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Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:11 min | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on This Morning with Gordon Deal

"Where they're already in place down there and then Cruz from Georgia, Mississippi, are expected in Montgomery today. Of course. The pandemic, though, has caused the pivot now on how they conduct their response efforts. Orestis in the end serving of the food. We have to make sure that we remain 6 ft. Away from everybody. Of course, everybody's cuts like planing. Everybody's wearing a mask. Red Cross says they aren't need, though of volunteers and cast donations right now. New information this morning on that tragic marina fire in Jackson County that killed eight people. It happened in January. The National Transportation Safety Board says the marina ignored several safety guidelines such as their annual electricity inspections and fire training. A fire started in one house boat that was tied to the dog. Investigators believe the fire started in its electrical panel. It quickly spread before the owner was able to put it out. Calhoun County Erode eight years in the making is nearly complete Iron Mountain Road at links Jacksonville and I 20 so it will cut across the former for McClellan Army Base. It already makes the connection for my 22 McClellan Industrial park. When finished, it will exit on the highway 21 the project again eight years in the making. Since the McClellan Development Authority cleared the path and they made a surprising discovery that made them change the course of bit. Upon clearing the path. We discovered some World War one era trenches, and because of that, we had to re establish the path in a different area because the historical significance of those trenches Well, the project is said to be done by the end of the year. Well, doctor, your baby has created this. Look at this. This is ah, There's something to help their in the cove. It 19 bow there. Dr Rubin Pilate created the transparent face mask. Now, unlike the other clear masse models you might see this one has a clear nose and chin barriers along with loops that secure around a person's ears. It allows the person to easily lift the mask without removing it entirely to eat or drink about this development. The Environmental Protection Agency has now approved Pine Sol is an effective cleaner in the fight against Cuba 19. They say Clorox's pine Sol original mostly service cleaner, and showed it can kill germs associated with the virus. The company says you should have leave the cleaner, though on a surface About 10 minutes before wiping it clean for effectiveness. I'm.

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Fresh "Clorox" from The Opening Bell

The Opening Bell

00:46 min | 57 min ago

Fresh "Clorox" from The Opening Bell

"This morning 47 in Valparaiso 58 right now at O'Hare midway and at the lakefront Your money on W G and the trading week is winding down. After a down day on Wall Street yesterday and Thursdays Closing Bell. The Dow ended afford trading Day win streak by falling 131 points. The SNP dropped 28. The NASDAQ gave up 140 points. Dow futures right now are down about 35 points. NASDAQ futures are up about 45 points S and P 500 futures are up about two points. Markets are mixed in Europe, with losses in London and Paris with gains in Frankfurt in Asia, the market day has ended with mixed results as well. The Nikkei the Hang sang the Shanghai all higher Markets in Singapore Lower Wal Mart is raising the wages of nearly 165,000 hourly employees. It comes with the move the company unveiled by adding new leadership positions and cross training opportunities. The chief operating officer of the company says the new programme will give workers more room for career and pay growth Employees will receive those races started in starting in October. Pine Sol has got the seal of approval for killing Corona virus on surfaces within just 10 minutes of cleaning, but it's not safe to drink. The cleaner was found effective against the virus on hard non purports surfaces after letting it stand for 10 minutes by third party lab. Clorox, which owns Pine Sol says there are no shortages of the cleaning product. Unlike others, such as Lysol. There are nearly 500 disinfectants on the list so far, but not all of them have been tested against Cove it and I'm Steve Grazie, Anna Jahn. Chicago's very own 7 20 w GM Decorative concrete is one of the fastest growing trends in home. Remodeling and concrete craft is the largest decorative concrete franchise in North America. With franchise opportunities available in your area. What really drew the concrete craft was low overhead. A small amount of team could get you to a pretty good revenue as seen on Extreme Makeover. Home Edition. You're not boring. Concrete. You're transforming ordinary concrete into extraordinary designs. Learn more at concrete craft dot com slash own..

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Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro

00:18 min | 9 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on Ben Shapiro

"Defender dot com One of the stars of the Netflix show cheer is facing child pornography charges, according to the criminal complaint filed in U. S. District Court 21 year old Cheer star Jeremiah Harris admitted to authorities he solicited and sent sexually explicit images to tend to 15 underage Children. The complaint focusing on his interactions with twin boys, who were allegedly 13 when he initially made contact in 2018, exchanging sexually explicit photos and videos via Snapchat through the summer of 2020. Where's allegedly telling authorities. He also had a sexual encounter with a 15 year old at a cheer competition in 2019, Ryan Burrow. ABC NEWS City Public schools will not reopen Monday for in person learning. A scheduled in person learning will now begin and phases over the next couple of weeks. Clorox wipes were still in short supply during the pandemic, so the EPA is adding to its list of cleaners that can kill the virus. They say Lab tests show original Pine Sol is effective against the virus on hard, non porous surfaces. Andy Field, ABC News The.

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Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

01:13 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "clorox" discussed on Lori and Julia

"Me laugh. I love your theme song, and people sing it to you out in the real world right it And that's the scariest part of all of it that Rocco has do because that was ah idea. I mean that That's a jingle that can follow you. I'm going to ride. Listen, I'm riding this way for a while. Excellent. Hey, I come to you today needing help. All right, So I I I'm trusting into my talk listeners and, ah, the fine minds in the studio today to guide me through the social situation I'm dealing with. So we were all wearing masks, and we know this And we know that the mass cover up your mouth and I'm a friendly guy. So what I'm walking out in about I like to smile at people, you know, just spread the joy, right? I'm used to smiling at people just to acknowledge walked by, you know, sometimes you just end up making eye contact with people with a smile hidden and I have started doing the most weird and uncomfortable stuff in an attempt. To try to acknowledge people, and I don't know if anybody else is having this problem, But I've started like doing this weird, like not of my head, you know, acknowledge them because obviously, I'm I guess. I just think my eyes aren't enough. And are you guys struggling? This too? Because it's just weird because I'm missing the smile. Well, I know. And I mean, we've got Holly posted today, Tyra Banks because she doesn't really have anything else to do. I guess giving amass my Zen lesson Did your very more on her talk show. Yeah, because But okay, So here's the thing. I think I think people on the East Coast when they do greetings with a nod, they not down people on the West Coast or maybe in the Midwest. Nod up. Yes, you head up, not down or but, you know, I'm from Pennsylvania. There you go. That's why so you're you're doing that also, you can do I like to do the elbow wave where you just can't go like that? Well, wait a minute. We saw that going doing here. But here's the weird thing is like so you know, sometimes you just like, make eye contact with people. Strangers who you're just out and about I was at the gym and there was a woman across the room, unlike the stair climber go into town, and we just locked eyes for some reason, And and I wanted to acknowledge her, and normally a smile would have done it right. Never reason. Not good, not I didn't do the nod, so but then I just straight up waved. And then that turned weird, because because she's a total stranger, and I thought, I think that she thinks that I thought that I knew were in my obviously didn't know her and it was and then the eyebrow lift might be too suggestive. Well, that's the thing and more don't what? I'm going to accidentally communicate in my attempt to be friendly, So I gotta navigate this. But, Laurie, you're the nod up kind of. Hey, you see that Zisson acknowledgement of hay and then you know if you're feeling real frisky, do your with your little chicken wing wave. I played that wins. This helps. Because I mean, I can't be the only one struggling with no, I mean, just like no, everybody, But here's a thing that happens, You know, in the motorcycle world when Okay. Goodbye. When more people are mortar site goes, you know you put your hand out. As a wave. You don't put it up. You put it out to the side, and it's just like it's just kind of a greeting, safe ride. I see you and I love that one. I just got my motorcycle. I was like, so taken your hand out. Will you just do it out to the side? You know when you see somebody in some people, but they have seen that it's just a greeting. But you're not putting that way because you don't want anyone to think it's a turn signal. It's sort of a thing. And so I just think not up for now down. I preferred not enough because it kind of looks more friendly. You do the finger flick where you're just kind of like when you're crossing the street and doing something like a car. You can just you know, Right? Wave your hand up. Anywhere. I just I've had an awkward greeting to anyone out there listening. I abolish it and we'll figure it out together. I think you can tell when people are smiling at you and I have even said no. I mean, I don't know. This could be a flirting technique for single people who I have just flat out said to people I know you can't see me right now. But I am smiling at you so hard because you look so cute or you've got a great all to say something if you're if you're close enough for that, I mean, Yeah. No, that's good. Excellent. Two little news things I want to bring to you ladies today. So in the in the attempt to be really, really clean. We want to clean our homes. We want to fight covert 19 some big news from the cleaner products world. Find Saul is officially approved as being successful in fighting and killing Cove in 19 on hard surface is good old fashioned. Fine. Saw, maybe cleaning person could have told you that That stuff is strong. Ooh. Yeah, well, I mean, I don't I don't know if I'm the only one. Holly laughed at me when I told her that the cafeteria today but I mean, it's totally brings back my childhood, you know? Not the lemon one. The original one original me back to wood paneling days growing up in the eighties. You know, just some nostalgia cuffs for you. I guess it is. It really takes me back. But yeah, So if you're struggling, and you can't find you know what you think you want, because it also out or something, Heyes. Clorox's company that owns pines or creates pine Sol. And they said that that has proven successful third party tests. They did it in the lab at work minutes of contact in a cold virus. So there you go. The news you can use on DH this one. I don't know how I feel. And I'd love to know what you're thinking. Would you sit through an advertisement? And the logistics of this are not clear. But would you wait through an advertisement or two? Every now and then? In orderto, lower your cell phone bill. I wouldn't. But I could see how people would. Yeah, I wouldn't either. There are other things where I can sit through ads, but not my phone. Yeah, He's saying that they'll try this out, maybe offering a lower Price cellphone plan. The CEO just kind of was just Ah, pontificating about the future and said that they're toying with the idea of offering at lower price plan. But then advertisements would somehow be delivered. And I could you imagine, like, if you're going to make a call, and then you dial in the number and you push, Go, and then you hear, like a toilet paper commercial first before your call connected? Yeah. Dollar ratio on that one wouldn't make sense. But I don't know. Maybe there would be people do that. Or maybe people I don't know. But like, yeah, like you said, if it's going to impede if you had to make a phone call right away. Well, it seems that at and T is only offering a discount of five or $10 like I will sit through this. If you're going to take make muff both phone bill free. If your people like more than 50%, then maybe let's talk and then maybe make sure that I get to pick out what I want to watch. Brother wise. We're not talking, right? I agree like that thinking, could you imagine if you were like having a conversation with your like, loved one or something? And then in the middle of it, it gets interrupted and listen to an ad again. They haven't worked out how this the ad would be delivered to you folks. But could you imagine if there was a Please hold for this sponsored Segments like it's bad enough that some of these like, I guess I can see why news sites you know, they really are trying to get people to, you know, subscribe and I have been describing to a couple like the Daily Beast and A couple of newspapers, But even just some of my good little gossip sites there just polluted with ads. I can't stand it daily. Nothing angers me more is more frustrating than when you want to watch that video. And there's like the car ad just keeps playing or whatever it is. I mean, I know it. Advertisements are the life blood of some of these sites, and and they certainly help us on the news on the TV side of things, But, boy, you just want to get to that video. And then the ad pops up. And it's like Ah, so I'm with you, Holly. I don't think five or 10 measly dollars on the bill. That is enough of a confession for sure. They probably really would like to do this. Oh, yeah, of course. I mean, my gosh. There are radio getting so much money from everybody for people's cell phones right now. And I think that the data plans and have the same cell phone number that you had from the very first. So yeah, Yeah. I have a Pennsylvania number and, yeah, you know, you do weird people out there like 717. Where's that? Holly? Do you in the same? No..

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How Sandy Chilewich Built Chilewich

How I Built This

04:22 min | 2 weeks ago

How Sandy Chilewich Built Chilewich

"Some of the most successful brands we've had on the show were incredibly simple ideas that didn't require much capital at all. Stacey Madison and a Sandwich Cart in downtown Boston at the end of the day, she'd cut up leftover pizza toasted in the oven and sell the chips in Baggies for a dollar eventually that became stacy's pita chips Lisa price wanted better skin cream. So she makes the shave butter and essential oils in her kitchen and pack them into baby food jars to sell at flea markets eventually that became Carol's daughter a line of Personal Care Products Kathleen, king baked chocolate chip cookies, and turn those into tate's bake. Shop. All three of these entrepreneurs used their most valuable asset, their own creativity. This was Sandy Chila, which is most valuable asset as well. Back in the late nineteen seventies in New York when the city was filled with struggling artists and squatters living in abandoned apartments, she and a neighbor decided to buy a few pairs of Chinese slippers and die them into different colors. That simple idea turned into a brand called Hugh and eventually they branched out into tights. After Sandy sold you. She launched in a second company called Chile each which is known for selling home products. Especially, place mats made from durable woven vinyl. Sandy grew up outside of New York and came from a family that had been in the leather goods business for generations. She says, she was pretty bad student. She went to Sarah Lawrence College, but ended up dropping out twice. So earn money she painted made sculptures and sold handmade jewelry. WHO's making a little bit from the jewelry one night a simple creative dewey yourself idea changed sandy's life. What happened is, is that emit I met a neighbor of mine in the loft building that I lived in in in New York City. So I'm living in Ohio it was. A factory building everybody was an artist in the building and one woman I who at that time she was an art teacher also doing some art but mostly teaching at her her name was Kathy Moscow or or. Was it Raza Moscow Moscow, Moscow and one evening we were together. We were Khalip tipsy drinking wine and I think we were in her loft and we were looking in her closet shoes and at that time all young downtown women what they would wear every day were cotton canvas shoes that we bought in Chinatown they were black and they were like really thin sole rubber back and that was cheap chic and. Like the flat shoes like flat yeah. Flat Jerry. Only Very Mary Jane's and they were three thousand, ninety, nine cents in Chinatown and we thought I don't know. How we thought this just occurred to us because we're both have our creative. We wondered like, why doesn't anybody make these colors and that night we one of us have clorox I had Ridi- and we bleached out the black it actually came out and we over died them okay and they look pretty great. You just thought we'll make them ourselves or friends or whatever. Yeah. Well, this'll be fun I. Don't know why I think sometimes, you just do it because it's fun to do it. So so we went we got more of them and we died a bunch of them and then we had building meeting in my loft or her loft. I can't remember and we had all the shoes out and everybody in the building they all said Oh, my God, what did you get? These are amazing this. So. Just died Mary Jane's because it seems so simple simple thing. Well, this is a time seriously were things were not available in a lot of colors this was before or around the same time that for the first time get t shirt and twelve colors like canal genes, which was one of the forerunners of this was just a couple of blocks away from us where you would get t-shirts that people would die at home and then sell because you couldn't get it t shirt in a hail teal

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Clorox Wipes Shortage Might Last Until 2021

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:39 sec | Last month

Clorox Wipes Shortage Might Last Until 2021

"Cleaning products maker says it's probably won't be meeting the demands for disinfecting wipes until next year. CEO of Clorox On Tuesday blamed the shortage on a six fold surgeon demand since the Corona virus outbreak began. The executive said it's hard to quickly scale a production of wipes because supply chain for materials to make them is apparently very complex. It has been my My Maginot line. This search for Clorox Unicorn here searching for you. Yes. And I am a failure. A failure. I have fallen before the Clorox.

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Clorox says disinfectant wipes shortage may last until 2021

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | Last month

Clorox says disinfectant wipes shortage may last until 2021

"The world's largest cleaning products maker, is struggling with overwhelming demand. Clorox of Oakland says it's been unable to keep up with the sixfold increase in demand for many of its disinfectants, including wipes. Clorox CEO Benno Dora said that the entire supply chain is stressed, and it may take until next year to be

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Clorox says shortage of disinfectant wipes to last until 2021

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | Last month

Clorox says shortage of disinfectant wipes to last until 2021

"And Clorox says it won't produce enough disinfecting wipes to keep stores fully stocked until next year. The company CEO says demand for Clorox cleaning products is six times higher than it was before the pandemic. He says One problem with production is that the wipes are made from a material that also is used to make pee pees like mass and

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"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

07:10 min | Last month

"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Was discouraging even if it was conservative and that's why the stock tumbled two percent we take a closer look what by talking about door, he's the corpse chairman and now outgoing CEO Better sense of the and wears companies headed Ben Welcome back to money. Thank you. Well first before we get into the formal part about clorox I, just want to congratulate you for great run. Very few people finish on top. You decided to do that. I know you've got great things. You WanNa do in your life and you have a terrific successor who why are the good fortune of meeting Linda Randall. So I think you're leaving the company. Great Hands. Assure hopes up. First of all it's been a great honor and privilege to be CEO is great company and it's a good time for a tradition which was. Stategic and well-planned long-term We have so much momentum on the business. We have a strategy that we believe in, and as you know, we have a great successor. Importantly, we want to continue to play offense and we want to take a long-term view of this digital opportunity that we have now, and for that, it's a really great opportunity and things you have to have a CEO at the helm who has a long runway at ever now I think. There was way too much attention and people at home. There's a conference call that goes on and most people were focused on the forecast. I'm not nearly supposed to them forecast because we are moment begnaud rack detail I have no idea with it'll cure this thing or not cured but I do want to talk about is the tremendous energy that you brought and the new formation of the different divisions and what it means because as far as I can see. Like, say the last question it's everything from Kingsford to your salad dressings to your litter box to the bags, and of course, to the two year on probiotics there really wasn't a division besides quarks wasn't on fire. What's create about this last quarter with a twenty four percents, organic sales growth, and this is fiscal year which just close with ten percent sales growth, which by the way is the highest organic sales growth we have have in modern history, is that all four segments double digits so we're seeing broad based strength and it certainly in part of functional fact that all products and brands are serving so many more consumers today in the. Face of the pandemic and people staying at home. But we also are seeing much improved quite health fundamentals. We're seeing growing market shares we are seeing growing household penetration. We are seeing a percentage of our own folio that is seen as superior in value by consumers at an all time high. So this is a time when consumers are in need of brands that they trust and as a Clark's company, we have so many of these. When I see the different surveys which talk about the trust and we had atom our on from AMC I knew people very well. Very, well, they chose Clorox to partner with and I know why they did it because. We feel safe and that is a great honour. How did this come about? Yeah they came to us because they know that we have. Not just the most trusted brand in cleaning and disinfecting in the United States. But we also have unique technology and we have a lot of knowledge from being in this business for many years about cleaning and disinfecting articles that I effective. So this is an emerging strategy for us to help a country reopen whenever hopefully we are ready to fully commit ourselves doing that we need cleaning and disinfecting protocols in public spaces keep people safe and protected, and importantly we need people to feel confidence that they can come back out and that's where we can make A. Difference and the partnership we've had we we were United Airlines, AMC theaters, and recently also the Cleveland Clinic attributed to that. Now to me the Cleveland Clinic was a sign that your company is now about hygiene and good health and the height hygiene is in secular increase not cyclical. So I separate hygiene from recession and you talked about what happened recession although I think as you said, trusted brands gain recession but I think your company's reposition on the fly and it didn't necessarily start out as a hygiene company but your reign ended with corks as a hygiene company. You ever certainly a health and wellness company at hard. It is a big part of our history and it certainly is a big part of our future. As I. Think About the growth opportunity that we have is to help Serve the public in the face of the pandemic. But certainly also well past that, we expect that consumers and is usual customers will engage with disinfecting products in much more significant ways for baby a long time, and that's why we're investing One of the things that led to you know an outlook for this coming fiscal year that some people viewed to be as conservative review to be as appropriately balanced in the face of uncertainty is aggressive stance to investigate. We are investing in advertising sales promotion to engage with consumers reinvesting in building capacity to take advantage of growth opportunities around the world around cleaning and. Disinfecting and we're investing in our people and business transformation. This is time for business to play offense, and that's exactly what we will. Now I noticed in Linda's back on your sessions background she has a lot of international and I know that she also worked at procter, which is an international company like you to me I was thinking the corks brand resonates more internationally. We I spoke to the people the other day and I'm thinking Las Okay brand clorox premiere brand. It's gotta be the same in Europe they view it that way but that's expensive to take over Europe and you gotta take them on. We are known to be very disciplined when it comes to making expansion decisions and. We all know Linda that's not gonNA change at all. So we have so much growth opportunity here in the United States and that will be our focus. Going forward. But it has made sure that we also are looking at a lot of growth opportunities internationally that's Europe or Asia or in the Middle East just announced that were taking over a majority in a joint venture that we had for the last fifty years in Saudi Arabia giving us an opportunity to serve. Consumers in the Gulf region with our cleaning disinfecting products in more aggressive. so we will pursue these opportunities, but again, we will pursue them with discipline Ben, do you think your legacy is the fact that you're the first CEO of major company that I've I've met who put more emphasis on on compensation on doing the right thing for the planet. Don't want else doing that I think they're starting to do it and.

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Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission

KNX Evening News

04:38 min | Last month

Aboard the Diamond Princess, a Case Study in Aerosol Transmission

"The diamond Princess cruise ship turned out to be a bit of a canary in the coal mine for the Corona virus outbreak back in late January 1 infected passenger boarded the ship. A month later, over 700 passengers were sick with covert 19. Others new research out today on how the virus spreads like wildfire across ships like this, and it serves as a major warning for how the virus transmits in everyday setting statement settings that were in like Charles and I in this office building. Dr. Joseph Allen is the director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard, JJ Chan School of Public Health. Co author of the A Diamond franchise study. Dr Ellen. Thanks for joining us on connects in death First of all tell, Tell us about about your research and what we should know people like myself. People like Charles People who are are in situations where this virus can spread. Yeah. Thanks for having me on on. You described it perfectly carrying a coal mine. It caught our attention rightfully early on in this pandemic and should have been an early warning of just how easily this virus spread. If you recall, there were several 1000 people. On the cruise ship, and almost 20% of them got infected. That was even after a lock down. What we did with our study really was used that as a really A perfect experiment. Unfortunately, was an experiment in a bottle. With everything so controlled so well defined. We could really understand how this virus is transmitted and start to quantify it for the first time. With some depth and what we learned is this Airborne transmission. The longer range airborne transmission mean around a room. It is contributing a significant portion of the spread of this virus. Now. This is just trying to get some attention from one of the 239 scientists wrote a letter of the W H O a couple weeks ago. This made headlines that airborne transmission is happening despite CDC. W ll be reluctant to acknowledge its happening. This new shut study shows it's happening. It makes it a big part of the spread, and it has obvious implications for opposite schools and every other Setting. We spend our time indoors and okay, So let's talk about what that translates to in terms of what offices and schools and buildings need to do. As you know most modern buildings. You can't open windows and that was designed years ago to be more energy efficient. So you can't open the window unless you want to throw a chair through it. So what are we supposed to do? That's a good question. So first keep doing the controls that we know what working in Washington absolutely, where mask that helps us all forms of transmission as well. And social distancing is good day one that we need to do more of it. Fewer people pay attention to is bringing in more fresh outdoor air. We're bringing ventilation. So if you do have operable windows, you open him up. Facilitate the movement of air coming in there with the fan the window If you're in a building that has airconditioning on H B C system mechanical system, you want to talk to the building owner get more fresh outdoor air coming in through that system. Any air that's were circulated. Must go three. Merv 13 filter or better? MDRV. Usually they use a murdered eight U Want to murder 13? And you could think about supplementing that in schools Homes office with a portable air cleaner with HEPA filter, the kind you'd buy it, you know, Home Depot, our target or Wal Mart er online. Yeah, but here's the thing, But But But here's the thing, Doctor. Ah, Just to take. You know, Christmas talking like we're in the studio here. So you know, I'm looking. We've got all kinds of stuff. We got Purell. We've got Clorox. We've got Germany. We've got you name it. We've got all kinds of things to scrub surfaces. Uh, but for companies to come in and put in new ventilation systems and new filtering systems That's a lot more money than getting a canister of wipes. Well, look, I mean, the reality is that it's important to wash your hands. Do all that. But the majority of your exposures coming through other means you're gonna have to wear a mask that's not expensive. And the recommendations we've been giving in February not to go in and replace your system or spend $1,000,000 on some new fancy control system is really getting down to the basics here. Your existing system can bring in more air than it's doing. You have a you have a filter on the recirculated air Get a better one. A portable air cleaner's $200. You guys should have one in your studio right now. So I'm not talking about expensive multi $1,000,000 upgrades take many months. You could have your space performing a lot better. In the next 30 minutes. If you want to plug in a portable air cleaner with the mask on, get the ventilation going a bit better. So it's a misnomer that this has to be expensive or time consuming to fix being in office school dental office, you name it. Dr Joseph Allen, director of the Healthy Buildings Program at Harvard's Chance School of Public Health. Dr Alan Thank

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Disney World Reopens With Masks and Without Lines

KCBS Radio Weekend News

04:23 min | 2 months ago

Disney World Reopens With Masks and Without Lines

"Disney Close its gates to parks around the world back in March due to the Corona virus, it brought heartbreak to dedicated fans in park goers. But Disney World in Orlando is now open. Brooks Barnes is a New York Times reporter. He writes about this in the paper and is there today he joins us on the case. CBS RING Central News Line to tell us more about it. Hey, Brooks. Hey there. How are you? Good. I well, you're in a theme park. You're probably doing great. So tell us what are the crowd's like I just left have been there since early this morning. It was strange to see this park, which is usually Gridlocks with strollers, and they'll bow down bow sort of surreal. It was You know, plazas were sort of empty. It. Definitely. There were definitely people there, but it's not feel crowded at all. You know, you mentioned the surreal feeling. I was with my family in Los Angeles for a week of Disneyland during 9 11 and on 9 11 the park was closed. But the next day we went back to Disneyland. We didn't know what else to do Little kids, and it's a very surreal, weird experience. So is that sort of the field? Definitely outside the park in Orlando. You really feel the the pandemic the way you know things were closed. When you normally come to Disney world. There's sort of this energy hotels are bursting at the seams. You drive by now to the park and, you know, hotel there sort of sitting empty. Inside, you know, Adding to this weird feeling is, you know should be even be here. You know? Is it safe? Yes, Disney says it is They're all sorts of protocols they put into place limited capacity. Everyone has to wear a mask. Your temperature taken. But you know they're things that sort of come up against each other. It's jarring Tio suddenly go inside and feel of the You know the happiness. The happy Disney way. So when you went in, they take her temperature with the forehead thing and, yes, And then then what else do they do As you come into the park, did they give you special instructions? So you can no longer buy a ticket, You know, Decide that morning. You're going to come. You have to have a reservations are calling it their rolled out a new system and that way they can. Lim Attendance. It didn't seem so great this morning in terms of when everyone kind of showed up at once, which led to some crowding, but inside the park, so once you get there you have your reservation. To take your temperature, which went really smoothly. And then inside. You'll notice that all of the employees are wearing masks on and face shield. So you know, it takes you out of the experience for sure. You realize. Oh, wait. You know people are Are, you know, putting themselves at risk, but everyone that I talked to both employees and cap and guest. Said that they felt they felt safe. I talked to a lot of them and I was I was sceptical, to be honest now on the rides on the roller coasters, etcetera. Are you not supposed to scream or did are they seating people for a party? Sure, you know they have not gone as far as saying Don't scream is I think they did in a park in Japan, but Yes. They're feeding you every other row. You're still wearing your mask. If you're if you're coming down a little bit below your nose, you know someone kind of approaching you. At a distance, but saying, Hey, can you please put that over your mouth and nose? This is very you know, stringent, almost militaristic in its park operation, And at a moment like this, I appreciated that I felt Hey. With my I had my mask. My Clorox wipes, you know the huge thing of hand sanitizer, but it's definitely not for everybody.

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Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

Amazon Launches Space Push to Drive Cloud-Computing Growth; Adidas, Ford, Clorox Join Facebook Ad Boycott

"Says major users of its cloud computing services. Hoping to benefit from rising government spending and private investment. The Wall Street Journal says the move by Amazon Web services comes during a multiyear surge in U. S military and civilian agencies spending on space projects. Ford, Pepsico, Clorox, HP, Adidas and Microsoft, the latest blue chip companies to join the growing advertising boycotting Facebook and its Instagram unit over its failure to deal with hate speech and misinformation on its platform. Over 280 companies have now joined the boycott. And that's your money now. Jennifer Gosh. Inca Comeau

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Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Facebook Sees Growing Ad Boycott in Protest Against Handling of Speech

"Ads from social media. Adidas is the latest company to pause its advertising on Facebook with company and it's Reebok subsidiary will suspend ads on Facebook and Instagram through July. Same for Denny's Ford and Best Buy. Clorox and ConAgra are among others taking action on ads through the end of the year. Some companies say it's to pressure Facebook to doom or to stop the spread of hate speech and misinformation. Part of the hashtag stop Hate for profit. Others say it's part of an overall effort to reviews, Social Media presence. Steve

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3 Signs of Deviant Benzo Prescribing

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:39 min | 3 months ago

3 Signs of Deviant Benzo Prescribing

"A group of French psychiatrist released two papers this month that looked at how often physicians prescribe benzodiazepines and hypnotic in ways that deviate from the guidelines. The result twenty to thirty percent of those prescriptions deviated, and the rate was even higher in chronic medical and psychiatric disorders, forty five to sixty eight percent. But what I found most useful in this paper was the definition of deviation based it on French guidelines, and whether you agree with them or not. I think it's aluminum for all of us to think about these guidelines, and how often were off the mark? Here are three qualities of deviant benzoate prescribing. One duration prescribing benzoate for longer than one month when used for sleep or longer than three months when used for anxiety. To half-life prescribing benzes with a half life longer than twenty hours in people who are over aged seventy, five or people who are over aged, sixty five, and have two or more active medical problems. Or over age, sixty five and taking five or more medications, so which bends does have a long half-life that would be die as a Pam Valium Kloner Pamplona. Pin Arousa. transgene clorox supplied librium, one of the longest half-lives quasi-penal Doro and arguably praise lamb xanax. Three, prescribing, two or more ben does at the same time. So how justified these guidelines! I agree with the one about the long half-life those do increase the risk of falls memory problems as well as the overdose risk when used with opioids, a short half life benzoate like Morozov Pam Outta van to Mazza, Pam restaurant will or one of the safest oxy's Pam Sarah is preferable particularly in the elderly, and while short term use of benzodiazepines ideal. There's at least one disorder where long term use. Use is acceptable. That's panic disorder panic. Disorder is where Benzodiazepines have the best evidence and two are FDA approved there. Unfortunately, they kind of have a long half Life Plaza Pam and I'll praise lamb, generalized anxiety, disorder and social anxiety disorder are close seconds when it comes to the best evidence for using benzes in anxiety disorders. They are controversial in PTSD and they don't work in OCD. Which is no longer classified as an anxiety disorder.

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"clorox" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:12 min | 4 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on KGO 810

"One thousand eight hundred seven three seven two four seven four that is our number we got a question that is a taxed from Beth she wants to know whether spraying Lysol on her air filters would harm anything in her house these are her furnace filters Lysol well interestingly I think if you remove the filter brave the filter allow it to evaporate and then put it back in I don't think the Lysol would hurt anything and Lysol is one of those disinfectants that the environmental protection agency has said is effective against in this particular threat I think there's a possibility that the filter could be full of of debris and might be after you spray it might be wise to vacuum it it might be might set the debris I doubt it I doubt it vacuum it before you spread if you don't have to have them back then you're just spreading it I would let it let it dry and vacuum it up all it is particles of hair and dirt you're not mixing water and flour the environmental protection agency has a list they have compiled via registered disinfectants that will work against the virus a Clorox multi surface cleaner and bleach that's a product Clorox disinfecting wipes Lysol brand heavy duty cleaner disinfectant concentrate Lysol disinfectant Max cover mist your L. professional surface disinfectant wipes sandy prime German side there is a full list by the way at E. P. A. dot gov and we'll posted at our website around the house dot com and the list over two hundred and eighty five products lots of and lots that you would recognize.

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"clorox" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:37 min | 4 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Know Clorox white down stout you know things that difficult to wipe down our areas are we going to be able to have the hand sanitizer are they going to provide that for us you know those that I can actually sit more than six feet across from each other in a studio yes you know again and so we have been able to do that but I they I would have the same questions just like a baseball player what happens we don't you know traveled together and things like that but yeah what I would have questions about what why they deem it safe especially in New York City right now which is still under shot them yeah it's still under shut down to the middle part of the month of June and you know as it's been you know I think the the morning show boomer geo talked about the other day you know right now you know where would I go back to the studio for quite some time so well that's already been decided but if it was deemed safe in the safety protocols were put in place and you're comfortable with it yeah of course I mean you know Maggie and I I you know love doing our jobs and we love doing the show together we'll do imitations you're on the fence so you know we ball in but certainly the the same safety protocols we talk about everything else is going to be there I mean that's that's it I mean what we're doing our show you gotta remember their people and they go into the control room they're basically cleaning everything top to bottom each and every day you know whoever whether P. Manzo make monocle yeah I have to step out of the studio at some point in time while everything gets cleaned down here where men so there's different things that's going on certainly your safety is you know and coms number one priority our stations number one priority and keeping us all safety and obviously play keeping us all safe and and healthy and prevent them the spread of covert nineteenth and they've done a fantastic job so as long as you know everyone feel safe yeah of course I mean we we all would like to be back in the studio which is right now you know that's not that's not what we're looking at wanting to wrap up before you get to Vincent Jackson here commercial breaks right in baseball two minutes five seconds for most regular season games to twenty five for nationally televised regular season games two fifty five for postseason game so if you're doing two fifty five for the post season Maggie could you bump up regular season and go back to where it was before because I think it used to be two thirty five and they shave thirty seconds off to try and speed the game up could you go back to the old model the baseball returns this year to try and generate more revenue and try yeah of course I think there was a a good point that was blown apart caller Greg earlier in the hour get chat with Vincent Jackson pro bowler former NFL wide receiver to get his thoughts on rivers the box and everything in the NFL going on right now hold join us next Moussa Maggie on this Thursday midday right.

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Behind The Scenes With Documented

Latino USA

08:55 min | 4 months ago

Behind The Scenes With Documented

"Magazine. Welcome to let USA thank you. It's nice to be here. Thanks for having us all right. So tell me how you get started with this idea to basically observe every single minute of the immigration court system so people would say that they would never let you in but you guys actually did it. So what was your aim? And why did you do it Max so we had been covering immigration courts since we started publishing which was in the summer of twenty eighteen and we had watched since Jeff sessions was attorney general back then and we had watched him issue policy decision after policy decision that had serious detrimental impact to the people who are passing through the Court System? And we knew this through data and we knew it anecdotally generally harder to ask for asylum and just being the court system. So what we didn't know is what it looked like and immigration court is very different from federal or state courts. You know. It's very closed off their court records accessible to the public. Even court hearings are hard to get into. So there's no real way of sort of opening up the hood and looking inside so we knew what happened and a statistical level but what we didn't know is what it looked looked like and what it felt like and what it was just like to be a person passing through and when you can take us back to that first week and that first day was there something that surprised you that first day. Muslim while the funny actually the first day the immigration calls were closed because of a snowstorm so they we showed up and there were dozens of people waiting outside with no idea why the costs have been closed. What is meant for their hearings People some people you know travel from Long Island and all over the state to come to these hearings to be there eight. Am You know sometimes waking up at four in the morning only so arrive and find out that the the hearing that they've been waiting for for years it's been rescheduled so that was a very good indication of the kind of chaos that The the reports were about. We're going to see over the coming weeks. So this is a pretty massive process right and there are in fact hearings hundreds of hearings a day. So what were the specific things that your reporters were looking for tracking tracking so we would tracking a number of different things For each hearing the court reporters collected the basic information. Yeah the name date of birth. The judge's name Damn Immigration Chinese name the Ice Attorney's name but then they are other factors like did they even have in. Its know we witness a number of immigrants who on represented in the hearings. And we know that that can have huge ramifications for their cases for detained hearings. We also wanted a monitor what it was like for Immigrants who are being video teleconference then one of the things that the trump administration's us a lot more than previous administrations is video teleconferencing of immigrants. Who are in jail and that technology causes a number of issues And there's been a law of malfunctions often leads immigrants spending longer in detention and then we mark the number of the major decisions attorney. General Jeff sessions made during that time making it so the People who are victims of gang violence and domestic violence could no longer use as grounds for asylum. You know changing the ways in which judges could manage their courtrooms preventing them from delaying hearings or terminating hearings or closing hearings. They thought were going on necessarily so we try to track all of those different things and see how they were coming together. Talk to us about how you figured out the issue of access and I'm wondering were there challenges from court officials. When they saw that you were in their courtroom Max. Yes so if the person whose case it is says you're allowed to be in there then it's okay but from the beginning they face just an immense amount of pushback from everyone from immigration judges to ice attorneys. People would do things like the ice attorneys would say to the immigrants. Are you really sure you want all the details of your case broadcast on the Internet and just sort of hammer at that point over and over and over until the person was just like no actually? I don't want you in here. Sometimes some of our reporters would get singled out by ice attorneys by specific ones. You know there was one who would follow our reporters out into the hallway and sort of like a cost them outside of the courtroom but all of our reporters were extremely tough and they just kept going back so all of this work. All of this reporting all of these collection of data and stories It's a lot to sum up. But what would you say are some of the main takeaways that you had when you entered the project? Yeah I just say the New York court historically was was a lot friendlier the immigration call system as a whole. Maybe not but the New York going particular. The judges the work that the system in place. You Know New York because one of the only cities in the country that has a public defender system for immigrants. This is unprecedented. Pretty much all around the country But that system and so many other systems that are in place neil to make them more equitable and and More similar guests the kind of due process rights that you might get an a criminal call which just piece by piece dismantled over the course of three years And it was pretty stunning to see that play out. And and the impact of that hat on on a number of immigrants cases in lives. And this didn't just happen overnight. You know it was a very concerted effort on the behalf of the Department of Justice to make all of these little incremental changes in policy and legal decisions that have amounted to this and now with cove nineteen and this pandemic and New York being the epicenter. The immigration system and the asylum system in many ways has just grown to a complete and total halt. The Department of Justice has halted all hearings for non detained immigrants. They continue to have hearings for those who are currently detained. So can you tell us what about those hearings and our courts able to make this happen with concerns about Cova nineteen spreading? Yeah it's It's a really fascinating time What's happening right now in the immigration calls because this unprecedented alliance is formed between three groups. That rally together on anything so immigration judges immigration lawyers and prosecutors. Who WORKED FOR ICE? Have all come together in this unified front to call on the Justice Department which oversees the immigration courts to shut them down during the pandemic And they've all come together because quite frankly they're scared for their lives. I don't think there's ever been a moment where they worked closely despite this the DOJ insisted on keeping immigration court hearings as you said going for immigrants who are in detention. You know that even includes children who are in shelters as while they also have to pay for their gracious hearings you know. I spoke to in a tiny. He said that she represents children. She went into twenty-six Federal Plaza during the pandemic With a group of children who had the hearing that day and the cost office literally spraying clorox into the air and some sort of way to try and disinfects the environment you know there is not really adequate protections or safety is put in place for the staff that have worked there and a number of course. Staffers have contracted covered nineteen. You know they've been caught closures because courts office have tested positive for the virus the DOJ has now taken up the policy of tweeting out eleven pm the night before to let people know that the court will be closed because somebody has tested positive and then reopening at a few days later with very little

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Alec Baldwin returns as President Trump in 'SNL' opener

Perspectives

00:34 sec | 4 months ago

Alec Baldwin returns as President Trump in 'SNL' opener

"Story Alec Baldwin returned as president trump on last night's home edition of Saturday Night Live Jim Forbes has more Baldwin's trump gave the keynote speech for the graduating high school class of co bid nineteen you're actually lucky to be graduating right now there are so many exciting new jobs out there like grocery store bouncer porch pirate damage your numbers Baldwin's trump also called himself the valedictory Eder and jog from a bottle of Clorox calling it invincibility juice the at home episode with the finality of SNL's forty

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"clorox" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Should think about them and getting out of this. The joy of the Party a had when finally we can exit the six foot Social distancing rules. And you know embrace hold hands whatever we need to do to celebrate Eid. Rejoice getting out of This this auto pandemic over the last few weeks on the lighter note and as champion out just a second Something I thought about talking about the elevator a few minutes ago. All trading up the status to the summit of your work building in have that caveat going to look at something I'd like to possibly invent maybe copyright and patent is. I think we every building now needs at extra-long fireman's pole inserted outside of the building for everybody to the end of the day for the fit ones. They can climb up the damn thing for the you know probably more rotund members such as myself they can slide down at the end of the day a lot of time and what. I recommend is a long funds. Poll for the top of the building to the bottom and everybody has clorox gloves. So there's a slide down the pole the disinfecting poll on the way down and I think it would be a fantastic thing for clorox probably and also for people who need to get out in evening and get home anyway. Ladies Amanda Pieces. It's been wonderful as always this chappie the Butler signing off on a beautiful sunny day Here in Colorado. Thank you very much for this thing and I look forward to seeing and hearing you again soon charrier..

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Why Clorox Wipes Are Still So Hard to Find

WBZ Afternoon News

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Why Clorox Wipes Are Still So Hard to Find

"It now the Clorox is ramping up production of its disinfecting wipes Clorox CEO Benno door telling NBC's today show that the wiped out and wiped out by a five percent rise in demand in some cases we sold as much in one week as we normally sell in one month Clorox is hoping to have those wipes back on the shelf by this

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"clorox" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:41 min | 4 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

"By bare shelves. This will be a welcome sight. Clorox factories working overtime to meet a five hundred percent spike in demand. In some cases we sold as much in one week as we normally sell in one month. We are completely uncharted territory. And we're in catch up mode than door or is the CEO of Clorox. Will people be able to go to the stores and find products in stock on the Shell? We know that right now. We cannot make enough products for everybody. We think we will be in a substantially better shape by the summer June July. Or is that what you're thinking we're ramping up supply components however is the consumer demand and that today is outside our control. The company says it increased production of disinfectants by forty percent. But that's still not enough. We are shipping products stores every single day. Whether that's physical stores online stores. But they're gone pretty much right. Wendy arrive our cameras. Were not allowed inside clorox facilities because of health and safety concerns but the company shared this video with NBC News. A rare look inside. Its largest. Factory churning out giant bleach drums. That can clean fourteen thousand hospital rooms each and the wipes and sprays that we all use at home while clorox is ramping up production. They say that the safety of their nearly nine thousand employees is the priority so they're making changes at factories like this one including staggered breaks face and temperature checks. Do you consider your employees critical frontline workers to yes we do. Jessica Mathews one of them responsible for making sure. The trucks are loaded. You really see how valuable really.

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Clorox sees 500 percent increase in demand for disinfectants as it ramps up production

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:37 min | 4 months ago

Clorox sees 500 percent increase in demand for disinfectants as it ramps up production

"Clorox factories working overtime to meet a five hundred percent spike in demand. In some cases we sold as much in one week as we normally sell in one month. We are completely uncharted territory. And we're in catch up mode than door or is the CEO of Clorox. Will people be able to go to the stores and find products in stock on the Shell? We know that right now. We cannot make enough products for everybody. We think we will be in a substantially better shape by the summer June July. Or is that what you're thinking we're ramping up supply components however is the consumer demand and that today is outside our control. The company says it increased production of disinfectants by forty percent. But that's still not enough. We are shipping products stores every single day. Whether that's physical stores online stores. But they're gone pretty much right. Wendy arrive our cameras. Were not allowed inside clorox facilities because of health and safety concerns but the company shared this video with NBC News. A rare look inside. Its largest. Factory churning out giant bleach drums. That can clean fourteen thousand hospital rooms each and the wipes and sprays that we all use at home while clorox is ramping up production. They say that the safety of their nearly nine thousand employees is the priority so they're making changes at factories like this one including staggered breaks face and temperature checks. Do you consider your employees critical frontline workers to yes we do. Jessica Mathews one of them responsible for making sure. The trucks are loaded. You really see how valuable really

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Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

Rush Limbaugh

14:05 min | 4 months ago

Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

"Again just to repeat I had to run through some things pretty quickly Germany is re opening all of its shops and allowing soccer Italy Spain and France have eased their lock downs after the hot spots in those countries have now seen a record low number of coronavirus cases something that my my point is that lockdowns are being lifted all over the world not just here in the in the United States and there is mounting pressure to keep states close to keep the lockdown on and in place in the United States primarily in Democrat run states and we all know what the reason for this is there is an ongoing effort to **** the American economic recovery if you want to call it that whatever the renewed economic activity is and it's it's breathtaking to behold it really has a people talk about we got across the aisle we gotta show people that we can work together we gotta have demonstrated that we can make sure the government can work and we we can't even unified on a pandemic we're not it does not actually does surprise me at all because I know Eric and laughed I know the backwards and forwards I know today's Democrat party and I and I know what their political objectives are I'm just telling you they don't care capitalism is taking a hit that's in fact there's some of the some things happening in this in this situation that they have been secretly hoping would happen some day somehow main socialist by design don't like capitalism they've been looking for ways to damage and destroy it this thing is come along it's a godsend to many people on the left and so your your your if you if you have people who consider the United States is the problem in the world because the United States is too big it's too big a superpower it's too big economically it's just not fair something like this comes along and can cut the United States down to size twenty people in this country most of the Democrat party who are all for it I don't believe me I don't but it it it may be something you don't want to just take a look at where states are shut down I will continue to be shut down where governors don't want to open them up ask what party they're in and ask what could the reasons for this continued lockdown and the continued destruction of people's economic fortunes and watch what could that be about what purpose does it serve because believe me it serves a purpose keeping a state walk down keeping people in financial ruin with no opportunity to go back to work it does serve a particular political objective and that objective of course beating Donald Trump in November it sounds simplistic to some of you but it is the case I was reading I mentioned earlier in the program you can guardian is a column here my somebody named Francine prose I never heard of her I don't even know she's a real person is a sort of name or whatever but the piece is entitled what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion the some heavy is while the nation grieves the US president has spent less than five minutes expressing compassion for those who are suffering we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if a humane competent well informed adult was making the decisions that affect us all now that intrigues me because I want to ask you just just point blank take everything that's happening and leave it in place everything that has happened everything that is happening and what you think the immediate future all the words do you think Major League Baseball will play this season do you think the NFL will kick off with fans in the stands whatever you think yes fine if you think you know whatever whatever you think of the current circumstances would you be thinking differently would you be less worried if somebody we're in the White House expressing compassion for people who are stuck when it change your attitude about any of this what are you against compassion all I'm not against conventional put words in my mouth I'm asking what good does it do in the context of what we're talking about here what by the way that what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion where has it been established that is heartless so there's a there's a gigantic presumption this whole thing off which is companies are heartless SOB about Americans know it and trump needs to get their forgiveness quick because trump is making this worse trump is making those wars because he doesn't have any compassion for the people suffering the nation is grieving now what is trump doing what do you define compassion a whole bunch of different ways but can optimism being compassion I know that trump refuses they get caught up in pessimism he doesn't like it he doesn't want to be identified with it he want he doesn't he doesn't want to be involved in things that create panic so trump well often times be optimistic because he thinks that's far more productive and far more helpful for people then just sit there and wring his hands together and talk about how sandy is because there are certain things that you just assume nobody is happy with the number of people who have died here nobody is happy with the number of people are sick should you have to save that for people to understand that about you what we give you an example this happened when I was out you remember the brouhaha that erupted after trump at one of the briefings talked about the possibility of injecting Clorox or whatever was you remember the outrage over this you remember people talking about how dumb and stupid all my god how embarrassing trump actually all dirty looked at the score of queen and he's asking her to confirm they could someday shook people up with Marshall it's dangerous this guy is an absolute these stupid people were saying now what happened what happened is the trump was briefed on some news that was announced who who's the guy who was the what department wasn't wasn't FEMA somebody made an announcement at that briefing that they had discovered the virus doesn't do well in high temperatures it doesn't do well on services it lasts thirty seconds with disinfectant Clorox whatever it was well trump had been briefed on all that a mere couple of minutes before the briefing and start I don't believe Donald Trump actually thinks or thought or to shoot anybody up what Y. sol rocks what Donald Trump is is I can do what kind of person and if he here is that this virus is wiped out in thirty seconds with exposure to whatever it was Clorox then his mind is going okay so how do we apply that and he thinks out loud how do we apply that if that if that kills it then how do we apply that to people who have a deep thanks out loud he's not literally thinking of shooting people up with one of these disinfectants are and yet the assumption was that he was thinking that the assumption was that he saw store but any such a fool that he literally want to go grab a patient and get a syringe and put some parts in there and have doctor works should the person up in sap the virus he's not and yet everybody reacted to it as though he is that stupid the is that heart was that he is that I have encountered that side of Donald Trump won the day all of the state of the union and which Catherine I were his gas and I got the presidential medal of freedom you would not believe what all had to happen for me to get to Washington that day and none of it what happened were it not for him making it happen things that you would say are impossible to get done in two hours or three cannot do he did it all he's just he's a can do kind of person he doesn't have no aunt or something negative in his it is make up so we goes about these briefings yeah the briefer was the homeland security undersecretary for science in fact the bill Ryan was built brand came out told everybody what happened to the virus in high humidity and high temperatures and certain kinds of disinfectants and so forth all Donald Trump as a problem solver and he likes to encourage people he likes to inspire people he likes to get people moving and he does think things that a lot of people that can't be done candy any doesn't just sit there one second if he's dealing with somebody who thinks something can't be done he's going to try to tell it can the mistake here was to do this impromptu ad libbing in front of cameras but I guarantee you that had the cameras not been there had trouble learn this so he would have been asking the boys are some way we can apply this is there some way we can take what you've just learned here and apply it to the way we're treating people with the virus he doesnt mean shut him up with this impact of poison is there something to learn here whether we actually this was just so over the top you remember trump any of trump's foolish trump this trump slap it was so bad that trump himself his staff got you got to go out to you got to fix this so I went out there the next day in trump said I was being sarcastic I was being sarcastic with the media I was asking a sarcastic wit that's obviously not what he was doing hi I wish I had been in the meeting to formulate the strategy the procedure here for dealing with with this because believe me it could have been converted into a total positive the reason I bring all this up is because it we have a piece here in the UK guard it will Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lacking the last thing Donald Trump is as heartless and the last thing he has none of his compassion it is the exact opposite Donald Trump believes everybody's capable of greatness he believes it everybody's capable of accomplishing things he doesn't believe in sitting around and rubbing people's shoulders and saying it's okay you suck you're never going to amount to anything but I'll make you feel better about it he doesn't believe in that inspiring people getting the most out of people particularly people work for him particularly for people that can't do the things that he needs done it is that he can't do himself he needs those people come through we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if I humane competent well informed the doubt was making the decisions that affect this there's another pull cord from his face and yet we've learned that Franklin Roosevelt turned away refugees from Hitler's Europe we can still imagine how comforting it was for those who lived through the Great Depression hearing his radio speech also people were suffering in the Great Depression and lost everything but somehow listening to Roosevelt on the radio made him feel better maybe you've made them feel better but it did not change their circumstances my mother used to get real mad at me she make me eat everything on the plate I'm sure yours did too and if I didn't do it she would say things like you know there are people there are people on the other side of the house over in China starving they would let us is also mom let me ask if I eat everything on his plate or some Chinese kids going to be rubbing your stomach I feel so full now you know smart aleck you'll be quiet you don't set your mother that left I'm sorry this one to me how my eating something is going to fill up a bunch of chai com Bally's wow right sure really I'm just missed through real real folks and I know exactly what troubles with this idea here that the American people cannot function we

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Washington D.C. AG Lawsuit Alleges Price Gouging by Convenience Store

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

Washington D.C. AG Lawsuit Alleges Price Gouging by Convenience Store

"Finding cleaning products is hard enough as it is these days now IDC store is being sued for jacking up its prices Helen Mart a convenience store in DC's wards seven is accused of charging twelve dollars and ninety nine cents for a one hundred twenty one ounce bottle of Clorox bleach that's a mark up of two hundred percent this is DC Attorney General Karl Racine unfortunately they're not done what other convenience stores if Donald to cease and desist from Galvin people Racine says his office has received hundreds of complaints during the pandemic more than a third in regards to price gouging

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"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

03:17 min | 4 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"In that will do that and by marketing products in responsible ways as a way to help shoppers around the world. Keep themselves and their family safe. So what do you do when the person who is in charge of trash bags comes to you or the person's Darva charcoal comes you and says look? I know you've got this winter but I need to be supported too. I mean I've concrete products they have one of my competitors. Just took a big account for me. Do you just say look? We've got a product that you can't meet demand and everything else just on hold or No good idea gets rejected at clorox and we have plenty of good ideas. Which is why we saw substantial growth actually also an unknown disinfecting business all four reporting segments a cleaning segment being one of them which is where this infecting products sits all four segments. Grew this last quarter and its because We saw a lot of momentum behind our cold business as well beyond the pandemic and we invest in that I hear a lot about companies investing less than their brands these days. The clocks company will invest fifty million dollars. More in advertising says emotion in the back of office year because we believe that this is the time to serve as many consumers as possible. Not just with disinfecting products but also as people grill more. They stay home. They use more hidden valley as they stay home. They use more glad trash bags as they stay home so there's plenty of the optimization for us in our company plenty of opportunities to invest in. Good ideas are you able to reposition or fix. I know because you can't be all that happy with the Rainbow Light. Also renew life or things you have to do. I think he's a great price. I use more supplements I ever had light because of this and I saw a little confused about why. This stuff isn't blowing the doors off. I use it I guess. Maybe I'm the only guy sometimes but I read it. I feel like feels that just makes me help to deal with pandemic. No you are not alone. I myself use a lot more vitamins minerals supplements as well in particular Supplements that boost the immune system that we have many of them with several brands including calm and rainbow. Lights are actually growing very strongly for the quarter. We added a temporary displacements because we had our code. Nineteen related worker shortage with one of our fulfillment center but You know fundamentally it's a a healthy business and in March in fact We had all time record demand from customers. We just couldn't fulfill it as a result of an issue that You know is a pretty broad scale across the industry where a Kovic cases a great temporary issues but this is a category that we like in a very strong long-term growth runway for the company for years to a well. Look thank you for everything you've done. Thank you for your stewardship of Great American Company and for your decision to help many more people and not be the way I've seen too many..

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"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:52 min | 5 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"President. This moment they think that's like the positive way to spend on. We have been. It's not the best he could do. And the big tellers. He is a moron. Who thinks he's a genius because he was in a briefing and some guy said. This is a sponge Mr President and this Lysol and you can clean a counter in. It'll kill the virus within a minute and trump said you idiots. I've solved this thing. Just drink or you say you say I you know. And then he goes out looking for approval to say you know. I'm a medical genius to it. It's like the Kim Jong UN stuff If he's still alive where in his official bio he's a poet. He invented quantum physics. He writes musicals and trump's same guy. It's so needy and so crazy and I will be glad when it's over very quick last call for me for all the panicking. Republicans out there. Deservedly look to the governor's you have Mike. Dewine a conservative Republican Larry Hogan a moderate Governor Charlie Baker more liberal Republican governor in Massachusetts is all three successful. Rational aren't afraid to govern with Republican principles. That'S THE WAY OUT OF TRUMP ISM. And for all your panic. There's a huge hand and what the party could be in those three guys who are doing magnificent job during this crisis hyman any last thoughts. Well I will say to not be too serious about this but to go back to the Huffman Hawks Tidy Bowl or whatever you know. I do think it yet again raises the question and I got. I said this on television. Got Obviously from the Maga- people got brutalized for it. But I will say it because I believe it's true you know it's one thing these these these briefings that it's one thing that that that that David Your employer my employer other media companies decide to give the president all this free airtime for what are essentially campaign events that that they are re propagates. Misinformation RE propagates propaganda. That I think is problematic enough and I know you guys have talked about it on this podcast. We talked about it on the podcast. But it's the reality. Is that what we saw empirically last week that the president is putting people's lives directly at risk when he says stuff like like the stuff that disinfectant and there are people calling poison control lines and public health services and other hotlines? And asking whether it's okay to take this. The president is literally endangering the lives of Americans from that podium so I think it raises the question yet again. Even more starkly and more vividly. Should we really be leading? The president have two hours or an hour and a half or whatever amount of time he takes given day free airtime live. I see no one suggesting that we should not cover the president. I'm not suggesting that the president will be covered. I think you covered. I think the only question is whether you should have live coverage or whether we should upgrade shoot them and decide what's newsworthy. And I I agree. Listen just a last point on this because we gotta run. The reason that that clip struck me wasn't just how he deflected his You know the the issue but when he was asked to you take any responsibility. He said no and to me that goes to the heart of things as well. He does not take responsibility for He doesn't take too doesn't take responsibility for their slow response. Denies and doesn't take responsibility for the fact that for six weeks. He told the American people. This was not a problem when he should immobilizing The public he cannot he. It goes back to the the The Scorpion and the frog. It's his nature social and he can't change online. You can't change our guys Heilmann great to see you. Everybody stay healthy Murphy Us Stay Healthy. As well. Down in your. I made the list good to see you too pal. Accent joy the desert and we'll be back next week with hacks on tap I love you. I want you to be healthy..

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"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

03:55 min | 5 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"Meanwhile Murphy The natives are restless. Over your tribe. Oh Boy am I enjoying this? Because I've been with a few other ours fool on the hill for years now shocked. They're panicking but this was a New York Times piece that I think Maggie Haberman Jonathan Martin. Maybe ALEX couple of their political writers wrote about the growing panic over trump within the Republican Party and I have to admit I read it with a horse laugh. I mean Charlie Black. Who's kind of the atomic clock of Republican conventional wisdom in? Dc is now worrying. Well I can tell you. Some of the smarter guys in the Party. Were worried before that and most of them are worried after we got wiped out in the midterms this has not been hard one to see coming but now they panic. It's too late. You know the die is pretty much cast. There's no shaking the brand but you know when in doubt with national politics got remembered the Tony Soprano rule. Which is everybody's afraid of the boss till they start going to jail and then one day the boss's car blows up. Yeah so the minute. These guys think that the trump can create particularly after primary deadline's passing and most have primary dates and it becomes their own survival versus trump. He should count on zero loyalty. Yeah it's not love that binds these people. This is not Ronald Reagan. It's not love that binds these folks to trumpet sphere And it's fear of fear for their own survival if he becomes an impediment to their survival. look out lookout Donald Trump But I'm in the the reason that There is this panic is largely Around the Senate and this notion that he could he could take the whole Senate down. I mean it's notable to your point. I couldn't agree more about Charlie. Black Mike but you could see reason that the panic the reason. That story was timed when it was time was two things right one which we may talk more about going back to the question of just how horrific the moment was of trump with the UV rays and the and the tide pods right. So that was obviously off the charts. One of the literally where the craziest things I've ever heard. In my life from anybody politician abolish letter. President United States but that in combination with the fundraising numbers that came in and and and people in the Republican Party not suddenly worried about trump per se but looking at the way in which. Republicans are getting out raised by Democrats in the Senate races. And that's the thing not that set off the panic button was like Holy Shit like we. We look like we could be headed towards a clean sweep when Thom Tillis and and Susan Collins and everybody is getting their clocks cleaned by democratic challengers. That no one's heard heard of and they're not just getting outraged by a little bit. They're getting outraged by multiples in this quarter fundraising. That's the thing that caused the panic button to get hit again in combination with perfect timing of the of the Lysol moment. Well just I can't tell you how many of my colleagues I mean. I don't do really candidate races anymore. But my colleagues in the Republican Party many of whom huddle round the radios like Radio Free Europe listening to podcast including this one and we're not shy about calling me and saying. Oh you're 'cause I was talking to David about the Senate possibly being play a while back. Oh you're crazy. You don't get it on trump's phenomena and now they're all calling we can't raise any money. Why is trump doing press conferences about you know drinking clorox lower and it's like well it's the same trump but I can tell you the the internal opinion driven and you're right? John Heavily by the struggle. They're having on the finance side has totally shifting. But they don't know what to do. You know the be honest. They're almost fatalistic. Now so guys. We got Questions many many questions from smart listeners of of Hack on tap who sent their questions to hacks on tap a g mail DOT COM so jeff..

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"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

10:41 min | 5 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Hacks on Tap with David Axelrod and Mike Murphy

"The vice president and obviously having an African American woman on the ticket is something that if you're doing the math back the envelope. Math is something that should that does it. Should matter to them Gretchen whitmer certainly put yourself in the conversation because of Michigan Woman. Who's sitting there right now with a sixty six sixty seven percent approval rating state of? Michigan is something. That's going to give a hard look to. It feels to me like if I had to say what I thought. The very top of the shortlist has those are the three that I think. I'm not saying that's the only ones they're considering. But those three seem to me if I had to be a gambler and make a bet I my money would be split evenly among those three while Biden Inc and asked me. But I'll give my somewhat contrarian in here in just let us know. Yeah yeah no absolutely the X. Files or maybe here in any angry hate mail should be sent directly to David Axelrod at the Institute of Politics Chicago but here handle that volume of hate mail for you. I ain't here because I ain't no Democrat. I don't wish him well. Long-term I wanNA rebuild the Republican Party but step one we gotta beat trump. So how does Biden lose one? We talked about this. Trump is able to change the subject to Biden his old. And crazy. Or some kind of pervert Number two Biden gives them a VP. He can work with so I am in the risk free. Vp world and that means no Kamla hairs because trump is a racist. And I don't WanNA spend the campaign talking about her position on reparations versus Biden's or other incendiary wedge issues now. I know the conventional wisdom argument and the identity politics driven Democratic elitists. All you gotTa You. GotTa you gotTa. You don't have to Joe Comma. Harrison Cory Booker to outstanding Democratic candidates could not feel a vote off Biden in the African American community. That's why they had to drop out. They couldn't get alive even in South Carolina so the idea. That Biden has a problem. There I think is all optics no reality so eliminate the risk and I have three candidates which will sound for one will be a new name. obviously Gretchen Whitmer She's got a lot a lot of reasons and I think she's government oriented little liberal for my taste but she's lotteries for John went through them to obviously Amy Klobuchar who proved herself Brazilian formidable on the campaign trail and three one who won't be picked but would be a smart inside. Move Governor. I think the best democratic governor in the country Gina Raimondo of Rhode Island and here. Here's the reason for that voter wise or numbers. Aren't that good Rhode Island. Nobody cares about Rhode Island. I get all that but in the inside world that is terrified about the economy coming back with the huge fiscal load of this crisis. We're writing billion dollar checks in Washington now like cotton candy because of the Kovic Nineteen crisis. She's the best fiscal manager in the Democratic Party. Nobody thinks Joe Biden is a wizard at domestic policy. He needs governing help. And so the twenty thousand people who run the economy in America would be very reassured by her and that would undercut trump money corporate America would feel very very reinforced by her and she would be an excellent governing partner for him now. I think the final point I'll make is John's right. It's all about the chemistry and the relationship not always the political calculation but I think I think Raimondo deserves of. Ramon do I keep mispronouncing? Your name learn how to pronounce it advocating here but I think she on the governing side. There's an extremely strong case for her and I hope they're at least giving her a look. I know her and I totally respect her. And I think she is an enormously able person The politics within the party on that may be a little bit difficult Big Labor Not a fan of hers because of the pension reforms that she has done now. Education reforms in Rhode Island maybe that some of the same things that attract you to her murphy are totally. Make more difficult for her to To be sold within the democratic Primary Process I'm SORTA wear Heilmann is And you know I think there are factors that have to be applied one as they're actually vetting these candidates and those vets go very deep and they need to be paid attention to You know Look Clovis our staff stories. I I don't know You know I don't know how deep they run. How much is true? How much is not true? But there's a lot of smoke there that would come back and they need to be comfortable with that I don't know On on Harris how the Regardless of the relationship with Bo. And perhaps maybe because of it there were some Ouchi feelings about the mugging. She came to Biden in the first debate. An- I I. I don't know if those feelings have been Left behind And you know the the Whitmer piece is really interesting because she has some of the same appeals as clovis regionally and she is a governor And she's only been governor fifteen months but that's that's good and bad But you know she is not someone with Washington experience. She's not someone with foreign policy experience and my question back to you guys is How much does the fact? That Biden is older and will be seventy eight and most likely will will never run again after this time and the person who you pick has a better than normal chance of becoming president at some point does that factor in this at all. I think it should because it makes the stakes higher. I think it makes the media scrutiny. A little rougher and people who have equity amongst the kind of elite media that that covers what this choice means. We'll get a better better treatment and I think governors have an advantage to You know we're we're see but yeah I think it it ups the stakes at least for how the VP choice defines Biden. I don't think people really vote for BP but it helps them decide what they think of that nominee. The vice presidential selection is one of those where there's really only one metric that matters in its rate metric in terms of governing. That's right metric happens to be also right metro politics the filter. The people in my business measure one thing bat. The moment that the pictures announced does this person is this person qualified to be president. Did they look like they're caught by the president or they had to be president? If you clear that bar the media walks away. You don't have any problems. I agree with you Murphy. I think that there's almost no evidence whatsoever that that that running mates get anything in terms of demographics or states or any of that stuff all that stuff so blown out of the water over the year vic can hurt you more than help you right. You know so. It's a reflection of of the candidates judgment and his character his his his character in this case. And so what? The filter looks for is is the person qualified. It's part of the reason why I think Stacey Abrams is is would be problematic. You know she's just gone on the she's electrifying. She's compelling I have enormous respect for she's opposite Rockstar. The Democrat Party but her resume is not obviously qualified to be president. So the filter will the media that is will will give that kind of pick way more scrutiny than a candidate like Kala Harris who again not campaigning. For but a former Attorney General California United States senator ran for president has been through a lot of this. No one's GonNa bat night in the same. You look at go back you know. Joe Biden himself cleared the bar easily. Dick Cheney cleared the bar easily. Al Gore cleared the Bar Easley. Who didn't clear the bar easily? Dan Quayle Opposite Sarah Palin right when you don't clear the bar at that becomes the nightmare for the candidate so I for me. The first thing is giving advice. And it's not my job everybody's but I would always say to any of these people. The first thing you gotTa do is make sure you pick someone who is an is perceived to be qualified to present from day one and for for an older candidate like Joe Biden. It becomes doubly important to make sure that you clear that bar. Yeah the other argument on Harris. I mean she is a She is a good performer. She is someone who seems contemporary. She is someone who would be a strong candidate for for for women in those suburban women She is someone who could carry the attack. She didn't run a good campaign. Yeah this Dick and that is a that that that is something that I would look at You know she didn't ever Have a coherent message and she often stumbled over her own message. Now may be different. If she's handed a message. If she has to prosecute a case that has basically for someone else she may find it easier than prosecuting a case for herself. Maybe but she was such a choppy candidate and her greatest was slicing Biden. You know with what I think was kind of a cheap shot and and so i. I don't know we've seen that pony run in. There are limits. There at beyond the vulnerabilities I talked about vis-a-vis trump. I mean. I can't time any times that I've been with a candidate in this discussion. And they bring up a name that the media keeps harping on that. They're getting lobbied for and all that that choice could make a lot of sense. And then there's then there's a pause in some smart ass sometimes me says yeah and we're GONNA need food tester because it's clear the core loyalty will be to the future of their career. And I think that's a problem with Abrams. I think that's a problem calmly and it could be a problem with any of the others so you can never underestimate in the room. How important that is the. Get a team player. Not Somebody who's an independent operator and what's a very tough job. 'cause you got and take fire for the president and people who have their own campaign plan thinking Joe zone either for one year are are are going to be very difficult to manage in that way and it's going to be a tough time to notice. Biden. Played that role very very. Yeah for for Obama Look I at the end of the day high almonds right. This is the first and maybe the most important presidential appointment And this is You get judged in real time about the appointment and so what what is most important is does Joe Biden. Feel comfortable with this person and does he feel comfortable with this person. Someone who is a partner and could be president of the United States and Kenny. Make that straight faced Case that was a problem for John McCain in two thousand eight and so you don't WanNa make purely political judgment here and we'll see..

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Birx defends Trump for disinfectant suggestion

News, Traffic and Weather

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Birx defends Trump for disinfectant suggestion

"News Dr Deborah Berks is pushing back against criticism over president trump's remarks about disinfectants possibly being used to treat the corona virus on CNN's state of the union Dr Burks the response coordinator of the White House corona virus task force that the president understood the disinfectant shouldn't be used to treat or prevent covert nineteen I want us to move on to be able to get information to the American people that can help them protect each other the poison centers across the country say they received an increased volume of calls regarding Lysol Clorox and other disinfectants following the president's speculation here's what Dr Burke said she'd like people to focus on we should be having that dialogue about a symptomatic so we should be having that dialogue about this unique clotting that we're

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Best WFH tech tips

WSJ Tech News Briefing

05:09 min | 5 months ago

Best WFH tech tips

"We promised she would be coming back by the end of the week end. It is now the end of the week. Our senior personal tacoma's to Aniston is back with us with her favorite work from home tech. Tips Joanna thanks for being back to be back. Have you been this week? I've been doing well. I heard through the Internet grapevine that you have a specific tip for me today and I'm curious about this. Tell me that's right. Well when we started this project Qatari I created a document and I listed out some of the things that I wanted to cover in terms from working from home like gathered stuff that our readers had been interested in you wrote in the document. How do I clean my gadgets? Not just the phone which I know you had just covered and I thought okay. Maybe we'll get to that. We have a lot of other important things to get to but here we are on week. Six seven thousand or seven thousand depending and I thought this was a very important topic because we have been sitting at our desks now for a number of weeks and we've might be eating lunch at them and we might be eating snacks so it's time to clean you. GotTa get a good micro fiber cloth and some good screen gadget cleaner. If you can't buy that you can make your own. I've made my own. I have a spray bottle. With seventy percent ISOPROPYL alcohol in it. And you want to spray on the microphone cloth and then wipe down all the surfaces on the keyboard specifically because that is one of the dirtiest areas. Make sure that that cloth isn't too wet and never spray directly on the keyboard because the water could get in there or whatever the solution you're using could get in there. I also did this for when preparing to write this tip. I dumped my my keyboard over my laptop keyboard over and I don't want to talk about what fell out of there so do that. Be careful and one thing I should say is that I did a couple of weeks ago. Do a piece on cleaning your phone and I did try to wipe down the phone a lot of times. Like over a hundred. Actually we had over five hundred wipe downs with clorox wipes and the reason I did. This was to see if that would actually damage the screen and turns out it. So you don't really have to worry about clorox wipes on your screens whether it be your phone your laptop or your computer screen perfect That sounds like a great weekend project. Another thing I know I'm going to be doing this. Weekend IS VIDEO CONFERENCING WITH FAMILY. Last week we talked about how to. Zoom Zoom videoconferencing APPS. But we had a lot of people asking. What about skype? So do you have any hidden tricks for skype? Yeah you sort of have to feel bad for skype. They were the one of the first. Yeah they were one of the first. They were one of the first to come to the IPHONE even before facetime. This was like you know they. They'd invented the future they were. They had the future like we were going to have video calling everywhere and then everyone just didn't use skype but turns out a lot of people. Do use skype still at least for business or for talking to people because they just have this on their computers and skype has gotten a lot better over the last few years. It is very easy to choose your background or change your background. You can do that. When you're you've got the window up on a macro. Pc and you see the little video icon if you hover over that icon with your mouse. It will say choose your background and you can go there and you can blur. Your background gives it a Nice Blur or you can upload a new image just like you can zoom. They've added that another thing. I really like about skype. Is They have subtitles. So if you click in that same area you can never go wrong. Yeah I mean. They're not fully accurate but they can be very funny to watch too. But you really do. Get the gist of what people are saying. And it's a it's a nice way especially if you're hard of hearing and you're not following the conversation it's a way to see what what's being said and also actually does a very nice job of highlighting who is talking so it does then the subtitle next to the person who is in the window seems to be talking. You can turn this on by again on the video. Chat Window on the right hand side on a macro. You'll see these. Three little dots horizontal dots. Click on there and it will say turn on. Subtitles are eight one more. We know that you're a big fan of noise cancelling headphones we've talked about that before but we have heard from some of our listeners that they can't work with music blasting even though they really like those headphones so do you have any advice for them to or it's white noise. I personally can work with music on but I have been trying this out and you don't have to go by a special machine you can and there are some really good ones out there for that but you can fire up your spotify or apple music and you can search for white noise and they have a bunch of playlist and albums to my favorite on spotify. You can search coffee shops and for those of US okay. Fine me who misses working in a coffee shop. I used to go rate coffeeshops pretty much every weekend. You can get background noise. It's like a coffee shop and you can also search office and you'll get some nice office sound so if you missed the sounds of paper rustling or just sort of chatter that it. It might really help you the vending machine. I don't know if they have a sound for that. It's actually just made angrily begging it when my thing get stuck which should make one.

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Why Does Hand Washing Beat Hand Sanitizer Hands Down?

BrainStuff

06:23 min | 6 months ago

Why Does Hand Washing Beat Hand Sanitizer Hands Down?

"This episode is part of the miniseries. We're doing on some health and safety topics surrounding the novel type of coronavirus identified in two thousand nineteen which causes what is therefore being called covert nineteen because everything is a little less scary when you understand it better so you're probably aware that with the novel. Virus outbreak hand sanitizer has gotten very hard to find however soap seems to still be in good supply. This is a little counter intuitive given that to keep yourself safe from this virus the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend handwashing. I and using hand sanitizer only as a backup. If you don't have access to running water we spoke with Dr Greg Poland a representative for the Infectious Diseases site of America and professor of Medicine and Infectious Diseases at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester Minnesota. He said proper hand washing is the safest most efficacious least expensive and readily available method to prevent disease. So why would plain old soap and water be more effective against germs than alcohol based hand sanitizer? Poland explained when you're physically washing your hands. You're doing three things. You're removing visible dirt and Mucus. You're using a soap that decreases surface tension. And you're physically by friction loosening removing and washing away. Whatever is on your hand. This includes germs that you can't see and is perhaps particularly effective at stopping the spread of some germs like Corona viruses because the outer casing of these germs is made up of Lipids. Which are fats just as soap can wedge itself down between particles of Greece on a dirty pan and help break it up? Molecules of soap can elbow into that lipid envelope around a microbe and break it apart. Thus rendering the microbe unable to attack and infect cells studies have shown that soap and water is more effective than hand sanitizer it removing certain viruses and bacteria that attack the intestines and respiratory tract corona viruses included and handwashing is especially effective for very dirty hands. Such as those. You get from gardening playing sports or wiping the runny nose with the back of your hand. Poland said if your hands are visibly soiled hand sanitizer can't get all the skins surfaces and if your hands have mucus on them hand sanitizer cannot penetrate remember. If you have the flu. For example influenza viruses will be present in your mucus. Several studies have shown that handwashing got rid of the flu virus from hands. Much faster than hand. Sanitizer did okay. So we've gone over why handwashing trump's hand sanitizing but in order for handwashing to work. You have to do it properly. You've probably seen a billion memes this week about how to do it but let's review the steps for everyone's sake. There are a whole bunch of times that people should be washing their hands but probably the most important are before you prepare or eat food after using the bathroom. And before you touch your face. Here's the protocol according to the CDC. I WHAT HANDS CLEAN RUNNING? Water warm or cold will do then turn off the tap and apply soap lather your hands by rubbing them together with the soap. Any soap will work. It doesn't have to be antibacterial and remember antibacterial. Soap will help. Keep you safer from viruses than regular soap. Because they're different critters as you lather and rub make sure to get all the parts of your hands. The backs palms between the fingers and under fingernails. Start at your fingertips and work backward. Rub Your hands for at least twenty seconds. You Can Hummer Sing. Happy Birthday twice or some other diddy. If counting doesn't do it for you. The five seconds that most people take to wash their hands doesn't get as many microbes afterwards. Rinse your hands. Well under running water and dry them using a clean towel or with an air dryer. If you're in a public restroom it helps to use a paper towel to turn the faucet off and to open the bathroom door. A lot of publicity has gone into educating people that they're not washing for long enough but many are also missing the mark by not thoroughly rubbing all parts of the hand Polin said think of how we viruses bacteria etc into our body. It's with the area of the hand that nobody washes properly. That is the fingertips people. Wash the palm. They washed the back of their hands. They washed the bottom third of the fingers. But have you ever seen someone wash fingernails or tips so the next time you're washing up? Make a point to pay extra attention to these oft neglected appendages. There will be times though when hand? Sanitizer just makes more sense than handwashing. Let's say you were in the bathroom at your office. Followed all the steps outlined above. So now you have perfectly clean hands but wait. You need to open the door that leads from the hallway where the bathroom is back to your office. Dozens of people opening and closing that door all day. Applying dollop of hand sanitizer might be easier than washing your hands again. So here's the correct way to do that. I make sure you're applying enough about a quarter to a half dollar sized amount of him. Sanitizer is necessary. Rub It all the parts of your hand starting from the fingertips and working your way. Back to disinfect. And don't forget in between your fingers. Polin said keep doing that until it's dry that way you know you've had an exposure time for that disinfectant to kill resist the urge to wipe your hands on a paper towel or your pants to speed up the drying process since hand sanitizer and washing can be very drying. You might want to keep some hand lotion or cream nearby to apply once your hands are dry and just one more thing. Dr Poland has fielded questions from people who asked about using disinfecting wipes like those made by clorox or Lysol on their skin. As an added layer of protection he strongly advises people against this quote. Do not wipe your face clorox wipes do not clean your nose with it and do not suck on it. It DOES NOT HELP. It will harm you and it hurts. It offers no benefit

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"clorox" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I could just get on here and talk about stuff. I use scientists up an apology. I couldn't agree with you more although I will just point out. I don't know if you've noticed from some of the news coverage over the last few years are some people out there who don't necessarily believe science will those people need to rethink their position. And I think the now is the time for them to do so and perhaps many of them are or have one would hope one would hope. Let's talk about Clorox for a second. Tell of science speaking of science. Tell me why I shouldn't in this age of zero trading commissions. Why shouldn't put a little bit of money into buying some shares of clorox stock? I've never owned. I know it's had a run up over the last couple of months and so maybe on evaluation basis it's high but given what we're going through right now. I just look at the next ten years and when I asked myself the question do I think clorox is going to have a better ten years then the ten years it just had the answer my Non Scientific Answer is absolutely absolutely. It's going to have a better ten years than the last ten years it had. Why should I buy a few shares of Clorox? Well I guess if I'm being put on the spot to answer why you buy clorox and think you may have answered. The question in this is something that everybody has already been piling into the Valuation. Might be generous at this point. I think people will. Will you know? I'm not sure that people are going to revolutionize their sanitary habits after this. Perhaps they will and clorox in a great position to benefit from that. They've got knicks sixty percent of the bleach market. Parac's looks like they're they're selling a lot right Sell out into the supermarket of seeing that. The bleach trial is is sold out. They've got a few other brands. That are also going to participate in this Kingsford Charcoal Probably getting a little boost from people doing a more little more cooking at home. They've got other well brands. But if you're not gonNA buy is because of the valuation. I duNNo. It really does seem like not only do they have as you said the dominant market share. But they just got the brand name like if you put a gun to my head. I couldn't name another bleach You know I know. There are other bleaches out there in the supermarket aisles. And there's probably a generic version but just seems like they are really set up well for the next decade or so. Yeah well I think there is slow growing enterprise and they're getting a little spike in one of their brands ear We hear clorox. You think. Well that must be just about everything you know they still kitty litter they sell a Brita water filters they sell the kings rhetorical sell some salad. Dressings Pine Sol glad bags. Who It's the the degree to which clorox itself is going to drive outperformance of this stock is maybe already captured by the market and you can see on their companies that are gonNA Benefit Church and Dwight Something we own in our mutual fund. It's got oxy Clinton which is a well known cleaning brand and can be applied to things like churches as well as just about everything else in in the cleaning products and there are other brands that are participating in this as well. Church and Dwight is held up very well. It's not this this year on top of clorox. All right well. It's still on my watch list but not trying. I'm not trying to talk you out of buying. You told me why you should you ask me to answer the question why you should buy it. I gave you look. Are you GONNA go out and buy it? I don't know I haven't had the chance to buy much of anything lately. You've been busy been busy. And also we've got the trading restrictions at the motley fool. So you know I don't know if clorox is on hold right now in our in our trading restrictions but certainly the fact that I'm talking about it right now meets have already locked out of it for the next few days. Now now you've got time to do some Research Bill Barker Kentucky good to talk to you as always people in the program may have interest in the stocks they talk about in the Motley fool may have formal recommendations for against by herself stocks based solely on. What you here. Let's go for this edition of Margaret Fuller with these shows mixed by Dan Boyd. I'm Chris Sale. Thanks for listening. We'll see on Monday..

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"clorox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:56 min | 6 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And my husband and my defense I probably look ridiculous for about the three minutes because I had my don't laugh at me I have my Clorox wipes and a separate zippered bag and I did the wet ones over everything and I did the Clorox wipes over everything and I did the white ones over everything seat belts I mean name it and I was and Chris is like he just goes into the seat he was like my wife nuts I just you know this helps her and I wipe everything down like anything you're going to touch anything and then after for I have the pump you're all and I do three contract liberal pumps in my hand and I gave Chris three liberal pawns in his hand and then it's off with the scrub N. and mama like we're going to do an ER right we're gonna operate on some people like it's like that and then I'm like okay I can set literally what I have to do I will stay crunched up like a cocktail shrimp under the overhead and I'm doing all of this like a T. rex or something I can extend my arms all the way because I don't have it is there a point where you're using too much hand sanitizer where it's Dan never I don't know if that's true I have an exam on my fingers which is why some people see me and they're like why the hell does she have tape on her fingers that's why even with that never yeah I would think that there's a you could I drink if I because some people do I've seen it on a live meeting that is not even smaller snorted why none of what you just said is should be said you don't drink that stuff what do you say to drink it you almost know you practically the snort it what's the whole right you know do what makes you happy and makes you feel better I so I have on I have hand sanitizer stations that it's literally me and three other people in my house and our two dogs and I have hand sanitizer stations at different points throughout the house they are in separate because I also have different actually I literally have this throughout my house too I have numerous places throughout my house upstairs and down where I have fire arms stations as it were and I I found actually another really cool piece of furniture that you can change and you know yeah so I'm like alright a rock on the quote so anyway they're at different stations then my gun station and I realize that might be a bad idea because like what happens if there's like an emergency and some is break in our house and like I go to one of my gun stations to retrieve my firearm and I'm at the damn hand sanitizer station and I'm I can see the ties my hands but that's not going to kill the criminal coming to my house unless it's like a physical manifestation of the corona virus so now I have anxiety you could flame thrower with I do have a little island many flamethrowers a flammable liquid from the hand sanitizer easily ignite all over an intruder I love the idea of being able to put fire in places where I am not so this is actually pretty cool all right we gotta get rolling yeah I had little insider that so folks maybe put your hand sanitizer stations where you're gone stations are some people are like the hell is wrong with this woman I don't have a gun station in my house hello America are you what I have to ask right we I know we have to get going I'm never so this is what I like about this company because when I first spoke to them they were like yeah you know we can come to you and handle your mail and it's great and I'm like that's pretty good now I'm like why didn't I invent this company stamps dot com don't look because we're supposed to be practicing social distancing stamps dot com actually look at one actually they literally help you to this so it's like the post office is at your house in your computer but like in a totally non obtrusive way they can do anything to the post office can do you can have on demand postage if you want to get up at three in the morning because you're like well I can't sleep because of all this coronavirus stress guess I'll print out some postage and get my package is ready to send maybe you're an online seller I don't know maybe you're sending out.

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"clorox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

05:02 min | 6 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Went to not a good alternative for toilet paper what what I did is I got some rolls of paper towels Clorox spray do you really want to be thrifty you can just use it and then use the other side again what what save some cash value plan for the apocalypse I'm just worried about you rationing I do like to share five one two eight three six zero five ninety listen and we're gonna be playing some awesome sporting events with this because of this cold thing every day you know I told you three weeks ago just when Italy was thinking about canceling games or playing with no fans yeah and now here we are fast forward to the entire country paying quarantine and you're hearing more and more stories break around the country I'll take a week and a half ago like a D. three school college St Chicago she stayed canceled their games for Seattle right and now we're hearing more teams are thinking about it's no more press allowed in the locker rooms for any of the major sporting leagues at one game was out in Seattle though right so you got to understand they don't add on to the epicenter yeah here in the northwest but it's it's happening and now here we're about to have you know all the the tournament summer already in play but that college basketball you know yell match play non was listing maybe yesterday the day before to that sport show that we call a sports talk sports talk four to six week days with Jason day can add and this guy right here me no absolutely yeah in you guys were kind of talking about Tom Brady yeah I'm gonna be out he's not going anywhere you don't think so when Hollywood he's not going anywhere now he's he's not going to leave New England he just wants to be recognized you think he is all about the courtship yeah it's not the minority two year old man needs to be courted yes that's what he wants he's he's in that mid life crisis what I he's not going anywhere there's a zero point zero point zero percent chance that he's leaving New England in my opinion are you betting your the right what's left your four one K. on it sure okay I want to see the biggest receipts you think he is going he's gone I think he needs to prove something to himself Bella check yeah I mean he's a gamer why would you want to retire you should retire and be just sells Butler for the rest of his life that's right Alan Ashley should be starting once as much as four times as much money as I starting a Hollywood production company does that mean he's gonna be out in San Diego maybe to be close to the action is that what he's putting together a LA LA has the Chargers now so his show on Facebook watch yeah is really good it's kind of all his life now it's your chance see that I'm not alone but there was like ten or fifteen episodes on Facebook watch yeah I was hoping to get a glimpse of his wife why there is there is someone on the show give him is you know a few hours on a Sunday maybe everyone's on a Thursday Monday night therefore close all there for a second can you sound like an Clements gallery second just focused on the wife Phyllis is why if this is why I thought you sound like himself thank you for that yeah can I come to your house and borrow toilet paper if I needed I I see you will have the renowned we can go has these you guys neighbors you know that I'm just going to share a square you're in luck candy you know I splurge and go for the like the double ply so I'll put in half we can go plies he's now we're talking we're talking will make it through together I think just C. T. O. R. Hannah team work yeah I think the panic is what's going to get people I got thirty six rolls last night so I'm set sh something hit pop song I got thirty six roles yeah on your dresser yes Sir I got thirty six rolls of my dressing yes I like may we gotta shop instead of that of that be a hit single down in H. town what is coming up today from forty six to be honest I I always am with you we're following the corona case not only stop it supports and everything in this town it's it's just kind of crazy and our just still going to try and put the pieces back together Texas has their first round of the big twelve tournament on Thursday are you out again when I got to take a break right now the Longhorns sports talk forty six right here in Thailand on show this is don let me ask you some how is your hearing you've heard me talk about my hearing for quite a while now the issues I've had well I did something about my hearing I'm glad I did it once you doctor Kristin keener at a luminaire tinnitus in audiology center if you've noticed a decrease in the quality of your hearing but you have a hard time understanding conversations in loud environments like I do may you suffer from that ringing in your ears known as tinnitus or tennis I've got that it's important to know because the longer you wait to treat your hearing the more permanent the damage will be a woman here can help you doctor Kristin keener she's created a customized approach that she uses for every patient she sees and doctor keener is one of the only audiologist in the whole country that specializes in tonight is retraining therapy in the treatment of other sound sensitivity disorders here everything you've been missing thanks.

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"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

05:36 min | 8 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Than month but don't take it from me. Let's get with Jim. Conway's the Presencio boot part. Find out more about the company's future conroe welcome Thank you very much. Thanks for having us on the show again. We appreciate it. Okay so Jim I got to give you a chance just to talk about the reaction here because to me. It seems like an overreaction although there were some issues that you called out on your own conference call that you think you can do better sure. Well it's funny. It seems each time we have earnings call. We have have a negative reaction initially and then typically the stock closets way back in this particular case. There's been a lot of focus on the deceleration in the work apparel business. And we've been really trying to focus the investor on look. This is a testament to the model that we can have one of our bigger businesses declining and the other businesses businesses giving the diversification of our product. Line are so strong there were still comping plus five so what we're trying to turn it into a positive and we really believe it really shows was the strength of the model. Well let's break that down. I have it did. My calculate math is basically a seventy three percent of business ex- work where Kant up almost ten percent. So if you can get work we're doing a little bit better than you're going to get back to the numbers that were used to. That's right that's right. We saw nice acceleration between the third quarter order and the fourth quarter in most of the western businesses. So boots and apparel men's and women's ten percent is a little bit too high given the math but the the accelerated nicely from Q. Three Q.. Four and there was a little bit of a drag from work apparel business and we do view that some of those things are transitory. I think that business this is. We'll come back to us. I think it will continue to be a little weak as we finish up our fourth quarter the work apparel business but I think what's we get into our next fiscal school year. Fiscal Two thousand twenty one which starts in just a couple of months. We'll start to wrap some easier compares. That business will probably get a little bit better. How about this do adjacency country house that doing well? It's kind of a new development in the overarching strategy to segment our consumer base and really what underlies all of the strategy around that from a marketing perspective is how do we continue to bring more and more consumers into the barn brand so we used to just be Western than we were Western in work than we added fashion. Now we're trying to sub segment the Western business into Western and country and that is a the goal. There is to get her customer. That maybe doesn't wear a cowboy hat but does where a ball cap with a logo on it and boots boots and may not be riding a horse but maybe going to a country music concert and if we can continue to bring more and more consumers into the brand will deliver more transactions to the store and continue to deliver strong comps okay. So let's talk about suppliers year a forty percent from China. Some of your of your wares. Obviously China's problematic for almost every company. What are you hearing from your suppliers over there? And how coffee are you. The things are GONNA be okay. We're we're pretty confident. It will be okay in the in the medium term. We've had the confluence of the corona virus and Chinese New Year and the Chinese in his new holiday then got extended so we will like most companies bringing in product from China. We'll see a little bit of a delay. In shipments we we have a unique advantage in that given the fact that we turn our inventory slower than most traditional retailers. Roughly twice a year a little bit of a delay in the inbound side of supply chain shouldn't really impact the business and I think as we get into the month of February and March. I think that supply chain will catch up and we shouldn't really see any top line. Erosion Okay Jim. I deal with a lot of the oil companies and frankly things are not good slumber J. Layoffs Log People Halliburton layoffs flop. A lot of them recognizing what you can drill and get as much oil with fewer people. Now what does that mean for your Texas business well. Texas businesses still nicely positive there are pockets in Texas maybe West Texas specifically that might see a slowdown but different than what we saw a a few years ago. Barn is we've never really seen that business build all the way back to where it was at its peak when when oil was trading one hundred dollars a barrel. So even if. There's a little bit of a pullback back and there's a little bit of a drag on our top line I think we'll be able to compensate for in other in other parts of the country and other parts of the assortment. It does sound just my last minute here. It really is that the down high single digit work. Where and that? You sound confident that later this year that that will come back which means the stock. We'll come back correct. I believe I'll let the valuation take care of itself I think even even with that slight erosion we're delivering some pretty strong numbers and you. You could argue that. The stock is still pretty cheaply valued if you look at our multiples in peg ratios at Cetera. We're going to focus on getting the visits and the top line going growing even stronger in the in the top in the in the right direction and building our margin and delivering profitability. And I think the stock price will take care of itself. SELENA SELENA I agree with you Jim Conway Presencio boop bomb which has been eight by just the gigantic better Caesar likewise thank you very much near monies back.

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"clorox" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

03:02 min | 8 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"But shares a bed be and Clorox erupt doctors in China protesting an abbey HIV treatment on corona virus patience and Clorox's scenes selling more disinfectants beyond made it's up seven percent today on word that Danny is is expanding its partnership with the company but there is a new concerns that the US labor market is cooling down a survey by the national association of business economics finds hiring was black in the fourth quarter with the news radio a forty WHAS Bloomberg money report on some levels that we feel like we're family meet physician and hospital administrator Herman Williams came to genesis diamonds just looking for something for his wife we've been married twenty eight years and she has everything so it's hard to know what to pick out twenty loved about genesis was the guidance he got from sincere caring people they try to advise you on how old is your wife hello even Mary what does she have Herman's now a frequent customer who loves the genesis prices but even more the genesis experience he just won a trusted adviser and that's what I feel these guys or a sense of family really care the genuineness when I walked out here I said I'm coming back you know great people amazing quality product outstanding value and free service for life I've come here to have some work done how much is that there's no cost to me was the last time you came in had anything done anywhere where they said no charge genesis diamonds I'm coming back Shelbyville road plaza official tour of the Louisville cardinals in the Kentucky Wildcats CNN breaking news weather and traffic station this is news radio wait forty WHAS your new president trump's legal team making its case in the Senate it's three thirty on Suzanne Duval these radio eight forty WHAS that story in one minute first traffic and weather Israel out of the water to this afternoon traffic in bad shape little crowded west bound now be Newburgh road I sixty five one sixty five south bound still rolling well through hospital Kerr of an ounce hence the Waterson expressway little backed up on Dixie highway just south of the waters and express we can rental slowing both north and south bound around these lane I'll have accidents working advance like in March Boulevard plaque in dog would also pressed in and during lane at fourth include an accident of the one downtown at night and Jefferson our next report in ten minutes I'm bodiless newsradio eight forty WHAS hi folks with an updated forecast I'm WLKY chief meteorologist Jay Kerr does seem to bring a dose of sunshine across a good chunk of the listening area on this Monday afternoon clouds gradually increasing later on through tonight will top on the upper forties even close to fifty in a few spots we go cloudy tonight low and middle thirties lots of clouds tomorrow and temperatures just in the upper thirties can your forty that's your forecast I'm WLKY chief meteorologist Jay cargo see sunny and forty six at newsradio eight forty WHAS our top story residents legal.

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"clorox" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"clorox" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Three twenty six PM eastern time in Florida northeast eastern coast. Dow point sixty seven s and p twelve but the NASDAQ down thirty seven NASDAQ one hundred down thirty nine the socks down eleven. Caps are up small-cap a little transports only up twelve advance the clients on New York good twenty two to twelve on the NASDAQ down new highs actually has picked up a little bit today. But I'm looking at the list. I'll read the Tina second. I will tell you this. The NASDAQ was down about another ninety earlier when the Dow was only up about eighty and then the Dow rallied up to be about two thirty to forty and the NASDAQ was only down sixteen. So it took the Dow to be two hundred and forty that of the NASDAQ still be down sixteen and soon as the Dow pulled them again, we're only up one sixty nine right now, NASDAQ started sinking and very simply the only way to explain it to you is growth growth stocks on a bearish market right now in even the rally days in the Dow cannot lift them up. Amazon's the apples the latest news out of apple is they told suppliers to cut back on just on everything. And there is worry about they finally hit a wall on the high end now guess what through the years? There has been talk about apple hitting the wall. And then all of a sudden the wall gets broken down. But apple is definitively under pressure gap down last week followed through during the day down. Another six today was down eight earlier. And it said the semi suppliers things like that. And I'm going through my growth list today with the Dow up one seventy five as I speak. Amazon thirty eight Google Twenty-one Facebook another to apple six for starters. I can go through a lot more. But you know. Just a bunch of threes and fours throat a little eight done intuitive surgical Trade Desk, down six tell it doc down ten square down three. And what's doing today? You ready? IBM's up four and a half know why they announced three insiders bought some stock. One guy bought a million bucks? The other two two hundred and fifty thousand eight McDonald's is up three. That's a new yearly high McDonald's. Remember, we told you had a good reaction to the earnings even though sales were down seven percent. And just everything green in the Dow today except apple and like United techy knighted held the Biesen Exxon down just a smidge. Johnson and Johnson's up one and a half. Microsoft's bouncing a buck three. Proctor and gamble. A buck travelers a buck and change and with the new highlights ready for this Coca Cola. Coca Cola Europe. Mcdonalds Dr Pepper seven up. Dr pepper. I don't even know what the name isn't, Hormel, church and Dwight. Clorox McCormack consumer Staples. Some discount retailers of Ross stores in new yearly high. That's it. Oh and natural gas is at a new yearly high. U N G is the symbol. I have to look at the story on it. But big breakaway gap on natural gas. That would put more sanctions on Iran. I don't know if there's anything to do with that. I I I've yet to read it today. Now, what have I taught us throughout the years? Well, let me put it best. Dow's up one seventy NASDAQ down thirty six NASDAQ one hundred forty one what does that mean to you guys? Thank you. Parking money in the less risky areas and selling the risk. What does that usually mean for markets? Just keep that in mind. Not usually good. And by the way, some of this is what's led to what we've seen because all we talked about for months leading up to the real top on October was half the market was in bad shape. And once they started selling down the risk. And the Dow propped up that was party. Story. And as I'm looking at the up movers lily up foreign some truck news Clorox McCormack EPA. So just take your time careful. Every major index except the Dow is below the two hundred day moving average, no longer the fifty and let me just tell you every day below the two hundred is a bad day. And when I see the NASDAQ, NASDAQ one hundred lagging and badly. Not good. That's going to change. I promise you that's going to need to change. And I doubt it changes overnight. Vanass too. I think there's a chance we're going to go on a full-fledged bear market, absolutely. In order to go into a bear markets. The first thing that has to happen is major indices break the fifty day. And.

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"clorox" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"clorox" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"Groceries, okay. I'm not trying to reach, but people need to be very mindful of the toilet paper that they use toilet paper is important. I is important qui- very important. A lot of people don't know this. I've, I've been the people's houses and I don't like specifically look at their toilet paper because I'm never use it for that who, but always sometimes end up peaking at the toilet paper on a role than then rolled up somewhere. Oh gosh. I mean, but I still have to look at it and say, this is what you are, and I dunno just saying, you know that dollar on no safety time, but it might actually extended time should not break through the toilet paper the bathroom tissue. If it does, you need to step your bathroom tissue game up and get something a little bit bus. I mean, I don't be afraid to get in the shower after you use the bathroom, either wrong with the. Upgraded white was gonna say, don't be afraid, get low cod. Now I always talk about it. You might be a Clorox wipe depend on. I'm telling you, I told you. People need industrial straight. My needed. Some people Sarma and some people Clorox. Let's be clear. Let's be clear. So for me, the biggest habit add to change my sleep schedule. You require more sleep way.

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"clorox" Discussed on The HT Guys

The HT Guys

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"clorox" Discussed on The HT Guys

"Falls out on the ground they sweep it out but the he was right because it's it's like a more like a recliner and it's very possible that that's happening so this i'm no i'm no germaphobe i mean you know me i kind of had kids it's impossible i have no problem with germs or getting messier getting dirty or anything but just to give everybody a little window into what is like to to live in my house my wife and i celebrated our nineteen th wedding anniversary this week and we celebrated by going in watching deadpool two at that has any kind of show into what our family life is like but we ended up going to theater we need to old school or would you showed up when the movie was starting it's been out for a while so we weren't worried about crowds and ended up being one of the theaters that had the really nice reclining motorise reclining seats you know big comfy seats and everything and i loved it and it was super comfy but i was a little bit creeped out about lay in my head down on the head rest part because you kinda thinking whose head has been on this are they really coming through and wiping these things down in between every movie or what am i getting into my head so my note to myself was next time i go to like this i'm bringing like some clorox bleach wipes or something with me i'll wipe it down real quick and then i'll be good but yeah i kind of have the same sort of like what the heck is going on in this chair what has been going on in this chair before i got in it sort of phobia so i know where he's coming from i can i can understand that one i agree with him on that one as well okay this is another good one people drinking.

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