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"clorox" Discussed on The Garden Question

The Garden Question

03:39 min | Last month

"clorox" Discussed on The Garden Question

"People have to be careful because with Clorox, you are going to get a Clorox smell. That I don't particularly like. Yeah. I don't use that. Bacteria is the thing that gets in your water and forms on the stems that clog your stems up and then they can not take up any more water. You use the term turgid, explain to us what that is. Tragedy in a plant is when the cell is full of water, such as like at its maximum ability to hold water. That is when you see what you would call a healthy plant that shiny and it's standing up straight. It is very turgid. And that means every cell in it is full of water. If you lose turgidity, your plant looks wilted. And it's like a balloon. If a balloon is full of air, it's tight, if it loses air, it starts getting soft and then of course it loses too much air, then it becomes limp. And that's exactly what a plan does. Accept it water instead of air. When you're selecting a stem or a piece of granary, what do you need to think about when you look at that and you're making your choices? First of all, I have in my mind what style of arrangement I'm going to be making or I should say maybe what shape I'm going to be doing and that is in reference to do I need tall straight stems? Do I need some stems that bend or curve? Once I have that in my head, then as I go out into the garden to pick, I start looking for branches or flowers that will fit into those shapes that I need. That way I don't have to artificially alter them or put them in an unnatural position. It takes some time here at work they think I'm a little odd sometimes I'm standing in front of this tree just looking at it. I'm searching through that tree like a dogwood looking for the exact branch that I want to use.

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"clorox" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:33 min | Last month

"clorox" Discussed on WTOP

"On a warm fall night, the crowds were elbow to elbow on the sidewalks of 17th street. It's exciting, right? Absolutely. Energy is really good. It came to see drag queens and elaborate costumes. Chiffon and sequined gowns, somewhere in crowns or glimmering headdresses fall in high heels, racing from P to R streets. This group of Friends has been doing the high heel race since oh God, for almost over ten years. Mayor Bowser said the race celebrates D.C. values and shows D.C. is not just government, it's also about fun. In DuPont circle particularly on WTO P news. Check your cabinets, Clorox says it's pine saw all purpose cleaner may contain bacteria that could cause serious illness in people with compromised immune systems. Clorox is now recalling 37 million bottles of scented multi surface cleaners and all purpose cleaners. In effect, 8 different versions of pine saw, but the recall does not include its iconic original pine scented pine sol, the affected products were made between January of last year and September of this year. In China there appears to be a first for COVID vaccines. It's a vaccine in mist form that can be sucked in through the mouth. The inhalable medication is being offered at no charge as a booster dose for previously vaccinated individuals in Shanghai. Needle free vaccines are easier to administer and China's government leaders want more people to get booster shots before they can relax their strict pandemic restrictions. Coming up another top aid to former president Trump questioned by the January 6th committee, 9 43, everyone here knows

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 Clorox recalls cleaning products that may contain bacteria

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Clorox recalls cleaning products that may contain bacteria

"There's a Clorox cleaning product recall due to possible bacteria Clorox says it has recalled its scented multi surface cleaners in all purpose cleaners The cleaners may contain a bacteria that could cause serious illness in people with compromised immune systems the recall doesn't include its iconic original pine scented pine saw which is its only product registered as a disinfectant the recall also includes scented Clorox pro pineal all purpose cleaners and chlorox professional pine cell lemon fresh cleaners the recall affects products produced between January 2021 and September 2022 consumers should take pictures of the 12 digit UPC code and the date code they're the product in its container in the trash and contact the company for a refund I'm

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"clorox" Discussed on > Better Series

> Better Series

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on > Better Series

"It did not convey a message about the challengers bag, the challenger was glad, which is made by Clorox. However, in the TV commercial featuring John Cena and Rob Schneider, there was a scene with a wall of in the supermarket of hefty bags and a wall of wimpy bags, which were yellow and red, which is sort of similar to the way a Clorox sorry a glad bag box looks. And, you know, Rob Schneider comments that he's being represented by the wimpy box and John Cena, who's big and strong, is represented by the hefty box and it conveyed the message that the wimpy bags were sort of ineffectual and weak. And we found that that image showed that the glad bags the competitors bag were weak. And also there was a express price comparison claim to glad at the end of the commercial. So here, hefty hefty hefty wimpy wimpy wimpy in the context of the television commercial conveyed a message that it was actually glad bags that were wimpy wimpy wimpy. That was a comparative claim. Even though it wasn't expressly stated about the comparative strength of the trash bags. And they could not use that hefty hefty hefty would be of the whippy line in the commercial that made it seem that glad bags were wimpy. But in the radio ad, which did not reference glad in that sort of back and forth about hefty hefty hefty and wimpy wimpy wimpy, it was okay. It was just the tagline it was puffy. So here the context of the price comparison claim and then the trade dress of wimpy being looking like a glad bag was enough to transform that tagline into a comparative performance claim. And it was no longer buffering. Wow, again, we have two great examples here. And I think we could go on for another hour talking about how context changes everything in these puffery examples. So I'm going to have to think about this one for a minute. The best sleep you've ever had with a

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"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

Fix It 101

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

"The chemicals to keep the quote mold out and things like that. Because I got talked out of the white and went with a gray. And I'm so grateful that I did, because I lost that fight. You lost it. I hope you got stock in tile X or Clorox. To clean that L the time. I guess that's what stripping your thing off is cleaning it with bleach every time you're pretty much, there's a product line shooter in the name of it now. That they sell at Lowe's and they have an everyday cleaner and they have stripper or like you would say like a heavy duty. I think it's an acid cleaner. So once a year, I say use that stuff. And take it, take it off, take it down, scrub it, clean it up real good, and then come back and put a couple coats of the sealer on it. And then use your everyday cleaner to clean it because it's not as harsh to it. And for everything, for you saying that and every time Pam pulls out a need to check this every 6 months on the show, which is usually every week. Just walking around your house doing stuff. It is. It's a job to take care of your house. And yet what's so interesting to me is that folks, they won't pay attention and then they get all angry when it's time to sell it, and there's all these problems. And it's basically because they just didn't pay attention. And we're going to talk about garage doors. Yes, that's what I was just about to get to. One of the things that people don't think about is how dangerous that garage door is. Well, it's crazy. We've had a garage door specialist on the show before. And you know, there's a lot of things that you can look at on your garage door and help out with. Probably the biggest thing when we had a garage door guy here on the show was it's unbelievable how many people's your eyes doors stop working and they don't know that it's the little lights on either side. Of the garage that point at each other, the little eyes that point at each other that know when something's crossed when to close the door when it opens the door. It's funny because you can redirect those things sometimes just by hand just by eyeballing it. If you got a friend that can help you with that, you won't the beams to be able to connect because that's what we're doing is breaking the beam. Right. But if you don't have that and that door comes down and you've not tested those springs. Right. It can hurt you. I have a friend that it dislocated a shoulder. I have a cousin who killed her cat. Wow. I mean, these doors are heavy. And if they don't have a way, and we're not checking how they reverse, they should have Shane helped me with this. There is a, it's called a safety reverse. So if the beam doesn't work, and that door hits something, it should immediately back back up. I've seen that. That'll happen sometimes if the door gets kind of out of kilter a little bit, 'cause I've had one brand new installed and then go down about halfway and come back up, miss because the side rails were too close together and it was pinching them. Those pinching them. They had to come back out and adjust. And I was like, did you not check the thing before you laugh? It's interesting. Well, there's some screws on the back side of the motor. Now, before the friend, you can get put the friend on the ladder, and you can stand at the door, and you can use some people use paper towels, you can actually grab it with your hand. I don't recommend that because if the spring is too strong, it could really jerk on you. If there's a loose screw in the spring, you've got to projectile. Right. So, and I've even seen people use a two by four. The reason I don't like the two by four is that if this, if it's too strong and it hits that two by four, you've just torn up that door. Yeah. Because it'll bend and crack. They are in the middle. So the person who is on the ladder can adjust these tiny screws that are on the back side of that motor to where it is more sensitive so that it will back out. Another thing I want folks to look at, I want you to stare up, open your door and go look at where the chain goes right down the middle. Right. Okay. Right above that chain. I want you to look at the condition of the top of the panel of that door. If it's split, there's a problem. Huh. Interesting. And it will start. It means that there's too much stress there, and that door going up and down. It's just like my knees going up and up and down. They're wearing out. So that door will start to split right there. And I've seen them, then you go, and it hits something, and it'll split that door right down the middle. Well, I think a lot of us have some garage door stories under one of the things I wanted to say before we get into this is that if you've got a garage door, don't go playing with those springs. Don't go thinking you can DIY those springs. Don't touch the springs. Now the springs are getting literally be deadly if you do that wrong if you don't know what you're doing. So leave those alone, let a pro deal with those springs. But, you know, the panels and things like that, there are things you can do to spruce them up or I've seen one friend of mine had the kind that I guess they're aluminum or ten or whatever. And they were able to pop it back out, repaint it, and everything it was on the card and popped it back out, repainted it, got everything looking at it. That's the big thing that I'll see is that there'll be dented from the inside because mama got in with the kids that morning and forgot the door was reversed. Well, if you don't fix that, then you're starting to get some stress on it when it goes up and down. Right. And especially if it hits it right at the seam, you can really have some problems with it. You can check some things. I think there's a spray. You can put on the bearings. So I was sitting in my backyard sipping my coffee one morning, and I was like, what is that? I sounded like cats were fighting. And it was a garage door. They hadn't put anything on the bearings in a while, and it sounded like cats. What happened to clothes? Okay. All.

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"clorox" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I mean, not just some rumors about this justice is leading that way. Anonymous sources say the whole decision is out. And somebody put it out. Somebody, somebody leaked this. By the way, the leaking is a crime. Here is a statute 18 USC 6 41. It's a crime to knowingly convert any record of the United States, including legal opinions. And release it personally for your quote personal use, but in this case, to serve some personal agenda penalty one to ten years in prison. Now, the draft that we're talking about of this opinion was written in February. So it's not current. And what happens with these drafts is that they go to the other justices and they go to their Clorox. It's essentially a deliberative process. The other justices are supposed to weigh in. And it has been the case in the past when sometimes the in that process of deliberation. And in fact, the process of writing, rebuttals, raising points that the original justice may not have thought of. The original justice might revise his opinion. The opinion may come out different, or the outcome may come out different. In other words, sometimes even the vote, which might be 5 to four can change. I don't think that will be the case here. It appears that there are, I mean, this is an issue in which obviously the justices have given a great deal of thought. They know the gravity of the issue. And so I don't expect that we're going to see a shift in the number of votes. But shifting the vote throughout outside pressure appears to be the strategy of the leaker. In other words, if you look at what possible motive, would you have to leak this document? Well, it's hard to see the document being leaked from the right. Why would you do it? Why would you want to put out early? Not only the outcome of the case, but the full decision. And you would want to do that in a very thoughtful and measured and planned way. But the leaker had other intentions which I will pick up in the next segment. Have you heard of bogo? Well, it means.

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"clorox" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:09 min | 7 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"Relative strength this year and probably has a good valuation support on the out your numbers. All right, let's get to the next earnings alert for your shares of Clorox lower after hours despite a beating on the top and the bottom line. Let's get to Christina parks and nebulas with all the details. Christina. Thanks Melissa, so the maker of glad bags and fresh step cat litter Clorox is seeing its shares dropping after hours trading. After the company cut full year profit projections because of inflation, rising costs from commodities, manufacturing and logistics are all eating into profits, gross margin would just shy of 36%, which is lower than last year, the CEO expects an extra $30 million of added rising costs during the period and says, quote, we continue to see volatility and uncertainty in the macro environment, the company does also see its full year 2022 net sales declining anywhere between one and 4%. And the warnings weighing on the stock despite Clorox posting a quarterly profit and stronger than expected 2% net sales growth in the March quarter, and shoppers be warned. Everyone watching right now, Clorox plans, another round of price hikes this summer. Christina, thank you. Time to stock up on the glad bags, Tim, before prices go. Yeah, that's what I do. I mean, how many price tags are that's what I do. Weather. A few more and they're passing it on. And I'll just say this about inflation. You know, copper was down in another 3% today, and there's some sense if you look at the copper prices are that we maybe hit peak inflation, but back to Clorox. Down one to 4% on sales, 29 multiple, not cheap, and an environment where you would expect consumer Staples to continue to outperform, but not one where you have these kinds of price pressures. So not terribly far from your 52 week low. I do think the things that drive demand for Clorox are also not what we're going to see for the next 12 months. Remember how everybody needed Clorox wipes. Everybody needed bleach. Everybody needed so there was a COVID pull forward here and the multiple of yesterday is not the multiple tomorrow. I don't think you need to step in and buy this. Yeah, I mean, I think that's a dilemma with consumer staple stocks in this market environment. You want to buy them, but they are expensive relative to the markets relative to themselves. Jeff mills, and so you got to wonder whether or not they are worth it at this point, especially as they're facing higher costs. Yeah, I agree. And I actually think if you start to see Staples lag, that's a good thing. If you look at equal weighted consumer discretionary versus Staples, that has been such a good risk barometer since the march 2020 lows. You know, when that relationship reversed and Staples started out performing, the market followed. So if you start to see names like Clorox lag, that's probably a good thing because I do think if things get really bad, then people are going to pile into these names sort of regardless of valuation, but because I'm sort of in the middle, I think the economy slows down noticeably, but I don't know that we get into that recessionary zone. You know, I mentioned a name like Dollar General the other day, trading at 20 times versus 27 times four Clorox, and it does have better growth prospects, at least in my opinion. So I would prefer to play in that middle ground for a slowdown, but maybe not super high valuation Staples. All right, we are just getting started here on fast money. Here's what's coming up next. Heading upstream shares of Roku surging, but the move is one of our traders scratching his head..

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"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

Fix It 101

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

"Drain on it. We also just had a straight brain that went outside the house. But this one has a drain that has an opening inside the house where you're supposed to put reach down at every fell off and so my problem is that since I've started. Just awful odor every once in a while out of the seating. That can be a couple of different do you have gas or do you have electric stuff in there? Electric. Electric. Sometimes in an electric system, you have to have a, what they call a P trap in the system. So depending on what side they put that T on where you're actually pouring the Clorox down there, but whatever. That can allow that sewer gas to come back and get in the house. So somebody needs to come in there and cap that T, we're putting that Clorox, then it has a cat. It has a serious cap on there. You have to take off. If that's the case, either the patriarch is leaning too much and it's draining the water out of it or the trap is getting sucked dry. Which is allowed. And the winter time, that does happen so during the summertime, you're constantly having water in there in the winter time, it'll dry out. So what you can do is go in there and fill it back up with water, just put some water in there, and let it fill that trap back up and say if you smell that smell the end. Right. Folks, what he's talking about is that if you look under your sink just about anybody, there's a curvy part at the bottom. That's called the prat. The reason why that's there is that part fills up with water, stays full of water and won't let gases come back up through your pipes. Exactly. So that's why that's there. It actually kind of plugs the hole per se. You will have a P trap on every drain in your house. Tubs, sinks, vanities, toilets, toilets, ever built in pea trap. And that way you can keep the gases from coming back up. But like you said, if it goes dry, I know one of my sinks is connected to another sink. And this happens all the time in my house. One of the things goes dry and then I've got a guess. Sometimes I don't pull a vacuum. We do it in commercial buildings. We put floor drains in. Right. Well, the floor drains always dry. Right. You're constantly putting water in that floor drain. Right. Okay. I wish we had a video camera in here. I really do. People could actually see us in here doing all doing it. We do a lot of hand talking. That's coming in the future, Carolina. You'll be able to see this on camera. There you go. Does that help Caroline? I think so. When you take off the lid to the drain, it is dry inside. Yeah, take a little bottle of water and just pull yourself in. Just pour some water in there. Okay. Well, thank you so much. Thank you. Appreciate it. Just letting those gases escape. Okay. All right, never to call us 8 7 7 MPB ring that's 877-672-7464. It's time for another break, but when we return, we're going to talk more about your home improvement projects and more specifically about your AC or whatever Timmy's doing now. So stay tuned. If you want to join today's show, give us a call at 8 7 7 MPB ring.

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"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:51 min | 10 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Putting a spotlight on growing violence in communities across the U.S. Biden visited a public school in New York City Thursday and listened to community leaders talk about the importance of violence prevention programs He called on lawmakers to authorize more money for community policing efforts The answer's not to defund the police is to give you the tools the training the funding to be partners to be protectors A Republican senator is hopeful the Senate will move forward soon on a Russian sanctions package South Carolina's Lindsey Graham said it would involve sanctions now for the provocation Russia has been engaged in with Ukraine I'm Brian schuch And I'm Brian Curtis in Los Angeles Let's check this hour to stop business stories and the markets Asian stocks are mixed U.S. equity futures are rising after a sell off on Thursday sentiment steady after Amazon snap and Pinterest delivered strong earnings Amazon had blockbuster profit in the fourth quarter and raised prices on its Prime membership Bloomberg's evalu with more The annual price of prime will rise by $20 to a $139 The first increase since 2018 executives touted the slate of live sports content to come a new series like Lord of the Rings beyond benefits like shipping discounts Amazon was also able to negate higher input costs and labor challenges in the quarter with monster profits some of that tied to gains on its investment in EV maker rivian The clouds and advertising unit which was broken out for the first time also performed well Amazon jumped about 15% in late trading On monetary policy the Bank of England raised rates 25 basis points as expected The ECB stood pat but Christine Lagarde was less dovish than expected by analysts In other news Tiger global management has raised more than $11 billion for its latest venture capital fund It will target another $1 billion before the close in March and toshiba will build a new 300 millimeter wafer fabrication plant for power semiconductors The plant will more than double its production capacity by March of 2025 And China Taiwan and Vietnam markets are closed in Asia but the Hank sing index has rallied 2.6% of stunning 625 points of upside Then he came his flat the ASX 200 is down about two tenths of 1% Dalian one 1497 yield on the ten year treasury 1.84% Global news 24 hours a day live and on Bloomberg quick take Brought to you by 2700 journalists and analysts in a 120 countries around the world In Los Angeles I'm Brian Curtis reporting This is Bloomberg This is Bloomberg law with June grotto from Bloomberg radio All.

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"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"It in three months And if interest rates start rising people are not going to be levering up and wanting to spend on their credit cards Well what did they spend in on though I mean that's the question I mean I think when we looked at some of that credit card data it seemed to show that it was kind of this rotation if you will with regards to consumer spending moving from certain types of items to another But at one point does that sort of become what is the old musical chairs where they take the chair away And at some point you're only going to spend on Clorox wipes and Oreos Well I think what's really important is generally do consumers continue to spend in some way whether it's travel whether it's on things is the economy strong enough do wage you know is there enough wage growth to continue that supports some kind of spending going forward and continues to support Caroline economic growth which will ultimately support earnings growth Did you know there's a bomb cyclone heading our way As long as you have Oreos at home will be fine right We have some upstairs on the 6th floor Remains got a new puppy to be worried No dog food to worry about Puppy inflation It's now our second mascot on the show You're spending on puppies We have a new puppy too right Like we're spending it Okay so you know same You know the pain It's eating into my entire wallet And not just for snowstorms peeps that are life Three new puppies out of 5 So we've got to work on timing What's the point The two is a little babies It'll keep spending You will keep spending All right folks we're gonna be back in less than an hour's time for beyond the bell Cross platform coverage on radio TV and YouTube We're gonna.

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"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

Fix It 101

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on Fix It 101

"Okay, the person that's working on it now did not do the installation. Okay, that's probably good then. Yeah. Well, I would talk to that technician about getting some opinions, get them to look at it and say, what caused this rust? Where is the rust is the result of water? So where's the water coming from? Well, the root, it's right outside probably not more than two feet away from the house and it does when it rained. It does drip and okay, so am I hearing you say this is a packaging? Yeah, something there's water getting in that cabinet somehow. Well, but they're meant to be outside. Yeah. They're designed to be outside, so. But something. That's a tree falling. Something has happened to that package unit. Yeah. Yeah, something's calls in that to get. Sounds like your contractor is on the job. That sounds good. I do want to make a correction on PVC dryer vent. It is not recommended. Okay. No. Okay. All right, thanks, sharing. We appreciate it. Thank you very much. Thanks. Sorry about that. Pam, I did want to say we got an email in this week that I wanted to share with everybody because if you remember last show, someone called in and had a leak on right at the toilet and. We went around this thing and I immediately answered like an idiot because I'm not the contractor, and I said, probably your wax ring. And Jeff chimed in and said, maybe your wax ring, maybe. And then Pam stopped us and said, you know, before you pull a toilet off the ground. Which is not easy. Check the bolt under the tank. Well, we got this email in on Wednesday November 10th max called with a question about a small error toilet, thinking the wax seal would probably fail. Pam suggested checking for leaks around the tank bolts. Sure enough, that was the problem. Simple fix, thank you, Pam and thank you fix it one O one. Awesome. Very cool, huh? You know, something that'll cause those and I didn't think to mention this last year, I did, I mean, last week, when you sent me that, tell me about that. Those bolts, you know what people do that just will deteriorate your toilet faster than anything. What? Put those hands in there. Oh man. Such a bad. I did that one time. What they're talking about, those little Clorox things that you drop into the tank. That's right. What bleach does to rubber is completely rotted out. Oh, and then the metal is just going to completely rust that metal out. And I'll tell you I'll walk into it because I do home inspections and that is what I do for a living, but I'll pull the tank lid to kind of look down in there and there's the tab, and there's the rusted bolts. Right. Right. Those bleach tablets that like hockey pucks that go in your pool, not your toilet tank. Yeah, that everybody buys. Grocery store to have clean water in there in their tank, and I'm like, wow. Right. He won't clean water in the time. All right, it's time for us to take our first break for the hour. We want to hear from you. Do you have a project you want to finish before Thanksgiving? Yes. Thanksgiving guests arrive. Well, let us help. If you have any questions, comments are just tell us what you want up. What project.

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"clorox" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Looks so youthful. Because of his cookie, Clorox, chick lits and Crazy, wind driven Elvis lettuce. Not bad. Actually. There now. Now now. So true. He does look very youthful and part of that might be because of his cookie Clorox chick Lits and his crazy wind driven Elvis lettuce. That is ridiculous. Table is ridiculous, man. Alvin's No kid. He's got that crazy, wind driven Elvis Elvis lettuce that we all want. And those cookie Clorox Chick lits. Always got a good look. Yo. The look of a 12 year old. As I mentioned one thing to bench your wait. Don't don't hit the bench yourself. Don't do it, Alvin. I see you looking around for it. Bench. The salt. Thank you. Things you want to be able to do. Bench your weight. Shoot your age. And look younger than the number of kids you have. Shoot the glass. Nobody's ever done that until now. Alvin is the first Alright. Still ahead. It's an open phone first hour, but in order for an open phone first hour to work, I need good phone calls. I'm getting cause Just none that I think will make it better. If you can make it better, you cut the line. We're on pain next hour..

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"clorox" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

Dateable Podcast

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on Dateable Podcast

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Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President  of R-Zero

Outcomes Rocket

02:47 min | 1 year ago

Democratizing Access to Hospital-Grade Disinfection with Eli Harris, President of R-Zero

"Talk to us a little bit about our zero. What is it that you guys are doing. how are you adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Yes so it was almost sixteen months ago. Now with the academic. I started a a ticket hold. I got in touch with the two mentors in mind. Both entrepreneurs who i've known for about a decade and the three of us started talking about how there's certain events throughout history that just create everlasting societal and infrastructural changes in a dork way. We kinda like in what was happening of the pandemic to nine eleven. How after nine eleven. We have the department of homeland security. You have. tsa fourteen thousand agents. You still can't take a water bottle of where shoes through the airport. You go to a ballgame. You walk through a metal detector. These are all new standards that were created and adopted post nine eleven in some of these psychological star tissue after that event accelerated decrease adoption of those standards. But we never arrest fundamentally the world took on a new posture around security in all shared spaces at our thesis. Fear was at this event of the pandemic was going to broaden that word security to biosecurity to biosafety and in the standards that all organizations are gonna fold as they regard a human health in the safety of their staff their patrons of their communities at large so what we did. Kind of unpacking the disinfection industry. And we've learned quickly that this is a massive industry. Hundreds of billions of dollars market cap governed by these goliath players. Ecolab clorox se. johnson diversey. All of these companies are extremely old. Some over a hundred years old and more or less all pushing commodity chemicals and our response to the pandemic was to go around and host buildings down the chemicals. And that's what we did in. This industry has not evolved with the technology that is becoming become commonplace in almost every other industry. It's extremely antiquated in what we're doing with chemicals. I mean there's there's a lot of limitations there one is. They're not always that effective. There's a lot of human error and how they're applied there's a massive labor cost a massive op ex chemical costs at. It's horrible for the environment. So we got in touch with. Dr richard wade and dr wade actually ran cal osha for fifteen years. He taught at harvard oxford. Uc irvine. We like to call him. The michael jordan's disinfection. He's he's forgotten more about this industry than most of us will ever learn. And he's quite special but he let us on a study to really understand. What are the best tools that exist in infection prevention today. And why have we not democratized access to those

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"clorox" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"It's tuesday august third. Welcome markets fully. I'm chris hill with me today. Our man in north carolina awesome charm. Thanks for being here. Hey chris thanks for having me. It's good to wipe the clean slate with a new day referring with a little bit of foreshadowing to a certain company that we're going to talk about that. Specializes in disinfectant wipes among other products. But good to be with you once again. Absolutely we've got athletic apparel. We've got the sexy world of research but we're going to start with what turns out to be a rough into the fiscal year for clorox. Shares are falling more than ten percent this morning after fourth quarter profits and revenue came in lower than expected. I was saying the wreck before we started.

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"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

"Ear but right now Some of the guidance that we're hearing from some of these companies. They're doing with more confidence. And i think that's what's getting investor's attention right here. No good com sephiha. Clorox day was stasis. Ninety one thousand nine hundred stock at one point. Clearly we're not going to be using as much dental whitecaps we should have been using clorox because the delta verron is certainly something that shaking investors says yes. Plenty of clorox on the second. Say although i will say when you talk about clorox some of these inflationary pressures remain was brain love it. I've invesco just saying that he's really looking for some of those pressures to ease to moderate so continuing to reiterate in this market that it isn't well as persistent as perhaps maybe we thought getting the closing bells here. The dow jones industrial average going to finish the day up about eight tenths of a percent. That's two hundred eighty points. The nasdaq composite up about six tenths of a percent. That's about eighty points. This and be five hundred right now is up. Eight tenths of a percent forty four twenty three thirty nine if that holds just to check my math year. That is going to be a record. High forty four twenty to thirty. That was the record high from july twenty six so we are above that. Of course we do know these numbers take a little bit to settle so one tick upper down of course could change this but right now that is a record high as for the russell two thousand well decided to get in on the party today. Only up four tenths of a percent. But we'll take a twenty two twenty three sixty s and p five hundred three hundred and forty companies thus far have reported we are more than halfway through at least when it comes to the big ones romaine. Should i do it. Should i talk about. What percent is that have beat earnings. I go ahead. Okay well yeah. More than eighty six percent thus far have beat earning. So it's a question of expectations though because expectations have been pretty high. So we haven't seen this crisis if we get the ninety percent next quarter. Will you wear a tie exist so thinking about those expectations though it really does. Let's let's do. Tim some of those expectations that we see in this market let's take..

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"clorox" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on Behind The Baller Podcast with Ben Baller

"Fleischmann and the coffee breakers crew. Boy steve yoki. Someone offered my boy. Dan thirty five thousand dollars for my project. Twenty twenty one. Oh one gold. Mike trout card and he said no not ferguson ended up or whatever but it was crazy he said no. It's pretty impressive. But more importantly there were at least sixty thousand people inside that convention. At any given time k i would say maybe ten fifteen percent at most had masks on it was insane k. I guarantee that they never had a turn out like that before. In fact the from the national did they said that they never. This was the biggest national ever k. Wednesday was even crazier than thursday. But i got so shook die left after ten minutes. I didn't even take my mouth off for one second and even on thursday right before my event i got to the fucking convention center. I got such bad anxiety. That i ran to the bathroom. Haida fucking wiped out whole motherfucker. Donald clorox wipes and i had diarrhea k. Yeah i know. Tmi but friday was craziest fuck to at the national by the way trying to get an uber in rosemont okay or chicago period was just impossible. I it took me over an hour just to get from o'hare to the hotel while hotels on the mile right at one. Pm in the afternoon on fucking wednesdays. I've never seen traffic that bad before. The average wait time for an uber or lift at most of the times was like an hour to ninety minutes at the convention. Forget about it. Downtown chicago real bad thirty minutes on a fucking at whatever time. Get just to get a fucking car to go wherever okay. I could have got a.

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"clorox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"clorox" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You wouldn't look to the science and you know, people even injected themselves with corporate e need really? Did you acknowledge him? Listen, wait, wait, wait. I just want to make sure I heard what you said. Did you say that He injected himself with Clorox. Now, now, you know, he suggests that maybe we could use Explorer. I think I think that you misinterpreted what he said. But that's okay. So let me ask you this. Do you think President Biden Could have at least acknowledged that President Trump had put the vaccination program warp speed on the fast track. I mean, originally they were saying we won't get a vaccine for two with for years. I remember that clearly. Do you remember that? I do remember that night. So you know, I remember when the vaccine is accomplished Still in here when the vaccine was being, um, way a college distributed, Yeah. It would have been a nightmare. Okay, It just would have been a major. Do you think you think that? Let me ask you this question again? I'm not trying to debate you. I'm just trying to see if what sort of a level of fairness we can achieve. When Massachusetts started their vaccine distribution here in early February, didn't go smoothly or was there a lot of problems? There were a lot of problems because Trump he left everything OK, Trump's Trump's fault. Okay, good enough. Go in. If you think that the problems in Massachusetts Well, because the Trump did Trump in Massachusetts decide that they would not be phone banks for folks over 70 75 older and that those folks were sent to figure it out on Derek that computer. Was that Trump that did them. Hey, no, no, no, That's not what I'm saying asking you that whose fault.

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That Good Night With Sunita Puri

Terrible, Thanks For Asking

04:21 min | 1 year ago

That Good Night With Sunita Puri

"We're talking with dr sunita puri who works at the keck school of medicine at university of southern california as the daughter of a doctor sue. Nita grew up watching an admiring her mother's work so my mom's job was literally part of our household. I really think of medicine as the fifth person or concept living in our home in addition to my parents and my brother. And i and i really vividly remember. I must have been five years old. And i remember her leaving at probably four thirty five in the morning to drive from where we lived in evansville indiana to louisville where she was a resident in kentucky and i remember her in her blue blue font and her surgical scrubs and every day. I would hear her getting ready to go. It's like i was time to wake up at that time. And i would just start crying. I try to grab onto her legs so she wouldn't go. My dad would have to pull me off of her. I think my brother was an infant at the time so he doesn't remember this. But i always had this deep craving for my mother to be around more than she was and at the same time i remember being like probably six years old and going to the hospital with her and her holding my hand and us going into the post anesthesia. Care unit. she's an anesthesiologist. So after her patients came out of the operating room she would go check on them and so she took me with her. And i must not have been really even tall enough to see much over the hospital beds of these patients. But i remember my mom letting go of my hand and holding. Her patients hand that movement of her hand stands in my mind very clearly because she did put her hands on patients. She touched them with her hands and with her words and she would tell them. You did great in surgery house. You noncha- how's your pain. What can i do to help you feel better now that the hardest part is over and i just remember looking at her and the tenderness of her voice was the same with her patients as it was with me and i'll never forget the smell in the post anesthesia. Care unit of this kind of mix of clorox and some other very tough cleaning agents. I'll never forget the moans. I heard from patients who needed pain medicine. And i'll never forget how my mother would not just look down at them. She'd often pull up a chair so that they didn't have to crane their necks and she was i level with them and that to me really showed me not just how you can be a doctor but how you can be a human being connecting with another person. That was what soon nida envisioned for her life. That kind of connection. I was very conflicted about whether to go into medicine. I always have had the heart of a writer in a more creative person played piano classically for many years. I read voraciously. I wrote horrible teenage poetry. And i always had this more artistic bent me and in college. I really struggled with whether i want to go into medicine or whether i want to teach english in high school whether i just want to be a writer on my own terms and what ultimately led me to medicine was because i really wanted to be in the world as my mother was and knowing that that was her way of contributing to the betterment of the world it was always something that had this gravitational pull for me. I also really loved anatomy. Physiology biology and figuring out how those things interact with someone psyche so it was always there but i really decided not to go as a time writer because that pulled a little harder at me.

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Purell Hopes Well Sanitize Long After the Pandemic Ends

Business Wars Daily

03:27 min | 1 year ago

Purell Hopes Well Sanitize Long After the Pandemic Ends

"Daily on this friday february fifth. Happy friday everyone. Here's a question. How much hand sanitizer did you use this week. And betting a lot certainly more than you use before the start of the covid nineteen pandemic well. The same probably goes for the number of extra paper towel rolls. Unopened surface cleaners. You have stored in your home. There is no question that the pandemic has changed our buying habits but it's also changed our hygiene hazards including you guessed it. Just how much sanitizer. We use on our hands as you might expect. Sales of pure l. Hand sanitizer jumped six hundred percent in two thousand and twenty no surprise there and go joe industries which makes pure. Al recently made a move. That's a rarity in its sector. They built a new factory and a new warehouse. Now that is an expensive undertaking. Unless of course. There's a payoff which begs the question. Will there be pure l. Says yes there are betting that demand for hand sanitizer will remain high even when the pandemic is eventually in the rear view mirror. Go jos chief. Executive kerry jairus told the wall street journal that the company which previously had one factory in one warehouse wasn't planning to build any more for a decade but then again they also weren't planning for a global pandemic soon pure l. started flying off the shelves and go joe decided to build. That's a risky move. That other companies within demand products aren't ready to make yet clorox which sells disinfecting cleaners hand wipes and hand sanitizers also saw demand grow during the pandemic as did lysol which sells cleaners and yes hand sanitizer but instead of breaking ground on new buildings clorox and lysol looked for other ways to expand and make more products faster. The wall street journal reported that both companies reconfigured existing factories to increase output and they hired third party manufacturers to make more products if the pandemic ends and demand decreases well. They can simply discontinue the third party products and not lose much money if anything. The pandemic has crowded the hand sanitizer market companies like proctor and gamble which did not sell sanitizer previously jumped into action at the beginning of the pandemic and produce their own sanitizer safeguard for consumers. And don't forget the distilleries texas based vodka maker tito's produced more than eleven hundred tons of hand sanitizer between march and december of last year which they gave away to first responders and other critical personnel other distilleries across the country bottled their sanitizers for profit. Which helped him stay afloat. When tours and tastings were cancelled someday someday this pandemic will be over and when that day comes. Procter and gamble will likely return to their diverse portfolio of laundry detergent shampoo and toothpaste. Tito's will once again focus on cocktails clorox and lysol will continue to meet house cleaning needs but burell

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"clorox" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"clorox" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"New design trend happening and what it is is everything is becoming more rounded and softer. So the exterior body work you're going to notice on the new SUVs And In fact, most cars that are coming out for next year and beyond, are all going to be softer on drowned her. Has that got something to do with us wanting to hook just like me one another, because we can't because of the virus, who said soft loose, who said who said softer and rounder was going to be the theme this yourself like the car gods, or they? There's a cab, all of Designers that said, softer and rounder is the theme. Well, It's really weird, because, you know, I got a press release from one manufacturer, and then I thought, Oh, this. This looks really nice. This looks cool. I think checked everybody else. They're all following one another. Everybody's following one of Robert you first reported on this round. Trend on Audi a year ago, didn't you? I did? Yeah, I You know it's possible. The thing about design is that you are influenced by stuff around you whether it's trainers watches clothes. Kitchen utensils, you know, 11 designer designed to particular shape. Another designer sees it, It sticks in his mind. It comes out in a different way. It's very, very possible that algae set this transfer Now everybody can thank you for setting. Everybody go wise to this trend, and all the other designers heard your report and now followed suit That said they're following her skin. Yeah. So well, can I just throw in another new trend? Very quickly. Sister 11 liner. Watch this one. Do you know that designers and engineers are producing and developing Antiviral and anti bacteria surfaces for the interior off you. Cars that will be their final is coming out their fun facts we learn on the audio labs show. Antiviral surfaces. That's why it's a lab. That's right. A lab Clorox every rental car get into well soon you won't have to do that. Well, we'll have to do a report next week on how motorists can protect themselves in getting into strange cause. But right now, Robert Standby we'll look forward to hearing you will advance driving tips in the next hour. But right now we have one of Ah favorite callers. Charlie Finch has a comment for the new Year, Charlie. Happy New Year My Porcelli Auto, Laver's and a captive thousands before I get to Robert Erskine start works..

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Hogger Is The Latest Character Coming To Heroes Of The Storm

The Business of Esports

06:04 min | 2 years ago

Hogger Is The Latest Character Coming To Heroes Of The Storm

"Kind just lead off with the biggest news story of possibly the year. Any sports okay. I thought last week you'll ever what i thought last week. It was the biggest ever. No this is it. We've had a lot of biggest weeks but this week may be the biggest of all because this week. Here's the storm. Got a new hero for the first time in like i can't even count. They literally just released new hero. There are people at blizzard. Still working on this game a parent apparantly. They literally they were like released official. Not some rogue employee's official. They started listening to the podcast. There like that kid. William really likes the store and we gotta give him a new hero and bam. They're literally like out of nowhere. You had no idea new hero. His name's hogger. He's a knoll he spins around. It's awesome so if you ask me how my week was. I think i just told you like leg world of warcraft harder. Well if warren bradshaw gary. Everyone's making jokes about like like his voice lines. Let me tell you how. I escaped storm wind. Keep you know how like harder is is one of. I would say if not the while hold on. I don't wanna go too far. It's i would argue top three memes ever okay. So leroy jenkins number one. Yup leroy jenkins is number. One number two is next ramos. Blood not like the play harder number two because harder river to. It's the first real like elite that you kill right. Yeah paul i. I know that and so it was like like the looking for group. Hogger is like you wanna mean at like level. Sixty in classic. Wow that's that's that's what you put out there right or you want or do you want to. You know you want to grief other players. You go and just cam poker. Because they're trying to kill him to finish whatever quest they've got and he just stand around the spine and one shot him. You know it's that hogger yes. It's that auger interesting You know nobody really knows. Like i mean these new heroes like they always seem overpowered at launch. You know i played him. I actually thought he was underpowered. But i think that has more to do with me being absolutely useless at the game despite playing it nonstop for six years so i felt like it just died off time when i played him but it doesn't matter at this point they could put a mouse mouse trap and a piece of cheese in the game and i would buy like i'd be like this is incredible when you actually have spent money on the game. Now oh my god. Yes so many like side like this new content. I bought the hair they released today by the are paul economic incentives. Like if i want them to keep releasing new heroes. I have to find out how. I still don't believe that. This is some official project at blizzard. I really believe it's. It's like two rogue employees that that that oxygen is paying behind under the table. Maybe maybe we should be quiet about. Maybe they've just survived because like nobody's notice there unlike closet somewhere somehow escaped eight. Hr shutdowns and it's like randy from what was it office space or whatever. The is just their house. We can keep developing. I it we hit. It has a very big user base. That game like it's not league level. It's clearly large enough for them to continue resources to some extent and look if they're shutting down starcraft that they're continuing to do lots as much as we mean about like. Oh la william. You're so weird to like that game like it added an audience. It's just not a huge audience but it's big enough that even a company like blizzard still invest something on it. So i mean i would assume on. Its own like i. I don't know how blizzard internally looks at projects right but do they. Are they sophisticated enough. I mean i'm sure they are but the question is do they break out sort of a pnl for each game. Right is simple enough to do that. Or is there so much intermingling of resources at the company eight possible. I cannot believe they do not have a pl specifically for that game at least on the revenue side cost side might be a little harder to attribute because you borrowed an artist here you re use an asset. Their pets like i. I have no doubt that the games are run as pretty strict individual. Pnl's with relatively high control that the must be profitable right to keep going. Yeah the the big question that kills things like this and organizations is hugh rationalizations right. This is why like coke and you know what is it. Clorox or old household price continuously cycle out brands. despite the fact that there are actually quite successful. Like if you. And i started one of those brands like this head. Skew rationalization is big driver of overall profitability. And big business says and that sort of what happened to starcraft right gut skew rationalized. Essentially i bet you for the investment on it it was still profitable. The question is could you put those dollars somewhere else and have a higher return. Could you put that management attention somewhere. And so i think it's interesting that the storm clearly. They're not scared to kind if they need to. They killed these sports scene right. It was dead until the cc l. But it is interesting that like you know they have. They don't skew so again. I think it speaks to. The game is a lot bigger than i think. People realize i mean. I just like to kid about it because it's a funny meam now. It's like our our top. Names are dumpster. Fire cures to the storm. What is lindsay's nickname. That's like our three or three like

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United Airlines lowering requirements for ‘premier’ frequent flyer program

Airplane Geeks Podcast

04:16 min | 2 years ago

United Airlines lowering requirements for ‘premier’ frequent flyer program

"United airlines lowering requirements for premier frequent flyer program in twenty twenty one fewer united mileage plus miles be required to qualify for premier status. There's an example given in the article on what it takes to achieve premier silver next year. Hillary choir thirty five hundred qualifying points or three thousand points. Plus eight flights and that compares to currently five thousand points or four thousand points plus twelve qualifying flights so His the headline says united is lowering the requirements brett. Does this seem like it's a A good idea on the part of the united wall. Something's a good idea because there's no way everyone's gonna qualify after this year but it does seem like the got in a room and said okay. How can we make this as complicated as possible. His i mean they've got you know reducing their requirements but then they they also give you like a balance to start with and then they give you bonuses for doing certain things that they're just like a million different ways to get there and i find it very confusing. It is confusing. They say that between january first and march thirty first they'll give passengers bonus points on their first three flights And then Mileage plus members. If you don't have premier status she'll get fifty percent extra points but premier members will get a hundred percent more points bread. I think you're right. It's it's a complicated formula i can. I can understand what they are trying to achieve. I think but the way they're going about. It seems kind of kind of funny. Yeah with the gold makes sense right. Because like i said. There's there's no way that people are gonna be traveling by the end of twenty twenty. The most people are not going to be qualifying. But i i don't know why they felt the need to make this so complicated. I compare this to its united. Well there could be I i'm Top tier with Hilton diamond status. What hilton is doing because their face with the same issue right people are not going to well. People are not using the Are staying at hotels with the frequency. They did in the past and so everybody sort of stands to lose their status so hilton is taking a very simple approach. And they're just saying that whatever your status was for last year that's going to be your status for twenty twenty one for next year. Your status just carries over and it just starts again. It just sounds so simple and that makes so much sense. I mean it's easy everyone. It's kind of equitable. I mean i'd like it. Well see this is where i get confused on this though is is it. Twenty twenty for twenty twenty one qualifying twenty twenty one. Twenty two qualifying. So you know. Maybe they'll they're saying it hilton is you can keep it through next year. But then what about qualifying for twenty two again. Twenty twenty one's gonna have the same. Problem is twenty twenty for qualifying that no one's gonna be flying as much especially in the first half of the year so i don at a complicated. It is complicated. And i think they i think hilton's set that That policy that that rule some months ago. When i think everybody sort of assumed that next year would be sort of maybe closer to to normal a return to normal. But that's that's not happening. Well think the united probably wouldn't be happy if they looked at this particular article because buried in the middle of the article is a links to other articles of course other related articles and the very prominent link right here in the middle of the story is united. Ads clorox three sixty sprayers to disinfect thirty-five terminals and busy airports. I mean that. Kind of goes i kind of reinforces the idea that maybe flying isn't as safe as we'd like it to be.

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Stockpiling (MM #3527)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Stockpiling (MM #3527)

"The minute with kevin mason. Everybody's getting ready for what could be a long winter in terms of covid. Nineteen and i saw news poll the other day it said the research they did said fifty. Four percent of people are going to start stocking up on paper supplies and cleaning supplies. There could be stockpiling going on. There could be another run for toilet paper at the store now. Of course the stores are saying they've got more stock in line and what they're gonna do to stop to make sure we don't have all those outages like we had back in april may of this year they're going to be limiting our purchasing power. You can only buy so many things of soap. You can only buy so many things at clorox. You can only buy so many paper towels so many packages of toilet paper. I understand everybody's concern. In fact they say people are going to be stockpiling more and more not just because of the pandemic but because we're preparing for the just in case down the road the next covert the next emergency the next whatever it is. Let's just hope we don't have to worry about anymore. Further emergencies down the road and we actually start wearing a mask and got a copay so we don't have to worry about stockpiling supplies.

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Stockpiling (MM #3527)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Stockpiling (MM #3527)

"The minute with kevin mason. Everybody's getting ready for what could be a long winter in terms of covid. Nineteen and i saw news poll the other day it said the research they did said fifty. Four percent of people are going to start stocking up on paper supplies and cleaning supplies. There could be stockpiling going on. There could be another run for toilet paper at the store now. Of course the stores are saying they've got more stock in line and what they're gonna do to stop to make sure we don't have all those outages like we had back in april may of this year they're going to be limiting our purchasing power. You can only buy so many things of soap. You can only buy so many things at clorox. You can only buy so many paper towels so many packages of toilet paper. I understand everybody's concern. In fact they say people are going to be stockpiling more and more not just because of the pandemic but because we're preparing for the just in case down the road the next covert the next emergency the next whatever it is. Let's just hope we don't have to worry about anymore. Further emergencies down the road and we actually start wearing a mask and got a copay so we don't have to worry about stockpiling supplies.

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Stockpiling (MM #3527)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 years ago

Stockpiling (MM #3527)

"The minute with kevin mason. Everybody's getting ready for what could be a long winter in terms of covid. Nineteen and i saw news poll the other day it said the research they did said fifty. Four percent of people are going to start stocking up on paper supplies and cleaning supplies. There could be stockpiling going on. There could be another run for toilet paper at the store now. Of course the stores are saying they've got more stock in line and what they're gonna do to stop to make sure we don't have all those outages like we had back in april may of this year they're going to be limiting our purchasing power. You can only buy so many things of soap. You can only buy so many things at clorox. You can only buy so many paper towels so many packages of toilet paper. I understand everybody's concern. In fact they say people are going to be stockpiling more and more not just because of the pandemic but because we're preparing for the just in case down the road the next covert the next emergency the next whatever it is. Let's just hope we don't have to worry about anymore. Further emergencies down the road and we actually start wearing a mask and got a copay so we don't have to worry about stockpiling supplies.

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Clorox wipes are still the hard-to-find pandemic item

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

01:54 min | 2 years ago

Clorox wipes are still the hard-to-find pandemic item

"Most things that we couldn't find during the start of the pandemic like toilet paper, paper towels, pasta, beans, even rice stuff in shorts play pretty much back for the most part, but one thing remains elusive. Clorox Wipes can't find him anywhere. Clorox chief Supply Officer Andy Marie in charge of figuring out how to make more wipes, he tells The New York Times It's a point of personal frustration for me. They become the pandemics version of the must have toy the holiday season across social media shoppers share where and when to find wipes Me Buy Clorox Lissa, or wipes from other brands on Ly Clorox and a handful of other wives have been approved by regulators to kill Corona virus. That's why they're in such short supply layer. Chopper's show up early to stores with deliveries were made, then clear the shipments in a matter of minutes. Finding a canister feels akin to winning the lottery. Or maybe a pot of gold. All right, that may be a little much, but Clorox started making and selling liquid beach bleach Heather back in 1916, and the shortage presents a big challenge for their new Ah, executive officer, officer Linda Rendell 17 year veteran of the company. Clark says the man searched 500% the past few months even as it cracks out a million canisters of disinfecting wipes daily. They aren't saying Hominy, though, that they were making before the pandemic. So million sounds like a lot. But how many will on Ly, one of the five Clorox plants that they own in the U. S actually assembles the finished canisters of wipes company contracts with third party manufacturers to make him as well this summer, Clorox edit a third shift to their plant that they own in Atlanta. Running it around the clock and increased the number of outside plants that they used to make wipes a CZ. Well, demand wasn't coming for consumers alone Cos. Hoping to reassure nervous employees and customers that their locations or services were disinfected they to form partnerships with clouds to get their own supplies of the wife. So that was that was an issue as

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Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.

Mark Mason

04:37 min | 2 years ago

Proud Boys celebrate Trump’s ‘stand by’ remark about them at the debate.

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Outrage after Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power

Pacifica Evening News

03:12 min | 2 years ago

Outrage after Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power

"President Donald Trump has long stirred controversy over the upcoming election, for example, predicting it will be fraudulent and suggesting it be delayed. The controversy rose to a new height Wednesday after Trump said about a peaceful transfer of power. Get rid of the ballots and you'll have a very peaceful there won't be a transfer. Frankly, there will be a continuation. Democrats responded with outrage. I mean, he says, that people swallow Clorox and we hear about it for the rest of our lives, but he's trying to have the Constitution of the United States. Swallow. Clorox. Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi answer the reporter's question on the subject at her Capitol Hill news conference Thursday, but that a president of the United States would place in doubt. The idea of the peaceful transfer of power is well. It's no surprise again because the president has been contemptible of science and governance. And so you see, 200,000 people have died, but I am I had confidence in the American people. And I have confidence that that He won't get away with saying, for example, I want with the popular vote on the ground. The vote in the mail doesn't count in the rest of that Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was at a loss for words Wednesday night as he spoke to reporters to a face mask. I'm being facetious that said. What country are we way? Says the most irrational things I don't know what to say. But it's not surprising. Independent Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, himself a former Democratic presidential candidate. Devoted a whole news conference toothy issue in Washington, D C. We must ensure in this unprecedented moment in American history. That this is an election that is free and fair. An election in which voters are not intimidated. An election in which all votes are counted and that election In which the loser accept the results. This is not just an election. Between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. This is an election between Donald Trump and Democracy. And democracy must win. Republicans have also spoken out, though in a much gentler tone, Republican senator met Romney of Utah tweeted fundamental to democracy is the peaceful transition of power. Without that there is Belarus. Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell has said there will be an orderly transition, just as there has been every four years since 17 92. Those Republicans did not comment on how they see a peaceful transition coming about. Other Republicans have also responded to Trump's statement, no questions. No qualms. No concerns is going to be peaceful. This nation is designed that way This nation will have it that way, And that's exactly what will take place. House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy downplayed the issue and his weekly news proofing, saying he wants to put it all to rest.

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Officials call COVID-19 the ‘largest mass fatality incident' since 9/11

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Officials call COVID-19 the ‘largest mass fatality incident' since 9/11

"19 has surpassed the September 11th terror attacks as New York City's largest mass casualty incident, a disease Aaron Carter ski has more. The number of deaths reported to the New York City office of the chief medical examiner. More than doubled in 2020 as the Corona virus pandemic gripped the nation's largest city. Tragically, a new report from the mayor's office said Corona virus represents the large Mass fatality incident in modern New York City history There have been about 24,000 Corona virus deaths in the city. The number of cremation requests jumped as well, most between March and June, when the number approach the total of cremation request for all of 2019. Aaron Carter SKI ABC NEWS NEW YORK Clorox wipes remain in

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How Sandy Chilewich Built Chilewich

How I Built This

04:22 min | 2 years 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 | 2 years ago

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 shortage of disinfectant wipes to last until 2021

Tim Conway Jr.

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

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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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 years 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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3 Signs of Deviant Benzo Prescribing

The Carlat Psychiatry Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years 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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