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"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 4 months ago

"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN radio news is on the air good morning. I'm James Sears at 2 o'clock. Chicago's NASCAR race apparently won't be as lucrative for the city as initially thought, and the man in charge of CPD's court mandated reform efforts is fired. WGN traffic are expressways in total waste are in good shape right now, just be sure to watch out for any road construction that's set up. New details make a made public show the city expects up to a 100,000 people to attend next year's NASCAR street race at grant park and documents obtained by crane's Chicago business show NASCAR will be able to access parts of the site up to 21 days before the race and for ten days after. Crane's columnist Greg Heinz says the city should have been up front with the thousands who live around grand park. And our tens of thousands of people who live in these higher license around here would you want that and your front yard and if you're going to give it up, what are you going to get for it? NASCAR for next year and 2024 will only pay the city half a $1 million, the city also won't benefit from sponsorships and won't see any revenue from streaming rights to the nest car event. Lollapalooza, on the other hand, pays the city $2 million plus benefits from sponsorships. The Chicago police official in charge of 46 officers to patrol boy said moving the officers away from teaching police training would hurt the department. CPD would not comment on the terms of his ouster, but they did tell WGN, boik will be replaced by Tina shaku. That is another long-term CPD higher up, both declined to comment. A former state's attorney candidate now is his eye on a new race. Bill Conway announced yesterday he's running for Chicago alderman. Conway wants to represent Chicago's new 34th ward, which includes parts of the loop, west Luke Greek town on Fulton river district, he says public safety will be a top priority. The Chicago native and navy veteran was also a former Cook County prosecutor. He ran unsuccessfully against Kim Foxx in 2020 and later toyed with the idea of running for mayor. COVID hospitalizations remain low despite the continued spread of the BA four and BA 5 variants. Doctor Jeffrey copen, chief medical officer at northwestern medicine's Lake Forest hospital, says those who are currently hospitalized with the virus maintain the common issues that have plagued people with the virus from the beginning. The people we do have in the hospital are either unvaccinated or they're older with medical comorbidities to diabetics, people with heart disease, the same type of situation we've been talking about really since the beginning. Coban was on with WGN's John Williams, he says most of the patients hospitalized with the virus are unvaccinated, some of the some are elderly with comorbid comorbidities. New pictures show 8 year old Cooper Roberts rehabilitating from his critical injuries in that highland park of July 4th parade shooting. Doctors say Cooper is expected to stay at the Shirley Ryan ability lab for another 6 to 12 weeks after that he'll return to school with his twin brother Luke for half days in the third grade while continuing long-term outpatient physical therapy. Doctor sey Cooper's experiencing some symptoms of PTSD, the Roberts family seeking short term rental housing that is wheelchair accessible. WGN sports now, Caitlin sharkey. The White Sox split their double header and Casey Tuesday lost game one four to two but came back to win game two three two, Johnny cueto on the mound for the socks tonight, the nationals knocked off the cubs 6 to 5, the series finale is this afternoon. Bears linebacker roquan Smith requested a trade Tuesday saying the team has failed to negotiate a contract extension in good faith. Jim Ryan pulls reiterated Tuesday that he hopes to re sign Smith to a new contract

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"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Would be. But now that we're out and about, we're attending events, we're being exposed to many viruses that we haven't seen in a while, not COVID, but just the other ordinary viruses that we're used to having. So that's what people are experienced. But maybe there is some linkage then, but it's been the fact that we've just been away or so safe and protected for the last two years. Welcome back to the world, everybody, and this is what happens. Yeah. Just give you an example. Right before we went on the year, one of my colleagues told me that her two and a half year old got 6. She was worried it was COVID. It turned out to be RSV in RSV is a common virus that affects kids, we haven't seen a lot of RSV for the first couple of years of the pandemic because the kids weren't getting out and around. Now that they're out and around, we're starting to see these typical viruses again. Okay, doctor, any last words you want to make sure we hear before I say thank you today. Yeah, I think we should expect that this BA 5 is going to be around for a while. And depending on people's risk tolerance with their own medical histories might be, people are going to have to make judgments for themselves, how they're going to conduct their daily affairs with this virus still being around. We should all be outliving our lives, but some people might want to be wearing masks whenever they're inside. Be careful where they go. Other people are just going to be happy to do their thing and take their chances. So I just think everybody has to take a responsible decision for each individual. Doctor Jeffrey copen, over at northwestern medicine's Lake Forest hospital. Okay, doctor always a pleasure. Thanks for your help today. Everyone take

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"copen" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on WTOP

"Honda dealer Don't settle for less than a Honda 7 45 tough one in Philly Dave Johnson Oh yeah the best way to put it in hurts but it's hard to be mad Why since 27 17 lost the eagles it hurts because now why should one game behind the eagles saints and Vikings for the final playoff spot but hard to be mad consider Garrett Gilbert started a quarterback He was just signed Friday He was still getting to know his teammates and getting to know his teammates in this COVID-19 world I'll be honest Yeah it was tough Having a have the masks back on is tough to tough to see anyone's face and put faces with names I think we all know that feeling Somebody comes right up to us until they're right up to us We don't know who they are because they have a mask on but Garret Gilbert fought through 20 or 31 a 194 yards and no touch no turnovers Fred coach Ron Rivera though the game was about opportunities miss I thought we had some chance to remove the ball get it on their side and we on 14 took a couple of negative plays Defensively we had a chance to take the ball away We missed that opportunity with a chance to stop him on a run and we miss that opportunity Yeah they allowed 238 yards rushing and that's been the eagles playbook of late Washington couldn't capitalize on early ten zero lead Now 16 players 7 coaches in COVID-19 protocols but history made with head running backs coach Randy Jordan in that COVID-19 protocol so assisted Jennifer King became the first African American female position coach in NFL history and running back Jared Patterson He didn't really well She does a good job when you know coach doing this here So it wasn't really no drop off You know coast king you know we don't even look at us here Like as an assistant coach because you know she sometimes she helps us Now up next they'll play the cowboys or rams defeat the Seahawks 20 to ten Maryland women their last non conference game of blue by copen state number one South Carolina women's basketball beat number two Stanford 65 61 George Mason a winner over American Harvard beat Howard not enough players because of COVID-19 so Georgetown had to forfeit its game against Providence Kentavious call up over the wizards is now in the COVID-19 protocol but the wizards game against the Knicks tomorrow still on Dave Johnson wtp sports Up ahead here will tell you who's offering the help after students were instructed to reenact the Holocaust It's 7 47.

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"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Protective of the kids and those people that the kids come in contact with Doctor copen also says there's no scientific basis for concerns about future fertility in children He says similar concerns were raised with the polio shot and the HPV inoculation but in both cases neither was found to impact fertility A published report says the FBI's investigating the COVID-19 vaccination program at Chicago's loreto hospital Steve Gervais reports the probe comes in the wake of the controversy over vaccinations given to ineligible people with ties to loretto hospital administrators block club Chicago says two federal grand jury subpoenas have been issued to the Illinois department of public health pursuant to an official criminal investigation Black club Chicago had earlier reported the hospital vaccinated ineligible people at Chicago's Trump Tower where Loretta's chief financial officer doctor Rana Ahmed lived and at the luxury jewelry shop in Gold Coast steakhouse were he frequented Steve brittani WGN news as Veterans Day approaches the Illinois state treasurer is trying to return several purple hearts to their owners or families These metals personify honor sacrifice and duty They belong in the loving care of a family rather than hidden in our cold vault in a basement The treasurer Michael Ferris is hoping to give back 11 Purple Heart medals recovered from banks all over the state and turned over to the treasurer's office for safe keeping as part of the unclaimed property program Electronic claims can be filed at Illinois treasurer dot gov slash high cash WG and sports the Atlanta Braves are the World Series champions after shutting up the Houston Astros 7 zero in game 6 the Blackhawks host Carolina tonight the pre game of Joe Brandon 7 the face of at 7 30 with John whiteman on 7 20 WGN and WGN radio dot com The forecast from the WG and Chicago weather center meter I'll just Demetrius ivory For Wednesday expect to see a high temperature of 45° of mixed skies there partly cloudy for much of the day it will be breezy also Thursday's high temperature 46° mostly sunny there More sunshine for the weekend with temperatures warming up a little bit 51 on Friday 52 on Saturday and nearly 60 on Sunday On WGN meteorologist Demetrius ivory 33° at O'Hare I'm.

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"copen" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

Perspectives on Healthcare

02:44 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Perspectives on Healthcare

"Healthcare that women. Let me just preface. This i started seeing a pattern. Doing demography over the last ten years and it prompted me to write a book because i started saying women that were coming in with the same patterns. Dense breasts five or cystic breasts. They were overrated. They were over tweeted. They were over biopsy. And i was like wait a minute. There is a. I'm starting to see a pattern here. This is a business. This is an industry so women that have dense breasts. that's forty nine percent of population. They are being over mammogram. They're being over biopsy and they're being told to come back every year for manikram when they clearly states that the sensitivity is as low as twenty eight percent has been shown that demography because it's a study of heat. They're not looking at anatomy so women with dense breast the connective tissues white and so as a tumor so they can't find a mammogram. So that leads to a lot of over diagnosis. So i would like women. Give me to know that. Demography is available for risk for breast cancer screening. It used to be covered by insurance. Until i think nine hundred eighty six eighty seven and basically the mammography lobby took it out. But there's over eight hundred studies on the index medica. So it's not. It's not woo science. It's been around for a long time. It's using espionage. You know by the military. We're one of the few countries that are not using that so he could actually change the face of women's breast health. If they had an early screening that could be detected years before it could turn into an anatomy and then it has to be treated. Okay so can you. Can you help folks understand. There are people who kind of feel like okay. This is as you said we science. Can you talk a little bit more kind of dispelling. That myth please okay. There mcafee is a study of heat. Excuse me sorry is a study of heat when the body is unclothed for whatever part we're going to image and the person acclimates to the room temperature after fifteen minutes. The body gives off infrared information just like rays we give off infrared and the camera is picking up this heat. They're big enough the heat signatures after After copen started the cameras. That i work with i. They're being made all over the world. Now they're being sent to all the cruise ships. The military's been using tomography for a long time. Anything that's alive has heat so the the signature of cancer is hot so the cameras just a is just a thermometer being pointed at the body..

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"copen" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"April really seems like it's a long way away. Yeah i mean keep in mind that the company only relaunched their first cruise ship in late show by and the only restarted their us cruises in early august and obviously copen really impacted their business. So in the second quarter revenues were four point four million For for twenty twenty one. that's compared to sixteen point. Nine million in twenty twenty in one point six billion in twenty nineteen right stick gives us that frames. Our discussion around coveted and ships. Right now. they have eight ships running. They have one hundred percent vaccination policy You know it is possible that they could have a hundred percent of their of their ships running by april. I think it's really going to have to take this quarter by quarter to see how it how it goes. How people if people continue to be comfortable traveling on cruises and from the standpoint of the stock. It's basically half of where it was in january of twenty twenty. It's it's only slightly higher than where it was when it went public in early twenty thirteen. So you know it depends on how you wanna look at it. You can look at this business and say oh well. They've they've got some room to run here. But i don't know do the cruise lines interest you like in terms of. I mean we're going to get into this more in our next segment but these businesses interest you you know. I always try to look at companies from the standpoint of of curiosity right and really researching diving into the to the industry and not letting any any thoughts that i have any preconceived things that i have really color Research into the industry. You know. I think that they definitely have room to grow after after. Cove it right. I mean this last year and a half of them has been really difficult. So it's it's possible that they could get back on track What they look like in years to come i..

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"copen" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

Ron Paul Liberty Report

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report

"Now that we see some of these numbers really doesn't match the assessment of people who are in the business not the religion but the business of making objective assessments. So i don't know if you have any more on this talk paul. I was going to close with a clip. No one one second one other point i see here is that mobility is sometimes. Enter into a factor. People are moving in. The movement was satisfying a several months ago but mobility Did declined sharply july in the philippines but these declines were mostly reversed during august. They should've had you know They were traveling more. They should've had boost. And that's when everything started going to curves seemed to be pretty much identical everywhere. But i'm going to close out with something because this is this called scratch my head section because and you wonder i hoped americans will wake up and and have their logic return to them and some of them do when you you always say we're making progress and i hope you're right but but here's the thing that anyone who stops for just a second takes a deep breath and reads the words and looks at the picture will say something is not right in this. Let's put this next clip up. This is just my closing clip. This is from the h h s health and human services the government. We can make it a little bit. I don't know if we can't or not. But here's what the text says. Copen vaccines are highly effective against the delta variant and everyone twelve aged twelve pluses eligible so favourite clauses. Funniest teachers group. Projects are all coming back. And so your favorite student. It's all happy news. Great news the vaccines are highly effective. And yet every kid in the picture as a mask on those two things. Don't go together. Do they know you'd think that would wake somebody up. We'll keep saying over and over again and Maybe we'll see more crowds like we saw in australia yesterday and new york. They're they're coming alive again and they you know people don't act because the theoretician tells him to. Even though the theoretician is very important they they act and they will stand up and they will resist when it's in their best interest right now it has. They haven't perceived as being in their best interest by resisting and standing up. Because they were they were small. Imagine themselves as being small in numbers didn't want to take the risk getting kicked out of school and yesterday we reported on kids getting kicked out of school because they wouldn't take vaccination so there's still a lot of problems that have to occur but but eventually daniel they're going to realize it's their benefit freedom is better than slavery we encourage freedom and I think if you're interested in peace and prosperity you endorse the principles of liberty. And that's what we hope we can help in one. Thank everybody for tuning in today to the liberty report. Come back soon..

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"copen" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast

"If you're going to get all your ratings with it not site. Gaza just convinced her that. I'm gonna fly about airplane. It's like come on man wants to time here so left. I mean she to pregnant and with a kid who was like okay. I know it's a dream of years. I'm going to support it. And she's been extremely supportive. She takes the kids out. If i'm doing touching girls and stuff like that she'll take the kids out on the on the tarmac and wave daddy. It's awesome so you talked about kind of how your wife's loss of job during copen. She was like well. It just can't come out of our our funds so that to a lot of people is a game changer. That's like all right. I guess it's done like i'm not gonna I don't have any extra skills. Don't have any other way to pay for What would what did you think about doing that. Did you think about saying we can't do it. We'll wait wait and wait or did you know you had this graphic design skill. You could use gas to make some extra money even before the thought of aisling. I was designing people's houses Renovations I would do some stuff on this. I like that while. I was working fulltime job as a project manager for a construction firm here in birmingham so that was making a little on here and there. But what i was doing and also during those phone calls it should have been email that you use have no input given usually like. I'm not not helping the situation. So i'll put myself on mute and and do something so i started sketching and sketched this little cub that i saw them. They split whatever. It was a little green winco with white body and i discussed it up in. For some reason i had high lighters. This meeting was running longer than debated son did all the coloring behan han then a picture of it and put it up.

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"copen" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

FoundMyFitness

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on FoundMyFitness

"Care take control of your life and to do that so le. Let's just take three thousand foot level here. The thirty thousand foot level. This vaccine is indicated for this particular virus. I mean i'm not naive to believe that this is the only pandemic ever gonna see in our lifetime. It's not the only illness that we're ever going to have to deal with some of those things that we talked about with vitamin d with a sleep with exercise stress reduction a fresh air sunlight. These things have enormous benefits not just with cove in nineteen but every other aspect of our life and so again. it's the swiss cheese model. The more slices you have in there the better hundred hundred percent. I mean the low hanging fruit is obviously the things that you can do to improve your lifestyle making sure your vitamin d levels are high enough. You know trying to be metabolic healthy eating the best or losing weight. If you're overweight or obese getting good enough sleep all these all these are hugely important for overall health and certainly for immunity so again thank you for pointing that out because it really at the end of the day there are so many factors that do need to be optimized as well dr patrick quiz questions for you and it's about transmission and we know that the delta variant has been a game changer. And we've seen the efficacy of vaccines dropped to some degree with regards to do. They prevent symptomatic kobe. Nineteen and we're also aware that transmission of the delta variant may be happening among will is happening among fully vaccinated people. So what are your thoughts on this. Should this shake people's confidence in getting covered. Nineteen vaccine. will i think people have. It's always easy to make generalized statements when you see a little piece of data coming in which by the way new data every day. Things are changing constantly. Hard to keep up with but You know i. I think people have made this overarching statement that vaccines do not prevent the transmission of sars coaching virus. In other words they do not prevent people from getting contracting copen. Nineteen in. I think to understand why that is not true. We need to start with the word transmission because there are two major types of transmission when we're talking about a viral.

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"copen" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

Daily Coronavirus Update

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Daily Coronavirus Update

"Had they not known about how much public interests. There wasn't ivermectin but he did say. There was no evidence at turned out that ivermectin helped any more than a placebo at preventing hospitalization. I saw the stories about ivermectin going around since last week. Maybe a little before even and it was just. It's crazy to think that something like this could get traction so quickly when we do have vaccines that are readily available and do help prevent the severe illness the hospitalizations all that other stuff and i guess that's what you know. Health officials are really worried about. Is that These things do gain in popularity and people are taking them in doses that they're not supposed to be taking and obviously it could lead to bigger problems at one of the core things that position to really worried about right now is people are going into seeking this out of the former possible prevention or treatment. There is a highly effective cova doc. Scenes we'd go those work. The fda fully approve of the five or biotech back seen last week for people sixteen and older on approval of maderna's a full approval is expected in the coming week. So we have the vaccines and dr irwin. Redlener at position in new york. What he told me as. That's the only functional strategy we have for getting control of copen. Nineteen th vaccination. So that's really one of the concern physician. Top right now is that people are going out seeking drugs like ivermectin where we don't have evidence they work instead of taking the vaccines and we do have a lot of evidence around the vaccines. I spoke with a pharmacist as well. Who said he simply doesn't understand why people are coming in and taking on ivermectin which hasn't been fda approved for kobe when we have the vaccines which have a de worming drug for parasites..

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"copen" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Seems interesting and completely contrary to what everything is showing right. Well let's look at it. I'm sure you. I'm sure you know where we're going it's says undocumented people are about twenty nine times more likely to be hospitalized with copen nineteen then those are fully vaccinated according to the cdc now remember also in this point. This also goes back to these points as well remember that people three months after getting fully injected. Three months are considered unvaccinated. So people have been catch after three months are still considered unvaccinated person with an infection but then injection is already in their body already caused things to change in their body and is absolutely increasing. The risk of these side effects. And everything else you've already talked about. So that's another part of this right people who are fully vaccine and so it's a very specific category after fourteen days of the second shot and then no longer than three months. That's the only period here considered fully vaccinated. The data is in line with comments from federal and state health officials who have been saying for weeks that millions of americans are being put at risk right. Of course don't you love that. Like that comment means anything right. This study says this oh and also alliance with what people have been saying without that data this whole time really that makes it sound real solid. So why were they saying. Then if there wasn't data to back it up right. Because that's the narrative and then cdc pumped out something to back up that narrative because the cdc has he broken completely captured agency. Which we've been seeing forever which the. Who is called out. What's the b. m. j. is called out with. Aj called out long before over. Nineteen saying that. They're corrupt that they're using vaccine adv advocacy's experts to drive policy based on their profit. All that's been talked about but who cares not today though. But here's the actual study and august twenty first so it's interesting as boils making before so why that is the data stop july twenty fifth because it's being mean they have the data. I mean we just pointed to multiple or was that the england who's just pointing to august second all this data's there they have the information. Most of this is computerized today. The point is that they're choosing just like they chose. What the breakthrough discussion to stop there. They're reporting as of march so that they could be like look most of them are vaccinate are indoctrinated. Well that's because when they that time periods of pointing to has been most people were unvaccinated. But here's the titles are two infections and hospitalizations among persons aged equal to or greater than sixteen years by.

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"copen" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

SRB Media Podcasts

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on SRB Media Podcasts

"The. Fa coup final come very close to refine the one. I got injured. But i was still involved in the build-up that that week. How do you explain it if if it ever ever upset you the feeling itself doing this. I mean a lot bunny. Just don't want you doing this doing that doing other. Because you know these folks who take these records. They're our news paper articles another day so everything goes up with. Is players excited any exciting for the fun because you know they seen everything. What's happening is thirteen. The final is there a team a team. They have been in a final. So that's an expert. Sing for funds is the final. They have played it. Even though it's a team. Coming into the spoiler i mean. I'm a forward thinking coach. I mean coaching. But i am always looking for different ways different ideas but it ways to to to try and unlock the doors because the title entitled tighter with the organization that teamed put out. There may be more difficult for the for the big clips to break them down even with the staffs. He plays the out. It ain't easy when you get people packing the boss trying to find waste through in and around defensive formation so it's supposed to be that We've gone down that road with our two major cup competitions Followed by the wayside. And then when you look at the international level the. We divided an extra coat fair-play fireplace. Whatever you wanna call it. Remember when england then get to define though that did was what you call that competition one. You've got an actions coping international level. And then they defend conference copen at club level. The only way Successful is banana team gets final. Say anything you're gonna get you big finals. Now fall by the wayside. You know there's gotta be better ways of trying to get teams into your champions league. I know the fact like you want to call it. A nations cook is to do with.

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"copen" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

"They won't even shore. Ge matches they're giving them to sky. We didn't give them to sky. Sky threw money at the g tokyo. I watched the car dolan hurling match on sky at the weekend. Good coverage early good coverage but at the same time people say well. They shouldn't be on sky. We're lucky it's not all on sky. That's we are lucky. It's not all landscape. Because they have the cash they have the money they were bid just like they got the right of copen. Just let that go to things when guy wants something sky. We'll get it so if they can look for more. Ge they'll get it eight fifty seven one five nine nine six speaking of television and watching television away last week we the mrs was face timing our daughter who was at home with the dogs and she was face timing her on evening and the facetime wasn't being answered si and then she faced again and then hello like how you you go we. We love islanders on grand tanks. See you tomorrow love you too but anyway. Low violin design no. You don't need me to tell you. Because i've told your hometown before i have no particular interest in it. That ever was but what you do get interested in is the fall of from it and one of the people who hold few that. This plastic things should have been done away with years ago. Not because of what it needs which is just crap television very popular crap television but down but it seems to be getting dangerous is a few people dead who were who were on laviolette involved in love weight and it would appear according to an article in her dot i e that they're at it again and there's shenanigans..

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"copen" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"Many of us right we just leave up to the people in our lives every day and that requires certain amount a certain amount of putting your own kind of struggle. Aside to be able to be present in those situations. I think there is a firestorm post traumatic stress coming. And i don't think we're ever going to be as we were pre cova vid And i think that those who have ramped up their alcohol use as an example. Or whether for you. It's marijuana use or pill use or whatever. I don't see why that would go away because we're going to be at some point. He quote unquote post copen society. So i think it deserves conversation. And i don't want to say covert again this episode. So sorry the thing. I think in terms of why went to tell the story. Besides just my own overall concern for what we're all going through and we'll be going through Is that. I'm just getting older. And alcohol has had a life with me. Since i was super young and i am more focused on my personal wellness and health and wellbeing. Now than i than i ever have and part. That's getting older. That's i'm thinking naturally. That's what we do but i'm very obsessed about making sure my last ten years on this earth or not going to be sick. I want to leave this earth kicking. And so i think that's i think that's part of it is. I'm just getting older I'm also starting to acknowledge more and more own behavior when i drink and Other people's behavior The kinds of things that people post on social media kind of things that people say and do i would say that alcohol just by its very nature is is subtractive alcoholic subtractive by. Its very nature. You know that's that's certainly at that. It's it's a negative magnet and other people like to say a negative amplifier Say subtractive because it's taking away from something right it's We might so for instance drink to.

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"copen" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

The Finding My Psych Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on The Finding My Psych Podcast

"You're gonna notice on the right hand panel of The front page. I'm some phone numbers in those phone. Numbers you can call. And leave a voicemail because we don't pick it up. It goes right to voicemail. I'm tell us what you think. providers your comment. Ask us your question and we will up. Potentially use that on air In a future episode and respond to it that way. I think that could be very fun. People do do this on occasion. I you could also use those same phone number to drop us attacks. And i will certainly do the same thing as always. We are on all the social media outlets are really designed to connect with you our readers and listeners. All right so let's just let's just dive into it. I do think for me. This feels more like a liberating conversation or Liberating topic me talking at you Then i think one that is burdensome but certainly as i was putting together the show notes today i i went through various emotions In talking about alcohol. And i think really what a central figure it is in my life. But i think that everybody's life but most people's life and even if you're a abstinence it's still the major focus in your life because that's what you have to think about every day to not go back to it so i think that this is a is a worthy topic because of its Because of its impact and I'm really telling my story for some very specific reasons and I wanted to tell it. I think because i myself am i think. Post cove ed going through my own cut realizations around around alcohol and what i've noticed about myself and people around me as alcohol. Consumption went way up during covert we are not opposed copen society yet. And i think i slip up here and there and i say that we're getting close but i do think.

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"copen" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

Startup Stories by Mixergy

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on Startup Stories by Mixergy

"Why is it that it's not just one session. Why do i need to sign up for subscription subscription subscription so much as a succession program There couple of reasons one is that the clinical research that exists today indicates the successions is the ideal number of sessions To is that we talked a little bit about how it's creating this neuro plastic state. That's going to help drive emotional and behavioral changes. It takes a little while for people to learn how to some undergo the experience So you know everybody at mind bloom starts off with a really low Usable disappointing for people especially because they've built it up and you know maybe quite nervous going in. And then the clinician works with them define their ideal dose in addition with psychedelic experiences. Ketamine especially There's like a meditation. There's like a skill level to getting out of it so a lot of people go in. They need to learn how to navigate the therapeutic experience and as a result the sessions ended up compounding on each other And so by the end people you know had at least a few really high quality therapeutic sessions They've explored with their psychiatric addition and guide new different areas that they've wanted to work on have usually come to some insights and have a plan of what they're gonna do you moving forwards changes in their life More like a treatment program. Why don't you take one aspirin after sprain your wrist like it takes more than that do you think. Md may is going to be available through bloomington point soon. Sure up the way. I think about it as our raise on. Debt trays to transform lives gone to transform the world a by radically increasing access to treatment making more approachable affordable and available and building a product that helps people get better outcomes in better experiences So we don't yet know what the requirements are gonna look like for. Md may the risk evaluation mitigation strategies in order to administer and distribute it But once we know that if there's a way for from ireland to increase access to help people get more out of that completely changed my life. Everyone here a huge believer in every single person of the year. Nearly hundred now at mind bloom is a is just as passionate about segment as i am in the nba. Just as much if not more than ketamine as the opportunity to totally transform the world. It's another one that i'm hearing people talk about constantly like the thing that changes their lives doing it. I don't know what the hell they're getting it. So copen hit. My wife said we need to get this thing. I sound messaging people who told me stories about it and a number one. I thought that will be like here. How here's how easy it is. I told you my story. So here's the guy went to know toys. Well it was easier than but not now because of this and that person broke up with that person. Now it's a pain in the ass and now they all know what i'm looking to do it. I'm not hiding but then it's apparently it's the thing that you that you take with your wife when when things when in your marriage is on the rocks or something. I didn't even realize my marriage is on the rocks. And why do i need to tell me. That's what's going on but fine talking about new medicine medicine or new mental health and wellbeing auto care like you wanna not. I'm not a doctor. I'm not a clinician indefinite lawyer..

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"copen" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"copen" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"Niece live with me. And that's why. I relate to miss richardson clearly. My niece was smoke marijuana every single day and one day i sat down with her and i said what have you been through that. You smoke every single day and she started crying. I just hugged her. she was nineteen. She number opened up about what she's been through. Appointed her the counseling. I hope that that was a part of her journey. When i talked to her next i'll check out again. But the pressure the pressure of her life growing up in a single parent home grown up in this part of the country. She did the pressure of her life. She found the way to coke and keep going forward and how dare we demonized. People whose way of copen is different than our way of coping. But don't we.

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U.S. tops 100 million Covid vaccine doses administered, 13% of adults now fully vaccinated

Ground Zero Media

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

U.S. tops 100 million Covid vaccine doses administered, 13% of adults now fully vaccinated

"The united states tops. One hundred million co vaccine doses. Thirteen percent of the adults in this country are now fully vaccinated so says the us on friday topped one hundred million copen nineteen vaccine doses administered according to data from the centers for disease control and prevention about thirty five million people have been fully vaccinated accounting for thirteen point five percent of the adult population. According to the cdc over sixty five point nine million people received at least one shot of the two dose. Regimens the cdc set

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Former US Presidents and first ladies join vaccine campaign

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Former US Presidents and first ladies join vaccine campaign

"Americans to get a covert shot. Exclusive Club of former presidents and first ladies has reunited with an important message. Get the Copen 19 vaccine. Fellow Americans right now that covered in the newly released It's up to you at campaign. Former presidents Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, Barack Obama and Jimmy Carter. I'm getting vaccinated along with each of their wives are emphasizing the importance of Americans getting the vaccine as soon as they're eligible to you. They're all unusual. Even there are two ads in the new campaign. Missing from it is former President Donald Trump and his wife, Mac Piper. CBS

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Gov. Kemp expands vaccine criteria to include more Georgians

Clark Howard

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Gov. Kemp expands vaccine criteria to include more Georgians

"Ready to expand the list of those eligible to get the Copen vaccine beginning Monday. Those 55 older or anyone 16 and older with one of more than a dozen high risk health conditions, including diabetes, cancer or overweight can get Covert vaccine provided we continue to see increasing vaccine supply. It is our intent to open up vaccination toe all adults, the first part of next month. Yep, who will also be eligible plans to get the Johnson and Johnson vaccine He encourages everyone to get in the queue for the state's website to register from the state Capitol Center Parish 95.5 WSB

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The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

Odd Lots

04:57 min | 2 years ago

The Story of How TSMC Came To Dominate the World

"So obviously tracy. We've been talking a lot about chips lately. But for all the episodes we've done we haven't hit like what is sort of a. I guess i would say the elephant in the room or the gorilla in the room that keeps coming up over and over again. We've been going at a. I would say from a us perspective. Very focused on the trouble at intel. But we haven't really talked about the success story. That is taiwan. Semiconductor manufacturing company better known as t s emcee. Yeah exactly right so every episode that we do it sort of comes back to them. What a juggernaut. They've become and of course you know. The sort of basic story is that manufacturing chips is extremely hard It's extremely expensive. And it's very difficult to scale until Is one of the rare companies that designs and manufactures. Its own chips. But that for a lot of these companies that are sort of exploding ri- gaining market share there Having taiwan semi manufacture them and taiwan semi is getting extremely good or is extremely good at a manufacturing and maybe Pulling away from intel some extent in terms of its manufacturing capabilities. Right and i think they actually invented the foundry model which you know this idea of just manufacturing chips which keeps coming up over and over and over again in all of our conversations as one reason the entire semiconductor industry has changed and one reason why intel is struggling but the thing i find kind of amazing like in twenty twenty one. We all take it for granted. That tsmc is this massive player in the semiconductor industry in the world. Really but i find it really really noteworthy and you know somewhat surprising. In retrospect that what is a single company on an island has emerged to really dominate chips. That are now vital to all sorts of things so computers smartphones cars. Everything i think. Tsmc manufacturers little over half of the world's chips so it's not quite a monopoly but again like they are the juggernaut in the room as he put it absolutely. And it's such a. I mean it's such a pivotal company for a lot of reasons. I mean you mentioned cars. It was just a story this week recording this january twelfth by the way there was just a story this week about how car manufacturers around the world are actually running into supply constraints because they can't get chips because of the chip manufacturers decided to reduce their production of automotive chips during the crisis in the spring on the expectation that demand wasn't going to be there and now they haven't ramped up taiwan semi They're to actually reporting earnings. This week expected to be very strong. Earnings are soaring. stock is soaring. And then of course. Because it's in the strategic position end because taiwan itself is in this Uh strategic position obviously between the us and china and the roll over its status. It's just an incredibly central player and sort of necessary to understand the story right a big player in tech big player across multiple supply chains in a bunch of different industries. Uncertainly player geopolitics as well. So we really talk more time on semi and we have the perfect guest to do that. Someone who knows all about the company who's been covering them for a long time since long before they were the dominant player They are today. We're going to be speaking to copen. He is a tech columnist at bloomberg. Opinion has been with us a bloomberg for fifteen years and he's actually been covering The tech industry from taipei specifically for the last twenty one years Everything about Taiwan semiconductor where it came from this important player so tim thank you very much for joining us. Hey thanks time guys to talk to you tim. How would you describe the importance of taiwan semiconductor in the world right now well as you assess just saying they are so huge. Tracy pointed out the creates. Such a large share of the world saw chips. There's probably not a single device in the world that doesn't have. Tsmc somewhere but whether it's a car die. Fine of course famously. But even some really unimportant boring things like temperature sense. A hiya or some led lights array there. They do serve much of the waltz products. They're they're basically everywhere and so if that would've stopped production. Tomorrow i think the global technology industry would grind to a halt very very

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interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot And Sway podcasts, co-founder Of Recode

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:23 min | 2 years ago

interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot And Sway podcasts, co-founder Of Recode

"Hey everyone it's carly today. Cara swisher joins me on skimmed from the couch. She has been called. The most feared an well liked journalists in silicon valley cara has been covering the tech world for decades and is also the co founder of the site. Recode she's currently the host of to podcasts. Sway pit cara. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you there's no couch. though that's true well welcome from my kitchen. First question we ask everybody. Skim your resume. I'm really old. You really want my resume okay. I went to georgetown. University went to columbia journalism school. I worked for lots of people in very low level. Jobs like delivering mail at the washington. Post being assistant people return type people. And then i got an internship the washington post which i then got hired from and i were there and then worked at the wall. Street journal wrote a book during the nineties about The beginnings of the internet Which nobody was paying attention to. And then i worked for the journal. For many years doing a wide range of things beat reporting columns and then i started sort of an entrepreneurial activity inside the journal which was a conference and then a new website blog. Essentially i started their first real blog effort which was all things d and then i left and got investments and started recode sold that to vox media and then i now also hosts i started doing podcasting about five six years ago early on and then shifted a lot to that and writing for the new york times and doing a podcast but i also do a pint yesterday new york magazine too so i do podcasting and writing now and events but events now with copen said say you're pretty busy. What if something that people don't know about you that they'd be surprised. I spent a lot of time with my family. I mean i'm really busy. I make a lot of content. I four five podcasts. A week major podcasts. A week and i'll read column every week. And so i work a lot. But i actually spent a lotta time with my family and i just had another child a little girl so i spent a lot more time with my family and i think people would imagine given how much content iming congratulations on the new baby. So before we dive into your career. I want to go back and stand a little bit about where you came from. Which is what was little like the same the same the same the same. I mean. I think i had a very strong personality from the get. Go as a especially as a girl where people want you to shut up. Essentially i didn't shut up very much. I had a nickname tempestuous. My family's italian. Which is i think it's a compliment. They meant as a compliment. But i would always sort of upend things to if i didn't like them. I did very well in grammar school. I was considered very very smart. Read very early. People caught up with me pretty quickly. But i always knew what i wanted. You get that from your parents know. My dad died when i was really little. He was very sweet actually had a very sweet personality. My mom no. I don't think so. I think my mom talks in shades a lot. She doesn't say what she means. A lot of the time. And i was very forthright. I don't wanna make you can't make sort of like italians are loud but we are a very in your face family so we say what we think but i think my mom talks more and as most people do they say things that that's not what they mean and much more. I say exactly what. I mean when i say something so i don't know how i got it i just did. When did you realize he wanted to be a journalist. Not for a while. actually i was. I went to the school. Ford service at georgetown which is for diplomats and spies essentially it. So i wanted to go into the military. My dad was in the military. And i wanted to serve but i wanted to do and everything else that i didn't because i was gay it i it was illegal and that it was. Don't ask don't tell which was even worse in some weird way which is just sort of separate but equal kind of thing though. That was much worse but it still wasn't it was not it was civil rights violation. I think of gay people. So i didn't want to serve by lying like keeping it to myself. I thought that was stupid. And so i never served and by the time they sort of ended. I was too old. I was going to serve in the reserves. But i i just didn't want to just lie and i was like this is ridiculous and so i would have had a career. I suspected military appropriate running the right now but being fired by trump at this moment. But i want it to be in military intelligence or in the cia some in some fashion to be an analyst. And which is what i do. Anyway on a analyze and try to find out information in an opinion about

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Interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot and Sway podcasts, co-founder of Recode

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:23 min | 2 years ago

Interview With Kara Swisher, host of Pivot and Sway podcasts, co-founder of Recode

"Hey everyone it's carly today. Cara swisher joins me on skimmed from the couch. She has been called. The most feared an well liked journalists in silicon valley cara has been covering the tech world for decades and is also the co founder of the site. Recode she's currently the host of to podcasts. Sway pit cara. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Welcome to skim from the couch. Thank you there's no couch. though that's true well welcome from my kitchen. First question we ask everybody. Skim your resume. I'm really old. You really want my resume okay. I went to georgetown. University went to columbia journalism school. I worked for lots of people in very low level. Jobs like delivering mail at the washington. Post being assistant people return type people. And then i got an internship the washington post which i then got hired from and i were there and then worked at the wall. Street journal wrote a book during the nineties about The beginnings of the internet Which nobody was paying attention to. And then i worked for the journal. For many years doing a wide range of things beat reporting columns and then i started sort of an entrepreneurial activity inside the journal which was a conference and then a new website blog. Essentially i started their first real blog effort which was all things d and then i left and got investments and started recode sold that to vox media and then i now also hosts i started doing podcasting about five six years ago early on and then shifted a lot to that and writing for the new york times and doing a podcast but i also do a pint yesterday new york magazine too so i do podcasting and writing now and events but events now with copen said say you're pretty busy. What if something that people don't know about you that they'd be surprised. I spent a lot of time with my family. I mean i'm really busy. I make a lot of content. I four five podcasts. A week major podcasts. A week and i'll read column every week. And so i work a lot. But i actually spent a lotta time with my family and i just had another child a little girl so i spent a lot more time with my family and i think people would imagine given how much content iming congratulations on the new baby. So before we dive into your career. I want to go back and stand a little bit about where you came from. Which is what was little like the same the same the same the same. I mean. I think i had a very strong personality from the get. Go as a especially as a girl where people want you to shut up. Essentially i didn't shut up very much. I had a nickname tempestuous. My family's italian. Which is i think it's a compliment. They meant as a compliment. But i would always sort of upend things to if i didn't like them. I did very well in grammar school. I was considered very very smart. Read very early. People caught up with me pretty quickly. But i always knew what i wanted. You get that from your parents know. My dad died when i was really little. He was very sweet actually had a very sweet personality. My mom no. I don't think so. I think my mom talks in shades a lot. She doesn't say what she means. A lot of the time. And i was very forthright. I don't wanna make you can't make sort of like italians are loud but we are a very in your face family so we say what we think but i think my mom talks more and as most people do they say things that that's not what they mean and much more. I say exactly what. I mean when i say something so i don't know how i got it i just did. When did you realize he wanted to be a journalist. Not for a while. actually i was. I went to the school. Ford service at georgetown which is for diplomats and spies essentially it. So i wanted to go into the military. My dad was in the military. And i wanted to serve but i wanted to do and everything else that i didn't because i was gay it i it was illegal and that it was. Don't ask don't tell which was even worse in some weird way which is just sort of separate but equal kind of thing though. That was much worse but it still wasn't it was not it was civil rights violation. I think of gay people. So i didn't want to serve by lying like keeping it to myself. I thought that was stupid. And so i never served and by the time they sort of ended. I was too old. I was going to serve in the reserves. But i i just didn't want to just lie and i was like this is ridiculous and so i would have had a career. I suspected military appropriate running the right now but being fired by trump at this moment. But i want it to be in military intelligence or in the cia some in some fashion to be an analyst. And which is what i do. Anyway on a analyze and try to find out information in an opinion about

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FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: antiviral remdesivir

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:04 min | 2 years ago

FDA approves first COVID-19 drug: antiviral remdesivir

"The first antiviral therapy, toe win Food and Drug Administration approval as a treatment for the Copen 19. The FDA approval allows Gillian to market the drug that way, also disgusting the benefits with doctors, nurses and patients. The company says the drug wass in short supply at the start of the pandemic, But production is up, and it's now widely available in hospitals. All right, so that's on the treatment side. What about the vaccine side? Yeah, well, some outside advisers to the Food and Drug Administration question whether the agency standards are high enough. A panel of about two dozen experts met yesterday. Some members think the FDA needs to tighten its safety and efficacy criteria for emergency authorization for whatever vaccine eventually emerges. One panel of said kind of like this quote. What we're being asked to do is build this plane as we fly it. That's actually a great quote. Good. Let's talk about Facebook. Yeah, well, that could be the next big tech company to be looking at an anti trust

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Trump defends claim coronavirus will disappear, citing 'herd mentality'

Todd and Don

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Trump defends claim coronavirus will disappear, citing 'herd mentality'

"President Trump is once again claiming that this Copen 19 will eventually disappear even without a vaccine because of herd immunity. You said that last night during Ah Town Hall meeting with ABC, and that was in parents reference to herd immunity, which means the virus, he says, will go away. After a high percentage of people have been infected. Already Herd mentality that means people are influenced by masses to act emotionally. So it's herd immunity is what he was trying to say not herd mentality and the nation's leading infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, has repeatedly said if the country attempts herd immunity The death toll would be enormous, is what he says.

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Africa Declares Wild Polio Is Wiped Out — Yet It Persists In Vaccine-Derived Cases

Pod Save the World

01:01 min | 2 years ago

Africa Declares Wild Polio Is Wiped Out — Yet It Persists In Vaccine-Derived Cases

"Rare unequivocally good news is that the Africa Regional Certification Commission has declared, the continent is now free of wild polio this breakthrough as the result of a major vaccination campaign in Nigeria which had up to eight thousand cases a year through the mid two thousand according to the BBC accounted for more than. Half of all global polio cases a decade ago the reporting on this subject can be a little confusing right because there's another strain of polio that can emerge for people who have been vaccinated but the key point the thing everyone needs to know is that if if you get vaccinated, you're protected from all these strains. So universal vaccination is key in Italian protect these populations. Vaccination campaigns have been difficult Nigeria because there's a terrorist group called Book Haram that makes parts of the country very difficult to reach. Doctor is also half the battle conspiracy theories alleging that the vaccine is actually an American plot to sterilize people. Maybe these Islamist groups live in Orange County copen nineteen made everything harder right 'cause you couldn't travel. So this is a big

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FDA issues emergency authorization for COVID-19 plasma treatment

CNBC's Fast Money

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

FDA issues emergency authorization for COVID-19 plasma treatment

"FDA granted emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma treatment that uses antibodies created by people who recovered from covid nineteen to treat those infected with the virus according to research from the Mayo Clinic the treatment appears reduced mortality in those transfer us within three days copen nineteen

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US is expected to report a record-breaking economic plunge

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

02:50 min | 2 years ago

US is expected to report a record-breaking economic plunge

"Of restaurants and businesses in the Sacramento area have been struggling, even shutting down due to the Corona virus pandemic going deeper now, on a new report from Yelp that shows numerous businesses have closed in the Sacramento Roseville Arden Arcade Metro area. Yelp reporting more than 1500 businesses shut down between March 1st and July 10th 131 restaurants. 99 retail businesses were marked permanently closed. National projections suggest that roughly half of small businesses or risk amid the Copen 19 crisis, I talked about this with Caleb Silver from invested media consumer spending, which drugs 70% of US gross domestic product has been falling after climbing in June. Why, Because of the researches of the virus has forced the closures of businesses. You mentioned the ones around Sacramento. Happening all over the country Cos isn't trying to be open hiring folks back and they had to lay that Marcus. You have this resurgence, which is putting people back on the unemployment lines, just the time with a $600 a week. Extra unemployment benefit is running out. And Caleb talk about the different industries. I'm obviously the hospitality travel industry, but it really it's affecting everybody thing. It's seemingly everybody across the board pretty much nearly every sector has been impacted by the pandemic in the economic fallout if you look across the retail sector We've seen a number of legacy Retail's go out of business filed for bankruptcy here consolidate. But even if you look at industrial demand a factory sector where we thought we'd have a recovery by now, we had one in the beginning of June. That's gone. Those industries are now suffering again as well. And the root of all of this is the lack of spending by businesses and consumers because there's so much on certainty about the virus and where we go from here. So Caleb, Even what people are spending online is just not not measuring up to what needs to be done to keep the numbers up. Absolutely. When you think about where we were back in February, with the economy was growing about 2 to 3%. Consumers were basically healthy across the board. Even with the lower income level, we did have robot spending, But as soon as the virus hit, and we were forced to work from home businesses shut, consumer spending except for online spending has really gone down. But online spending is not going to prop up in the comedy of Okay and a final the impact of the economy if we continue in this direction, but the impact on the economy has been pretty staggering. Already. We already had 10 millions of people who are unemployed. We have many millions more unattached to the workforce were simply not looking for a job because there are no judge. So you have the unemployment hacker. Then you have GDP. Gross domestic product is expected to plunge. 34% on an annualized basis in the Latin quarter. That's going to be the steepest plunge since before 1958. So we're looking at historically bad numbers for the economy. Historically bad numbers for unemployment and bending, which is really driving the US economy has dried up.

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New virus cases rising in 42 states as U.S. death toll surpasses 130,000

Morning Edition

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

New virus cases rising in 42 states as U.S. death toll surpasses 130,000

"The Copen 19 death toll has surpassed 130,000 people in the U. S. According to Johns Hopkins University virus cases are rising in at least 42 states, including Arizona and Florida. A number of covert patients has doubled at Miami's largest hospital in Arizona. The number of new cases has passed 100,000. State officials say. More than half of these cases are people younger than

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Inside the Downfall of the XFL

ESPN Daily

09:12 min | 2 years ago

Inside the Downfall of the XFL

"XFL was supposed to be the league that can finally make spring football work with financial backing from WWe's Vince McMahon in veteran leadership from commissioner Oliver Luck. The idea seemed promising. But just five weeks in Copen, nineteen forced the xfl hit pause, and then unlike other leaks. It announced it was shutting down for good. Today the inside story of why the xfl closed doors, and whether it could have been saved. I'M UNICOM'S IT's Tuesday June sixteenth. This is espn daily presented by marathon. Shaken. What's Shakin what she can not much some to you're talking to you Kevin Siefert writes about the NFL and the xfl for ESPN. So Kevin the last time you and I talked was to preview the xfl so excited about this new league time the rules and how funding would be, and whether it would work, and while sadly, we are gathered here today to autopsy the xfl the. League officially suspended their operations on April tenth season quote the uncertainty of the current environment, obviously referencing the corona virus pandemic. What was it like inside the League on that day? It was pretty wild. Actually talked to Kurt unsecure. WHO's the president of the Saint? Louis? Battle. Hawks and he heard some rumors he had wondered if the League would. Need to cut back in some way like many businesses, but he at most thought there might be some layoffs or potentially some furloughs, but when he woke up that morning. Like many other xfl employees he saw the. Direct deposit from. His pay. Was much larger than normal. Anyone who's ever worked in an office setting or a for a company of any kind knows that on your last day you get a paycheck for your salary, and also for any occasion time accumulated, and that's what that's. What happened here and that was really the first sign that he occurred hunziker or anybody. Really who worked for the xfl knew that not only were some changes about to happen, but. Some really ominous events were about the Kerr that day. And they found out. There was a going to be an all company conference. Call at about noon. And that's where they were informed that everyone who works for the League was terminated. Kevin Win all that down. The XFL was on hold like pretty much everything else right I mean the pandemic hit a sports world back in March when the NBA system. It's season. WWe Closes headquarters in Stamford Connecticut days later then on March. Twentieth six fell big flat out of their season, and said we look forward to playing full seasons for you, and with you in twenty twenty one, so it seemed like at the time the plan wasn't afford the league entirely, but just hit pause. Pick up when the pandemic was over. Why do you think they thought they could keep going back then? I think they they felt pretty good that in the five weeks at the season had managed to get through they had. Gone a long way. Towards proving the concept they had pulled in about twenty million league revenues, and they're projecting forty six million through the rest of the year. They're TV. Ratings had dipped, but they were about to go on a run of having most of their games, either on ABC or Fox and so, that would probably at least stabilized the ratings, and they thought that they would have for the first time since they had started building the league time to really sit down, pull apart their thoughts and come up with a better product, the following year Vince McMahon who the owner of the League he had pulled almost four hundred million dollars out of WWe stocks into his personal account to finance. Really for two or three years, and so they knew the money was there, he had put up about two hundred million, and was committed to paying another hundred and fifty million a year for a few years. Until they could potentially get the profitability, so there was. A lot of confidence that the money existed to continue subsidizing the League in that long term plan would not be sacrificed just because the season had to end more abruptly than they had hoped. I didn't know that so the xfl Vince McMahon rather was using wwe money to fund the XFL. Right away you know Vincent Man's the owner of w w well early state, the founder and the CEO, and so he had lots of stock, and so he used that stock eventually to fund the XFL. There was a division, a financial and business division, but you know there was also a shared services agreement between the two. Certainly the way they were able to recruit coaches and front office people and even the Commissioner Oliver luck the way they were able to convince people to come aboard was the show them the plan the financial plan that he had to spend money over the over those three years, there was public documents. That showed that the stock had been sold in that the money was now. In Vincent. Man's hands to fund the XFL and that's why they they felt so good about it. So the xfl like every other sport announces. Hey, we're going on pause. Then a couple of weeks pass. What was the state of play at the beginning of April? Really at the beginning of April the XFL was in off season mode. Oliver Lock. WHO's the commissioner had been asked to come up with twenty, twenty, one I jets. He had asked all the department has all the team presidents to come up with plans to market the teams throughout the long off season. That was to come. Everything was in the XFL. Offices were being directed towards this twenty twenty one season and a lot of times towards the twenty twenty two seasons well, they were looking ahead, saying okay, here's what we want to do in twenty twenty one. We WanNa make it better, and this is what we want and twenty twenty two, and then then we look to see if we can be profitable and this was all going on really. Really, in between the time, the xfl canceled season, and when it shuttered and had bankruptcy, and so those plans were all compiled, and I'll reluctant demand to Vince McMahon, and then they didn't hear anything. They didn't hear anything back, and they thought maybe it was because Wrestlemainia was going on. People had their attention there, but that was something that caused a little bit of unease as the second week of April arrived and that. They've been asked to create these budgets. And then there have been radio silence. So Oliver Overlook. Who was commissioner of the XFL also Andrew looks father for those who don't know and has been a sports executive for years used to NFL Europe who's an executive with the NCWA? He's going about his business. Assuming the league's going to come back putting together some plans, and then what happens. And then he gets a call or actually gets a letter on April ninth stating that he had been fired for cause and the letter came from. Vincent man and from the his attorney listing supposed. Infractions to his contract into his duties that Oliver Luck had apparently committed in his response, Oliver Luck in his legal papers, said he had never been told of any of these issues, but on April Ninth I, think about five o'clock is when Oliver Luck found out, he'd been fired. So what elect do? You know he is already in his home. In Indianapolis, the xfl offices were closed, and so he immediately got with his lawyer. Because when you get fired, because usually that can mean that the guarantee in your contract is no longer valid, and so he has sued for wrongful termination, not only disputing the reasons that Vince McMahon fired him which among other reasons, whereas the use of company cell phone for personal reasons which. Many people in the xfl on in the public to be an awfully little bit of a petty, and that's not even editorializing. It's just a fact. You know petty reason to fire sports commissioner WHO's making. Between five and seven million dollars a year, and so he not only is disputing the facts of what was in the latter, his termination letter, but also that the xfl never gave him the thirty days. That's required in his contract to correct any issues that ownership is having, and so that is currently playing out in court. We'll see who wins on that or whether there is some kind of negotiation that occurs, but at the moment Oliver Luck seeking twenty three point eight million dollars from Vince McMahon, who can fill the contract that he signed in two thousand, eighteen to be the commissioner of the xfl.

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Are We Living In A Dystopian World? Find Out NOW!

Talk, Tales and Trivia

08:02 min | 2 years ago

Are We Living In A Dystopian World? Find Out NOW!

"Hello this is Stephanie. And this is talk tales and Trivia. The show where. I talk about pop culture trivia. Listen I love researching pop culture trivia so that you can stump your family and friends with Great Trivia on today's episode. I thought I would talk about the content the entertainment that we watch and read and listen to at home. That's right it could be a movie. A book or podcast. Well it is all double or triple the entertainment and content. And you'll understand what I'm talking about in a few minutes. Listen I love dystopia anything? And if you've been listening to this podcast you know it. Well to stop in is so popular right now and to stop anything is popular but did you know that it is a sub genre that is under the huge science fiction genre and it is very popular. Well think of all the movies and books that you've read and other entertainment that you've watched that is using the scare factor or the desperation factor that brings in misery or discomfort. Or just something that you are not comfortable with well. That is a distortion emotion. Right it brings in something that is just foreign to you. And that would also be a change to the human condition This is perfect for living environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely and we are certainly doing a lot of that so there are so many people much more than. Let's just say your ago that have taken to a distortion entertainment to still be in anything. It could be a book like. I said it could be a movie or it could be a podcast and that is all under the distortion genre. Now if we're gonNA have a dystopia genre we'll guess what we have to have the opposite and that is a utopian genre and there is that no. What is the difference? Well of course you know the difference. I'm going to give you a definition right now. Well what does dystopia mean and I will tell you right now? Dictionary Dot Com has a great definition. Here a society characterized by human misery as squalor oppression disease and overcrowding. That's right and now I will give you the definition for utopia or utopian. Well of course it means the exact opposite of distortion it. Means of relating to or just having to do with idealized perfection given too impractical or unrealistic schemes of such perfection. It's an idealized perfection. And that's something that we don't really see very often so we tend to go towards the dystopia N- types things well. This is perfect for living in an environment of social unrest including social distancing and working remotely that we have had to get used to in the recent past. But I want to tell you about a couple of movies that are wonderful and then you can also read the books. And sometimes and one of the instances you can also get a podcast is a really good thing as well. Well the first thing I want to talk about is the most dangerous game. Well what is that? Well I read the Schwartz story when I was probably very young in the nineteen seventies and it is a short story that came out in nineteen twenty four by Richard Connell and it is a wonderful short story Nelson for the nineteen thirty eight film adaptation. You can see the most interest game and it is so cool. Well the most dangerous game about hunt but this is a different kind of hunt and you will find it very interesting. Read the Short Story and see the movie and guess what it is. Just become a series on qube DOT com. Now qube is very interesting and I want to mention this because I just discovered it is shorter episodes but the same kind of story. They just cut out a little bit of the excess things that they didn't need and the short story or the movie but this is very interesting so on Qube it is an episodic short series thirteen episodes with Liam Hemsworth and they are really easy and Benge worthy. So do that next. I WanNa talk about a book that I read in Maimi junior high school and that is nineteen eighty-four. Well George Orwell wrote the book in Nineteen Forty nine and he can kind of see the future. It is a warning of what is to come. The story takes place in an imagined. Future the year well nineteen eighty-four when much of the world has fallen victim to perpetual war? Omnipresent government surveillance and propaganda. Well it is not a fun place to live and it is not a fun time to be alive in nineteen eighty. Four is a great book. You don't WanNa miss it? Read the book. See the movie and the concept of the book and the movie was used to record a super bowl ad in nineteen eighty four now on youtube and that will be in the show notes. It represents the control of technology and how it's taking over and the ad big brother is represented by IBM Somewhat and the takeaway from the ad is the world is going to change because of computers That did happen next. I love this and it is the center. Well the first season starring Jessica Biel was great but they have three seasons. And what is going on is why a murder was committed and keeps you guessing. Well it stars. Bill Pullman as well as the investigator in all three seasons I know it's not distortion but it's worth a watch. It's a mystery thriller psychological thriller psychological fiction and it is on net flicks three seasons. You don't WanNa miss it? It is Binge Worthy Watch the series and read the book now. Next is a funny kind of situation. I came across this and I wasn't planning on it. I was just had a little bit of free time and is the stranger. Well what is that about? The Stranger is a British mystery thriller series written by Danny Brocklehurst and based on the two Thousand Fifteen Harlem copen novel of the same title. Try to get that at Amazon. And you won't be able to the mini series premiered on net flex in January of twenty twenty just a couple months ago and it stars Richard Armey Taj. Who is best known for the Hobbit Oceans Eight and Captain America and it starts one of my favorites. And I know some people won't recognize the name Jennifer Saunders and she was an absolutely fabulous a British comedy so watch the series the stranger. It's so interesting. Okay now. We're going to go back into a DYSTOPIA and type of deal and this is really fun. Try to get all these friends and people to watch and not everybody gets it but I know that you will. It is called Black Mirror and there's five seasons it is a British distillery and science fiction and Black Mirror was inspired by the twilight zone. That's right dealing with controversial contemporary topics with less fear of censorship than other more realistic programs. It highlights topics related to humanity's relationship with technology and the stories that feature the way we live now and the scary and Weird Way. We might be living in the future.

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New Hampshire Primary Election Results 2020

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:37 min | 3 years ago

New Hampshire Primary Election Results 2020

"Let's return now to the results of the New Hampshire primary key win for Bernie Sanders terrible night for Joe Biden. The first one either while while sound is is so far at least winning the race for Democrats supporters can he convert that into the wider political appeal that he would need to defeat. Donald Trump in November. Joining me to discuss that and some of the day's other top stories are Vincent Vinny. UK correspondent for Euronews and political analyst and former BBC political correspondent. Kara okay. I'm carol normally. If you label anybody in American politics anything in American politics a socialist you might as well call them Communists Ernest. It's it's it's completely fatal and you can see candidate sanders going up against trump and socialists. Being about the only thing Donald Trump says for the next six months absolutely Leeann I think socialism socialist does have different connotations in the United States. It's still something where Donald Trump can successfully whip hop certainly a part part of the American electorate against him. I think what's interesting here is that yes last night was a good night for Bernie Saunders. But he was only a fraction ahead of Pete. Booty judge and we've seen Amy Klobuchar also showing very strongly. There's quite a long way to go in this race Bernie Sanders. This is in many ways. The Jeremy Corbyn of American politics. He's got this very powerful loyal. Fan Base significant pecan grassroots support activists who go out there and campaign for him but he's a very divisive figure. He's divisive even within the Democratic Party. And as I think you suggested that there are many even within the Democratic Movement who think that he is just too left-wing to socialist too radical to win over the number of votes the center ground to win votes back from Donald Trump. I mean Vincent. Those I had some voters being interviewed yesterday. Who Democrats who said? Look if it's if it's Bernie. We're not GONNA win. You might as well not even have the election because trump's in trump's GonNa win the election is there that sense and I suppose there is a parallel here to something we'll discuss later in the Labor Party in the UK. The sounders does very well with activists goes very well with committee diehard Democrats who are going to vote Democrat anyway but it's that question of whether he can win over those voters in the middle the ones who voted for a bomb but then voted not for trump as a two things on this. The first is yeah. There's obvious parallel with Jeremy copen hip. There's an obvious parallel with Donald Trump. Someone who wasn't a Republican came in as the fringe is candidate managed to get a strong movement behind him that really supports them then took over the party. And we're seeing the same thing with Bernie Saunders in. He has this movement that he carried forward Ford from the last election. He never ready suspended parts of his campaign the going through the last couple of years and now he is. He's still registered for the next senatorial race as an independent not even as a Democrat. And so he's coming. He's reregistered as Democrats run. He is running away with it. In these first two states and for the other candidates you know De de Joe Biden is basically what Bush was last time round. You Know Jeb. Bush even brought his. You know his brother former two-time president his dad on board the campaign and still couldn't make a breakthrough so we're seeing that same thing with Joe Biden. We'll see whether he he's GonNa Mention Obama even more in the build up to South Carolina but really now he is pretty much out of this this and if the Democrats want to get moderate candidate will clover shirt. You've got Warren. You've got pete. They and Bloomberg is well. Of course it's not forget they now need to pick one one of them and the others need to fall away. Otherwise they're going to be so split that Bernie Sanders is going to run away with this and the second thing to say is there is an ugly side to the Sanders Campaign Ryan as well. We saw it again. Last night. Cynthia Nixon the actress from sex in the city who try to become New Yorker Governor recently and is now a Bernie supporters. She had to shut down a crowd out who booed when Hillary Clinton's name was mentioned. And we're seeing there. Is this kind of vindictive side and Bernie's campaign the Bernie Bros.. Who are turning off mainstream even Democrats so it remains to be seen if Bernie can bring parties together because there are people unhappy with his conduct? The last election in Calvin mentioned some of the sort of people seen seen as the middle ground candidates. The aim Who did very well yesterday? But he's done well in in both the people around him seem to be trying to frame him now now as twenty twenty s version of Obama as the outside of that no one had heard of. Who's going to storm through the race? But I mean is he is he. Is he in Alabama a Buddha Jiji. You're talking about now. We'll look. He has clearly got charisma. He's young Buddy lacks experience I think it's very difficult to see how he could win over those saunders supporters. Just as. It's very difficult indeed to see. How Bernie Ernie Saunders can win over those that larger number of motors? I think what's interesting if you look at what happened last night Saunders was the victor there were about a third of the votes went to Saunders Elizabeth Warren on the more radical wing of the party more than half went to the others who more or less centrist. But as Vincent was pointing out They've got to make up their minds. Because if that memorial memorial vote is split between several different candidates Then there is a strong possibility that saunders come through the middle. I think we do have to watch out for Michael Bloomberg Berg who has fought this rather on docks campaign of skipping housed on all these primaries but his spending he spent since the beginning of the year more than three hundred million dollars on advertising and advertising campaign. That's getting through too much larger numbers than and these political events which perhaps only capture a small amount of the electorate now. He's a bit of an unknown quantity But he we'll certainly feel looking at the fact that there's no other really clear front runner at the moment that he still has to be in there with Jones. Obviously we will learn more. We we get to Super Tuesday at the beginning of March not may well be the death knell for Joe Biden. If he's not able to to to get anywhere but we never parallels British and American politics and in the general election in the UK. Back in December. You bumped into people said the choice I've been given is a hard right conservative government or hard left Labor government Vote is actually. Don't feel they sit in the middle in the end of the vote is did break left him right pretty much consistently if you go through that in America if it sounded Zondo's trump then what happens to those middle ground. American voters is the reason. No third party candidate has ever done anything other than screw up the mathematics the electoral college so presumably they all just going to have to pick a side. Yeah people always you know early on campaign people worried about Tulsi Gabbard splitting the Democrat. Vote but but I think just to go back on one part of your question. A we call Joe Biden now on one thing is that he polls extraordinary high with black voters and has ninety-nine percent name recognition in America. When we get to the next one which is South Carolina very You know African American state. He might surge ahead that it was interesting that he actually. He left New Hampshire last night before the result and he had a rally in South Carolina and then with Super Tuesday much more diverse state. So he could pull stuff back Because because you know Pete Bootleg does very poorly with black voters. Amy Club shells also good issues as a time as a lawyer in in terms of criminal issues that she prosecuted And so do you know. It's not absolutely so not yet but yeah it is for a lot of people. You Know Bernie. Democrats will have the same problem that Republicans had with trump. Is it. Do you just hold your nose and vote for him can burn. He put through a message of we have to get trump out which is what Joe Biden has been trying to do. You might not think I've got all these you know snazzy new policies but I'm just the take back the soul of America get trump out and what what the camp has to do behind Bernie is to really say say you know you have to hold your nose and vote for him just to get trump out but his policies and particularly an attack. I heard last night. The hadn't heard before with Bernie is you know. He took his honeymoon in the. US are before the Iron Curtain fell now in America that is going to play so bad and I think we're going to hear a lot more about that in the next couple couple of weeks

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Nick McCarvel on covering tennis in new ways

The Tennis.com Podcast

10:00 min | 3 years ago

Nick McCarvel on covering tennis in new ways

"Guest today is nick mccarville he is seen and heard all over the world according as well as on-court emceeing and he got his start as a writer nick mccarville joins us in New York City which is where he lives and we talk about everything from how he got his Argentina's reporting and how he made the switch from writing to being on camera we also go over his schedule and how he manages traveling all over the world as well as his memories that include interviews with Roger Fetter of course who else let's jump right into that interview with Nick mccarville thank you for joining us thanks for having me like our makeshift midtown studio fancy podcast stuff happening or in New York and we caught neck on his way to fly because what else would you be doing it's actually funny because When I was an intern at tennis magazine actually to get an internship at tennis magazine I brought a suitcase into the lobby to go apply as I was of as headed out of town in New York I was there here visiting friends for Thanksgiving and literally twelve years later here I am back at Tennis Channel Tennessee com with a suitcase things have changed but we're still in New York City with our suitcases dragging around makeshift studio so yeah life is good life is good tell us a little bit about post. US Open Life what he's been up to Yeah I post US Open had some time off which was great and then it to Geneva to Labor Cup which is really cool I'd never been to Switzerland which was awesome and it was pretty cool to see that whole set up with I mean is essentially the Roger Federer Copen the Roger Cup In Geneva the fans were so into Federer in Switzerland and I think that when they have that first iteration of Labor Cup they wanted to have it in Switzerland very soon after it started and so to see all of that fanfare for Federer for Labor Cup in Geneva was really cool and I did that social media hosting and some stuff with tennis Australia team that was there and I've been hanging out just like catching on a lot of work stuff that I had during the summer that kind of built up okay so nick I have to ask I am like super huge fetter fan and you know people think that if you're in your home country like they'll probably leave you alone if you're such a big deal but like can he even walk around without being bothered like I've always wondered that Yeah I don't have a clear answer it's a good question but I saw a couple of times we did events within the city and there were like active crowds arounds ederer and obviously you know they opening ceremonies sort of thing at the government building that was really cool and there's a huge amount of fans there I think most of them for Roger and then a couple times we're leaving the hotel he was staying at and there were definitely people gathered around to take pictures and stuff but I did see miracle at one point the kids in the minivan I don't know where they were going but like she was driving which I was like a little bit surprised by was like Oh America's driving the kids around Switzerland which makes sense Ah I we didn't follow respecting America's privacy because I know it's good for me yes I mean that's like a half answer but I think that obviously people everywhere in Switzerland know him know who he is but I think he can still lead somewhat of a normal life esh you get nervous interviewing him because you've done It alive my my most memorable standout Nick Macabre moment is you interviewing Roger Federer in the twitter Blue Room in Australia after he won you also have been Serena select course everyone got to go through the twitter blue room but is there a bit of a different level when you're talking to him or you kind of your professional your cool I mean I'm never professional or cool I always attempt to be both and I fail but no I mean Raj at Labor Cup is so chill because it is his vance right and so he was so easy work with Joe I mean he's always easy to work with but especially in Geneva like I pulled him in for a few things kind of last minute because social media's always on the bottom of the totem pole after the you like TV's and newspapers and that kind of thing so the one that's still gets me a little bit as Rafa like I feel like sometimes rough does or doesn't want to do stuff so I try to be that'd be calculated when I actually asked Ross to do something because I feel like sometimes he's not in the mood to do things I agree I get that vibe and you're not alone there they get that vibe to I'm not even work with them now nowhere near as much as you have but Roger makes things Kinda feel comfortable especially Labor which is what you said it's like he's way more relaxed but ofo makes me feel anxious and kind of makes everyone feel anxious and it's no knock on Rafa either like he is just kind of his personality also comes into a room and he'll shake everyone's hand and say hello and be you know very cordial but I think he's they just have to do so much that I try to be a little more like on my game whereas Roger may be makes you feel relaxed like that's kind of his approach do you do they recognize you does he like South Nick No yeah I actually don't know I I mean I always say hey roger how are you introduce myself every time but I've kind of gotten past the point of carrying if the players know my name I used to like I used to be a thing where I was the player to know my name and I'm just like okay I'm as long as we have a good interview and they feel comfortable and I'm asking somewhat interesting questions than I'm pretty that'd be lovely okay so you've been to all the grand slams so you were at Labor Cup I mean what kind of energy was that like how different from Grand Slam to Labor Cup I mean what are the major differences that you found being there well it's just a completely different event overall fan energy was really awesome and I did Chicago last year as well when it was here which is really cool and the energy in that stadium I the one thing I always sort of given example of Labor Cup because they're still those people out there that are kind of like what is this event and it's so funny it's flooding I mean I I agree with you like we've got to figure out what it is and I think hopefully in the next few years it will but last year in Chicago the entire United Center getting rowdy for Diego Schwartzman that to me is like a pit of misers layup sort of its power but Irene I think it's just a different event overall than a Grand Slam I mean you know it's particular sessions the matches are shorter there's fewer matches it's only three days but the energy is big and the team aspect like people buy into more the demoralized vs Europe thing than I thought they would which is really cool when you're in the venue and it feels like Europe definitely felt like the home team in Geneva which school I love it I was in Chicago last year so I know you talking about is a different different five and as someone working at you feel a lot more comfortable oh I think because there are more comfortable and laid back so I totally get what you're saying but I want to ask a little bit about your star you know I know you started more the writing side than being in front of the era so let's go through the timeline of Nick mccarville tennis reporting career was God because I know a little bit about it but it's it's good you can't see every night and the podcast but she just yawned as you ask that question so I had to call you I'm not I'm sorry I just had a rough night asleep it's funny I know that I shouldn't be ups come on Tell Jet Lag oscillators real so much more annoying than Australia jetlag don't like what is going on I'm so sorry did not could not be worse No it actually I mean I I kind of a little anecdote at the start but I literally was here being friends in two thousand six when I was in college and was like I really want an internship at tennis magazine that was like the big thing for me and I was flying out that Monday after Thanksgiving wing and rolled my suitcase into the office and went up to the front desk manager and was like hey can can I apply for an internship and that summer I interned at tennis magazine we're just cool it was like kind of my first foray into tennis journalism I didn't tennis blogging college and then like they're soon after once I came to New York I was still doing a little bit but kind of my like big break within tennis journalism was in two thousand nine I had been in New York for a year and the New York Times I just started like a whole family of blogs and one of those blogs was called straight-sets which was the tennis blog for the New York Times so I started writing for them most of an unpaid they paid a little bit for certain blogs that they would end up using on the website in different sections but that was kind of my I like breakthrough and then from there I worked on some side projects and got my first writing job with them. MSNBC DOT COM in two thousand and ten the next year and then slowly started making my way into the tennis world that's like way way back I remember for some reason the first memory our first thing I came across was USA. Today I mean so I I worked so I was with at Msnbc and then the daily beast which is a news website and then in the summer of two thousand twelve I got offered to do NBC Olympics coverage for their website as well as work on the US Open APP I was like the APP copywriter so I did all of the copy for the US Open Up in twenty twelve which is it's so funny like how different apps work now like I was specifically hired just for that but those two gigs basically spurred me to start doing the tournament work as Irena Sanger Donald at the Grand Slams and that got me into like writing for tournament websites social media helping people manage their websites overall like digital content and then in two thousand fifteen USA Today hired me as their tennis reporter so I did that for ears Twenty fifteen and sixteen and did that cool feature about Irena in Paris and her

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Live from the Annual Trader Joe's Captains' Meeting

Inside Trader Joe's

02:43 min | 3 years ago

Live from the Annual Trader Joe's Captains' Meeting

"Another I today we're at the annual trader Joe's captains meeting and this year it happens to be in New York City. It's in a different city every year captains our store managers and if you've listened to our episode so far you know that every year we gather all of our captains together to let at them know where we're going say thank you for all the things that have happened over the last year and to bring home some great energy back to all the stores. It's important to us that our stores ours are really great. Ambassadors to their neighborhoods or in their neighborhoods and our captains are our ambassadors back to the stores so they can work with our crew to you become great neighbors. We get a lot of feedback on the podcast and we got a lot of comments and this comment for me really summed up the impact the hard hitting touchstone moments for our listeners that we've been able to create outrageous a little snip here. This podcast is the perfect blend of being interesting but not not so important that I need to listen to each word. That's real stuff so thank you one of the most important aspects of this gathering every year the leadership of the company captains a trader Joe's stores it's to look at and think about new product what's Newt. It's really about two parts of our merchandising group of the buying organization product development versus product innovation product development is really bringing things that we know we want to have in the store that we think will really sell well and customers will be excited about that so Marcy copen Colin fields their teams is really focused on that product innovation is a really interesting spot. It's about finding those things that we never knew were out. There that we now can't can't live without from an excitement perspective that product innovation category really tends to be the one that excites people right. It's like Oh. I've never heard of that. That's so cool. That's so weird. I don't know if people are going to buy that and then they fly off the shelves because cauliflower right or it doesn't I mean product innovation is riskier certainly and that's okay we want things to be interesting and we know that vanilla ice cream will likely always be the best selling thing but in UB purple sweet potato ice I scream bought in the right way. Ltd a certain fixed amount that could be really fun and interesting and that's that balancing act between the two. We wanted to bring out some folks whose lives every day trader Joe's are focused on just those things absolutely so. Let's have Lori Lada Marcy Copen and Colin fields come. I'm on out here

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World Economic Forum 2019: Stage set for another powwow in Davos

Bloomberg Daybreak

04:24 min | 4 years ago

World Economic Forum 2019: Stage set for another powwow in Davos

"Big thing this year. Now about theme is how is this a trend? Does this continue and a message from the central Bank? He'll be president's weak is being a bit more patient. They might be a bit more cautious about what they're gonna do with monetary policy, an incoming wait. Publications stations by the fact that the market economy showed some slowing at the end of last year. So how could we see that theme of caution play out as we head into the World Economic Forum? Backdrop got. Government shutdown. I got Brexit all into the system. And I think when you put that all together, you're gonna find the CEO's, President Trump's beer nervous. Bit more uncertain about the outlook reflected in hiring and investment plan. So that'll be a real interesting point to focus on his just how bullish are the company, but generally about that economic outlook. Yeah. So which CEO's do you think are going to be most notable to look at the big banks years? We'll be that Jamie diamond from J P Morgan David Solomona we making his debut as the CEO of copen sacks. Good from the corporate world. Some level of expertise or some insight into what's going on in the economy, and that's one of the benefits of it. The what economic forums that meeting? People like a thousand from fester general, everyone kind of comes out of that silo. And and brings a perspective to that debate will be fascinating to watch given that heading into the forum, Jamie diamond in particular was talking about if the government shutdown continues if some of this uncertainty continues in the weeks and months ahead. We could be headed toward zero growth. I mean, I wonder if they're going to be any CEOs coming to this forum that might show some glimmers of optimism in this time of uncertainty often a bullish cruelty. Those who make it about their own companies sense. I think we're entering area weather is not gonna grow as strongly as a one. At the same point. When you look at labor market being tight, you think actually does translated. So maybe it's it's in better shape than we went into reading some of the coverage leading up to the forum this week Simon. I see the theme is globalism four point. Oh is going to be an overarching theme that we see at the WEF what is globalism four point -o concept. The idea that we've been through the industrial revolution. And we've into the tech revolution. And this is the next wave and coming out to this crisis period. Increased technology different requirements. Different amounts to take climate change into account. So it's time if you. What confrontation have been cold? Baffling, but there is at some behind this one. This is a good time to be discussing globalization at timely about trade wars, you got increasingly nationalistic agendas, and so I think that this is probably a good time to be discussing liberalization, of course, among those with a nationalist, perhaps anti-globalists agenda is the US administration led by President Donald Trump. Now, the partial government shutdown is keeping the US president from attending Davos, and now he's canceled the US delegation's trip. So Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and company or staying in the states, how will the absence of the USB felt in Davos will the president's policies still loom large at the event, you think actually

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