25 Burst results for "Cpaps"

Hawkeyes can't back up their lofty ranking, suffer humbling loss to Indiana

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

04:50 min | 3 months ago

Hawkeyes can't back up their lofty ranking, suffer humbling loss to Indiana

"Leg. I think we might need to revisit. The word realistic. The definition is as follows. Having were showing a sensible and practical idea of what can be achieved or expected. I bring this up because on wednesdays. Podcast i asked you if you believed indiana had a realistic chance to win at iowa on thursday night you said no. I said no. Just didn't seem like a sensible or practical idea of what can be achieved or expected and for at least three reasons. One iowa is clearly better than indiana in the season to iowa would have the best player on the court. In the form of luca garza an three iowa was inside carver. Hawkeye arena where it inner with a nine and record. Obviously you know what happened next score indiana iowa sixty nine not n- is roy j carver famed industrialists rolling over in his grave. Norlander what was it like for you to watch and unrealistic thing. Become a reality late thursday night. Miriam webster defines the word regret as sorrow aroused by circumstances beyond one's control or power to repair. That game was out of my control. It was out of your control of conduct or an event giving rise to regret undesirable unwelcome. And as that game played out and as it got into the second half. I thought this is interesting. This is look this indiana getting a good win. I was really going to take this loss all right. You know what this is. This'll be something good to talk about on the. Oh wait a second. What did we say at the end of the last podcast. We said too much did we. Did we call it a little too far. Yeah did i have someone tweet at me. A link to the definition of realistic. You bet your ass. I did congrats indiana fans although you might be super conflicted this morning here because obviously you want your team to do well. Obviously a decent portion of you just love basking self loathing when archie miller doesn't performance walls coaches. You'd like you got a good win here. This is the kind of win. That's gonna get you into the ncaa tournament. like i. i think the hoosiers someway somehow they're going to be in that incident tournaments if it's because of a win like this. Are you suggesting that was a cpap win was well. They're not maybe it was. How about a vaulting win. They might not have been in prior to this game. Get the win vaulted. And that's even better than the seat. Bump vault vault launch it right there like a catapult right over great job i indiana i gotta figure this is probably a top five win of the season considering iowa's a top five team in the metrics. It is a game on the road again even though it's not a true true wrote environment. It's still a so. This is one of the five wins and think anyone has had the season and india. It wasn't like the squeaked it out they got it done. They beat an iowa team that i checked late last night. I'll bring up right now. Yes i was still third at ken palm as we report this podcast on friday morning and the win by twelve so a wonderful job. Clearly you know. That's the kind of game if i speak to. The hawk is real quick. And you're right. I actually have in my notes cover. Hawkeye's rolling over in his nest. Not his grave. He's really covering his nest That defense there is obviously problematic for iowa. That's the that's the kind of game. Where whether you're a fan. Or just a bit of a skeptic of the hawkeyes early this is why i don't know if i can take them to get to the final four. I still can get there. It was just a disappointing performance. What you see on on thursday night and what was your primary take away. Okay let me tell you. I experienced this indiana comeback. So obviously we we. We have a new president now and the country has been an interesting place to live in recent weeks and a guy with the high school with who was like a genuinely good guy but we see the in completely different ways In probably every election of our our lives. I've voted one way. And he has voted another and so he reached out to me and he said hey. Listen i i want to try to better understand like i keep hearing people say you know you need to listen to other people and i want to try to understand in an and you can see if you would it. Be okay if i reached out to you every once in a while and say. Hey well what do you think about this. What do you think about that and he. Here's what i think about this. And what am i missing. And i thought it was like a sweet gesture and so i said sure. Of course i'd be happy to talk gone. Eleven biden voters chatty to you like that by the role of the roles are reversed. And i said you know what i of course and anytime you wondering why so. Why does gp think this way. Or why do i think this way. And you want to bounce off of me. And i'm here of course.

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UN health agency leads collaborative bid to get 135 countries ready for COVID-19

UN News

07:58 min | 1 year ago

UN health agency leads collaborative bid to get 135 countries ready for COVID-19

"This is Matt Wells at US News. Well if you're an avid follower of curve in nineteen developments you may have wondered what the phrase PCR equipment means. Well it stands for polymerase chain reaction which is the process that labs use to check with someone with cub in nineteen symptoms has the new current a virus after taking a medical swap usually from both nostrils in line with World Health Organization voice to countries to test as many cases of suspected. Infection is possible the race is on to find enough. Pc MACHINES FOR EVERYBODY. And that's where poll molinaro comes in. He's the cool calm collected head of the -gistically the WHO which with other EU partners is part of a major new initiative to help kit out one hundred and thirty five countries trying to see off the pandemic. He's been talking to you and uses Daniel Johnson. So right now. It's trying to get US access to products that are in extremely short supply because of very high demand and be able to get access to those markets collectively on behalf of lowering committing come countries a quiet financed by and move those things to a platform from which we can deliver via aircraft managed by. W and others to the countries where those things are needed. How many countries are we talking about so it depends on the type of on what product I think unless count where anywhere between one hundred twenty one hundred thirty five. We all know that. There's massive demand and not enough supply for face masks gloves. But what's the other equipment that you really trying to get hold of in? Massive numbers diagnostic tests different types of high throughput automated or manual. Pr Systems is critical then in biomedical. It's mainly around provisions of oxygen so oxygen concentrator 's oxygen manufacturing machines ventilators CPAP machines oxygen giving set any sort of mass. That go with it. So it's the PCP around the protection for the health workers lab workers. It's the diagnostics to be able to identify intest who is infected and then for those unfortunate enough to hit the clinical frontline. Is the equipment needed to treat them? And where exactly is it going to go first? How do you prioritize need well? It's difficult so we have developed a model based on epidemiology based on a number of inputs that we make for each country on the attack rate that they're currently facing how many cases they have and then from that we get an estimation of how many bed spaces they would need if they were moving to a clinical environment and that also putting in terms of what other percentages of mild severe severe critical cases that we're experiencing averaged out so it is a little bit of a and had to be done with modeling at the same time. We have a matrix. Who is issued an updates regularly on the various risks and vulnerabilities of countries? Of course we also compare that to current case count and the rate of spread in each country to try and get a sense of where we should be going. I and with numbers. And let's just talk about demand for second you were saying in an earlier press conference that demand is one hundred to two times above normal totally unprecedented stuff. So is this a significant enough measure bringing together enough you and agencies and Non Union partners to make a real difference. Well it's what we can do. So certainly we start off with bringing our partners into the shop and coordinating and working with them in terms of trying to bring together the volumes and the financing that we can collectively get hold off and then approach markets which we have. I mean different. Entities have different experience in different markets. So we try and use what we're strong collectively at. And that I think just gives us a more coordinated approach again beginning off on those elements we work closely with so assist the UN agencies and then some of our larger NGO partners which have long term standing relationship and organizations like the Global Fund and financing institutions like the World Bank like Bill Melinda Gates Foundation to be able to frontload or bridge financing for us to acquire some of these quantities. But with the best will in the world when border start closing and country start hanging onto the food end-equipment that they need to withstand this cove in nineteen new corona virus pandemic. How do you overcome those barriers? And the concern I have is that the World Food Program said that does delays at the borders yourself mentioned that to UNICEF macy's some difficulties in distributing vital vaccines so. What's the prognosis. Wants the outlet? It's difficult and it is a big challenge. Now what we do is we do have a long track. Record of being able to circumvent some of these bottlenecks where humanitarian and disaster. The districts professionals. It's not new to us. It's something we do as bread and butter and we'll continue to do so now with the infrastructure and assets we put in place managed by WFP. That's another partner that we've worked with a lot in the past to to reach areas that are difficult to reach and then around the difficulties with I mean. Who has country representation across the globe so does UNICEF so does the U N D peace within entire UNC system? There are ways that we can advocate within certain governments. And if you see some of these export restrictions doing clued generally provision for exemption for humanitarian and medical movement. It's not always easy to navigate the exemption and it takes persistence and you do have to jump through hoops but again. Persistence is something where we do. Where you sit and so we push forward that way now where we get availability we will. We'll address any issues we we don't face it in all the old country. We do get specific exemptions that negotiated and we do see movements it could be more and certainly will continue pushing for that again with access to a schedule sort of cargo facility provided by WIP and with the know how that collectively we have as you and agencies and NGOs. We can circumvent this. And I guess very last question to you. There's reports that air travel is going to cost fifty percent more now presumably. That will have the same sort of knock on impact on your work. So how will you manage to keep the show going if you like? Well I think when it comes to putting back the passenger networks online. Obviously they're not gonNA be able to fill their planes with people so certain even when we're planning for the WFP passenger service you know. They're not going to be able to have a complete fool plane. I mean especially not at the beginning that going to need to be distant so any airline company is going to have to factor that in now will that same price go onto the freight animal of that that goes underneath the plane. Maybe it will be cheaper. You're not actually loading many twenty or thirty kilos sets of luggage into the hold. Maybe frees up some capacity full cargo on some of these things. One never knows certainly when we were trying to find. F. Rate from China when Chinese manufacturing was down it was very cheap when Chinese manufacturing came back online. It becomes more expensive. It's just the nature of supply and demand over capacity and under-capacity so as these airlines come online maybe a freight we'll get cheaper on certain routes certain segments. Maybe it's going to get more expensive. So sometimes these things can be a bit hard to predict certainly living in a topsy turvy world at the beginning. When a lot of countries were sending support to China every into China was expensive. Now it's the other way round coming back gone up.

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Bold Futures of Vienna

Monocle 24: Section D

09:10 min | 1 year ago

Bold Futures of Vienna

"Very calming I mean if you don't know where to look if you see people cry over CPAP I mean it's GonNa take you away for a little bit take you away in your thoughts

Why People Store Fat In Different Parts Of The Body

Rutgers

01:20 min | 2 years ago

Why People Store Fat In Different Parts Of The Body

"And it was really, you know, us on this medication and that medication this cream in that cream and all those things are very expensive as people probably know. And so he lost thirty one pounds in forty days. Which is you know, it's a little below typical man. We we typically see twenty thirty five to forty five plus with men, but still thirty one and forty is tremendous. And when he came in, you know, we we did the hair and saliva diviner jetty scans. We looked at his blood work necessity. I don't know functional level. He got we gave them a liver support we give mental support. We also give mute support for a lot of times. Those things are on our auto immune type of issues. So for whatever reason the bodies attacking self? So we game some immune support got the body work in the right way. Thirty one pounds forty days the psoriasis he says is eighty to ninety percent completely gone. And it's great because then we're gonna use the DNA, and that's gonna show what supplementation. He's going forward and data show data scan for forty different. Metabolic factors to not only help them keep weight off. But also how to stay as healthy as possible going forward for really for the rest of his life. So once we get the body work in the right way. There's very little things that you that it cannot overcome on its own, and that's nj diet dot com. You can also call one eight five five five nj diet. One eight five five five six five three four three eight. I forgot to mention when you were talking about the C Pap machine. I knew I had somebody in mind that I wanted to talk about. So the CPAP machine is very uncomfortable for the person using it for the person sleeping next to them. All. You know, because they do make noise and. It's just not the most attractive thing in the world to have next year. Right. So we actually and Michael command in and they both did the program. She didn't have too much weight to lose. But I think she did it more as a support system for her husband, which by the way it works. Great. We have a husband and wife command. We really see tremendous results for both usually because you've got the mental support. You've got the cooking support and all these other things. So michael. Is down thirty six pounds in twenty seven days. Right. So one of the biggest reasons he came in today it over pound day. But one of the biggest reasons he came in wasn't even so much because he was using a CPAP machine, but he was on three different. He's not hungry at all. No, not hungry. He was on three different diabetes medications. Well, yeah. Because his glucose levels used to be one fifty to two hundred in the morning, and so he he used to take three pills in the morning to get those numbers. Now, three pills. Now, his doctor actually took him completely off the meds twenty seven days into the program because at day twenty-seven, his glucose levels in the morning ranging between ninety seven and one five that's where he's averaging and basically which is normal, right? And the CPAP machine is completely gone. Also and his wife apparently is now sleeping back in the bedroom. No, you go. I mean, there's gotta be some pluses and benefits to that one. Right. I jammed just saying Alison people's imagination. I'm just saying. Yeah. So I think that's really cool. I really, you know, I fortunately do not take any medications but hearing from people in terms of a how much money they're saving by not getting their monthly meds. Refilled be how much better they feel without those medications on a daily basis, and listen, you know, being married to a set of pills every morning is really really depressing in a lot of ways, I think, and I think that that's what our patients really start to realize if they hadn't already realized that before they came to us, but one of the things in one of the benefits is when they come in. And they're like, you know, hey, I don't have to take that medication anymore. My doctor told me I don't have to do that. It's really great. And you don't have to be best friends with your pharmacist. No, really don't know. You know, you could be best friends with someone else who provides positive things for you. You know, it's true Shawna came in and she was down. So Shawna did did the program. She kind of did it in a weird way. She did it for thirty days, then she had a two week vacation. So she did the program for thirty days. Stop the program. Two weeks short before a vacation get a little re to get the reset couple of days in then she came back in June. She did another twenty days of the programs. You said a total of fifty days. The cool thing is she was away. So she stopped the program. She thirty days lost a bunch of weight loss at twenty five or thirty pounds or something like that in third in the thirty days went away on vacation for ten to fourteen days and didn't put any of the weight back on while on vacation, which is awesome. And then she came back and did another twenty one days of the program. So basically should fifty days of the program and lost. So fifty six pounds total in the fifty days. That's pretty impressive. Yeah. That's great vacation vacation in the metro said you must have customized that one for her. Yeah, we have to play with it a little bit. That's fine. So she had a she says she had a vacation plan. She hadn't been away. And look I'm not gonna tell somebody not to go on vacation. So we customize it for we played with it a little bit. Did it the right way? And what's great is? She no more thyroid meds. No more no more sugar, medications or thyroid levels. Are normal. So she doesn't need that Ginny the foward medications anymore. And would she came in?

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CNN's Jim Acosta has White House press badge revoked

The Ray Lucia Show

51:18 min | 2 years ago

CNN's Jim Acosta has White House press badge revoked

"The White House has suspended the right house pass of CNN's Jim Acosta, accusing him of harming an intern who was trying to grab his microwave during a contentious exchange with President Trump accuster responded on. CNN but didn't put my hands on her or touch her as they're alleging. And it's just unfortunate that the the White House is saying this, you know, we all try to be professionals over there. And I think I handled myself professionally in a statement CNN said White House spokeswoman, Sarah Sanders. Right. They said the White House revoked a Costa's press pass in retaliation for his challenging questions during the conference. Jury selection has wrapped up in the New York trial of Mexican drug Lord, Joaquin El Chapo Guzman. The jury of seven women and five men are to hear opening statements next Tuesday, the notoriety of the case has prompted extra security measures that include keeping all of the jurors anonymous. You're listening to USA radio news. 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Boy, the headline stocks set Bal another ten percent before finding a bottom. According to the piper Jaffray technician. Stocks due for a recession and a tumble CNBC's are cash. Stating that every decade since the eighteen fifties in the US has had a recession. We haven't had one yet. So it's gonna happen. My advice, you do not obsess over fear of recessions. Wayne, why also last hour I was discussing the seven-year asset class return forecasts by none other than GMO. Jeremy Grantham, the G in GMO also wanna talk about the market what's happening with the market right now because you know, we went from record highs. Everybody's now concerned that we're in the midst of a bear market, which is true, by the way for a lot of the SNP stocks down twenty percent from their high. But I'll get a chance to talk about that. But I wanna start today with the piper Jaffray prognostication. Just over a month ago, the standard and Poor's five hundred. Was setting record highs. According to leave now more than seventy percent of the indexes components isn't a correction or worse. With some high profile names like Twitter, Caterpillar, Ford and AMD deep in bear market territory. So what are you going to do about it? I mean this. This is really amazing to me because people will come out and say, yes, we're the stocks could fall another ten percent. But they sure as h won't tell you when because they don't know. And so what if they do? Another ten percent. When when you're up four hundred percents since the bottom back in March of two thousand and nine what the heck's ten percent. And will we recover along? We'll take for us to recover from another ten percent fall six months a year. I don't know. I do know this that obsessing about recessions, and so forth is not a good thing. You can go a long time without a recession. But art Cashin very highly respected person on Wall Street says that every decade since eighteen fifty we've had one. And since the great recession ended in two thousand nine. Obviously means we haven't had one this decade. But in reality. You can go a lot of years without having a recession. Australia hasn't had one since one thousand nine hundred ninety one according to Ben Carlson. Who's a researcher? And does this kind of research? Could we not? The entering into a period of time where we're not gonna have a recession. I find it highly unlikely to be honest with you in the near term. I don't know anything about the long-term. But I look at the economic numbers right now. An absent some squirrelly stuff with trades and so forth. That you have to hope that the president figures out a way to worm his way out of the pickle. He's gotten him with China now with Russia nuclear treaty and all that stuff. But but so far this dude is figured out. How to do that stuff? He's got the strangest way to negotiate, but it's it's pretty darn effective. So assuming he does and a lot of these companies that are freaking out like, Caterpillar and so forth. Because of tariffs with China at cetera et cetera. That too shall pass. No one ever said making money in the stock market was easy. No one ever said that it was easy. And it's not. But over a long time period you look at the charts. I mean, I'm not charter, it's okay. I hate looking at charts. I think it's a waste of time to look at charts unless you're looking at one like the past thirty or forty years and just put your finger at where it started thirty or forty years ago and put your finger where the other finger from the other hand, I should say where it is today. And you will see a nice line that goes from the bottom left to the top, right? That's what the stock market has done, historically. In between times. There have been some pretty wicked selloffs. I mean, pretty darn wicked selloffs we've had some pretty wicked ones over the last several years as a matter of fact. Since the market bottomed in early two thousand and nine. There have been corrections of minus sixteen percent minus nineteen point four percent. Minus twelve point four percent minus thirteen point three percent. And mine is ten point two percent. That's in the standard and Poor's five hundred and I can assure you every single time. The pundits came out of the woodwork said. Yep. It's over now. Harry dent probably said, Yep. This is the precursor to Dau three thousand. Which he has actually said in the past that the Dow was going to crash the three thousand and instead of crashing to three thousand it's stored the twenty five thousand. I mean. He's a smart guy. No question about it. He's from Harvard, and he's not the only one by the way. I saw Ron Paul the other day on some TV commercial, and he's expecting a whole world to go to heck and a Handbasket and many many many others. But let me repeat since two thousand nine we've seen the market, correct? By sixteen percent. Nineteen percent. Twelve percent thirteen percent and ten percent. So when I read about piper Jaffray prognostication that we're gonna fall another ten. Oh cares. Who cares? If you were smart enough to get out, and then doubly smart to know when to get back in then perhaps you would care, but I don't. All right, shifting gears to the market as I said, Jeremy Grantham produces his seven-year asset class real return forecasts and as of September thirty two thousand eighteen. Here's what he had to say. Now when I say real return that means after inflation. After inflation. US large-cap stocks after inflation. Minus five point two percent per year. For the next seven years. That doesn't look good. Now, I have to also tell you that Mr. Grantham has also been wrong small-cap, stocks, minus two. High quality stocks minus five. Large companies international minus point five small international companies, minus point four emerging markets. Plus three point two percent. So after inflation. Three point two percent. Which means a nominal return about five and a half percent. That's the best. You can do. According to grant them bonds. Don't look any better. US bonds flat for the next seven years. International bonds down minus one point eight emerging market bonds up two point two percent. Cash up one percent. So check this out the emerging markets have how do I say this? Really been sucking fair and wind lately. He had according to Grantham. That's where you should put your money. I'm not suggesting that you do. I am suggesting that your ten to fifteen percent or whatever you've allocated to the emerging markets stock and bond markets, you hang onto even though the emerging market stocks have been. But I'm also suggesting these stay the course with your plan when we come back. We'll talk more about the market where it's been and where it is year to date where it might be going and some ways to build wealth outside of the stock market. Jeremy Grantham is correct around. 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But emerging markets are the only ones. That actually are above water three point two percent. And on the bond side. It looks equally as dismal. International bonds down minus one point eight percent. Emerging market debt up two point two percent. So it's just not looking all that hot. I'm gonna talk about some alternatives here in just a moment. But I thought that I would refresh everyone's memory on where we are year to date. In terms of the market performance. And this could change. Any moment because Marcus have been pretty volatile lately, haven't they? The Dow's up three point seven two percent. The NASDAQ is up seven point seven four percent. The Russell small cap index is flat point three eight percent. And the standard and Poor's five hundred is up four point zero nine percent. Now, if you've got an adviser, and they're charging fees. You're going to have to subtract that that's just from the index itself. Now bonds have been in the tank this year. And I wanna talk about this a little bit later, hopefully an opportunity to do that. But core US bonds are down minus two point four one percent. Long core bonds minus six point four four percent year to date. People buy bonds because they're supposed to be safe. But in a rising interest rate environment and can be nasty corporate bonds. Minus three point three two percent long corporate bonds. Minus six point five five percent. Government bonds, the safest of all. Minus two point two one percent. Intermediate minus one point five eight percent. Long minus six point three five percent. Make alone that the government this year. A long term loan twenty thirty years. You lost six percent mortgage. Bonds minus one point seven seven tips treasury inflation protected securities, minus two point six percent. Knowing that really looks okay and the bond world high yields are up one point six percent. And T-Bills cash basically one point four one percent. So where do you go to build wealth in a market like this? Well, number one is you do not. Bail on your stock market portfolio. But as I have mentioned for years and years and years looking at alternatives to the stock market can make some sense. And alternatives to the bond market as well. Alternatives to the bond market. Could be other forms of debt private debt and so forth. And you gotta look hard for this stuff. You need a very very good financial adviser. You don't have to look quite as hard in the insurance world because insurance companies compete favorably with bonds with certain annuities. We talked yesterday about multi-year, guaranteed annuity contracts. They compete with CDs virtually no risk if you hold until the end and you'll get a better rate of return from most companies, then you'll get from treasuries. Fixed annuities index to new itys variable annuities with guaranteed minimum withdrawal benefits, locking in some kind of a guaranteed income stream in the event the whole world collapses. Those are great ways for you to diversify away from the stock market, but still have the benefits of the stock market. If things do well if they don't do. Well, you're still okay because you locked in a guaranteed income stream for the rest of your life, which will probably translate into a bond like asset, and depending on how long you live. It could be a dog on good bond. But more importantly, it gives you the ability to wait out the storm in the stock market. So what are some of these fresh alternatives to the stock market? Well, we've talked about rental properties and vacation homes. A lot on this show. And there was a company now I forget their name. It'll come to me that evaluated. A lot of these different strategies in terms of how much orders yield street. How much it costs and how hard is it to do? So rental properties, the drop in home ownership rates is obviously led to a rental, boom. But you've got to be very very careful here because some markets you could lose your shorts in. So here's what they said about rental property and vacation homes. The setup is hard. It is got to do your homework time commitment is high. Money required, medium, twenty to one hundred thousand bucks, and the research is on you. Then they went to commercial property. You got to put a lot of money into this money required. Two hundred and fifty thousand time commitment medium setup again hard. Franchises like a subway or Dunkin donuts and all that you can earn ten percent. But it's very very difficult to make that work for you, unless you're the person behind the counter, and even then you're not going to get rich. Now, if you own twenty six Dunkin donuts or Jack in the boxes, you can make a fortune if they all work, but they're not all going to work perfectly. But your time commitment is high. The setup is hard the money required. Big fifty grand for the little Mickey Mouse franchises. And even Dan if you hired a manager you still got to watch over them. If you put fifty grand down, and he made ten percent five thousand bucks a year. I don't know if it's worth the risk. There's peer to peer lending this actually pretty easy to do. Go online, and you can get pretty decent rates of return. Anyway. Some alternatives at least to the stock market. I wouldn't get too crazy here big allocating some of your money to alternatives wise move. My preference is to find a fund that does these types of alternatives for you be willing to pay a fee, and let them do all the hard work. So you can sit back and go to Dunkin donuts. Have a Cup of coffee in about eighteen hundred calories. We'll be back. 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You just have to understand them and understand the role that they play in your portfolio. I mean in an ideal world. You'd figure out how much money you want to spend from your portfolio each year and ladder out some reasonably safe bonds and every year when the bond matures. You'd have the money go spend it and everything's cool. But as we discussed the other day. Most small investors get hosed when they do that. Because of the bid ask spreads and so forth. And you never really know what you're getting until you got it. So hence the bond fund over the years has come to fruition. And for the most part, they're pretty efficient way to buy bonds. In particular, if you're reinvesting all of the dividends, and you have them there for some form of safety. It's not what I would recommend you do with one hundred percent of your fixed income portfolio. But the question I get more than any other one on bonds is why do bond funds lose money. When interest rates are going up. I'm buying them for safety of principle. Well, we haven't had the deal with that much over the past decade or so because interest rates really past thirty years or so because interest rates had been on the decline. So bonds didn't really lose. But so far this year. They're hitting the skids, pretty hard. Pretty hard. Two six percent, depending on what you own. So as I've mentioned many times before there's an inverse relationship between interest rates and bond prices. So as interest rates, go up the value goes down. Let me give you an obtuse example to make the point. Let's say you went to the Bank. And the Bank was paying five percent interest on a CD. So the bond that you went out and searched for at least earn the same five percent or the person go to the Bank. So let's say you decide to put a grand thousand bucks in a bond that pays five percent. So now, you're getting the same interest from the bond as you're getting in the Bank. Now, what would happen to your bond? If the Bank happened to raise interest rates from five percent to say ten percent. You already bought the bond. So you're sitting there earning five percent. But you know, you can walk across the street and get ten percent. In a CD. So if you wanted to sell the bond. Paid five percent you'd have to reduce your price. Because anybody that would buy that bond from you would obviously prefer to go to the Bank and get ten percent rather than paying you par value for the bond and earn five. So the bond that you originally bought for a thousand dollars that pays you fifty bucks a year in interest. Would have to be reduced in price to five hundred dollars. Because a ten percent interest rate on five hundred bucks produces a fifty dollar per year interest payment. So therefore, you would have to reduce the value of your bond by fifty percent. That's what happens in the bond market. Now interest rate Dongo from five to ten percent. But I think you get the point. Now the Federal Reserve. Held interest rates at near zero for almost eight years. So we have not experienced this kind of dilemma with bonds and bond funds in the recent past and with interest rates rising bonds tend to look more attractive from a yield standpoint. But if they continue to rise, the total return may not be nearly as attractive. We've talked about alternatives. Many many times before. One alternative is to hire a bond manager that can go anywhere. Remember, I said before that high yields we're actually up so far this year not much but nonetheless up long bonds were down substantially. And most financial planners. Not me. Recommend allocating forty percent bonds. I didn't do it. When I was practicing and interest rates are on the decline and bonds were great performers. Because I always knew that at some point interest rates would change and people wouldn't understand why the safety portion of their portfolio was losing money. That is not to say, I wouldn't have some money allocated demands are just wouldn't do almost fifty percent of the portfolio. Especially when I can find alternatives like fixed annuities and fixed indexed annuities that produce returns that are very similar if not better. Especially when the stock market's doing well, but I wouldn't abandon them. But some people think well, wait a minute. Maybe my bond fund manager is asleep at the switch here. So maybe they are. But the problem with some bond fund managers is. What they're hired to do is by let's say government bonds. It's the government bond fund. So they can't switch to high yield. Because that's not doesn't have the same risk profile. So many times even if the manager frankly wants to go to cash or do something else. They don't want to let let the cat out of the bag here. They're in the business of managing money Abban managers in the business of managing money. Just like a stock managers in the business of managing money. And they don't want to not buy government bonds if their strategy is to buy government bonds, even when they perhaps think the buying government bonds not so hot. So rather than by a single purpose bond fund. You can buy a bond fund where you trust that the money manager will try to go to the right place to find the right bonds. I'm not suggesting they'll do better or worse. I'm just suggesting that they have more flexibility. I mentioned other alternatives fixed index the newest he's why are interest rates going up interest rates are going up because there's a fear of inflation not necessarily inflation. But a fear of inflation. And the unemployment rate is going down and wages are going up. And that bodes well for stocks. It does bode well for stocks. So if you have interest in a quote bond like an annuity, and the interest was calculated based on how well the standard and Poor's five hundred or some other stock index did. And there was no possibility of a loss. Why wouldn't you take some of the bond portfolio and put it there? I don't know it makes sense to me. Hi, did it to the tune of millions and millions of dollars for clients back in the day. And they never got angry because they never lost money. Now, they didn't make much either. There are making fourteen percent. When interest rates went down two hundred basis points on their bond fund, but they didn't lose six percent on a long year long bond year to date, and if you looked at the performance over a five six seven years, and in fact, there's academic studies on all this stuff. You'd find that their performance has been very competitive with bonds, and in some instances even competitive with stocks, although I would never ever buy. It has a stock market alternative. But if you want something that's safe, then has an underlying guarantees. You can also slip in one of those guaranteed income benefits. If you prefer that. And they're priced earn three to five percents. Don't let anybody give you any Gulf about eight nine percent. That's bogus information. They're price earned three to five percent. Just like bonds only, they have no downside risk. And bonds today with interest rates going up, certainly do have downside risks. Don't eliminate all the bonds because of interest rates come down. You'll do very well in a bond fund. A rising interest rate environment. Not so much emails next right here in the. He like business content. I mean, if he did like business, you wouldn't be listening to this show. Right. What if I can give you even more of what you like we've never met. But I'm willing to bet you are very busy between your work, family and outside. This little car ride is your time to catch up on your favorite show. But you always get to tune in. Exactly. Now, there's a business club with you in mind. This is the place for business videos on demand. We have partnered with this show to provide you more of the content. You like the best part? 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It didn't get to everything. I wanted to get to today, but I do get to a couple of emails here. We'll start with Allen. Alan. Says right loved the show. I'm self employed. It looks like I'll have about fifty K leftover this year. How can I say some taxes? I take eight K per month out as income, pardon me. Well, self-employed probably means you are unincorporated. I might be thinking about a corporation. Probably not for this year. All though depends on how much money you're gonna earn between now and the end of the year. Because what you may be able to do. Is incorporate? As of mid November or something like that. And then not take any income out of the company until after the first of the year that way any money that you would earn the balance of this year, the corporation would earn and not you wouldn't show up on your tax return until next year. And you'd be able to do something. That could shelter that money between now and then. So really? That that tactic. It's probably something you'd wanna do for sure. Next year. This year and talk to your advisers. It may or may not work. Now, if you are self employed, and you have kids under the age of eighteen I've talked about this before. But we now and the end of the year is Christmas break there's thanksgiving. There's a lot of time those kids could work for you. You can

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Treating sleep apnea may improve stroke outcomes

Jim Rome

00:52 sec | 2 years ago

Treating sleep apnea may improve stroke outcomes

"Street left. Untreated obstructive sleep apnea can lead to high blood pressure and irregular heartbeat even heart attack and stroke, for whatever reason either a structural problem of the airway from lack of proper bony development, or perhaps an excess of soft tissue or fat the airway at night will collapse. So when you're particularly lying on your back, and you you're relaxing, you're sleeping. Well, unfortunately, your tongue in your soft palatal. Tissues can go backwards and obstruct the airway common treatments include CPAP machines and oral devices, but when those don't work, Dr Christopher says surgery may be an option are ENT physicians frequently will do soft tissue surgeries in our specialty. We tend to do bony surgeries. And it all depends on where the problem is. And what the structural abnormality? Really is. He says the surgery to move the facial bones forward has about a ninety percent cure rate. For more information talk

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Playful dolphin leads mayor to close beaches

Laura Ingraham

01:37 min | 2 years ago

Playful dolphin leads mayor to close beaches

"Naughty dolphin causes French beach ban France this is. A lovelorn dolphin yes prompted a French coastal town to ban bathing on his beaches. Ferry people. May be hurt. By the? Antics of this overexcited. Mammal Don So this this band. Was, made on the basis of advice marine specialists after this visibly excited ten foot dolphin names as far was bumping against boats and, bathers. Really just smashing up against? Him. He he'd see somebody swim out in the ocean and he just make a beeline dart towards the person bam with wanted to, play What particular woman, wearing a bikini he he lifted he lifted her up with his snout according to one of these. Marine, biologists so now the ban at this particular, beach has been in effect for a couple of weeks well actually since August twentieth So one specialist marine mammals at. This CPAP in France says the. Dolphin could accidentally caused serious injuries with its tail fin well these are hannibal's for cry it's. Ten feet long and the one gigantic muscle yeah and the cartilage in there in that tail. Fin, is, solid rock solid Yeah could you imagine it's like getting hit with a propeller Right Careful damage fun for. Everybody

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"cpaps" Discussed on No Huddle

No Huddle

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on No Huddle

"Uh uh of that of that unit that you know bennett in and sherman were so closely tied to that that i think it's hard to see it as a attempt to change the culture but i think it's one born from football reasons rather than this idea that that you know we needed to protect russell wilson or or we needed to get rid of these guys 'cause they're bad guys i i think this is really about uh in some cases perhaps making a movie year too early and and getting that financial shape together and and really try and address some of these issues in the running game and the offense a blind that have gone not on address but but haven't been successfully addressed in in the last few years and and i think it's just a little bit of a shift in priorities but it it certainly one that makes it much more russell wilson team than russell wilson in the seahawks cpaps chatting with josh for pro football talk dot com let's make the move to michael ben it's new team in philadelphia eagles continued to be aggressive today trading tori smit the carolina picking up cornerback darrell worli and in the process dumping some salary so much of the conversation is going to center on what's going on orders center do you think nick falls goes back to being number two on the depth chart stays in philadelphia or the eagle's you'll miss an asset they can flip them because you know the report that a anonymous afc team there's only sixteen of them we could probably figure out which one of them picked up the phone and offered a second round pick to the eagles for nick falls.

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"cpaps" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"Come on the cross they put a wooden platform underneath the feet of the criminal and in the criminal had the accusation above his head whatever the crime was this is a detailed ecsc a description of a roman execution if you look at the gospels the gospel riders almost tell us word for word that jesus fit this description he was whipped with a cow to non tells the scripture does not say that he was naked for modesty purposes but the scripture does say that he carried his own cross to a point where simon the submarine had to carriers cost calvary his arms was stretched out iron nails was placed in his hands and feet and there was a wooden beam underneath the speed to keep his body owned the cross you see there was crucifixion it was it was it was a public display of shame it was a public display of this honour when jesus was crucified a according to joe cpaps there was more people than just three that dad that day when you look at the christmas when you look at the easter story you see three jesus in the middle and two others is prior almost weaken shore there was other people die at the same time but the scripture only records three according to the excite clip pedia of the standard bible according to the international standard bible excite cla pedia this is what they say about a roman crucifixion they said that the suffering of death by crucifixion was very intense especially in hot climates they said this significant bleeding of the wounds with produce a traumatic fever which was aggravated by the exposure of the sun they said that the strain of the body and the the uh the strain of the body and the victim by him or her pushing them self up on the cross would be painful expecially the lord.

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"cpaps" Discussed on LI News Radio

LI News Radio

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on LI News Radio

"Conservative he's donald trump he is what he needs to be at any given moment a little bit of archie bunker little bit other things he's not a conservative sepak used to be a place where you know i sometimes have lee said he pass while yang here she used to be the head a see pack this is an interesting person she's got some interesting ideas there are different from mine but she's got ideas right match slap who is the chairman of the conservative of sepak he's a further my two i too a lot of tv what matt i've been do it tv will map for eight years of a new tv will matt since before he was cherif see pack i know matt and always wife proceedings their lovely people they used to be principled conservatives they are now trump conservatives see pack is of donald trump by donald trump for donald trump it is not about a conservative movie conservatives used to be all about free trade donald trump today put tariffs on imported goods that sank the stock market and will hurt trade and will ultimately star trade war by the way which is not going to be good for the american worker i don't care what he says and what he thinks and i don't care what you say what you think american worker it's not good for you in the long run but let me go back to michael steele and why i started by talking about michael and what could guy he is he really is a good guy he's like a guy even when he was chairman of the republican party had animists towards nobody he fought on the field of ideas he wasn't a nasty you know do sh i could say that ray he wasn't that he was a nice guy who i disagreed with and who i still disagree with on many things so why then would in walter cpaps communications director say this we were somewhat loss as a as a as a group we had just elected the first african american president and that was a big deal and that was hill that we got over and it was.

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"cpaps" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Same such a preparation at some of these say austrians in the swiss a russianamerican skis you were you had so little funding that you were what you will you switch you switch to skijumping because you were short of funds because they would know what the british ski jumpers a easier to qualify but you hats way was at six pairs of socks to make your boots that because you couldn't afford the right pair of boots and you will mordant this is all more than twenty pounds heavier than the next heaviest could cuesta which upheld you back perry many criminals ski jumps in the uk is very very difficult it so you know i just did the best like code mclarty highs which wasn't much hits home uh but it was funny still didn't stop be achieving my dream of getting to those who in big games and and competing and and i loved and free second over i think we probably remember you fall more than we do perhaps olympian cpaps have gone much further in there in the championships over the years and i'm not i space because you you sort of pitcher him that british spirits that we we talk about so much impaired spirit can familiar part two was not the winning it was the journey to get that run and it was just absolutely fantastic and uh you know i i became a legal there and it and it was great exemplify then picked spirit which is a very powerful message that people still remember thirty years later i mean you you have gone onto gaby on the in in this world you went on to become the world number nine an amateur speed skiing was very impressive and you've been continual work on his even of course we know that huge beakful i mean hugh jackman for goodness sake being a film about you about your life that was that was a big success in 2016 i think what's wednesday night to be have your your life appear to my student phil by huge hollywood star they were later you'd always starting the deal take this may be trying.

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"cpaps" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The ice you've had two good opportunities the two on one on this last shift lou brit of a breakway a little bit earlier to respect him take away time it's space don't let him cruise around gush small to intercept a pass at center ice got the puck to heart and over the order lying left wing you guys get in behind the net intended for came puk gold picked off by the oilers and cleared by jr cara down into the hawks don't do stuff force ling has it along the near sideboards passing it next malts at center ice cpaps ahead this to flex into the oilers zone and davidson for the oilers look quipped lawful airports in bihac in rural got it back and shouted over to force ling on the left wing a center ace fro the penalty box he whipped across the rink over further ventures the patrick cain losing the next volatility order line what point tried to drop of passable high slot that's picked off quite the oilers mark tests do and you'll spin at all the way down icing called here against the oilers thirteen thirty one left in period number one pox in oil bill score don't want to make those passes across the blue line at just asking for trouble as far as transition to the opposition team if you turn it over land hartmann tries to force went through sodas make small plays gotta go down into the corner indeed you're gonna let the evance owners score a goal they can do it from two hundred feet now short players one from near the left wing boards over the oil or net and then shark puzzled across the ring to the right point kept the puck alive and put it down the right wing boards here's david campese along the left side hordes oilers note that it through sharp lessor coalfired what quite davidson siebert her seabrook pitching from the right point to the right circle hopes to the right corner to break it he'll put it behind the oiler net intend to kirch sharp with testu took it away snap it off the rightwing glass down not karn authorising but tarnoff for the oilers aligned gene seabrook behind hawk net passing over to michael kept he left point hawks don't deal move out the centreright's with the puk pats at ahead.

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"cpaps" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on On Demand Feed for Radio Espoir.

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"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Do absolute laconic questioning of yeah what's your favorite adventure from growing up in california writing my bike through palo alto in sanford and the samper campus was enough to do with rebuilding this business owners lewis cpaps net advisers well i like having something of my own i liked creating something i also like to see success i'd like to see success in my clients and in my employee's interesting else and what do you think it you're bio's has a lot of personality says that you'd like to cook you like throwing together whatever's in the fridge urge you follow recipe but the measuring system i will throw together whatever the fridge and yes absolutely and take my chance and what are some other activities that you enjoy doing right now besides cooking um i love dancing i m idaho through performing on flamenco dancing bellydancing what what is billy district of to do with the building the successful business called the mic superior in the blazers it is something that i deeply in jewelry that i put my heart into it and it's the same thing with lou mixed ep isn't advice moves i put my heart into it different sergeant the brain do there's that artistic side bush the number solid gas and i like cultivating both of them both of them into my business on my life for kathy what do you think of course when you talked about uh kiteflying it's interesting because you're dealing now with us cpas and and their risk tolerance is there a connection between that yes ep as we tend to be a little bit boring and unfortunately don't take a lot of risk but you the everybody does want to see something new coming out of their ideas everybody has some kind of creativity in them and if you foster that particularly mike in my employees if i try to foster that creativity the old with sudden realize that well maybe there is some room for creativity within the cpa hole clinical hugo coming over to the united states aged ten and then going right to to california palo alto house a lot of adversity.

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"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Absolutely normal kind of questioning gonna yeah what's your favorite adventure from growing up in california brining my bike through palo alto in sanford and the sanford campus was enough to do with a building this business villainous elderly which cpaps than advisers well i like having something of my own i likes creating something i also like to see success i'd like to see success in my clients and in my employee's interesting ellison will leave it here bio's has a lot of personality says that you'd like to cook you like throwing together whatever's in the fridge urge you follow recipe but the measuring system i will throw together whatever the fridge and yes absolutely and take my chance and what are some other activities that you enjoy doing right now besides cooking um i love dancing i m idaho through for forming on flamenco dancing and bellydancing where what is billy district enough to do with the building the successful business cp and one has used it is something that i deeply enjoyed that i put my heart into it and that the same thing with lou mixed if he isn't advice nerves i put my heart into it different sorts of the brain do there's that artistic sorry bush bush's the number solid gas than i like cultivating both of them of them into my business on my life for kathy what do you think political coercion when you talked about uh kiteflying it's interesting because you're dealing now with us cpas and and their risk tolerance is there a connection between that yes he peers we tend to be a little bit boring and unfortunately don't take a lot of risk but you everybody does want to see something new coming out of their ideas everybody has some kind of creativity in them and if you foster's out particularly mike in my employees if i try to foster that creativity the all of a sudden realised that well maybe there is some room for creativity within the cpa hole clinical wrote merveldt coming over to the united states age chad and and going right to to california palo alto as a lot of adversity had to to overcome can you share how that may have related to some any critical moments in your business or any adversity had overcome be in the ceo of.

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"cpaps" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on Adventures in Finance: A Real Vision Podcast

"That rely on the expectation of stability and low volvo are forced to de leverage all at once and i think this is where we are the real risk lies i don't there's no guarantee that this happens but i think the risk of this occurring is is much higher than normal given given the amount of reflexively and the amount of strategies that are relying on volatility and input witless well let's list single held the ripples through markets because as you said the there there are people shorting volvo like pension funds for example which have been forced to kind of do that because they've been looking for strategies that can enhance that yields profiles given the poor returns i getting into fixedincome markets how does the e even even a little talk of a cataclysmic increase involved but let's talk about appeared we've all goes you know goes into the 20s again there's not talk about 90s now one hundred but but how does that ripple through this massive shortfall complex well i think there's a couple of it's important understand there's different uh there's different ecosystems volatility and there's different uh depending on where the shortfall pressure is uh we we may see different periods of uh two leveraging the if we break down the ecosystems uh you have this you have explicit shortfall totally strategies like the free billionplus of short vic cpaps and the pension overriding strategies that for about forty five billion dollars about eight billion dollars worth of strategies that are that are explicitly shorting options in the liquid all space these are strategies that are literally shorting volatility as a as a form of yield enhancement and uh so.

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"cpaps" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Do absolute what kind of coercion ago what's your favorite adventure from growing up in california writing my bike through palo alto and sanford and the stanford campus were still have to do with building this business owners look cpaps their advisors well i like having something of my own i likes creating something i also like to see success i'd like to proceed success and my clients and in my employees and interesting alyssa what are you thinking if you're bio's has a lot of personality in it says that you'd like to cook do you like throwing together whatever's in the fridge urge you follow recipe with the measuring system i will throw together whatever is in the fridge and yes absolutely take my chance and what are some other activities that you enjoy doing right now but sites cooking i love dancing i m performing arm flamenco dancing and bellydancing what what is billy dancing to have to do with the building the successful business look cp in the blazers it is something that i deeply enjoy that i put my heart into it and it's the same thing with lou mix ep isn't advice nerves i put my heart into it different sort of the brain do there's that autistic side bush is the number saw it yes and i like cultivating both of them in both of them into my business in my life for kathy what do you think of coercion when you talked about uh kiteflying it's interesting because you're dealing now with us cpas and and their risk tolerance is there a connection between that yes cpas we tend to be a little bit boring and unfortunately don't take a lot of risk but you everybody does want to see something new coming out of their ideas everybody has some kind of creativity in them and if you foster that particularly mike in my employees if i try to foster that creativity the all of a sudden realize that well maybe there is some room for creative idi within the cpa hole clinical wrote merveldt coming over to the united states age chad and and going right to to california palo alto house a lot of adversity you had to overcome could you share how that may have related to some any critical moments in your business or any adversity you've had overcome the in the ceo of a successful business the.

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Jonathan hill, iphone and cpap discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

On Air with Ryan Seacrest

00:28 sec | 3 years ago

Jonathan hill, iphone and cpap discussed on On Air with Ryan Seacrest

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"cpaps" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Have a tshirt of me okay now tammy a couple of questions here first of all if we already have twitchy roles going up against eminem's in the first round uh which you would you agree twit cpaps is completely different since only the center is twitter you roll like and i mean i i would include the i think it's dip from the knowledge that absolutely okay and now here's the only question i had not about your throat cpaps but if you are taking this right now if you put marshmallow peaks up against circus peanuts do what those got awful things were arkhan gene that dan are you kidding me foreshadowing i really like them i don't know why because they're good way but i liked a watered i write about them hold on this is going to go up in the website in a few minutes are here it is then there's build doyle's assertion that everyone loves candy corn no many of us hate it and that circus peanuts are somehow actually edible deliciously edible i thought circus peanuts is what happens to foam packing peanuts when they die because i swear packing peanuts would taste better that was my little editorial it and yet they're still better than piece wow that's one person's vote one person who didn't have any links to the center of a tootsie that was surprising stacy in tom's river you're on new jersey one to one point five i can't believe nobody here that's on the list well it's going to be on the list on the web no no that's fine that's fine i mean this is also just for people to talk about their favorite so once it's up in five minutes now what about you would you pick racist peanut butter cops over skittles yeah you would over sugar year cdu noticed younger kids though seem to go be for the sugar more than chocolate these those mike giardi and he make oh that's what everybody does addict or if you're seventy that's what you do stacy.

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"cpaps" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Unless you really really good with delicate wiring and can have the shareout of it and have it you know it'll add some latency but it should work go for it should yeah it's gonna be interesting to hear about any kind of rma issues that uh this will see of people attempting to put in the sea the sheep use i wonder if it will actually physically damage either the cebu around motherboard or if it just won't run up so people have tried at least kaby lake cpaps in the cicely semi motherboards and eight to i don't think it destroys anything it just doesn't work because i think it's i think it's smart enough to try to pull like the idea for microcredit off the processor to figure it out before it starts thrown a bunch of all to chat it through pins you're probably correct but anyway in terms of performance the eighty seven hundred k is a very good performer it has the best single threat application the addition of jewish cores and fourth reds uh really allows that to compete a much better with the rise in seven series of a products pretty much across the board phnom you've got still four more threads with rising and a little bit more price involved it's what fifty two hundred and one hundred bucks or so i know that uh when this release the rise in seven 1800 eggs was it 399 so that's kinda interesting reaction from amd because obviously the seven 700 k is a threat to what they consider the another.

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"cpaps" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

Nintendo Voice Chat

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on Nintendo Voice Chat

"Our crop i've got a clean dishes to others as cooking game the of one person now is cleaning the dishes and the other person's like i guess i'm doing everything else in the restaurant so you're jobs completely fall apart specifically and switch to really fun and i highly recommend the if you friends you like to play games with any have people come in over all the time you got to have this i noticed like some minor frame rate issues on switch when things get really crazy on both sloth wearge like buddhists undocked not doc so just keep an eye out for that i imagined cnn though yet others died at us all the dell cpaps ideals he's really hard but it's really fun cleric what when up another game snuka yet namco museum just launched its thirty bucks its brand your plan this one two here he's he doesn't sleep behind playing the game set really row runthrough quakes basically in lieu of nintendo again having a dedicated virtual console everyone is eating their launch including you know neo geo namco so uh this game just launched its got 'pacman gonzaga dig doug tower of geragos sky kid rolling thunder glock 88 sputter house tank force rolling thunder to 'pacman verse and brown betty sorry no good sapag reverses the only one i didn't get to try yet but they sent me so apparently you'll be able to download a m multiplayer app for this game on other switches cool and then communicate with each other so like a carte list uh yes yes that look like the way they used to do mario cardiac download play but in this case i but if you really in russia games on this one's really cool because there's a lot of options on switch you can basically a sort of message with a pixel ratio stretched the screens any dimensions you on play with a number of different controllers but yeah you can play vertically in tape mode so a lot of old arcade games have this sort of vertical monitor.

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"cpaps" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on KOMO

"In the wake of last weekend shooting of an australian woman killed by omitting up minneapolis police officer mayor betsy hodges confirming that hard to agree to resign this wasn't about anyone one particular incidents um this is about an overall assessment of the state of the mpd and the direction we need to go system police chief malaria our redondo has been nominated to replace harto evacuees returning to the todd america's efrati friday after wildfires burned through california sierra nevada foothills more than one hundred twenty buildings were destroyed by the flames none of them though in mariposa business district where john sell hoffer of bridal veil brewing says he is ready to thank firefighters clear honor of firefighters if they do have an opportunity to come in and have a beer a it's on me thousands of firefighters battling the detweiler fire which has grown to seventy four thousand acres over six days and it's fifteen percent contain aid afghanistan the helmand provincial police chief says an air us airstrike confirmed by the pentagon killed twelve afghan nashville police personnel and wounded two others you're listening to abc news attention all cpap users this is an important message regarding your cpap machine in your health if my husband cpap machine isn't cleaned well make and sack with a so clean sanitizer we don't have to worry i'm dr joseph crane in a sleep apnea specialist if you're using cpap machine you could develop a respiratory illness if it's not cleaned properly that's why i strongly recommend so clean the world's first automated cpap cleaner and sanitizer so clean kills ninety nine am point nine percent of cpap germs of bacteria without hazardous chemicals it works on called popular cpaps try so clean risk free for thirty days just.

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"cpaps" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on KKAT

"According to white house spokesman sean spicer secretary of state rex tillerson will quote very shortly make an announcement on iran's nuclear agreement with world powers that's the deal president trump doesn't like i think you all know that the president has made very clear that he thought this was a bad deal a bad deal for the united states and i will wait until the state department further action for going any further under us law the state department must notify congress every ninety days of iran's compliance with the 2015 deal and one of those deadlines is coming out an apple as police chief general hartono has called for a fast investigation into the death of an australian woman who was shot by police over the weekend year old justin dimond was killed by responding officers shortly after family members say she called 911 two report seeing a possible assault japan's government spokesman tells the united nations this is a moment to raise pressure on north korea and not a time for dialogue wall street stocks now mixed cut narrowly michael toscano attention all cpap users this is an important message regarding your cpap machine and your health if my husband cpap machine hasn't claimed while economic and sank america so clean sanitizer we don't have to worry i'm dr joseph granted a sleep apnea specialist if you're using a cpap machine you can too developer respiratory illness if it's not cleaned properly that's why i strongly recommend so clean the world's first automated cpap cleaner and sanitizer so clean kills ninety nine point nine percent of cpap germs and bacteria without hazardous chemicals it works on all popular cpaps try so clean risk free for thirty days just call eight hundred.

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"cpaps" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on KKAT

"Eight five five five four eight four three two seven that's one eight five five five four eight four three two seven one eight five five five four four three seven a fifty nine year old woman who had tried for nearly four decades to become pregnant has given birth at a new york hospital after fertility treatments are koussa buddhu mocoa gave birth through a fullterm seven pound for rights for outs boy at a hospital near albany meanwhile a minnesota man is blaming tesla's partially selfdriving autopilot system for a crash according to a report from the candy yohiki county sheriff's office in minnesota david clarke was driving his tesla model s sedan with four passengers on board when he engage the autopilot feature he told police the car suddenly accelerated much faster and left the roadway which led to the car crashing into a marsh and then overturning everyone in the car suffered only minor in injuries tesla says it's investigating the crash and that it hasn't yet established weather autopilot was engaged that feature automatically drives breaks and keeps the car from moving out of its lane but it does require drivers to continually touched the wheel i'm john stolnis i'm michael toscano attention all cpap users this is an important message regarding your cpap machine in your health if my husband cpap machine isn't cleaned well it could make him sick but with the so clean sanitizer we don't have to worry i'm dr joseph crane in a sleep apnea specialist if you're using a cpap machine you could develop a respiratory illness if it's not clear improperly that's why i strongly recommend so clean the world's first automated cpap cleaner and sanitizer so clean kills ninety nine point nine percent of cpap germs and bacteria without hazardous chemicals it works all popular cpaps try so clean risk free for thirty days just call eight hundred five.

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"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"cpaps" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Of a question you got yeah what's your favorite adventure from growing up in california writing my bike through palo alto in sanford and the sanford campus hmm was enough to do with the building this business news go look cpaps note advisers well on i like having something of my own i likes creating something i also like to see excess i'd like to us success in my clients and in my employees interesting ellison would either it your bio's has a lot of personality says that you'd like to cook you like throwing to gather whatever's in the fridge rgf follow recipe but the measuring stem i will throw together whatever is in the fridge and yes absolutely and take my chance and what are some other activities that you enjoy doing right now sites cooking um i love dancing i m items dancer performing on thumbing call dancing and valley dance what what is belly dancing to have to do with the building the successful business called the mixups behind bars it is something that i deeply enjoyed that i put my heart into it and that the same thing with lou mixed if he hasn't advisers i put my heart into it wanted different started the brain though there's not artistic side burst the number solid yes and i like cultivating both of them bringing them into my business in my life for kathy woody thicket when it could of course when you talk about a kiteflying it's interesting because you're dealing now with uh cpas and and their risk tolerance is there a connection between that um yeah cpas we tend to be a little bit boring and unfortunately don't take a lot of risk but you everybody does want to see us something new coming out of their ideas everybody has some kind of creativity in them and if you foster that particularly mike in my employees if i try to foster that creativity the old with studying realize that well maybe there is some room for creativity within this epa paul clinical wrote merveldt coming over to the united states at age ted and and going right to to california palo alto as a lot of.

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