23 Burst results for "Dee Dee"

"dee dee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"dee dee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The Bering sea to its headwaters in British Columbia, nearly 2000 river miles away A hundred miles up river in the village of saint Mary's elder Sophie beans is peering into her smokehouse with her daughter Dee Dee. It's empty now, but her whole street used to be filled with the sweet aroma of smoking fish. What would it normally be like in this neighborhood when people were fishing? Orange and smoky. Orange. And now what does it look like? Nothing. The Yukon's two most important salmon species are crashing. The most prized species is the big and fatty king salmon. Those have been running in low numbers for years. The other main species chum salmon was superabundant until just last year. My son, Maddie, one time he cut 700 chums. That's not even the kings before that. Yeah. Scientists have been scrambling to figure out why western Alaska wild salmon stocks are crashing. That has been tied to a changing climate. That's Katie Howard, a fish biologist with the Alaska department of fish and game. She says marine heat waves have intensified in recent years. That's what's likely driving the chum crash. They were just bigger. They were geographically larger. And they lasted over a much, much longer period of time than is typical. It's more extreme when it happens, and the other expectation is that they may occur more often. Back in the village of saint Mary's 11 year old Nicole Thompson is

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From green bug's European headquarters in the City of London and Laura Wright with this Bloomberg radio business flash the MSCI Asia Pacific Flat to the downside holidays still in Japan and Mainland China thus no cash treasuries until 7 a.m. UK time Elsewhere in the Asian session week risk sentiment the hang seng down 1.3% the cosme down two tenths of a percent the ASX 200 down a tenth of a percent The regional outperformer Taiwan's tyres up two tenths of a percent one laggard is the hang seng tech index falling more than 3% on news that Dee Dee global is part of an SEC probe into its 2021 chaotic IPO as a result the ADR listed in the U.S. of didi global closed down almost 7% in after hours trading It's all about the fed later today 50 basis points essentially baked in The Bloomberg dollar spot index up around a tenth of a percent spot gold down two tenths per percent price at $1865 an ounce looking ahead to futures price action you're a stock 50 futures flat to the upside I mean is NASDAQ 100 futures tilt higher lift reported after the bell yesterday a disappointing forecast for the ride sharing platform and a miss on first quarter active riders That led the stock to fall more than 25% in after hours trading It's the turn of its competitor Uber Today Uber in fact has moved its earnings forward to this morning in order to counter that read across sell off that it encountered in after hours trading as the Bloomberg radio business flash here's the anger and with the top news morning Leanne Laura good morning and thank you let's start right here in the UK it is the last day of campaigning before tomorrow's local elections voting takes place across 146 councils in England and the whole of Wales and Scotland people in Northern Ireland will choose members of their assembly for all parties a key issue is higher living costs partly caused by soaring energy bills Now in other news residents of Beijing are being urged not to leave the city unnecessarily as a Chinese capital ramps up COVID restrictions Schools will be suspended for in person classes for the next week In Shanghai the city's final except from a punishing 5 week lockdown has been delayed as infections continue to appear outside that strict quarantine system And over in the U.S. that much awaited fed decision does come today and the Central Bank will likely hide Hike most economists expect a 50 basis point move and hints about even further increases a detailed plan for reducing the $9 trillion balance sheet may be unveiled when Jerome Powell holds his first in person press conference since the pandemic later Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in will then 120 countries and leann gerrans this is Bloomberg Tom Leanne thank you right markets gearing up of course around the world for the fed's decision later today and what it's going to do with this 50 basis point hike That is what markets are pricing in And of course the commentary from fed chair Jay Powell press conference and what he's going to say about the rate of hikes going forward the 75 basis point question of course the balance sheet as well Joining us now is Bloomberg's chief Asia economics correspondent and what are you and the team going to be focused on particularly from this decision and the presser what are you reading into the rate path and how power may communicate on that Well I guess Tom like you mentioned a 50 basis point hike is more or less priced in now That would be the biggest hike by the fed by the way since the year 2000 There will be a lot of focus on two things First of all the pace of how quickly they plan to run off their balance sheet the balance sheet is $8.9 trillion It's expected to start shrinking immediately from the month of May This is just as important as the right side of the tightening policy So any detail around that will be important But of course also like you mentioned Tom this will be chairman Powell's first in person press conference in two years Due to the pandemic So it would be very important I think for the reporters there to get signaling from him and to read the body language from him in terms of how fast and how aggressive he plans to high grade from here And you mentioned the 75 base point idea by the way That's not expected today But economists do say that will be on the table for the fed going forward It's going to be a very aggressive cycle in the question will be just how aggressive and that's what probably would be the big takeaway from today Yeah absolutely 7 30 p.m. London time for that press conference and you can follow our blog of course tea live blog to read all of our commentary around what Jay Powell tells that body language I'm sure will be analyzed What then is the concern of course is that two far too fast will tip the U.S. but also potentially the rest of the world into recession So what are the risks and the thinking around that issue Well that is the risk Caroline I mean obviously policymakers want economic growth to slow to bring down inflation I mean that's part of the tradeoff but the concern now is that with the fed having to go so hard in such a short period of time if people like Kenneth rogoff the famous Harvard professor talking about the need to get rates up towards 5% That's obviously going to have a big hit to growth So the concern is the fed and other central banks raising rates would probably risk doing too much too soon and typical growth into a recession In fact people are talking about a synchronized recession to prime minister of Singapore has made that warning.

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"dee dee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"dee dee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A bottle inspired by Burning Man and Coachella they quit their TV production jobs to host parties full time Josh says they convinced their parents to co sign the lease for a warehouse in downtown Los Angeles They lived upstairs and through massive underground dance parties and fashion shows below In the warehouse they had an art gallery and rehearsal space for the avant garde circus troupe lucent dossier We're in this really cool time when we're part of this underground Burning Man music scene where all these really talented musicians were like coming up at the same time and we were all kind of part of this scene together Jessie says they found out the warehouse had once been a meth lab and they decided to name their group that do lab 'cause we're always doing stuff But they're underground party house got shut down by the police and fire department Josh says it was a wake-up call So yeah having been busted as she was a blessing disguise because it forced us to learn how to be above ground and do proper events that we could grow without being illegal The do lab stages of morphed over the years and Josh Jesse and Dee Dee Fleming say Coachella gives them the freedom to create interactive experiences with an underground vibe Paul Clemente manages the festival's large scale art program It would be hard to imagine a Coachella without the brothers involved They're still doing it all these years later and really have created a whole very unique vibe and culture and tribes and just an energy that people really want to be around This weekend.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Equity

Equity

08:52 min | 8 months ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Equity

"GDP data did come in better than expected, but don't forget, it's not really inclusive of the Shanghai lockdown, so more to come there. Here in the U.S. stocks are down a little bit ahead of the open, but nothing too crazy. Turning our eyes to the crypto market well, major crypto tokens are down in the last 24 hours, and about 5% in the last week, but if you prefer that data in dollar terms, well, Bitcoin is back under the $40,000 Mark. Well, eth has slumped back under three K tokens from Solana and other smaller chains are off more like 8% in the last 7 days, but really not too much is going on this morning. However, a lot is about to happen, looking ahead in the market's context, we do have earnings this week, which of course has me incredibly excited. We're going to hear from Netflix snap politics and Tesla this week, but really it's all prelude to what's coming next week, which is Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Apple, spot. It's going to be absolutely packed. So the next two weeks, lots of data, get hyped. And speaking of earnings and regulations and all things involving the government, well, Dee Dee reported its Q four results over the weekend and the numbers were kind of whatever, but just in case you do care, the company had $6.4 billion in revenue, and about $600 million worth of negative adjusted EBITDA. There's also a board change coming to DD. But none of that really matters because the company has decided that it's going to hold a quote extraordinary general meeting of shareholders in late May. Saying that the company is quote in full cooperation with a cybersecurity review in China, the company has effectively decided to hold a vote on delisting. It shares from the New York Stock Exchange and has also said that a quote will not apply for listing of its shares on any other stock exchange before completion of the delisting. Essentially, the company is going private at least for a period of time and investors are not pleased. JD's value is off 18% in pre market trading to just $2 per share. That is very, very far from its 52 week high of $18 and one cent. Essentially, we are seeing the saga of didi, post American listing continue, the company went ahead with a U.S. IPO, despite some governmental concern, prompting a later brutal shellacking by the Chinese Communist Party. This has been going on for a very, very long time, but the company's slinking off the American markets after giving up nearly all of its value was just not what we expected when the company first listed here. And speaking of regulation, if you will, reporting on the collapse of much trading volume of cryptocurrencies in India continued over the weekend when you add in tax changes that Indian crypto fans have to pay. It's a mess of a period for crypto in one of the largest countries on the earth. Indeed, with crypto volumes fine in India and effectively mooted by the CCP, we're seeing the two largest countries in the world either stumble or opt out when it comes to a particular set of financial innovation that many remain optimistic will remake the world, something to think about. And speaking of issues in crypto land, let's talk about beanstalk. On Sunday, beanstalk was exploited for a $182 million, according to pec shield data that the block covered. So what happened here? Well, essentially, the actor in question used a form of loan or flash loan, if you will, to accumulate lots of governance tokens in beanstalk, allowing them to change the protocol, and eventually give themselves coins held by beanstalk. It's all messy, but is indication that with innovation in the crypto space comes risk. Now, why did we say innovation? Well, beanstalk calls to stop a quote decentralized credit based stablecoin, which is actually a pretty cool idea if you think about it. And it was doing quite well. Beanstalk grew to over a $150 million in total value locked or TVL as of April 15th per the company's Twitter account. So yes, it did have enough money on hand to be exploited for as much money as we think that it was. Exploits like this are kind of double edged in my view. On one hand, it does suck that someone took advantage of a group of folks and ran off with their money on the other hand in a code as law world where governance is directly tied to economic wealth or buy in. This sort of issue is going to keep happening. In fact, there seem to be incentives in place to actually kind of force it to keep happening. I mean, as long as you can move money quickly and move lots of it and kind of clean it with other crypto mechanics, why wouldn't this sort of thing happen? Are daos inherently, I don't know, untrustworthy? Tech roach listeners are flocking to common stock. The social network for smart money investors. Does anyone else feel like capital markets make zero since these days? From equities and options to meme stocks, crypto, and NFTs, markets are changing at breakneck speed. It's more important than ever to find trustworthy information from people who actually know what they're talking about. Common stock built a platform to show the portfolios, real-time trades, and analysis of the smartest retail investors. It lets people link their existing brokers to verify their portfolios and performance, helping you distinguish signal, from noise. Visit common stock dot com to join common stocks community of engaged investors today. Finally, to my favorite part of the show, let's talk about startups. And today we're going to go around the world starting in Africa, according to reporting from our own Taj kine Okafor, Zambian card issuing FinTech union 54 has put $12 million more onto its balance sheet in a seed extension round led by Tiger global. Now, this is an extension, not kind of a brand new round, and it's only been about 6 months since union 54, which has an API that allows African software companies to issue and manage their debit cards, if you will, without needing a bank or a third party processor, announced a $3 million seed round also led by, again, you guessed it, Tiger global. Now this deal shows that FinTech and Africa is still active, despite a very, very busy 2021, and that Tiger is still doing what it set out to do, namely invest lots of money into earlier stage rounds. And I'll throw out one more thing. I thought this year we weren't going to see rounds land within 6 months of each other. Well, here's what I know. Union 54 is showing us that 2022 is still a little bit like 2021. Now, spend that globe, let's go over to India, according to our own Manish Singh quote urban piper, a restaurant management platform that processes 18% of all online food orders in India, has raised $24 million in a new financing round for a number of investors, including swiggy, and zomato. Yeah, this deal is cool, but there are a lot of deals in India. It's a very active startup scene, so why this one? Why do we care about urban piper? Well, swiggy ends amada both put money into the company in this round, and they are rivals in the Indian food delivery space, so they have both agreed that urban piper is kind of the Switzerland, if you will, of online food ordering in India. Notable. Now we're gonna close out the show today with a note on corporate governance. I know everyone's absolute favorite thing to talk about early on a Monday morning. In light of Elon Musk trying to buy Twitter, the company adopted a poison pill defense or what it calls a rights plan on Friday. I'm going to quote from Twitter here because it's going to be the best way to kind of explain what's going on. According to the company quote, the rights plan will reduce the likelihood that any entity person or group gains control of Twitter through open market accumulation without paying all shareholders inappropriate control premium. Essentially, the setup will trigger a situation that will allow others to buy Twitter stock at a massive discount. Now, why is this set up called a poison pill? Well, because it sucks for everyone, kinda. The goal is to ensure that an external investor can't simply take over a company by buying its stock on the public markets without board approval and paying quite a lot extra for it. A change of control, if you will. So more stock is sold to dilute the crusading investor, leading to a general dilution of the company's ownership. I can hear you thinking, yeah, but the company gets money from the share sales, so what? Why is it so bad? Well, by selling them at a discount, Twitter is effectively saying that it will collect small sums for big share sales, bleeding itself to prevent someone else from stealing its heart. Now all this is actually somewhat standard, but there has been some griping on Twitter amongst private market investors who may be, I don't know, Elon Musk fans about the setup, which is actually hysterical. Poison pills for public companies are a little bit like a last ditch dual class share structure that startups love these days in that they are both a mechanism for maintaining control of a company in the hands of current leadership. Now, poison pills republic companies are kind of a last ditch dual class share set up equivalent for public companies. Startups love dual class shares because they are a mechanism for maintaining control of a company in the hands of current leadership, which is also exactly what poison pills are set up to do. So if you like one, why don't you like the other? Here's my view about this. I think that these VCs are a little bit irked up for once. They don't get their way. And so they're being a little complaining about it, which is a little bit hypocritical. That is our show for this fine Monday morning. Do not forget you can follow equity on Twitter where we tweet under the handle equity pod. You can also follow my cell phone on Twitter where I tweet under the handle Alex because that is my name. Now normally I would just say chat soon, talk later, goodbye, but this is a live show week, which means that this Thursday, if you want, you can come hang out with us, watch us tape to Friday's show live, ask questions, heckle, generally have.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"That light volume and kind of a mixed picture for equity markets in the 8 pack region It's 11 in the morning in Tokyo which means we'll go on the lunch break at the bottom of this hour right If you're joining from the region good morning I'm Doug krasner at the Bloomberg interactive broker studio in New York And I'm sure we all also hear a New York and yes dog you said I'd really lack in clear picture in the last two trading days of 2021 that's bringing in Bloomberg's David ingles for a look at what's shaping up the markets They've yeah Both price and volume are at least noticeable signals from the market if you are obviously absent right now given it is we are between Christmas and new year It is that time of the year when traders are essentially a win In fact just to underscore that point volumes at this point in time for the MSA Asia Pacific are 15 That's one 5 15% lighter a thinner compared to what we are used to seeing this time of the day So I guess a sample sized sort of benchmark sentiment is really not a statistically suitable as they say On price that we are up by a tenth of 1% on the regional benchmark if you exclude Japan from that you're sliding slightly getting less gravity as they say higher by a third of 1% S&P mini futures this after the index closed at yet again a new high 70 of the year 7 zero We're flat right now on that contract currencies are sideways You do have the Bloomberg dollar spawn index trading near 6 week lows Commodity markets watch this closely by the way which in case you missed it by far the best performing major asset class group this year Brent prices were looking at a very close to here The most active one is the feb 2022 contract 79 50 so we might just see 80 bucks as far as oil is concerned as we start of 2020 to in any case we're all 15% enough from its recent trough Early this month and let me just wrap things up right now I would look at Bitcoin Still under pressure off lows at a day We're looking at the 55 week average The 46 four 5 three were trading at about 200 bucks north of that key support level at this point in time Doug Yeah but your cost basis is what A thousand bucks or you're still in the grain by a mile For one in some cases Okay All right let's get to Dede global A lot of price action here in the stock during the New York session at least if you look at the ADRs to begin with Dee Dee had a massive net loss for Q three the number 4.7 billion revenue in and of itself was down more than 13% from Q two Now at the same time Dede confirmed a plan listing in Hong Kong This is because the company is moving to D list from the New York Stock Exchange Earlier today in the U.S. Reuters reporting the Hong Kong listing would allow owners of Dede's ADRs to transfer them gradually to Hong Kong exchange in clearing Now the Hong Kong listing will not be raising any capital or issuing any new stock So ADRs and DD today sherry they were down by more than 8% Oh that's not good Alibaba also didn't do great in the New York session We actually saw them Down more than 2% the company in talks with the Chinese state owned firm about buying Baba steak in the Weibo where of course the hugely popular Twitter like social media platform in China sources telling us Baba is exploring options for the near 30% stake the possible buyer is a state owned Shanghai media group Bloomberg's iching Shen gives us a bit more context There have been many reports on how pages taking a closer look at all the Chinese patriots on the growing powers in particular one or two curves So the influence in the sensitive media industry and this changed the latest move on that front We're told the discussion could lead to Shanghai media group purchasing all of Baba steak in Weibo Let's get an update on the global news 5 minutes past the hour.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Dog and of course we are very much looking forward to that open in China as we continue to see the seasonal liquidity crunch but I've been following the markets off for the last two hours and I really don't know where they're headed It's really lacking clear direction that's bringing David English to make sense for us of this training day Yeah kind of like me and my 20s directionless I can say that about myself anyway at this point in time But generally speaking stocks slightly lower Treasury yields flat 8 pack yields So I'm talking about Japan Australian New Zealand slightly on the upside Your currencies are trading sideways You have the Bloomberg dollar spot index lowest trading Well lowest level roughly here in about 6 weeks or so The U.S. futures I mean we are seeing a little bit more pressure slightly more pressure showing up on the NASDAQ contract We have three markets coming online in the Asia Pacific You have Singapore flat Malaysia is down in Taiwan continues really what's been just an absolute run up and that market is up about tenth of 1% In terms of volume though just very quickly here we're about a quarter thinner compared to what we are used to seeing for this time of the day So to sample size to I guess in a lot of way size up sentiment perhaps not statistically suitable as they say here Traders are away on holiday One thing we're watching when China opens up and trades point we have a trading debut today that sends time that's a Shanghai based Chinese AI firm It's run into a few hurdles if you will throughout his IPO process It raised about 700 million U.S. dollars a price at a low end of the range and despite that was down as much as 3% in a gray market so the debut today were trading under the ticker 28th That note Doug I'll send it back to you It's a controversial company too because it's not just AI they're into some kind of surveillance technology to write facial recognition Think so Yes All right We'll talk more about that Thanks Dave Let's get to the news flow Oh before we get there I want to let you know we're going to be speaking with Sylvia jablonsky of defiance ETF a lot of good questions to put to her about market action these days Well as we mentioned there was a lot of weakness earlier here in New York on Chinese listed ADRs the Chinese ride hailing giant Dee Dee global After the bell here in the U.S. actually it happened right around the closing bell confirmed a planned listing in Hong Kong Now the company is moving to de list from the New York Stock Exchange Earlier in the day Reuters reported the Hong Kong listing would allow certain owners of DD's ADRs to gradually transfer them out of New York to the Hong Kong exchange in clearing Now the Hong Kong listing is not going to raise any capital or issue new stock That said the ADRs indeed global today here in New York were down just actually a little more than 8% Yeah and really it didn't help that We also had Alibaba ADRs dropping more than 2% right And on this with the company now in talks with the Chinese state owned firm about buying Baba stake in Weibo Now remember a hugely popular Twitter like social media platform in China sources tell us that Baba is exploring options for its near 30% stake the possible buyer is a state owned Shanghai media group Bloomberg's Yi chin Sheen gives us a bit more context I haven't seen many reports on how pages is taking a closer look at auto Chinese patriots on the growing powers in particular one or two curves influence in the sensitive media industry And this seems the latest move on that front And we're told the discussion could lead to Shanghai media group purchasing all of Baba steak in the Weibo dog Let's get an update on global news here at.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The S&P 500 rising yet again maybe not a lot of traders around but boy the people who are around and taking orders they still want to buy Yeah definitely We've got the nikkei up by more than 1.1% I think to be fair Kathleen two In addition to the rally that we had stateside some positive eco data for Japan helping out industrial output in the month of November was up 7.2% Now that's a month on month reading and it was much above the forecast calling for an increase of 4.8% That said the market on the Chinese mainland has been fluctuating between gains and losses Right now Shanghai composite is off just a tenth of 1% and after a holiday yesterday in Hong Kong the hang seng is weaker by about four tenths of 1% Some positivity though in Seoul with the Cosby now rising about a tenth of 1% Earlier we had the PBOC boosting its daily liquidity injection all the way up to ¥200 billion It was over the weekend that the Chinese Central Bank pledged greater support for the real economy It also said it would make good use of its monetary policy tools that was likely referring to adjustments in liquidity and we certainly got that today Not helping out equity prices too much and if you look at the offshore Chinese currency right now the yuan flat dollar China's 6 spot 37 53 against the greenback Now in terms of the bond market U.S. ten year treasury up a bit and yield not by much we're just under one 48 in the Tokyo session We're going to take a closer look at market action Fourier in about 15 minutes Kathleen Well here's a story that certainly caught the markets I on Monday as Dede shares tumbled after the Financial Times reported that Dee Dee's current and former employees have been banned from selling any of their stock indefinitely more on the story for Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Shares of the Chinese ride hailing giant fell 5.4% the move to block employees from unloading their shares comes just as early investors are able to sell stock with the end of deity's 180 day lockup following its June IPO while Dede's outside investors which include Uber soft bank and Tencent Holdings were still able to offload shares the FT said they will likely face steep losses after months of selling pressure Earlier this month Dee Dee said it had begun preparations to delist from American exchanges and pursue a listing in Hong Kong In New York Charlie pellet Bloomberg daybreak Asia Well Beijing will impose some new restrictions on foreign IPOs by companies in restricted sectors that story from Bloomberg's Rosalind chin Chinese firms and industries banned from foreign investments will need to seek a waiver before proceeding to sell shares overseas Authorities in Beijing also say overseas investors in such companies won't be allowed to participate in management and their ownership of the company will also be restrained Total ownership will be kept at 30% and a single investor can not hold more than 10% Regulators did not ban IPOs by firms using the so called VIE holding company structure even so the new rules would make the VIE process more difficult and costly The rules will go into effect in January In Hong Kong and Rosalind gin Bloomberg daybreak Asia Well let's take a look now at some of the big global news Head now to the San Francisco 9 60 newsroom back to Ed basker on Baxter I should say on the story you've been covering so closely for us including speaking to our Michelle kuchars about the CDC shortening this COVID isolation time Yeah absolutely This is an attempt to clarify the recommendations probably will the confuse things first coming out of the gate Everybody's confirming that forest as you know Kathleen today on day break Asia What we know is that the isolation for COVID positive people who are asymptomatic do not have symptoms for 5 days followed by 5 days of that isolation followed by 5 days of wearing a mask when around others now Bloomberg's I'm a court here on daybreak Asia says the CDC is based on this estimated contagion times So the CDC said that they made this shift based on science showing that you're basically most likely to transmit this virus One or two days before showing symptoms and then two or three days once you have symptoms So basically they're saying we know you're most likely to give this virus to other people during this period and that's why we're shorting the isolation period Now this seems to make no distinction between vaccinated and unvaccinated but what is becoming more and more clear is that the unvaccinated are the ones getting more sick That's doctor Anthony Fauci here What we're worried about are the people who have not been vaccinated because they are really quite vulnerable not only to getting infected but to be getting a severe outcome And that's the concern that we have for those individuals Fauci also says becoming clear that I'm a con is causing some kids to be much more likely to need hospitalization and Doctor Fauci says a U.S. domestic travel vaccination rule should also now be considered calling it reasonable New York City is taking the current surge in cases very seriously and mayor Bill de Blasio here We're now going to a two dose requirement as of today for everyone 12 years old and up So you know that people are well protected when you go to the movie theater when you go out to dine whatever it is everyone well protected and it applies to all employers well vaccinate your workers New York City Apple stores have closed except for online pickups Major concern is the unvaccinated people will now have a greater chance just like everybody to be exposed and President Biden addressed it today saying it could impact hospitals even further The rising cases we still have tens of millions of unvaccinated people And we're seeing hospitalizations rise President says he's trying to get equipment out to hospitals that are in need South Korea meanwhile confirming more than 3800 COVID cases including over 1100 critical COVID patients 46 deaths Australia's daily COVID cases surging past 10,000 for the first time UK has ruled out tighter COVID restrictions before the new year France will force its citizens to work from home for most of next month to contain.

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AP-NORC Poll: Income is up, but Americans focus on inflation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

AP-NORC Poll: Income is up, but Americans focus on inflation

"U. U. S. S. households households on on average average are are earning earning higher higher incomes incomes than than before before the the pandemic pandemic but but they're they're also also paying paying higher higher prices prices and and noticing noticing it it AP-NORC AP-NORC center center for for public public affairs affairs research research poll poll about about a a quarter quarter say say their their incomes incomes have have gone gone up up while while two two thirds thirds say say their their household household costs costs have have risen risen since since the the pandemic pandemic for for intensely intensely they they hit hit has has been been substantial substantial the the government's government's latest latest look look at at consumer consumer prices prices is is expected expected to to show show inflation inflation soared soared by by six six point point seven seven percent percent last last month month compared compared to to a a year year earlier earlier and and would would be be the the highest highest jump jump in in nearly nearly four four decades decades top top White White House House economist economist Brian Brian Dees Dees knows knows it's it's hard hard no no one one likes likes to to pay pay more more at at the the gas gas pump pump nobody nobody likes likes pay pay worth worth grocery grocery store store but but the the says says the the stark stark numbers numbers do do not not necessarily necessarily reflect reflect the the real real world world he he says says gas gas prices prices are are coming coming down down and and supply supply chain chain bottlenecks bottlenecks are are easing easing Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To Bloomberg daybreak here This Friday morning so what do we have on our minds Well Macron the variants spreading mandatory jabs now being considered by Germany even the EU commission discussing it And U.S. jobs day jobless claims have remained low so that suggests that lots of progress in the U.S. jobs market Let's see what the number actually is Markets seem to be in a rather stormy mood at the moment And the story around Chinese companies listed on U.S. exchanges is this that decoupling that many feared but didn't think would really ever happen We're going to unpack all of these stories This hour let's go to the markets then and give you a data check So Hong Kong shares a suffering this morning after Kaiser has moved closer to default The hang seng is currently down by two tenths of 1% tech shares also sinking on this possible U.S. delisting of didi hang saying tech index slumping as much as 2.7% The S&P 500 even if futures at the moment are looking just about positive in the green Yesterday European stocks closed 1.2% lower tech shares sliding the most European futures are actually stronger right now 6 tenths of 1% for the U.S. stocks 50 futures And the dollar showing a little bit of strength this morning U.S. benchmark yields on the ten year down by a basis point at 1.439 but this jobs report could be one key event when it comes to the future of the fair de rate path and tapering and just lastly on oil futures WTI crude oil now up by 1.8% 67.66 OPEC plus sticking to raising supply but saying that it's open to a cut at short notice so they've put us on notice around that in the oil markets Right those are the figures Let's go to some of our top stories And we start with a move that has spooked investors The Chinese ride hailing app didi global has begun preparations to delist from U.S. stock exchanges Bloomberg's Brian Curtis has more on the story As didi pulls out it starts work on a Hong Kong listing The withdrawal from the U.S. is not unexpected but at the same time a stunning reversal Dee Dee just sold chairs this past summer The company appears to have had no choice but to yield to demands by Chinese regulators We reported last week that officials told Dede's executives to plan a withdrawal Sources say Dede is aiming to file in Hong Kong around March Why the switch Well China's concern about sensitive data leaking to its rival Brian Curtis Bloomberg daybreak Europe Meanwhile the U.S. is moving ahead with wider efforts to remove Chinese companies from American stock exchanges for not complying with Washington's disclosure requirements The SEC has announced its final plan for a law mandating that foreign firms open their books to U.S. investors China and Hong Kong are the only two jurisdictions that refuse to allow these inspections despite Washington requiring them since 2002 So for more on what's going on in the market's reaction to this and more let's bring in Bloomberg's cross asset editor Joanna osser Joanna I mentioned the great decoupling risk How are markets reacting to the DD D listing news Hi Caroline Well there definitely is not liking that specifically And we are going a little bit more risk on the past little bit overall on the market But Dede's now down 44% from its IPO in June So that puts it on track for the worst Chinese IPO performance over its first 6 months in the U.S. One thing to consider too is when it switches Hong Kong valuations tend to be lower than U.S. one So will it even have a valuation discount as well But in general the idea that companies and markets are now having to make changes due to the U.S. China tensions is not necessarily something investors will like No absolutely What are some of the ways that your hearing also this week about coping with elevated volatility are I said it was a sort of stormy day in markets I think it's been a stormy week Yes definitely So we've now had 5 sessions in a row where the S&P 500 has moved at least 1% That hasn't happened for more than a year And strategists are coming up with all sorts of ideas about it Tell back and actually said to make bearish bets on the U.S. market via Cathy Woods arc innovation ETF because it's too expensive to buy protection on the S&P 500 right now And Carolina and I talked earlier the week about the vix at 29 that's the key level but we're now watching for a weekly close where will it be above that level or below And one thing we found from analyzing Bloomberg data is when the vix is below 30 and flips to above it which happened on Wednesday That's actually tended to be a good sign for stocks one week two weeks and even a hundred days out in data in the past 15 years Okay interesting data analysis Joanna thanks so much for being with me this Friday morning that is our Bloomberg cross asset editor Joanna off since you're there Real-time market commentary and analysis check out markets live that's ML IV on your Bloomberg terminal So also in the U.S. this morning competition regulators are suing to 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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Let's take a look at some stories making headlines around the world Britain's antitrust watchdog has ordered Facebook parent meta to sell giphy The competition and markets authority found that last year's $350 million tie up with the gift search engine will reduce competition between social media platforms It is the first time a global regulator has forced a big tech firm to unwind a completed deal Meantime regulators in China have dealt another blow to Dede the giant ride hailing company They've issued a formal package of rules that protect the rights of millions of drivers that underpin the industry's growth Beijing has already ordered Dee Dee to delist from the U.S. after the company went ahead with an IPO in June despite official objections And a warning from SpaceX CEO Elon Musk according to the website space explored Musk says the company faces a genuine risk of bankruptcy If it can't launch one of its starship vehicles at a rate of one every two weeks next year The website quoted an internal email in it Musk indicated that production issues with the starships engine are worse than they seemed just a few weeks ago Coming up the weekend that was we're gonna be joined by Shopify president Harley finkelstein to talk about how Black Friday and cyber Monday fared this year Future ecommerce trends and more That's next This is Bloomberg The best of Bloomberg business week every business day Sales activities soaring The Bloomberg businessweek podcast with Carol messer and Bloomberg quick takes Tim's tennis What is an apple developed car look like The days breaking global business finance and tech news along with smart analysis This stock has been on a tear The Bloomberg business we podcast We just get like 20 seconds from you on Bitcoin Listen today on Bloomberg radio dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcasts The markets in focus every business day The Bloomberg markets podcast with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller Are there some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to We've got a vaccinate the whole world analysis of the day's Wall Street actions From Bloomberg intelligence Bloomberg opinion and influential newsmakers The bond market was the boss Bloomberg markets with all Sweeney and Bette Miller Subscribe to day and Bloomberg radio dot com The Bloomberg business app or iTunes When was the moment you discovered that you were meant for the business world Have you been getting a lot of inquiries from employers And then you started looking for the best sources of information Technology is challenging the regulators doctors use kind of a virtual reality look I feel like the world is courting Elon Musk Which is how you got here How are other bankers restricted now.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The break we're going to find out the latest moves from watchdogs around the world against meta and Dee Dee next And as we head to break let's take a look at HPE also out with earnings after the bell Shares lower after hours after the company gave a disappointing quarterly profit forecast hurt by the increasing cost of components for its computer equipment We're gonna keep an eye on it all This is Bloomberg The composer Joseph Haydn famously said I listened more than I studied It sounds like a law school hypothetical Here in Bloomberg it's the same thing Do you maintain that low rate regime Can you see how two years How do you build a strategy with that eventuality in mind Experts information news The push sets up a potential fight What do we know about how it will go public Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening The only way to start the morning is with optimism Jobs recovery was sluggish A lot of people agree on that Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa romulan Finally we got some of branwell's gloom to get in there The ultimate south sticking on my face When lasik capitulates Bloomberg surveillance Must watch Lisa your data point Go Tom you're great Never change We pay mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television There are a lot of ways to look at the world right now Interesting that you've got an overweight on Hong Kong And the more of them you can access the better What has to be his strategy Perspective Who's doing school best clarity How do we get it so that the benefits get to everybody Expertise He seems to have exactly the right combination It's character plus policy Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Bloomberg the world is listening Economics All this doomed groom is out there finance Do you see this as a technical correction investment What are you looking at give you some sort of compass through this period The Bloomberg surveillance podcast Lots and lots of talk about what the fed should and shouldn't do Lisa Brahma wents and the names that shaped the world's markets Speak with professor schiller of Yale University Bloomberg surveillance Listen today at Bloomberg dot com the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Dear Sugars

Dear Sugars

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Dear Sugars

"Taylor Armstrong arrives with castmate Kyle Richards, hoping that Camille, the woman who outed her abuse on the show a couple episodes ago, isn't there? But she is. And between the unlimited wine and the limited amount of space at this party, things get testy between Taylor and a friend of Camille's named Dee Dee. She's not gonna fight with you. She doesn't want to fight with you. She's been waiting for days. She wants to apologize. Taylor isn't having it. The more did he talks, the more on edge, Taylor becomes. Outside. Taylor, is not the way to conduct a discussion. And from there, the party devolves into true chaos. Taylor suddenly surrounded by women basically yelling, calm down, which, of course, has the opposite effect. You guys, done. Ridiculous. Stop ridiculous. Didi persists. Several of the women start physically jumping in between the two of them as Taylor shoves appointed finger closer and closer to Dede. Crying about how Camille's indiscretion has hurt her. All the words that were coming from me were based in pure fear. I was terrified for my life at that point and not knowing what my future was going to hold and just this isn't just reality TV fodder. This is my real life. You have no idea the repercussions that I'm gonna suffer from this. Were you conscious when this was happening that the cameras were there? I mean, by then you're so far into this experience of being on the show that I imagine part of the processes them trying to make you guys forget about the cameras, right? That's a good question. I feel like when you are, I feel like when I would get so amped up, it wasn't like the cameras were even a thought. It was just, I was so upset. And so scared and afraid of what this outcome was gonna look like that in those moments I was just gonna express myself regardless. And at that point, the cat was out of the bag. So there was really nothing more.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo

"All <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> right. <Speech_Male> Well, that's what I was going to say. <Speech_Male> Drop a 20 <Speech_Male> on <Speech_Male> the bar at the other end and <Speech_Male> be like, sorry for the major <Speech_Male> inconvenience. Be super <Speech_Male> sarcastic about to make <Speech_Male> her feel bad about her? Do <Speech_Male> you like it? That's what I would <Speech_Male> have done. <Speech_Male> But I <Speech_Male> also don't know. So you're <Speech_Male> supposed to tip for waters? <Speech_Male> Is that a thing? No, I <Speech_Male> said no. No. No. <Speech_Male> No, <SpeakerChange> you shouldn't. <Speech_Male> Because I was <Speech_Male> a couple of weekends ago, I was in <Speech_Male> Boston and I was Dee Dee, I was driving home <Speech_Male> with the night my <Speech_Male> friend puka in my car, good <Speech_Male> times. But I <Speech_Male> ordered some couple of <Speech_Male> soda waters at the end of the night, <Speech_Male> and I just didn't <Speech_Male> know if I didn't <SpeakerChange> know. I <Speech_Male> kind of felt weird. If you want to <Speech_Male> leave a book or two, <Speech_Male> you could, but <Speech_Male> look, if you're pounding <Speech_Male> soda waters all <Speech_Male> night and staring <Speech_Male> like a lurker in the <Speech_Male> corner and you're on soda <Speech_Male> water and <Speech_Male> you <Speech_Male> haven't left a dollar, <Speech_Male> like you can <Speech_Male> expect that guys are <Speech_Male> doing shit to your soda <Speech_Male> waters now. Because like <Speech_Male> that's <Speech_Male> not, there's a line, <Speech_Male> like everything, right? There's no <Speech_Male> absolutes for <Speech_Male> almost everything. <Speech_Male> And, you know, there's <Speech_Male> a difference between <Speech_Male> end of the night. <Speech_Male> I want to <Speech_Male> water it out <Speech_Male> here a little bit, <Speech_Male> especially if you've been <Speech_Male> a customer with all your friends and <Speech_Male> all the stuff. And the other thing too, <Speech_Male> the guy like clearly cares, <Speech_Male> he ordered food, <Speech_Male> he feels bad about this <Speech_Male> whole thing. You're $20 <Speech_Male> thing to show <Speech_Male> her up. Most people probably <Speech_Male> go and screw her. I'll give you <Speech_Male> 20 bucks <Speech_Male> on top of everything <Speech_Male> else. <Speech_Male> Just to prove some sort of <Speech_Male> point. So you can make <Speech_Male> the $5 point in the <Speech_Male> beginning. The next time you go ahead <Speech_Male> and do it. But yeah, I mean, <Speech_Male> there's a <Speech_Male> number of waters <Speech_Male> and your behavior and if <Speech_Male> you've never ordered a drink <Speech_Male> and you go to a place like we had <Speech_Male> a guys that would start doing <Speech_Male> that because they were older guys <Speech_Male> that would come to our dive <Speech_Male> that wanted to look <Speech_Male> at college girls all the time. <Speech_Male> And then you were like, okay, <Silence> so <Speech_Male> your <Speech_Male> Ginger <Speech_Male> ale guy <Speech_Male> and you think you're <Speech_Male> gonna get free Ginger <Speech_Male> ale to lurk <Speech_Male> like no, <Speech_Male> like, eventually <Speech_Male> those guys expose <Speech_Male> themselves <SpeakerChange> and clearly, that's <Silence> not what you're doing. We <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> think. <Speech_Music_Male> Now, <SpeakerChange> come on, dude. <Speech_Male> I was being <Speech_Male> responsible. <Speech_Male> I know. I don't know, he's <Speech_Male> very responsible guy. <Speech_Male> I think we covered it <Speech_Male> today. So <Speech_Male> I don't want to keep adding <Speech_Male> to this. This was a long. <Speech_Male> This is <Speech_Male> three guys chopping <Speech_Telephony_Male> it up quite a bit today on <Speech_Male> a Monday, so we'll <Speech_Male> pivot. <Speech_Male> College football, <Speech_Male> heavy on <Speech_Male> Wednesday <Speech_Male> and NBA <Silence> stuff as well. And it <Speech_Male> looks like <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> our good friend <Silence> Tom rinaldi <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Silence> America's best <Speech_Male> friend <Speech_Male> is going to join us <Speech_Male> on the show. <Silence> I can't wait to talk to <Speech_Male> that guy. <Speech_Male> He makes you <Speech_Music_Male> feel better just by saying <Speech_Music_Male> his name out loud. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> Thanks to Colin, Steve, Tucker, <Music> what's

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"dee dee" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Off. If you ever get any ni- off so we've actually gone sandy these bounds. Where you're going. yeah. I look forward to going out and seeing a good been you know and having some fun. You know. Often seems quite ironic. Now in. what ninety five The hardcore explosion. America's pro probably helped you went and fight back in seventy four and cbgb's max's kansas city and things you're responsible for the star. They all in many ways. Yes we we did. Start at everybody on broad the idea from us like nobody used to wear leather jackets before we wore them. That wasn't in style. And now you just walk around. You see everybody wearing a leather jacket and on the power according and the a lot of the dance counter songs one two three. But we don't mind you know it. It's all good. It's good morning. In a g i was. I was felt like we were the example catalyst on the example you know and still you know still all whether it'd be bands or artists or record companies like nobody was getting signed before we had gotten sign also. They waited a year to see progress in now. And then there's everybody in the world you know like the major labels on the subject again signed record was available info for quite a while again. I read you in trouble and dale. In britain a finding out to believe because when i picked up the album i mean it was tomase so an instant album. It's yeah well. I found it kinda strange too because i felt we've done so much for history history and you know all but it seems to still come now to dollars and cents and you know and and you know you're selling this you know what i mean. It's it's crazy. Yeah but even so with the brave the big companies lot 'em is in the cbs's in the one. I mean that verdy associate ended up raising for them to sonya. They don't like us though but also fun note wall. We don't know what your culture club clone or something like that you see. We're not trendy like we last. We lasted ten years We were not going to go away in another year like a fad lot of these groups that big for like a year you know but then they just fade away and like we have it made. We've we've had a career here and we're gonna keep playing and What makes it hard though as like when the though is like for some reason it's even hard to come over here and get jobs. No one wants to burqas but Maybe they will now fund memories but very sad too. Because both joey and dee dee who i was talking to then since passed away that of course is the ramones and that was part one and the second part of the ramones over the next few weeks where back then is of moments that rock where we dig deep into the archives system down and deliver more archive interviews next week. You've got the latest jam. Queued up the sound system cranked. But you're missing that extra element. Take all the way to eleven. listening to. Music is only half the journey our senses mingled to create unforgettable moments on the ad magazine podcast tunes and tumblers. We dive headfirst.

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"dee dee" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

PC Perspective Podcast

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on PC Perspective Podcast

"Apparently but i've got a voodoo one. Could if i can we get assume enhance and find out that this is an. Is a sound blaster. Kurds not really really like it. When you slob over the gold contacts on the edge so you could just get that out and touchstones. That'd be great this is trust me. It's a hard. It's a voodoo one card. It's a diamond time because they had a different Memory layout for the to like the orchid right just three anyway. If you've got one of those you know that the performance is great. We still have to have a to d card. They have to like use. The patch cable between so get something trucks curb to go with it. This is the news thing legs. It's the new voodoo rush. Now the company tells me this combines. A three fx voodoo cart has the same chip with this quality alliance to d. graphics chip here. Yeah there is problems with that card. They were heard working. Look the only trade off. Is that the tutti and the three have to share the same memory. How many do you have to manually map to this done. This just works now. it's it does. This was one of the first cards you know. Other than like the His rendition that could do a three d. n. a. window. I believe he doesn't. It's connected to chip so it could do the com- posting not composting. No show by josh. Dee dee myers it direct memory. No no no. No no no no. It's when your own sake. Nece eighty-three t this article. What is this website like rushed. Well i mean. I the reviews from that era. They're all the same it's like it's like a three d of mir store heard but it's twenty percent lower performance. It was some through a combination and a can't think of what it was called. Composition compositing is layer pausing now but it was allowed to do it. Just didn't do it very well as primarily software and drivers improved over time. But eventually they're like we just need to get banned she out and do it the right way and they did. Okay hold on. What is this. Oh this is an mg. A is a matrix card. Made sure. I i'm jay right. Yeah that's a millennium. But can't it match the intensity of this graphics card the intense three d o. Clearly not. I think you're gonna win hands down. I mean intensity and look so. He's lower performing. I only have to have one card. Install now i have extra slots available for all of my other sound cards so think of all the additional.

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"dee dee" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"This episode is brought to you by progressive. Are you thinking more about how to tighten up your budget. These days drivers who save by switching to progressive. Save over seven hundred dollars on average and customers can qualify for an average of six discounts. When they sign up a little off your rate each month goes a long way. Get a quote today at progressive dot com progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates national annual average insurance savings by new customer survey in twenty twenty. Potential savings will vary discounts vary and are not available in all states and situations. Today is monday. June fourteenth twenty twenty one on this day in two thousand fifteen. The body of deedee blanchard was found in her home. Her daughter gypsy along with her boyfriend. Nick were arrested for the murder. Welcome to today in true crime. A spotify original from par cast due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener. Discretion is advised. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Today we're covering the discovery of deedee blanchard's corpse after enduring years of physical and psychological abuse. Dvd's daughter had her mother stabbed to death. Let's go back to springfield missouri on june fourteenth. Two thousand fifteen a forensic photographer captured forty eight year old. Dd blanchard's wounds on film. close up. They were even more disturbing. The single mother had been stabbed to death in her house. Nobody knew yet how long she'd been lying there cold in a pool of her own blood. Investigators hoped her twenty four year daughter. Gypsy rose blanchard. Might have some answers but she was missing. Her disappearance was deeply concerning because gypsy. Rose had always been extremely. Ill depended on her mom to eat bathe and use the restroom without. Dd to care for gypsy rose. She was in danger to that. Was the primary reason. Authorities worked as fast as they possibly could to locate gypsy rose but when the dark truth was finally revealed. Nobody believed it. Not even those closest to the family since birth gypsy rose had been bedridden. Her mother spent her days caring for the child as she supposedly suffered from a collection of serious medical issues. Friends and family only ever heard about how delicate the baby's health was deedee told everyone. Gypsy rose endured debilitating asthma and had severe allergies. Eventually gypsy rose was believed to have epilepsy. Muscular dystrophy and leukemia. Dd shaved her daughter's hair off and kept her forever bound to her wheelchair when she was a teenager. Gypsy rose learned. She'd suffered intense brain damage as a baby. Her mother told everyone that her mental development was arrested at age. Seven two neighbors and onlookers. Di di was a saint. She gave her whole self to carrying four and protecting her daughter. Dede often cashed in on the sympathy and kindness of strangers. Several nonprofit organizations supported the family habitat for humanity provided their house other charities offered funds to support treatment or trips and dvd's community always helped her pay for equipment and material comforts. No one suspected. Dvd had invented gypsies. Long list of ailments not even gypsy rose herself. But the truth was that. Dvd had been abusing her daughter since before. The child took her first steps. Gypsy rose illnesses had all been manufactured by her. Mom in reality didi was the one who needed help. It suspected she suffered from munchausen syndrome by proxy also referred to as meadow syndrome and factitious or induced illness by carers. This psychological condition causes a caregiver to deliberately mac. Their victims sick. They may do so for sympathy attention or financial support for two decades. Dd relentlessly starved. Poisoned and maimed gypsy. Rose to the point of incapacitation. She even tricked doctors into performing treatments and operations. Her daughter never needed given her life in and out of doctors offices and hospitals. The child wholeheartedly believed she was paralyzed yet. The older she got the more gypsy rose yearned for a life of her own. She wanted to meet someone find romance. She took to secretly using the internet after her mom went to bed not long after her twenty first birthday gypsy rose met twenty three year old nicholas to john on a christian dating site. It was then that she started to unravel the truth about her life. Nick was from wisconsin. He was autistic and understood gypsies social issues which stemmed from her mother's abuse. Nick and gypsy rose quickly. Hit it off online. They staged an in person meeting to persuade to allow them to date. But didi detested nick. From the get-go she forbade the couple from seeing other gypsy. Rose was distraught. They fought for weeks and the abuse escalated. finally gypsy. rose decided the only way to escape her. mom was to kill her. She called her boyfriend to see if he'd be willing to help. He was all too enthusiastic on the night of june thirteenth. Nick drove back to springfield and checked himself into a nearby motel. Once was sleeping. Gypsy rose texted her boyfriend. It was go time. Nick made his way quietly to the house upon his arrival gypsy. Rose handed him a kitchen knife then. She locked herself in the bathroom and put her hands over her ears. She wondered if nick would go through with it then. She heard a scream from her mother's bedroom. Dd called out gypsies name several times but she was too afraid to move. Suddenly everything went quiet coming up gypsy. Rose pleads guilty to second degree murder high listeners. it's carter from podcast. 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"dee dee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"You could also Ah, here the whole interview with Dee Dee Myers, and if that's not up at this moment, it will be momentarily. It's 4 50 at KPK, and we've got some traffic and weather together for you. Now here, staying ahead. Say it's funny hearing you say, Dee Dee Myers? Yeah, because we heard that for so long. What was it Clinton? She was on the yacht. Was he on the network shows all the time? Yeah, Yeah, it was a spokesperson. Wow. Brought to buy actually Home story and right now, 10 minutes downtown to the split eastbound cap city. No accidents. Incidents working there. Split two rows will gonna be about nine minutes to Douglass Boulevard. If you're going to Elgar Over. Well, why not? South Ally 5, 12 minutes and about 13 minutes now on 99 just looking to see if there's any real problems down there about fruit rich. Apparently, we have a traffic hazard on the South bound I five and looks like it's a dog near the lanes. Otherwise downtown Folsom 19 minutes on the eastbound 50 going to Woodland 16 minutes North bound. I've five and nine minutes sketch out to Mace Boulevard in Davis from the downtown area and save up to 50% of your entire purchase during the Ashley home store President's Day sale Plus you choose your savings and financing after +54 years, no interest no down and no minimum purchase. Limited quality. Hot buys. Don't miss it on Lian actually home store. This is home traffic on the tens. Every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. It'll be chilly tonight under clear skies tonight will reach a low 36 to 40 tomorrow Friday and Saturday..

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"dee dee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"dee dee" Discussed on KCRW

"Education in this economy is not without its challenges. There's the pandemic, of course, most immediately. There's unequal access, how straight up expensive it can be and now decreasing demand. A study from McKinsey says the number of high school graduates in the United States Is expected to peak in the next several years. And so there's a move to expand the kinds of education being offered and to whom. GBH in Boston. Kirk Cara Peasant reports. Justice Cove in 19 hit the region. In March, Claudia Cabrera was accepted into a new certificate program at Stonehill College, a four year liberal arts schools south of Boston. On my Dee Dee for about a year and I didn't really know where I wanted to go with my career. My education, I felt like I wasn't gonna be able to go back to school because I was a young mom. The 24 year old mother of twins was also homeless. Living in a shelter with 20 other families. She was exposed to someone with covert 19. She says. Although she didn't get sick. I just needed to get out of there. Stuck in the shelter Cabrera Suss Stonehill certificate program as an opportunity to earn a living wage as a technician. I'm a hands on type of learner. I don't really understand until I do it for myself Between 2019 and 2037. The number of new high school graduates in New England is expected to shrink by nearly 13%. And that spells problems for small colleges like Stone Hill and for the region's high skills. Economy. Massachusetts alone. Is facing a major shortage of technicians. Ah handful of liberal arts schools have invested in career and technical certificate programs that cost students less and last. Just a few semesters, these institutions air needing to enroll as many learners as they possibly can shell in Joe T. She is a senior policy analyst at the Think, Take New America. He recommends all kinds of colleges adopt short term non degree programs as the traditional college going demographic shrinks in order to stay afloat and hopefully expand. Private LeBron's colleges will need tol come up with new sorts of offerings that respond to the market demands your tea. She points to research that find since March, Americans are increasingly interested in non degree certificate opportunities. Offering more short term affordable programs will make you more attractive to a broader range of learners. Whether their traditional college age or adult learners. Stonehill now offers certificates that costs about $10,000 compared to the full cost of attendance that can run north of 65,000 year. I think it provides access to a different type of student that Stonehill Has not catered to. That's Melissa Ratliff, the new dean of graduate admissions at Stonehill, she says the college traditionally served recent high school grads who live in dorms. So she says administrators were surprised by some of the older students needs. We had some students that didn't have access to WiFi. He didn't have access to a reliable laptop. Stonehill secured funding from professional societies to loan students, laptops and upset tuition. The college also helped Claudia Cabrera Find an apartment that she could afford so she could leave the shelter. Can you please pick that up off the floor? You guys wanna start cleaning and making lunch inside her new apartment? Cabrera negotiates with her twins. I guess Billy after falling behind last semester, she said, she's all cut up on her course work. Now. I think I want to work for the people who make robots and stuff like that. What technology being such a big thing? And The world right now, especially during Cove in Cabrera expects to complete her advanced manufacturing courses later this year before entering the work force in Boston. I'm Cooker Plaza for marketplace. Yeah..

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Reports: New York Jets Send Players, Staff Home Following Presumptive Positive COVID-19 Test

Murph and Mac

01:48 min | 2 years ago

Reports: New York Jets Send Players, Staff Home Following Presumptive Positive COVID-19 Test

"But first and foremost, I'm just looking at have the TV on here in Kyle and I see Adam Schefter reports the Jets just sent Their players and coaches home with a presumptive positive test. And I know it's everywhere, man. So I guess my first question is unfortunate. Just, you know, how are you guys processing this Tennessee News? The New England News Now maybe the Jets. What can you say to the team or do as a team to make sure it doesn't happen to you guys? I mean, I just I think it's like everyone else in the world. I mean, you try your hardest You do your best. You got mass on all the time around here. We have these protocols and we've changed all our meeting rooms. No one sits next to each other. You're always 6. Ft Apart. Can't even use our team meeting around this year because it fits, you know, normally fits 90 people. But with the rules we have was spreading everyone out. We only confess like 30, so we've had to move it. The stadium and put together and big hallways. And so you're doing everything you can and trying to be smart, But ah, it is scary. You know, You never know when one person is going to get it, And when they do, I mean, people can't play and it's It's not just the cove it I mean. Dee Dee Bo was sick yesterday and doesn't have cove it But if you have a symptom, anything, you got it. You're out of the building and he wanted to be around You has the symptoms out. So those are the things that come up. I mean, you know the playoffs last year we had about 12 guys with the flu. And if you have a flu symptoms, I mean, you're not allowed to go into the game either right now, So it's you never, Flu season's coming up. So you know, you get worried about that stuff. You get a number of guys out just because they have some normal sickness is not Cove it and You see all the injuries that we have on top of it separate from that, So I know a lot of teams are scrambling right now. But it is what it is. You can't control. They just do the best. You can hope you have some good luck while you're at it. And, um See what happens.

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Los Angeles - California Senate To Restart Investigations Into States COVID 19 Response

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:41 sec | 2 years ago

Los Angeles - California Senate To Restart Investigations Into States COVID 19 Response

"Senate are letting Governor Gavin Newsom no, they're ready to restart oversight hearings on the state's responds to the cover 19 PANDEMIC case. Tim Lance has more on that for us. In a seven page letter to the governor, several senators say that they plan to take a closer look at his plans for improving the handling of unemployment insurance claims that the troubled ee Dee dee virus testing tracing band prevention, the reopening of schools, the personal protection equipment supply chain in the state and a better idea of how money approved by the Legislature will be spent. On all of this no later than September 15th. They say that these are the topics most important of their constituents and need immediate action. At least two Senate committees will begin meeting later this month and continue to meet into November. Tim Lance News

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Freedom Summer: Datra Dee Dee Jackson

The Brown Girls Guide to Politics

05:37 min | 2 years ago

Freedom Summer: Datra Dee Dee Jackson

"Many. Of the faces that we have seen over the past few weeks leading the black lives matter movement have been those of young black women theatric DVD. Jackson is one of those dynamic women speaking truth to power as a leader, a black youth project one hundred while attending Florida International University. She became active at the height of the murder of Trayvon. Martin was led to founding the local chapter, a dream defenders at her university. Today, we chat with Yatra, how young people are seizing and owning their political power at this moment. I'm really excited to talk to you today I've been such a big fan of B. y. p.. One hundred in really excited that you were able to join us. So thank you. So I I want to talk about the fact that at such a young age you have done so much for the black community and the Black Youth Community you've done organizing as a CO founder or of the Durham Chapter of the Black Youth Project hundred supporting black mamas bail out, which is one of the favourite causes that I donate to and just so much more especially during the racial pandemic that we've been in these past few weeks. What brought you to this work? What made you wake up one day and say, okay as a young person, I have to get involved as a black young person I have to get involved. So I am from Philly or and throughout my years I was in public schools I grew single mom. Single mom household of three girls and. So grew up in inundated southwest philly end of there's many things of my experience that really informs where end today but that's not quite where I was politicized. I was in Grad School. Down in Miami Around Twenty, twelve, twenty thirteen and so I, was living in Florida. At the same time as the murder of Trayvon Martin and all of the marches in the energy that was being built up in that time and I was pretty apolitical leading up to that point and was going to a black sitting union meeting because our school where I know black people. So the black student union because that's where we were and this organization out to folks from dream, defenders averages a state based organization down in Florida Cain ended presentation on the work that they were doing and police brutality and immigration. Reform. School to prison pipeline. We're talking about these different issues in was really activated started to pay attention. To. That as an opportunity to be partners to the apartment organizations actually doing the work that was really where I started really a moment that similar to where now I love your path that you just talked about and I feel it's so important because A lot of young people you know when I talk to them, they just feel that can I just show up? Can I do it in? That's really what you did, and that's what a lot of the people involved with the. One hundred have done and I would love for you to talk a little bit more about the work that you're doing. In particular I'm a fan of the safe. We save campaign, which is something that I also think is a very timely conversation that we need to have in this country. Yes. So she said we save is one hundred national campaign It's our transformative moving campaign to end gender-based violence against like women. Like girls in black gender, non conforming people especially comes. In there is more origin even how we got to deciding orange she sees as national as I national campaign we had this huge visibility of black boys and black men that were being murdered brutalized by the police It was carrying this very long history erasure, black women, black girls, an our stories in the way that we have been brutalized by the police, and so we wiping one hundred among many other organizations really uplifted. Hashtag say her name. As a demand to also remember the stories of black women and black girls be harmed on a regular basis by the police and really pushing a bit of an intervention into the visibility of who stories are being told. And so we help these different events honoring black women and black girls who stories were not being pushed to the front and also talked about the a specific nature of black women in the way that the system harms us that doesn't that doesn't necessarily apply to black men in black police in. So we've been pushing. On, lifting up story of Ricky Boyd Renisha McBride. Happens Melissa Alexander. In just a number of Ions Stanley Jones might hall that list goes on online. Envy making sure that that this was also part of this time. The stories of black women grows they're are always forgotten

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What it takes to put on a week of celebrations of Aretha Franklin's life

BBC World Service

00:15 sec | 4 years ago

What it takes to put on a week of celebrations of Aretha Franklin's life

"The American city of Detroit has staged a special tribute concert to, remember the soul singer Aretha Franklin she'll be buried on. Friday appraisers were song by -mongst others Gladys Knight. And Dee Dee Bridgewater to an audience of five thousand people on the city's

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The Duke & Duchess depart Windsor Castle in a horse-drawn Ascot Landau wedding carriage

24 Hour News

02:26 min | 4 years ago

The Duke & Duchess depart Windsor Castle in a horse-drawn Ascot Landau wedding carriage

"South london's kingdom gospel choir marked another break from the norm but it was back to tradition for the wedding vows i megan take you harry meghan take you harry to be my husband to be my husband to have to hope to have and to hold from this day forward with rings exchange the couple traveled down the long walking through the streets of windsor in the false join ascot landau carriage now they'll be known as the duke and duchess of sussex man and wife in windsor i'm studios this is rivet welcome to total wine and more i challenge you to wine tasting showdown maybe we should just explore some wine if you can't blow me away with the wind you must admit defeat sure try this cabernet sauvignon my this this world and always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield why all these americans grilling all of a sudden explore eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers at total wine and more the selection is ridiculous the first saturday night football game of the year will pit national champion alabama against louisville on abc miami plays lsu on sunday night of the season opening weekend espn just announced the schedule for the first three weeks up saturday night games the crimson tide meets louisville in orlando florida at eight pm on september first the next day miami and lsu's square off at at and t stadium in arlington texas it'll be the third straight season abc airs a sunday night game on labor day weekend when college football doesn't compete against the nfl there's an explosive new claim about the late whitney houston ap entertainment editor oscar wells gabriel reports it's all part of a new movie friends of the troubled grammy winning artists say some of whitney houston's issues with drug abuse stemmed from a family scandal inner documentary screened at the cannes film festival they say houston was molested as a child by her cousin dee dee warwick the sister of dionne warwick word of this comes from houston's longtime assistant mary jones who tells filmmaker kevin mcdonald that houston told her that warwick had molested heredia young age jones says that experience made houston question her own sexuality and contributed to her drug problems later in life i'm oscar wells gabriel.

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