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Stimulus checks and your 2020 taxes: What to know

Weekend News

01:25 min | 2 weeks ago

Stimulus checks and your 2020 taxes: What to know

"It's 10 51 tax season is here and the pandemic could make filing a bit of a headache. How do we account for stimulus payments and unemployment assistance? CBS news Business analyst Dill slash Singer says he don't have to pay income tax on those stimulus checks. You've got $1200 or 500 per kid. Maybe you were one of the few people who got that extra $600 at the end of December. That's not taxable, but here's what's really important. Ah, lot of people said they were missing their stimulus payments or they got less than they thought. Maybe they had a child in the Iris didn't know that if that's the case for you You're going to file your taxes and you are going to focus on it ready for this line 30 of your form because that's the recovery rebate credit if you think you are due money Focus on that. Make sure you fill that out and be sure that you get the money you're do And if you're we're hoping to write off your work from home costs in 2017. We had a new tax law, and it basically said no office deduction for anyone who's an employee. If you're a W to wage earner, you can deduct a portion of your residents or your rent. If you are self employed, you've gotta use one room or a part of your house on a regular basis, And you can't have another office somewhere else. So the rules are pretty tight again. If you are a W to wage earner sorry you paid for that stand up desk in the new

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South Africa suspends rollout of Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine

All Things Considered

04:18 min | 3 weeks ago

South Africa suspends rollout of Oxford-AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine

"Whether it needs to change its guidance around the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine. This comes after South Africa decided to delay a vaccination campaign that was supposed to start next week. South Africa made that decision after a small study called into question whether the AstraZeneca vaccine works against a variant that is now the dominant strain there. So is this a setback for AstraZeneca? Is it a detour? Is it nothing at all? NPR's Jason Beaubien is here with hopefully some inside on all down. Hey, Jason. Hey, Mary Louise, So I think I have to start by asking the big question. Are these new variants mutating so fast that there rendering the vaccine useless before we can even get it out and everybody's arms. You know, that's what everybody's really worried about. I can tell you definitively that it's way too early to say that right now that this AstraZeneca vaccine isn't useless against the variant that's spreading in Southern Africa. But we are seeing some worrying signs. This was a fairly small study. It was predominantly of young, healthy South Africans, and it found that a reasonable number of people who got vaccinated still ended up getting mild cases of disease like nobody got sick, really, really sick. Nobody died in the study was even designed to test for that. But this was combined with some lab studies in Southern Africa that showed some other worrying signs and there's concern that you know, South Africa. Was supposed to be starting This mass vaccination campaign next week on bones would be the first mass vaccination campaign in all of southern substation in Africa on bit was going to be with the AstraZeneca shot in Salima dill cream. He's AnAnd visor to the South African government. He told the W. H o today that South African decided to put that campaign on hold. We don't want to end up with a situation where we vaccinated million people of two million people with a vaccine that may not be effective in preventing hospitalization and severe disease. So instead, they're going to switch to doing the mass vaccination campaign with Johnson and Johnson's vaccine into a much smaller distribution of the AstraZeneca vaccine that closely monitor that, And if there are higher rates of hospitalizations or cases among the South Africans getting AstraZeneca, then we'll deal with that, at that point Okay, so some important really important qualifiers you've given us this was a very small right study and AstraZeneca, which is not one of the vaccines being given out right now, in the U. S. Correct, So the guidance stands if you can get the vaccine when it's your turn. Get the vaccine. Absolutely in United States. This vaccine has not been been authorized yet. United States although the U. S has purchased some for down the road, okay, but But there are global implications to this. How big a deal is this development outside of South Africa. You know, there's sort of two parts to that one is that this very isn't as much of a problem outside of Southern Africa. You know, at least not yet It might become a some point time. But the expectation is the AstraZeneca vaccine will continue to be effective in other parts of the world. The second part is that this vaccine is an incredibly important part of the global efforts to get people vaccinated. Particularly in low and middle income countries, And if there are cracks with this vaccine and turns out, it doesn't respond to variants very well. Then that could really be problematic. Although why, because couldn't other countries switched to another vaccine, just like it sounds, South Africa is going to try to switch to Johnson and Johnson. That the problem is that right now, there just isn't enough vaccine out there or even in the pipeline, and AstraZeneca is a huge portion of both the current supply and the expected supply that's supposed to be coming in the coming months. On dis is also going to be. People are hoping sort of this vaccine workhorse. It would work well in low and middle income countries. It's cheap. You don't need some special super cold fridge to store it. You know, and it's currently being made in Europe and in India and South Korea. They're manufacturing in Argentina and Brazil in the WH Ose program to distribute vaccine equitably among 190 countries at the moment. It's plan was to depend almost entirely on the AstraZeneca vaccine. That is NPR's Jason Beaubien reporting. Thank you, Jason, You're welcome. Tomorrow as former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial gets underway. Senate Majority

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Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments

KYW 24 Hour News

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Marjorie Taylor Greene removed from House committee assignments

"Trump this past week, there was controversy over a move from the Democratic majority. Hey, why? W special contributor Larry Cane has a commentary in Washington. Another split in the ranks of Republicans. It's all over the removal from house committees of fiery hard right crusader and denial and 9 11 in school shootings. Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene acumen on member This time her own party voted to keep Iran but the Democrats were the majority, then voted to toss her off. Historian and nonpartisan Senior political fellow at Middles Dill University. Terry Madonna says that moved to come back to haunt Democrats. If the GOP gets back control of the house. That's the difficulty that I think now exists because you better believe the Republicans will look Find Democrats who have made mistakes Errors center did things they should not have done to strip them from their committee assignments as well from our area. Republican Jeff Andrew of South Jersey voted against her removal. But the congressman from the most purple swing district in Pennsylvania Ryan Fitzpatrick and 10. Other GOP House members voted with the Democrats to remove her. Will there be paid back? Doubtful. Fitzpatrick is respected for his independence in Bucks County. Larry Kate K y

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Yarning & Darning, Meatloaf Catapult, naughty Limericks, Raptor piles. - burst 7

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

15:53 min | Last month

Yarning & Darning, Meatloaf Catapult, naughty Limericks, Raptor piles. - burst 7

"Newspapers. And we them to a trump or indeed a trombone. And so i i up on the ocoee. This This session we have women. Crates genderless pack of playing cards so at queen trump king So in the day and age where we're conscientious and i'm passionate about gender equality. Have you ever stopped to wonder why. The male monarchs still trump's queen in a pack of cards. This is something that doesn't sit right with a twenty three year old indian. Melnick says she decided to take matters into her hands. The forensic psychology graduate spent a while thinking about how she can make a change after a lot of trialing creating agenda listen race neutral deck of cards king queen and jack instead replaced with gold silver and bronze the gupta modern set of cards of the modern world. If we have the skyrocketed the king is worth more than the queen and this subtle inequality influences people in their daily lives. But it makes me think though is the joker the joke i mean would he be like a unit. 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There was a young lady named hitchen who was scratching across in the kitchen. Her mother said rose. It's a crabs. I suppose she said yes in. The bug is rich in okay. So let's open the antique anglo. Ach so in the anglo and got this week we have some more foods We have the bird's-eye custody trifle So basically for all of our listeners. All around the world who did not travelers at the bottom. You have canned fruit. That has jello and jelly. And then there's a layer of English custard in the middle and then it's whipped cream on top and you have lashings of sherry. I remember many years ago. My mother will attest to this are is at school. And they were serving trifle and the gentleman who was serving it In gave me a dollop of this trifle. And i said i do. Hope this sherry in it sir. My mother always put sherry in the costed. Seventy one like sasa i one bird's-eye custard a trifle custard. And then i never remember this but capris did instant mashed potato now. I know that was an advert where there were basically robots doing the smash potato And they were making this robert sip-it like cement mashed potato and that was something that we ate in the as well instant mashed potato and then you had the delicious caramel banana flavored angel. Delight is basically for americans pudding and it's a powder mixed it with milk stirred it up. And then i think. Let it in the fridge for a little bit. And you have the most delicious pudding the caramel or or salted caramel whatever. It was and the banana flavor. Were out of this world. It was like heaven heaven in a little glass bowl and all the other children in the eighties. Were were eating that but the best of all legs gentlemen. Let me introduce you to via natta. Now i think we have via netter every sunday during During the summer is an ice cream. Basically and it was layers of creamy Vanilla ice cream with very slender pieces of dark chocolate spread all the way through. It was like an dot chocolate bars and chocolate on top. We've creamy vanilla ice cream and let it melted a little bit because you don't want to completely frozen and it was absolutely delicious and some of the people on twitter would say in celebration also the vetter always sought the annetta. Look like cuttlefish vice versa. thursday night always shopping night. Vinet gone by eight o'clock It was supposed to lost to wake lived on these during three power cut. Three power cuts. We just left them outside the floor out. Veneta was only served in a sunday dinner. it was a classier ice cream any other night. It was the awful vanilla from the plastic tub and a mate with trying to impress a girl invited around for a meal border veneta for pudding but left it in his bag and it started to melt. He genuinely believed that if he stuck it in the freezer reconfigure and it did not Every time we went to my aunt betty's it was the pudding choice then at a hands down hands up everybody who spent ages trying to cut through the bottom layer frozen chocolate before realizing it was the brown plastic tray. So there we go. That's the Antique anglo ark. This week we have veneta bird's-eye Trifle and we had the angel delight delicious dessert three marvelously. Nine hundred eighty s desserts. So thank you very much. Listening to the podcast is been a momentous week. The world changes week. Isn't it so nice to have boring game either. The boring Regiments have government going on as normal without hysteria twitter 'isms and everything else. So we had all twenty one limerick salute for the irish heritage of joe biden. And thank you very much. For listening to the podcast. This week we did ever touch on. Liz hurley's bikini marmalade exploits. We didn't touch on me trying to reintroduce the perfect baked potato. We have time next week. Folks we have plenty of time. We have all the time in the world to discuss The wondrous Baked potato and how you should cook it. abbas hurley making marmalade in a bikini. Which i think. I'm going to try this week and then i'm going to maybe a champagne marmalade in a in a in probably a man caney bar style this week and hopefully there won't be any smattering without a doubt. But it's been lovely to have you here Lovely to have you on the podcast. This week keep coming cauliflower cheese and cheese on twitter at keep coming cauliflower cheese on instagram likened subscribe. i'm across spotify apple music Also i'm a shoot in iheart radio pandora everywhere people everywhere and yes logging. Enjoy it I mean it may be something. Maybe i could send you a sleep at night. If you're insomniac it could be. It could be the you know the better than the sound machine. Although i have to say my love did get a sound machine and the crackling. Fire the crackling fire is absolutely delightful and it makes me sleep. The baby and i highly recommend the sound machine if you have trouble sleeping and is absolutely wondrous invention but that's been the podcast We all going to finish with a never shameless heaney poem. One of biden's favorites to to close the day. It's bell doug they just keep turning up and were ford as those foreign one eyed and benign. They lie about his house. Cranston's out of a ball to lift the lid of the pete and find this pupil dreaming of neolithic wheat when he stripped off blanket bog soft piled centuries. Open like a glib there. Were the first plough marks. The stone age fields the tomb call beld turfed and chambered flawed with writer. Comb landscape fossilized stonewall patterns repeated before our eyes and the stonewalls of mayo. Before i turned

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Why the Vaccine Websites Suck

Slate's If Then

04:28 min | Last month

Why the Vaccine Websites Suck

"Over the course of the past year estate struggled to get cova data out to the public to update their websites or to schedule testing. There was one group that seemed to be everywhere. If you put yourself in the shoes of nontechnical decision maker in lake local government. You've been handed this urgent party and he needs to make the tech work. That's raffaelle lee. Who directs the health program at us digital response a collection of volunteers engineers user experience designers and technologists who've been offering help for free to overwhelm state governments so some the government's already have technical teams. That have the ability to design new services from scratch shore depth open source review vendors. They're not usually very big teams. Most stigma will governments. Don't have these teams and so they often go to the private sector for solutions and software. Engineering is this crazy. Topsy turvy world. Where the things that seem really hard are some sounds pretty easy and the things that seem really easy can be pretty hard so unless you have senior technologists on staff who can help review your vendors. Before he signed the contract pay the money. You're going to buy based on the brochure that they give you and how our state and local governments reacting to the problems with vaccine rollout. So far i mean are are they frustrated. Is that something that you're hearing. I think most people are confused It's a really hard problem to solve. It's the large suspects in eastern out in history and the reason. It's so complex is primarily because students are following phased approach that prioritizes different groups of people. But they don't always know exactly how many doses getting or when dill arrive. And when these things aren't certain it's hard to plan ahead more recently we're seeing that the eligibility standards and the enforcement of those standards are changing as states adopt the situation and that makes all the technology projects a moving target for the health agencies. So i guess yeah as the standards change every week every couple of days. It's pretty hard to be nimble and respond to that you know. I think from the perspective of people trying to schedule a vaccine appointments for themselves or their parents There's a lot of frustration and it's a sort of overwhelming singular question. How could they not get this right. There have been months to prepare a lot of systems in place to test the stuff out what is happening behind the scenes that is is explaining some of these issues so every state and county has different needs but the all fix pretty similar challenges and they're using technology to address problems so there's the part of the public sees and then there's the part that we don't really see so let's start with the part that we do see i there the informational websites that tell people when they're eligible for vaccines aware they should go. The see has shared guidelines and recommendations about the order in which vulnerable groups of people should be prioritized but ultimately each state has the discretion to make its own plan and these plans are usually complex enough that they're hard to communicate succinctly in plain words which which sort of makes me wonder. Why do this online at all. Or why do this particularly if you're thinking about seniors and marginalized populations. Why not meet them where they are as opposed to sending them to a kind of janke website. Ideally you have an overall effort that has all your populations there should be an and online component the offline components. Don't scale very well at all so for example if you had scheduling that was only based on the phone. You'd have everybody calling in all the time to the phone lines any time to scale up the people to handle those phone calls and that is a very expensive and laborious and tedious operation. So if you have this kind of split response where the people who can get online can go to a website and do it there than that frees up the phone lines and reduces demand on city hall or the vaccine providers to handle the people who can only get in by failing by phone and there are other ways. Technology should be able to help the process of getting vaccines into people's arms. There's also things like reminders the visor modera vaccines multi-dose vaccines and people are gonna forgets. Come back for their second dose unless they get reminder. I read a study in the uk about the hepatitis a. Vaccine in the study only eleven percent of patients completed their to dose regimen. So if we send out semester reminders that will definitely help

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Security footprint grows in nation’s capital ahead of inauguration

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:03 min | Last month

Security footprint grows in nation’s capital ahead of inauguration

"Guard members in D C will likely outnumber Spectators for the presidential inauguration this year. year. More More than than 20,000 20,000 Guard Guard members members are are expected expected as as part part of of the the massive massive never never before before seen seen security security presence presence in in the the nation's nation's capital. capital. National National mall mall is is closed closed to the public in a security perimeter includes the areas around the Capitol, the White House and portions of downtown surrounding jurisdictions air helping including Virginia, which is shutting down for major bridges leading into downtown D. C. Under an agreement between Virginia and the Secret Service. A bunch of bridges will close to traffic and pedestrians at 6 A.m. Tuesday and stay closed until 6 A.m. Thursday. They include the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge and the 14th Street Bridge. To my knowledge there have never Then this many D C mainline bridge is closed for such a long duration. W T o p traffic reporter Dave Dill Dine I 3 95 is DC's busiest roads, The bridges the freeway, so closing that will have regional effects. More traffic on the Wilson Bridge. More local local traffic traffic on on the the key key and and Shane Shane Bridges. Bridges. Michelle Michelle Bash Bash w w T T o o P P News News in in

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Illinois Senate Approves Bill That Could Expand Bargaining Rights For Chicago Teachers

WGN Programming

00:49 sec | Last month

Illinois Senate Approves Bill That Could Expand Bargaining Rights For Chicago Teachers

"Today, the Illinois Senate passed the bill restoring collective bargaining rights to the Chicago Teachers Union. Was bargaining rights been limited for the union since back in the nineties. Senator Dill writer Republican for Illinois is 55th district opposed the measure to restore says it'll give Chicago public schools teachers more reasons to strike. I've seen the prolific nature. With regards to tendencies of the Chicago Teachers union to strike before the 1995 locking the place goes up. But there's not another school district in the state that shows to go on strike more often. In the Chicago Teachers union, See to you pushes back against that says that wanted the bargaining rights back to help teachers put in place caps on classroom size and the limit the length of a school day.

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Woman charged with shooting man with BB gun in Hall County, NE of Atlanta

America in the Morning

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Woman charged with shooting man with BB gun in Hall County, NE of Atlanta

"A 61 year old man was seriously injured Saturday afternoon when a brass Wilton woman shot him with a BB gun had a home on day Lily drive. According to Sheriff's Office spokesman Derek Booth 50 year old April Kathleen deals is accused of shooting the man in the chest with a BB gun, and before she shot him, bills hit him in the chest with the actual rifle physically. Following the incident, Hall County Fire Services took the man to northeast Georgia Medical Center in Gainesville. Dills arrested and remains in the whole county jail with no bond booth says that deals in the victim lived together in the home where the incident took

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StartUps And Loans

Loanclopedia

03:40 min | 4 months ago

StartUps And Loans

"One of my principals is. I hate spending money until i'm making money. I hate spending money until i making money because anybody can spend money right anybody you can go out and take out that loan and create a training center and expand julie business. You could spend it on a million different things. It's so easy to spend money but not everybody can make money. That's the hard part. And so i want you to be making money before you go out and spend money really depends for me on what state. You're businesses okay. You're not just the startup. you're not just hey. I have an idea. This is the mistake. Most entrepreneurs make a lot of entrepreneurs make hey have an idea. I'm going to start a jewelry business. I'm going to go out and get a store. That's the first thing. I need right to store. And then you blow through all your cash cause you make so many mistakes because you don't know what you're doing you haven't perfected your process and so your company fails shutdown and you've lost your savings. You may lose your house. You mortgage your future for this big bet. That didn't work out because you didn't keep yourself the best chance at success. That's what a lot of entrepreneurs do what you need to do. Is figure out a system that works you start small you build up you get customers you understand your product you you get traction. The reason you want to be expanding. I don't know what you're starting now if you're at home you have a little stall whatever you want to expand when you're busting at the seams when you can't handle any more business in your location that's when you want to expand and that means taking on a loan to finance something bigger fine but you gotta be busting at the seams right now if you're not there yet then don't go and expect because a lot of people think. This is a huge mistake. A lot of people think. Well if i had a store if i was in this location things it'd be bad. You can't count on that location to save you. It's not going to save you. You have to figure out your process your products. You're planning now and make it work on a small scale wherever you are until you can't handle it anymore because you're growing quickly then. Ready to expand young clip. -pedia jenna dugas a satisfied public accounting in florida. I six clans with the preparation of business plans which will represented to banks when applying full camacho loan show grease with the fact that that's by this ruling sounding counter intuitive it is true the banks to loan someone with stable funding. She said banks needs to reach certain benchmarks in order to lend money responsibly. Although being unemployed is not dill breaker other factors can weigh heavily on the loan application. If a bar barwa is unemployed received no other source of income is expecting a lot on secure business loan. The viewed as highly risky venture for the bank cash flow is an important concentration to a banka so primarily a steady job represents a sauce for reach. The bank can be repaid aside from that it can indicate a level of experience and success in set an industry all aligned off business known another way to acquire. Funding is to demonstrate a viable idea. Borrow needs to present a well-developed business plan and provide adequate financial history for a lenders review. The third step for borrower is to illustrate a logical plan for repayment banks. Mainly focused on the risk factor and having a amana of repayment is paramount.

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Economy Week Ahead: GDP, Central Banks, Factories

KYW 24 Hour News

03:11 min | 4 months ago

Economy Week Ahead: GDP, Central Banks, Factories

"A look at just how quickly the economy is growing. Joining us live to talk about this CBS News business analyst Dill Schlessinger Joe Good morning. So what are economists predicting here? So remember first quarter we had a 5% drop second quarter, much worse 31.4% drop in annualized basis and this quarter that that will be reported on Thursday morning. Last Big economic report before the election. Q three Expecting a 30% increase? Yea, we liked that direction. Certainly a great new piece of news for an economy that's crawling out of the cove it recession. So remember when you hear that number 30% don't thinking your little lizard brain. I know we'll have them. 0 30 down. 30 up. We're all cool. No, we're actually Really still in the hole. When it comes to the recession. We're still down about four or 5% from where we were before the recession began. Well, what are the projections here? Jill? You know how long are economists saying that it's going to take us to pull out and what do we need to really pull us out of this slump? Well, you know, when I talked to a lot of the economists that are covering this pretty in depth, Lee, they're saying that they believe that the third quarter is going to be the peak of like this big, huge jump up, Then we start moderating a little bit. So in the fourth quarter, we might only rise by 45%. It kind of depends on when and if we get stimulus. The International Monetary Fund believes that for the entire year 2020 that the U. S economy will be 4.3% smaller than it Wass at the end of last year, so That's really important. I think that most economists are really focused on having governments continue to inject money into local economies and having central banks being cooperate. Now we've got the central bank They're doing everything they can. The government really needs to get going on this $2 trillion or so of aid. You know, when I talked to Ah, one economist Diane Swonk, she said. You know, without this aid. We are talking about a pretty scary situation because it means that we might not see employment recover until get this mid 2024. So they want this money going into the economy to try to save jobs and also maybe to retrain workers and re skill. Workers who are sidelined from the labor Force because of the cove of 19 pandemic would kill the other wild card. Here, of course, is you know another surge of covert 19, especially another surge over the winter when you know it's really hard for Restaurants and bars to do outdoor dining in that kind of thing. That's exactly right. And so you know, when, when we looked at the numbers, and we start talking about this, we have to understand that the third quarter was really the best possible quarter to see a rise in output. Now I think that the surge aspect of this the unknown part is really going to hit those industries that have already been hit pretty hard, and I think that's why the idea of having some stimulus ready to go pretty quickly is high on the wish list of economists around the world. All right. Thank you. Jill,

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Unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since March

WTOP 24 Hour News

02:38 min | 6 months ago

Unemployment rate falls below 10% for first time since March

"Continues its slow crawl back, the Labor Department says. For the month of August, the employment rate fell to 8.4% from 10.2% and employers added 1.4 million jobs last month. Let's break it down and go deeper on this report. Joining us live now CBS news business analyst Dill Schlessinger. Jill it It sounds like good news. The market's, though, are skidding taken a dive here. Can you put this into some context for us? Let's not talk about the markets. Who knows why. Day to day things were moving around, But I think that the employment report was pretty much on target. The consensus estimate was for 1.4 million total jobs, although We have to just sort of put an asterisk here. 238,000 temporary census workers were hired. So you kind of have to back that out. Even with the monthly gains over the last four months, we still have 11.5 million fewer jobs that we had at the beginning of this pandemic, So it's still a pretty deep hole. I would say that we've filled up a bunch of it, but There's a ways to go and the unemployment rate improving. It improved. Not just that headline number, but you know, we look at the broader rate, the one that includes those part timers who wanted to have full time work, and that's down from over 20%. Now it's at 14% 14.2. Look these air still huge numbers but really vastly improved from where we were at the end of March beginning of April. So you know you talk about the number of jobs that were added last month. Is that number actually more or less than were added in the month before in July, because it sort of gives us the trajectory When we look at it for months, weren't you're speaking my language lady and we used to say this on the trading floor. The trend is your friend and what the trend is showing us Is that job? Additions are tapering off some and I think that that's sort of the concern, especially as we come into the next couple of months, because obviously we've seen some hiring occur in travel and hospitality. Summer months warmer months where people conserve meals in restaurants outside what happens in October, November, December that is unknown. And I think that the big gains that we saw, you know early in this process. They are slowing down some and that is of a concern, because clearly what the really concern is that individuals could be may be facing a second, lay off or furlough at a time where there's not a lot of support from the federal government member. We're waiting on Congress to come through with Yet another stimulus plan. Nothing so far.

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At Least 9 Members Of CityReach Philadelphia Church Test Positive For COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 7 months ago

At Least 9 Members Of CityReach Philadelphia Church Test Positive For COVID-19

"Here in Philadelphia. Health officials are investigating a covert 19 outbreak at a church into Coney as we hear from K what abuse ants when At least several of the church's members have tested positive members and step at the city reached Philly Church on Tours. Dill Avenue should consider themselves exposed Cove in 19 if they attended a service in person this month. That's according to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health. As they should quarantine for 14 days, At least nine members of the church from at least five different households have tested positive for the virus. So far, the first symptom showed up as early as August. 6 about two weeks ago, officials are using contact, tracing to identify others they believe may have been infected in Philadelphia, religious services of up to 25 people are allowed under the city's modified green face. However, attendees and staff are required to wear a mask. A statement from the church said leaders took quote extreme measures to protect the health of those who worship including using a disinfectant spray or to sanitize furniture in between services

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At Least 9 Members of Philadelphia Church Test Positive for COVID-19

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | 7 months ago

At Least 9 Members of Philadelphia Church Test Positive for COVID-19

"Philadelphia health officials are investigating a cove in 19 outbreak at a church in the D Cockney section of the city Wide. W's Antoinette Lee tells a several members of the church of tested positive members and staff at the city reached feeling church on tours Dill Avenue, She considered themselves exposed Cove in 19 if they attended a service in person this month. That's according to the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, which says they should quarantine for 14 days. At least nine members of the church from at least five different households have tested positive for the bar. So far, the first symptom showed up as early as August 6 about two weeks ago, officials are using contact, tracing to identify others they believe may have been infected in Philadelphia. Religious services of up to 25 people are allowed under the city's modified green face. However, attendees and staff are required to wear a mask. A statement from the church said. Leaders took quote. Extreme measures to protect the health of those who worship including using a disinfectant spray or to sanitize furniture in between services

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Is It a Good Time to Start a Marketing Agency

Marketing School

06:22 min | 8 months ago

Is It a Good Time to Start a Marketing Agency

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're gonNA. Talk about if it's a good time to start a marketing agency so right now just to give context for everyone we're in the middle of covert, and we are in the middle of riots and protests right now the united. States at least so you have a lot going on, so neil I'll go to you I. Do you think it's a good time? Why or why not? So whether? It's a bad economy? Good economy, a recession, or there's things that you. You can't control. It's life i. do believe overtime things do go back to normal. You know specifically I'm talking about things I it. Where eventually go away so I believe anytime is a good time to start a business. As long as you think you can provide value critic product, critic, good service, you know even though there's a lot of people who aren't spending money. There always is other people who are spending money. Can you get to make an you generate sales to neal's point? There's people that are doing really well right now. There's people that have been. been absolutely crushed. The people that are doing well right now are spending while I'll give you an example. You know if you're running a of streaming business right now. You're probably doing better right now. If you're doing online education, you're probably doing better right now. Depending on what you sell, if you're P, you're probably doing better right now. So all that to say is at a time where the biggest agencies in the World Command, the largest budgets, big contracts, and all that a lot of people that are working with these large agencies they don't necessarily want to. To! Pay those dollars anymore. They want an opportunity to work with smaller shops. And this is your opportunity to to prove yourself, and if you're willing to craft a really good offer and get your foot in the door where you're not necessarily going to charge a lot of money up front, but you're GonNa get all these. You know smaller deals with larger companies. When you know, they can pay a lot later. You establish that relationship you take advantage of the Times right now, 'cause. They're also looking to shop for a deal. So you know, here's your chance. and. You Know Eric I know you deal with a lot of agencies in your agency accelerated permanent. Lot of them are starting up right now in trying to grow. What are you seeing? Are People doing well right now or they struggling right now and mentioned that there's always people spending money, but what of the results people are getting right now? Okay, so that's what I was amazed all these people. People that are willing to pay for the agency accelerator program right now looking. They're looking to grow because our businesses are thriving, so we had this one individual. He's based in the UK and they focused on smaller businesses side five clients last week. They just make a couple of tweaks. Another growing faster and then there's people that are looking to to that are looking to make a change in. In their business, because one person was focused on hospitality, and that's been totally decimated, but he's changing his business model right now and all of a sudden he's. He's getting more clients so I would say the people that were working with right now is it's maybe not the best apples is because these are people that are doing well. That are investing in this. So that's the caveat I say but. But they are looking to be aggressive, and they are looking to grow, and they do see a lot of people reaching out to them for different various services that that they have I. Think again. Going back to the point is during a downturn right now. I think it's a perfect time to start a business. It's a perfect time to learn and make mistakes where it's not going to be. A big issue. If you make these mistakes, put it that way so. Now for the people because they're probably are people that you've seen. I don't know as many agencies as you, but you've probably seen. People also drop in revenue due to Kobe I know we have and we lost clients lost a lot of stuff that wouldn't have happened if covid wasn't around, you know even though people are losing revenue right now. How are you seeing agency? Survive right now in. What are you seeing them due to grow right now this environment. Yeah, so they're changing up their offering, so for example anybody that has an events type of agency. They've switched over the virtual, and it's not the same original revenue that they had before because live events. You make a lot more because they cost a lot more, but at least they can recover some revenue and name of the game with businesses to survive. They need to survive and need to be able to hold through this and you know they'll be good to go other people I can tell you some are. Are pivoting into product services like a lower tier. Maybe it's not the original pricing been finding a lot of people are actually taking them up on it, so I think this really applies for business across the board I. Think if you are adaptable and you can make changes quickly. You don't just sit there I think you're going to be fine at the end of the day, but if you complain about it and you blame people I near. You're out there. Doing stupid things than you're GONNA be in trouble. And then, if you yourself were to credit agency right now, and you didn't have your brand your traffic. What would you do to get going and generate your first client if not your first three clients? Yeah. I mean I've done this before us. I'll go right back to that in a second, but I do want to say to everyone. There's a tool out there called startup runway dot io, so depending on what size your at right now if you have a couple employs a couple contractors I. I do think it's really important freedom map out a three scenarios, so if you are able to remain flat suit money revenue drops, or if you dropped twenty five percent, and if you draw fifty percent, it's GonNa. Show you how many months of runway you have left, and that runway is basically going to guide you and that's going to help. Spur you tack Shen or spirit you into action so to your question Neil. If I were starting out today and turn it back over to you. I know Brad. Nobody knows why I'm back in the day. When I first started, I was worthy attention was so I knew a lot of people were hanging on on asking Seo. Questions I think to saturated now, but now the question have to ask yourself is where all these people hanging out now. If I know my target market is hanging out on link, okay, can I make link did reach out to these people Lincoln. If they're hanging out on, you know in other areas like facebook groups. That I'M GONNA go over there, so I'm going to. To Go to where the attention is, I am going to be posting content at the same time. What happens is even right now with Lincoln. When people engage with me, I look at all the titles that engaged with me, and sometimes my team has access Wellington dill. Look at the titles as well and they'll be okay. This guy looks I might want to work with. I'm going to add him and I'm going to engage with him, and then that way you end up building relationship, and that's a really good way to build your client list so. Go any final words will turn over to you. What would you do I? Would go pick a niche I would then go and go to crunch base with for all the funded companies within the niche had a breakdown everything that they're doing wrong and tell them how they can fix it and breakdown step-by-step in hopes that some of them hire me because they could just in theory, they're venture funded. They needed to get results faster. So why wouldn't they pay me?

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Right Intention

5 Minute Dharma

04:55 min | 8 months ago

Right Intention

"The Buddha said now this is the noble truth of the Path that leads to the cessation of suffering. It is simply this noble eightfold path. That is right view, right, intention, right, speech, right, action, right, livelihood, right effort, right, mindfulness and right meditation. So today we want to focus on right intention. Which is the second? Of the eight fold path. So right intention. What is right intention well Gill. Franz dill explains intentions are the primary or underlying motivations for what we think say or do. So it's the reason, the motivation, the goal that were aiming at when we speak when we think and when we do things and all of us have we have as I explained in the last podcast there several layers there's the surface one the more basic one, and then a primary one motivation or intention. And as Gil Franz Dale explains the intentions we live by have major consequences in shaping our lives, character and psychological wellbeing. So now, what is right intention? We want to get into exactly what the Buddha beans by that. The Buddha explains. And what is right intention? It is the intention of renunciation, goodwill and harmlessness. This is called right intention. So. There's the Buddhist definition of what right intention is. An intention is right when it deals with the renunciation, goodwill and harmlessness. Now some translations. Will have non ill-will instead of goodwill but Gill Franz del explains in the ancient language of the Buddha. The negative prefix implies their positive opposite non will means goodwill and non hostility means compassion so instead of harmlessness. You could also translated s compassion. So. Let's look at these. What is what is it meant by renunciation? Intention of renunciation it means that abandoning of attachment, aversion and ignorance. These are the three major poisons or or fires. If you will that get us caught into the wheel of suffering. Attachment, which means we crave and grasp things. Aversion were pushing things away. We don't want that. And ignorance meaning we're not even sometimes aware of the process a what's going on of this pushing and pulling and this ignorance means we're ignoring. Reality were not connecting with and paying attention to what is really happening were caught in the conceptual fabrications and not seen reality for what it is. Now concerning renunciation, goodwill and compassion Bhikkhu boaty writes. The. Three are opposed to three parallel kinds of wrong intention intention governed by desire intention governed by ill will and intention governed by harmfulness. When we think about each one of these. US to know what our intention shouldn't be. The first one is desire, and this is actually the one that that trip's up most of us. If we're for honest, its desire as Bhikkhu. Bodey explains, were you remain in bondage desire because we see it as our means to happiness. We think that sensual desires. The desires of the census is going to make us happy. And that is so embedded in our society and reinforced in media and social interaction that this is really really difficult to see through. It's the thing that trips us up. ill-will is basically selfishness as putting yourself. I is not realizing the interconnected and interdependent nature of reality. And the third one is harmfulness. This means like hostility irritability

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Americans file 1.43 million new unemployment claims in latest week

KYW 24 Hour News

00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Americans file 1.43 million new unemployment claims in latest week

"Rate drops to about 11% as more Americans went back to work now, CBS News Business analyst Dill Slash singer says the numbers are encouraging. The trend is really good. Continued improvement. One quick note, of course, and that is that that this this report report is is earlier earlier in in the the month month of of June. June. We We do do not not see see the the impact impact of of any any of of these these additional additional lockdowns lockdowns that that air air coming coming online online from from states states and and municipalities. municipalities. Meanwhile, initial jobless claims fell slightly. Last week, The Labour Department says about 1.4 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time. Pennsylvania had nearly 2900 fewer new claims last week. New Jersey saw a decrease of nearly 6000. Now, economists say it remains to be seen if the continued spread of the pandemic will impact economic growth. Going forward. Nearly a

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4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, but Clouds Grow Over Economy

KYW 24 Hour News

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

4.8 Million Jobs Added in June, but Clouds Grow Over Economy

"Taking a victory lap after new numbers from the Labor Department show signs the economy is improving for a second straight month, the United States economy added almost five million jobs in the month of June, shattering all expectations the unemployment rate dropped to about 11% is more Americans went backto work. CBS News Business analyst Dill Schlessinger says the numbers are encouraging trend is really good. Continued improvement. One quick note, of course, and that is that this report is earlier in the month of June. We do not see the impact of any of these additional lockdowns that are coming online from states and municipalities. Meanwhile, initial jobless claims fell slightly. Last week, The Labour Department says about 1.4 million Americans filed for unemployment benefits for the first time. Pennsylvania had nearly 2900. Your new claims last week. New Jersey Sol

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U.S. economy gains 4.8 million jobs, unemployment rate falls to 11.1 percent

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:03 min | 8 months ago

U.S. economy gains 4.8 million jobs, unemployment rate falls to 11.1 percent

"The US economy added 4.8 million jobs in June, lowering the unemployment rate to 11.1% Like in May. The numbers were better than expected. As we hear from CBS News business analyst Dill Schlessinger. We thought maybe three million. That really lends credence to the fact that The labor market likely bottomed out in April. Job gains in May job gains in June Now the unemployment rate it came in at 11.1%. But once again the Labor Department is warning that because of the way that people classify themselves absent versus unemployed That unemployment rate could be a full percentage point higher. But still the trend is really good. Continued improvement. One quick note, of course, and that is that this report is earlier in the month of June. We do not see the impact of any of these additional lockdowns are coming online from states and

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"dills" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:53 min | 10 months ago

"dills" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The road from three angles family thought it would happen the principle of what happened in the constitution hi I'm pissed off and all the way it is using predictive modeling is accurate thank you thank god and president Hillary Clintons in the White House if you think these modeling means to them dot American I've been waiting all day I'm going not some being driven crazy I can't take it anymore many times in life I hear from many radical leftist we deal in facts and science you deal with police and I personally and false predictions yeah we go back to March the twelfth and I have the video on my Twitter account the words of your friend Dr Amy acted instead on March the twelfth of this year there were at least a hundred thousand Ohioans infected with the crown of ours and then according to all the most conservative modeling by the first part of may there would be eight million infected Ohioans another eight million doing the math a little less than one percent would die that would be in the range of eighty thousand dental islands yeah hundreds of thousands of those would have been hospitalized that drove a policy that crash the economy to put out of work about thirty million Americans who told small business owners to go home that said if you want to go to church on Easter Sunday morning state agents in Kentucky will write down your license plate number and the federales would come looking for you that it was so frightening and scary you better get on your bad in fact I have a lot of data haven't cemetery I called up there to tell the director start digging the plot of about that died the world's about to end Todd Dills marginal around New York City breeding farms were all about to die so I played back on my Twitter account on March twelfth using the doctor Amy acted that every six days that would double eight million are infected how did you go to the website today the number was eight million affected numbers about twenty three thousand if you take all the school children in Ohio and Kentucky between the ages of six and eighteen there's about two point five million total school children between the ages of six and eighteen hello I would conduct how many of those killed children have died echo the nineteen so far yeah zero zero so therefore we must cancel all graduation ceremonies hasn't families can't figure out what to do when you're in a family setting and the argument is a course they become germ factories which kids have never been before this the first time ever kids are germ factories and so therefore families cannot decide for ourselves whether we can act responsibly in a family setting to celebrate the attainment of many high school graduates to to leave high school and ready to take on the responsibilities of an adult and so for some reason we continue to act is different a damp pandemic which is the most placid placid in easy parking ticket kind of pandemic in American history we can't give up the ghost therefore we must wear masks we have to be real careful what we do and we have to seek permission of government Jason Williams to go to church to open a business to travel or get in public education hello said if I got a couple masks and if required to do so how to enter store whatever I will do it I went through recently to see my dentist Dr Gerrard and she had a requirement to wear a mask to private enterprises you know Cameron amassed yeah if I have to go to Kroger and I have to wear a mask they're going to Kroger I wear a mask other than that I don't want to wear a mask because it is submitting what amounts to almost a health care fraud that is crash the American economy thank you and may be potus near depression level unemployment for maybe years to come with the best of intentions by those who were wrong and I'm not saying doctor Amy actin like the wind hello I do wish they did not lie they're not liars they relied upon predictive models and almost in every circumstance is proven to be false and so about four weeks into this deal sometime around the first part of April middle of April station is that okay the hospitals are not indicted we can now tell the hospitals let's go back to status quo into this thing spikes will give you forty eight to seventy two hour notice let's back off a little bit they didn't do any of that they kept their heads down and looks like someone whose sense of pride is going to route they can't go back and say I'm sorry to keep acting now heading toward the middle of may everyone's about to die in fact this is a placid placid pandemic imagine Jason you have a contagious fatal disease in which you have it you go through it came out the other side and more than eighty percent of the time you never knew you had in the first place I'll take that one okay like a symbol it's a Q. first set of beliefs and someone has much like of one flies the Confederate flag you're thinking okay that person subscribe to set of beliefs if I see a flag that says the ACLU I see applied to talks about other left wing political issues I'm a member of the ACLU someone might say well that I naturally assume they ascribe a certain set of political beliefs and so the massively comes at symbol in a sense a trump supporter or resistance when all of this is a sign that perhaps like many Asians have done because of sars and murders and a bunch of other things that they were the mask because they believe it gives them a perception perception of safety healthy experts say if you have it it keeps you from spreading in someone else it doesn't go the other direction and mostly experts say that about forty percent of the air you breathe in anyway comes on the side the middle in the top most people don't handle it properly and the actual the fabric itself may stop as much as two percent of the contaminated virus to mentor me you're not facing those anyway so it's as simple as something else that say I complied and therefore I rely upon facts all give you some facts more than ninety nine point nine percent of the American people will be unaffected by this matter what else happens more than ninety nine point nine percent are unaffected the average age of those affected are seventy five years old with at least two underlying conditions well I could catch it you could catch it my wife could catch it I fight like a warrior poet there's no guarantees in life so you don't base a general public policy does not impact one percent of the American people and tell those that are well and not sick or more likely to get sick you have to quarantine because about zero point one percent school may be hospitalized and and the city of New York which is the belly of the beast the odds of someone between the age of sixty five and seventy five years old being hospitalized it's one point seven percent and that's in the belly of the beast yeah and so it is not something that is not a uranium two thirty five it's not anthrax is not ready so there's like a hundred percent fidelity rate let left untreated if we have public policy based upon point zero one percent of the American people were in trouble never before in American history recording came to help me normally a quarantine those at risk and those that are sick and everyone else goes back to work to support the systems pay all the bills and now I find myself being somewhat brutalized by even Republicans tell me you got to get in line they get a line for what hello I'm getting in line for his for a functioning economy many years ago before you were born in nineteen sixty five Palmer be good day something verbally about it if if the devil or Lucifer took over America what he would demand the first thing he would say is empty out the churches have make it a crime to go to Easter Sunday morning services then would say you can't practice your religion he would say make government become the god make sure everyone is dependent upon government I want to be put sixty million people out of work if you assemble your own home in a crowd you might be cited sent to jail right now what's happening in America is that the thing we feared most occurring which is to tell a tarian ism is happening before my very eyes and Republicans and Democrats are doing it with the tactics and facts that have no basis in reality yeah they keep predicting what's going to happen and it didn't happen and when I asked the officials in Columbus or Washington how come this stuff didn't happen because they tell me of social distancing and modeling the statistics from the I. D. H. M. ET which is doctor Murray's group could no account substantial compliance through may not have happened there is no overwhelmed hospital rooms there are no large numbers of people except the New York City and the reason so many people died there is very little uniquely for the tri state how about this all graduations are canceled one not one student has been affected by it and a higher Kentucky Indiana and for those of us you understand you have grandkids germ factories we know what to do which is socially apart wanted kids be kids start the little league baseball play soccer go swimming to live your life don't rely upon Dr Amy acted to tell you what you have permission to do think about that in the wilderness I'm I'm in the back room raise my hand I wait a minute so you're pretty set about two months ago there were there would be tens of thousands of dental higher once upon that policy was based upon that protection the policy was based the prediction is wrong actor of eight thousand percent time to say you know what I relied upon Dr Murray's alright Jimmy models and it didn't work I knew that three weeks and four weeks and five weeks and that were about ten weeks since step along the way and they can't restrain our rights and liberties and they told the seventeen and eighteen year old boys and girls this weekend you can not graduate from high school because there's a chance you may impact your grandparents really the side that that dynamic and there's no and these three states that have been they've been hurt by that what what are we doing to the children what are we doing the kids got to play ball chase and they got to go on soccer ghosts women live their lives and instead of doing that you have public officials eighty percent approval ratings to me that's more frightening than anything else it really pisses me off is not a very close family member who's supposed to graduate tonight from high school and state government said my family that that kid cannot graduate from high school because you may be a germ factory infecting your grandpa all had to take away his opportunity to have those experiences on an angle shot it's not the role of government is the role of family most Republicans say let's rules less regulations more local power we have governors whose states now saying no local power one size fits all others eighty counties in Ohio that would generally rule that have donated might have wanted to do the whole county of some ninety one year old and what do you say to those kids in monster Indiana in Batavia you can enjoy your high school experiences because you might down the road and three adult family through thought it would happen the principle of what happened in the constitution hi I'm pissed off and all the way they did it using predictive modeling is accurate thank you thank god the DUP president Hillary Clintons in the White House if you think these modeling means a dance dot American hi Scott Sloan here at seven hundred WLW we know you may be going through a tough time that's what we want to help pay your bills every.

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"dills" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

SWU Soul Stories

11:38 min | 10 months ago

"dills" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

"dills" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

SWU Soul Stories

10:04 min | 1 year ago

"dills" Discussed on SWU Soul Stories

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"dills" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"dills" Discussed on KTOK

"Center for the third time in six weeks democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg will visit Oklahoma he'll hold a rally in Oklahoma City on Thursday it'll be held at the brick town events center at three PM Bloomberg has opened campaign offices in Oklahoma City Tulsa and Lawton by a vote of sixteen to zero the state health education committee today passed a bill Republican Sheila Dills of Tulsa says provides more transparency and accountability of the attendance enrollment transfer an instruction practices of Oklahoma's virtual charter schools still says the schools serve a need for students but lawmakers need to make sure their policies are transparent to the public particularly in how they receive and spend taxpayer dollars for the students they serve for the second time in less than two weeks there is an incident of an O. U. professor using the racially charged and word in class you interim president Joseph Harris junior said in a statement today was a female history professor reading from a historical document he says she warns the class that the document contained offensive language but he said she could have made the point without reciting the actual word Harris says just like students faculty and staff members will be required to complete a new diversity equity and inclusion training regimen Katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team windy cold tonight the rain switching over to snow hello twenty nine.

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"dills" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

The Fundamentalists

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"dills" Discussed on The Fundamentalists

"You see, people objectified? Other people or people objectify themselves or a mix of a mix of both. And of course, you say like a lot of that isn't on healthy. Of course, you want to either. Sometimes objectify yourself on have that you you? You're free agent. Yeah. You don't give them. Yeah. I'm on your free agents who desire objectified. The other on if they won't thought objective. Objectification, then not kinda works. But the real challenges Heidi continue to desire someone. He's not dead. Right. Heidi not Heidi have sex with the dad Los easy, Heidi sex with the living. Yes. With the debt is easy. Yeah. Everyone's still. Yeah. No. I definitely. Now see now, this is what this is prime time this podcast because it's I sure I was like I was so excited about this subject because I was like hell, yeah. I want we've done so many episodes where it's me doing a therapy session, and you doing a history lesson or loss iffy lesson, and I was like hell has talked about necrophilia. I can't relate to that. In the moment. You start talking like dang it. I know what he's doing what's happening right now. And now I have to I'm like I wanted a couple episodes where it was where it was just I was completely detached more just interviewing say, I've all the necrophiliac Kandal purchase. Exactly. This can't relate to me in any way. And it can't relate to anybody that I'm like I like, Eric we go here. Rollins comes with his back on his bullshit. My favorite phrase of light. But anyway, yeah. So yeah, I think everyone can kind of it's very tough thing talk about especially as if you are on the obsessive end of things if you're dude you don't it's not fun to admit some of the primal lake things that happen on in in a mental level. It's not enjoy. And it's also I don't think the best thing ever. Like, there's certain things that I think are like it's interesting to talk about a during a podcast, but there's an element to the pretending. That's not the case. Yeah. Pretending these things aren't there that I think is also of part of it that is I like a lot of people, I think maybe wear the stuff on their sleeves or they're, you know, the the Dan Dills, airing caveman type, whatever. While and it's like, that's fun. But you see actually he's a great example his name again and Bulgarian widen. Remember Dom bills area, you probably on some level? Do not care about him. Yeah. But I did see some amazing pictures day. You mentioned him a lot of the pictures. I noticed were of exactly this like he looked like a key of mom on. It looked like he was surrounded by Barbie dolls. And it was interesting as you could see that this was kind of plane I in a very extremely like, it's these are complex issues. It's hard to kind of find a picture that sums it up yet. But, but if you were to, but if you were to find his Instagram, Dan bills air on the reason why it's so big because when you look at why is successful is it does click into something very primordial, not necessarily good dimension of what it is to be human, but I- dimension of of desire desire in the way. I learn about Dan bills Aaron was years ago back when I was married seventy five years ago. And we started found the sizing by them. All right. This is what I want this man, you know, what I want. He's a cave. We take your just the Barbie to ravage me. Yeah. He he was brought to my attention, by way of hearing second hand woman after woman, basically, my ex wife would do casting for. I forget what it was. But it was kind of casting choose like a casting director. She would interview people to see if they were right for this these shows, and she was like over and over again in the interviews woman. After woman would be like, oh, who I want my dream like Daniels area, my dream guys. Ambles like, my dream would be somebody bills who is Dan bills, airing. But I didn't hear about him from like broS Hiliary dabbles Aaron I heard about him through women being like that's what I want which is compared with him a lot on a Little Women say that about me stop as he also does a podcast with a stand up comedian..

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"dills" Discussed on Undisclosed

Undisclosed

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"dills" Discussed on Undisclosed

"It wasn't just Lindsey Dills who's entire life is changed by the drug court and not in a good way in the very tough love episode of this American life IRA glass, ultra port in what had happened to some of the other people who ended up before judge Williams drug court people like Charlie McCullough for nearly two years have been successful in the drug court. And then one day Charlie came in for his weekly mandatory drug tests, only this time for the first time he failed it. He knew the result was wrong. We asked for another test immediately. He passed it. Then he took another. He passed that one to the first test apparently had been a false positive do worker recovering the vile top in the trash, but the to drug test Charlie past weren't enough for judge Williams. She sent him to three days in jail for failing the drug test and fourteen days for Jerry question result. And she gave him a year and a half longer in drug court case being told that he'd now be spending three and a half years in the program instead of just two when was so close to finishing. He'd never missed. Eating or fail to previous drug screen. It exactly the result. That research study show is the problem with an overly punitive approach. It made him rebel. They made him. Give up the harshness of judge William sentence took him out. Oh participant. And turn them into a failure. After the very tough leather pursued first aired judge Williams attorney route to IRA glass threatened to sue for defamation. The letter was fourteen pages long and complain that the episode had been filled with maliciously reckless lies about judge Williams. It even compared IRA glass to a substance abuser. Telling him the quote the storyline of your show could have been written by an addict saturated as it was with wild flimsy allegations false, denials, delusions victims, -ation, paranoia liable..

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"dills" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"dills" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Dill you bet nice now thank you so thanks again to dale that was great we have so many more questions that we will find a time to ask them we will definitely have him back few things to tell you about here i follow up on the one soto situation according to the elias sports bureau the made up suspended game is not officially his major league debut so even though emma became day during the game said that his sixth career homer was actually his first career homer because of the tate of the game technically his first official major league that is still his pinch hit strikeout on may twentieth however soda is not the first player to have the sort of situation shown foreman looked up the previous examples turns out there have been seventeen players who have appeared in a suspended games that began before their official bigleague debut one of them barry bonds so i will linked to shawn's tweet with the full list if you're interested couple of other things we've talked about the mets lousy run support for jacob degrom well on monday they scored twelve runs in jacob degrom start he pitched great again and he actually got the win for ground we also talked about mike trout's amazing on base abilities well on monday he went two for three with two walks of though he did finally get cut stealing also wanted to note that our buddy steven brought no longer has zero career strikeouts but he is making his major league national anthem singing debut on tuesday night against the brewers as he talked to us about he was vocal performance major at redes university and now he's doing vocal performance so could look to stephen bro also we talked about the stumbled play that the gators pulled off college baseball owners and i and third the run i falls down between first and second confuses everyone in the guy on third scores or we mentioned on a previous episode that tony larussa did this i've also been informed that billy martin did this and listener andrew m writes in and he says i'm currently reading nine innings by daniel ochre and came across this passage during a digression on early ver he put his genuinely creative turn of mine.

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"dills" Discussed on First Things First

First Things First

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on First Things First

"I feel the same paul george should move on for like five seconds you were talking about my life and then we're talking about politics the wheelhouse but what you do with jim i dunno i put it by the real you can either tap it in and i put it what are you what are you like more for paul george l a or philly la assuming they get another guy not just him la or philly i just think the pool of going back home back to your home state of california is stronger on players and people realize not better basketball situation is in philadelphia i mean you magin paul george being on that team last night i don't care who boston have they can bring back gordon hayward they can bring back cedric maxwell's they bring back bunch of people it wouldn't matter with paul george because it gives them the perimeter defender at an elite level gives them another knockdown shooter and a nother ball hamlet well i think that leads us to this absolutely here we go six or season came to an end last night after losing to the celtics in game five lot of questions surrounding the process did it work are joel embiid and ben simmons enough to carry this team further next year does it need more processing here's embiid with some thoughts on the matter process said this before the process never gonna end is a positive to get to the play offs would it on another one to get to the how would how would us at a semi semifinals by the conference finals with dan dills next year stephania goal.

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"dills" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

The Howard Stern Show

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on The Howard Stern Show

"The howard stern show would it be fair to say that this was months and months in the making yeah yeah yeah we're not exaggerating here it is we call it ronnie's dill dough oh come everyone swap shop time here on this tears day as we lead off with some items from the mail bag and then we'll take your calls as they come in somebody writes here if anybody was at the chefs convention at arrowhead conference center this past march i'm looking to buy more of chef ronny munns dildo dill pickle dough for making cucumber brad in six to nine minutes i've already ran out and wants more willing to pay top dollar they say please give them a call seven nine one hand ask for peg they save so there you go again that's chef running month's deal phone number seven nine one am here comes a call hi welcomed swat shot hey doing today bad how are you i'm doing good listen do you have the phone number for that person looking to buy ronnie months dildo let's see if i can find that it's seven nine one anything else yeah actually if anybody out there has a recipe for using that dildo to make some cucumber bread please call in great hopefully somebody's got just what you're looking for today good luck daycare now grab another call hi welcome swap shop hiller today my name is pierre and i'm actually from colin area institute well hey i work with chevron emand.

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"dills" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on KQED Radio

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"dills" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Dill but he he got tbi rush limbaugh emme no then mm the the england england and then newman in them no fifty.

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"dills" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

The Ryen Russillo Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show

"That for sunday gave up the end her for your spread will update of today dealing with injury looking back hung on the jury progress about trading link jimmy garoppolo yet roof adjustable more on the uncertainty today's friday typical bilbao very enthusiastic right now we have and we got rid so many years being nfl reporter on the show pennzoil performance line what do you think which is built sitting around today regretting the fact that he traded jimmy garoppolo well if you believe the espionage a magazine report and i do uh you know i think he regretted it for moment it happened uh you know short and longterm longterm you know they gave away a guy who could be a really good quarterbacks for the next decade or so i think maybe dills thought that would be his legacy even after he were gone he would leave behind that you'd be garoppolo and the short term which is really all we're focused on right now is this what baulky in coming up and i thought i wrote this study s r dot com i thought this is can really come back to bite them because we really don't know what the full extent of brady's injury is and what if you can't finish the game would it be that effective deal with brian hoyer i mean hoyer with a disaster it has only playoff game with the uh texans a couple of years ago pay it's just to see if they lose this game they're just gonna be secondguessed to first guest for the entire offseason they will you right rich they will and then everyone will forget that they had to figure out something to do with garoppolo in the look at this one moment where he could have played were playing in the hypothetical were tom does it but the one that i can't figure out reached the one that i keep trying to sort through is to me the real insurance policy would you percent because that's the guy you had under under control that's the guy on your roster that also turned out to be pretty good quarterback i can't figure out.

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"dills" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"dills" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"dills" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

03:16 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

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"dills" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Dill bye bye and just it it you fear if you wanna move like michael jackson who like jagger i i'll know you and your dance he make him up those near addis walking a different way last time uh i love that song you in the musical puns over there i i used to dance in high school now ideal demand so when did you stop she did college no ransom am when it was time study area there you go hey it's michael hart show on superstation water one wyde i'm mark harvard i've in for michael hart and mickey bell is here toia is here and this has been fun phone lines are full they artist goes and vote all reddit thread get as many people as we can uh david is out there in line to david what's up man good morning mark in the heat area good man how you doing good will uh robert is also of love to hear him call over the years uh i'm gonna disagree on of the uh one thing uh number one i believe a lot of it is about humor but i take a whole lot of other dallas it about true and when we talk about schumer and we talk about uh you know some of the people that have done uh um you know damage to the country in in some ways uh you got i think like paul would have here in i i remember my brooks is having surgery card congressman up here is having a surgery today uh a week before the election and i'm uh uh uh showing hyunsil telling people the democrats were motivated they don't like they don't like trump they didn't like or more and uh you know in and he didn't know it uh we we're going to be able to pull it all for not i'd been call for months superstation and telling people uh you know uh that the danger of uh having a democrat uh represent our our uh state and and having another vote for schumer when the the does the razorthin anyway don't wanna get into all of that but uh you know where there is.

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"dills" Discussed on WINS 1010

WINS 1010

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"dills" Discussed on WINS 1010

"Dill yes one eight seven seven cars a red guards one eight seven seven cars been donate your car to mm hmm up is critical mm ars our our cars though may yard also accepting boats motorcycles rvs and real estate donations time for thirty four if he planned to fly emirates airlines orrick turkish airlines any time soon you won't have to deal with a laptop banned both say the ban on electron devices larger than a smartphone in cabins has been lifted after new security measures went into left at this follows abu dhabibased eddie hide airlines being exempted from that dan wins news time four thirty five last sunday marked eighty years since aviator amelia earhart erhard and navigator fred noonan disappeared during their attempt to circumnavigate the globe and a history channel's special claim that a photograph discovered in the national archives may prove a theory that has been around for decades that both survived a landing in the marshall islands have more taken prisoner by the japanese left kinney a retired government investigator told nbc news he thinks the photo genuine and what's not doctored in any way photograph which i believe clearly in the case that was captured by the japanese by just to be clear the photo does not show erhard and yuning custody it shows to people on the dock in the marshall islands after the date of the disappearance who look similar to both japanese officials say they have no documents are they are heart being a prisoner wins news time four thirty six a canadian man has been indicted on charges that he stabbed police officer at flint michigan's airport last month forty nine year old a more fatiha quebec is facing charges of committing an act of violence at an international airport and interfering with airport security no motive was get him lieutenant jeff neville has since been released from the hospital the us military says one american soldier was killed two others wounded during what officials say was an indirect fire attack in afghanistan correspondent saga ghani is in washington this afternoon were said to report the death of army private first class hanson be kirkpatrick aged nineteen sylla alaska navy captain jeff davis says the.

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