21 Burst results for "Downtick"

"downtick" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"downtick" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"The America first agenda is often conflated or sort of jumbled into what a conservative message is. Listen to what Stephen Miller, the former top Trump aide, said to Laura last night about all the candidates across the country who are winning after being endorsed by Donald Trump and embracing his populist America first agenda. The smallest share of the American electorate is the Jeb Bush electorate. People that want corporate Chamber of Commerce republicanism are the tiniest sliver of American voters. Candidates are running across the country tonight and winning on the populist Trump America first platform. Strong borders, safe communities, no woke politics, no indoctrination in our schools, men are men, women are women, law enforcement is wonderful, and we want low inflation and a strong dollar. These issues are going to carry us to victory in November if we unite as you say and I will also add to this, there are no more Democrat populace. They are all phonies. Every single one of them backs big tech corruption every single one of them backs big business open borders every single one of them backs big business woke corporatism, populism is dead in the Democrat party. If you want a populist candidate, Republicans are the only game in town. Isn't he right? Or do you disagree with Stephen Miller? Isn't he right? There's no populism on the side of Democrats. And remember, establishment Republicans view populism as a bad thing.

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"downtick" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:47 min | 6 months ago

"downtick" Discussed on WTOP

"Are not on board Our data shows a fairly steady downtick in comfort levels since amaran started dominating the headline Joanna piacenza is the head of industry intelligence at morning consult She says companies have to tread lightly One number that should really catch the eye of employers 54% of remote workers would consider quitting if their employer forced them to come back before they felt it was safe And many people say they're more productive when they're home so companies benefit Employees are making the rules here And if they're saying that they're more productive working remotely employers need to listen And they need to figure out ways to make workers want to return I really don't and businesses they have a herculean challenge of trying to generate excitement for in person work amid a new variant just to write around the corner From the Bloomberg newsroom I'm Jeff Bellinger on It's three 56 Are you single and all your friends are married Maybe you're new in town and only people you know are the people you work with Do you find yourself wanting to go out but you don't because you have no single friends and you're so over the bar scene atmosphere Then it's time you joined my social calendar My social calendar is a nationwide activities club for singles that's been around for over ten years Meet people face to face while hiking hot air ballooning going to concerts cooking classes or attending wine tastings You name it Plus there are lots of exotic trips and cruises to go on Best of all it's better than a dating service They plan about 30 events a month for single people to get out of the house and make new friends Seriously One is a last time you went out and had a blast and everyone there was single like you.

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Joe Biden Is a Liar!

The Trish Regan Show

01:32 min | 7 months ago

Joe Biden Is a Liar!

"The president of the United States is lying to the American people about inflation. Literally lying. His statement makes no sense. You know, I was actually going to take the day off from the podcast, but I saw this and I was like, no, no, no, wait a second. This is something we have to talk about. This is something I have to call him out on because you know what numbers are numbers. And you can't make them up Joe. Hello, everyone. Welcome to the Trish Regan show. I am Trish. Let me share with you. By the way, inflation miserable again. Highest rates and so June 1982, an increase in consumer prices of 7%. We're all paying more for everything right now. Absolutely everything. And he's trying to spin it. He actually wants you to believe prices are going down when they're going up. He said, today's report, which shows a meaningful reduction in headline inflation over the last month, I don't think so. It went from 6.8 to 7. That would be a two tenths of a percent increased Joe. If you ever went to math class, anyway, he said the reduction in headline inflation over last month with gas and food prices falling again wrong, food prices, they went up Joe. I'm going to go through the numbers. They demonstrate that we are making progress. We're making progress in slowing the rate of price increases. No, you're not. No, you're not. You know what we got a minor downtick in oil prices gas prices rather down 2.2% in the month of December, but you know why that was, it was because everybody stayed home because of omnikron. And now, everybody's going back out. So that's not going to

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"downtick" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"downtick" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"Escape quickbooks quicksand with net sweet by oracle. The number one financial system special financing is back. Net sweet is offering a one of a kind financing program only for those ready to switch from quickbooks to net sweet today head to net sweet dot com slash wall street. Right now. this is your tech news briefing for thursday september ninth. I'm zoe thomas for the wall street journal. a lot. more of us downloaded tick-tock during the pandemic it's highly addictive algorithm hooked us with its viral dance trends and silly pranks showing us one video at a time. It learns what we like to watch and feeds us more of that this approach helped make tick tock particularly popular with younger users but the algorithm can also lead users to increasingly extreme content on today's show a wall street journal investigation downtick talks algorithm can drive it's youngest users aged just thirteen to fifteen to videos about sex and drugs. Investigative reporter rob berry joins us to discuss a young users can fall into the cycle. And why it's difficult for those posting adult content antique talk to prevent it. That's after these. Headlines opening arguments took place yesterday in the criminal case against former theranos chief executive elizabeth homes the government alleges homes once a silicon valley darling whose blood testing startup was valued at over. Nine billion dollars lied to patients and investors about the accuracy of her company's technology she's charged with ten counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud. She's pled not guilty. The journals heather somerville was covering the trial for us. She was there as homes arrived at the courthouse flanked by family members and was met by a stampede of photographers. Once inside courts government prosecutors laid out their case for the jury. They talked to the jury about the fraud that they allege miss homes had committed deceiving investors as well as patients about the accuracy and reliability of her blood testing technology and the harm that that caused costing investors hundreds of millions of dollars in giving patients false test results about cancer and pregnancy and then ms homes attorneys got their turn and talk to the jury about a very hard working young woman who had dropped out of college and given fifteen years of her life to the quest to improve lab testing making it more affordable and less painful for patients and made the argument that silicon valley startups often fail. And this was nothing different. You can get live updates on the trial at wsj.com game stop reported sales growth of twenty six percent in the latest quarter three months after overhauling its leadership team quarterly revenue rose to nearly one point two billion dollars up from just under nine hundred fifty million a year ago but the video game retailer still reported a loss last quarter of more than sixty one million dollars dame stop is in the midst of trying to modernize its business as video game buyers shift away from traditional retail and more to downloading titles in june the company named amazon veteran matt furlong as its chief executive and shareholders voted chewy co-founder ryan cohen is chairman cemented oversight and control. He'd been gaining during the months. When meam stock investors sent the company share price soaring and australia's top court ruled that media companies. That post articles on facebook are liable for comments on those posts. The high quarterback australia determined that newspapers and television stations should be considered publishers of comments because posting content on facebook facilitates and encourages comments from users. And therefore they should be responsible for any defamatory content in their comment sections media companies involved in the case including news corp australia. A subsidiary of newscorp which owns the publisher of the wall street journal criticized the ruling which could prompt traditional publishers to rethink. How they engage with social media. All right coming up sex drugs and viral dance videos. A wall street journal investigation found tick talks. Algorithm can direct minors to inappropriate content along with harmless trans. We'll explain how it happens after the break. But i know about courage i learned for my adoptive mom. She said. Sometimes you just gotta hold on and no. We'll get through this. We are so high up my hand. You hold my hand here. We go.

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"downtick" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

03:31 min | 1 year ago

"downtick" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Feature hyphen where economic ad keyword arguments to class definitions. Have you had class. Fhu open rockets. Inheriting baugh coma and then he can start adding. Keep your dog. To the class to customize its creation and kind of like a new layer of magic. That's been added to hyphen recently and use the extensively. But i don't see many of the libraries accidentally not so well known but yeah kind of spread People can use it to nice. Yeah that sounds awesome. I certainly see how like trying to create a classes like the band classroom. Whatever you say that it's going to be definitely. Is that so one of the things that you say is awesome about. Piccolo is the batteries included. So let's talk about some of the the batteries. So yeah so the main battery by the man. Because when i started i was working for a design agency and admins are incredibly important for design agencies. Because you wanna put something in front of a customer. They look comfortable using so. This is a huge part of the effort. That's going to pick low. And so this is a. It's just a project called pillow adleman. And what happens is it's it's an ascii out so i can go more detailed asked me later on but all you do. Is you give a list of piccolo tables and then uses high downtick supplied antics civilization library and they basically creates pie dante model from the particular table. And then dante dante models this really useful method where Jason scheme for the pedantic mobile right because it by ten classes. No this field is an and this one is an optional daytime and so on so piccola has really good pedantic but as in assist the repo copello api and then that creates the muddle ills. Hustle piccolo crowed. So you give a table and it creates and number ascii up which is all the credit operations via database. You can programmatic grammatically create huge. Api just by giving it a few tables and then the front end is written of you. Jay is completely decoupled. The can just by api and he's trying to reach aspect. It's it's very natural python developers who used to template syntax and john doe and flocks if you look at the few templates This looks very familiar to nice. Yeah i think it's super close chameleon attribute driven heavier as well. Yeah yeah but then like to make a working out man required so much work because he wants to go the security side so pick lower. Apr has a bunch of release will ask him. Middleware and sessional fence protection and rate limiting as well. Because you don't want people to the look into just to get a fairly simple admin is in is like iceberg to their appropriate so yeah law of efforts into the nba. I'm i'm really proud of it and this is really excites me. More about the future because out support for post joyous stuff about able to create really interesting which it's around data so hawkeye design rectangle field for books. Join so low. Canfield could see some really cool stuff that are sort of template extensions you know like. Let's just big jinja for example like if you had one of these objects you could pass it over and it new for example. Here's a daytime. You could just say. Make a calendar picker. You're at it. Just you know you have the javascript included instead of just putting the tax it gives you like a nice little agency which or these. This list goes on matt up in the map which and off it goes. Yeah so basically pick up. Miniatures issues turns pedantic models into you. I and it's actually quite actually quite interesting Uplift to get it to the point. Where for business op you just use pick up and you don't even have to build you y. Just say here. My tables and then Well the truth is so often. Like there's a lotta these little internal apps that people build that are just like forms over data. I just need to see the details. Click on one edited one until one and like. That's the by need for this table. You bill that right. The show is a little it..

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"downtick" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"downtick" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"And who wants to complain with him? All of those things kind of rolled up into one wide receiver. Hey, we took a shot. It didnt work moving on right? And it becomes more about the player himself. So there might be a little bit about Odell, which there already was coming out of the Giants. So you know it's on him to try to figure out where that next destination is to work. But you saw what's Defense Keys offense here, two running backs who are both adept at catching the ball out of the backfield and a great offensive line and look how it worked. Doesn't mean you're necessarily better without O'Dell, but had a hell of a run this year. There's no question about it. So come calling. Put him in motion. He's become not a luxury, but someone that you thought we needed him to get to the next level. And you didn't. So now you can take this situation which Is going to be difficult again next year, and you can take that money and you can fix some other positions you need to fix. You could still bring another wide receiver if you want to. That fits in with with the system a little bit more, because clearly the Browns eat a little bit of offense if you want to keep getting Baker Mayfield help, But the main thing is that the bucks if Brady is going to keep going on, and he needs the weapons All right. We have seen that he is not a guy as good as he is right, Winning the seven Super Bowl. Hey, you saw the quarterback He was a year ago with the Patriots when there was nobody to throw, too, And it was boy. Brady might be at the end. Look how bad things are because the Patriots wanted to kick him out of town. We're not going to go get weapons for you. We're not gonna do this anymore. We want to start over. We're moving on. If Brady is going to keep going, he's got to have elite weapons. All right, There's no way you can have a downtick in weapons around Brady. And the Tampa Bay Buccaneers can still win the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is not getting better. He's staving off father time as slow as he can. By now, he's slowing the descent and that if you're going to do that, you still have to make sure you have two good running backs. You can't look at this year and go well for net and Jones. Well, you know, for that was a luxury. Know you still need to good running backs. Well, we if we lose one guy, wide receiver we still have we have We lose a B. We still have God. When we gonna Scotty Miller can take a step up. No, you gotta go replace that. As you saw the season you had when he has elite weapons. Brady still functions pretty well, and they figured things out after the buy, and they did the things that Brady was good at. They nearly gave it away in the second half against the Packers in the NFC championship game, but they were able to write their ship and have a good enough game offensively to win. The Super Bowl wasn't a great game wasn't over The top game wasn't look at that. But you know, you have scored 31 points. You can't have those elite. You gotta have those elite weapons. You got to be able to if you if you if you don't. You're just saying okay, Brady can rescue and he's not gonna rescue you next year. I mean, it's just It's weird to expect him to say that when you think all Brady's this great quarterback no, we he was still great this year because he had great players around him. He didn't suddenly get more healthy from 40 to what he's wanting more healthy and 43 that he wasn't 42. So that's something that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers they have to do. If they're gonna do it, They almost have to go out and get Odo. I'd love to see it right potential for career reclamation for him and the continued success of Brady. I know some continue to be derisive of his career, guys, they go back and actually watch the games from New England a year ago. And tell me how much was all right. I'm just throwing the ball into the dirt, or I'm throwing it away to live to see another down instead of putting into harm's way. Like most quarterbacks do, you don't have receivers. The offensive line played poorly, and the defense wasn't always up to tax. They had a good first half, and then they broke down. So it Z one of those, I think Folks sold him short. But to your point, yes, going forward as he ages, having a great cast around always a win. Twitter at how about a fresco Mike at swollen dome? The Jason Smith, Sir, with my Carmen live from the farmers Insurance Studios called farmers today for a quote right.

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"downtick" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"downtick" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"It'll be forever known as the prince valiant show there you go And then all the many thousands of you who listen to this on the podcast feed later. Hello all of you as well read. Tell the folks where they can find you out there on the internet as place. Find me on. Twitter at rendez oriented toward gay axiom. Only downtick buckner football. But if you don't yet that's not true but if you don't You're gonna put that up. They're not going to address it But if you don't wanna put your view out there on the twitter verse and make maybe too hot site in my hands. I'll put brookner's football with you too and anything else you'd like to talk about in mind. Em's buchner football with me on twitter at index underscored I'm just. I was gonna see how long you would just keep going. If you guys want to get in touch with me find me at brenton. Live across all the social media as please come. Follow me over there. A lot of the buxton's have started following me personally. Which is great and fun up. Please come do that. Because i'm going to jump off the peter casts twitter here for several weeks but not right now and if you wanna get in touch with the show you can still find me and ran. Actually at the future cast on twitter. Facebook and instagram. You can email us to the peter. Cast djamil dot com. I like it g vegas. He says we're undefeated next year. And join us guys. Make sure you join us on friday night. Running i'll be going live will be. It'll be our final bucket not our final book in the new. Show it basically. It'd be our final bucket new show of the twenty twenty regular season and we'll be previewing net premium. We'll be taking a look at the game but will look at all the news and stuff. How looking how bad. The falcons are going to lose and injury report. Yeah right right well. We'll be taking a look at all that kind of stuff and make sure you guys join us. After the game on sunday for the podcast live will be taking your phone calls your video chats and all that fun stuff. The original fan driven post game call in show is back this week. I that's the plan if i'm not it's because i'm in tampa at the game and that's not a plane right now so anyway. You expect that to change or are they just gonna call you work. Mike asked me if we go. And i looked to tickets and i was like no. I'm not super cheap. Tickets got super cheap like he. He really would like to go to another game this year. Right if if people were just trying to offload tickets. Like i'm i might snack some but Just because he asked but outside of that no. I'm not planning on anyway. You're which is my love worth son. Well right there. Look at a stub. We'll watch watch all right guys. We're getting out of here. We'll talk to you guys later until next time. Guys go bucks..

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"downtick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"downtick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Claims about 30,000 that that's of concern. We had a downtick in personal income. On Wall Street. Meanwhile, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down 173 points today. The NASDAQ closed up 57 points. You're listening to NPR news. Witnesses WN my seat in New York. I'm Shawn Carlson. Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance will try once again to bring Paul Manafort to trial after two courts determined the former Trump campaign chairman could not be charged under New York law. Logan. Marcie's million merits has more. In October, the appellate division of the New York state Supreme Court upheld judge's dismissal of a grand jury indictment against Manafort, who had been charged with residential mortgage fraud and falsifying business records connected with a SoHo apartment he owned under state law, the defendant can't be tried a second time on the same or substantially similar charges. Manafort already faced federal charges connected with that apartment and was convicted. Vance will now appeal to the state's highest court. President. Trump has suggested he might pardon Manafort, but the president can't grant clemency for conviction under state law. More specifics on reopening the city's public schools should come next week. Mayor De Blasio says he's working on a plan and he needs families to sign those Corona virus. Test consent forms will be required for all students who want to return in person. Every child will have to have a consent form on file because testing will be more frequently right now, the norm in the schools has been once a month. That's going to increase. We're gonna work out the exact amount, but that's going to increase. School's most likely will reopen in phases, starting with students with special needs and district 75, followed by three K and pre K than elementary school on up. Tonight. We're likely to see rain, but probably starting way later on. We'll have a low tonight of about 52 degrees. The temperature will rise tomorrow about 60 tuned by the afternoon. The rain's gonna last through much of the day. Thunderstorms are possible as well. You're listening to W when my C It's 906. Support for NPR comes from American Jewish World Service supporting human rights advocates worldwide as they respond to covert 19 and defend democracies Learn more of a J. W s dot org Okay, So if 2020 has taught us nothing is that people can truly be horrible. Right? And some folks no drive to the middle of an urban wood and abandoned their own pet there to perish. Yeah. But I have a friend Trina, who makes it her business to find these dogs. Sometimes it takes weeks. Patients special trash before she's able to finally put a collar on some amazing hated, tripling mongrel. Man. Then she's gonna find this dog a home.

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"downtick" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Giving up one guy. What you're saying Yeah Yeah but who would you rather have just? On face value who would you rather have Lindt lindor clever the way they're pitching right now I would rather have lance, Lynn because he's One of the in baseball you but I rather have clever because he's he's been almost as good as Lance Lynn and he's locked up for longer. Here's a thing. Next year's the year. They gotTA win next year. Godwin. Clever or Lance Lynn helped you equally yes. For you also now have Lance Lynn plus potentially a top prospect that maybe maybe they go after Lance Lynn for for just Debbie Garcia in the off season or something like that buddy who knows I test versus Nerd test I WanNa talk about Garrett Cole seven, weird season. He hasn't been dominant to flat out has not been dominant. The dominant Pitcher we saw for two seasons in Houston It's not like a spin rate issue. Remember you were worried that. Maybe he comes to the Yankees and where did this fastball Spin Reiko member you're worried about that is just worried about him being the same pitcher really you know whatever? However the NERDS A. Tell me. What's what's going on? For nerds for spin rate, he ranks where did I put it in here thousand. How the nerds want to spin it he he ranks in the ninety second percentile for for Fast Boston rights. That's good. Good. His era is three point nine one, his fifth is four point eight three. So, not great and expected fifth of three point seven. So he's pitching a little better than a stats might show. Here's the thing that's really concerning twelve home runs allowed two point three, five home runs per nine innings. He's allowed at least one home run and all eight of his starts. Twelve of the thirty nine hits he's allowed have been home runs. Way To. Homerun off of his fastball seven home runs allowed. So this fastball, which was the best fastball and baseball last year. This year, he's allowing a five, twenty, four slugging percentage five, seventy, five expected slugging percentage and a four, thirty four. Four thirty four, three, forty, three, low, dyslexic, three, forty, three weighted on base average. So it's fastballs getting hit might be miss spots might be the slight downtick in velocity although I don't think that's a huge issue because more miss location but also hitters are hunting his fastball. They're swing at his fastball more often especially early in counts in they're hitting it..

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"downtick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"A news radio time 10 02 firefighters from the Denver Metro area gearing up and heading out to help fight the wildfires. Connor, Christian with South Metro Fire says one of their crews began deployment to the Pine Gulch fire a week ago. They took their first shower last night, so that just goes to show you they have. They have been going all week long. There's been working on structure protection as well as putting out spot fires around those structures. Christian, says Cruz heir not retreating to incident command posts at night because of the pandemic. A pine Gold's fire north of Grand Junction is the state's largest now at about 76,000 acres, some businesses in Glenwood Springs or seeing an unsurprising downtick, courtesy of the Grizzly Creek fire that's closed I 70 through Glenwood Canyon. Louis works at the Glenwood Hot Springs pool. Normally our weekend they're pretty busy. And this weekend. There's not much of anything and it's because people are having a hard time getting here, she says. They're getting smoke from fires both East and west of town. The Grizzly Creek fire has now grown to 26,000 acres. Denver police investigating after a man and woman were shot near first in Colorado Boulevard this morning. The pair arrived at the hospital by private vehicle. Police have not made any arrests. Parks and Wildlife Rangers have put down a bear after it bit a man in Lark spur. The man was treated at the hospital for a bite on the hand. Officials say the bear had lost its natural fear of being around people and may have been fed by people. They say the bear had left a home but had also returned and may have developed habits. That associate people with food. The Bear's body will be tested for Rabies and in sports. The Rockies have cooled off last night's loss to Texas, their fifth in the last six games, will have the final game of the Texas serious Siri's today with coverage from Coors Field at noon. Next update at 10. 30. David Kay Okay, away news Radio 8 50 AM and 94 1 FM. But we have some problems in 25 down South. First of all, we had a crash earlier I 25 North bound approaching Greenland road that has been cleared. Travers is getting back to normal. We have a new crash South Baron I 25 approaching, were.

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The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

The Importance of Looking Upstream with Dan Heath

"Have, you ever gotten those spots where you start treating your business, your leadership, your team, maybe even your family and quite frankly your entire life like a game of mole, like you hit this one thing and you think you're good, and then another thing pops up and then another thing boss up. Then you have to hit two things at once and then you need five hands because you have to five things at once they keep coming up and you're going frantic and you're going crazy and you just can't get to all of it. Have you ever been there? Whenever you engage in that version of life. That's a lot like whack a mole. You start to realize that you're focusing only on symptoms and you never actually get to the source from the Ramsey network. This is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves, their teams and their profits. I'm your host. Alex Jed. Today, we get to talk with Dan Heath WHO's an author and researcher who has spent over a decade working on this exact. Exact topic, not just how you as a leader solve problems, but how do you prevent them from ever occurring? How do you not just attack the symptom, but get down to the source to the root cause. Now, he calls this upstream thinking and it's the title of his new book upstream and this whole idea that can transform your priorities, your leadership, and your team would all originated with a parable about you having a picnic by the river? So you and a friend are having a picnic beside a river. You've laid out your picnic blanket. You're just preparing to sit down and eat when you hear a shout behind you from the direction of the river and you look back and there's a child and the river. Kinda thrashing around apparently drowning and. Instinctively jump in both of you and you fish the child out you bring them to shore and Just. When you're adrenaline starting to recede a little bit, you hear a second. Shout, you look back and it's another child also apparently drowning. So you go. You rescue them, bring them to shore, and no sooner. Have you done now that you hear to shouts now it's two kids in the river, and so you're in, you're out, you're rescuing kids and you're starting to get exhausted. And about that time your friend swims to shore and starts walking away as though to leave you alone and you say, Hey, where you going I can't do this by myself. All these kids they need rescuing, and your friend says I'm going upstream to tackle the guy who's thrown all these kids in the river, and that in a nutshell is what this book is about. It's about this phenomenon. What's so often life whether it's our personal life or a businesses we get trapped in the cycle of reaction, we're putting out fires responding to emergencies. We're always. Always downstream dealing with problems after they happen, but we rarely make the space. We rarely devote the time and attention that we would need to go upstream and forestalled head off these problems before they ever happen, and that's what I'm chasing with this. I'd love to know what was the genesis of this thought being a book for you. Where did that come from? As something that you said man I want to spend a ton of time studying researching and writing about that. The first time I started a file called upstream was in two thousand nine. And two things that happened was I heard that parable for the first time. Then it was the first time. This notion of upstream thinking was planted in my head, and the other is around the time. I heard that parable I had this conversation with the assistant deputy chief of police in Canadian city, and he told me this story of this thought experiment really stuck with me ever since and he said, imagine you've got to police officers and one of them goes down in the morning during the morning rush. And she positions herself in this intersection. That's kind of notorious. It's chaotic. Accidents there, and just by being a visible presence in that intersection, she calms people down. She gets them to be more cautious and she prevents accidents from happening. So that's officer one. and. Then officer to go to a different part of downtown where there is prohibited right turn signal, and she hides around the corner and when people cheat and and make that prohibited right turn. She jumps out and slaps them with the ticket. And this deputy chief said, which of these two officers do you think did more for the public good and for public safety and he said? Indisputably was the first right. She probably prevented some accidents maybe even prevented someone from being killed. But if you ask who is going to be praised who's going to be rewarded, who's going to be promoted, it's officer to because she comes back with a stack of tickets that show what she's accomplished, and meanwhile, if you think about officer one, how does she prove? She did anything. You know how do you prove that something did not happen. And we might say, well, you can look at data and that's certainly true I mean. We could keep a log of how many accidents happen at this intersection before and after the officer was stationed there, and if there's a downtick claimed credit for that. But notice even in that scenario where we have the data backing up our work, we still don't know. Know who exactly was helped? There was some guy headed downtown to go to his job that morning and he noticed the presence of the officer. He slowed down a little bit. He was fine in an alternate reality where she wasn't there. He would have been in a crash in died that morning. He'll never know that that's right. Officer will never know who? Who she helped. So there's this kind of maddening ambiguity about upstream work that even though it's essential, even though it can stop problems before they happen. It also brings a lot of ambiguity and complexity, and in that idea coupled with that parable Kinda. Got Me hooked and I've been fascinated by ever since

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"downtick" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on KPCC

"Downtick You're talking a 1,000,000,000 plus tickets, and I know how much I usually spend for a movie ticket. We're talking about a lot of money in any way you cut it. You know, Jason when we look at the Spanish flu of 1918 the flu epidemic I mean, that had an impact on the film industry as well, didn't it? Absolutely well, you had Los Angeles went through a serious of shutdowns. Production was primarily focused in New York and Los Angeles at the time exhibition took. The biggest hit is John was alluding to you in 1918. Most of the theaters. Actually, all of the theaters in the country were mom and pop shops. These were one theater one screen, maybe to screen theaters that were run by by small owners and much like we're seeing now in this pandemic. Small business takes an inordinate amount of damage. We're looking at all the restaurants that are closing. All the small businesses are closing. Thes mom and pop shops didn't have the ability to weather the storm in In that instance, Adolph Zukor, tortured court of sort of taking the lead went through and began consolidating the theater's He was. He bought up all of these theaters from these struggling mom and pops and created the Sort of the foundation for the modern, vertically integrated studio system and In doing so, he had now cut forward 100 years when in 1949 when the Supreme Court decision led to the paramount decrees, which, among other things, forced the studios to divest themselves of their theatres. When those theaters rolled out. They were now consolidated chains of theaters. And now today, 100 years later, these theater chains have access to things that the mom and pop shops never had. They have access to debt instruments and And things like that. That allow them to take a six month or even a 12 month shut down Now, I don't know Am sees balance sheet, but I do know that there are other theater chains. Cinemark, for instance. That have a really low debt ratio in a great cash position and are probably going to come out as strong as they went into it in a lot of ways. But ultimately I believe deeply in the theatrical experience, and I think that it is something that will always exist as it's as the overall share of Entertainment dollars. It may decrease over time and the trends that John was was talking about our very true and challenging, But I do believe that what we're going to see is an adjustment in the type of content. I think we've already seen it. And like with everything in this pandemic, certain trends are being accelerated. So there are types of movies that you watch on your streaming service, and they're As good, if not a better experience than seeing in the theater. We heard from Chris Johnson, who owns classic cinemas and Illinois that they had to shut down all of their theaters after attempting to create covert 19 friendly guidelines. He dropped us an E mail, he says. We need new movies help from Congress and to get the word out. That movie going is a low risk activity. Compare this to airlines that C 100% full for long duration with almost no social distancing. Going out with family, friends and loved ones will always be a coveted activity. We just need to bridge the gap to normalcy. So that's from Chris, who owns classic cinemas in Illinois. We also got this message from Roger, who emailed, I think to your point. John, I do not think theatrical releases air going bust forever. The feature drama I produced coming up for air was in the midst of a successful theatrical release at cinemas. Although these events have been postponed by the pandemic, we're still screening at festivals at home and abroad, where the film has won for best picture. Awards, So we're going to continue this conversation in a moment, and I want to get your thoughts about this tweet from Hoenig top of mind for me, Why not go back to the drive in theater? They were amazing, and it's sad that they went away. I'm sure people would flock to the movies again if they could sit in their own cars, So we're going to talk about that. And still to come. How a new role called a covert 19. Compliance officer could help keep film sets transmission free. We're speaking with John Horn, the host of the Podcast Hollywood, the sequel.

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Ace Your Next Interview with Jeff H Sipe, International Career Coach

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06:14 min | 2 years ago

Ace Your Next Interview with Jeff H Sipe, International Career Coach

"Just to get started. My burning question is how do you even I wanna get inside recruiters head right now just like with all the layoffs that has happened so many Americans are out of job and the space is more competitive than ever but the jobs are pretty scarce. So if you can just talk from your perspective just your observation about the whole situation be great to start off and I think this is just kind of more high level for life right. We have to look at this situation and see the opportunity in all and so I think as people are out there and feeling scared and having all those emotions with what's going on. How do you flip it? How do you flip the coin? You flip the script and make positive for you because you'RE GONNA get up every morning and you're going to have a plan and you're going to go and really try and follow through with some really strong actions that are going to make you have success. And that's the opportunity that a lot of people have and so I always try and take any situation and look at the positive. And that's what I'd I'd love to do for the audience. Today is really talk about some of the positive steps they can take off of for for. I mean maybe I should a phrase it this way but usually there's opportunity in crisis you know what I'm saying literally so do you. I mean what about for you because you know your coach and you try to empower other people to help them with their search like. Have you personally been experiencing more outreach and are you writing more pieces to help other people out like how has affected you? It's a great question. And Ironically if. I wasn't aware of the circumstances going on on in the world. Nothing has really changed for me. My business has stayed very consistent so I haven't seen an uptick. I haven't seen a downtick. I do believe that there is a potential downtick coming because some of the big tech companies have kind of acknowledged including soon dr at Google that they're going to slow down or stop hiring zone just kind of waiting to hear that and see that you mentioned a great point about how I sharing and I think I need to. Maybe do more of that. Maybe a little bit more on the writing side of things to really help people out you know. I did release one video on Youtube to just kinda take a slightly different approach to covid nineteen and and how people can look at the job search and one of the things. I'm always trying to do is just talk about some of the things that other people aren't talking about you know making sure we're giving people good to get through this 'cause it it is a tough time for sure and speaking of tough times like how do you. I'm just imagining myself. As like maybe someone who's recently been laid off and I'm like okay. I need to start building a network and my instinct is to like okay like maybe setup some informational through some emails to people. But like how do you even want to? Is your advice in like phrasing that outrage of dislike. Hey I get that. This is like uncertain and challenging time because like we obviously need to acknowledge it and I think this is a time where it feels weird to you. Know kind be opportunistic even though because it is a pandemic that's affecting a lot of people's lives right like so. How do you kind of elegantly approach intro You know just so like people are like hey like you because you never know who's had space that person is at right maybe there personally affected or maybe they just don't have time for right now. So how do you approach Networking and this time? And what would your opening email be? Yes so I think it's it's a great great question. It's kind of like there's a two tiered answer to this. First we start with the warm people right. The people you know you stone with that warm network and I know that that's going to be different for every person but you reach out to the people who you think truly will help you. And of course that's not a unique strategy so let's flip to the second strategy real quick which is a give. I model so clean's I got a highlight that real quick before you go further Jeff. 'cause I like the way you said that man. Can you say that again for us? Give a first model. You're saying. That's what I emphasized. The people men nothing in the world is freeman constantly. You're not gonNA constantly get it. You know what I'm saying. You gotta give for you to have something in return. You know what I mean. But yes course. So on linked in Lincoln is GONNA be your number one networking tool in. Hey it's a bad tool right. The you is terrible but it's but it's a monopoly in it's the thing we have to use and so what I find is really successful on linked in. Is this give I so? I always advise that people do something really simplistic and that simplistic piece of advice is create a plan for how many to people you're going to reach out to on a daily basis so let's say it's five people. Let's say it's ten people and let's call them product managers so you have ten product managers your new target a few companies you target a few specific people and you say sue came across. Your profile profile looks awesome on just wanted to share this really cool article on a new trend that's happening in product management. Hope you connect with me on link debt. And that's that's all you do and you do that ten times a day for people in your target audience people you WanNa connect with and you repeat that over and over and over again and it works and I know this strategy works because I used it when I was laid off at the end of two thousand nine and this was the exact strategy that used to get a job in two thousand

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"downtick" Discussed on Newscast - Africa

Newscast - Africa

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on Newscast - Africa

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"downtick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Central noise so this is going to pin wheeling across the area as we head through the day today social future cast is gonna be a snowy day out there by seven o'clock snow from Marion County north and westward a steady snow over spreading all centrally at my noontime in the back into the snow should move on through sometime early this evening partially cleared out later tonight so far totals going to stick with it along I seventy corridor about live say two to three inches here in Marion County and a little bit heavy amounts of north and maybe the answer is no downtick Ross the southern part of the state stay with us here in a few minutes we're kind of time out of the snow brassy we can warm up in next week maybe some heavy rain coming our way lots going on well the eighty hour coming up in just a few minutes with all the important all important traffic report thank you Randy let's take a look at our drive into work this morning hi seventy close to the airport and mention where we are seeing us some reports of some snow take it easy roadways again are going to be down for the most part this morning here downtown Indianapolis and in areas north north west of us could potentially see some light snow sticking to some of those services so just kind of take it easy here this morning for your morning drive don't have any new accidents or any new delays here so for the most part everybody that's out about seems to be moving in a really good pace especially if you're coming in from the southwest side but northern portions we have our weather road index on right now in this white usually indicates that we have some type of snow either falling are already starting to accumulate on some of the grassy surfaces are some of the roadways there's just kind of keep an eye out and take it easy there especially if you live north west of the city here this morning closer to Levin and otherwise southwest side right now looks okay inbound lanes of I. seventy near the I. four sixty five interchange not seeing many heck ups here that's on the north side I for sixty five near meridian also looks to be okay for the most part northside drive time sixty five from signs of light sound endeared a seventy minute drive thirty one from Carmel to downtown quick twenty five minute morning commute man sixty nine from Fischer's wife for sixty five a quick five minute chat dari seventy thank you it is five thirty four let's jump start your morning with the top stories here on daybreak beginning with the weather alert state and local officials are getting ready for the snow Randy is tracking in Indianapolis the department of public works says its drivers are staff to treat roads until tomorrow morning if needed eleven community leaders sat front and center in our studio last night during a wish TV's.

History shows that Big Tech antitrust suits would be a sell signal, Goldman economists warn

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01:50 min | 3 years ago

History shows that Big Tech antitrust suits would be a sell signal, Goldman economists warn

"With all the talk of DOJ and FTC investigations against alphabet Amazon, Apple and Facebook, one financial firm warning of hits to shares in those companies should things not go their way, there and says, Goldman Sachs looking back to a few big anti-trust cases and noting. Downtick in associated stocks historically, the P says the industry-leading companies targeted by antitrust enforcement have experienced lower share valuations, as a result, sometimes for decades, according to Goldman Sachs, examples listed. Microsoft stock fell off a cliff when the Justice department pursued an antitrust case against it in nineteen ninety eight that traded at a discount to other tech companies shares for years afterward, according to the report and only recovered after formal oversight of the company was lifted in twenty eleven in nineteen eighty four AT and T was. Up into eight smaller baby companies Barron says each of those traded at a discount to the parent for a year afterward before finding their own levels, as individual companies, even when regulators lose stocks can to IBM's valuation fell after the Justice department filed an antitrust lawsuit against it in nineteen sixty nine even though that suit was dropped the stock's valuation was suppressed according to the peace will history, repeat itself. If cases are brought the firm seems to think, so quoting Goldman's analysts while the impact of regulation on today's stocks will be case dependent similarities among historical outcome suggested investors should reduce exposure to any stock that becomes subject to antitrust lawsuit.

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"downtick" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"All the way from Hampton into the Marquette twenty Brown deer to downtick. But all the things I that if I had done that other people in this market have gotten away with that would have ended my career prior to this. I. This is one of those if I ever wrote a book, which I'm too lazy to do that would be one of the chapters in here it, which I started explaining, some of the unbelievably indefensible things that have been done by other people who work in the media, and Milwaukee that I me what do I do nothing? I do nothing mostly because I'm just a Dullard. I got nothing going on. I do nothing. Can you imagine if I like had a hot sports? Car and drove around nineteen year old female female in terms of the station. Imagine this goes back years that I could just imagine if I did that though. Yeah. All that you just imagine this, imagine if I get any of that stuff. Oh, well social media. Well, if you think that there would be now of vote. Oh, yeah. There probably won't be social media has become a whistle blower. And the reason they don't deal me for anything out of this, because I actually disgracefully dough it's just pathetic though. I, I, I am. But you, you, you think I've dull. Paul. Do you think I've dull not of the air by life is dull? Yeah. Well, because which is exactly how I wanted. I grew up in the FOX valley. How much excitement you think a guy like beacon handle? Well, then this has got to be kidding in Milwaukee do it in the show. I live down, Donna go to the bucks games, I go to the brewer games I go to the racetrack. This is for me. This is like it's not like it's not like one of these kids. It's raised with all these impulses come flat out of right and left. This is like a big deal for me. I mean, it was either this going to work in the paper, Bill. I mean. Truth for twenty two news talk seven thirty w I this is ninety seven point one wash..

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"downtick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Morning nine twenty five. A look at Wall Street this morning before the opening bell. It's been a struggle in the pre market hours. Dow futures have been down significantly WBZ financial editor Dave Caruso is here as always pretty good day yesterday though, Dave the trenches really been pretty consistent. You know, we kind of run up or we go down all day. But, you know, by the time it's all said and done. We ended up, okay and have done. Okay. Despite all the China trade fallout yesterday, major averages are up about one percent. So we'll take that in today's biggest news is really about the FOMC minutes as they're coming out. You know, markets are taking a very close eye at this and, you know, they want to see what the fed is feelings are on interest rates and lower inflation trade, and you know, kind of an ok economy. But I don't see it indications of interest rate increases there's a seventy percent chance that they won't. So the odds are nothing's going to happen. They're also Wall Street Journal front page talked about a federal judge saying that Qualcomm use it competitive cellphone ship power to tussle with apple after they've had this legal debate for quite a while. So we'll see what happens. They of course, Qualcomm looks for an appeal and also a bit of a limp real estate market recently existing home sales. They actually fell despite the fact that mortgage rates are still. Falling as well. All right. Dave so stocks so far little bit off the beat this morning. What are you watching the last couple of days? It's been a lot about retailers yesterday. We had some concerns again, about the China impact on goods, it hurt retailers like Kohl's JC Penney Nordstrom Home Depot even apple obviously under some pressure as well. But I looked this morning. We're having the same woes target did beat this morning, though. Lows seemed to be amiss and they cut their forecast. And VA Corp also had okay profits down a little bit. And we're even hearing about WalMart being concerned about the China trade. So in looking at that, we're going to worry about it, but people are looking for safety right now, and it seems like their comfort food is utility stocks up at record highs. So looking at futures right now, looks like we're going to be in a downtick doubt doubt about ninety s and p five hundred twelve NASDAQ down fifty so let's, we can turn this around a little bit, and keep that train going. Dave caruso? Thank you, as always. It's nine twenty seven.

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"downtick" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

12:08 min | 3 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

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"downtick" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Running back some fantasy football. What you have to worry about is his health that healthy and active part. Yes. The healthy part because he's missed when he was a healthy inactive. That's that's not good. You don't want to be. Scratch. But Melvin Gordon has just been unbelievable. But he hasn't been able to play sixteen eat hasn't been able to stay healthy. And so you had a is this is this a problem with him is he not able to, you know, take that kind of low that he's been given. Or is it just look everybody gets injured from time to time. This is when Melvin Gordon's got injured we bring it up all the time. Frank gore had the biggest injury label early in his career imaginable. And then he went and played seven thousand slaves straight without injury. It's one thing to consider the injuries. Enormous. It's another thing to ask the question of whether Los Angeles the coaching staff, if they consider them anomalous because if they're not then they need to spell him. They need to give them more rest. He doesn't. He can't be the same workload guy. Right. The first six weeks twenty three twenty seven fifteen twenty seven twenty thirty. Four heaps a beef all doubt. But then he went down. And so that's the question that I have the only question I have now I think Los Angeles has another peak season in them with Philip rivers Keenan Allen, Mike Williams. Melvin gordon. A great defense a good old line. I think you're gonna see a little repeat next year. That's my projection for this team. So the truth about Gordon put him out there. I want Gordon he he was number two running back when I made my initial rankings because I don't think people realize how dominant he was when he was in there. So recency biased by the injuries and the lull at the very end of the season that they don't realize Mike you had him this season spirits, the difference that he made over you know, you were given trade offers of like Joe mixon and other good running backs. That is just sounds really good. But then you look at what an advantage. He gave you for the first part of the season until the the weird. Inactive over in the London game. And then you saw a little bit of a downtick, but he was a Todd Gurley level advantage for your fantasy football team. What will be interesting for Melvin Gordon over this off season. Do they extend him? That's what I want to see is are the chargers committed to Melvin Gordon. I'm one of those racks, I try to make him taller. Need to stretch more. That's your problem. He's he's in his fifth year option. It do they extend him or do. They are they going to take that hardline Levy on bell approach that says we've worn you out. And we we don't think you're going to be as valuable in those next to the running back. Do not become a running back in the NFL. I I'm not going to now Zola. The only reason I I only pondering believe it or not number eight is the name you probably didn't expect. But James white was the number eight running back and half raise her reception leagues. This is the James white who in week one of the of the NFL playoffs just put up a fifteen reception game because out of nowhere, James. Why becomes the center of the offense from time to time week five has no recessions game film of the patriots in the playoffs. They're going to throw the ball to James white. We'll just look at what he did against Kansas City. Oh what a day. It was such a day. It was a game. Well, the the snow ish conditions. Oh, yeah. The lightest not snow but snowing. I mean it vary throughout the game. Look when he was on the field. He did some things. Yeah. Listen, James, white sixteen games. It's very rare that a player would finish number eight with ninety four rushing attempts at the running back position. But that's what James did because he had eighty seven receptions, seven hundred fifty one receiving yards and more than that a total of twelve touchdown says through the air five on the ground. That's the really surprising part. And while they while he is used in a great way by Bella check by Brady in the passing game. I don't think you can Bank on this. Because if you look at the truth of win his numbers came it..

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"downtick" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

09:39 min | 3 years ago

"downtick" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Show on news ninety six point five WDBO. Welcome to the second hour of the program. I m Dana lash rely on Twitter on Facebook and Nancy Pelosi was just for the second time voted house speaker as the new congress is sworn in and very this been there. They're off their off out of the blocks and running apparently Democrats are going to even introduced an impeachment measure on the first day. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. They have introduced an impeachment measure Representative Brad Sherman as it was originally reported plan to introduce articles of impeachment against Trump today. Very first day of democrat control of the house. So this is whether or not I don't know doing it back in July two thousand seventeen but it didn't go anywhere. We'll see what happens at this particular point. But it is going to be a very very interesting year. Plus because it seems like Democrats are going into Washington not. They don't have any other mandate except but Trump. That's it. But Trump that's all that's that's all really they have. I wouldn't look for anything to come out of the house. I wouldn't look for them to actually tackle serious issues and tried to solve problems. This is going to be then figuring out how they can somehow through the power of the president because they want power themselves. So this is going to be an I told you twenty twenty and all of that is going to start right after Christmas break, and it has it. It very much has. And how much certain Republicans make that easier for them remains to be seen. This is it just it just simply remains to be seen. What while we have this? She got what two hundred twenty votes ever there. She's being congratulated and all of that stuff right now, they have put forward well Pelosi. She wants a spending plan that actually increases spending for things like promoting abortion overseas with the United Nations populations fund. They wanna give five million dollars to that later on here. In fact, at are coming up in this hour, I'm gonna tell you all of the weird wasteful spending. That's been going on that we could actually cut to fund the border wall. But I have to point this up. Have you seen the photos from of the parks and the overflowing trash cans have you seen those photos all over the internet. It's about the government shutdown, for instance, there was one guy Nick swell. Doc. Who was on his bike? And he was in DC he was in the National Mall, and he said the national park can empty trash cans next to the Washington Monument, and he took a picture of two trash receptacles overflowing. Not only do they have trash sticking up out of the top. But there are piles piles piles of trash around the trash can Steve has said he's in DC that he has even seen it himself. The over flowing trash cans. So because of the government shutdown people can't figure out how disposing flipping trash works. The apparently the government is their mother, and they can't figure out. Well, this trash can is full. Maybe I will throw it on the ground right next to the trash can honestly, I look at this photos, and it just looks like the aftermath of her progressive rally. It looks like what happens after the women's March was in the National Mall. It looks like what happens after the protests against the inauguration. I mean, that's what it looks. Like it looks like it's just and it looks like it's just the after progressive rally. Okay. All they have to they want to avert the shutdown. Do what voters wanted? I take care of border security. I would love to see by the way Democrats who've waffled so much on border security. I would love to see what their proposals are now. Because have you noticed that they haven't had anything to say about it? They've been entirely eerily silent about border security. They've had nothing to say about it at all. Nothing. Very interesting. Indeed. But I keep seeing this photos everywhere. How the how like why the hell are you throwing trash at an already full trash? Can why the hell are you doing this stop it? You see it all sitting there on the ground. And then everyone's like, oh my gosh. Look at this. Put wanting to put a sawhorse in front of the trash can. So now that we have as we said, and we came back in Nancy Pelosi is officially now the house speaker she's going to have the gavel gosh, we're back there. Again, the Ariza poll that I see some media hype one poll showing that voters are going to blame they're going to blame Trump more than Democrats for the government shutdown. Mark my words here if Trump compromises and caves to Democrats on the border wall, he will not get a second term. I promise you it won't happen. That will essentially be read my lips. No, new taxes two point. Oh. If he caves on the border wall, he will not get a second term that was one of his top campaign promises. He went all over the country on it. I think that there are a lot of people. Remember, a lot of the people that voted for him aren't newly minted Republicans. They were disenfranchised and disillusioned Democrats. And they're also concerned about immigration. They're concerned about jobs, and trade and manufacturing. And this was a huge issue with them. The media Democrats are counting on the media to shift the blame to Trump for this. Now, of course, we wouldn't be in this position in the first place if we hadn't had some rat bastard Republicans in the house of representatives who refused to do anything the two years that we actually held power. I mean, I to me. That's that's pretty dang infuriating. To be honest with you. It's quite infuriating. Yet Republicans that had power in the house power in the Senate, and we held the White House, and they weren't able to get borders to oh, I understand. It's about the votes etcetera etcetera. You know, what I hear that all the damn time though. This is one of the things that I had said during the back during the election in two thousand sixteen I'm told by Republicans all day long. Oh, well, you know, you have to have this. You have to have the house. You have to have the you after the White House to get this done. And then the goalpost move. Oh, well, you have to have this many in the house, and this many in the Senate, they weren't able to get it done, and they could have gotten it done because they had enough votes and enough support in the house of representatives to do it. And they didn't do it. And really ultimately a lot of it is because there were some not all, but there were some Republicans in there who still had red. But cheeks because they were upset that Trump won the presidential election. And they didn't do anything to help the silicate any sort of success. I'll be real with you. That's what some of it was I so now as a result of that we have Democrats who were running the house. They ain't gonna be a damn thing. That's going to get out of this house is going to go to the Senate. They're going to focus on. Gun control and Metron. That's all they're gonna do. That's all they're gonna do. And so all if they want to they want to stop this shutdown. All they have to do is just agree to common sense border security spending. That's all it is it's common sense border security, and it's a shame that they want to they want to play political connect four with peoples federal employees paychecks etcetera. But Trump better hold the line on this. Because it will affect twenty twenty it'll affect twenty twenty and it's gonna affect downtick races as well. And the media like I said Democrats are expecting the media to to have their backs on this. They want the media to to help them with this and defend them with it. And and to have their back to help to basically do their dirty work for them. But at some point this is going to go on so long that everyone's going to get people voters are gonna get aggravated with everybody. And then they're going to really start focusing on Schumer and Pelosi. And that's where he needs to. He needs to hang tough. He's got to hold the line on this. Coming up all of the ridiculous weird and completely unnecessary wasteful government spending here. Here's some suggestions. On what we could cut that would actually help to fund the wall. We'll get into all of that. In the meantime, the purple heart foundation is a great organization, and that has been helping our veterans when they return home, not just with emotional and psychological challenges, but veterans returned home to mountains of paperwork and a lot of red tape associated with receiving benefits there through the VA. And with this the purple heart foundation with its volunteer veteran staff that are known as national service officers. 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