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Fleury makes 29 saves, Wild beat Blues 5-1, take series lead
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"ec" Discussed on The Emma Guns Show
"Week. So 5 workouts to rest days. That's what I'm going to aim for. Those are my non negotiables. I consider, do you see what I'm doing? I'm making my rest day an active thing. So I'm ticking off as exercise because it's just as important. My third is to get outside and walk for at least 30 minutes. Now, as part of the EC method, if anyone else is doing or if anyone listened to previous shows where I've talked about it, one of the non negotiables there is to do 10,000 steps a day. I think I was on 12 and a half thousand. And prior to that, I probably was doing quite active workouts and then probably probably making about three to 5000 steps a day. And that just the biggest change and the biggest benefit I think was just making sure that I was active. And having that check in and getting up and out of my seat and going for a walk, whether it's two 30 minute walks or two 20 minute walks and then making sure that I'm getting up and walking around a bit, that has made such a difference, I think, to lots of things, including my sleep. I think the fact that I don't get to sedentary during the day actually means that when I do finally go to bed, I sleep well. So getting out outside and walking is really important. My fourth is that I want to read for 30 minutes or more a day. That is something that I really struggled to put into my day because it feels so indulgent. And to sit down and read, even though it's a doing thing, it feels like a resting thing. And so I can't focus because I think, oh, maybe I should clean that or maybe I should do the other. So reading for 30 minutes or more is something I really want to implement because again, a bit like drinking water, it's something I'm good at for a short amount of time and then it unravels. My 5th is that I want to wind down and this is to really help my sleep, but also so that I have a bit of a separation between my work life and my non work life. And I think having a wind down before bed is so important and it also helps encourage a good sleep and it really encourages the waking up well, I think. So this is not having tech on for an hour before bed, not watching TV before bed, although sometimes there's gonna be something there can be something to be said for falling asleep to a nice program, but anyway. I'm going to make sure that I have that wind down, I've just actively thinking, oh, okay, it's whatever time, I'm going to start turning things off. I also turn the lights off and have very, very dim lighting for about half an hour before bed because if I've got bright lights on, I just can't sleep. So things like that for me. I'm just telling you what works for me. I'm sure a lot of it won't apply to you, but I'm just giving you an idea of what I'm implementing to try and make the most of May and make the most of this habit. And my final thing because there are 6 on my list is to message two Friends a day to say hi. So that's going to be 14 friends throughout the week, just to say hi. And actually, just before I started recording this, I thought, arch, I'm going to do that today. And I within 5 minutes had a voicemail back, a voice note back from one of my friends saying, oh my gosh, I was thinking about you ten minutes ago. Let's meet up. That's why I'm doing it. It's just to have that connection with my friends. We didn't have it for such a long time. In lockdown and to have the ability to catch up and say, let's see each other is so wonderful. So those to give you a clue is what I'm going to have as my daily non negotiables and I'm going to try and tick those off every day throughout May. And that's it. And what I've discovered is that sticking to those things when I was doing the EC method sticking to your non negotiables has a huge impact on the other goals you set yourself and your to do list and any other commitment that you may make. And if I do these, I feel as though I've accomplished a lot a lot and then taking on anything else actually feels really doable. It's like I said on one of the previous habits. If you want something done, ask a busy person to do it. And I do think the same is true if you have a non negotiable checklist that you work through throughout the day. If they're done, anything else on top actually isn't a burden. It's something that you feel really well equipped emotionally and physically and mentally to take on. So your first task, my Friends, my most excellent listeners, should you wish to take part is to figure out 5 non negotiables. Those things that you know would make your life better. And here's a tip. There are probably a lot of things that you put on the back burner because you don't have the time or because it feels indulgent or there's a reason that you've put in place that perhaps isn't as reasonable as you think. Put those things on the list. Allow them time but cap it. So reading, one of the things that stops me reading is because I think reading should be something that you do for hours. You get lost in a book. I have this romantic notion of curling up under a blanket on the sofa and reading a book. But the truth is, if I do that, I'm going to fall asleep. So if I cap it at 30 minutes and I know that among other tasks are just waiting for me and nothing's pressing, I'm going to get it done. So have a think about that, put those things on the list, allow them a time, but make sure there's a time limit, make sure you lip it, limit, make sure you cap it..
"ec" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"About the basics of vantage and some cost management elements. I'd like to start the conversation by talking about some macro trends in AWS usage. Starting with specific cost management errors or areas of waste, where are the biggest places where you see waste in AWS deployments? Yeah, for sure. So I would say this kind of ranges depending on the specific customer and what's going on, but typically what we see is what when people use some defaults provided by AWS and may not understand all the options they have available to them. This is an area where they can run into an issue. So let me give you a few different examples. So by default, the majority of customers will use on demand EC2 and if you aren't familiar with on demand or spot or reserved or savings plans, essentially the thing that you may not know at the end of the day is that if you can commit to some specific usage, you can yield some fairly significant savings on EC2. And what this looks like is essentially you just have to know the certain amount of instance hours or if we want to take a super basic example. Let's say you have a single EC2 instance, you know it's going to be on for the full month and let's say you think it's going to be on for the full year. You can do an upfront commitment where there's actually no prepayment and save between 20 to 30% or sometimes more at the minimum commitment level on EC2. And so those tend to be the largest areas where we can find savings or lack of optimization, but the same kind of thing applies to a variety of AWS products. So AWS offers the same committed usage model for RDS in the form of reserved instances with EBS volumes you may be using the wrong volume type and with a slew of other products S three is another common case where every single file that's uploaded typically by default is done with standard storage. However, there's a variety of options that you can change or tweak that can yield savings. So I would say just to distill this down the first thing that we tend to see is unoptimized as compute that's usually the largest area of the bill in terms of what comprises the bill from a customer perspective. But then services two, three, and four, things like EBS, S three, RDS, those are other areas where there's kind of these micro optimizations that you can make as well. And when the average customer sees a glut in spending on those raw EC2 instances, do they typically need to make some drastic change, like totally re architect their application or is there some kind of just configuration change in EC2 that they can make? Yeah, great question. So there's actually, we see this is two different things that the user can do. So the first thing is they're financial engineering implications where they don't actually have to change anything related to their infrastructure to yield some of these savings and the two examples of this are AWS savings plans, which is essentially AWS's modern answer to committed use discounts. There's another option that's reserved instances, which has greater mindshare out there in concept. It's the same thing as AWS savings plans, but gives less flexibility. But these two things are things that you don't actually have to make any infrastructure changes on. You don't have to change anything about your architecture and you can yield significant savings. So this is usually low hanging fruits that we recommend customers take a look at. In terms of a second swath of things that you can do from an optimization perspective, there are things that do require changes on the customers infrastructure to be able to yield some of these savings. So for example, with S three storage types, if all of your files that are in an S three bucket are defaulted to standard storage, but for example, you want to move that from one storage class to another, or AWS offers a service called S three intelligent where you can have AWS monitor and shift these files from one storage class to another. They do require changes, typically configuration changes or one time migration changes. And then beyond that there's likely other larger architectural things, customers can do to really move the needle on cost savings or cost optimization. Can you go a little bit deeper into how a customer typically responds after seeing gluts in expenses when it comes to compute or storage? Yeah, I can. The thing that we typically see in the value prop that advantage provides is really first and foremost visibility of costs. So typically the user flow from the vantage perspective is a customer will sign up, they'll get integrated with vantage. These days vantage will automatically provision a number of for lack of a better word business intelligence dashboards that give you visibility into your infrastructure both by AWS service as well as resources and even understanding where my costs are coming from. The optimization part of things is kind of twofold, vantage has a devoted section on the console that's called a cost recommendations, and this is our automated way of always profiling your infrastructure and surfacing and recommending things that you can do specific to your infrastructure. So an example is, we'll take a look at all of the EC2 instance hours that are running and very specifically recommend to you what AWS savings plan you should buy. Another example is if you're using the wrong storage type in a specific area, will surface that to you. But then there's a number of things that people get value out of just in terms of diving deeper into, hey, we had an infrastructure change go out. Let's see how that impacted things from a cost perspective and they'll go into vantage and see what the impact is both in terms of costs going up in cost going down. And then there's kind of the story that we see pretty regularly these days that we refer to as cost of bugging where at least at the time that we're recording this podcast vantage is the only provider that's able to give per resource specific drill downs into category and subcategory costs. And I'll give a really clear example, which is let's say you have a giant RDS instance that you need to take a look day by day of the costs that are coming from provisioned iops versus storage snapshots versus the requests that are coming in or the underlying box that you're paying for, typically what we see the value that people get from a vantages. They'll see their costs go up and dive into one of these resources and see specifically what caused that cost to go up. So hey, did we accidentally misconfigure something and it's getting a lot more requests or do we provision too much in the way of provisioned iops or things along those lines? And so in terms of the original question that you had, it's kind of twofold. There's the visibility that people can get and analyze things from where they're at from a cost perspective and optimization is not always top of mind, which may seem counterintuitive. They just want to make sure things are trending generally in the right direction. And then when you do have these occasional check ins on optimization, you have the automated recommendations from vantage to at least have a head start on where to go from there..
EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated
"European Commission president Ursula von delay and has urged E. U. citizens to get vaccinated and he's promoting the use of booster shots as Europe is at the heart of the new coded nineteen infection way I'm delaying the says nations need to convince more people to get the shots given a quarter you adults are still not fully vaccinated vaccination against covered nineteen save thousands of lives in the European Union but a new wave is hitting us and we need to step up axing nation further the European Commission president also makes clear the importance of taking up the offer of a booster shot says give us an even higher level of protection than the original vaccination they will prevent many hospitalizations and death than the lane reminds citizens you should get the booster shot six months after the original vaccination I'm Charles the last month
Walker, Knicks hang on, deal Bulls first loss 104-103
"Julius Randle just missed a triple double as the Knicks held off the bulls one oh four one oh three the next lead one oh four ninety one with three minutes left but the bulls scored the next twelve points and had a chance to win but the martyr Rosen's last second shot was way off Randall finished with thirteen points sixteen rebounds and nine assists for the bulls EC living had twenty five points with Nikola vucevic adding twenty two into Rosen had twenty and with the final result both teams records are now Ford one David Shuster Chicago
College Football Bets: Week 1
"On. Espn dot com chuck section. I've given them out daily wager. But you know we'll rip through a few here i want to start with. Ecu this numbers come down a little bit. They play thursday night against appalachian state and look. I think he's us live dog. Jay vermont talked about it as well. They have a bunch of veterans including senior quarterback and app. State's been a little shaky as well. And they have a new quarterback and chase. Bryce you might remember him. He played a key. Clemson then transferred to duke ten and a half a lot of points for team that always seems to pull games out of the hat and have crazy place at the end. I like myself getting double digits plus ten right now but still i would out jumping on on ec as long as you get double digits and maybe a little sprinkle on the money line. That could be some fun The came by actually liked the most Kinda scared about it and it's umass and everybody who listen to pod on a somewhat regular basis knows. I'm kind of the betting bully as humans. A frequent guest. Your calls me. I like to bet on bet against bad teams. Just just do it right. Like orioles season win total under. I've certainly bet against umass in the past but thirty eight is just way too many points. And i'll tell you why won't bell and umass went out and got a bunch of transfers. Their quarterback is a six foot five inch from from colorado like the university of and or colorado university of boulder. And they have two running backs that transferred in one from rutgers. So a team that was like. Fcs not too long ago or fcs quality has some real players and you only have to get thirty eight now pits good. But they're at tennessee. The following week nerd uzis not a guy who's going to run up the score. He's old school. Fourth quarter they'll bring in the is a little bit and on top of that. Probably the best handy angle. I have is the offense coordinator for pit is a guy named mark whipple. He's coached umass twice head coach. Also the most recent time was just a few years ago. This is not situation where he wants to embarrass his former program. Umass is a special place in his heart. Whipple's going to call off the dogs as well. So i just think if you can get about two touchdowns even if it's garbage time i think plus thirty eight is the play in. That game is crazy. As it sounds another game. I like is essentially a coin. Flip game and it syracuse minus one. And a half. you might remember. I've talked about it with jay motto. The over three in the win total. They're going to split time at quarterback. Babies made that announcement. I don't love it. I would prefer. Tommy devito to be the entire time but dual threat with michigan state. Sorry mississippi state transfer garrett schrader. They're just better at a lot of positions that ohio but most importantly syracuse addressed. Their offense align issues. There was a pathetic. Offense couldn't even average average about two hundred fifty yards per game. Not passing just total yards per game. The veto would be injured. A lot spent a lot of time on his back. If they're okay on the offensive line this is just a syracuse team. That's just better. No more frank. Solich at ohio. Bob cats will rotate. Quarterbacks curtis rourke. Who's obviously the brother of nathan rourke the former stud bob cats quarterback and then armani rogers transfer from unlv. Ohio's very good. They looked good last year against the too bad teams really bad teams in the mac akron bowling green. But i think use gets there which is better talent especially with vito healthy and maybe we hope and improved offensive line. Fourth play i want to talk about
Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson
"You were saying. You're hardly ever pooped in a diaper. So people listening are like wilbon. Where did they poop in the toilet or with breastfed baby. I let mine poop in the sink better for my back and it just rinse down and it's my sink but you know in the toilet There are these little top hat potties. Also start. I brought those to market a couple years ago because they stopped making them in singapore but in third world countries. You'll come across these top half hotties that you hold between your legs and They go in that. So yeah instead of using the diaper as a toilet use the toilet as a toilet from whenever you hear about e. c. and ec. Elimination communications. Basically you start any time between here. Eighteen months and it's based on their inborn instinct. They don't like their mammals. We are all mammals. And no ma'am all likes to soil. They're den or their caregiver or themselves so when they're crying and crying and you're like oh i've tried everything i've tried the breasts of trade to shush and the five s.'s. The whole harvey carb thing. Nothing is working. My baby is still crying. Then you look in their debris and you're like oh you and poop. You just wanted to be changed. It's actually not what was happening if you rewind a little bit. They're crying so you would take the thing off. Take the diaper off so that they could go hygienically. And if you think about it we wouldn't have lasted this long as a human species if we weren't born with those instincts to be clean and dry and so babies are constantly communicating to their parents. Hey i need this or any of that and with you see is just a matter of figuring out what that is for your baby and yeah it doesn't. There's no i'm too late. And there's no oh i have to do this. Full on every single line poop ec as an exposure technique so literally whenever you find out about it before eighteen months is all good and then yeah you totally do get to start wrapping it up at eleven months or even if you kind of have asked started or whatever and then you're like okay. I'm going to get serious now. She's walking This is a great time. Because in montessori school of thought this is the sensitive period twelve to eighteen months where this is their developmental task so they actually really want control over this during that period. So we always. I always recommend wrapping it up starting at walking and then yet by the time eighteen months comes around like if you remove the diapers early enough. It's so much easier and babies rise to the occasion. They're like oh and they've been watching you. They've been watching you and you're going bathroom and they're like i want to do that and i'm walking and i can and it like it's so straightforward of their instincts
ChiSox Rally for 6-4 Win Over Indians After Getting Kimbrel
"Your one Moncada homered among his three hits the white Sox beat the Indians six four to take a nine game lead in the AL central Chicago scratched out two runs in the eighth is Tim Anderson delivered a tiebreaking single and Jose a braille was hit in the head by a pitch with the bases loaded both benches and bullpens emptied briefly but no punches were thrown in the reigning AL MVP stayed in the game prime male ray has had three RBIs on three hits for the Indians including a solo Homer Jose Ruiz worked out of an eighth inning jam to get the win James karenge EC was a loser I'm Dave Ferrie
"ec" Discussed on American Scandal
"Its december nineteen ninety-five and sharon walk in sits behind her desk and stretches. She's about to walk out to tell the young accounting associates that he can head home when he staggers through the doorway cradling stack documents as if it's a severed limb. He's in shock. Walk ins asked what happened. The associated overseas the interest rate books on the trading desk. He hedges the interest rate risk. So that ec trading position stays well balanced between losses and gains usually. The cash flow doesn't vary from day to day but today's different today. They're seventy million dollars missing from his rate book. Walk ins isn't ready to panic. She picks up the phone and calls the head of accounting her about the missing seventy million dollars. They count and tells walk ins not to worry sounding like an affable customer service rep and ron is doing just a little fine tuning and correcting of its books. The company made more money during the fiscal year than it actually needed. So it decided to move seventy million into next year's earnings book for now in early nineteen ninety-six the money will simply flow back into the young accountants. Records walk ins. Thanks the head of accounting for the explanation hangs up somewhat wilder and she explained to the young man what she was just. He's relieved watkins's disturbed. What the head of accounting just explained to her is earnings manipulation not really illegal but frowned upon and hidden from investors but enron didn't get to be where it is by being like the rest of the business world walk ins has to remind herself.
"ec" Discussed on 1075 KZL
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"ec" Discussed on Worst Year Ever
"They don't actually believe these things are really problems and they. They're certainly not better in investing any money into fixing these things Because the method it will get a lot of money is taxing wealthy people which they don't they don't wanna do But one one thing. I would add to your point about the conversation. I do think it is really good. Ineffective actually that it has shifted a bit to include other things was there was pushback originally of like that visit infrastructure. This isn't infrastructure. But my fourth conversation making people talk about and explain what that means. I think has convinced a lot of people. yeah i in a similar way and ec movement on that. Yeah the i think. The the windows shifted a bit there and Like ciller regard every day This conversation still still going on But with something like defend the police. That's something that everyone Not everyone but maybe we're like no. It's too confusing. It's not we want to do. It doesn't make sense in this and this we should do reform the police. And then you have to explain. Well here's actually the like the phrase reform the police decades-old where where's that gotten us. It's always used to increase funding. That's what it is. That's why it's so. It's so broad and vague on purpose so that it could mean anything and there's still so much pushback it's very vocal but now it's not like we'll do reform and then we'll actually reform very vague on purpose then like okay well then do like a re Re put the put funds elsewhere. Like they'll they'll try to come up with the phrase that is more pointedly about reducing the funds of the police and putting them in other services which is not where the conversation ever really was right. And so i guess just keep going is my point because now people who were against the idea of defunding police are now starts to force to have like a conversation like okay..
Native Americans Being Left out of US Coronavirus Data
"The number of american indian alaskan native people who have died during the coronavirus pandemic may never be known. A group of native journalists found that health privacy laws and breakdowns in local state federal and tribal data reporting systems contributed as christine treatment reports. This concerns tribal health advocates. Who say the lack of data impacts resources for tribal communities reporters with the indigenous investigative collective made multiple public records requests for death records in an effort to find a reliable fatality count. Those requests were rejected citing privacy. The collective has found data problems exist. Nationwide as of june second the center for disease control and prevention estimates that more than sixty five hundred american indians and alaskan natives have died from covid nineteen the highest rate of any ethnic group in the us. That estimate likely falls far short of the actual death toll. The urban indian health institute in seattle washington is one of twelve nationally recognized tribal epidemiology center's director abigail echo hawk. Now we're showing as highly some of the highest Death rate is a gross undercount. That undercount leaves researchers and epidemiologists completely in the dark when creating practices and policies to deal with future pandemics tracking indigenous covid. Nineteen patients accurately would involve the entire health system including the indian health service tribal facilities urban indian health programs private clinics and other non ihs facilities elizabeth fowler. Ihs director says they're not tracking covid nineteen deaths because they want to avoid under reporting you relied and use a reported by ec that lack of good information can make things difficult for tribal nations. Caroline angus horne buckle with the national indian health. Board says nations need real time accurate data to protect their citizens. We're not capturing of impact and we are not capturing all of the death for american indians and alaska natives the truth. Pitcher is actually worse than what the data tells by
Delta Flight Diverted After Unruly Passenger Tries to Breach Cockpit
"Flight earlier on Friday so an unruly passenger be tackled, tied up and dragged through the aisle. Delta Airlines flight 3 86 was heading from late in Nashville when Delta and officials confirm a passenger tried to breach the cockpit in this audio from live at EC dot net. Pilots report in that the passenger has been restrained. He is restrained, found over three We're told crew members and passengers restrained the man and that he did not make it into the cockpit. The plane diverted to Albuquerque, where the man was arrested by the FBI. Alec
Environmental Consultant Stacey Isaac Berahzer Is All About Water
"My name is stacey isaac raza. I run a stall environmental. Consulting firm called ibm environmental. We only like released added in september two thousand and two but it's been a funding so far i got into the field of voice against the movie was in my undergraduate degree where i had an internship during the semester and ended up doing what follows the stuff i did. Different things that boost. But or woulda i ended up on everything from yeah into of indexing different streams or what bodies within the us different shopping segments into of the solid With anything different refinements ec had put a designated saddam will not and so that's probably rare relieve loyal insufficiently symptoms. And you also have an interesting background. You're from trinidad. And most people probably don't know much about tim's of its water issues to my kind of giving us a bit of an overview of the water situation there absolutely. I didn't grow up. Include noninvasive tobacco. Which is an island. Republican the caribbean to in small islands in the tropics through a good bit of rainfall but in terms of the island environment awards the russia's off the land pretty quickly storing capturing and storing it for human is is enforced sunday challenge also the high volumes of reform that we have signed in an island environment trindad coupled with developments and develop lines construction on even navas mountain range the the non arranging and of course issues flooding on the last couple of decades
ECB to Speed Up Bond Purchases
"Eyes are on the european central bank this morning as worries over rising bond yields remain a concern for investors no changes to rates or the amount of bond purchases are anticipated. Though policymakers will decide whether rising borrowing costs or a threat to the panic stricken economy. While the ec- be has current quota to purchase one hundred trillion euros through next march purchase volumes have decreased over the past two
Dissecting Man United Luke Shaw's Strange Post-Match Interview
"Nothing to talk about that came of course in the job between chelsea united unsurprisingly the media picked up shell. Strange postmatch interview polluting. That was luke. Shaw coming out and saying the. He heard the referee towel harry. Maguire the couldn't give the penalties the penalty because it recalls too much controversy. Power mcguire has come out and said show misheard anyway. My saying all of this leads up to social saying well. The referee didn't give the game gave the penalty because everyone hates manchester united now. The referee admits it couldn't give it because it would cause too much of a fuss and the also admitted that the chelsea website behind everything bad. That's happening man just united at the moment. Because it's then who said. Keep an eye on harry. Maguire and this man united lot because they might give away a penalty dawn. How do we dissect all of this while. I mean where you wanna stop. I would say look bang out of voter. The players and the referee sites which should be strictly confidential in referee sites plaza and players of communication referees. On the pitch not shouldn't get anywhere near in my opinion into an interview after the game. They've got to keep quiet. No good for the game whatsoever. But then you go into all ec enough to the gunman hayes. Massively deflected away from yet. Another poor performance against help six. The only goal scored. Monday united was in russian against tottenham when they lost six waterproof not being quite dire so i think as a clutch and massively done. We'll talk about this running against the the big six minute. But i just want to go back to something that i think we've ever actually discussed on this show steven considering we discussed everything like an unwritten rule. Basically what referees and players say to each other than shouldn't be exposed to the media heard that before knob sister ray thing to do i don't i don't think we'll see is not a referee alive. He's going to tell to a player. And say i didn't give a decision because it could be controversial. I mean that is just ridiculous. Listen i've been. I've been playing and coaching for thirty years. And football and referees matan good ones average ones a lot of incompetent ones. But i'll tell you what they're all honest and they'll make decisions the time they don't go around looking at websites and thank could be a keep me on penalty decision that i'm not going to get because that's what all the time i mean. Just don't don't kid yourself as absolute nonsense and look shaw. You watch the video lou. Shaw as even in the camera. He's behind the referee. The goal at the back of his head to show shawl thanks he had then is beyond me and thankfully highly mcguire chemo and said as much which leads us to the next point which is so bringing this up because surely he should've rectify things on made sure everything was one hundred percent right before he then goes and and spill to the fire by bringing again in the post match interview. All right. let's say for sake of argument. That indeed only gonna so. Scar is checking now. The websites of all the teams in the premier league and how they're influencing the referees. And what that may do against medicine. Let's let's just assume that that's this is what he's doing as far as preparing his team or his own preparation for the game. Why would you come on and say that in public. Will you tell the world that you care about the chelsea website. And what their material is. How does that make you look asa manager. How desperate insecure paranoid does that make you look that. You are concerned about whatever's going on in chelsea website who's running the chelsea website. And what do you care about that. This is honestly of all the things that you can bring up with managers. This is the one that i'm just kinda like. Why do you care. This have to do anything. We whatever's going on on the field and that's your responsibility. What goes on on the field. You can control but this the lusa website is a problem. That's another issue to stevie show has obviously told all that straight after the game yet. You know unless. I can assure you you don't listen to what please tell you. After again. the runner genders thought. So what happened in the game and and the majority of them don't really know again and won. T believe that things and that's exactly what shows done. He wants to believe that should ref said so. He's decided so then he goes and tells these manager after the game. And that's why only staying on the on the interview because all these not saying unless luke shaw has actually told them so shows the one that's all i don't necessarily think the all is because he genuinely tame believed what shows told them but there should be a lesson
"ec" Discussed on Anything But Idle
"Family sharing in the apple ecosystem agosto person who have to kits whites and a bunch of devices. I'm so grateful for this. We can push your family. Shared his working and in some of the apps is working great. And so. I'm really really grateful that this fisheries there an and he's going to do make lifer ec for people who have oldest and they make it right. Were not every application. Need to apply to this I think they make it right when they allow the developer to decide if If it's fair for them or not to do it. And i respect each developer. That decision. But i have a radio applications. That has come with the loved vacation saying. Now you have this available to you and you can start using mat. I definitely agree that Too bad. I'm the only major technique in my family so most of the subscriptions that i have are just for me and me only But i do agree that i think this is going to be beneficial for some folks out there and i look forward to seeing up what comes out of this not just from the perspective of the apps now being able to make more decisions but as you mentioned earlier ray the idea of there being a win behind the win it not being about. Oh now you can have an entire family locked into a platform into an idea. It is now. Apple is saying we're going to give a little bit more Ability for the developer to make decisions instead of saying. No you have to do it. This way I think as long as they continue to do that. They're going to continue to escape. Pass some of these antitrust issues that are popping up because at the end of the day they can go but the developer has a choice. We're giving the developer options. We're giving them more and more options every single year. It's on the developer. It's not necessarily on us as the platform yet. I think they could make a strong argument that there's less consumer harm i suppose and an in greater marketplace innovation because of that right if you give the developer more tools in their toolkit to be able to make those choices are going example of that was when my daughter was born. If i wanted to subscribe for all the baby health tracking stuff. I could but at the time you know two ago if my wife wanted to as well we had to pay double so like now you can have these collaborative events around like nato neo natal care and all those things just super excited for what technology will advance because of this person off kids. That's you know. My youngest now is getting to the point that he wants to play the same thing so it used to be accepted at you by the game by the game again and by the game again. Now it's a family games. It's awesome and they're all kinds of use cases for this. I see the fitness trainer. Who wants to be able to help their client With with that kind of circumstance. I see a coaches and consultants. Who are helping in other regards being able to share those kinds of things only gym memberships out there. You go especially now in which gym memberships are slowly evaporating. I think. I think that this is a great time to launch something like this now. Virtual virtual fitness programs. All those kinds of things really..
E.U. Reaches Deal on Major Budget and Stimulus Package
"Union leaders, then in terms of what they have been doing at the EU summit. They approved a $2.2 trillion budget. This is the Polish Prime minister. Matteo is more of a hockey We fight for our rights. We fight for clarity. We fight for certainty or flaw. And we fight. For the treaty so that they are not circumvented by the secondary loft. So there was that trillion dollar budget and stimulus package approved, ending the dispute with Hungary and Poland. So the British prime minister there Mater mottos model Dickie Scuse me losing my voice this fight and for a bit, But let's struggle on men. Shall we on bring you the latest in terms off the EC be stepping up its campaign to shield the single market. From a possible double dip recession at a new stimulus but saying that it may not deploy all its firepower. Christine Lagarde, speaking yesterday if favorable financing conditions can be maintained with acid purchase flows that Do not exhaust the envelope over the net purchase horizon of the Pep The envelope need not be used in full. So
Amazon Makes Mac Commitment, Opening Door to Apple Developers
"Aws announced at its reinvent conference support for the mac mini to its clout the two mac. Instances are now generally available and mainly for developers who want cloud based build and testing environments for their mac and iowa's apps the hardware doesn't support the m one mac minis yet only intel's i seven machines with six physical and twelve logical cores and thirty two gigs of memory. But the ws team tells techcrunch that emlyn support will happen within the first half of two thousand twenty one aws also announced aws train. Its next gen. Custom chip the trains machine learning models. Aws says the train eum has higher performance than any of its competitors in the cloud with support for tensor flow pie torch and mx net available as ec. Two instances and inside amazon's machine learning platform sage maker
China closing the "cyber gap" with USA
"Work. This is a write up of research that came out of Harvard's Belfer Center looking really at which countries have their cyber together right and the you know the old understanding that the US is number one and then China is a distant second well, not so distant anymore by the looks of things. Yeah. Always the eater pulling together information about what the capabilities, all of nation actors. Are is pretty difficult thing because it's Sarah kind of secret and they went through the research into this process of identifying you know what are the metrics by which we can judge maturity of these programs in individual countries how effective that capability, what kind of things they do any and built a bunch of Matrix to try and actually put some structure around us and then be able to use open source information and other. Stuff access to to be able to put things together on right at end? Yeah. It's quite an interesting set of work in USA does come out number one still in their assessment, but you know the gap between the US and China is very, very small possible. So there's a bunch of other actors on the that you know. Maybe people don't necessarily think about Switzerland for example, is in the top team his Damn Suedes? Yeah. It was a bunch of bunch of people you wouldn't necessarily expect. But also you know looks at the you know the maturity of the commercial sector of the Swiss. CRYPTO. I mean, that's that's something to point out to right like these rankings dissed not just on offensive capability. It looks offense defense industry the whole the whole Cyber Shebang. Yeah and of course, it makes sense just looking at trying to of capabilities in terms of domestic. Commercial Operations Right I mean, they've got such a lot of expertise manufacturing hardware building software. You know lots of high tech industry make sense there feeds into a general overall capability as well. But yeah, you know the the so much. Just GonNa Finger in the air staff and it's nice to see you know in the analysis that we know. So it's not see air research is trying to take a structured approach and. The data conner looks it kind of looks like what you expect. You know when they when they go. Yeah. That seems believable which is always a good sniff test you know. Wonkery can sometimes be a bit kind of an water. Where's this actually looks pretty in line with EC Singapore. UC. Vietnam North Koreans Kinda lines up. Yeah. It does and I don't know what this means for our old concepts around symmetry when you really looking at the most powerful countries still being the most powerful in this ranking right? Like wasn't this supposed to be all about symmetry is Iran's program evidence of the CYB. Is, being isometric I dunno anymore. Well, yeah. I mean, know the world's changed it's a little. It's a much more complicated than new onset of things I'm speaking reminiscing these capabilities exercised in a more you know the you know hellenistic geopolitical way not just you know we're using hacking in isolation I was seeing these things done to further national goals and in the context of. The trade stuff, for example, but between China and the US as chess pieces in logic aims which is. You know that changes the traditional kind of take Nicole asymmetry to you know much more balanced
Debunking the Myths of Corporate Culture
"My guest. Today is Jason Richland. Jason is the CEO and Chief Culture Officer at Ideal Outcomes Inc. He is widely recognized as a noted authority on helping companies build strong sustained revenue growth by empowering their employees and developing energizing office cultures during his career of more than twenty years. Jason has assisted companies of all sizes including established fortune one hundred companies to create leadership development journeys and has guided numerous startups to build solid foundations enabling them to become industry leaders. Ason is also the author of culture spark. Thanks so much for joining me today. Jason. Thank you excited to be here this morning in having the opportunities. Well I'm excited to have this conversation as well and I would like to start with foundational question and ask you if how you would define the term. All organizational culture. I think in the The simplest terms In my opinion organizational culture is has a lot to do with every aspect of our company among regardless of the size or even partner with a company actually accomplish what they do. organizational culture encompasses not only not not only business strategy policies and procedures Hiring practices but but also away we share communication the way we treat people are transparency of how we operate in run on a daily basis. And it really is a foundation of its foundation of organizational teams. I think that's the best way I could sum that up. Neal a foundation of organization teams like that. It feels like what you're saying. Is that organizational? Culture is like the starting point that everything is is built upon you it is. I think that's a great way putting that I mean you with a with a solid foundation. you're gonNA build a strong building and and if you if you really look at your organization and realize not that your culture is your foundation You have something to bill and and I really do believe that organizations have to keep that foundation of mine that they have to continuously valuated foundation. They have to continuously Diagnosed that back culture and make sure make sure that it's on the right track. Make sure that it's it's what they want their organization to be known for not just from an outside perspective but also from his. I respect it from their employees perspective. Do you think that that that gets missed a lot? It feels to me like so. Many companies are thinking about themselves in terms of how other people see them. That there are sort of forgetting about how they are seeing internally. See that all the time and a good a good example than in. It's not just it's not just one occurrence Diane. I've had opportunities to work with you. Know C. Suites Um CEOS and senior leaders and one of the steps might processes. Just have you know some short one on one dialogue mom with a group of senior leaders and one of the questions. I always ask. Is You know. Give me a visual pitcher of your culture. And whether that team be a team of two or three or were eight most of the time I will get different perspectives on that culture and more and more than not intervene quite different than what frontline frontline leaders managers supervisors and individual contributors were described it. So EC of this neck from you know that the senior level leadership down to the front lines quite often. Yeah unfortunately that doesn't really surprise me. and it seems to me in addition to that that so many companies focused on deal. They don't focus on culture that they're focusing on other things and either not even thinking about culture or expecting the culture of the happened right as opposed to really being intentional about it in the one where centers sexual assault in preparation and you know right doing the research and writing writing my book Niane I. I spent a couple of years doing nothing but interviewing in-person executives from all different industries. All over the country Hundreds of and people often ask me. What was there some common ground and an that common ground that I found ties into what you just said intentional. You know organizations that high performing cultures one common ground is after all Senate in their authentic with their with their actions with the communications their behaviors How they how they communicate how they work with yours Asian in and I think that young that is worn common ground that I found through every every organization culture. I've been I've been doing this as you said for over twenty years and I didn't want to write a book just to sit down and write down what I thought were my opinions. I really did base it on. Best Practices across the country of executive leadership Through all different industries. Yeah Yeah it's It's it's fascinating now Let's shift a little too myths so You say they're like six columnists about business culture on curious what they are and what the impact is that they have on business there there are. There are a lot of myths out there. Within organizational culture of people within within leadership in one of the one of the ones that I talk about quite often. Is that it's not. Hr's job Human Resources Is Not necessarily solely responsible for organizational culture. If really take it really does take an organization to not only create but sustain a culture. Hr will take lead role but but but there has to have executive leadership while we don't in individual contributors participation
Exam Question: Trimalleolar Ankle Fracture After a Fall
"All right so we have a sixty one year old woman with no past medical history or family history or heart disease presents with a try. Malaya Lar- ankle fracture after a fall. As part of her pre-operative workup an e. C G has obtained a portion of the rhythm strip is shown above which of the following is the most appropriate. Okay so this is a two step question and the first part is to take a look at the rhythm strip and interpret the rhythm ship because that is going to be important to answer this question and when we look at the rhythm strip we see a p wave cure s complex t wave P wave curious complex t wave so we have a P. before every cure s the only thing. I see here abnormal that the PR interval appears to be a little prolonged so it is greater than one whole box here The width of box. So this is going to be a little greater than two hundred milliseconds however we see no drop p waves and so this is consistent with first degree heart block okay so now that we have in E C G A rhythm ship with first degree heart block. Let's take a look at our clinical scenario and trying to affect the question and what is asking so the question wants to know which of the following answer choices is going to be most appropriate here. So let's read. Those answer. Choices a administer I v Calcium Chloride Insulin Glucose and sodium bicarbonate answer choice b order cereal cardiac biomarkers and admit to cardiology. See Place Trans Cutaneous Pacer Pads and make arrangements for Trans Venus Pacemaker. Md reassure the patient and orthopedic surgeon that no treatment is necessary so when we look at this question the key thing here is that we have a pretty typical presentation of primordial or ankle fracture and the question is telling us there's no heart disease here and at the patient has no past medical shree so when we are given this information in a question. It's for a reason right. And so when we look at the C. C. G. A lot of people say well. Maybe it's a little abnormal. Maybe we should do a a workup or something. Let's go through answer choices and see why this information of no past medical history and no heart disease annonay symptomatic patient is important so answer choice a IV calcium chloride. Insulin Glucose Sodium bicarbonate. That's the treatment for hyper Kaley. Mia We have no indication at this. Patient has hyper Kalia. There's no peeking of the t wave. There's no widened cure s complex. So answer choice. A I'm going to cross out it's choice. B Order Cereal Cardiac biomarkers and emits cardiology. Well with an abnormality in E C G in an older woman. Who's sixty one you know? It's something to think about right. However in this case the patient is otherwise as she has no past medical history or hard sees and really a first degree heart block. On an EC- G. is can be abnormal. Right it's abnormal but it doesn't necessarily mean that there's disease right you could get first degree heart block in young healthy athletes. You get it from some medications such as Beta blockers. You could get it with individuals who just have a little increased. Vega tone than normal so as long as the patient is. Acm thematic knock complaining of chest pain. There's no need to order cereal. Cardiac biomarkers and admit the cardiology. So let's cross that out. Answer Tracy Place. A TRANS CUTANEOUS PACER PADS and make arrangements for transient is pacing. This patient does not need a pacemaker. Even Trans Cutaneous if a patient has complete heart block and so for example. If this patient was coming in with chest pain shoes Dr Frederick and there was a heart block. We'd be concerned that that may progress to complete heart block and in those cases you may want to consider Trans Cutaneous Pacer pats. However this patient is totally fine otherwise other than the ankle fracture. So let's cross off answer choice. See that leaves us with answer. Choice de reassure the patient and the orthopedic surgeon that no treatment is necessary. And I'm GonNa Choose Anti-choice D. and sure enough. That is the correct
"ec" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Well time of covered. Nineteen were all incorporating new ways to accomplish things that we need to get done. And you're doing it admirably as is the East Colorado. Spdc taking care of business integrating well once again this creative ways season technology to continue to serve you Through this very disruptive time joined this morning by Lisa Hudson Lease. I gave you a promotion this morning. Call J. Executive Director Director of the East Colorado as BBC. Thanks so much for taking the time. Thanks for all that you are doing To continue to provide support. And how are you doing? You know I'm doing well. We are just Staying extremely busy helping me. Small businesses at just. How how? They're serving their customers. I mean with with all these policies put out They're having creative on on how to find their customers and and get to their customers and we're doing the same at at east co- UNC shutdown. Well didn't shut down but closed campus and so my team is working from their home. Offices were Connecting with our clients via telephone and a Google hangout then I think it's going pretty well that way. It's the new normal to be sure so Let's drill that down a little bit. I know thank you for sending me this email this morning. Talking about This guide that was just released today for small businesses dealing with cove. Yeah so The Colorado Small Business Development Center network as created this guide which you can find on the Colorado SPDC Dot Org website and It just goes through steps that you can consider as a small business owner to you. Know Recreate Revenue Lions. And and what you can do to support your employees if you have to let them go and and what it means to have a job attached unemployment birth you know Keeping them on You know regularly or maybe maybe considering letting them go entirely. It's just a different time it. We're in something that we've never really faced before I mean east co- SPDC We. We helped a lot of small businesses during the flood of two thousand thirteen. And that was our for my first run at helping. Small businesses deal with the disaster. But this is different It's not a physical disaster where you know. We've got physical damage to the businesses but it very much the same a disaster potentially an economic disaster as we sort through everything that Well it's just going down. As a result of all the changes that we have to incorporate into our everyday lives. What is the most common question that you are hearing from small businesses? What the heck is going on? What can we go back to work? And and you know. Is there a grant available That that's the biggest question that we're getting as right now. The State of Colorado and. Sba have not released any grants Right now there's only the SBA loan program in Colorado's been activated for that and small businesses can most definitely apply The the only downside And I'm I'm going to be very frank about this is if you apply And I'm still waiting to get confirmation on if you have what you have applied for what you have accepted for the loan that can affect How much you could get if a grant become available later all right Worked at through for US so Back in thirteen with the floods if you had applied for an SBA loan and when the grant came out later you were only able to receive dollars Needed minus the amount. You're approved for for the loan. All right GASCON thirteen. It might be different this time around. I I don't have an answer yet. I've sent it up the ladder and I'm just waiting for that response. Hopefully we'll get that this week but yeah if you And again I'm not sure if it's how much you apply for how much you get accepted for for the loan that could affect how much you're getting from the grant So soon as we get that information we will send that out and people can sign up for our newsletter where we're sending out the latest information at Bit Dot L. Y. Slash East co- Updates and That's where we're posting it and then the the car. Spdc network as a whole is Regularly updating their website Several Times throughout the day Colorado. Spdc DOT Org Slash Cova and. That's where you can find the most up-to-date information Lisa Hudson Director East Colorado SPDC. I wanted to reflect on something that you said earlier. Talking about the differences between for example. how you had to marshal resources and basically fast-track support to businesses during the the floods of thirteen. And you mentioned that this Kobe. Nineteen obviously not a physical disaster as it is an unseen invisible enemy. But I can't help but think that your experiences in supporting small business During the floods of thirteen kind of provided a template. For what you're doing now absolutely I mean you know back then we. We had to help small businesses. Identify the impact that the floods it had and what kind of revenue they had lost because of the flood. Or we're doing the same thing with this. I mean what kind of revenue are these small businesses losing because you know they either have to shutdown they. They have to limit their services or products. And there's just not as much traffic going to small businesses right now. Any business besides grocery stores So it's it is very much the same kind of Preparation that that we're helping me. Small businesses do and. We're trying to help them. Collect documentation of of what kind of lost they're experiencing so later You know when maybe more resources are available. They're ready. They're ready for that application. See that's just a one of the many many services that you provide because at this point I mean we are so off balanced. It's unprecedented what we're seeing across the country around the world that we don't even know what we don't know exactly and I mean we you know we're not just pushing clients to apply for the SPA loan you know. We're we're helping a lot of clients with strategy you know how to create a cohesive Digital brand now that you have to go online. How how do you start selling your products online when you were just a storefront and prioritizing your finances so know these businesses have got death lined up to their door and what can you pay. I can you lower payments on other things you know having that conversation with your your landlord saying okay. Hey you know this is my situation what can we do? Let's negotiate and and talk to your banker. I mean that that is a huge thing that I encourage my small business clients to do is have that open conversation with your banker and and let them help you You know a lot of SBA loans that are current right now are getting deferred because of Cova did and If you already had a disaster loan from back in two thousand thirteen that's Getting automatically deferred. You just have to have Definitely and No one better to have those conversations with and with the Lisa Hudson. Excuse me on her colleagues at the East Colorado as speedy see up and running just in a well a little bit more distant form so tell us once again before I let you go certainly do appreciate your time. Certainly appreciate all of your efforts as you're a real lifeline for small businesses. How do we get in touch with you? Go to our website East Colorado. Spdc DOT COM and connect with US online. If YOU'RE A new client sign up for consulting there if you're a returning client request to follow up or you know just connect with your consultant at their first name at East Colorado S BBC Dot com or feel free to email at our info at East Colorado FBDC DOT com lease Hudson director. He's Colorado. Spdc thank you so much. Take Care and be well thanks you too bye bye bye. Forty-seven thirteen ten. Kfi Gay Thirteen. Ten KFI AM preps. Radio is northern Colorado's home for the past high school coverage. What kind of year does Philip Lindsay have to have to secure his future in Denver? We'll discuss it next on the whole show. Thirteen ten KFI..
"ec" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Dr Benson. Welcome on in morning. Gail how're you doing this morning? I am doing well I am doing well and I hope you and your family and your staff and colleagues are doing well as well so far stay in. Saint. That's good that's good all right. Let's talk a little bit about the importance of maintaining overall oral health because it impacts so many things I mean your immune system your overall health absolutely and especially during this time right now. What we're finding just some studies. I've read Is that this. This little bugger. I mean he's he's contagious. No there are a lot of people getting it. there have been some You know misinformation out there that it only really affects people over sixty five and that's that's not true pretty much over thirty you're you you can get the guy and it can be a bad day for you. So what we are. Finding though is that there are underlying health issues that it's really exploiting and so trying to make sure that your immune system is in tiptop shape is the best way to combat this guy and and your all your oral health is pretty much A key component. And doing that. Oh absolutely So again there is some confusion. Well yes I am the mistress of understatement here but we see our lives have changed on just about every single level but you had the governor's saying okay. No non essential medical procedures. Define that for us. Oh I wish I could. But but he he he exactly is extremely vague. And the order is extremely vague. the ADA put out guidelines specifically for Dentistry Also talked with a good friend of mine is dermatologist and What is considered essential pretty much for for like say dermatology if you're under current treatment for melanoma. But but they're not going to really be diagnosing any new cases. And unless you're you feel like you're symptomatic or you need to get to go in. And You KINDA gotta be your own advocate and and a lot of a lot of these cases But the FDA has come out with a set of guidelines It's very it's much easier for people to go the ADA but the basic premise is that if you are having any kind of symptomatic tooth pain if you see something that looks like an abscess If something just doesn't feel right you still need to go see your dentist And and and and some Dennis out there They're they're they are seeing patients. I I have friends that have just completely closed up. And they're referring straight to specialists So the ended onyx which the canal specialist. Those guys are still Roy Rowland strong. Ada has come out and said that all root canal procedures that are Har- symptomatic are considered urgent or or an emergent situation which means they cannot wait less than three months so my ended on colleagues are still rolling strong And there are still plenty of rookie house out there to be had so so they're doing okay. Oh Joy your credits root canal. Nothing could kill the root canal. Exactly now to be more. Precise integrated dental in Greeley is open for business right. Absolutely we are open. We are following. The governor's law as as as as written and we are open for a courtesy procedures. All Nice unfortunately all those people that you know that that we spent a long time telling them how important their dental cleaning is it is but unfortunately because of the Aerosol does Create and dentists are not required to wear a In Ninety five respirator style. Matthew never have been It's just it's just creates too much danger to many people that could be affected. And as I say in the south of juices not worth the squeeze on that one Well Yeah yes we are. Yes we are seeing seeing open. We are open for virgin paces again if perceptive medical and we're also using technology we're using facetime when you're using online meetings I had I had a lovely young eighty nine year. Old Lady yesterday ran And she has severe tooth pain. We got her taken care of and I am doing her post. Op The teleconference. Because I don't want to come back into my office and So so we're able to use technology now to really help out our patients and then we can set that up again through our face time or through an online meeting That reusing called Zoom. Yeah the tech- technology has really been a godsend. Hasn't it absolutely so and and that's where everybody do. Call our office. If they have a question we can then set up a facetime. We're Starting next week we're in their Tuesday Wednesday and Fridays And we can even set up Drucker through my cell phone soon. If I'm not there my staff can get me Their number and I can directly look at them and say yeah. This is something that you need in the dental office and we need to get this. Take it out because it may cost you more or may impact you more three months when maybe there's order and everything is finally getting back to normal And we still want to make sure that things are taking care of. Oral health is still being taken care of. 'cause WE DON'T WANT TO COMPROMISE IMMUNE SYSTEM. We want people to be at their tiptop shape taking the vitamin C taking newseek. Just taking their multivitamins keeping their immune system is tipped off as they possibly can and that includes dental health because there are a lot of undiagnosed infections out there And the bodies wasting resources by that one is able to be able to find something that's true so let's say that you are having a toothache or your gums are bleeding. You're not able to sleep. You've got the hunt sensations in your gums. Whatever the case may be but Your little bit concerned and let's say you do take advantage of technology and You say you need to come into my office because this needs to be Taken care of two sweet. How of your protocols and your practice changed we've always Bided by all standards. As matter of fact we've always gone above and beyond just got Our our recent accreditation through show us an independent service to make sure that we are staying above board and all of our areas But during this time we're even doing even more. All of our girls are using constant protective pair of protective equipment while they're in where cleaning consistently after every patient comes in not only in the outdoors. Which do anyway but even on the outside doors the waiting room. We're only allowing one patient in at a time No other patients or their counterparts if they if they they're young person and their mom brought them. There were allowing one parent in only if if they're white brought up. The wife has to stay in the car. The person has to just come in by themselves. And just keeping that that human contact down to minimum. So that's why we don't have multiple patients In our office at a time so we are staggering. Everybody to be able to so when you come in. You're pretty it looks kind of like it goes down. But that's because we're making it that way you're the only one in there where the one year concentrating on and then we'd take you out actually a separate or if we need just someone else came in this way you can avoid that. Six foot contact Again just trying to do our best trying to do our part To keep people safe but at the same time Still taking care of those emergencies that need to be taken care of Dr Buddy Benson integrated dental in Greeley all right so give us everything that we need to know how we get in touch with you at this point. He's definitely call our office area code nine seven zero three five one seven one five three nine seven zero three five one seven one five three. You can also go to our facebook page social media. There's a lot of stuff going on social media. I post videos all the time and try and stay to face to face contact with patients or anybody. That's just curious out there I got a lot of friends who are in very high places that are lot more smart than I am and I am just like just like I want my patients. Listen to me I listen to other people as well and so I just. I just relay that information. I'm not making anything up. It's not my job My job is to relay the information that we know at this time and this is the most today current information that we have and we keep that information updated As well as on our social media thank you Dr Benson to you your staff your colleagues For remaining on the front lines because I think well you would know better than most when it comes to dental pain. That's something that you don't want to deal with but not the pain. The pain is indicative of a well. Things that aren't right things that need to be taken care of especially now as we want to keep those immune system strong to combat against Kobe. Nineteen you bet. Scale and one one small. A lot of people don't know. Is that pain actually reduces the immune system so people saying oh. I thought I fought through the pain. It's actually smart. Pain actually reduces the immune system. We need to get the patients out of pain so their body can get back to fighting and get back to being ready and being on the front lines himself Dr Benson Integrated Dental in Greeley great sponsor of mornings with Gail. Certainly do appreciate that. Thank you again and Eddie. Well thank you to best to do after y'all and best to everyone out there and again if you give us a call thanks you bet. Eight eighteen now thirteen ten. 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Amazon Delivery In the Coronavirus Era
"Let's talk about Amazon Mike we do that we do can we yeah we use a lot of gear shift zero cara nights and while it and also it seems like you know especially when we're talking about corona virus it Amazon is just such a big part big backdrop to everything from the internet's two packages to products to employees to everything yeah to to the fact that they stick with the one of the one the only company to send all the workers home where many of the workers home you know you all roads eventually you know Lee Hammons dams on and you know pay them a toll absolutely so there is there have been reports we've all heard about this price gouging where people in these these third party seller stores they can sell on Amazon and set their own prices and you go sort of through and they've like rent space on all EC on Amazon and you can go in and buy their stuff from them well a bunch of people are price gouging they're charging a fortune for for necessary high demand stuff masks hand sanitizer all that all that stuff so Amazon is spent S. U. V. suspended almost four thousand accounts over corona virus specific price gouging and they say they say they have a zero tolerance for price gouging and they plan on combating the problem by monitoring storage twenty four seven through automated and manual means my question Mike is can they do that are are they too big to really do this kind of thing effectively well they can I mean given that every product has a code and given that every product probably has some sort algorithmic average price and looking to see what a historic prices and what something is priced so you can you could calculate for a variance in price this is bottle of hand sanitizer this is the product code it was X. amount now it is X. times a thousand percent right so so my guess is building the math on it is fairly easy it's going to find some false positives so that's when the manual comes in so it it's what they're probably doing is they've set up a trigger that is going to call in hundreds of thousands of products and that had cut the team of very very overworked people who are trying to figure out where the price gouging is happening and then but Mike big question is when you suspended account is it suspended I mean I would go permanent if someone has decided to do that yeah they they are going so far as to work with law enforcement federal state and local law enforcement to to hold these people accountable which which I agree but look I don't know how many things are sold on Amazon I don't know how many sellers there are Amazon sells but more than half of their products are offered by third third party sellers that's a that's a that's an enormous an enormous a group of folks okay now let's say you let's say you're on Amazon and you find something in your not being price gouged and you want to buy it have you noticed in talking you out there have you noticed that shipping isn't quite as expedient as it once was they have Amazon has announced that the company that invented it yes this is one I mean they they brought out angels and trumpets to announce one day prime right everybody can order something and you can get it the next day sometimes the same day sometimes before you board it's crazy I think I'm so so what they what they've done is they've said basically like look there are essential things that people need right now and if we don't consider what you want to be one of those things it could be to the end of April till you get what you want yeah and I think that that is welcome to my childhood right I mean I I don't actually mind that I mean I do have do I take advantage of it because I'm a prime member without any question and I do I use for my business some although I do try to go to actually stores around but here's the problem with the with how expensive Seattle's has become a lot of the stories that you might have bought something yeah I'm happy to purchase I worked in the old hardware store they got forced out by home depot this was my job in college they were literally selling Kohler toilets for less than our cost to purchase that a lot of people would come in the by the toilet over there they come into our store by the wax ring for five dollars and then ask us how to install it because everyone at our store actually new plumbing right had not at the home depot and but so I'm sensitive to that I try to go to the small merchant but those but they've they've stopped existing a lot of places in Seattle you cannot buy when you were I think looking for one you cannot buy a router it what you have to go to the hinterlands right and so what I ordered on Amazon absolutely but I think the slower delivery one of four to allow things that are a necessity to move faster is is good honestly I think the slower delivery overall I'd be fine with it I'd be completely fine with it okay you would because your rational person but a lot of us well put myself in this group right we get used to a certain lifestyle yeah but but have you ever noticed that our capacity for impatience varies directly bath medically directly with our ability save time like we stand at the microwave frustrated like come on right what is taking so right and it's doing miracles yeah I think I just remote when you too doesn't open in in under two seconds and I used to wait ten minutes for an image to load and member Louis C. K.'s great think about thank you for getting angry at your phone like it's going to a satellite back into your and you're not happy about how long it takes to do that so I try and I'm trying to keep my patience at a normal level and maybe not in traffic but everywhere else traffic doesn't count well there's some good techs that came at nine eight nine seven three the text line gonna get him again after this so okay so here's here's a lot of people are asking I've heard it over the last few weeks what if you order something from Amazon and it finally shows up at your doorstep well is it gonna give you coronavirus the quick answer now probably not that I wouldn't think so the New England journal of medicine said that cardboard that that corona virus can live on cardboard for up to twenty four hours so you've got a couple off of the slower shipping speed is your friend of his full actually yeah right you're doing fine now it's going to come into contact with the do that takes it to do to do that I'm very formal tonight may I don't know if you've noticed two takes the package and actually drops it off at your place if you are very overly concerned you can just leave it if you have a garage throat your garage and leave it there for twenty four hours
What analysts have to say about the Broncos' 2020 free agency haul
"Season let's talk about the the Broncos free agents that they could be doing a really really good job of posting up some video break down to the players that the Broncos have recently added it's giving people a chance to kind of get to know some of these players some of our our household names like Melvin Gordon but Graham Glasco certainly is not a household name I think for a lot of Broncos fans so maybe let's just let's call it back to the AJ Bouye a trade and what did you what do you think the Broncos got with AJ Bouye well I think first and foremost this is a life of Fangio's scheme fit to be T. at you know he's a he's a lanky guy he's got speed towards what I think of a cover three or mast cell type defense of financial likes to run he's a very smart player in terms of getting himself in position there was a place Sam Darnold you know the just like the run that post will route a lot they try to run it earlier in the game and you know I think they did a very good job communicating at their place band coverage there and boy a cover number one on the post pattern pretty decently late in the game they try to throw the same exact routes and boy they read it perfectly he gotten from the wide receiver and shielded him almost like a box out in terms of of a basketball type analogy here and he was able to go downfield to make a play on that post pattern intercepted returned about twenty six yards off enjoy downhill looks more guys in band you know Ryan you guys know this well but being around silty a lot more defensive back plays importance and I know that a lot of Broncos fans been clamored for a star name but look aged boy if he can recreate a little bit at twenty seventeen season any ad you know it's gonna be fully healthy corner to twenty twenty you can still be a guy that contributes massively in you don't have to have the most amount of telling your secondary if you got guys that are really smart that's one thing about how Justin Simmons involved fans your system I think Borges same type of player not just a bully a Simmons Jackie Jackie a Gaza border they're all intelligent guys and guys that are willing to hit is there anybody out there you see right now on the free agent market still left it maybe the Broncos could bring in and that the the defense the second or the kind of fits that mold you know I was thinking a lot about it you know one of the names that I think we've all talked about as principal tomorrow but with Chicago Bears releasing and he met all the time in the world to be able to sign in the fact they haven't done so just yet tells me that you're not interested or you're waiting for a few more things to happen in terms of you know Simmons and you may be full plans yet on off that extension's gonna happen now in the off season of this year but I feel like it may look more so in the NFL draft and no garlic Bryce Oliver junior I like him I am also an EC Roberson Adalat tech is one of the guys that still exonerated could be available maybe in the second third fourth round if this team really wants to look at that position are you mentioned earlier in the broadcast to kill will be called when we told him you know what the rockets could you never gets called PI so that might be a good idea to bring in in but also that for like the market outside is is pretty small you know there's like save your roads I feel like would be too pricey and I just don't see where he would fit right now and the Broncos can consider that they traded for boy name and they also re signed Vontae buys before I project in forty eight I'm gonna be the outside corners provincials defense this year so really at this point Thomas like the market right now has close for Denver on cornerback to like I said I think that could change at any point time considering if they make any roster moves to fix more space I think restructuring Callaghan's contract opens the door for maybe another mover to
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"WR EC and ninety two point one FM. And we are back with Peter pride. Let's go back to the calls now. Mike in Cleveland. Ohio to get us started here. Michael go ahead. Good morning, George. Good morning. Dr pry, Mike, George I wondered, you know, with all the nuclear power plants in the United States, if someone would want to attack us with EMP, wouldn't that be similar to mutual assured destruction? Yup. Are as America would become a nuclear wasteland would talk Safai all the water. And then I'm getting the oceans and could kill the rest of the world in twenty five years. Not only that the meltdown would be huge because the generators you need to keep going to keep the the water. Cool. What happens Peter, well, the radio activity, for example, the United States hasn't really been affected by Fukushima? Dan of affects would be confined to our continent. But they would be catastrophic we've got one hundred nuclear reactors in this country. They're not hardened against the. And we are in the process. So that's one of our recommendations is to give high priority to hardening those nuclear reactors, and we've been joined in this by the way by the US air force who established electro-magnetic defense task force that supports the recommendations of the commission. We can turn lemons into lemonade. By hardening, those nuclear reactors would be that difficult and not only with that protect us from the catastrophe that you are a listener just described accurately, you know, put it would turn them into an asset because these one hundred nuclear reactors would then become islands of survivability. And it would make it much easier for us to bring back a big grit. Oliver your would so in terms of legislation. What's happening right now. Peter. Wealthy critical infrastructure protection active department of homeland security followed the law intensive law should have set us on the path toward a really good strategy for getting the country protected. The biggest thing that I'm hoping for is this executive order. This is sort of the battle of Gettysburg for us. That's really gonna decide everything. President Trump writes a strong executive order on EMP. Then I think we'll have won the war. If however the various fast forces that basically want to give this a low priority and do nothing about it. People the deep state bureaucrats resistance and a lot of the Obama holdovers. Or better than the bureaucracy are fighting us on this the lobbyists, really electric power industry fighting us on this. But my intelligence tells me that it's a we shall see. We it remains to be seen. But I'm optimistic that it's going to be a good start straw. Wrong executive order. They could start at the state level. I described several states that have already passed legislation. That is a good start. Good step forward in Maine and California in Virginia. I one of the strongest bills is is in Texas has hasn't passed yet. But Senator hall is fighting this fighting that battle to to what to do it. We had a good project going in Louisiana where I hoped we would have gotten a break through there. And and really. The critical infrastructure protection. Act. One thing people can do for example, the governor of the state or the or the person who runs the public utilities commission. Interstate can write to the secretary of homeland security and invoke the critical infrastructure structure Protection Act for help. And in Louisiana. We did that's one of the great things about the critical infrastructure protection. Accurate. You don't have to just leave leave it all up to the department of homeland security. They in effect can be forced under the under the law to start helping the states assess how vulnerable they are and take steps a plan to protect themselves. So we have got a quite a panoply of legislative tools two that are available. We're much better off at least in terms of policy than we were before. But the hard fact is, you know, we don't really have this the greatest still vulnerable. You know, we the. With few exceptions to grid is has not been protected all of our victories have been in the policy realm in the realm of the law, and that's what's necessary before you actually get to install into technology in terms of the way, our system works, and I'm afraid we're running out of time. We're running out of time to deal with the naturally MP from the sun. We're running out of time when you're dealing with rogue states, like North Korea or Ryan or or or or or or or states like Russia and China that under various scenarios might decide might decide to attack us, but we are winning the war slowly. But surely, my only question is. Are we moving? We'll we'll we'll be too late. That's why did the president say anything about this last night in his state of the union address? I'm sure that there was a huge debate over at job, you know, within within his White House staff. I think one of the things is he probably there's a faction on the left that. Belittles people who are concerned about EMP, and describes them as worrying tin foil on their heads and things like this. And this is because they hate new Gingrich so much, you know, Newt Gingrich was one of the early leaders on raising public consciousness. In fact, Newt Gingrich when he ran for president. He was the first person who was a presidential candidate who actually did speak on the platform in front of national television audience about EMP and said, this is the biggest threat we face. We've got we've got to be protected against it and Gingrich's reward for that was to be belittled on the front pages of the New York Times. Oh, he's a crazy, man. He has ten full Anna's had. I'm sure that the president's staff. You know, probably didn't want to get him into controversial waters and an open up a flank because obviously President Trump is not popular with the Democrats and the left, and they would they would use any opportunity to you know, to to attack him. All right back to more calls we go. Let us go to Larry in Houston, Texas. Hi, Larry, go ahead. Yeah. Hi there. I'm just curious though, earlier he said, George said you were being political. No, it's not political as being truthful. So my question though, and that is in the summertime here in Texas. We get warnings all the time how you were getting low, you know, so stop doing it up in the north in the wintertime same thing, we're getting alone and everything so they're not even producing investing enough in their own the infrastructure to keep the power grid up to snuff, right? What's going to make these people get down to doing the extra money? It's gonna cost to harden the system. I mean, what's what's going to happen there? How do we do that? So you're exactly right. You're exactly right. And I think from you can from the evidence of your own is people. You don't have to be in a nuclear physicist or astrophysicists or EMP expert to see. That the grid. I is isn't as being elected not just for these catastrophic scenarios. We're talking about whether to the attacker cyber attack, but even just the day to day running of the grid when they're not producing enough sources of generation. So that there are Brown outs. And you have to adjust that obviously this the aftermath of ice storms and hurricanes where it takes so long to recover the grid. You know, those are minor challenges compared to what any MP cyber attack is involved and. You know, where you that's why we can't count on the utilities themselves to basically take take this on and trust them, which is what they want. They want us to trust them. And the tilles would say, oh, don't worry about EMP and cyber physical sabotage, you know, we're all we've actually got that under control and just trust us. You know? Well, I can tell you you can't trust them. They can be trusted about as much as the cigarette. Industry could have been trusted back in the sixties when they were telling people that they're laboratory research had shown there was no correlation between lung cancer and cigarette smoking, I'm not seeing these people are evil, but this is just a natural response to all all private enterprises. Their object is to make money. They're object is profit the role of government is to provide for is to take a longer view and provide for national and homeland security, and that's why you know, what we need. Is government. We need these laws, and we need regulations of that. They'll be no choice at these guys. The the utilities will be compelled to wass to start heartening transformers. And and they don't have to do it themselves. It's just that you know, when you're gonna order transformer, for example, from the manufacturer it needs to become standard operating. They come from China. Don't they? Well, the transformers we use our from from South Korea, and Germany, and that has to change to you know, we shouldn't be relying on foreign countries to making technology is vital to the.
"ec" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"ec" Discussed on 600 WREC
"EC Thanks for being with us. Call it carelessness rich people problems or death by a thousand cuts a man took to read it recently to lay out a big problem. He makes more than one hundred thousand a year. So does his wife they live in an area with the low cost of living still they live paycheck to paycheck. He's trying to figure out how to get a handle on this. Here's market watch personal finance reporter Maria lamantia Maria. What's this about basically a guy wrote in on Reddit? He basically said, he's desperate. He's an engineer. But he has basically no idea where all the money is going that he makes every month. He and his wife both make more than one hundred thousand dollars, and they said they live in a low cost of living area there they spend about fourteen hundred dollars per month on a mortgage, and they really just can't figure out where the rest of their money is going my goodness. Yeah. That's unbelievable. What what did they find? Or what it folks recommend? Yeah. I mean, I normally get kind of a very negative response. But he does kind of lay it out on Reddit that you know, he didn't have a lot of financial education going up there not really living a luxurious lifestyle. He said, you know, she said, we don't eat caviar. No new tusla's in the garage. It's more just that he thinks it's the little things that are just kind of adding up. So he lays out all of his expenses, and kind of wait for people that vice to pour in, and, you know, the main thing unsurprisingly is that most people are saying he really needs a better system because he has really no clue where the money's going. Boy, what about food out. I know that's a killer for my family sometimes pizza on Friday, then out with friends Saturday, and then maybe take out Sunday. Sometimes no thinking or killing ourselves here. Exactly. That actually really does add up and got one of the commentators on Reddit. It said it's kind of the the death by a thousand cuts idea that. It might not be the huge fixed costs. It might be getting a coffee every day buying lunch when you didn't pack it all of that stuff can add up, and you're not really thinking about it. How about some of these budgeting programs that folks recommended name some of those? Yeah. So he said he had tried in the past the most popular one that people usually think of which is called mint. He's also tried another one called personal capital. But basically, some people said the problem with sometimes it categorizes your extensive for you. But sometimes it's not exactly right. And you have to go in and change it a little bit. What's more? If you're not actually paying attention to every single expensive where it goes. And you know, it might not be doing you a lot of good if you kind of do it passively and actively so the commenters recommended actually physically going through his statements and thing where he spent the most money and actually logging manually on some kind of excel spreadsheet or something like that. And really taking the time to look at it in detail and other people suggested a budgeting system that's called you need a budget that comes up a lot in personal finance world. There's a lot of fans and sort of a cult following across about seven dollars a month. But it basically is a way to more actively manage your money in and visualize where it's going each month. Maria marketwatch, personal finance reporter Maria lamantia, thirty minutes after the.
"ec" Discussed on KNST AM 790
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