35 Burst results for "Early February"

Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:57 min | 2 d ago

Christa Helm Was Playing With Fire Before Her Murder

"There was a thing back then, make yourself relevant, go to the right parties, you'll make it. And when she went to these parties, she made people like Warren Beatty. She met Mick Jagger. She met the Shah of Iran. And she made a man named Bernie cornfield. His name you'd never think stands out within Jagger Beatty and the Shah. Iran, but Bernie kleinfeld had at a time in LA. Now Chris the helm slept but he was a guy who was in money to finance here. But Krista slept with some of the men and women she met along the way. Word like that gets around. Her sex life probably would have been irrelevant except for the fact that she kept a not so secret love diary filled with the names of people she screwed, even a rating system. This is never a good idea. Writing shit down on paper may make the wrong guy nervous. So instead of keeping that information private, she would talk about her diary and the secret tape recording she made with many of her friends. And some of her friends warned her, you got to be careful. You know, people don't want to be in these recordings. They don't want to know about this, man. This is very dangerous. One of her friends was really adamant about it and she knew it was dangerous and she thought Christa was playing with fire, especially because people believed the famed seeking actress was getting ready to blackmail some of her lovers. That's desperation. At some point, Christie tells her friend that she'd gotten into something deep and she needed to stay off the radar for a while. This is February 12th, 1977, 5 days before she was killed before her dead body is found outside of her agent's home in West Hollywood. And given the fact that she had multiple stab wounds, authorities believed it was a crime of passion. That the murderer probably knew helm. Didn't make the case any easier though, as several people might have wanted to kill a due to her complicated life.

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Who Would Kill Wanna Be Starlet Christa Helm?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 2 d ago

Who Would Kill Wanna Be Starlet Christa Helm?

"Today's show is gonna be about one of those women, an actress named Christa helm. Who never made it. Thought she would was absolutely positive. She was destined for stardom, but again, like so many people wasn't in the cards. But murder was. Christa helm was killed in February of 1977. Her murder still remains a mystery. And after she died, the love diary and the tapes she was warned not to make and definitely not to keep disappearing. So she was at 1.8 27 year old mother of a little daughter and aspiring actress who, like I said, would do anything or anyone for fame. But she came to an untimely demise when she was brutally stabbed between 20 and 30 times. On February 12th, 1977, in the street in West Hollywood, not too far from where the famous actors Sal minia was stabbed. In the street in an alleyway, and died. What would make someone commit such a senseless act of violence toward a seemingly innocent wannabe starlet.

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Charlie Welcomes Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Arizona AG, Abe Hamadeh

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:48 min | 3 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Trump-Endorsed Candidate for Arizona AG, Abe Hamadeh

"Are very worried about the overreach of the federal government and Arizona is a beachhead at all goes through Arizona. It is the front lines on every single level. We've been talking about how attorney generals better start acting soon. And enforcing the rule of law against these criminals, the cartels, these far left activists, the nominee for the Republican Party in the wonderful state of Arizona, Trump endorsed and endorsed by Rand Paul is Abraham Hamada, Abe. Welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Abe homine, but close enough to her. Oh, okay. Well, I did my best. So tell us about your campaign. Well, it's been a rocket ship since we received endorsement of president Trump in June on June 14th. But so far, you're exactly right, just listening to your segments on the show. This is quite unusual times that we're living in, you know, typically we've been fighting only the federal government, but right now we're fighting basically the radical left is infiltrated every aspect of our lives. I mean, now we have to fight big tech. I mean, if you remember back in February, when GoFundMe was going to use that money that was donated to the Canadian truckers, who stopped them from doing that. It was state a Jeep to stop GoFundMe from setting that money to radical leftist organizations. So this is unusual times where we have to fight back not just the federal government, but even big business and big tech who can become as tyrannical as government. So my opponent that I'm going up against Chris Mays, you know, she's going to be funded by George Soros. She was funded previously by Tom steyer. Michael Bloomberg is going to make a big push for gun control. So this is who we're going up against Charlie. So this is very worrisome, but luckily, Arizona has many good candidates. And I think we're going to be the leaders of the America first movement

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Raid on Trump's Mar-A-Lago Estate Questioned by Some Legal Scholars

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 5 d ago

Raid on Trump's Mar-A-Lago Estate Questioned by Some Legal Scholars

"In the national archive and records administration said that Trump took 15 boxes of presidential records to his personal residence in Florida, those boxes allegedly contained classified national security information and official correspondence between Trump and foreign heads of state. The notified Congress in February that the agency recovered the 15 boxes from Mar-a-Lago and identified items marked as classified national security information within the boxes. And they say it goes on to say the national archive and records administration described itself as the nation's record keeper. Now, for some reason I believe that they think that Donald Trump has more information still at his personal residence. Is that true? Could they be planning information on Donald Trump? I don't know. Nobody knows. They clearly got a warrant. Now we know for a fact, all you got to do is look at when Donald Trump was running for office and the Steele dossier and all these other stuff that they were doing they had authorization which we've now found is illegal authorization unjustified unconstitutional authorization to spy on American citizens.

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J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:55 min | 6 d ago

J6 Parent Rosemary Westbury Details How the FBI Paid Her a Visit

"I'm very pleased to welcome today rosemary westbury. Now her family has been turned upside down by all this, and I'd like you to hear from her, her firsthand account, rosemary, thank you for joining me. I really appreciate it. I'm really sorry to hear what's happened to your family as a consequence of our own government. And I want you to describe the events in the aftermath. Let's not start with January 6th. We'll get to that. I want you to start with the first time the U.S. government in the form of the FBI came visiting your house. Well, dinesh the first time, actually, that they came was in February of 2021. And they came specifically asking for my son, Jonah. There were 5 of us that had gone to January 6th, and my son, Jonah, was, you know, we'd never been to Washington, D.C.. So he was posting pretty much all day on his SnapChat. The events of the day he was excited to see president Trump. And so one of his classmates had actually turned him into the FBI. He was former classmates. And so when he, when we had that first interaction, of course, my son contacted an attorney, so we got an attorney. And a local attorney. And they reached out to the FBI. The FBI went silent, really, truly what we call radio silence. And so my son rents an apartment in my home with a separate entrance. And the FBI knew that because they came to my house.

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Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 d ago

Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul

"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King

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Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 d ago

Men face sentencing for hate crimes in Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Three white men who chased and killed a black man running in a Georgia neighborhood are scheduled to appear in federal court today to be sentenced for hate crimes The three men already have been sentenced by the state of Georgia to life sentences for the February 2020 shooting of 25 year old ahmaud Arbery The first to appear for a sentencing hearing today is Travis mcmichael who blasted Arbery with a shotgun after mcmichael his father and a neighbor chased Arbery down The three men faced possible federal life sentences after a jury convicted them in February of violating Arbery civil rights and targeting him because of his race the father and son have asked the judge to send them to a federal present saying they won't be safe in the Georgia prison system I'm Donna warder

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Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | Last week

Employers added a whopping 528,000 jobs last month. So why does the economy still feel off?

"American employers added a stunning number of jobs last month despite raging inflation and recession fears 528,000 jobs Here at The White House President Biden is celebrating and many economists are surprised after employers added more than double the jobs predicted It was the best hiring month since February The economy has now recovered all 22 million jobs lost in the pandemic's early days and the unemployment rate is down to three and a half percent matching a more than 50 year low For now Wells Fargo senior economist Sarah House says one debate is over The recession clocks hasn't started taking yet The economy did contract in two straight quarters a common but informal definition of a recession Some economists say what the Federal Reserve likely to keep boosting interest rates in a bid to ease inflation a recession may be coming At

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IAEA: Ukraine nuke plant out of control, visit urged

AP News Radio

01:00 min | Last week

IAEA: Ukraine nuke plant out of control, visit urged

"The UN's nuclear chief warns that Europe's largest nuclear power plant in Ukraine is in very poor condition In an interview with The Associated Press the international atomic energy agencies Rafael grossi calls through Russia and Ukraine to quickly allow experts to visit the sprawling complex at zaporizhia to stabilize the situation and avoid a nuclear accident is completely out of control There are some contexts They are faulty They are patchy They are not what you would expect and need to have Because he says the physical integrity of the plant hasn't been respected citing shelling at the beginning of the war when it was taken over by Russia on February 24 and he's critical of the continuing information from Ukraine and Russia accusing each other of attacks at the plant I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last week

Suspect in shooting of Lady Gaga's dog walker recaptured

"A man suspected of shooting Lady Gaga's dog walker is back in custody again The Los Angeles County sheriff's office says the man held in suspicion of the dognapping shooting case has now been arrested again the capture of James Howard Jackson aged 19 comes nearly 5 months after a clerical error put him back on the streets Jackson is one of 5 people arrested in the Internet last February in which Lady Gaga's pricey French bulldogs were taken from her dog walker and the walker was shot he survived but lost part of his lung Meanwhile one of the men charged in the case has pleaded no contest to

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Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:32 min | Last week

Kash Patel Discusses the Potential of Criminal Charges Against Trump

"I saw the headline, they're going to try to indict Trump from DoJ or investigating it. We did a little show on it. That's it. So I'm going to kind of be learning alongside the audience. So just forgive my ignorance on some of this stuff, but we've been on a lot of other stories. So we have a piece of tape here. This is, okay, tell us who Chris Miller is. Chris Miller was the acting Secretary of Defense at the end of the Trump administration when I was chief of staff. So he was the civilian in charge of the entire Department of Defense. Got it. So this is a minute and 17 second clip. It's Chris Miller. Testifying in front of the January 6th committee. This is the full tape, we're going to play this and then tell us the significance of it because at the surface it looked like this made Trump look really bad. Play cut 26. So what do we clear here that since then, in February 2021, Mark Meadows said on Fox News Fox News that quote, even in January, that was a given as many as 10,000 National Guard troops were told to be on the ready by the Secretary of Defense. Is there any accuracy to that statement? Not from my perspective, but I was never given any directional order or duo of any plans of that nature. So I was surprised by seeing that publicly. But I don't know the context or where it was. No, we obviously have plans for activating more of both. But that was not anything more than contingency planning. There was no official message traffic or anything of that nature. It just so we're clear you did not have 10,000 troops to be on the ready for January 6th. Prior to January 6th. A non military person probably could have some sort of weird interpretation but no, to answer your question. That was not part of my plan or the Department of Defense at this point. This sounds bad for Trump. Why am I wrong? So because a, it's a snippet, but I'll take it in reverse, right? He's right. We couldn't have legally had 10,000 troops on the ready. National guardsmen and women are everyday citizens, cops, doctors, teachers, homeschool nurses, whatever you. We have to pull them out of their everyday lives and bring them in. That's the only way to use domestic military law enforcement assistance. Not the everyday military. And what Chris said is a 1000% accurate. We didn't have on the ready because we had no request from Bowser and Pelosi to do so.

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US rules out summer COVID boosters to focus on fall campaign

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

US rules out summer COVID boosters to focus on fall campaign

"Federal health regulators have ruled out summer COVID boosters and are focusing on a fall campaign I Norman hall federal regulators are no longer considering authorizing a second COVID-19 booster shot for all adults under 50 this summer The focus has been shifted to revamped vaccines for the fall The Food and Drug Administration says Pfizer and Moderna expect to have updated versions of their shots available as early as September That would set the stage for a fall booster campaign to strengthen protection against the latest versions of omicron two sub variants BA four and BA 5 are even more contagious than their predecessors They push new daily cases above 125,000 and hospitalizations to 6300 Those are the highest levels since February though devs have remained low at about 360 per day Norman hall Washington

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Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

Allison Gill Doesn't Trust DHS Inspector General Joseph Cuffari

"You were tweeted, Frank will see our other shared superhero who said metadata shows ten of the 24 Secret Service personnel did have a text around January 6th that were not retained and you said the DH SOI G, the one who waited months to go to Congress triggering two whistleblowers has now halted the probe that was getting the metadata. So talk to us about because Malcolm X was just on last week, he said they're going to get those texts, but you know, I think Glen kirshner this morning, not so sure, because this is the group that knows how to do that. It's always presumably they would also know how to make them disappear. What do you think? Well, they clearly did. And I mean, they have to do a lot of work to make these disappear. And they did that. It seems like they did that work. I don't trust this. This Cuba. He's a Trump appointee. He is the one who quashed the investigation into the Secret Service attacks with rubber bullets and tear gas at Lafayette square in the wake of the George Floyd murder. I don't like him and it seemed like the Secret Service was getting somewhere with that metadata. And those ten individuals and 24, the original 24 whom include people like ornato and angle. And then he comes in this OIG who sat on this information since February and didn't tell Congress comes in and tells the Secret Service to stop their investigation because he's doing a criminal probe. And I've been asking one thing I don't know and one thing I want to find out is when the office of inspector general does a criminal investigation, they're probably some oversight from the Department of Justice because the OIG can't charge anyone. Right. And so I want to know sort of what that process is. Does declaring a criminal investigation by an office of inspector general bring in the Department of Justice for some oversight because I would really like to see that

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The Taliban Is Asking President Biden for Its Money

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

The Taliban Is Asking President Biden for Its Money

"Signed an executive order in February saying that 3.5 billion could be of that money could be sent to Afghanistan in humanitarian aid. The problem is, is they wanted to set up a condition in which there would be a third party trust that would develop the plans for how this administration would get these funds to Afghanistan, how they would be spent. And this is the Taliban, of course, is saying, look, we don't want a third party. We don't mind the trust necessarily, but we don't want a third party country having to oversee what we're doing. They're in control in Afghanistan and unless we want a militarily remove them, which there is absolutely no appetite for here in the United States. Then you're dealing with a country, whether we want to or not that we in many ways helped retain or get back into power, is now saying, look, you know, this is money that we feel is rightfully ours. You should get it to us. And unless the United States is willing to just say, no, we're going to keep it. And then risk even further the humanitarian crisis that will develop in Afghanistan that will spread out possibly outside the borders of Afghanistan, then there has been this discussion on how do we give this money back, but it be spent on the people and not put into the pockets of the warlords and the government and the people who are not going to help be with anybody and help any of the assistance it needs to be done.

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Russia's Lavrov says he will discuss US prisoner swap offer

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia's Lavrov says he will discuss US prisoner swap offer

"Russian foreign minister Sergei Lavrov has confirmed an upcoming phone conversation with Secretary of State Antony Blinken Lavrov tells the media the call will be about the exchange of prisoners exchange of persons he says being in custody in Russia It is thought the two will likely discuss the potential prisoner exchange to bring home basketball star Brittany griner who's been detained in Moscow since February Lavrov added the foreign ministry does not handle such issues but then I will listen to what he blinken has to say I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Remembering Rick Santelli's Rant in 2009

"Here was Rick santelli on the floor of the stock exchange back in February of 2009 of a tirade that went viral and many believe was the foundation for the Tea Party movement. You know, the government is promoting bad behavior because we certainly don't want to put stimulus for it and give people a whopping 8 or $10 in their check and think that they ought to save it and in terms of modifications, I'll tell you what I have an idea. The new administration's big on computers and technology. How about this president and new administration? Why don't you put up a website to have people vote on the Internet as a referendum to see if we really want to subsidize the losers mortgages or would we like to at least buy cars and buy houses in foreclosure and give them to people that might have a chance to actually prosper down the road and reward people that could carry the water instead of drink the water? It's a novel idea. Hey Rick, can you? They're like funny. And then they all started cheering him from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. They're all giving him cheering and went viral, and many said, that's the American spirit.

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The Latest in Sports

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

The Latest in Sports

"AP sports I'm Josh rowntree in baseball the mets completed a subway series sweep with a three two walk off win over the Yankees starling Marte the hero delivering the winning base hit in the 9th Elsewhere the Phillies got a big 5th inning to take a series win over the braves Alec bohm with a pair of RBIs in the win The surging athletics swept the first place ASTRO Stephen biscotti homered for Oakland The brewers beat Minnesota ten four behind a pair of homers for rowdy to Les as Milwaukee has won 5 of 6 out of the all star break In the NBA the Philadelphia 76ers and James Harden have agreed on a new multiyear contract harden signed a deal for the next two years worth over $68 million And the Biden administration has offered a deal to Russia aimed at bringing home WNBA star Brittany griner as well as another jailed American Paul Whelan Griner has been detained since mid February after police said they found vape cartridges containing cannabis oil in her luggage She has pleaded guilty to the charges I'm Josh Brown tree AP sports

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Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ex-cops Kueng, Thao sentenced for violating Floyd’s rights

"Two more former Minneapolis police officers have been sentenced in the George Floyd federal trial I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest A federal judge has sentenced two former Minneapolis police officers who were convicted of violating George Floyd's civil rights to lighter terms than recommended in sentencing guidelines calling one truly a rookie officer and describing the other as a good police officer father and husband J Alexander Kang was sentenced to three years and two tau received a three and a half year sentence They were convicted in February of two counts of violating George Floyd's civil rights the jury found they deprived the 46 year old man of medical care and failed to stop officer Derek Chauvin as he knelt on Floyd's neck for 9 and a half minutes Chauvin and another former officer Thomas lane had already been sentenced on federal charges I'm Lisa dwyer

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"early february" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:04 min | Last month

"early february" Discussed on WTOP

"This July 4th holiday weekend, the percentage of people testing positive was up. But a lot in some places. In Virginia, the state is reporting that around 20% of people who got tested came back positive. That's the highest 7 day average since early February. The CDC says D.C. is also seeing its highest positivity rate since its January peak, now at about 9.5% of people. In Maryland, that state says the positivity rate is lower at around 8.7%. It is the highest rate though in about a month. Hospitalizations in the area have remained fairly level, but are up after dropping in merchant April. And death rates remain low. Virginia did report 32 COVID deaths on Friday, but they say the spike was because of a two week data blackout period. Shana still in WTO P news, more than a quarter of all D.C. students are not up to date on routine childhood vaccines. That's 20% below the national average. Something's got to be done about it because when school resumes in the fall, D.C. plans to enforce its new COVID vaccine mandate. Only 73% of D.C. students are current on vaccines for several diseases like whooping cough and measles. D.C. council chair Phil mendelson held a round table on D.C.'s no shots, no school policy. He says there are still barriers for receiving vaccines, especially in underserved parts of the city. Department of Health has got to figure out how to get vaccines into the schools, make this so easy. Live burn status student rep on D.C.'s board of education says the city should do a better job of explaining vaccine efficacy if someone tells you something with extremely scientific language or that's extremely data heavy. It's super easy to disengage from that. Virginia's leisure and hospitality jobs are making a comeback after being hit hard by COVID. According to figures reported by the Virginia employment commission, more than half of the 125,000 net jobs gained in Virginia over the past year have come in the leisure and hospitality sector from May 2021 to May 2022, the leisure hospitality field gained 64,000 jobs. The comeback in that sector represented a boost of more than 18% in May, Virginia's non farm employment was estimated at more than 4 million that's up 125,000 from a year before. Northern Virginia accounted for almost 44,000 of those additional statewide jobs rising 2.9%, a case of James WTO P news. Money news at 25 and 55 years Greg Jarrett. This is a Bloomberg money match inflation may be making things tough, but there's apparently enough money available for travelers to spend big on luxury, experiential travel. Like Disney offering around the world trip on a private jet over 24 days for just over a hundred grand. I'm free the world in my day. Now, you may not meet many mouse, but you will see all the Disney theme parks across the world and a few other unique sites. Expedia Group CEO Peter kerns has people are ready to spend. People are spending all that pent up savings, the underspend they had on travel for two years. They want to spend it. Sebastian bazin, a core hotel group. The numbers of people who really want to regain control of their life and basically discover new places. It is probably twice faster that it's ever been pre-pandemic. How far will people go, how much will people pay? Space tourism is really here and the demand that we're seeing is huge. Space perspective founder and co CEO Jane pointer. From the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Greg Jarrett on WTO P. Coming up, it's stormy weather for some parts of the east coast for this 4th of July weekend and the Marshalls of the Supreme Court asked officials in Maryland and Virginia to direct police to enforce provisions prohibiting picketing outside the homes of the justices. It's two 26. For Native American children living in

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"early february" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"early february" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You wouldn't look to the science and you know, people even injected themselves with corporate e need really? Did you acknowledge him? Listen, wait, wait, wait. I just want to make sure I heard what you said. Did you say that He injected himself with Clorox. Now, now, you know, he suggests that maybe we could use Explorer. I think I think that you misinterpreted what he said. But that's okay. So let me ask you this. Do you think President Biden Could have at least acknowledged that President Trump had put the vaccination program warp speed on the fast track. I mean, originally they were saying we won't get a vaccine for two with for years. I remember that clearly. Do you remember that? I do remember that night. So you know, I remember when the vaccine is accomplished Still in here when the vaccine was being, um, way a college distributed, Yeah. It would have been a nightmare. Okay, It just would have been a major. Do you think you think that? Let me ask you this question again? I'm not trying to debate you. I'm just trying to see if what sort of a level of fairness we can achieve. When Massachusetts started their vaccine distribution here in early February, didn't go smoothly or was there a lot of problems? There were a lot of problems because Trump he left everything OK, Trump's Trump's fault. Okay, good enough. Go in. If you think that the problems in Massachusetts Well, because the Trump did Trump in Massachusetts decide that they would not be phone banks for folks over 70 75 older and that those folks were sent to figure it out on Derek that computer. Was that Trump that did them. Hey, no, no, no, That's not what I'm saying asking you that whose fault.

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"early february" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"early february" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"And if you look at the range the lowest number that people thought the sentiment might fall to was seventy nine and a half. You had other people that thought. Maybe it can go as high as eighty two point one so that was kind of the range of expectations instead consumer sent them in plunged all the way down to seventy six point two so if this economy is getting so much better why are consumers more worried about the economy now than they were before in fact one of the most interesting parts of the survey had to do with inflation expectations consumers now expect inflation to be up three point three percent year-over-year so looking a year ahead consumers expect that their cost of living is going to be up by three point three percent. Now this is the highest. That consumers have expected inflation to be since the summer of two thousand and fourteen now at the same time. You've got the federal reserve. That isn't worried at all about inflation. The consumers seemed to be worried quite a bit about it. That may be why they're confidence levels are shrinking is because they're worried about a rising cost of living and their correct. I just think they're not worried enough. I think that a year from now the cost of living. We'll have risen by a lot more than three point. Three percent regardless of what the cpi says but member defense is not worried at all. I just talked about it on my last podcast. Powell isn't concerned at all. Here's a case where the consumers are far more likely to be accurate then is fed and in fact. What are the things that powell said about inflation is he said well you know. It's all about expectations. Powell said he's not worried about inflation because he doesn't see rising inflation expectations. Well has he not look at these. Numbers are from the consumer confidence numbers from university of michigan. If this is the biggest inflation highest increase in prices that consumers have expected since july. Two thousand fourteen. Why isn't powell taking that into consideration. Especially since he places so much weight on expectations. Whoa consumers are expecting a lot more inflation. The fed and the fed claims that they couldn't care less if they're not even worried which means that that rate is likely to be even higher and in addition to dealing with the rising cost of living more and more americans continue to lose their jobs or we got the Weekly jobless claims yesterday and the consensus was for an improvement. Meaning that fewer americans would file for unemployment claims then had filed the prior week and they were correct. We did get an improvement but we only got an improvement because of the opera revision to the prior month in fact the actual number that we got was higher than the original number that was reported for the prior week so we actually have more people claiming unemployment benefits than we thought claimed unemployment benefits last week except we were wrong because even more people actually filed than we were originally told the prior week supposedly. Initially we were told that seven hundred. Seventy nine thousand claims were filed now that was revised up to eight hundred and twelve thousand claims. They consensus was for a drop this week. Two seven hundred and sixty thousand. Instead we went to seven hundred ninety three thousand which was a drop but only from the upper lee revised. Eight twelve is actually higher than this seven seventy-nine that people expected us to draw from so the bottom line is the unemployment situation continues to get worse and here. We are in mid february. People are taking vaccines right. This is supposed to be the reopening..

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"early february" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"early february" Discussed on WJR 760

"Overall, it feels like we've been living in a singular variable cove. It is the only one for long enough Now that the damage being done to all other variables that are suffering, like the restaurant industry are surpassing the challenges that we're dealing with uncovered. So I agree with you, I think Governor gets marked on. I'm keeping those numbers down here in relations. Some of other are other states. But it's not the only challenge that this state faces. The suffering and fall out that has come from some of these decisions is real as well. And I'm not sure there's the appropriate balance. In consideration of that. I understand Justin that in some other states, they've actually prioritized vaccinations for the hospitality industry. Yeah, well, we just talked about New York. Listen, New York kept the industry closed, and it has a similar job loss. So what we have here in the industry, So New York prioritized its restaurants and they will be getting vaccinated in early March, because that's what will get the people back out sooner. That's what we'll get the industry back on its feet sooner, the same in Washington, DC, which will be vaccinated against entire workforce in hospitality in early February. We find ourselves not given that similar opportunity here we're looking at late May. If we're lucky is an industry and so we're closed. We don't have any answers exactly how we're going to reopen. And we have no vaccination opportunity to kind of jump. Start that, Uh, we start ups of this industry, especially pretty rough strikes as as an association Michigan Restaurant Lodging Association. Have you put that forward to Our governor and said, Hey, look, this is what they're doing in other states. Can we do that in this state? No, absolutely, and put an offer on the table that I think makes sense. Where listen, There's a lot of hotels with a lot of convention space and banquet space that can't be utilized right now. Let's find a way to partner in these large spaces and get this industry vaccinated soon. I think we can make that partnership work. I think that we could do it soon. Best of luck to you, Justin, we feel your pain. All right. Thank you. Both of you. Thank you. Justin Winslow, president and CEO of the Michigan Restaurant and Lodging Association, Michigan,.

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"early february" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"early february" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He and D. C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke to members of the National Guard earlier today and thank them for their work last week. We're gonna make sure that you're taken care of, but it's important that you take care of us and take care about democracy and take care of this wonderful United States of America. Several 1000 troops will be deployed ahead of the inauguration next week. Prince William County School Board is considering a plan tonight that would keep most students out of the classrooms until April. I have made the argument that we should have been invite now, I will concede to make that argument this evening board Chairman Barbour Latif believes getting shots into the arms of teachers is the key to reopen in classrooms, he tells mornings on the mall. Let's consider delay now from our original February early February for one month. One month gives us time to see how we deployed the vaccine. The county has had the highest positivity rate for covert in all of Northern Virginia. But Latif notes, the lower grades have been opened without a problem. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com and Governor Hogan has announced that the Maryland Department of Public Health confirmed two cases of covert 19 in Maryland, caused by the new stars. Kobe to variant strain called Be 1171 of the two people had traveled internationally. It's believed that person spread it to the other infected Maryland residents. This is the strain from the UK and while it is not been shown to make people's thicker or cause more death, it is more easily passed Others. The good news is Dr Stay. The vaccine will be just as effective against it as theory journals strain of the virus. Hogan says it's critically important to continue to follow standard public protocol and safety measures, including mask wearing hand washing and social distancing. W M. Male news time is 804. I'm sharing Reardon and now Here's your W M A l traffic and weather from the Hadeed carpet cleaning traffic center Langley Park. We're still seeing the inner loop of the Beltway. You slow from right about University Boulevard to get around. The accident that is mainly on the shoulder between University of New Hampshire Avenue. We're also keeping an eye on Route one of Lorton at Giles Run Road, the North bound lanes remain closed. They're filtering two way traffic through the south bound lanes now.

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"early february" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"early february" Discussed on KOMO

"Than some of his counterpart. He came in at the beginning and who is leading in the polls. And when we find that point in early February, when we found voters Take it to the polls to cast their vote. Dukakis in those early primary contact you didn't do so hot, became in fourth place in Iowa and New Hampshire. That's the day that he actually Which is a celebration party and you're there in favour of South Carolina, which was much more favorable fate and end up winning the primary for turning his primary campaign around when With the endorsement of the South Carolina kingmaker, Jamie Cry, Burn and Really, you know, into a resounding victory on the On the votes of African American women in particular on that was when we thought a significant turn around inviting Primary campaign We saw in the 72 hours from their crowd got a lot bigger. There's a lot more excitement we were hidden in the day and all culminated in. Super Tuesday just doesn't know where the mind of 14 states and territories that were up for grabs that day, really putting him back into the thick of it. So it was a rollercoaster throughout the month of February on in March that we saw the former president campaign turn around from looking, but it may be over like he was going to win that nomination. Justin extraordinary turnaround and then an extraordinary pauses. The Corona virus pandemic curtailed campaign activities were speaking with ABC is Molly Nagel, who covered the Biden campaign and now President elect Biden. And we have a new projection to tell you about here at ABC News four days after the counting ABC News, along with Edison Research, which tabulates the exit polls can now project Joe Biden, the winner.

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"early february" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Third Bob Woodward's more from CBS News correspondent Stephen Portnoy. The president bristles at the suggestion. He lied to the public question and the phraseology and in lie, instead, says he was leading by not prompting a panic. That's why he told Bob Woodward. He intentionally downplayed the threat. That doesn't mean I'm going to jump up and down in the air and starts saying people are gonna die. People are gonna die. No. President insists the public knew what he did about the virus in early February. Here in the West, wildfires are still the story. At least 17 people have died in California, Oregon and Washington, and thousands of structures have been destroyed here. CBS's Chris Martinez in Washington state search crews found the body of a one year old and fire filled the morning sky in very Creek, California. About 75 miles north of Sacramento. Heavy smoke has hampered efforts to fly aircraft to fight the giant blaze about 80 miles east of Los Angeles. The Eldorado fire continues to burn after six days. New unemployment numbers were released on Thursday. Mark Hamrick is with bankrate dot com Just a week away, now from the half year mark of sustained an elevated new unemployment claims. This latest number is unchanged from the previous week. At 884,000. This is more than four times Is the average earlier this year in the 11 weeks before the pandemic Mushroom One group being hit very hard by unemployment is young people here, CBS's Mark Strausman 52% of young adults. 26.6 million people now live with their parents. More than 2.5 million have moved in since February, when the pandemic began. We're not renting apartments, not buying houses slowing the economic.

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"early february" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

09:22 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"Woodward Book Rage in addition to all the conversations the president's statements on the pandemic stirred. Even before tonight, there are also new disclosures about which seems to be one of the nation's most closely guarded secrets least according to the president, a new nuclear weapon, the secret it appears no longer. If in fact, it's true all that plus some brutal assessments president trump I two of his top former officials and the president's own over the top opinion of some of his generals. Jimmy Johns L. joins us again with that. So the president is discussing a secret nuclear weapon system with Bob Woodward and it does appear to be true Woodward then went other sources and confirmed it but just to put it in perspective where we have audio from that interview, which we're going to play I, think it's worth knowing this is the very first interview that the president does with Bob Woodward I think he was trying to impress him perhaps but let's just put it in this perspective the president wasn't willing. To level with the American public about COVID. But he was willing to tell Bob Woodward about a new secret nuclear weapon system that he really shouldn't have been telling him about. Here's the interview. But I have built a nuclear weapon. I have built to weapons system weapon system that nobody's ever had in this country before we have stuff that you haven't even seen or heard about we have stuff that Putin and she had never heard about before. There's nobody what we have is incredible. And Tear Point Anderson they've now heard about it. And I mean if he's willing to tell Bob. That to suck up to Bob Woodward in their first meeting who knows what he said to Kim Jong Un, and Vladimir Putin. And he wanted to impress them. It is an interesting point because these eighteen and interviews happen tour in the Oval Office one was it mar-a-lago but the rest were phone calls from the residents late at night sometimes trump would unexpectedly call Woodward at night normally the White House in a normal. White House tape records interviews with reporters I have a feeling that the White House does not know a lot of what president trump said in these interviews to Bob Woodward would also reports on what an aide to General Mattis her the president. Saying the oval, Office about military generals. So just to stress, this aid is named he's on the record he's He was working for General Mattis. He was at a meeting in the Oval Office about a trade deal and just to tell you what he said. He heard was he goes to General Mattis and he says the president said, my effing generals are a bunch of you can read it up on the screen they care more about their alliances than they do about trade deals I'm suing that word is not patsies. Exactly Just just General Mattis. Than Defense Secretary. Mattis he wasn't born yesterday he says to his aid he listens to this story and he said, would you mind writing me an email about that? So he memorialize it in real time knowing Bob Woodward he may very well have a copy of that email. There were some brutal assessments of trump's presidency from pro probably many of those brutal from from many of his former top national security officials, former defense, Secretary James, Mattis we talked about former director of National Intelligence Dan Codes talk about what they told word. So so let me go through a couple of them from then Secretary of Defense General Mattis he is quoted by Woodward saying that trump was dangerous unfit has no moral compass. Also, an interesting story about Defense Secretary Mattis at the time he was so worried that. The United States might get into a hot war with North Korea Woodward recounts these extraordinary scenes where Mattis is going to the National Cathedral, repeatedly to pray because he so worried that he may be put in a position of shooting and killing millions of people, and at the same time, he's actually sleeping in close in shorts and t shirt so that he can get up in the middle of the night. In case there's a launch it it's just extraordinary. Dan Coats then the. Intelligence official director of National Intelligence. One of the most shocking things that Woodward writes about is that Dan Coats held suspicions that. Russia had something on president trump and I just wanted to read a quick part of this. Rights Coats continued to Herbert the secret belief one that had grown rather than lessened although unsupported by intelligence proof that Putin had something on trump how else to explain the president's behavior coats could see no other explanation and Woodward writes that coats found it remarkable that the top national intelligence official felt this way. Now Jimmy Gingell. Thanks for the reporting. It's just a it's really. stonings. Joining us now retired Lieutenant James Clapper. He's the former director of national intelligence colonel and it serves as a senior national security analyst. He's the author of facts and fears hard truth from a life in intelligence. Clapper. I'm the fact that the president is bragging to Bob Woodward about a secret nuclear I guess top secret or even higher nuclear weapons program just for Me National Security Perspective does that concern you? Of course Anderson it's pretty egregious because if the where we was talking to. Ever mentioned it to the Russians of the Chinese Day. For sure or going to intensify their until his efforts find out what what he's talking about if they don't already know about it. And, of course, as usual. His taken credit for military capabilities that at least were begun. Long before he arrived. So this is a you know really reprehensible on several lows. I'm wondering also your reaction to the president's broadside against his generals. Jimmy put up the quote of of what he He had said and was told to Madison the and also the care more lines is the more about alliances than than trade deals. You know obviously, it comes amid the most recent controversies. The quotes that the Atlantic has has reported the president said about. Service members who have died as well as generals, and now the president talking about the military industrial complex when his own defense secretary comes from a Raytheon was a lobbyist. Well, this is just near stunning reinforcement of the president's real disdain for the military. And this is part of a long pattern that preceded. The shocking Atlantic article in the allegations about His remarks about although soldiers who have given paid the all twice. So now we have yet more reinforcement. With the Bob Woodward. Book. And by the way attached to me. The having been on the receiving end of Bob, Woodward interviews for two or three of his books I can attest to skilled interrogator is and his ability as a talented get people to say things, and then to allowed to be recorded as incredible to me it just just the height adjustable. So this. Kind of makes the Watergate tapes Pale. You're clearly not from New York New York. was quits book, but I won't go into that off. So. Let me ask you what do you make of the Woodward reporting that former denied Dan Coats believes that Putin has something on on trump although I mean he makes clear the book series. He doesn't have any intelligence on that, but it just a belief that remained with coats. I think This. Also significant because to my knowledge, this is the first time Dan has. Interviewed with any when anyone in the media to talk about experience and the administration. Until I take whatever dance says saw a up to take very seriously. And, and so I think and of course, this has been a concern from.

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"early february" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

Anderson Cooper 360

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360

"His. Absolute dereliction. In which he ignores the national security of the United States ignores the health and safety of the people of this country in which he knowingly. Covers up what can cause tens of thousands of deaths there's never been a stunning moment captured on tape by leader. These are these are the Watergate tapes. This is something we've never had in our history. We've never had a president with this kind of attitude about the health and safety of the American people willing for his own reelection efforts to just throw away lives. This is the ultimate felony by President of the United States Abby. I mean it's interesting. You know. What Carlson is is interesting. If you think about if this had been a foreign invasion coming if as the president has said, it was if this had been a hurricane coming and the president had said, you know at the time to Bob Woodward while I don't Wanna I don't WanNa panic anybody about this hurricane. So I'm just going to say it's a Category One tropical storm and not really you know has the potential to really grow no, we don't do that we. People are informed about what the potential is and people again rise the occasion. Do you think it makes any difference? I mean so many times it's presidents phase controversy without real political consequences. Do you think it's going to be different this? We'll. Anderson. As. You're saying that the sad part about what you said is that we've actually had an example of the president trying to. Literally sharpie his way into a different version of the heard about and This is a real thing that has actually happened where the president creates his own reality The one that he thinks fits his. Reelection prospects political prospects best, and this is just another version of that involving the corona virus the consequences of which one hundred and nine hundred thousand people have lost their lives. But as far as whether this matters I mean, you know speaking to people around the president's campaign in his campaign they kind of basically chalk this up to another bad new cycle one of many by the way that he's had in several weeks and that after a couple of days a couple of weeks, this is going to all blow away. This is the pattern that they are used to since going back to two thousand sixteen. That there is a cycle of controversy and the president is able to either write it out or another controversy comes their way. What's different though about this is that this is a crisis that is going to be with the American people for a long time. This is a once in a one hundred year event for this country it will be written about in the history books. Indeed this is the first version of the history books and I don't think that it's something that's just GonNa blow away. This is what the election is going to be about and I think this one really is going to stick. Gore president trump had to campaign events yesterday bringing together hundreds.

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"early february" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:29 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on KOMO

"The sobering news here, it predicts. If 95% of us would just wear a mask, 40,000 fewer people will die. But the advice and in many cases, mandate is falling on deaf ears. For many 20 somethings like Jay, I would not like to waste my summer sitting inside my house. He's out with his friends, No mask, no social distancing and no regard for rules. If we go back in the clothes like stage one, whatever. I'm still going to go out at all twentysomethings feel the same. Matthew is an exception until someone you know or close to you dies like it Israel and it's killed a lot of people. Spokane County recently revealed most of its new covert cases are in those age 35 younger Pierce County reports a disproportionately high number of positives among those in their twenties. Brian Calvert Camo News, the two Layla Bingo and Slots Hall reopens a week from today. It's been closed nearly four months because the virus, the Everett Herald reports that you'll have to have your temperature taken and where a mask inside only 300 people allowed in procession, and they'll have to sit six feet apart unless they're from the same household in late May, the to Layla tribes Quil, Ceda Creek Casino and Tulip Resort Casino, both reopened. New research has reignited the discussion over how our immune systems deal with covert 19 We get more from comas. Greg Herschel, Infectious to see specialist Dr Simone Weil's from South Shore Health in Massachusetts, explains what they found in the study in Oxford. Was that the immune the antibody response didn't last long, and it wasn't as strong. However, what they didn't really point out is that if the antibody is Wayne, then the other cells, the memory cells can kick in and start Tio. Affect the virus. That's there. When it comes to the question of reopening schools, Dr Wilde says Children are less susceptible to severe cases of the virus. But she's more concerned about the family members at home who could catch the disease from them. She says She's definitely concerned about opening schools too soon. Greg Hirsch Old Co. Moh news port of Paul's Bo Commission share Mark DeSalvo is resigning after he was arrested for vandalising a memorial to a man who was shot and killed by police in 2019. DeSalvo pleaded not guilty to account of second degree malicious mischief and kits up County Superior Court on Monday. In a statement released by the port, they didn't directly address the weekend incident where Paul's male police officers say they found him smashing glass candles at the memorial for Stone Child chief Stick at the park. The kid stepson reports that DeSalvo is the longest serving of the commissioner's a grim assessment of bowing from the president of one of the companies, a major clients. Here's almost Bill O'Neill with details. Hemorrhoids President Tim Clark says the Corona virus pandemic couldn't have come at a worse time for Boeing, eclipsing the issues with the 7 37 Max is the biggest challenge of the company has ever faced Combined. The two in Clark describes Boeing is a very stricken company. Clark says his airline is now in talks with Boeing to delay the delivery of any triple seven ex jets until 2022. The Seattle Times reports. Emirates also wants to swap out some of the Jets ordered with smaller 787 Dreamliners. First deliveries of the Triple Seven X had been scheduled for this year. But issues at Boeing combined with a pandemic, push that back by a year below. Neil Camo news, Amazon believe it or not, is still hiring. There just aren't as many openings as there were before the pandemic. Como's Frank Lindsay reports. Over the past five months, Amazons job listings have dropped by about 19% worldwide, but there are still 30,000 job postings. 7300 of them are in Seattle. That's more than any other single location. But back in early February, there were 11,500 postings in Seattle. The fact that Seattle is a technology hub has insulated it from the overall decline in the job market. Professional staffing firm Robert half tells The Seattle Times In the past week, I've been about 1000 new technology job openings posted, and that's been the case for a while. But pre pandemic that number was about 1500 a week. Pandemic drove a lot of business to Amazon, which made 175,000 temporary hires this past spring. Frank Lindsay Comeau NEWS Come on news time. Now 12 10 It's time for an update on sports from the Harley Exteriors Sports desk. The Return of two stars gives the storm a shot at another championship. The Seattle storm have begun workouts in Florida, where they're isolated in preparation for the W N B a season which for them Begins July 25th with a matchup against New York. All teams were sequestered at the I Am G Academy and Braydon in Florida with a return of Rianna Stuart and Sue Bird from injuries. A storm considered one of the favorites to win the title. As to the N BA practices continue under the so called bubble in Orlando, Florida will they make it to the beginning of the season? ESPN N. BA reporter Mallika Andrew says officials are aiming for a specific dates. The dates that I've been given that everybody sort of has circled is the 29th they say if things are still smooth. This smooth and this smooth sailing by then they'll feel pretty good about the durability of the bubble moving into games and moving forward there. Maybe fans in the stands a T Mobile park this season after all, sort of the Mariners announcing their seat fleet and virtual cheers programs. Deceitfully program allows you for $30 to submit a photo of yourself, which will be turned into a cardboard cut out and placed in one of the lower bowl seats in the Ballpark two as the club rights bring a little ambience to the game experience. In fact of a foul ball hits your cut out, the club will send that ball to you. The virtual Cheers program invites fans to record short videos of cheering, chanting or even singing take me out to the ballgame. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to nonprofit organizations supporting covert 19 relief efforts. By the way, the Mariners will once again have another interest squad game, coming up this afternoon at 2 45 in.

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"early february" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"All the women out there we do some of that we want to fix up the men in our life just a little bit however when we talk about doctor doctor Katie is a doctor herself in the medical field yeah radiologists via then you're a financial advisor a fiduciary and founder of talon wealth management and what I have learned from hanging out with you guys is that for whatever reason she doesn't go to you for financial advice I think she kind of wants to prove you wrong she's the most competitive person I've ever met in my entire life issue is bad I mean I you know that it is herself yeah so maybe that doesn't make for a while the other thing you get I mean I guess if you put things in context so she has to deal with me on on a daily basis outside of work well I thank you for that and I think I'm all that but I tell you what she doesn't do she doesn't listen to our radio show on the weekend mashed ended now well you know she just kinda it that to begin she deals with it she sees me everyday yeah marginally hurt me you know the radio on the weekend you know listen to me some more so the newness is worn off from doing this a long time right yes so so anyway but yeah we are are different it's not that she doesn't come to me for financial advice it's just that she thinks differently about you know investing thank you and so I you know talking about this with you just in the context of it's very real and I want you know my family is a lot like other people's families right I mean I meet couples all the time and they a lot of times feel very very differently about investing and and how they do things so and it's no different for financial advisors you know just because I'm a financial adviser doesn't mean that your family doesn't have the same type of stuff that's something that Katie's shoes very much wants to kind of do it on our own and shelters will have ideas but it was telling his story and I thought this is pretty interesting several months ago she was frustrated with interest rates at the banks and stuff like that because she's traditionally been she'd she does well and but she's been really really conservative about investing she wasn't particularly invested in the stock market and she's not a big risk taker and just what wasn't raised that way and she's pretty conservative with investing in Chile's entry to really low and again this is a conversational of other couples are having like what we do with our money the the the interest rates are so low if I just leave it at the bank I got like one percent and so this was about the time that markets and so often I get from my guy said something to her we were on a actually right before everything happened we were on a ski trip in early February and it wasn't me talking about markets it was them talking about more so than if you get the idea for me and the social finally she asked me so what what do you think if I did this so I you know I laid it out for things were starting to soften and things were great and the Dallas we often said he listened he ask me I'll tell ya I think if you put your money in the market I think doubt was around twenty thousand at that point you know and I just I don't see how you get just a sample of us well I don't I don't have a crystal ball I am Acadiana item and twenty percent at this point after this big sell off and that's a lot more than one person at the bank you're young enough I mean I said you do you really need the money what you can do it if you don't put on my well I don't need it right now okay fine so she did that this is our asking your questions and she's kinda interested because things are going pretty well now right now certainly she's an expert right investigators she's been doing it for about two weeks and and things are going good and then she starts going to day trading and then we started talking about some other investments with oil and stuff like that the bottom line she didn't work out well she let motion of the investing sort of takeover in to shorten the story she got irritated that she had bought this one ETF higher than it was trading for like a week later and she kept trying to average were positioned downlights and Katie just don't do that just just be happy with the fact that you know hopefully six months from now a year for us can be worth more now that's worth a little bit less right now averaging at low trained our in do you know so anyway long story short I told you were on vacation last week and research and I said Hey listen that position that you've been buying up with the news that just came out was literally up cash and think it was twenty percent or something like in a day and and by the way was it when I got Pat myself on the back but I did plant the seed for the idea for this particular thing for her to do right she had sold shoes out to spend so much time trying to average lower and the pitches rockets of and then the next day it's up another ten rating you know it's so she's just that I'm not it's not funny I feel bad for but again it's just an example of she let the emotion of the investing and feeling like she always had that with the absolute low before she set in and I was just unlike KDM literally borderline now psychologists but kind of you know I mean I give people advice on emotions about investing all the time and we just wanna make smart decisions and her case a smart decision you know she had bought it at a good price it was a good thing I probably ever going up was very very high she should have just been happy and moved on with it and and she did it now she's kicking herself so I don't know the end of that story maybe we can update in a couple months or whether she goes back or not just tells me to go pound sand but they're a yeah I think it's going to be the latter there but probably only because she's competitive but it's interesting to hear because a lot of people do relate to that some people think that they can figure it out on their own and they may or may not have success with that but it's important to know that you do have someone that can be on your side and help.

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"early february" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We like all of that we've been telling you all of the fight that is going on he got now the beginnings of a showdown our people are just not listening to a lot of these politicians let's see what happens for example in Huntington beach some states did very well in terms of their coverage I think probably the best ends up being with the largest elderly population is run the sentence media Lees said okay boom let's go to the most vulnerable population in Florida how you let the spring breakers stay out there too long okay he was busy taking care of the people that were most vulnerable remember very early on there was well there's no risk for young people that's what the experts were telling us just like the new York toilet paper times was saying in early February who says it's not safe to travel to China yeah and then by the end of February they were calling it the trump virus and if you're feeling awful you know who to blame now they pretty much blame everybody but themselves I wonder if anybody well you never know Woodley from them anyway wonder if they took their advice to the new York toilet paper times and took that safelite the China that they thought was so safe and early February yeah that would have been a really dumb idea I'm sure they'll be referred out retracting any day now anyway see see all over New York I can tell you the people are leaving it is the single biggest the Bakul you know between mandating well first the advice in early March by all of New York government out save with New York is world okay we have the best health care system in the world.

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"early february" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"early february" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Now trending on news ninety three point one K. of BK there is a new poll out this morning and it shows Bernie Sanders has opened up a ten point lead over Joe Biden in the poll by morning consul Sanders has twenty nine percent support by nineteen percent Bloomberg eighteen percent rejects comes in at eleven with Warren at ten percent in this new poll well the country's health minister is announcing a second novel coronavirus death outside of China in Japan the patient a woman in her eighties had been hospitalized in Tokyo since early February after she developed symptoms of the virus the only other death from the outbreak outside of China happened in the Philippines so we're joined now by ABC's Tom rivers to discuss the current state of events surrounding the corona virus people really want to now are we getting accurate information out of China well it kind of moving money here the goal post little bit Christina up until now the numbers the Chinese officials say were based upon getting positive results back from the lab and we see in the last twenty four hours a big spike in some of those numbers they're changing the methodology and I think it actually does make sense they're also going to throw in to those lists individual visual but clinics that doctors say and and determine that yes the person is shown up here with you know severe flu or potentially an ammonia in without waiting to get that the lab results back they're gonna Chuck those on to list as as a potential or as a confirmed case of coronavirus so the numbers a little bit inflated we got because they're they're they're changing the way the count of from this point forward but yeah the numbers are are still increasing day in day out and the latest caseload if you want to call it that most reason China's about sixty four thousand cases right now and nearly one thousand four hundred deaths and as you say most of those in China on the mainland there are questions time not only in in media reports all across the globe but even you know members of Congress now are beginning to question the ID the validity the accuracy of what China is telling us I mean in order to to what degree will that does this go a little bit deeper in terms of maybe even governmental investigations that Tom I wanted to add to that but before you answer this this video that's out there of Arkansas senator Tom cotton making comments about the virus I mean even speculating that it started in the Chinese government lab I mean so these are out there these things are out there what are you hearing about any of that yeah we we were not mailing it to the wall you know we've been hearing and been saying that on the internet for a few days that something escape from a lab but until you can nail it down you know you you're you're no better than anybody else throwing anything out there in the the internet if there's some facts there that would be that would be important that would be great but certainly we're not there yet one interesting medical expert here but Lancaster university that was saying modeling based upon those individual cases not reported by the Chinese but those numbers outside of China okay independent of China extrapolated from there and by his methodology he says that there are more cases van are being reported okay so he says that there there are more cases out there not that the Chinese are maybe fudging the numbers confirmed cases but he says based upon his own you have to lose all of the numbers and working from the cases outside he says working backwards he says look the numbers are in fact higher all right Tom thanks so much ABC's Tom rivers live for us with the very latest on the reporting of the coronavirus let's get up to the roads right now check in with Brian.

"early february" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"early february" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Hour from townhall dot com. Patrick thaws. President Trump says he won't returning over his tax returns to the House Ways and means committee requested until such time as I'm not under ordered. I would not be inclined to do that. Mr. Trump added. We're under audit. I'm always under ordered it seems, but I guess when you have a name you your audited during his campaign. The president refused to release his tax returns. Breaking the tradition of previous presidential candidates. Senate Republicans have approved a rule change that will make it easier to approve non-cabinet level. Trump nominations majority leader Mitch McConnell, accusing Democrats of a concerted effort to block the president's nominees. Just because they wish our president. Or not are pro the rule change drastically cuts debate time for most executive nominees and lower level district court. Judges minority leader Chuck Schumer, what leader McConnell, President Trump and Republicans in the Senate or trying to do is use the courts to adopt a far-right agenda that Republicans. No, they cannot enact through the legislative process. Humor. Calling two hours of debate on a lifetime appointment unacceptable. Capitol hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes Virginia. Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax says he is making public the results of the polygraph test. He took for a few claims made against him by two women. I voluntarily submitted to a polygraph test, by nationally respected political with regards the allegations of each accuser, I passed each of those tests on the very first try. Today aren't providing the full report of the polygraph experts report to the public Fairfax offered as accounts of encounters with Tyson and Meredith Watson who had early February publicly accused Virginia Democrat of sexual assault. Fairfax disputed specific details of their claims Moore these stories at townhall dot com. Did you know that distracted driving is the number.

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"early february" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"early february" Discussed on 600 WREC

"And radio. Download the free iheartradio app today. This has been the year of snow for the west region. That's battled drought on an offer more than a decade in the Rockies Sierra, Nevada. And cascades ski centers have had record snowfall and say attendance is up. Seattle was virtually shut down by its biggest snowstorm in decades early. February Wall Street Journal reporter Jim Carlton paid a visit to Nevada. Jim would you see Gordon it's really strange because I was at the in Las Vegas ski resort called Lee canyon. And last year, they only have like six inches of snow manmade. So it's pretty terrible skin. And we had like four runs open this year. They've had like a almost two hundred twenty seven runs are open. Craziest like great powder. It's like being in Colorado. And so anyway, it's all over the western happening Santa Fe, New Mexico. They're having record snow. Tahoe is incredible. There's like fifty feet of snow fall on some of the resorts fifty feet. And you know, Montana, just you name it. There's great skiing in the west this year. It's but in a place that gets inconsistent snow, how do you manage that? You know, knowing like supplies to order ahead of the season or personnel to have on standby. It seems like an impossible task come out the haves and have nots door resorts like Brian head and Utah. Heavenly in Tahoe. The have a man made snow, and so.

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"early february" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"early february" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"A cold the lowest seventeen mostly sunny tomorrow, a high of forty three forty eight mostly sunny on Saturday, mostly sunny, Sunday, a high of fifty four from a dog accidentally flooding a living room to a dog taking a joyride we've covered it talked to farmers. We know what to because we've seen a thing or two we are. Although underwritten by farmer's truck fire insurance exchange center affiliates available in every state. Away out. I'm Lisa lacerra, Fox News. President Trump with the suggestion that could bring some lawmakers to the table and end the thirty four day old government shutdown or the idea suggested as they open it they pay a pro rated down payment for the wall, which I think people will agree that you need you need the world. In fact, I see a lot of the Democrats are up almost all of them are breaking say look wall. So good was good. But house speaker Nancy Pelosi didn't seem receptive to the idea. When asked about it by reporters, saying she didn't think that would be a reasonable arrangement. This after the Senate couldn't reach an agreement on two bills. That would have ended the shutdown. Fox's Jared Halpern. Live on Capitol Hill, a pair of votes failed to advance to competing proposals to end the government shutdown the Senate blocked legislation based off President Trump's border wall proposal fifty to forty seven that was short of the sixty votes needed. A second proposal from Democrats extended current government funding through early February. It also fell. Fifty two to forty four but found support from six Senate Republicans groups a bipartisan senators are now meeting behind closed doors working on potential compromises, including top Republican and democrat Mitch McConnell and Schumer who met after those failed votes. Lisa the US ordering some diplomats out of Venezuela. The embassy remains open as the turmoil. There continues Venezuelan suffer for far too long. We know what they know that the tyranny of the now defunct Madera regime has far too long for for too long, choke the country and its citizens secretary state, Mike Pompeo speaking at the organization of American states in Washington Venezuela's dictator Nikolai dictator nNcholas Maduro has ordered all of his diplomats out of the West End says he will close all diplomatic outposts here. This is Fox News..

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"early february" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"early february" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"To end the shutdown and Lisa Brady, Fox News. Neither one winning enough crossovers to stay alive in the US Senate boxes Jared Halpern live on Capitol Hill, a pair of votes failed to advance to competing proposals to the government shutdown the Senate blocked legislation based on President Trump's border wall proposal fifty to forty seven short of the sixty votes needed. West Virginia's Joe Manchin was the only democrat to vote. Yes. On the procedural motion. Republicans Mike Lee and Tom cotton both voted no a second proposal from Democrats extending current government funding into early. February also fell short fifty two to forty four but found support from six Senate Republicans Lisa. Thanks jared. Earlier today. President Trump tweeting another pledge not to cave on his support for the wall late were that Florida's top elections. Official secretary estate, Michael or towel has resigned. Just after testifying about election lawsuits before state legislative committee. The sudden resignation comes after a Florida newspaper obtained pictures of him in black face posing as a Hurricane Katrina victim at a Halloween party fourteen years ago, two months after the deadly storm Venezuela's elected President Nicolas Maduro keeps trying to give orders a day after the US recognized opposition leader one Guido as the new interim president for debate is done. The regime of former President Nicolas Maduro is illegitimate. Secretary of state, Mike Pompeo d'oro has just ordered all Venezuelan diplomats to come home from the US and says he's closing the embassy, but the US has so far ignored his demand for American diplomats to leave Venezuela arguing he doesn't have the thorny to expel them. Medeiros opponents say his election was fraudulent and not legal on Wall Street a mixed finish the Dow down twenty two.

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