37 Burst results for "Early This Year"

Virginia Governor's Race Was About Education

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:59 sec | 2 hrs ago

Virginia Governor's Race Was About Education

"Governor, when I was with these young Republican candidates, and they were mostly young. I said to him, I watched Glenn youngkin win, and there were two secrets. Susie youngkin, who was out there at the early voting thing, a whole family was involved, and then he talked incessantly about education. What do you think Republicans at every level? Ought to be telling voters of every sort demographic age and income about education. The first thing they should say is parents matter and there's no clearer message that over the last few years, left liberal Democrats have been trying to systematically intervene with bureaucrats and politicians and replace parents role in their kids lives. And that has been clear my opponent Terry McAuliffe stated it clearly as an objective. And let me tell you, this isn't Republicans versus Democrats. This is virginians in Americans who are saying no way. It's my kid. And so systematically, we have to make sure that every candidate understands parents matter.

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Fresh "Early This Year" from WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh "Early This Year" from WTOP 24 Hour News

"Velocity. Learn more at contrast security dot com. You're listening to WTO pneumo. It's one 23, the foam farmers almanac winter weather predictions are out if you believe them. It's going to be a very cold, early next year. The big news is the 20th to the 23rd of January. Sandy Duncan with the farmer's almanac. We're calling for some bitter cold conditions with many single digit and sub zero temperatures. The almanac also calls for Christmas to be wet, approaching New Year's Eve expect a few snow flurries that transition to rain, snow shovels come into play the third week of the new year. The almanac's prediction formula dates back to 1818, it's based on sunspot activity position of the planets and tidal action of the moon. And how the moon

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No Tube: London subway hit by strike, day after rail walkout

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 3 hrs ago

No Tube: London subway hit by strike, day after rail walkout

"London underground workers have gone on strike a day after a similar strike by rail workers who are all demanding pay increases to offset soaring food and energy price hikes no subway trains were running on most of London's tube lines because of the strike transport for London spokesperson advised customers not to travel on the tube at all transit unions are accusing the British government of meddling in employee affairs They say the conservative government are preventing train companies from making better employment offers The government denies involvement but says rail companies need to cut costs and staffing after two years in which emergency government funding kept them afloat Karen Chammas London

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Nationals rally against Darvish, Hader to beat Padres 3-1

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 4 hrs ago

Nationals rally against Darvish, Hader to beat Padres 3-1

"Nelson Cruz's base is loaded walk broke a one one tie in the 9th inning as the Washington Nationals beat the San Diego Padres three to one What began as a pitcher's duel between annabelle Sanchez and yu Darvish dominated the game with Sanchez going 5 innings allowing just a solo home run to Manny Machado Today was the first time to a whole year that I'm able to throw every single page in any spark So when I'm able to do that I can get those kind of games The Padres lead for the third and final wild card spot in the national league was trimmed to one game over the Milwaukee Brewers Philip gon San Diego

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Doctors stay in Ukraine's war-hit towns: 'People need us'

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 7 hrs ago

Doctors stay in Ukraine's war-hit towns: 'People need us'

"Ukraine's healthcare system which had already suffered from corruption mismanagement and the pandemic has deteriorated even more rapidly since the start of the war As she shows AP journalists the way into the hospital had doctor Elon Abu tova takes them down damaged corridors her feet cracking shattered glass as she walks the hospital is in the kharkiv region on the border with Russia an area that has suffered greatly during the war but we had a 120 men before the start of the war This included not only medical personnel but also service personnel At the moment 47 people remain with us Ukraine's health system paralyzed by extensive war damage and a massive exodus of people is being propped up by volunteers and doctors who refuse to leave 79 year old van der bendo rosca was one of the patients saved by volunteers her son was killed by a Russian artillery attack and her home destroyed in the war There is no one to help me no place to live no child Everything was ever come and nothing was left behind I'm Karen Chammas

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New Data Indicates We're in A "Housing Recession"

The Trish Regan Show

01:21 min | 7 hrs ago

New Data Indicates We're in A "Housing Recession"

"Anyway, going back to the home sales numbers because this is interesting. They fell for the 6th straight month. That's actually when you look at it the longest streak of declines in more than 8 years. And it makes sense, right? Because mortgage rates are going up, they have to go up, given what the fed is doing, and so people can't afford as much house. The mortgage rate is higher. That means you're paying more in interest. So naturally, home prices would have to pull back. So sales have previously owned homes they dipped 5.9% in July from the previous month coming out of a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.81 million. This is according to the national association of realtors, which revealed this on Thursday. That is the weakest pace of sales. Since November of 2015, you got to go back a few years there. And that's by the way, taking out that three month period when we first went into March 2020, right? And things were really scary and you saw this huge drop off in home sales then, which was totally reversed and turned around almost instantaneously because people were like, wait a second, you know, I'm working from home now. I need a bigger, a bigger home with a home office and people poured their money in their savings into real estate. And the question now is whether or not that will continue.

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Jonah Hill Can No Longer Take Making Public Appearances

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:17 min | 9 hrs ago

Jonah Hill Can No Longer Take Making Public Appearances

"Jonah Hill will no longer be participating in any public events or press to promote his future projects. Did you hear that? He's not gonna promote them. Not even his upcoming documentary called stunts. He directed it. And it explores Jonah Hill's long-standing journey with therapy, anxiety, and panic attacks. And he said, I finished directing my second film, a documentary about me and my therapist, which explores mental health in general called stutz, the whole purpose of making this film as they give therapy and the tools I've learned in therapy to a wide audience for private use through an entertaining film. And to that I say, isn't it obvious those tools aren't working? If you can't talk about the film, then the tools are not working, Jonah. He continued. Through this journey of self discovery within the film, I've come to the understanding that I've spent nearly 20 years experiencing anxiety attacks, which are exacerbated by media appearances in public facing events. Oh, bullshit. I don't buy it. This guy's such a softie. Remember he couldn't take his shirt off for a while. He told everybody I can't take my shirt off, I was throwing my 30s. When he went to swimming, he said he's very grateful that the personal documentary was gonna premiere at a prestigious film festival this fall. And he noted his excitement to share the project with the public with the hope that it will help those struggling. How do you think those who are struggling will feel about you who is clearly struggling and the fact that you can afford a big time therapist with all the money you make is something's not right here, something that jiving. You won't see me at out there promoting this film or any of my other upcoming films. While I take this important step to protect myself, I know it's so scary, it's so scary. Those people with the cameras and the those vicious women who work for Entertainment Tonight are different magazines. Unbelievable.

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How the Vietnam War Influenced Colin Powell's Leadership Style

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:39 min | 9 hrs ago

How the Vietnam War Influenced Colin Powell's Leadership Style

"Some who may remember or not remember from my generation Colin Powell was one that we remembered greatly as a general. He was joint chiefs, a chairman. He was also the national security adviser, but he was joint chiefs during the first Gulf War. That was where he really rose to prominence him and schwarzkopf, sourced cough again being the general on the ground. And we may do something on him later on as well. He's a lot of wisdom came from his time. We're dealing with leadership with Powell, schwarzkopf, and these others who came out of the Vietnam era. These were folks who saw what happened in Vietnam and really sometimes the disaster that really happened with our troops and with our mission there. They saw the problems that developed with the political aspect and political nature of what was going on in Vietnam. And it really affected them all throughout their career. I mean, these were 30 plus year careers that ended in the 90s for many of them that, you know, coming off of that experience of Vietnam and never left them. This is important to understand when you take a leader like Colin pile. You take a leader like Norman Schwarzkopf. You take some of these leaders who are influenced by own the ground, combat, in Vietnam, you see how later on the gulf, the first Gulf War with Iraq was really influenced by that by the whole build up, the massive use of force. The idea that you don't go in unless you can achieve a victory with massive dominance. This is a doctrine that sort of came out of that Vietnam era. And it was based on those who had to live through what happened in Vietnam and they

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Matt Peterson and Charlie on the Gravitational Pull Against Wokeism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | 13 hrs ago

Matt Peterson and Charlie on the Gravitational Pull Against Wokeism

"Of my theories about what corporations is that in the year of 2020, you had some simultaneous, let's say, influxes of really bad ideas, hatred of Donald Trump, lockdowns, a yearning for meaning, but also cheap money. And one of the theories that I've been putting forward is that when you have artificially high profits and you have tech companies in particular that just exploded during a reaction to the pandemic, that you have a lot of money floating around to subsidize bloated HR departments. However, when the economy starts to crater a little bit, and budgets need to be cut in HR departments to be kind of scaled back, the wookies are going to be maybe laid off and not treated as nicely and kindly. Am I misguided there? Do you think there might be finally some gravitational pull against wokeism? Yes and no. I mean, I think there is some evidence that this has been going on. But radically depends on the kind of corporation you're talking about. Let me give you an example. I mean, I think there's a lot of big corporations like, say, Verizon, I think it's a good example. It's hopelessly woke, it's sort of like, it's just being cannibalized. Over time, I don't think they care in a way. And something like Disney, for instance, as well. They've lost a lot, but I see them as on a suicidal course that they're not going to recover from. They're not going to fire all their woke creatives. On the other hand, there's other businesses that this gives the people, if there's not people who realize the problem, this gives them ammo to help to scale and trim back. But unfortunately, I don't think it's enough to reverse the cultural revolution, although it can be useful to people in those businesses who are engaged in the fight.

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Fresh "Early This Year" from News, Traffic and Weather

News, Traffic and Weather

00:32 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fresh "Early This Year" from News, Traffic and Weather

"For persons with minor children. The program has been called a national model for reaching out to the homeless and poverty stricken, the work continues. John libertine, northwest news radio. This week, we went from an endless summer to reports a third la Nina is headed our way this winter. A so called triple dip la Nina has only happened twice before since 1950. Dev macmillan is with the national weather service. We could see, you know, where the conditions above our snowpack and the cascades, just a more active weather pattern. Colder temperatures are expected from December through February. Halloween has not come early this year, but Ryan Harris tells us it might feel like that around the Washington state convention center with emerald city Comic-Con happening now

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Police: Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 17 hrs ago

Police: Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains

"Police say a Pennsylvania man tried to buy stolen human remains A Pennsylvania man has been charged with abuse of a corpse receiving stolen property and other charges after police say he allegedly tried to buy stolen human remains from an Arkansas woman for possible resale on Facebook a spokeswoman for the university of Arkansas for medical sciences and Little Rock confirmed that the remains were to be donated to the university's facilities Leslie Taylor says the remains were instead stolen by a female mortuary employee and sold 40 year old Jeremy Polly was arrested by police in east pennsboro township Pennsylvania on a Facebook page under his name Polly has posted pictures of bags and stacks of femurs and has a page he uses to market body parts Investigators allege the poly arranged to pay the Arkansas woman $4000 for the body parts through Facebook Messenger I'm Lisa dwyer

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Your Taxes Will Be Funding Classroom Culture Wars

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 18 hrs ago

Your Taxes Will Be Funding Classroom Culture Wars

"Let me explain it to you this way Massive amounts of money were spent by the federal government to subsidize the unions and their members And you from here forth will be paying for that With your taxes We'll be paying for that with your taxes Some spending choices have fallen squirrelly at the intersection of COVID-19 And classroom culture wars Schools in California spent 1.5 billion on teacher training that included implicit bias training New York pledged to center its COVID-19 relief spending decisions on diversity equity and inclusion Significant portion of the federal funding was earmarked for online teaching Which of course the point was to get away from this Washington D.C. public schools received 87 million in the second round of relief funding But D.C. public schools did not reopen for full-time In person learning for the rest of that academic year In fact the district did not end its hybrid remote learning model until the fall of 2021 Despite having taken in by that point more than $300 million an extra federal funding Then there's luxury projects And whitewater Wisconsin one school district used 2 million in federal stimulus funding it received to cover the normal operating expenses and its budget This trick officials then used the money that had been freed up to build synthetic turf football baseball and softball fields at the schools

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How Schools Spent Their Billions in Stimulus Money

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 18 hrs ago

How Schools Spent Their Billions in Stimulus Money

"The widen family senator wine who's a radical leftist has profited mightily From the large jest that he votes for Then there's this at restoring America Follow the money how school spent their billions in COVID-19 relief funds by Sarah Westwood investigative reporter Schools raked in a 190 billion from COVID-19 relief funds Education advocates argued we desperately need them More than two years into the recovery some schools have not yet spent Piles of cash Congress handed them Through three separate stimulus bills Three separate They received aim for the federal government in three batches over the course of the pandemic The first tranches they called from the cares that cares act the president Trump signed and March 2020 That was 13.2 billion Then 54.3 billion then a 122 billion Roughly 60% of the districts analyzed planned to put their stimulus funds largely or entirely toward teachers Including retraining them and giving them some pay raises to increase retention Now that's raised concerns about how the schools will adjust when the last of the stimulus funds run out

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Justice Dept.: 3 men charged in Whitey Bulger's killing

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 19 hrs ago

Justice Dept.: 3 men charged in Whitey Bulger's killing

"Three men including a mafia hitman have been charged in a killing of notorious Boston crime boss James whitey bulger in the West Virginia prison I Norman hall the Justice Department says charges were filed against folios Freddie G us Paul de caldero and Sean McKinnon They come nearly four years after bulger's killing Bulger was beaten to death at USP Hazleton in October 2018 hours after he was transferred from a prison in Florida He had been serving a life sentence there for 11 murders and other crimes Bulger who ran the largely Irish mob in the 1970s and 80s served as an FBI informant He later became one of the nation's most wanted fugitives and was on the run for 16 years I Norman hall

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Biden Is Taking Credit for 'Reduced' Gas Prices & 'Zero' Inflation

Mark Levin

01:52 min | 19 hrs ago

Biden Is Taking Credit for 'Reduced' Gas Prices & 'Zero' Inflation

"Now they're taking credit for reduced gasoline prices Now this is how it works You are paying a buck 50 for a gown of gas right Now you're paying what three 50 three 43 80 depending on where you live And they tell you gas prices have come down This is how they stupefy you They've come down from what $5 and $50 $5 and 50 cents a gallon They've come down from that 19 months ago I was paying a buck 50 Well now you're paying three 50 Live with it It's okay Doesn't matter Prices are coming down And inflation is actually zero Month to month at zero Oh that's weird I'm paying off a lot for food And clothing an interest rate because it's not zero It's never going to be zero because they change They lie that's what the Democrats they lie and they lie And they're good at it They have nothing Ponzi Ponzi scheme Ponzi is nothing on the Democrats Inflation's at 8.5% to consumers year to year Which for the Democrats equates to zero Just like massive new borrowing and spending actually reduces printing a paper and inflation Oh now I get it And if you have a male genitalia between your legs it's really irrelevant It's what's between your ears Unless of course unless of course you're appointed by the Democrats and the first time ever I have appointed a woman Wait a minute

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Rand Paul: The Burden Is on the FBI to Justify the Mar-A-Lago Raid

Mark Levin

00:55 sec | 19 hrs ago

Rand Paul: The Burden Is on the FBI to Justify the Mar-A-Lago Raid

"Rand Paul this morning on Fox and Friends on the FBI Let's listen in cut to go Well you know I think the burden is on the FBI to justify this rate This is extraordinary This is also the same FBI that used a foreign intelligence warrant to snoop on and spy on the Trump campaign to investigate them for over two years So I think the burden really is on the FBI There have been wrong in the past that broken the law and using these foreign intelligence warrants Now they use a domestic warrant but I do think they need to release the justification for this because this is extraordinary and we should not lose sight of the fact this is never ever happened before for a good reason because we need to have confidence in the FBI We need to have confidence in our intelligence agencies that they're there to protect us and not to go after people for political purposes So the burden is on them to prove that this is not a politically motivated witch hunt

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What Is the Current Power Dynamic Between Parents and Schools?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:45 min | 21 hrs ago

What Is the Current Power Dynamic Between Parents and Schools?

"Is the power relationship right now? After a year and a half of what you and Tina have been doing after people like Lilith, like Tatiana Ibrahim standing up, is it shifting? Because what I see at the school boards, I went to one of the recent ones in Virginia where they said, if a child, even in kindergarten, uses the wrong pronoun for another student, they can be actually suspended. So if Freddy comes in and says today, I'm Julie. If his body Tom calls him Freddy, that kid can get suspended. It seems to me as if these school boards to put it mildly, don't give a damn what the parents want. I think it depends where you are right now in America. And I think it depends about the leadership in your state. You know, I think what you see in Florida is you have a very strong governor who has said a very clear course for what the future of education is going to look like in Florida. I think you have a governor in Virginia, who everyone was very excited about. But I'd be lying if I told you that I'm not concerned about some of the laws and things that are being required that are requiring critical race theory, given a different name, but could a core race there in a lot of this gender theory to be pushed down into schools. And so, you know, I guess my question would be, where is governor youngkin on these issues? And I'm hearing and seeing a lot of unrest amongst Virginia parents who are looking for leadership from this leadership team to be able to help in that area. I don't think teachers are feeling represented by the union. I certainly saw that as a school board member. We would go through bargaining and I would often go back into the classrooms. My kids teachers and I would ask sometimes, you know, aware of what the bargaining with the teachers you knew is bargaining for at the table, oftentimes teachers had no idea.

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Cofounder Tiffany Justice Describes 'Moms for Liberty'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:49 sec | 21 hrs ago

Cofounder Tiffany Justice Describes 'Moms for Liberty'

"Are the cofounder of an amazing organization, moms for liberty, which is only founded a couple of years ago. What is mom's celebrity? Let's start there. Yeah, so 18 months ago, Tina deskovic and I cofounded a group called moms for liberty, out of Florida, we both served as school board members. And so now you find us here and across America, moms and dads standing up, we have 215 chapters and 40 states. So dads are allowed. Dads are small. Yeah, we know sexual discrimination. No, and we know that strongmen supports strong women. So submission. The mission is to be the watchdogs of the districts. Never again allow public education to indoctrinate our children and to make them hate America. We know that there are shared values amongst the people in America and it doesn't matter what political party they belong to. And we really believe that we're bringing people together who want to have a brighter future for their kids. Right,

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How Jesus Came Into the Life of Officer Brandon Tatum

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:37 min | 22 hrs ago

How Jesus Came Into the Life of Officer Brandon Tatum

"You just said, I want to ask you, again, you said Jesus came into your life around 2008. And it began to turn around everything for you. And I said, how did that happen? Jesus came to your life. And you said you were all American college football player. I was all American going into college football, so I was one of the top players in the nation coming out of high school, U.S. Army all American. Okay, I heard you say something positive along those lines and you said, but everything went downhill. What do you mean? Were you full of pride? Were you just thinking so full of yourself and success that it made you lose track of what's important and that's what led you to fall apart or how did what happened? It was mostly maturity, you know? I was very humble, but I wasn't mature enough to handle the rigors of college football. You know, the coaches would cuss you out and yell at you and get in your face. And my attitude was so bad at the time that that turned into me wanting to fight the coaches and be upset and things like that and they kind of took me out of my game and I got injured in my second year. I was out for the entire season. So then things begin to go south for me. However, I grew up in a church. When you, I'll say this, I grew up in a church where the church wouldn't end me. And so when you live in Texas, you play football league go to church, no matter what. I don't care if you ate this. You're in church. If you live in Texas, so I had to retain in my consciousness, but you know, I had to give it a try as an adult. And so I went to church, I went to an apostolic church where they believe in speaking in tongs and all of that stuff and I got saved. I got baptized in Jesus name. I got filled with the gift of the Holy Spirit. And my life changed instantaneously. The

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Republican Enthusiasm Increases Post Mar-a-Lago Raid

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:47 sec | 22 hrs ago

Republican Enthusiasm Increases Post Mar-a-Lago Raid

"A new YouGov poll. Is demonstrating the following. And I saw this at our turning point action event this last Sunday with Kerry Lake Blake masters and governor desantis. Republican enthusiasm has increased by 5 points after the FBI raid. Compared to 2018, the question is, are you more enthusiastic or less enthusiastic about voting in this year's election? More enthusiastic Republicans plus ten. In 2018. I'm sorry in this is back in August 7th. Now August 16th, a plus 15 enthusiasm gap. And I think it's only going to increase from there. So we would like to thank the Federal Bureau of Investigation for giving a little bit of a stimulus to Republican enthusiasm.

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"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

03:19 min | 1 year ago

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"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

"Unfortunately of eating meat and in all of these things. I get really excited. When i see people who are learning how to barbecue a watermelon onto which. I've actually not had a chance to try. But i've heard it's very good. I think gordon ramsay even dentists off. I believe i believe correctly. So in general i think the more that we can write. Have these conversations. Think about creative ways to go about it and in feel empowered because at the end of the day the earth needs us to come together from point a positive buddy and i know that it's really difficult for us to to keep that positive view on things we're going to have our bad days. We just had of course. The report came out from the ipc c. about climate change about the world that we're facing and so you know i think we balance the you know we balance everything but the more we can come together at the better so you also mentioned in kind of our our our show preview that there's actually a study out there that identifies multiple actions that people can take you know four the planet in including Having less children like we talked about earlier. I wonder if you can kind of expand on a few more of those actions. Yeah absolutely. I thought the study was so interesting when it came out because it it includes all the typical green actions. You hear about a lot. But they actually quantified the effect they have in terms of emissions reductions. So it had all your usual recycling washing your closing cold water flying less but it also included having one child and how nice bar graph line them all up together and having one less child saves nearly sixty tons of carbon dioxide per year and again i will say that is based on consumption patterns the us lesson countries that consume us And to compare like Basically living car-free or plant based diets. I think most of those were under one tonne of carbon dioxide so not to say that like they're not worth doing like every little bit helps but i think people that know just how impactful Family planning decisions could be the kind of the less doted one they talked about was how often these are mentioned in government resources and the highest impact actions like having one less caterina flying. Were not once people heard about. Well i mean. Having one less is very controversial. I you know what i'm saying. So she here right and so it's very personal and you know everybody has different ideas of what they they picture their family to be like and so yes talking like this. I think can definitely bring up emotions for people. It is very personal. But i think what's interesting regardless of how you feel about the topic. It's very interesting to boil down consumption to a life. You know a lifetime and thinking about yourself your impact that you're having but yes like as as you choose to bring other life forms into the into the world there's definitely going to be an impact there so again. I don't think we're necessarily saying that. Nobody needs to have children ever. That's certainly not were saying we're saying that it is helpful to be mindful here when we think about the find out a number of resources that we have which is just really fascinating And you also at another point you wanted to chat about a little bit about the biomass of human. So can you tell me a little bit more about that. I'm actually not.

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"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

"So it's also interesting. That's a figure out the date for the entire planet. Also break it down by country based on the consumption patterns in different nations. So obviously you're going to have higher income countries that consume more their earth. Overshoot day is much earlier in the year. So i think this year for example if everyone on the planet lived like people in the united states earth overshoot day would be mid march fourteenth this year yep and then on the brighter side they also calculate the impact. The solutions would have which i think is like a nice bright side and really seeing the impact of different actions we can take So for example by shifting more towards plant based diets and reducing meat consumption worldwide by half We could move over. Show day seventeen days so seventeen days later in the year. Which is what you want. Ideally it would be all the way in december another one The because not many environmental groups do is human population so If every other family had one less child and People delayed having kids by two years on by twenty fifty. We could move overshoot day by forty nine days so it's really interesting to see what these different solutions. How they can change by how quickly they would move the date absolutely and one of the things. We talk about a lot on this. Podcast is actionable steps that people can take to create change every day. And so when you have a study or campaign Like earth overshoot day. And you know they come out with some pretty shocking numbers and an impacts. Sometimes we can feel really overwhelmed and think like. Oh my gosh like how. How can i personally help. So i particularly like the call out about meat consumption the population things very interesting right because you do here especially in the united states. You hear about You know the amount of children widely Kind of going down so you know. It's interesting that they think about this statistic on a global basis right because obviously some areas of the world are gonna have you know even may be declining populations or you know everything kind of averages out which is fascinating and like you said if everybody ended up living like the united states We wouldn't be in a great situation at all so it it's very interesting to see the compare and contrast globally right. Yeah that's always something we bring up especially in light of all these headlines. We see about falling birth rates in the united states..

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"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

"What the planet can regenerate in this episode. I talked to sarah. Bali population in sustainability organizer at the center for biological diversity. We chat about what her organization does for the planet the interesting implications between increased population growth and the reduction of biodiversity. How your everyday consumption plays a role in all of this and what we can do to ensure our resources are sustained. Let's get into it. Hi good together listeners. We are so excited to start a brand new episode today and it's all about earth overshoot day which is very exciting. So what is earth overshoot day. Right this marks the date when humanities demand for ecological resources and services in a given year actually exceed what earth can regenerate and that year right. So we're looking at a system that's not really set up to work. Well that's why we're calling this out so earth nine nine one one states that nineteen seventy was the last year when the resources the entire year. So that's been a long time from now. we've been dealing with this problem for quite a while and one thing that's really interesting is you know. In twenty twenty earth overshoot day actually fell on august twenty second which was induced by kobe. Nineteen pandemic this year earth. Overshoot day happened even earlier right so it actually happened july twenty ninth so roughly a month beforehand which means were actually increasing our global carbon footprint. More rapidly this year than we did last year. I'm today and really excited to learn more about where the idea of earth overshoot day actually came from with our guest. Sarah bailey sarah. Bailey is the Population in sustainability organizer at the center for biological diversity. She's working for several years. On helping people make the connection between reproductive rights consumption and earth. Overshoot day so welcome. Sarah i wonder if you could just give a brief intro yourself in your company absolutely and thanks for having me laura. Yeah yeah so. My name is sarah like you said i'm an organizer at the center for biological. The center is a environmental nonprofit based in the us and we worked to a healthy environment protect environmental legislation So it's actually a lot of the staff are scientists and lawyers working on ensuring we have the data species act protecting public lands preventing further resource extraction like oil drilling in.

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"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

"This is good together. A podcast that inspires you to create change in the world every day. Keep listening for actionable. Tips and tricks to incorporate eco friendly practices into your daily life. We've been featured by apple as the number one podcast conscious consumers. And we can't wait to welcome you endow community of change makers emily's and i'm laura we're the founders of brightly dot echo the new platform for conscious consumers. We believe in supporting all creatures. Great and small. And i'll tim of expert show you how to leave and shop responsive way by sharing world changing lifestyle ideas products and more which jones us from good together and to browse all of the planet. Friend the goodness that we feature had to brightly that ego slash podcast and to help spread the word about the podcast tap on this episode. Share good together with your friends and family. A simple text message helps us grow and create change around the world. Earth overshoot day marks the date when humanities demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what our planet can then regenerate for that entire year. This year. it fell on july twenty ninth which means that humans currently us seventy four percent more resources than.

"early this year" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on KOMO

"And you also mentioned that prior to going into medicine you were involved in technology. And when we talk about technology Province is doing some really cool things with technology. So you talked about a patient getting into the ER. So you and your team could start care. Let's talk about that care looks like and what you're gonna do. The first thing she had, and what we need to decide is What kind of stroke is it? Is that the bleeding stroke? Or is it, uh, clouding stroke? And if it's a clotting stroke, we start thinking about a few things first, is Um Um, trying to see if the patient can receive this medication called ivy all to place or t P A. It's a very strong blood thinner. It's used to dissolve the clot. And, you know, once the clot is gone, the blood can again start flowing in the brain, and people can get better. There are about 20% of the strokes who come in with a pretty large Clark, where this medication is not enough, And in those cases we try to take them actually, as possible to a new suite that we build a Providence. It's a really sophisticated, um Procedure suite with multiple uh yeah, machines that take they can take the image of the brain in multiple dimensions. That helps us know where exactly the conclusion is and a blood vessel. And then neural, interventionist, highly trained physician takes a catheter from the groin or from the arm and takes it all the way into the brain finds the clock. Just sucks it out of the of the vessel. And then a lot of people actually get remarkably better. You know, if if we find someone with large clock, you can imagine the larger Dick Clark. The more the disability would be so taking it out really results in really remarkable change in their outcome. I would imagine that maybe how long ago If you had this problem, you probably had to get an ambulance and drive down to Seattle. And that's not the way it is. It's right here in Everett at Providence. This technology Now this is true. You know, we the the first medication that came out for what we call acute management where someone is just coming into the hospital. Um, came out in 95. We've been using that ideal type place. From 95 to 2015. When we had new trials that came out that should benefit of this process. The no interventional process that I was just telling you. We were one of the first programs in the, uh in in the Providence system to start Using this protocol to get people to, um, received this procedure, but we did not have the capacity to do it until early this year. You know, we have seen remarkable results where more than 60% of people who have received this procedure have gone home or gone to inpatient rehab, which is a really, really good outcome. For a patient with that stroke. You know, we're building a comprehensive program to take care of all aspects of both acute stroke care. As well as preventing this rope from happening in the future. Wow, that's amazing stuff, Doctor saying Thank you so much for your time. Unfortunately time we're out of it right now. But let's have you back on. Okay? Absolutely would love to thank you. So.

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"early this year" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on WTOP

"The credit limit slashed on some of your credit cards? Or maybe you even have the card account closed altogether, nearly one in three credit card holders. Tens of millions of people saw that happened early this year. We talk about it with Matt Schultz, he's chief credit analysts at LendingTree. Really, What it's about is banks managing risk in a really uncertain financial time, and mostly, what we're seeing is dormant or little used credit. Cards being closed. And basically the idea is thanks are looking at those cards and saying if you weren't using them before the pandemic began, we certainly don't want you using them. Now, when you may be looking at them as more of an emergency fund or kind of a financial safety net you recommend. We don't just close our eyes, cross our fingers and hope that someday the card companies are nice enough to reactivate those. You have to ask if you wanted to happen. Do you think you'll have some success? If you get in touch with them and say, Hey, I want this card back in play. I know you can have success with asking an issue were too real been a card because I did it. I happened to have my second oldest card close, and I gave a call to my issuer. And in about two weeks I found the card had been reopened. And I was very happy to see that I know that it may not be the easiest thing for people to do to call up there. Card issuer. It can be kind of intimidating and daunting, and I don't know specifically how good people's odds are of having it happened to them. But I know from my own experience that thanks and card issuers can change their minds. So at minimum, it's worth making that phone call. Given it a shot. As with so many things, being polite, sort of being patient and understanding that could go a long way, in fact, probably improve your odds. Yeah, absolutely. You may be angry about having your Hard closed but taking it out on the customer service rep. You're on the phone with isn't going to get you anywhere. So be nice. You need to be direct. You need to make sure they know what you're asking for and that you're not going to take no for an answer, But don't be a jerk about it, either. What if no matter how hard you try, and no matter how polite you are, it just doesn't get done. What do your other options? The good news is that you do have options. You can consider calling another credit card issuer. For another card that you have and asking them to bump up your credit limit on that card in order to make up for what you lost on the closed card. You can also open a brand new card. It's not the ideal and you have to make sure that you don't just use this new card is an excuse to go spend. But you do definitely have options. The most important thing to understand is that you have more power over your credit card issuer than you think you do. It's a competitive space. If You've been a good customer. They're going to want to keep you around. And if you are a good customer, you may even be able to get them to reverse field and real thin that credit card, But you won't know if you don't try lending tree Chief credit analyst Matt Schultz on Skype. You can read Maura..

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"early this year" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

Sucias are my Favorite

05:42 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Sucias are my Favorite

"Imitating other relationships or other people's sexual whatever that i really found my own. I haven't found my my true self. You know what i mean. I mean i can see that. As well where i was going though isn't so much getting bonilla's to be kinky here but getting bonilla's to understand like the foundation of having that communication because maybe a guy isn't interested in having a threesome the i know it so has female friends actually was getting divorced because wife was so hyper sexual. She wanted to have sex more often than husbands than the husband was giving it up and she even said okay. How about if. I brought another female in just so that she can have more sex with a female. And he could have threesomes with both of them as long as she could just have more sex and he was against it he just wanted his wife to himself but totally fine but they didn't have this conversation before they got married. They didn't have this conversation as they were growing as a couple or anything else so now i think the divorce is finalized now need to reach out to her. This started during covid sometime either end of last year early this year but the point i was getting at is sometimes you some guys wanna try something a little bit more or don't know how to communicate to the wife. Hey i really like head but you give bad head or instead of just focusing on sucking the shafts a how you just look my balls but how do you tell someone. You're in a committed relationship with without sounding like either an asshole or you have to be kind of in the heat of the moment to be able to tell you something balls or look my boss whatever you know just just trying to tweak something because we're just so afraid afraid of talking about sex in general because it's such a taboo. Yeah but in. Time guys aren't used to Intimacy you're talking about their feelings or talking about their desires. They just have to go on to do their own thing. So there's a lack of communication on the male side and then on the female side. There's probably that fear of communicating. What they want because they don't want their husband and think. Oh now she's a slut. Or what else does she fantasize about. What else does she want to do. And then can cause more animosity. So then there's always this wall between them that they don't want to talk about because they're scared of what their spouse or significant other might think of them and that's something i want to work with. S okay look learn how to communicate without offending or taking offense so like i say. I agree with you and i'm sympathetic. Like i said like you were saying i'm not saying couples get more kick your either. I'm just saying have. The conversation takes have as far as just to open. Its you know like a lot of a lot of a lot of couples..

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"early this year" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"The Atlantic hurricane season two started a little early this year. The big story Tropical Storm Hanna is spinning out in the Atlantic, not a threat to landfall. But it's a reminder that the tropical season is now just a couple weeks away. Fox meteorologist Adam Klaus America is listening to Fox News. Your Tesic native driver on the highway to help Dr Bob Martin. He's on the better health network. I mean, my friend as any older brother tonight around down there on you, man. You can thank you. David Tree Growing officially down around Jesus. Oh, well, well, you Well..

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"early this year" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Robin Boss? Early this year about some of the complaints the grievances I'm hearing from the grassroots. Some people can't even get a callback. Well, sir, we can't answer. Everybody's called and I said, Why not? Sure what their votes at election time But now you don't have time for work. You got a staff. Mr Speaker. I said, I understand you can't call back 200 people. You got a staff a paid staff. Figure it out. Remember when I was to share of anybody that called and asked to talk to me. They were put through. They wrote to me, I answered it. Million people. Milwaukee County All right. A million people in any State. Assembly or Senate district. The people on the other end would say, Well, Sarah, I'm surprised I didn't really think I'd get to talk to you. I said message here says you want to talk to the sheriff. I said, That's me. Doesn't take a lot of effort. I just want to be heard. I might not have been able to fully satisfy the individual. Maybe they're asking for something. It was a little out of my realm. But you know what they felt they were heard that is important. People want to be heard. Do you understand The limitations they understand Elected officials are miracle workers. The fact that you don't have the I don't know them. Gum should just call him back, You know, send a form. Letter that. Yeah. Thank you for your concern. I'll have somebody follow up with you get one of your junior staffers to get back with him. How much we spend spend in Wisconsin State Legislature staffing. What are they doing? So you know, I reminded him peoples want to be heard? Then early this year. The new Senate majority leader represent Sorry state Senator LeMay You was being interviewed on one of the talk radio shows locally and he said, We're getting ready to Start discussion on our legislative agenda. And I said to myself, What legislative agenda who put this agenda together? The people at the grassroots level have input on what do you mean your legislative agenda? We don't care what you want. What about what we want? Where's our election reform? Yeah, I know there's some proposed legislation. I read it. You know what Well, read it and try to figure it out. It's all this mealy mouth and stuff. You can't even understand That's the problem. I got a simple No proposal. Ban on a mail in voting in the state of Wisconsin. All right band. You don't need this. Ah, box on this corner here, and you can't do that The Democrats will figure out a way around it. Just ban it. I'm not talking about absentee voting. That's not mail in voting. It's absentee ballot. Control over that. You gotta show idea. Not that mail and you didn't have to. Because the election commissioners around the state especially men walking Dane County. We're going around the rules and said, Don't you don't have to just put and definitely confined. Not allowable. There was no pushback by Robin Boss or then Scott Fitzgerald. You should have gone in the court and says no, no, no, no, no. This is a function of the Legislature, not an election commissioner. Ballot harvesting. Changed. The rules. Meaning they justified. The ban on Ballot harvest. See Bella curing. You cannot cure a ballot. You could send it back and tell the person that you made a mistake here. Fix it. You had election workers fixing Bala curing balance. It's not allowable. Why didn't the Legislature go to court event right then and go there usurping our authority here? So I'm watching what's going on in these other states. Idaho wants to make it illegal for schools to teach students how to think critically about racism. Idaho wants to ban teaching of critical race theory. Where's our bill for that? You talk to a state legislature about local schools and wow, that's that's a local issue, then stop spending state taxpayer money to subsidize local schools. If it's a local issue, tell the local The locals. You guys got to figure out the budget. Not spending state taxpayer money on that anymore. No one's asking the Legislature to control the schools. They're getting money. They're getting state money. There's another one. Alabama elects law and acts I'm sorry, Alabama and liked and acts law banning transgender athletes from participating and biologically Inconsistent public school sports. I understand this is a touchy issue this transgender and sports stuff. But so what? If you pull it, people don't want it. They don't want boys participating and girls sports. I think our legislature and I'm talking about the GOP because they're in control afraid of this issue. So here's another. Two other states that are Targeting the teaching of critical race theory through their state legislature. Where's our effort? Georgia and acted Election reform. Like a lot of heat. It was needed and there was nothing wrong with it. I know that the left, you know, eviscerated, but so what? Then the other thing I hear is one of the governor will veto it. Let him veto it, making it an election issue Going into 2022 the governor's up for re election. Make it an issue. There's a story here. Kansas governor vetoes Election reform Building gun rights speaking a gun, right? Not since the passing of Jerry concealed.

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"early this year" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on The Road to Rediscovery: A Life-Learning Journey for Growth

"He's to draft trucks. How i was. I was talking about it. I early this year. Like i think around either before cold aramco bedtime. I think okay So i kind of let go sign a good. But i was caught in the same trap. assigned doubt his tation day. A lot of people a lot of people but some people that want to be entrepreneurs people that want to be having own business and they to end their current time they have current job with a may have a family to support an official salary. They have that safety net around now right. 'cause they got they got a poor to stay steady income. So it's right part was like it was lingering in there i was like what is this without in the widow was that they have has having Tation where i was like. Oh man i this topic about whatever else you know i but fooling around with the stuff and other things ideas and writing things down and buying a title says and and buying other. You know these big. It these these multimillionaire guys and you know they has things we can buy in programs and whatnot and i was getting looking to that things like that. So what's a fuller right which is to make money but for me. It should have been foolery. 'cause i i was scared. I was afraid. Afraid to take that leap. Because i didn't know i didn't know what it was. So it almost took an actor. Guy will guide had two months putting a lightning bolt up my ass and listen. Yeah yeah all right so obviously you not paying attention because you fill in the way you feel in the way you feeling You're you're not. You're not having tashaun in asu faith right. This job is even though is we're warning you may good friends. He may eat around good people. But look how you feeling. Look how you're acting. Look how you're thinking right.

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"early this year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"But the big change here is that we've seen punitive action. Come in not only from robin hood but also from weibo which was another trading platform. That people left robin hood to go to when they made this decision and the larger question is exactly why they made this decision. A lot of questions. On exactly a whether or not robin hoods parent. Company has some financial stake in this game and whether or not they were protecting their own interests here. This is a meam that liquidated so much money from hedge fund that now we're seeing what happens when those folks who by the way are not only billionaires that run things like that but those are. That's billionaire money. That goes into the hedge. Funds that are making that are that people are trading for. Were going to see. Exactly how loud day can rattle these chains and and what we've seen over the past couple of days is pretty loud. What's interesting to me is seeing this go from being a red it story to kind of because of the amount of money. That's that's at stake seeing this kind of reverberate. Obviously there were numerous affected hedge fund. You know And molly we talked about that yesterday on the show and and kind of that the financial impact side of this boat seeing the tech platforms. React to this. I think has been really interesting. An how robinhood goes forward from this. We already saw. I even hesitate to call it a losing a ton of goodwill but they file a settlement early this year effectively deceiving a they probably something with jesse about deceiving customers about you know what they were charging for transactions and stuff like that. Obviously this is several orders of magnitude bigger. A problem for their imaging for an app called robin hood two seemingly a b. halting trading on on something like on these you know mean stocks. Or whatever you want to call them. I also i don't understand all the other ones but costs is a weird one to make just on a personal side. All of these are shorted stock. So this is where all of this all of this began was on a list of the most shorted stocks on the market Stop was number one and it was insane short. I'm sure there's a few people who had loved game stop to come back and like change their business model it'd be successful but mostly it was. Hey this is a great way for us to make money. There is not an also. There was not enough stock for the hedge funds to buy back and so if everybody bought the stock it was going to rise and that was there was no way for it to stop all those other companies. That you've seen blackberry. Nokia cost tootsie roll. They are all there because they were also on that list of the most shorted stocks. That's the only connection between all these things. I thought it just a coincidence. These are all style. Gic brands big emphasis on nostalgic. As in. yes you have you know. Maybe the heyday has been over for some time. It's interesting watching the Spirited debate online about robin hood but about you know any d- trading institutions that have halted trading of all the stuff saying. hey listen. Things are too volatile. We don't know what's going on. This is a little too crazy Nobody can participate for at least in the way that they want to make quick buck and so we figure out what's going on. you know. a lot of people are saying well. Who's who's who's leaning into robin hood what's going on here. Does do the hedge hedge fund people..

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"early this year" Discussed on Code[ish]

Code[ish]

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Code[ish]

"I don't know how to do that for property. You guys could. Just tell me what it's worth. That's what i want. I was not the only person who heard feedback along these lines which was really nice win. Vp's nor director of content had also heard feedback along these lines in thinking along these lines and so we have started talking late. Twenty nineteen about. How do we enter this. Market data space. How media provide context and insight into these markets that are users may want to enter. How do we help them understand. If i bought this property and wanted to be a landlord. What can i rent it for. What would happen here and so helping users. Gather that context with something that we really started thinking about in pursuing honestly for the last year so it sounds like you're helping people with like data driven content research tools and helping them make decisions you not making decisions for them but giving them the confidence in the information so that they can make well informed decisions. That's exactly it of creating deal driven content that our users can read and understand and have an expert. Explain it to them in a way. That's helpful and then also tools that help them. Lemme search this address and figure out. What could i rent this property out for the other piece of it. So yeah that's kind of how This bp insights vertical our site than our product was kind of born early this year. How did you build it. I mean that's a pretty big problem space to take on. Yeah step zero was really look. What data we could obtain now uses so we were able to go and licensed data for some industry leaders so that we could done. Show that to our our uses as i mentioned earlier. We have our rebels monolith. We handle this data. I'm really about thinking what's the use needs. What these problems that we could solve with this data and how would we best presented so we went ahead and thought to that building a prototype out with a rebel morales application and then as we progress we were then able to. It's right on that over. The oversee was a significant product. Element took as well wasn't a rally. Yeah the product case is fun in hardly I read this article sometime last year. Basically talking about we've heard of the mvp. The minimum viable product was the cheapest thing we can do that works and i read this article challenging that idea where users don't really want burnt pizza. They want good pizza. So what is our minimum lovable product. What is the smallest thing we can do that. People actually like that was something that we thought a lot about. And then traded this spreadsheet that i shared with other people where we had these scopes of big dreams enemy took a machete to cut down. Cut it down until we could figure out..

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"early this year" Discussed on Children of The Internet

Children of The Internet

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"early this year" Discussed on Children of The Internet

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"early this year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"early this year" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Will by then right now raining here in Boston forty two degrees six twenty five look at New England business this Monday morning one of the benefits of working from home is that companies are finding out on the fly what works and what doesn't and for many companies remote working is working financial giant State Street says it's working so well that it tells Bloomberg that it may be able to cut back on its real estate in the future CEO Ron Hanley says there's more to be done from home than initially thought and that a cut back on real estate will be in the cards for many companies as well in the future tourism course big business in New Hampshire and as corona virus threatens to take billions of dollars away hope can news to flicker that beach season in the granite state can be saved officials are working on plans right now that would allow Hampton beach and others on the seacoast to open at some point this summer they say it will take a regional approach and careful steps to get their plans are due on governor Chris Sununu's desk by the end of the week and approach you will need to be hammered out soon warm weather of course right around the corners we heard from dean to for just a moment ago betting that there are better days ahead for casinos the parent company of Rhode island's twin river is now expanding twin river holding spending close to two hundred million for Eldorado resorts casinos in Louisiana and Nevada as well as Bally's Atlantic city hotel and casino in New Jersey the deal also allows twin river to begin building a sports book as well the deals are expected to be completed later this year or early next year six twenty seven the rain here for Boston and today clouds and cold to all day and much of the upcoming week as well still to come this.

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"early this year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"early this year" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"To Jerusalem early this year this has the potential to inflame one of the world's most intractable conflicts well Israel has welcomed the decision the chief Palestinian negotiator says it threatens to replace international law with quote the law of the jungle and some of questioning the timing here handing embattled Israeli prime minister Netanyahu a political when the violence in Hong Kong goes on hundreds and hundreds of police in all directions around the polytechnic university they will not allow anyone to leave and anyone who attempts to do so is being arrested maybe she's in Palo Hong Kong polytechnic were students have barricaded themselves inside to university professors held by the Taliban for three years including an American today announced they will be released you're listening to ABC news Christina OB people to judges in the news in a lot of ways this morning here of course vaulted to the top in Iowa in a poll yesterday leading the way there Yahoo news is doing an article today about whether or not and we discussed this on our program this is not going away is America ready for a gay president right right and you know he's not he's never really dwelled on his sexual orientation he came out four years ago and he talked about his engagement in twenty seventeen and is married and his his husband travels with him and and he says that if I win I want to start a family with my husband in the White House right so that's out there but that's not the only thing is making headlines for this more right he has this plan it's on his website is part of his platform it's called the Douglas plan name for Frederick Douglass iconic in African American leader right so he has named this by and he wants to remove the broken criminal justice and health barriers for African Americans wants to dismantle race the structures all sorts of thing but this plan has some controversy this morning so I'll let you know what I want to get into that be we do have to get off to traffic because it with with Brian it right now but he's not been polling well to judge with African American right right this is an attempt to reach out to African American voters and we'll talk more about why some of it is backfiring this morning let's get to Brian right knowledge.

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"early this year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"early this year" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Start early next year UT on A. B. C. news Europe today did say thirty seven here on Colorado's morning news money news D. I a losing a bit of a spots will tell you why and there is a football game last night as well as things come up in five minutes to drive right now it's a hundred well the main action we have working as in the Aurora area that south on two two five approaching Yosemite too often the far right shoulder this is going to take awhile to clear out unfortunately in your back up to I live at this point also we had unconfirmed reports of an accident to seventy westbound after Quebec not seeing it thus far but a lot of slowing indeed for west founders their I. seventy eastbound we were backed up to lakeside at one point now you heavy from Pecos over the fly over to about Brighton before speeds improve speaker Brighton come in in I. seventy six west bound that's improving we have heavy flow this morning all the way to ninety six from the commerce city exit now your heavy over the I. twenty five away from the highways we had that school bus car accident at least still in all night at Denver please contact us confirming it's a non injury accident fortunately with the school bus involved a Subaru T. bone the school bus there as a result of all that though westbound lease still still closed all night a few south Monaco closed down night at two south Monaco this report is sponsored by right at home for seniors the best care is the right care from right at home providing customized care to fit each client's needs from light housekeeping and companionship to Alzheimer's care learn more about reddit home it right at home dot net slash T. W. N. our next update ten minutes away and KO eight fifty AM in ninety four one FM you tried something new was a bad idea many of us would still be wearing polyester this message is brought to you by glory days grow you may know is for our great burgers wings but glory days pros mix it up with fresh cedar plank salmon cut in house and grilled to perfection.

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