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Fresh update on "east coast" discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

01:00 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "east coast" discussed on SI Media Podcast

"We've got Mike to RICO on the pod this week, the voice of Sunday Night football on. NBC continue a little run here of lead NFL broadcast as we've had Kevin burkhart last week from Fox, Joe buck, a couple of weeks ago from ESPN, Monday Night Football and we had Jim Nance from CBS a few weeks ago as well. All those interviews in the archives, you can check them out. Subscribe to the SI media podcast, leave a review. Following Tariq and speaking of Nance, we sell a cotta joins me as always for the train of thought segment. We get into nan's dropping my name during the Thanksgiving lions bills game all because of this podcast. And I know a lot of you got a kick out of that. I appreciate it all the tweets. It was fun. So I'm talking about that with Sal. And the train of thought segment will come after the interview with toriko about his first year as the lead voice for Sunday Night football team overall Michaels and what the schedule looks like the rest of the way for Sunday Night and NBC and the flex scheduling great gambling story to about Brent musberger from toriko. And like I said, we've had some great guests. You guys have done a great job listening to the pod. Burckhardt, Joe Bach, Kevin Clark, Jim nantz, Chris Russo download the all recent guests on the podcast. So dip into the archives if you missed any of them. Listen, subscribe, rate, and review. All right, let's get to this week's show. Mike tirico followed by trying to thoughts with salica right here. On the SI media podcast. All right, joining me now, we continue our great run of NFL lead play by play broadcasters on the podcast, the voice of Sunday Night football, Mike tirico, Mike. How are you? Good, Jimmy. Our things in my old home area of New York. Things are good, very, very rainy and dark in dreary here today, but you know what? That's what the winter is supposed to be. So it's fine. Gosh, we're somewhere in the east coast after the time flip. And it just got dark at like four 30. I grew up in New York and then lived in the east coast. Gosh, you know, for 20 7 years, 28 years of my life. And maybe more than that. And just that four 30 dark for the first time for that month of late November, early December, it's just crushing. We are in that phase. Four 30 when it's dark here. Right. But it turns out December 21st, it always turns, it starts getting a little bit later, a little bit later. So you're getting close. Well, it's funny. I had Kevin burkhart on last week and I had mentioned he's doing the Christmas Day game in Miami. And I'm like Christmas Miami. That's not, you want. You've got to have a little bad weather on Christmas. I mean, I know. So I don't mind all this right now. It's fine. We have Christmas in Arizona.

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'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:11 min | 3 d ago

'Car Coach' Lauren Fix on the Impact of a Potential Rail Strike

"The car coach, Lauren fix. Welcome back to America first. Well, thanks for having me. Lots going on and I'm really, really excited. I was able to get you some safe breaks put on your vehicle. 'cause those drum brakes. Yeah, a little bit spongy. And when it's raining, not so exciting. So I've got disc brakes all round. There is my baby, there is my 66 Mustang. I've got the 2020 as one, a 2020 as well for the everyday stuff. And the new steering wheel, thank you for the recommendations and your contact. Last thing, and I'm not going to touch it, some period correct rims. And then maybe some AC, I might put some AC in because it gets a little hot and sticky here in the swamp. All right. Enough about me and my pony, although I do need people to go to my website and tell me a name. I need a name and not Sally. Okay, I'm not doing the stupid Mustang Sally. I need a female name, go to said gorka dot com and send me a little message that said gorka dot com. All right, you've been sending me some fascinating stuff. First things first, it's not cars. Right now he's allegedly negotiating. But what is the impact going to be if we have a rail strike Lauren in America? Oh, it's going to be huge. Now I know everyone's talking about what you're literally looking at billions of dollars of losses. Because everything goes cars get transported from the manufacturing plant. To the sub area where it then goes to your dealer. So that means good luck getting cars. We can't get them now. That means all the components, tires, metal, just think of everything that you need gets from point a to point B from the West Coast to the east coast, usually by rail, then it's transported to a diesel powered rig and then from there to the final destination in the last mile to your store or to wherever you're going. And that includes like Amazon packages, U.S. Postal Service, FedEx. That new planes, but they also use rail. And without rail, we're in a lot of trouble. And we've been using it for years, plus passengers, Amtrak, which is owned by the government as well. They can't seem to organize the postal service or Amtrak. But the fact is without diesel and there's a shortage of diesel and without the railroad system we have a supply chain that nightmare.

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"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 4 d ago

"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"If no one's doing it, where are we in terms of the product issue? So the big concern and you highlighted this months and months ago was the diesel diesel shortage on the U.S. east coast. Where is that now? It's bad and it's getting worse, especially as we get colder weathers in New England. We can't get enough diesel to the east coast. The region relies on it for heating and at times for power generation and we lost imports from Russia and from Europe as well that we're necessary to tie those inventories. Inventory levels now are at 70 year lows. And we're just starting heating season. We had abnormally warm early November end of October and early November and as that shifts are going to see a precipitous drop in the inventories and then the crack spread and differential between New York harbor and the Gulf Coast will likely continue to widen over the coming months. Well, that's all. Tell me what the Jones act is and what do I need to do to repeal it? The Jones act is an over a hundred years old. It was put to protect the U.S. naval industry and basically says in order to transport anything between U.S. ports, the vessel has to be built in the U.S., crude by U.S. folks and register in the U.S.. So there are very few of them. All right, for now, thank you so much for joining us at Fernando valley. He is the oil annals for Bloomberg intelligence. Coming up on the program, how brands are leveraging the World Cup for awareness. You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence on Bloomberg radio, providing in depth research and data on 2000 companies and 130 industries. You can access Bloomberg intelligence via B, I go on the terminal on Paul Sweeney. And I'm Alex Steele. It's 25 minutes past the hour, and this is Bloomberg

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Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Time for Pettiness on the Battlefield

The Dan Bongino Show

01:48 min | Last week

Rep. Chip Roy: There's No Time for Pettiness on the Battlefield

"The whole point of boot camp congressman boot camp and all of the in all of our services military service branches is you break down the individual of their allegiances elsewhere and you build them up as a team It doesn't matter what your skin color or your sex or whatever None of that stuff matters You're all going to go through the same experience in boot camp And when you get through whether it's the crucible and the Marine Corps whatever it is it's okay to shed a little tear is that eagle globe and anchor you get that I mean you talk to marines that matter to them It's the only pure meritocracy left to break that down and now make it some racial spoils game I mean I'm serious It's like planting a tactical nuclear weapon into destroying our military cohesion and Esprit de corps You know that's exactly right There was an old adage right that there are no atheists in foxholes Look there's no time for racism on the battlefield There's no time for all of those petty things that divide us up that are frankly a product of a broken society that is fixated more on race and gender ideology and all these things than they are on carrying out our faith and being patriotic Americans that stand up for each other Look we need strong men and women in the United States military We need strong men on the battlefield and we need to stop this woke garbage that's destroying the culture of the military where recruiting levels are now at sort of 50% levels depending on which branch you're talking about I met with some recruits at parris island in South Carolina which is the east coast training for the marines this summer And they're all there Patriotically serving their country but they told me you know I'm tired of this woke stuff And it's hard for me to get buddies to want to join this when we have to deal with this stuff So it's time to do something about it So I was proud to team up with Marco Rubio and put a report out

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Dr. Keith Rose's Initial Takeaways From the 2022 Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | Last week

Dr. Keith Rose's Initial Takeaways From the 2022 Midterms

"Is your initial take from the midterms? Well, Charlie, I think that the liberals, the Democrats, were very strategic. And the elections that they targeted. I think a lot of us expected something more, but if we really go to a 100,000 feet and look at it, we didn't have control of the media. We didn't have control of the overall narrative. I think more people showed up to vote in these midterms. That's been shown than anything else. But we're not seeing the results of those folks showing up. And I think we need to ask ourselves why. I think there's a ways to explain it. Looking at the different amounts of money that went into the races, but there's also some things that defy any rational explanation, and that's kind of why I sent you that paper. If you were planning it out, it makes a lot more sense to see it written out on down on paper. How you would structure something to make people not or believe their line on it. Yeah, so let's talk about it silent weapons for quiet wars. What is this? It's a paper that was found in 1986 by a defense contractor from General Dynamics. I'm doing some more research on it. And I'm not finished with the yikes. I'm talking to a lot of folks I know on the east coast. But my understanding is it was found in one of those big IBM copiers. You remember the ones that are half the size of your garage that a lot of people had, the really big ones, like 6 feet long, four or 5 feet high. And the guy had bought it. I believe like a government surplus cell for parts. And when he started taking it apart, he found this document inside. And the document is purported to be made back in 1979. I've looked at it. I've read through it. And back in 1986, if you would look at it back then or back during cold wartimes, you might think, well, this could be Russian disinformation. It'd be easy to just blow it off. But looking at it now with the events that have happened and this is talking about the second industrial revolution and now we're into the fourth industrial and the way they outline everything that's going on in this paper will make your blood run cold and because it talks about what they want to do. It talks about how they're doing it, who they're using to do in it. And then you add in big data capture in the Internet and it's put this project on steroids and it's exactly what we're seeing. I mean, you can say it was misinformation, but it's not misinformation when I'm basically, it's like I was given the advanced copy of what they were going to do in 2022.

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Nancy Pelosi Blames Colorado Shooting on MAGA Republicans

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | Last week

Nancy Pelosi Blames Colorado Shooting on MAGA Republicans

"Nancy Pelosi blames maga Republicans after gay nightclub shooting. Nancy Pelosi is an individual who proves how easy it is to live with one's conscience. No matter what one does. That's how I look at her. Really, maga Republicans are responsible for this length to this gay nightclub shooting. By the way, do you recall, what was the name of the club where there's a big massacre of gays? Where was that? It was in the on the east coast. That was in Florida, and what was the name? It's on the tip of my tongue, the name of that nightclub. And they, of course, spoke about how this is another example of homophobia in America, all these gays killed, and it turns out it was a Muslim, and it was not who did it, and he was just looking. Is that correct? Is that the case where it was a Muslim? And he was just looking for a place to pulse the pulse nightclub. And even he didn't do it necessarily because they were gay. He just wanted a place to shoot people up. He had another name on his list. Had nothing to do with homophobia. He didn't even know it was a gay place.

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"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:15 min | Last week

"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

"The middle of the Antarctic Peninsula on board a brand new silver sea silver endeavor, luxury expedition cruise ship right here in the middle of the Antarctic. What are the most popular travel destinations this year? Anywhere outside the United States simply because domestic airfares have gone through the roofs. Believe it or not this year so far this year, Americans are spent $11 billion more on domestic airfares than they did back in 2019. In 2019, we spent 75 billion this year 86 billion and that number is just increasing every day. Now for those who have the flexibility to make last minute plans for the Thanksgiving holiday, are there any deals for them? And what locations might they be? Well, believe it or not, I'm seeing very low airfares right now between the east coast and Paris between the east coast and Lisbon and other places in Western Europe, and that will stay probably the same until around March 15th. And that actually is applying now. The other great deals right now believe it or not, the cruise ships. Travel editor Peter Greenberg with holiday travel ideas to help you with Mark gingi. You are listening to one O 3.5 FM at WTO P dot com. When your back pain is your foot's fault, this is dean's story. It was affecting me when I walked, which was a kind of a common activity. Dean's chronic back pain had become a pain in the, you know what? At first, I just sort of ignored it. But eventually, everything catches up to you. Physically, and mentally. Back pain affects your mood. It really does. But that's not the only connection dean made. A friend of mine suggested I go to the good feet store. I was a little confused. Why would I need a foot store my feet are fine. But he thought, what the heck? He had nothing to lose. They took impressions of my feet and with the footprint they were able to get me a personalized arch support. That lifted pressure off my back. Um. So the source of your back pain was right under your toes. If something maybe I should have known, but I found out in the nicest possible way. See how art supports work for you with a free fitting. The good feet store has 7 locations in greater D.C. and in greater Baltimore. Visit good feet dot com to book your appointment today or just stop by. Saturday morning at one 38. Me and Crawford in the WTO traffic center. We start in Maryland with an update from the Baltimore Washington Parkway southbound I believe our trash activity after NASA Goddard should be out of the roadway. There's still some delays as they get things finished up and swept up and cleaned up, but I think this one is pretty much done and dusted. That is the best thing we can say about what's on the roads right now. On the I 97 through Ana rental county, all lanes have been brought to a stop. This is a serious crash doubtless to become an investigation if you're trying to get from Baltimore toward Annapolis or other points south that would involve either I 97 or the crane highway you were going to want to find another way around because this one will be in the road for some time southbound 97 before exit 7 for the crane highway. On I two 70, the southbound crash in your exit 22 for route one O 9. That is still in the roadway over on the left side. It may be on the shoulder left right now, but staying to the right to give them time and room enough to get this cleaned up. Capitol beltway in Maryland is good. We go to the Virginia beltway. We are apparently moving again through our work zone on the inner loop after gallows road single right to get by. We are expecting more stoppages as they do overhead sign work the other work zone is going to be after one 23 with the right lane getting by on 66 westbound work through the roslin tunnel right wing gets by eastbound as you're going to find the work after nutley street heading for the capitol bellway with the right lane to get by there as well. Numerous ramps are being shut down as they get ready to get open up the 66 westbound express lanes after the capitol bellway sometime later today on route 7 through Ashburn, no update on this one yet, but again, all the indications are that westbound traffic on route 7 at Ashburn village boulevard still is blocked for the crash and the response on scene three 95 sound on the ramp to seminary road right side of the ramp blocked by the crash activity. Ian Crawford WTO P traffic. We've got some really cold air for your weekend. First off your Saturday, not too bad. Yes, it'll be cold. Going for a high of 45 in the city, most suburbs in the low 40s. But not a lot of wind

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Jack Posobiec and Charlie Talk 2022 Election Trends

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Jack Posobiec and Charlie Talk 2022 Election Trends

"Right now is Jack posobiec Jack. Welcome to the program, Jack. I want to get your take on this on what's happening in Arizona. You were here on the ground with us all last week, and this is still ongoing. There's a lot of confusion. I mean, last night, you could have just you could have just put me over with a feather when I saw that Kerry Lake when 54.5% in some of the reddest precincts. Jack, what is your thoughts? Yeah, Charlie, one thing that I want to look at and as I go through the Pennsylvania numbers and myself is, is something that I think might actually bear out as to a larger trend that we're seeing here in the 2022 results. And it's not even necessarily so much a trend in terms of the issues per se, but we keep looking back and saying, why don't these numbers match the things that we saw in 2020, right? Why not the things why don't the and not just specifically the margin of victory, but when you go through the cross tabs, vote group by vote group that demographic by demographic, people turning out in different buckets. One thing and again, we're all kind of brainstorming here at the you were still in that fog of war moment. But internal migration, okay? So in certain states on the east coast, I'm an east coast guy. So on the east coast, you had a lot of people in Pennsylvania and New York. Pennsylvania New York were hit hard by lockdowns throughout 2020 and then vaccine mandates in 2021. In fact, where I am in the Washington D.C. area, we are still under vaccine mandates. I can't take my family certain places because of that. We actually had to cancel some plans this weekend because of that. Where did those people go? Well, of course, they all went to Florida. They filled Florida up and continued Florida on its trajectory that would set in path, obviously by Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis by turning it into just one of the reddest states that you'll find in the country, right?

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Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

"Nicole is now a tropical depression The storm is moving through Georgia this morning a day after causing havoc in Florida That's where it touched down Thursday as a hurricane and then a tropical storm The national hurricane center says Nicole could dump as much as 6 inches of rain over the blue ridge mountains today and urban flooding is possible as the storm moves into the eastern Ohio valley mid Atlantic and New England through Saturday and Florida most of the damage is along the east coast and the Daytona Beach area Nicole has caused at least two deaths and sent homes along Florida's coast toppling into the Atlantic Ocean I'm Donna water

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Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

Nicole weakens to tropical storm over east-central Florida

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

1 dead, more than a dozen sick from outbreak tied to deli meat

"Nicole is now a tropical storm as it batters parts of Florida Robbie Berg of the national hurricane center says Nicole's winds have come down a bit but it still a large storm That large wind field is to still producing storm surge problems along portions of the east coast of Florida up into Georgia and South Carolina And then even later today we'll see some storm surge flooding in the apalachee Bay Area of Florida Berg says Nicole is expected to continue moving across Central Florida possibly emerge over the far northeastern Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and they move across the Florida Panhandle and Georgia tonight into Friday I'm Donna water

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Hurricane Nicole forms; Florida awaits rare November storm

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Hurricane Nicole forms; Florida awaits rare November storm

"A rare November hurricane will make landfall overnight along Florida's east coast The last November hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. was Kate 37 years ago Hurricane Nicole has top sustained winds of 75 mph as it rolls towards floor disease coast Storm surge beat erosion has already wrecked dozens of homes and buildings Brad Reinhart with the national hurricane center says the surge runs some 370 miles along the coast into southeast Georgia From north Palm Beach to altamaha sound Georgia We're calling for peak storm surge values of three to 5 feet Disney World and universal Orlando closed early Wednesday Airports including Orlando international have closed as much as a half foot of rain from the system could fall along the blue ridge I'm Tim McGuire

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NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

NASA launch of moon rocket delayed again by tropical weather

"The hurricane forecast for Florida forces NASA to delay its moon rocket launch again NASA was aiming for an Artemis launch from the Kennedy Space Center Monday But now says it's pushing that back to Wednesday at the earliest because of Nicole threatening to hit Florida's east coast around midnight as a hurricane Evacuations are underway in the national hurricane center's John angelos says warnings are in effect from Boca Raton to a round Daytona Beach Strong tropical storm category one hurricanes expected to be the landfall intensity and up there near the cape canaveral area the hurricane conditions are possible Fuel leaks have kept the rocket grounded since August then hurricane Ian forced it back to the hangar It's now back on the launch pad NASA said the rocket is designed to withstand heavy rains and high wind I'm Julie Walker

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Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 weeks ago

Tropical Storm Nicole bears down on the Bahamas, Florida

"Tropical storm Nicole bears down on The Bahamas forecast to become a hurricane as it heads to Florida Evacuation orders in effect on Florida's east coast from Palm Beach to Daytona Beach including Mar-a-Lago and Kennedy Space Center which is delaying the moon rocket launch The national hurricane center's Daniel Brown We're not expecting this to get the much stronger than category one hurricane But because the system is so large really almost the entire east coast of Florida except the extreme southeast part and the keys is going to receive tropical storm force winds over the next 12 to 24 hours He says Nicole's winds are already 70 mph and increasing rainfall from three to 5 feet is forecast also life threatening storm surge with the storm surge amounts as high as three to 5 feet I'm Julie Walker

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Nicole strengthens to tropical storm en route to Bahamas

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 3 weeks ago

Nicole strengthens to tropical storm en route to Bahamas

"A hurricane warning is in effect for The Bahamas and parts of Florida with the really bad weather expected to hit the sunshine state Wednesday night sparing election day National hurricane center specialist Jack Bevin says the hurricane warning for Nicole affects Florida's east coast from Boca Raton to just south of flag the reach and even more parts of Florida as well as Georgia have storm surge warnings We are expecting surges as high as three to 5 feet or parts of the open east coast of Florida We are also expecting a fair amount of heavy rainfall It's already started raining in some places He said three to 7 inches is expected many areas still reeling from damage caused by hurricane Ian Northeast Florida may actually have more severe impacts than it did from Ian because we are expecting the very large area of winds of the north side of the store to cause prolonged high winds high tides if possible The storm surges up in that area I'm Julie Walker

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Why Early Voting Is Important?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:21 min | 3 weeks ago

Why Early Voting Is Important?

"Alexa Thomas coming, ladies and gentlemen, some of y'all. Me and the wife went and voted early. We voted today. We're in the line. They say this is the lines are going to be crazy and out of control. And see, this is where you get caught up in. If we were to go vote tomorrow, and let's say we show up to vote in the line is much longer than we thought it would be. It's gonna bounce up against my radio show. And then I can't quit the radio to go finish voting because I didn't pre plan it. So it could potentially bump up against the radio show and then I'm not gonna be able to go vote because I need to finish the radio post close by the time the radio is over. See, this is the thing that I'm telling you guys. Now, all around the country is probably too late for many people to vote, especially if you're on the east coast. But if you still have time, you better make sure you take care of that or get up early in the morning to go do it. You do not want to get caught up. The weather gets bad, it's a storm, to be able to wait outside for three or four hours? Or are you going to give up and go home and miss your only opportunity to vote? And all these Democrats, they voted early. They mailed it in and they got it all done. And we wait of ballots on us. Or they have to close the election place. Or there's a threat, a terroristic threat in a poll. And you don't get a chance to vote on your only chance to vote.

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Goodbye to Deadline Hollywood's Nikki Finke

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:16 min | Last month

Goodbye to Deadline Hollywood's Nikki Finke

"A great journalist died Sunday morning. And I'm sure a lot of you never heard of her. But if you live in out here on the West Coast and working in this business, you would have followed her and hung on her every word like I did. Nikki think was a veteran entertainment journalist who founded deadline back in 2006 and she helped it grow into a major player among the must read Hollywood trade magazines, variety in The Hollywood Reporter. And she died yesterday morning down in Boca Raton, Florida after a long illness she was 68 years old, and just seeing that age scares me 68. That's just 8 years old and I am now. And she's gone. Let me tell you, once you hit 60, there are two ways to act. You can convince yourself you got 25 years left or concede and cover up and wait for death to Shaw but your door. It helps to have someone you love and others you live for that keep you going. But Nikki Fink didn't have either of those things. So her 60s living alone in Florida and hospice care where a lot of east coast people tend to go to die, must have felt like the right time to check out. Nikki was a great writer. No one had the acerbic wit that she had. Her phone calls were feared, and if she ever wrote about you, it was better to put your hands over your face and read it through your fingers. She was one part investigative reporter, one part gossip columnist, although she hated that term and one part judge jury and executioner. She saw right through the Hollywood elite and trust me when I tell you, hers was the first column they read every morning when she ran deadline from a home somewhere in studio city, California. She had hundreds of sources, broke hundreds of stories and scared the daylights out of everyone in this town. Be they a superstar actor, studio executive or production assistant.

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N. Korea launches missile toward sea after US-SKorea drills

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | Last month

N. Korea launches missile toward sea after US-SKorea drills

"North Korea has reportedly test fired another missile I'm Ben Thomas with the latest South Korea and Japan are both reporting a possible launch South Korean military says North Korea fired a ballistic missile towards its eastern waters early Sunday but offered no further details The Japanese coast guard is warning ships about falling objects and urging them to stay away The launch would be North Korea's 6th round of weapons tests in two weeks It comes hours after the U.S. and South Korea wrapped up a new round of naval drills off the Korean Peninsula's east coast These involving the USS Ronald Reagan aircraft carrier I'm Ben Thomas

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2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

2 Russians seek asylum after reaching remote Alaska island

"Two Russians claiming to have fled their country to avoid being dragged into its war in Ukraine have turned up on a remote island in Alaska asking for a phylum I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Senator Lisa Murkowski's office says it's been told by the U.S. coast guard and customs and border protection the Russian national said they'd fled a community on Russia's east coast to avoid compulsory military service They landed at a beach near gamble on saint Lawrence island in the Bering sea the isolated community has a population of about 600 It's located 200 miles southwest of nome in western Alaska and just 36 miles from a Siberian Peninsula Senator Dan Sullivan's office says its understanding is the two arrived by boat I'm Ben Thomas

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'We're with you,' Biden tells Puerto Rico ahead of visit

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

'We're with you,' Biden tells Puerto Rico ahead of visit

"President Biden is said to survey storm damage in Puerto Rico which suffered catastrophic flooding last month Before hurricane Ian hit the U.S. east coast Fiona came ashore in Puerto Rico in two weeks later tens of thousands remain without power We're going to stay with it and stay at it as long as it takes The president says his administration will not forget the U.S. territory as it recovers He is expected to announce some $60 million for shoring up its levees and flood walls and to create a new flood warning system He's due to visit Florida Wednesday Sagar Meghani Washington

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Biden: 'Our country hurts' after Hurricane Ian slams Florida

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Biden: 'Our country hurts' after Hurricane Ian slams Florida

"President Biden says he will visit Florida once conditions allow as hurricane Ian continues devastating parts of the state The president says the hurricane could be Florida's deadliest yet The numbers of still are still unclear but we're hearing early reports of what may be substantial loss of life He says many families are hurting and the entire nation hurts with them The president visited fema headquarters for an update on the federal response to Ian which administrator deanne criswell says will keep wreaking havoc up the east coast A storm that we talk about for decades Sagar Meghani Washington

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"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:17 min | 3 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"In the east coast are just curious about, which is the new boom in Florida. What is the character this time of the boom in Florida? I mean, you were there with Bogart and bacall a few years ago. But what's the character of the boom this time? I would say that the real estate boom ball and Tom is extraordinary. I purchased my house on the island of Palm Beach. In 1999, it is up 17 X so what do you do? And who was who are these people? I mean, do you get the sense? They don't have a score. They're moving from up here, but that's always happened, but do you think that it's sticky? I mean, aren't they going to wake up and say, you know, they are hedge fund guys like me, but the 30 years younger. What's the mistake that hedge fund guys like you 30 years younger making right now? Liz and Saunders had a great chart out today of the mood of alternative investments. What's the different practice now versus when you were in your ute? Well, I think I've labored on the transformation of market structure movement from active money management investing to passive investing risk parity, the popularity and explosion of exchange traded funds. So I think the one mistake. And this is one of the reasons that sea breeze why I always average into my loans in shorts. Is that market structure changed tend to exaggerate short term moves and no short term moves, by the way, can be weak or a month as we saw in the polar opposite action in June and July and the indices. So I think it's important the mistake to answer your question is to not take a full position at the get go to average end because the market because the market market structure is so different than when I was a kid at kiri Peabody as a housing analyst. It was a few years ago. Doug Cass, thank you so much. Seaweed's partner was in there. He is a bit tepid short on the market. Dow, negative 400 down negative three 97. With our news in New York City here's Michael Barr. Tom ball, thank you very much. Democrats say the political winds are shifting after months of talk that Republicans would have a landslide victory in this year's midterms on top of voters minds according to a new NBC poll threats to democracy. At 21% ahead of cost of living at 16%, President Biden's approval rating, however, is sticking to 42%. Heavy rain and flash flooding continues to threaten millions of people in the west, at least 12 million people between Arizona and Louisiana including much of Texas remain under flash flood warnings at Zion national park in Utah, a woman is still missing after flash flooding on Friday. Search and rescue teams are looking for 29 year old chatel, agni hore from Arizona. Jonathan schafer is the park spokesman. The family has been in the park and we're working to support them as they go through all this with all of us. There are more than 20 people working on this search and rescue operation. And they're working all along the length of Zion canyon. Zion national park spokesman Jonathan schaeffer says her backpack was found which contained many personal belongings, including her cell phone. It's believed that gasoline prices will probably keep dropping at least for now. Energy secretary Jennifer Granholm spoke on Fox. Our energy information administration has projected that by the fourth quarter, gas prices will be around three 87 on average. However, if supply and demand kick in, prices could go up. If China opens up significantly after COVID, there will be a more pressure on demand. Secretary Granholm says the war in Ukraine took a lot of oil off the world market after COVID. Basketball Hall of Famer Dennis Rodman says he intends to visit Russia to try to help WNBA star Brittany grino get back home. Ryan was sentenced to 9 years following her conviction on drug charges earlier this month. Live from the Bloomberg interactive broker studios, this is global news, 24 hours a day on air, and on Bloomberg quicktake. Powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts more than a 120 countries on Michael Barr, this is Bloomberg Tom Paul. Blue button there. Thank you. It's my first time in the studio. Thank you again for getting that. For me, Michael Barr, I just mentioned with Doug kiss. The Yankees are 6 O 7 ball, mets are 6 42 ball. This is exciting. Metz Yankees, I mean, come on, it's like 6 average 6 26 30 ball. I have to say it into all the mets fans out there, including my father in law and mother in law, I like the odds this year of the mets. Well, this is the soft part of the Met schedule. Bringing the Yankee Stadium. Yeah. The way the anchorage. But as badly as the Yankees have played the stadium sold out every day probably just amazing. So yeah, so the excitement level, Tom, in New York City, both in Queens and The Bronx is just awesome. Yeah, they got a two game series Yankees and mets starting today. And Detroit takes on this miracle, the angels. Yeah, you know what? Why are the angels losing to the tigers? I mean, let's be honest, I'm happy, it's all get up. But the angels should not be losing to the tigers. I'm sorry. That's why they play the game. I want to celebrate the sport seems to be doing so well, but do you hear kids playing baseball? Do you ever? Well, I'm gonna just lacrosse mad. We're not lacrosse mad part of the world. It's tough for my little town to get a literally going. I mean, because every kid plays lacrosse. Yeah. I mean, it's fascinating to me. How well the sport seems to be doing and the excitement of it. And yet, it's the opposite of a soccer. We're the kids. Well, now there is a problem because you've got the football games kicking up. There's a shortage of referees now. For what? Yeah, there's a shortage of referees. Kids American football? You mean? English football or American? No, American football. Oh, American sense. What's that? Michael Barr, thank you, Bloomberg business of sports

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"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

05:38 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Guys so much. That's so cute. Lisa, what do you want to take this week? My one good thing is, you know, I was going to tell car in about this before the show and I forgot. So I'm going to show where we're picture. And then I'll tell you guys. I don't know if Karen's going to know what this is when I shower, but I promise you this is not like a sonogram or something. Everything is this is not funny how you first go there though, Lisa. Because, you know, this is how I found out I was becoming an aunt, I got a surprise picture held up on a Zoom many years ago. This is for car until look at. Is this a butterfly? These are soon to be butterflies. I have to, at the moment, I have to crystallize. Crystallizes. You have two chrises? Okay, two monarch caterpillars that are currently in the chrysalis age. And they are working on transforming their bodies and souls into beautiful monarch butterflies. If you have been listening to the show, I don't I've told car in some of the nitty Gritty of what it's like to try to raise caterpillars into butterflies, including disease, death, and it has been a long, hard road. I have had one caterpillar turn into a butterfly under my care since the fall, and it was while I was out of town last December. So I didn't get to enjoy it. These guys, I got to see them both, go into chrysalis over the past couple of days, and if I'm counting correctly, they will come out as beautiful, perfectly formed butterflies after I get back from a trip I'm taking over Easter. So, I think fingers crossed, I might have successful caterpillars two and three. Now they are neither of them are named Paris Hilton, Nicole Richie, Kim Kardashian, or Lindsay Lohan. I stopped with that train of names because so many of them died, I couldn't do it to myself anymore. One of them was named big juicy. And because they get fat and juicy and plump and wonderful. So that was big juicy. He was first and then the second one was juicy fruit, like the gum. And did I set up a home security camera today to watch one of them one went to my office and didn't want to miss when it went into crystals. Yeah, I did. I did. I sure did. And it was worth it. So I'm just trying to foster this new life as all I'm trying to do. Aw, please stop. Thank you. I love this for you. This is really hilarious to watch. And I'm very excited for you, actually. This is very sweet. I'm super psyched. Is helping foster caterpillars part of coastal grandma style. I'm just asking. Oh my God, a 100% has to be because any coastal grandma worth their salt has a garden of some sort. True. True enough, true enough. It might be a little parsley plan on the windowsill. It might be a butterfly bush in the backyard, but she's gardening. Karen, what is your one good thing this week? My wife, good thing this week is the movie everything everywhere all at once. I'm sorry. Did you? I saw it on Saturday night. Tell me, tell me everything. I have no idea what to say. It's bombastic irreverent, deeply affecting, moving. It's everything all at once. It's really hard to describe, but what a great theater experience. It's so beautiful. And you know, I don't think it's for everyone. I think that you have to have a specific sense of humor. There's a lot of off color jokes and visual humor to it that if you're a little like, yeah, it's not for you. It's not for you. That's okay. But it's wildly creative. It's such a widely creative movie. What did you think about it, Lisa? I think the two people who left the theater during the showing the island to missed out. On the Internet. I mean, like if it's not for them, it's not for them, and that's fine. This movie, how would I describe the plot in like ten words or Michelle Yeoh is a laundromat owner going through a family crisis, but also going through a Supernatural crisis? Perfect. That's a great description. Yes. Yeah. And though it is very dramatic in many parts, I laughed so hard at this movie. So hard. It has some ridiculous humor. And I don't want to spoil it for anyone. I'm going to talk about my favorite parts with Karen off the record. But yes, if you yeah. Yeah. I saw a brief interview with Michelle Yeoh describing this movie and she started crying when she was talking about it because she said the script that I've been waiting for. This showed all of my ability. The showed all of my range of emotion that I'm a full human. And she really got choked up and describing it because this is the script that she's always been waiting for. Which says a lot, because she spent in some amazing movies. She's such a powerhouse. She's a powerhouse in two countries. Yeah, I don't write. Worldwide girl. Yeah, she is. I am so excited for her that movie was well worth my two and a half hours. I didn't get up to P one starring that movie. That says something. I held it in because I don't want to miss anything. It moved, too, right? And I was just like, what, what am I gonna miss? I still cut a processing it. Yeah. Same car and I am so psyched that you saw that movie and that you enjoyed it. Me too. That's it. That's the universe show. I'm Lisa. I'm Karen. And this is pop fashion. This.

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"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

03:46 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Oh, if they wanted to give me money, I would say that every week. Honestly, though, this conversation about dress code is so irritating. I work remotely for a super cool software company. When the pandemic hit, we closed down our U.S. office in Chicago, and we've been doing all video calls. I'm in the executive leadership team and most days have to be fresh faced and ready to go by 6 a.m.. I put on makeup because it is what helps me wake up and get focused in the mornings. I go to the gym midday, so my afternoon meeting colleagues see my post workout sweaty hot mess. This week I hosted a collaboration week where we had colleagues flying in from Europe and all over North America to meet each other and work together. Oh, that's nice. Right? I'm a huge advocate for bringing diversity to tech, and I wanted to ensure that the people I brought in felt appreciated and were shown that they mattered. I took over organizing the week because the bro they put in charge of it literally said the words sports bar happy hour. So he could watch a game and I wanted to die. Rather than picking some generic coworking space and boring hotel, I hustled to get us one of the best coworking hotels in the city and organized a fun event at a unique venue. I then showed up every day dressed the fucking part. My absolutely adorable and highly talented young team so that I look like an influencer and they couldn't believe my organized the space for them. This is adorable. I wanted them to be creative and be inspired because these insanely talented people have been working by themselves from home for months. By creating the environment where people feel inspired, they will bring their a game. This we do at my company even remotely by fostering individual growth. I'm an executive, but my success is measured by how much I'm growing other people in their desired area. This email is not to toot my own horn, but rather to say, that maybe these companies should stop worrying about people's appearances and start actually empowering people at work. Preach. I don't care if someone arrives in a ballgown or sweatpants. I for years was given these messages about how I was supposed to look in order to be professional, and I never succeeded in those kinds of environments. I felt demotivated and felt like an impostor. The second I found a place where I could be myself, I flourished, shocking, I know. Anywho, I come back to the bag of dicks, sending them now. Thank you for your great work. You're on fire, ladies. Oh, what an basic email. Thank you so much for sending that in. Also, to go on the record if you want to send us an email to your own horde toot away because the people who listen to this show have done and are doing amazing things, feel free to pump yourself up, send us an email at any time. I love that you did this for people. Because it just makes people feel included and special. All people at the end of the day want to do is feel seen and recognize that with the work they do. And who they are as individuals versus a monolith. So I just congratulations for stepping up for making people happy. For thinking, just for thinking about their experience. That's a really amazing thing to do. I love it. On the topic of workplace dress codes, I want to give a little shout out to our listener, a friend of the pod Wesley. Wesley says to tag onto your latest episode where you talked about office dress code, I was interviewed this past year about how to tiptoe back to the office without losing your personality and individuality in your workwear. So, I want to give a quick shout out to that. Also, thank you, Wesley for tuning your horn and telling us that this exists because I think it's going to be helpful for people. It is on a website called spaced out Doc dot com spaced out DOC dot com and the blog post is called business casual. What?.

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

05:20 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Knot just turned into a question mark. It's a shape shifter now. Next story, target is testing a partnership with thredUP. Thred up the second hand marketplace, you may have shopped on it. I have shopped on it numerous times. They are behind target testing out selling second hand clothing on their website. So thredUP is running the back end of it. So you can get to it through targets website, but thredUP is doing all the backend stuff. Target is saying that it is a way to further its sustainability goals and better serve its customers. They are including about 400,000 women's and kids items. That's a deep catalog. The products that are part of this are target private label, but they're also a bunch of other brand too. It's like the target dresses that you'd find on sale. Like stuff like that. But it's also brands like J crew. Free people. Zara, that are showing up on this website. This is not new, a lot of companies are doing secondhand. We've talked about many of them. Here, a lot of luxury companies are starting to get into it. ThredUP itself has partnered with a lot of brands like madewell and Macy's and things like that. I went on the site and the thing that why I brought it to the podcast is this. It was the first time it really struck me that the public is giving the clothes to these places where it's going secondhand. So my thought process is this. Since they can sell like a J crew sweater on target site. That came from somebody. And targets ultimately getting a cut of it. That struck me is kind of weird this time around. Because I can't determine where my clothes are going. I'm assuming when I give clothes to thredUP. When one of their bags, they're going to thread up like they're selling on their site. But they're curating for other companies, too. Um. So, are the prices the same as they would be if you were shopping on thredUP directly? Do we know that? So I perused and I felt like the prices were fair. They were what I would expect a secondhand. What I would expect from thredUP on their website, it seemed good, but it was like, I was just like, this is our sweater. They're selling it through thredUP on target. So what's happening with the products? I don't know. Am I overthinking this, Lisa? I want to see this. I'm coming to liqueur. I'm coming. I need to see it with my eyes. Okay, shop now. Okay, I see it. Yeah. Why do I got to do this on the target website? Is my question? Why don't I just do this on the thredUP website? I'm guessing because they're curating for a target audience. And when you look at the product as a whole, I could say as a target shopper, you're like, yeah, I'm kind of within this realm. I kind of get this, which is a service. It really is because when you go on thredUP, there's so much product and so many different types of styles. Like the idea of being able to call that a little is helpful. These pictures also look pretty good in comparison to some others I've seen. Am I overthinking this? Actually interesting. I don't know, it's interesting. And I can't, you know, you know why it bugs me. You know what grinds my gears? Is that it was like before when we were talking about search engines? When I go to Amazon target Walmart, the process of filtering through what is a third party seller, versus a thing that is sold by Amazon or target or Walmart, meaning it is in their warehouse and it gets shipped from them. That part of the process is exhausting to me. And I hate it a lot. Because it's confusing and because the shipping cost and time promises the retailer gives me isn't always in line with what is realistic with the third party seller. And so I may click on something put it in my cart and find out that that's not what's really going on. And it's just a lot of back and forth for me mentally. And if I went to target dot com and happened upon this site, which is target dot thread up dot com. I think it creates more confusion for customers who are already overwhelmed with my search. That's what I think. If I'm going to target, I don't want someone's used Lululemon shorts. That's still cost 40 bucks. I think there's something that's just not lining up here. And I can't really articulate it. But it bothers me. Not to the point where I'm going to go hold a sign outside of target. I'm just saying we're like, as a business, it doesn't really match up for me. Yeah, I'm a little confused by it too. It doesn't mean it's a bad partnership. It just means that I don't know what the ultimate goal is, I want to see how this plays out. And they are framing it as a test. So it may be something that they do for a little while and then pull back on because it's not working or it's not meeting the objectives that they want or who knows. Before a 100,000 items is a big way to start. It's a big, broad.

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"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

09:12 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Flipping through a magazines. Grabbing a treat at a French bakery. Going to Williams-Sonoma. And hosting. I find this story and this sense of style very wholesome. I'm pretty cute. Lisa, do you embrace coastal grandma style? While I do hang out with a lot of east coast coastal grandmas. As a Florida person, you're on a shuffleboard team, exactly. I hang out at a shuffleboard club where the median age is 78. So when, okay, when I first saw this headline in our document where we gather thoughts, I was like, I hate this. Because I had in my head what it looked like. I thought it looked like the beach house that you ran for a week with your family. And everywhere you turn is a little decoration item that says beach, beach. Live laugh waves. Like, you know, like something like that. That's what I thought when I heard coastal grandma. But what I'm hearing is I'm retired. Casual retirement. And that is a lifestyle and an aesthetic that I can embrace. And it's a style that really she is saying people in their 20s should embrace too that why wait. This is about living your most, your best coziest life, and at first I was like, is this kind of a norm core thing, but I think there's a more intention behind there's a little bit of like cozy glamour that I'm that I'm feeling in this, you know? I am sure that as we are talking about this, some people readily identify, like yes, give me magazines and a glass of buttery Chardonnay with this. You had me until Chardonnay. Change it to be an agile and I'm a 100% in. But yes, I feel like through the airwaves I can hear people screaming either because they see themselves in this trend or they do not understand this trend at all and it makes it sounds like nails on a chalkboard to them. I want to hear from both of you. Exactly. Please cite your sources with things in your wardrobe or in your home or in your grocery cart. I mean, this is not my style, but I think it's pretty cute. There are parts of it that I very much relate to. I love having fresh flowers on the table. I love setting my coffee pot the night before, so it brews at exactly 7 30 in the morning. I like linen pants, maybe? Oh, I do own linen pants. And when in shirts, I mean, I do live here. There's a certain ease in this lifestyle. That I am into. I need to embrace that aesthetic more. Let us know if you are coastal grandma style or not. Or you east coast or West Coast, apparently. Like rappers, there's a division. Let your inner Eileen Fisher come out and about, all right? Well, well, well, well, well, I think I want to sing a song next. Fashion crime is my favorite subject. Yeah, you didn't know this was gonna be a crime, but I've decided it's a fashion crime. Kohl's and Walmart got into trouble. The Federal Trade Commission has issued penalties against both retailers for marketing rayon products as bamboo. Oh, dang, nope, can't do that. Since 2015, the FTC says, each retailer has marketed at least two dozen items as being made of bamboo in both product titles and descriptions. In addition, they have both marketed some of the bamboo derived products as providing general environmental benefits, like being free of harmful chemicals using clean and non toxic materials. Both companies are also charged with making deceptive environmental claims, touting that the bamboo textiles were made using eco friendly processes. But the FTC says, even if you're starting with bamboo and turning it into something else, converting bamboo into rayon is not exactly eco friendly, it requires the chemicals. It requires all the chemicals I just mentioned that they were advertising weren't involved. Further, the FTC says, in a blog post, natural bamboo textile is scratchy. If you're looking at some bamboo product that is silky, it has been treated in some way. It has been turned into rayon. Kohl's will pay $2.5 million, and Walmart will pay $3 million. They both have to stop making, quote, deceptive green claims, or using other misleading advertising. I don't know where the money's going. I didn't do the research on that part. You have to find that out on your own. So here's something I do know. This is not a new issue. Back in 2010, the FTC warned 78 retailers, including Walmart, that it better not be labeling ray on as bamboo. And since then, it has served penalties against Amazon, Macy's, Bed Bath & Beyond, Nordstrom, and several others. The FTC act, which is very old, created rules around how products are labeled. If the FTC has reason to believe that our retailer has a violated those rules, it can be a penalty as long as a judge signs off on it. But here's the thing, I want to leave you with this thought. So there was the press release in which the FTC said, we are filing these penalties, and this is what's happening. But there was also this consumer facing blog post that was like what you need to know about these deceptive claims. The headline, on the FTC consumer blog, says FTC says coals and Walmart bamboozled customers. That's probably funny. Like I groaned and then I smiled and I copied and pasted it right into my document. Like what? Like, what, what? What, what? How no, somebody's just trying to get their coastal grandma style on. And they are getting bamboozled by these sheets. You know, how much does that really surprise you though? Have you chopped for sheets recently and gone and felt it and been like, ah, something feels kind of wrong. Like, how they charge in this much for this view. I don't understand it. Have you had that experience? Yes, yes, and I know that there is a lot of the whole sheets and towels, market is, it's all a sham. There's a lot of fashion crime, fashion crime. There's a lot of BS happening to that. That department of the store, but yeah, it's one of those things where like I still want to feel the thing before I buy it because I just don't trust it. Or even like, remember when bamboo socks were a really big thing and it's like was I just buying Raya on the whole time? I think I was. I think I was. That's the big question. Because I think bamboo as a product is really great and I know there is great stuff made out of it. I don't want to discount it, especially because it grows so fast. I got some questions and this particular lawsuit is like, is justifying some of those questions maybe? Yeah, I it made me realize that I need to pay more attention to labels. Look at me saying that after all these years, I'm like, maybe I should be more attention. But I really want I want to see and feel the difference between a natural bamboo product and one that has been extruded into my own. I want to I want to see the extrusion differences. One thing I don't understand about this story is that did the retailers was it their private labels that were doing this or they were selling they were selling wholesale products and those people were lying about the products, but the retailers still had to be on the hook for it. That I am not sure. It's really confusing, right? That's a really confusing distinction. Yes, that is the part that I am sort of foggy on. What I can tell you for sure is that these retailers were selling allegedly selling items that did not fit for the label that was on them, right? But I do not know if these were white label items where they sort of supervise to the process of obtaining them or if they were just stuff that they were wholesaling. Fascinating. Either way, it begs the question what the fuck is this? What did your sheets hose in your sheets? Question mark, what's in your sheets? What's on your sheets? Your sheets. What is of your cheese?.

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"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

03:02 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"And we know a lot of people who do like really amazing handcrafted work and I feel like they're getting beat up right now with this platform. Yeah, yeah, I did a little bit of a search this week to see what would happen if I went on the website. Could I tell that there was anything going on. And so I just typed the word strike into the search and I got lots of results of sellers who had taken down all but one listing in this one listing had screenshots of what it cost, like basically showing a sale for one of their typical items and then showing all the fees coming off and what was left for them. And this is a platform that rewards sellers who ship fast, ship free, who are giving in to instant gratification. Well, it's an Amazon mindset of how you sell because exactly that's what the company wants to compete with, but you still have people who are literally making soap in their small garages or whatever. That's who's putting out the products and they're doing an amazing job at it. But you can't have that person. They're not a one person Amazon. They're just not. Right. And they should not be expected to be. I think we can have it both ways. It's just you Etsy need to double down on what you really are and what you really should be. You can grow Etsy with without losing sight of that original vision. I don't know exactly how, don't ask me for tangible to dos. They don't want me anyway, so don't worry about it. Why don't they want you, Lisa? Everybody wants you. I don't think they would like my attitude. I would come in and be like, see what you're doing wrong. I would mansplain it, honestly. And I don't think they would appreciate that. That would be the first time in my life that I've mansplained something. Listen, your top knot would just get bigger and more glorious as you did. Oh man, I'd be like, listen here. My top knot turns into a megaphone. And it projects my voice. This is what every boyfriend I've ever had. It's their nightmare. Having a megaphone in anywhere in my vicinity. Yeah. I think it sounds delightful. Or at least you like it. My opinion is what counts. Let's do this. This is straight. On this show, there's two opinions that count. And you're listening to them both. Thank you so much. Why are you turning it off? What's that? Don't leave. Please, we love you. I hear you reaching for your phone, stop that. Let's move on. Let's give them more of what they came here for. Which is our voices. I'm going to give you a fun one. Coastal grandma style might be the next big trend. The headline on this article is so adorable. It is TikTok is suddenly obsessed with living like a middle aged divorcee. It's.

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"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

Pop Fashion

08:05 min | 7 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Pop Fashion

"Am here in awake to see another day, thank you. How about yourself corn? Well, you just told me that when you hear truth, your top knot grows, is that how you put it? Oh yeah, well, actually, I believe that what I said was when there's new drama, my top knot gets bigger. Not to say that drama and truth are like sometimes there's a big middle section of that Venn diagram. So yeah, I thrive under dramatic conditions. Well, you have a beautiful topknot going right now. I'm thinking because we talked to drama before the show or we're gonna talk drama during the show. So I think that's why that's happening. I think that is a factor and also low humidity and high not giving a fuck about washing my hair lately. They have all converged upon my crown. But those powers combined. Top knot. If I were a superhero, can you imagine me when we started this show? I never could have been top knot girl 'cause I had that little pixie cut in now. Top knot girl is here to save the day. Like, I pull little weapons out of my hair. Can you imagine? I love this for you. Yes, I can't imagine, actually. Yeah. I sleep sitting up. It's like pepper spray up in there? Yes. Call me James Bond. We can work together. Let's get into it. Fashion news are really retail news is where we're starting out. Lisa, what's going on with Etsy? Boy, oh boy, more than 20,000 Etsy sellers went on strike the week of April 11th. They closed their shops, they replaced item photos with graphics, explaining the move, so April 11th was the first day the company increased seller transaction fees from 5% to 6 and a half percent. The hike was imposed to pay for improvements in marketing and seller tools, according to CEO, Josh silverman in an announcement. Silverman also said in a report to investors, quote, we have demonstrated our ability to make improvements that directly translate into more sales for our sellers as evidenced by record sales per seller in 2021. The last time Etsy raised transaction fees was 2018. It went from three and a half percent to the current 5%. Oh, that's a big jump. Oh my God. Yeah. Exactly. So there was a notable jump then in 2018 and then there's also a notable jump and instead of doing this like a half a percent of time. These big jumps. There are also listing fees, so every time you list an item, you pay 20 cents, there are also payment processing fees. So transaction fees are just a part of the overall equation for money coming and going if you're selling on Etsy. Sellers who are on strike are saying the new hike makes it untenable for artisans to make a fair wage selling on the platform. On top of that, their map about an off site advertising program that made it unpredictable how much sellers would earn, and some sellers found out that they were unable to opt out of that program. So basically, Etsy was advertising their wares. Off of Etsy, and then when a sale would come in, they weren't sure how much of a Kai Etsy would take until it already happened. Oh, no. So we can probably all admit at this point that we live in a global environment where prices are going up. For just about everything under the sun, right? Like inflation is real, it's infecting us all. But Etsy as a publicly traded corporation has had a very solid few years. In a letter sent to silverman on April 11th, Etsy strikers said, Etsy has become a downright hostile place for authentic small businesses to operate. For both full-time and part time sellers alike, the changes on Etsy have brought many of us to the brink of financial ruin. After giving Etsy two years of record profits under the most difficult circumstances imaginable, we're tired, frustrated, and ready to fight for our seat at the table. It is telling that as I started to tell you about this story on the podcast car and stopped me to tell me that the original 5000 Etsy sellers that signed a letter, this letter to silverman that I just referenced. It has grown and the strike is now more than 20,000 sellers. Now, there are a lot more sellers than that on the platform altogether, but to have 20,000 individual sellers, pull their listings for an entire week and say, we're not doing this. Is a very bold and it's there's a lot of solidarity happening here from what I can see. Yeah. We have a lot of Etsy sellers who listen to this show. So you guys know better than we do about the day in and day out operations of the company. And a number of you have contacted us and said, hey, these increases are like killing any money that I would make on the platform. Or would make for my work. And the CEO of the company today when we're recording recording on the 13th came out and basically doubled down and said, you know, we have to have these increases because we want to position the company to ultimately be successful and compete with Amazon. His idea was it's going to hurt and the short term, but in the long term it's going to make everybody a little bit more money, especially the shareholders. But my thing with that is I can understand es talked about before about how they want to be the original search engine where you go find an item, right? So instead of going on Amazon and being like, I want a cup. I want a coffee mug. You go to Etsy's platform and be like, I want a coffee mug. That's the first top of mind thing that you go to. But the thing that the CEO is not addressing is that you were talking to individual hand crafters who can not scale and are not supposed to scale with the same sellers that are on Amazon, because Amazon sellers, yeah. Those products are manufactured, the stuff on Etsy, it is supposed to be the brand promise back at the beginning of when this platform was started. The brand promise was that it was handmade, handcrafted items, and you can not make 5000 widgets when you are an individual seller. You can maybe make 5 things. Because you are taking time dedicated time to make those items. It is slow. It is the slow movement. From what I hear with Etsy sellers bigger companies are coming on the platform to sell things at scale, which defeats the purpose of the platform, really. It goes against that brand promise. So the big thing is, who is the company right now? Are they a place for handcrafted items? Or are they not? Why do you want to compete with Amazon with handcrafted items? I don't get it. What do you think? Also vintage items. Here's the vintage representative. Yeah, if Etsy is trying to be a certain time when they suck at it. You know, it's just not because Etsy has been flooded over the years with sellers who aren't doing handmade or vintage. Yeah. And I have a lot of leeway for the people who sell some level of supplies for doing stuff. Of course. Arts, crafts, et cetera but there's also a lot of just like cheap shit that you can tell is just churned out and it's meant to look crafty and it's just mass produced and that's just not what it's supposed to be. Like I'm all for a small businesses being able to scale and get bigger. But you may reach a point where Etsy is not the place for that anymore..

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"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:40 min | 8 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

"And sophisticated maintenance But it is very common that cameras either aren't working properly or even if they are working properly aren't pointed in exactly the right direction CBS News has learned even before the New York shootings Congress was considering a significant increase in funding to secure rail systems The Biden administration is sending another route of aid to Ukraine including more weapons and equipment Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby Taylor to meet urgent Ukrainian needs for today's fight as Russian forces shift the focus of their ruthless aggression now to eastern Ukraine Satellite images show you create excuse me Russian forces gathering there ahead of what could be more intense attacks A woman in Miami faces murder charges for killing her children Police were responding to 9-1-1 hangups from the home when they found the three and 5 year olds on a bed with their arms legs and necks tied up Paramedics couldn't revive them Millions of people along the east coast are now bracing for another round of strong storms and possible tornadoes weather channel meteorologist Mike bettis The storm's return again from Tallahassee Florida all the way up through New England Places like D.C. Baltimore Philadelphia and New York the storms come along I 95 rate at rush hours when a lot of people will be on the roadways more than 200,000 customers don't have power right now in at least 6 states The federal government is extending mask mandates on planes trains and buses for an additional 15 days to May 3rd over a rise in COVID cases The BA two omicron sub variant is now responsible for a vast majority of new infections in the U.S. This is CBS News This spring art.

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"east coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Okay up and down the east coast communities are digging out after a blizzard Massachusetts saw the worst of the storm over the weekend Boston tied its single day snowfall record with two feet dumped And as you travel southeast from there towards Cape Cod along the coastal communities there are concerns about flooding and erosion W C AI covers Cape Cod Good morning Hi Steve Hey I want people to know that Cape Cod is constantly in motion the coast is constantly changing but it sounds like it was a pretty dramatic change over the weekend That is right Over the weekend an inter today we are working on cleanup of snow down trees and power lines and so far all that clean up is moving quickly But during the storm at 1.41% of Cape Cod was without power as temperatures dropped into the tens and low 20s At one point a conservation manager told me that people who didn't have heat at home got in their cars just to drive around so they could stay warm they ended up getting rescued after they got their car stuck in a snow bank But by lunchtime today county officials are hoping that power gets returned to nearly everyone And is this right that at the same time people were dealing with a winter storm and a snowstorm they're dealing with flooding Yes absolutely There were a number of low lying coastal areas that were completely underwater around high tide during the worst of the storm I think the most notable flooding was probably on the island of Nantucket several of the main downtown roads were covered in a foot of seawater There are videos where it's pretty hard to tell where the ocean ends and roads begin in.

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"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:11 min | 10 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Labor Department has sent an emergency regulation to The White House So do we Bond yields around the world are tumbling Bloomberg daybreak With Karen Moscow and Nathan Hager Straight ahead latest local headlines plus the check of sports We get more names at 5 eastern On Bloomberg radio the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com Thousands of flights are being canceled again today as the east coast begins digging out from an intense winter storm Flight away reports over 2300 flights within into or out of the U.S. have been canceled and over 500 have been delayed Republican senator Susan Collins of Maine says she likely won't support former president Trump if he runs for reelection Certainly it's not likely given the many other qualified candidates that we have that have expressed interest in running Appearing on ABC's this week Collins also spoke out against Trump's suggestion that he might pardon people charged in connection with the January 6th attack calling it a dark day in U.S. history Rafael Nadal is the new all time Grand Slam champion The tennis legend defeated Daniel Medvedev in an epic 5 set match to win the Australian open The win is the 21st Grand Slam title for Nadal breaking its high with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer for the most all time That's the latest I'm Dina kodiak And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom encouraging signs we could be through the worst of the uma cron driven surge in COVID cases as of today 41 states and D.C. are reporting plunging or plateauing case numbers But more than 62 million eligible Americans remain completely unvaccinated Mayor Eric Adams at a briefing in New York City this morning announced a new plan to offer free same day delivery of antiviral pills to eligible COVID patients We want to make sure that no one with COVID has to move throughout the city Adams says New York is one of the only places in the nation where this free delivery is happening Investors are wondering where oil will go this week after it rallied last week the 6th straight weekly gain prices are trading near a 7 year high more from Bloomberg's Charlie pellet Robust demand is tightening global markets as supply remains constrained a chorus of Wall Street banks and oil executives are forecasting a return to $100 oil Additionally heightened geopolitical risks driven by fears that Russia may invade Ukraine have also contributed to crudes climb Charlie pellet Bloomberg radio Nix crude was quoted at 86 82 a barrel at last quote could that jump to $100 a barrel Chevron's CEO Mike worth tells Bloomberg yes but it's not going to last And then of course we also have geopolitics that are present again a few years ago These types of events didn't seem to really impact commodity markets And today they appear to be doing so And so a $100 is certainly within the realm of what we could see in the next few months longer term we think markets rebalance and prices will moderate Chevron posted disappointing profits after slumping values for some long held fields for the oil giant's ability to take full advantage of searching energy prices Global news 24 hours a day.

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"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 11 months ago

"east coast" Discussed on WTOP

"Up with the snow that forecasters say was falling at a rate of two inches per hour Stay off the roads That's the big thing The roads are very slick In the nation's capital government offices and schools are closed It's a similar story up and down the east coast The storm also cut off power to more than 400,000 customers in Tennessee Georgia the Carolinas and Virginia and thousands of travelers hoping to fly home after the holidays found themselves grounded This is affecting all airlines many airports It's a mess on a mess on a mess That was travel industry analyst Henry heartfelt speaking there President Biden takes on the price of meat in a virtual call with farmers and ranchers at The White House The president spoke of a conversation he'd recently had in his kitchen with his sister in law's friend and she was saying do you realize it's over $5 for a pound of hamburger Mister Biden blames a lack of competition with four large processors controlling 85% of the market Our farmers and ranchers have to pay whatever these four big companies say they have to pay The president says his administration will strengthen rules governing meat packers and use a $1 billion from the COVID relief package to help independent processors grow Steven portnoy CBS News Washington Kids as young as 12 may soon be eligible for boosters after the FDA gives the green light The action by the Food and Drug Administration paves the way for children 12 to 15 to get the Pfizer booster We found most parents approve of the move This is something that we've been waiting for I will be the first one in line with my 13 year old This is fantastic news This mother however is reluctant If they do get sick the symptoms are very mild So I don't want to put something in their body for something that mild Before the boosters can be given though the CDC must also approve the move Steve federman CBS News In California at the Elizabeth Holmes theranos trial the jury's after weeks they can not reach a verdict on three of the 11 counts she faces the judge told them to get back to deliberating Apple has become the first company to hit $3 trillion in market value CBS's Jason Brooks iPhone 13 sales have reportedly outpaced demand during the holiday season while iPhone sales make up half of the company's revenue Apple is seen stronger growth from services like Apple TV plus At the close the Dow gained 247 NASDAQ up one 87 This is CBS News Never miss a moment top news from 24/7 360 five listen on air on Alexa and on the WTO PF.

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"east coast" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"east coast" Discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt

"Yes yes absolutely. You cut the intro off slightly but but you're in such a brush and anxious to get in here. I could see you're so excited. Yeah yeah but you can still hear the music though so yeah yeah so. This is one of my dear friends. Good friends might pinelli He runs east coast karate in seaford right for new york and then running a school. For how many years mike. Since while i took it off with somebody. I started in the early eighties with it. Started in nineteen seventy eight and then. My instructor actually head music keys. Eddie says take it over and that was you know. Probably you early eighties. Wow so over thirty years. This school has been in operation. And you've been running at teaching martial arts there full-time correct. Wow pretty insane so Yeah so anyway for all the listeners. Mike system of martial arts is campo will go back into his background. But i'm excited to chat with you about a multitude of different things on how you made it through cova to how you run your school and and so on so Mike tell us a little bit about your background your system. I know you train with a lot of interesting characters and how you've got to where you are tonight base. I started in. Nineteen seventy one with the al tracy system. Tracy's karate and i did that from like from eleven on up..

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"east coast" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

GSMC Football Podcast

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"east coast" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast

"To the right place. We know you want to get into more of the nfl action and more college football and we know you wanna talk about it more. You're bouncing off the walls. The nfl is back coach. Football is back baby. So let's do this concert a lot to talk about lip breaking down baby. Let's break it all down because we're going to get into a crazy weekend of college. Football coming up later down on the segments laid down in the podcast week to was crazy. There's a lot of action shout organ shadow to that west coast and east coast bias. Everybody talks about yeah. Let's throw that out the window but before we get into college football. Let's get into the nfl just because it's fresher minds just because it's everything and it's all people wanna talk about right now and you know what i know. You wanna talk about it more so you know what let's get into it and let's talk some ball so starting with early games on sunday a lot of great performances expecially at the quarterback position. But let's talk and let's start off in tennessee man. All i gotta say is arizona might be the team. No one's talking about the arizona. Cardinals might be the team that surprises everybody now during the offseason. They got a bunch of good veterans. And we'll get into that but going into tennessee. The tennessee titans with the addition of julio jones and yet derrick henry one of the best running backs in the game with addition vijay brown and ryan tannehill leading offense arizona. Just said you know what a enough were sick of tennessee. Being everybody's media darling we're going to show you why the nfc west is the nfc best. Look at cuyler murray. Nobody and i guarantee you. Nobody had this guide having this performance in week. One twenty-one for thirty to two hundred eighty nine yards in the air a nine point oh average four through one pitt. But you know bounced off. Him wasn't his fault. A whopping one hundred twenty rating as a quarterback that right there might be one of the greatest performances in his career. Let's go back to the average though the nine point zero yards average. Do you realize that every time he threw the ball all twenty one yards. Or excuse me. Oh twenty one completions. He had win for nine yards and above so every time. This guy throws the ball collar. Murray he's averaging nine yards one more yard for first down so basically he's averaging a first down every throw that's crazy. There's a reason that they just molly walked that they just manhandled tennessee. Thirty eight to thirteen thousand one surprising surprising scores of the day for me. At least i did not expect tennessee to just get out played and out. Perform outplayed outperformed and got out coached necessarily against arizona. Which many people thought. Oh they'd be the bottom dwellers in the nfc west. No no no not so fast. My friend not so fast. We need to start talking about arizona as a legitimate offensive contender in the nfc and it just showed. Just look at the numbers. Just look at. The numbers gets tennessee. This team in tennessee is supposed to be a playoff contender. They might win the afc south and they were probably contenders for the super bowl in the off season..

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"east coast" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"east coast" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"I also do see a lot of parents. That are buying their adult children of condo in downtown san francisco right now because either they're working there or because it's become a little bit more affordable and the overbidding in san francisco's. Calm down so much you have a little wiggle room with even negotiating you know. So i see that coming back and i do see that in in the coming months in the coming years it's going to bounce back. Maybe not as strongly as it did this last time. But i do see prices coming back for shore with the momentum of buyers that are wanting to go back in as second time second homeowners or potentially just an in town or even as a rental property. That's great insights so Could you profile your east bay buyer a little bit further and curious with the difficulties with transportation. Where is this buyer working. Oh yeah this is such a great question because the profiles exactly the same for all these so young ish couple young couple. I'd say between the ages of thirty and forty five working in silicon valley one or two. A one or two people of the household has completely stopped commuting and has had the option of working from home and so that profile is so happy to move to the suburban homes that have these great schools for their kids and the great parks for family lifestyle. Backyard excetera bay usually have an in law or apparent that either with them for. Let's say a couple of months out of the year or somebody that actually just lives with them So they want that expansive house that has announced house for potentially six people. And it's usually dual income has been wife both working and i would say most of them are still okay to commute to the silicon valley even in the potential traffic coming back For at least maybe twice a week and they're okay with that because it's only twice a week and they got out of the house twice a week but then they get to come home to like beautiful backyard and a much bigger home that they owned prior to to how this world has changed in the past twelve months. So that's pretty much the profile buying so these clients clearly you have an outstanding relationship with. I think last time we checked fifty five star reviews on your zillow profile in. And i'm i'm wondering you know the testimonials in the reviews that we were. Were checking out your. Obviously you're meeting. You're exceeding your client's expectations you know. What's the formula that turns a customer into a repeat client. Oh such a great question so staying in touch and being wholehearted about the trump action today. I really don't like using the word transaction because i'm not very transactional when it comes to my clients. I hope they feel this The goal is that i'm part of their journey and their life changes so once you buy with me or once you sell with me. I truly truly will be open and honest about feedback of houses that they're going to buy if there's something i really don't think is good for them. I will share that. I will be open that a not very transactional in that sense like oh you like a house. Let's just write an offer without my opinion So i think that that probably has a lot to do with it..

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"east coast" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"east coast" Discussed on Casandra Properties Real Estate Podcast

"That has a swimming pool right now. Is on fire like it's just crazy whereas before pre kobe but it was like oh pool i probably won't even use it and i'm going to spend the fifteen grand to fill it up. So that dynamic has changed but location. Wise we have the east bay. Which is which is what's been blowing up in the past twelve months and the south bay which is considered silicon valley is still holding up. It's still crazy but it's the type of homes bed are different. I would say single families in all these markets are highly desirable condos and townhouses have taken a little bit of a backseat Because of lack of space condos and townhouses also have a lot of stairs which now with a dynamic of most people still working from home and kids at home and potential in laws and visitors and guests that are staying longer those try level townhomes and condos. Don't don't work very well for those scenarios. So and in san francisco right. I mean the san francisco market has definitely definitely changed the condo market in downtown san francisco has changed most of the owners. There have moved out to the east bay. So what is an average price in your. Let's say one family. Detached royce point average price. Point about one point is and a lot of first-time homebuyers are jumping at that price point. And i say that so hesitantly because something may be priced at one point. One one point two but it'll get over bid to one point five so the average is become one point five and for that you're getting anywhere from fourteen to eighteen hundred square foot single family with the decent lot. Obviously the closer you get Price point of Two million you'll start getting slightly bigger homes. It's about twenty two to twenty six hundred square feet twenty seven hundred square feet with bigger lots so the first time home buyer profile is jumping and really at the one point five mark not to say people are not jumping in at the million to million to mark. But in that price point you're really looking at condos and townhouses so you touched on something really interesting there A spar with my sellers all the time on. Yeah curious your your opinion. You had talked about one point five but you hesitated because the list price was one point. One one point two. Yeah are you a you a believer in Hitting the mark from the previous calms..

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