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California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole
"The the man man who who assassinated assassinated Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy has has been been once once again again denied denied parole parole calling calling the the slaying slaying one one of of the the most most notorious notorious crimes crimes in in American American history history California California governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom rejected rejected a a recommendation recommendation from from parole parole commissioners commissioners to to release release her her hand hand Sir Sir him him the the man man who who shot shot and and killed killed senator senator Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight five five others others were were wounded wounded during during the the shooting shooting at at the the ambassador ambassador hotel hotel in in Los Los Angeles Angeles which which took took place place moments moments after after Kennedy Kennedy claimed claimed victory victory in in California's California's democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary in in his his decision decision Newsome Newsome said said Sir Sir hand hand now now seventy seventy seven seven still still lacks lacks insight insight regarding regarding his his crime crime and and poses poses a a threat threat to to public public safety safety during during his his parole parole hearing hearing Sir Sir has has stopped stopped short short of of taking taking full full responsibility responsibility for for a a shooting shooting he he said said he he doesn't doesn't recall recall because because he he was was drunk drunk Kennedy's Kennedy's widow widow and and six six of of his his children children hailed hailed Newsom's Newsom's decision decision well well two two of of Kennedy Kennedy son son supports supports our our hands hands release release the the defense defense attorney attorney says says she she will will ask ask a a judge judge to to overturn overturn the the denial denial saying saying the the parole parole process process has has become become politicized politicized and and the the new new Senate Senate nor nor California California law law I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer came came
US climate pledge faces test in Senate with global impact
"The United States international climate pledges facing a test in the Senate that will have global influence after United Nations climate talks in Scotland the buy did ministration faces the test of a filling promises to invest for a new era of clean energy the house passed a roughly one point eight five trillion dollars social policy climate bill Friday including five hundred fifty five billion for cleaner energy but the bill must quiz through the Senate by the narrowest of margins to get past climate scientist an energy analyst Zeke house father says that modeling by researchers at Princeton University and elsewhere fine said of Biden's package passes the U. S. will still miss the target of cutting fossil fuel emissions in half by the end of this decade by about five percent if the bill fails entirely that falls to twenty percent house mother says market forces making renewable energy ever cheaper will help carry that it states a lot of the way but it will be harder for the US to convince other countries like China and India to follow through on their climate commitments if we're unable to follow through on our own promises Jennifer king Washington
GOP governors confident they'll dominate Democrats in 2022
"A sharply divided house has approved the Democrats sweeping social and climate bill Democrats themselves were divided for months but have now muscled through an expansive package of their top domestic priorities one point eight five trillion dollars for big changes in everything from education to the environment but there's more give and take to calm the packages near certain to face significant changes in the Senate before going back to the house still today's near party line vote is a big if temporary win for Democrats and president Biden whose poll numbers have been falling amid concerns over inflation and the pandemic Sager
White House confident Biden's bill will pass House this week
"As president Biden prepares to sign the infrastructure bill his economic advisers hope all the white house's domestic policy package will quickly pass the house this week consumer prices have soared six point two percent over the last year and the director of the national economic council brandy signal it's prices may not fully return to a more normal level until next year he says the one point eight five trillion dollar package coming to a vote in the house this week will go a long way towards lowering costs for American families appearing on CNN and ABC Sunday talk shows D. said the measure includes provisions that will lower the cost of prescription drugs health care child and elder care and housing and help get Americans back to work house centrists have said they will vote for the package if an upcoming Congressional Budget Office analysis confirms White House estimates that the bill is fully paid for the bill faces even bigger challenges and evenly split Senate over cost with no votes to spare Jennifer king
House passes $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill
"Biting a legislative win by approving the one trillion dollar traditional infrastructure package the yeas are two hundred twenty eight and the nays are two hundred and six late night passage of a bill to improve the nation's roads bridges and other public works projects ends a lengthy stalemate within the Democratic Party in Congress Majority Leader Steny Hoyer says infrastructure upgrades bring many benefits to millions of good jobs here in our country and it will make significant significant investments in promoting the deployment of clean energy technologies Tuesday's election losses for Democrats spark new pressure to deliver some meaningful legislation they'll try later this month to vote on president Biden's one point eight five trillion dollar social spending bill despite GOP opposition listen to what the voters of Virginia says stop the massive manages magic spirochete this general that's house minority whip Steve Scalise Jackie Quinn
Biden's big bill on brink of House votes, but fights remain
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the house resumes work this morning on the president's domestic spending package after failing again to reach the finish line Thursday house Democrats will be back at work at eight AM hoping to finalise president Joe Biden's now one point eight five trillion dollar domestic policy package the Democrats want to vote on the president's signature proposal and the companion bipartisan one trillion dollar infrastructure built that long ago passed the Senate bill half the size of Biden's initial three point five trillion dollar package the domestic bill is still more far reaching than any other in decades house speaker Nancy Pelosi appears to have decided to pass the most robust bill possible leaving the Senate to make adjustments or strip portions its members can't agree to Mike Rossio Washington
Cardinals set team record with 15th straight win, beat Cubs
"The cardinals picked up their fifteenth consecutive win is Harrison bait or Tyler o'neill and Paul the young homered in an eight five win over the cubs in Chicago the young sac fly broke a four four tie in the seventh catcher Yadier Molina and center fielder bait or were part of a pair of run down to the game a double play preserving the Redbirds one run lead in the eighth it was the fourth double play of the afternoon for the cards who have homered eleven times in the first three games of the series St Louis topped the previous club record to fourteen wins set in July nineteen thirty five on the ferry
Brewers Rally to Top Cubs 8-5, Move Closer to Division Title
"Kolten Wong hit a tie breaking single with two outs in the eighth inning to spark the brewers eight five decision over the cubs I was in a triangle there due to much even though it looked like it sometimes in those things but you know I was trying to really just hone in on that strike zone right down the middle and and not get off of that you know these guys before me had a really good at bats and I wanted to continue that trend the walkie scored four runs off reliever Rowan wick in the eighth to come from behind to beat the cubs for the tenth straight time Luiz arena strove in three runs and long was three for five with two RBIs helping the brewers cut their magic number to for for winning the NL central Frank Swindell hit a solo shot for the cubs the first Homer brewers starter Adrian Houser had allowed since June twenty sixth I'm Dave Ferrie
Retail Sales Rose Last Month Even as Delta Variant Spread
"Rising cope with nineteen cases have not kept many Americans from shopping the commerce department says retail sales were up a seasonally adjusted zero point seven percent last month economists had predicted a drop in spending up zero point eight five percent the delta variants spread has changed where people are spending online sales were up five and a half percent last month but sales at restaurants and bars were flat from a month earlier after health officials recommended even vaccinated Americans should wear masks in public places indoors soccer make ani Washington
Darvish Earns 1st Win in 11 Starts, Padres Beat Angels 8-5
"The Padres were eight five winners over the angels that you Darvish threw six innings of one run ball for his first victory in eleven starts Darvish allowed just three hits in winning for the first time since June twenty first against the Dodgers Adam Frazier had two hits and three RBIs during an eight run second thank god R. B. as in one inning under the past month so that was a good and I was fun it was good to jump out early like that J. Cronin worth at two hits and an RBI for the Padres who moved a game ahead of the Reds for the second NL wild card mark moments and pitched the ninth for his thirty seventh save tops in the majors Joe what dalam longer as homered for the angels I'm the fairy
Marmolejos, Mariners Score 4 in 9th, Avoid Sweep by Astros
"The mariners avoided a three game sweep by scoring four times in the ninth inning of an eight five win over the Astros Jose marmalade host hit a tiebreaking two run single with two outs in the ninth before JP Crawford slammed a two run Homer the mariners trailed most of the game before tying it at four on a two run double by Jared Kalanick with two out in the seventh recently signed Marwin Gonzalez hit a two run Homer and Jose out to they had a solo shot for the AL west leading Astros Houston starter Jose or kiedy permitted four hits and two runs in three innings his second start since coming off the injured list I'm Dave Ferrie
Schwarber, Red Sox Beat Indians 8-5 for 3rd Straight Win
"Kyle Schwarber's big night at the plate carried the red Sox to an eight five win over the Indians Schwarber's smacked a first inning solo blast for his one hundred and fiftieth career home run and later delivered a tiebreaking two run double in Boston's five run seventh hunter Renfrow added a three run blast for the red Sox who moved three games clear of Oakland for the second AL wild card Austin hedges hit a two run Homer and Jose Ramirez had a solo shot in two RBIs for the Indians I'm guessing Coolbaugh
Araúz Recalled, Hits 3-Run Homer to Lift BoSox Past Indians
"The red Sox rallied for a four three win over the Indians is Jonathan arose smacked a three run Homer in the eighth inning unravels was recalled before the game and made the three hour drive from buffalo arriving shortly before the first pitch the red Sox were down three one and had managed only one hit through seven innings off Cleveland starter Logan Allen and reliever Alex young before storming back at the eight five James current check the rally allowed Eduardo Rodriguez to move to ten at seven and keep the game where was the ones that are always going to hit a home run then and now is now is just about to win games when I was young I don't feel about like circus stuff it's all about just about when the games are so minor Jose Ramirez hit a two run Homer off road Regus and you Chang added a solo shot for Cleveland I'm Dave Ferrie
AFC South Football Preview: Best Bets, Picks and Predictions
"Kick things off and this may be more two minute drill as we go through the division in alphabetical order. Starting with the houston texans who find themselves listed at a robust twenty three to one to win the division their win total at fan duel. Sportsbook sits at four dollar twenty. Should you want to go under. It's amazing when you look at the houston texans overall profile just a year and a half ago. This very franchise headache. Twenty four seven lead over the kansas city chiefs in the playoffs. We were all talking about them. Maybe getting to the afc championship as cinderella. And here we are a franchise completely in shambles most likely without a franchise quarterback and really lacking direction When you look at the houston texans worse record against playoff teams last year owen. Ten and this is despite to shawn watson putting gaudy numbers but pain rather than breakdown. What the texans don't have on either the offense or defensive side of the ball. should we attacked a coaching. Hire david kelly takes over as the oldest first time head after twenty seven years of serving as an nfl assistant. I'm not really sure what's going on with the organization and we're seeing the market react in a strong manner. I mean this total has been blitzed from under five in this morning. You look some places. And it's four under minus twenty five so like three point eight five the win total here. So there isn't a lot of confidence in the texans. And you start to look at what this roster is and it's tough to find wins on the schedule with who they're going to be trotting out there. I mean we talked about to shawn watson. And how fantastic. He was over. The last five decades seven quarterbacks have had as good of a season as to sean had last year and they finished with a losing record. Only seven quarterbacks. In the history of this league have played as well as the shawn watson team finished with a losing record so an shawn watson texans last year. That was the worst record of any of those quarterbacks so it really just shows how talent void this roster is and somehow you mentioned the new regime bringing in an old coach in cali but the organization really doubled down on that approach and they've managed the impossible really of having the oldest roster in the nfl with below average cap space. It's not a good combination. And so you know you start to look at the four wins last year and how they achieved it and it was still an offense that was above average inefficiency thirteenth. And now you have this. Massive downgraded quarterback and i mean tyrod taylor is what he has. He's thirty two and the best attributes about him are his athleticism his quickness. How fast he is but at thirty two those of all those things and so this is just a monster downgrade. You do look at the schedule of defenses. That the texans will play its. It's bottom six overall and against the oh. There is some hope there. I guess defensively that is going to still be a problem. You're looking at a unit that finished thirtieth inefficiency. The schedule of offense is this year are going to be really good. Can be hovering around the top. Five rate in basically overall efficiency passing offense all of those key areas I i don't really know how this team's going to get to their win. Total and i think that's probably the interesting part about
American Gold Bonanza as Tokyo Olympics Near End
"Felix Contreras Levinson final battle for Olympic career a gold as the American women went to the top of the podium in the four by four hundred meter relay in a time of three minutes sixteen point eight five seconds I know those people in my life who came before me and how they inspired me and I'm also thinking about that the young girls and boys who are inspired by these women by their dominant performances after a disappointing games on the track the men's four by four hundred meter team finally struck gold the cruise down the home stretch crossing the finish line in two minutes fifty five point seven zero seconds the US women's water polo team capturing its third straight gold medal they defeated spayed by a final of fourteen five team USA couldn't get the timely hits and run production but the Japanese could as the host country won gold for the first time in baseball shutting up the U. S. to nothing I'm John whether it
Held Hitless Into 7th by Houser, Pirates Top Brewers in 10th
"The brewers continue to lead the NL central by seven and a half games over the Reds after Milwaukee wasted a four nothing lead in an eight five ten inning loss to the pirates brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled after tossing hitless ball over six and a third innings Hauser walked five and left with a four nothing lead after tossing one hundred four pitches Gregory Polanco singled home the tie breaking run in the tenth and Brian Reynolds followed with a two run single at the site Garcia tied the game for the brewers with his third hit and third run batted in the game an RBI double in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
Plane Crashes in Russia With 28 People Aboard
"Item. One is a crash. petropavlovsk kamchatsky Antanov twenty six and twenty six Registration romeo alpha two zero eight five performing flight to fifty one from petropavlovsk kamchatska to polana russia with twenty two passengers and six crew was on approach to pelota in foggy and cloudy conditions when contact with the aircraft was lost. The aircraft has not landed at any airport. The aircraft was later found to have collided with the top of the coastal slope. About three point eight kilometers. Which is about two point. One nautical miles from the airport. There are no signs of survivors on july seventh. Twenty twenty one come. Kamchatka does emergency ministry reported rescue and recovery forces fifty one people strong have reached the wreckage at the foot of the cliff and have so far recovered nine bodies and identified one of the recovered bodies. The recovery operation is difficult with the winds around eighteen meters per second which is about thirty five knots. Waves of one and a half meters of visual survey of the area is underway. If weather improves a helicopter will join the efforts. On the ninth of july emergency services reported they were able to recover one of the black boxes that will be sent to moscow for decoding. Several human remains were also recovered. The search for the bodies as well as the second black buck box are still underway. Rescuers have in. The meantime reached the top of the cliff on july tenth. 2021 medical services reported that human remains of all twenty eight victims have been recovered and are being sent for further examination. Kamchatka regional government reported contact with aircraft was lost just when the aircraft was maneuvering to begin the final approach about nine kilometers five nautical miles before the airport At about fifteen hundred local time the aircraft had departed Petropavlovsk at twelve fifty seven and was estimated to land at fifty five. The aircraft carried twenty two passengers and six crew The government also published a list of the passenger names
Pederson, Rizzo, Contreras Homer as Cubs Beat Cardinals 8-5
"The cubs rallied from a five one deficit to beat the cardinals eight five Jack Peterson hit a solo Homer and a two run double to lead to come back Anthony Rizzo and Willson Contreras also went deep for the cubs who had a full house at Wrigley field for the first time this season Rizzo homered on the fourteenth pitch of the at bat definitely remember will most number one that's you know with with not being a hundred percent today for the first time in and having everyone here first the cardinals it was a it was a really good moments make Chicago is fifteen and six since falling three and a half games behind St Louis for the NL central lead on may nineteenth Nolan arenado had three RBIs for the cardinals who lost for the seventh time in eight games and fell to thirty to one thirty one I'm Dave Ferrie
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"To eight five eight five zero see those clear skies continue across the area for this evening temperatures cooling off into the forties some of that light jacket handy item for any outdoor plans you have of course as we get into tonight it's all about those cold temperatures will see clear skies prevail lows eventually dropping off into the lower thirties for your Sunday sunny skies will break out another color day expected with highs reaching the lower to middle fifties back into the thirties for your Sunday not under clear skies and amber warming into the low sixties by your Monday under partly to mostly sunny skies I drug data forecast on W. okay why meteorologist Chris Johnson it's Rush Limbaugh one use radio eight forty WHAS you're listening to rush's week in review welcome back ladies double great to have you with us it's Rush Limbaugh this the most listened to radio talk show in the country play by play of the new happens each day posted by me Americans Rio anchorman and surpassing all audience expectations every day if you want to be on the program is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two email address L. Rushmore dot US Chuck Schumer the Senate minority leader says he is increasingly worried the trump may shut down the government again because.
"eight five" Discussed on The Grid
"-ality about their hand WanNa combos taken it's gone so this podcast will become progressively more difficult as hands like ace king are moved from the don't like if it were if I got Delta Four Times Ninety would say oh what are you have eight five off suit but in general is fairly tight so if I was I would play good hands aggressively and I had just to win a huge if the if the flop comes out in your favor because you're playing is if you're a two aces you were representing as two kings or some other high hand and then if five ah what I remember most of all is that fear that desire to chicken out because you always want to check it out you're playing eight five off suit the first guy the blinds raises than the next guy re raises and you know depending on the circuit I have to re raise again and then have them check to me on the flop so I am more control in that particular situation so that's what happened so in this one hand I'm thinking or a fi but that's the great thing about eight five zero two is that as opposed to like let's say a queen to with an eight five people in front of me of course I'm gold because someone's got a hand and is zero chance I'm going to block them out it would just be stupid to stay in the hand but like you can practice that one hundred times in a day like if you play tennis or even chess you can study thousand chess problems in a day or one hundred tennis you can practice your serve all day but I can't practise high-stakes psychological situations over and over again and poker I have to actually be in them and so you don't really it's really hard to get good at the psychology these things so the best way to keep psychology out of investing is keep position size small people say how much what percentage of my portfolio investment a really good Jason go up and they're thinking I'm going to say like twenty percent of your portfolio or fifty percents of no one percent and then if it goes down maybe another one percent because the idea is if this is GonNa Skyrocket to the Moon you'll never lose sleep at night and you'll make maybe one hundred times your money in a really good investment of public more likely with the becoming a public company but if you have a big amount that you invested in because you think Oh this is a homerun I'm GonNa put all as much money as I can in this is WBZ on wall if it's simply doubles it just feels too big to hold onto you get scared off am I gonNA lose this now I better take it off the table whereas if it was small and just keeps growing you're you're constantly playing with the houses money and you can sleep at night and watch your investment grow or if you lose the investment or that or whatever E it's one percent you're down you don't it's not a big deal I would have a business partner always debate should we put more money in this and always determine our exit strategies whenever we put money in always comes out that the math comes out no matter how much we would put in according to our exit strategies we would the exact same amount of money because we would just get out earlier because we'd be too scared and we know we're going to be scared that's so interesting because it's so analogous to advice that people give poker players never put more than about one percent of their net worth into any tournament although if it's in less there's like a really important exception or if you're running low in the tournament then you have to switch strategies you know and and you don't have as many choices about picking your spots you have to kind of play for instance the World Series Poker main event first of all easy to get investments for but also the career opportunities are so massive if you happen to make the final table that some people will break that one percent role but the idea is not to break it over and over until you have no money yeah and then of course the strategy in Pogo supposed to investing and there's a strategy you know if everyone else is trying to get to the top ten and your there's twelve players if you could run over the weaker players just by playing aggressively because you know they're gonNA they're trying to hold out right and that's a key issue having to larger a percentage of your net worth in one particular tournament or game and also you know a lot of poker players were highly invested in crypto currency very early so a lot of what you were saying there I think kind of reminded me of like some of the both triumphant the struggles that people dealt with because to me felt like the research psychological turmoil and triumph in poker for a couple of years people got so excited but then we're also filled with so much the over selling or not selling and we'll cryptos a great example where let's say the world adopts bitcoin as this global currency which many you believe some people don't believe but it's it's a viable opinion people can argue it on both sides if crypto there's one hundred fifty trillion dollars of currency in the world there's like one hundred billion worth of Bitcoin in the world so the gains that's like one hundred fifty thousand percent you can make there's no reason to put a big chunk of money if you put a thousand dollars in you're still gonNA make millions if the bitcoin dream comes true and if it goes zero okay a thousand dollars ten thousand dollars whatever you're you're amount is but if you put like let's say you have one hundred fifty thousand dollars in the bank and you put eighty thousand in Bitcoin you're going to be thinking about it every day it's GonNa rent too much mental real estate in your head I don't like when money rents I don't like it because I've experienced this too much and I've hated it I don't like when money rents real estate in my head and then it's it's like this this is totally useless thing taking too much of my time energy sleep let's to pick coin dream comes true and you put in all your money and now it's worth five million of course you're going to take it off and maybe you'll miss out on the rest of the game but if you just put in content say I say just quotes I'm making up a number whatever you're right number is and it runs up in the dream is coming true you might just let it hold you might run it up to thirty million because hey I only ten thousand I don't I never need to lose sleep over this maybe I'll take some games off along the way people don't think so you wanna you wanna keep psychological Oh stress low and you wanna be diversified which also means you can't put too much in any one investment in general you just keep your your more about staying in the game being diversified across multiple many hands and information gathering so you're you're making enough bets to gather information about your table and the type of hand people play the uh-huh people play I know probably the highest professional levels it's a whole different kind of game but you know just in general club play or you could you could you could roughly strategies like that it's really fascinating what you're talking about with these psychological implications of investing and poker actually I gave a talk at work in Philadelphia bit of name-dropping there give a talk at war and well and one of your one of your points that from one of your blogs came up as I always love this point you talk about negotiating and how a very powerful in negotiating to give very precise number so rather than like you know fall prey to unit bias and say like I charged like one k. for this you give specific number and I think that you see this poker to with like level one betting people often make it like fifty two hundred if they're if they're valued eh because they want to get that extra two hundred dollars they deserve it right whereas if they're blocking a lot of times somebody will just throw in a five K. chip and then obviously on the second level you reverse the two sees right I just always loved that point about the precision of negotiating yeah because if you put out a specific number the automatic level one Zha as you put it is that he has a mathematical equation that got him to this number first of all I could turn the tables I could say it's not how much my business can earn it's how much you'll earn with my business so I have a thousand customers you have a million customers you're gonNA make ten dollars per year for each one of your customers using my technology or whatever so that puts a value of ten million if we all agree with the formula in advance then we could start plugging the number so actually the right way that is to say okay let's agree how we're GONNA values doesn't matter my customers because they're all going away once they get sold but you have a million customers each of your customers we've already seen will generate about ten dollars in value for your per year just for the heck of it so you got a good deal let's cut that in half do we agree on that formula then you start plugging the numbers okay so now it's worth five million and it's hard for them to argue against that if they've already agreed to the formula and so with poker you could imagine some similar math if someone bets fifty two hundred fifty dollars you could there's some similar math they went through with thinking level one they're figuring out how much they're able to squeeze Adamy so you assume that they're trying to do they have like the best doughnuts the best hand and just trying to tease me in course level to could mean they're bluffing that they're doing that and then it gets more sophisticated did yeah no I love that point I just I mean it's definitely something I've used like for both my talks and also in my life so very valuable I love how you try to give these finance tips for regular people who didn't go to business school don't have an Mba don't work in the fields but they still come across price negotiations and there everyday life especially now as you point out and so much of your work where people often have side hustles or multiple income stream so it's not just like they get a job and there's like a yearly increase in raised okay have lots of negotiations throughout their lives like you have to get and here's the thing that people don't realize is that nothing really has any value it's all fiction great like someone could advertise on this podcast for instance and it's just fictional how much dollar should they pay per thousand listeners you could say well I charged this and now either pay it or not but then it's negotiation so I'm just curious what you think of these other two negotiating ideas and how it might apply to poker one technique is called anchoring bias so so let's say I have a company that I think I'm just GonNa make up numbers let's say I have a company I think I can sell for a million but I'm worried they WANNA pay less or nothing I can a okay they can say well how much do you want and I could say well I'm thinking nine and a half million and they'll just stare for a second and I was just kidding oh but now I've anchored their mind at a high number so when I asked for three million and then they negotiate down to one they think they've scored this huge win when he's got the number I wanted so it sounds simplistic but anchoring bias works as a cognitive bias that works another thing I like to do as a favorite technique of mind I'm wondering where this applies in poker because I could see it apply a little is I asked for advice so someone asks me like let's say I was being inconsolably what's your number for this service that you're charging for what's your number appear what's your number for whatever it is what's your salary number and I and my technique that here is 'cause the advice technique is say listen I'm really good at what I do you're going to get everything you want and look I just want to work with you and I wanNA work with a bigger team but you're like the the I use it says you're like the grand master of negotiating you've done this a million times I'm just as amateur who's good at what I do that's what I focus on so let let me ask you advice we're going to be working together we're going to be a team the only negotiation is one that's good for everyone what advice would you give me about what I should ask for so then they're forced to not give you bad advice because they don't want to because you said you're going to be team with them so they wanna give you good advice they're not going to try to negotiate you down at that point and I wonder where that might apply to poker I think that's one in which actually poker could not be a correlation as much as you would think of people actually make the opposite point about poker which I think is fallacy so I'm glad you.
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"eight five" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
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"eight five" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To eight five eight five zero this is six hundred for years ever with one Afghani welcome thank you what's going on well I'm kind of snowed under in Miami I have a small performing arts studio and we're going into our six year we're growing we've been growing every year and so I love what I do but we're not going to the point that I can hire extra help so on managing a lot and wearing a lot of hats area and my to do list excuse me my to do list are just very very very very long okay and trying to manage let me tell you what I've done is you know I own a business congradulations on six years is a long time thank you okay I have tried the computer route I can't do it just tell you right now there's a website I mean you can look at our for example tick tick is one a Google tasks is another remember the milk is yet another one but what I carry around and I just want you to look at it is it something called the bullet journal so if you go to a bullet journal dot com it's a way of organizing your thoughts as a business owner for the present for the future it is hand written and you carry this book where ever you go and I don't have a personal assistant I used to have one but since I've got the bullet journal I don't username I mean I don't need a personal assistant anymore and so I put links to some software solutions but what I'd really like to try something old school low tech notebook that you're gonna walk around with and again the websites below journal put a link to that too and ever thank you for your call come right back a DNA scam you're on the Kim commando show.
"eight five" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Eight five eight five four six four three zero six minutes the same as eight five eight five four six four three zero six talking about some other industries that we like at the current time okay talk about retail of course Amazon's really been a big competitor in that space no one Martin them have been going back and forth for for the last year or so in India the competition for online Walmart's really made some big strides there but Amazon is the one that really started to push push those retailers really depressed some the other retailer stock prices and present some great valuations now it's not just the valuation of work site about the US consumer continues to be strong looking at pepsico they are sure ported on sure this past week and they can sing say in the United States right now we don't see any sign of a consumer slowdown and we continue to believe that's the case as well in our firm it will see asset management and one reason well if you look at the Lloyds recent study back to school shopping it should give some aid to retailers because according to gain the weight we should see one point eight percent increase to twenty seven point eight billion dollars for kids K. through twelve on that back school such shopping while students in college we should see a two point four percent gain to twenty five point one billion dollars so again some not major games there some big dollars not sing in decline we're saying still continued growth in that spending which shows the consumer remains positive and a fifty four percent that budget for the shopping for those kids K. through twelve is actually for clothing and accessories I continue to like some of the retailers I think there's gonna be problems with stores like while Macy's has good valuations I just don't think Macy's has has that has the it factor that other retailers have a company like Kohl's I think is a much better position they did have a a struggle in Q. one right now they're they're valuations are very very attractive I like to see Machel gas and she's done a phenomenal job from that company into more of a competitor you know trying different things you get a phenomenal dividend with that business as well so in the consumer remains strong retail could be a a great place to actually look to invest got to be very picky in that industry though as I said there there someone that I believe could be what we call value traps no value trap is where again the valuations look very good great example this could be like a Polaroid camera years ago where it it got depressed because also in poor road was no longer popular and evaluations look very attractive there is no expectation for growth moving forward you gotta make sure again there is expectation for growth moving forward that you can find a business that has a sound business practice to actually you know get things going in the right direction I think companies like target Walmart Kohls are are actually going to be some the stronger retailers Walmart unfortunately does traded a little bit high valuation my opinion I think they're getting competitive with Amazon and and risking some of the the business fundamentals I think they're really taking a lot of costs that they're going to hurt them or long term so again you got to be careful here in the retail space I think it is a good space for the right retailers but again be cautious do the research understand the business understand the valuations are send the ballot she's kids again the balance sheet is very important for an industry like retail if we have a continued slowdown and they can't whether that downturn you're gonna see some continued bankruptcies as I continued because of course we've seen some major bankruptcies the retailer space including a Sears which used to be a dominant dominant player here so anyways again you want to call in phone number here is one eight hundred seven six zero K. F. M. B. the same as one eight hundred seven six zero five three six two they're gonna go ahead and take a quick break if that's okay here give some time to call on the show when you call in your call is up again nope no fought all phone lines open before to hear from you here soon.
"eight five" Discussed on KCRW
"Two eight five eight five zero this is weekend edition from NPR news I'm Lou Garcia Navarro this past week democratic presidential hopefuls busted out their Spanish was also twenty one order is an acceptable S. day president they are attacked Kabul this is almost complete got a persona an example this they're going to me I may always young Costello yes for a postal on the poor president did little sis thousand that was New Jersey senator Cory Booker former Texas congressman better or work and former secretary of housing Kolin Castro and then in New York City mayor bill de Blasio went to Miami the home of many exult Cubans who fled communism and said this which is a quote from famous communist leader Che Guevara the blood zero had to apologize here to talk about the use or maybe the misuse of Spanish this election season is who I think are the light a lot the co host of the lot next focused in the thick podcast and dare I say it ola Julio oh my god can we talk in Spanish a little some people call this kind of thing Hispanic is that what was going on here in your view yes and no because I think one of the things that people tend to forget is that this was also broadcast on Telemundo so I can understand democratic candidate saying all wow there's Spanish speaking viewers are instead of having someone interpret for me I'm gonna say something's in Spanish but I do think the timing of it felt a little bit weird in terms of what a battle Rourke I mean to start it just felt like I'm gonna show everyone felt a little bit over the top and I think that's where the issue is all right because I am of Cuban descent I have to bring up build the blood CO because for me it perfectly encapsulates the perils of busting out with Spanish know your audience you know some politicians really view the Hispanic community as a monolith and they don't understand that if you are in Miami even if you are speaking to people who are left of center busting out with a check of our a quote might not be the best way to win over that group what he said it was such a my any moment it was I think don't go there but at the same time I it does lead to a bigger question and I'm not trying to downplay this but it does lead to a bigger question about how Democrats are trying to deal with Latin Americans or Latino you know people of Latin American descent in this current election I think that is the bigger picture because we should note that the Latino vote will be crucial in the selection we thought made a difference in key races in twenty eighteen it could prove pivotal in twenty twenty we're seeing Democrats trying to capitalize and reach out to the Latinos do they have the right message I mean is are they going about it the right way I don't think they figured it out yet one of the things that I noticed in the debates and democratic debates like even if you take the topic of immigration you know who had cancer pushed everyone to the left and this whole like middle ground it's almost like Democrats are afraid when they hear socialism they're missing out a little bit on the Latin American left that saying socialism yeah I get it it's not that scary that's the new ones that's missing here because I think everyone just assumes that Latinos are just all moderates and independents but I think there's a lot of woke young Latino voters who understand the issues between right and left and I think there's this thirst to have some of these democratic candidates in brace that a little bit more that's where the interesting things are happening will it get new ones probably I hope so that was clearly got about a lot of the co host of the lot next focused in the thick podcast thank you very much glass yes hello the US women will play England in the semifinal round of the World Cup on Tuesday and so we thought we'd bring you the story of some other tough and inspirational female soccer players Gloria Hillard reports from San Diego California at the match up between the blues and the lights I was over there why does every year in a purple head scarf and wearing for the blue team Tina sucker is getting in some last minute dribbling practice well the thing about playing soccer and being seventy is I don't feel seventy although she admits when she's out and about and wearing her soccer uniform more often do you play soccer or do you coach soccer would you go to see your grand children like.
"eight five" Discussed on WJR 760
"Succeed where his predecessors most notably George W Bush, and Barack Obama had failed in terms of a sweeping overarching immigration reform proposal. And you heard it will be based on merit. It will have increased border security. It will lead to higher incomes for incoming immigrants which will enhance our economic growth in this country. What? Do you think about it, and do you think this is a legitimate legislative proposal or just an enhanced campaign pitch as we head into the twenty twenty elections, and perhaps it's both one eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven one eight hundred eight five nine zero w j r is I said it is a pragmatic approach the die. Think they have tried to stay away from the extremes of they have certainly totally ignored the issue of Dhaka and the eleven million immigrants already here illegally. There is nothing in this proposal for how to deal with them. Those are both things the Democrats on the left one on the right there may be a problem with the fact that the number of green cards that he intends to let over the next few years under this reform plan, will be the same number as we're let in earlier years, immigration hardliners, wanted to see that number shrink by half. In fact, Stephen Miller. His lead immigration guy, his lead immigration aid had just such a proposal laid out saying that those immigrants are competing with Americans for jobs and that, that legal immigration must be shrunk. Let's talk a little bit about and hear from the president himself. He says it is I said, this is really a three legged stool number one infrastructure. We don't have the screening technology at the border. That is necessary to keep drugs and traffic people from coming into this country. Everyone agrees that the physical infrastructure on the border and the ports of entry scrapie underfunded and woefully inadequate. We scan only a small fraction of the vehicles goods, and all of the other things coming across including people, and sadly, the drugs poor across our border. We're going to stop it. Investment in technology will ensure we scan one hundred percent of everything coming through now. That is something that some Democrats can get behind. Dan Kilby who received some briefing on what the president had in mind spoke with Fox News about that very element? Some of it, I think, you know, gives us the basis for a further conversation. I.
"eight five" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Just call eight five five fifty one bible. That's eight five five fifty one L E eight five five fifty. One bible. Spend a day with your kids while you're wearing a blindfold. Hi, this is Jim Daly with focus on the family. If you ask Jim Hughes, he'll tell you. He's nothing special. He's just a history teacher and a typical American high school who's doing what he loves, but he does have one distinguishing characteristic that makes him unique among his colleagues. He's blind and his students will tell you that his visual impairment, not only doesn't hold him back. It helps them maybe that's because gyms blindness forces him to enter their world, and listen carefully to what his students have to say. As a result. He's become one of the schools best in most respected teachers because he teaches by connecting with them as a dad that hits home for me. It's easy to think you can get by with lectures and rules, but sooner or later raising healthy kids comes down to connection for some teens that may mean jogging together at their pace letting them do all the talking while you listen. It could be joining them for a video game attending their sporting events or visiting their favorite restaurant. One of the best ways to connect with the child is to enter their world to do that put on a blindfold against all the usual distractions of your adult world and give careful attention to your child's needs. It could transform your relationship, and that's plain to see to help your family thrive. Visit focus on the family dot com. I'm Jim Daly. Here's.
"eight five" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"It's four sixteen on the block for some Luke from Littleton. And that's. David Bowie in the background as many of you probably know, hopefully, David Bowie died about three years ago last January and tomorrow night at the paramount theater. There is a celebration for David Bowie and Bernard Fowler, the background singer for the Rolling Stones will be there and Earl slick one of boys guitar players is going to be there. And so I'm taking the lovely Linda from Lakewood, and and a couple other friends are going with us. And so I thought I would play David Bowie today, and for you Bowie fans, I hope he enjoy it. And for those of you who don't listen to David Bowie much. Maybe you'll feel like the love that Bowie had for the last fifty years three zero three seven one three eight five eight five is our number. Yes. Yes. Yes. Mike Rosen found his glasses. They were in his pocket and he walked in and. God bless Mike Rosen. So today is presidents day. I was talking to you about the list of US states and the observance of president's day in two thousand nineteen I was surprised that fourteen states don't recognize presidents day. Okay. Interesting but ever since nine eleven I have found our country to be more patriotic than I had ever noticed before more flags are being displayed. And sometimes when I'm when I'm driving. I see flags displayed at businesses that are afraid at the end of their flag. And or there as dirtiest can be I'm so tempted to put my flag police badge, John and just knock on the door and say guys, you know, you're trying to do it. Right. You're raising the flag. But if you're going to go through all this, okay? You got it least keep it clean or lease. Not let it be. So torn and freight more not in e wo Jima we are not in Saigon. Okay. It is an American flag. And if you're going to hang it you need to hang it up properly. So instead of trying to figure it out. Myself and trying to understand why these guys don't clean it or these ladies don't clean the flags. I also noticed that some days flags are at half staff. But then two blocks down the road. The flag isn't at half staff. So instead of trying to figure it out myself and since it is president's day. I thought I would bring in Jeff Tom Zack from Rocky Mountain flag company to help set the record straight on how we display wave or hang the flag here in the good old USA so Jeff TOMS act from rocky mount flag company. I hit them up last week. And here he is here. How you doing pal doing? Well, thank you. Good. Thanks for having me today. Lou. I'm glad you're here in and you know, for for Jeff to be as cool as. As. To to get a lot of airtime with me because I'm easily bribed, right? What does he bring me? He brings me a Detroit tiger vertical flag. All right. Which is about as cool as can be. So he's going to be on till midnight. With me, we're going to blow off Prime Sports at seven. No. I'm just kidding. I'm just kidding. He's here for a half hour, but we do have some good east to give away. And. I want to get through some of the some of my thoughts. So first of all I hang a flag outside my door. I mean outside my house every day. I never take it down. I was reading about flags and it sounds to me like you should take your flag down at sunset every night. Well, you don't have to you know, if you're going to fly the American flag during the hours of darkness that should be eliminated. That's according to the US flag code. So you can either take it in or you can leave it up and placed the light on it. So we sell solar lights, and and there's ways to illuminate the flag because mine is not my flag is not a luminated. So it just hangs up there at night. And I'm kind of proud of it except after I read that and I found out. No, no. Okay. So so tell me. Now when George W Bush, George Herbert Walker Bush stripes, right? President Trump had the country. Keep the flags at half staff through December thirtieth. I believe correct. Okay. Well, some people didn't pay attention to that. And you know in the middle of the summer. Some of the flags were up some of the flags doubt. Right. What is the proper etiquette on one flag should be half staff, and that sort of sure well, there's two people that can authorize the flag to go to half staff and one is the governor of a state, and that would be if some incident Columbine Columbine affected mainly estate rather than entire country. The other person is the president the president. So you have a gubernatorial proclamation or presidential proclamation for flag-lowering in this case that was the presidential flag lowering what caught most people off guard was that? It's thirty. Day proclamation. Most people thought it's from the time of death to the time of burial or seven to ten days, and it can vary greatly. But anytime current or former sitting president passes away. It's a thirty day proclamation. President a former vice president or current vice president would be a ten day flag-lowering proclamation, and that's standard across the board. Everything else. Everyone else. It can vary from the time of death to the time of burial. And that there's a lot of circumstances that can play into that. So it can vary from seven to ten days to two weeks, and it really just varies quite a bit. So a lot of people this this past December. Lowered the flags for seven to ten days on and put them back up to full staff thinking that time period had elapsed. So that's why you probably saw a couple of people with flags backup full staff and others still staff. They didn't know, and that's part of our job is we've got to go around and educate people is that what you do and Rocky Mountain fly. Yeah. The flag improperly displayed whether it's tattered or faded or at half staff when it's supposed to be full staffer vice versa. We go around and educate the customers to why that flag is being improperly displayed. So you're the guy with the actual flag. Badge. I wanted to pull over and walk into stores and I wanted to pull out my American flag badge, but I don't have one. Okay. So it would have been like as Gomer Pyle said back in the day citizens arrest citizens arrest. Okay. But you actually could go in because you're under the flag, business and. Actually, tell them how to do it. Ironically, I'm a former police officer as well. So I still. All right. Still have what service what city were you air force security police department of defense federal police officer. Oh, wow. So so how do you get into the flag business? My father started the business thirty three years ago here in Colorado here in Colorado. But he was he was visiting one of his his generals at the Pentagon one day and he saw little desk set like this one here and I'll hold it up to the microphone with an American flag in Colorado flag on a little loss. Stand. Can you see that for those of you driving? Okay. I held it up to the so all that. He he saw that he could purchase a lot of these small flags and sell them back at Lowry when Lowery was still open, and he and I both served there. And so you invested five hundred dollars in these small flags and started selling dusk sets and then things grew from there. Awesome. So he ran the company for for nine years. And then I took over. Over. So I've been doing it for the past twenty three years some three zero three seven one three eight five eight five is our number. If you have a flag question, we would love to hear from you. We have some goodies for you. Whether it's a avalanche flag Araki's flag or a real flag set you brought like the real McCoy. Right. Yeah. You brought the real mccoys. So they'll be things that you can. Maybe if if you're if you have a flag question, maybe you can win a little a little surprise from us here on president's day. All right. So what do you do? Let me ask you this. Do you happen? Do you happen to know? All it's time to take a break. Quick break. I forgot it's four twenty five more with Jeff Tomsic more with your calls. I'm Lou from ten and you're listening to the fifty thousand watt blowtorch K a sex.
"eight five" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Eight five. Up and jump in the deep end on perspectives. Now, here's Ashley. Welcome back live delivered to life perspectives. I'm your host asked the Girgis on today's show. I'm revealing the most important relationship you'll ever have the one that you just can't run away from. And if you do well, you can but life really isn't that good right before the break? I was talking about how I took that high eighties from dating and realized that I needed to learn about myself, I think for many of us we find ourselves in a toxic relationship. And then we find ourselves in another toxic relationship. And then like the third toxic relationship. We begin to say interesting why is this happening to me again? And then you begin to realize the common denominator in all of those relationships was you, and then you begin to go. Ooh. So I am not completely innocent in the situation. Okay. So why do I keep finding myself in these situations? Why do I keep finding myself and these unpleasant unhealthy relationships? Well, I'm gonna talk about that today. That's what I'm talking about. I'm going to go into deep thought and conversation on that. And how you can really embrace that most important relationship, which is with yourself. And why would choose not to and why we should choose to. So it's interesting. I was thinking about going back to those years that I spent getting to know myself, and it was powerful. And I remember the first few days, it was like, you know, it was like coming off a Coca Cola. I felt like I was so great because I did something good for my body, but I hadn't really felt the side effects. And then about the end of the first week. I started getting stressed out because I was looking for an out. I didn't really want to find out. What I what I needed to find out. I really didn't want to look into myself. I wanted to say that was great that was fun while it was a week long journey a real introspection. Yeah. But what I really need to do. I really needed to embrace it. And the only way that I could embrace it is to live it. And I remember I began to think about the fact that I didn't have any limits or laws regulations with anybody on new, and I consider that what boundaries and I didn't have any of them K many of us. Don't have any of them. Don't even know what it is. Okay. What abound re is about Nery is something that we will. Or will not do. So an enforceable boundaries. Let me give you an example is boundaries. One of the things that you might have a boundary about in a relationship is, you know, I do not allow violence in a relationship or I do not allow to be at a do not allow somebody to talk down to me or to cuss at me or to yell at me. And the force ability of let's say like, you don't allow somebody to yell at you get in your face and yellow you the enforceability of that boundary is not is not the fact that you say, I don't allow people to yell at me. The fact is you turn around and walk away. You do not accept this attitude. You do not accept this reaction. And a lot of times when we don't have any boundaries. We disagree with what anybody's going to give us, and we retaliate or we respond and a lot of these toxic relationships. You find yourself arguing and fighting the other person starts an argument perhaps, and you're trying to defend yourself, and as you're defending yourself. They're getting more angry. You're getting more stressed out. You know, the conversation starts escalating escalating, escalating escalating, and all of a sudden it gets really bad. Okay. And that means that there is no boundaries. I recently had some clients that showed me some text message gene from a situation, and they're toxic relationship. And the fact is is that if somebody sends me all capital letters in a text message and using profanity over and over and over again, and Colin Meads, some bad stuff. I'm not going to respond to that. That's a boundary, but what happens in these toxic relationships before we understand who we are. Because we haven't taken the time to know who we are otherwise we wouldn't be in a toxic relationship because he let me tell you something this is a caveat here when we actually know our value, we don't accept anything else. So when I know that I'm valuable I don't go into a relationship and be taken advantage of when I know my value because I'd taken the time to figure out who I am. I don't allow somebody to start yelling in my face. Okay. I don't allow somebody to try to pick a fight on a text messages. I don't allow somebody to start a seeing because on does not gonna. Give them what they want. I'm not going to give them fuel for that. Because I am not going to break. My boundaries put myself down to even enter into that conversation period. End of story. And when we begin to realize that the reason why we're in these toxic relationships is because we don't see that. We have new value. Our entire life begins to change. Okay. So stick with me here. So think about this the reason why we're in these toxic relationships is because we don't see our value. And then a lot of us are over there explaining ourselves to the other person because the other person's asking questions are you cheating on me or screwing around. Are you doing this that or are you ever going to get a better job or year? We're going gonna do this whatever the questions are. And you're having to defend yourself, you keep defending yourself, even more the ask you more questions. You're never off the hook. Okay. And when you actually value yourself, you have no time for this type of involvement because you know, your legitimacy. Okay. And that's the thing about these toxic relationships as we get a news relationships because we don't really know ourselves we've gone from relationship to relationship because we don't wanna be alone were scared to be alone. We're so stressed out to be alone. That we'd rather be in a horrible relationship thing come home to ourselves. And so I remember when I took that time off. Okay. So I got through the first few weeks. Total withdrawal. Bye week three. I had led up on my, you know, death grip on my on my phone. I had like a death grip like praying that somebody would text me, and I would be able to teleport out of my house and go to some big party. The thing is I was texted and people did reach out, but I chose not to because I knew what was right now. I will be honest with you because I'm always on us on the show with you all tell you the truth. No matter what no matter how it makes me look. But there was one time when I broke that promise to myself, and I went out and met some folks, and it was fun for a little while. But then I realized I was really going through the motions. And I also realized that I was just avoiding getting no myself. I was at this bar hanging out with some people. I know conversation was the same conversation as as always been. I'm not learning anything. I'm not making any money. Growing spiritually, I'm just they're spending money and listening to the same yarns being you know, what you did the same thing. And I remember I was there for a couple. Hours after our city. You know, what I I gotta run. I got a big day. I had a a work day the next day. But all my drive home. I thought about it. And I said, you know, what this is testimony. You got some personal stuff you need to work on Ashley. And it doesn't involve just drinking and hanging out because it was a real waste of time for me because I I knew I had something big I needed to figure out and like right before the break. Remember when I was talking about a lot of us have these self esteem problems because of the way we were raised. Maybe dad put you down all the time. Maybe you're in an abusive household, maybe you were abandoned as a child, okay? Maybe you had a health condition. Like, I did whatever it is that self esteem component is so big. And when you feel like you have a low self esteem that lowers your self worth. And when we have a low self worth we don't want to get to know ourselves because we don't see that we're worthy. We don't want to have a relationship with ourselves. Why would want to have a relationship with ourselves? We're not worthy enough these year. I'm saying I'm going from a to b and that's what I'm talking about. And so we've got to change that around and realize our value, and it's not going to happen overnight. You're not going to listen to the show and like dog gonnit in two hours. I know my full value now. Now, it's going to be more. Like, you know, what Ashley had something good to say there, and I can understand where she's coming from. I need to start working on that. And so it begins with understanding. Do you have any boundaries? Do you have any personal boundaries with the people, you know, family members friends the avenue? If you're currently with somebody in a relationship are there any boundaries? Good question. So you got to really start looking at that. And then asking yourself, why do I not have any boundaries? And I can answer that question for you. But I think you already know the reason why you don't have any boundaries in your relationships because of your fear of people not liking. You you fear. The fact that they'll run away you'll fear. The fact that they'll find something wrong with you. And you just want them to like, you say, you just wanna people, please. And so you'll do whatever somebody needs to come over your house at midnight. That's fine. If somebody calls you at two AM, that's fine. If somebody yells at you, that's fine. Because you just don't want to have them leave you. When in reality were opening ourselves up for all kinds of toxic relationships that causes pain and suffering in cause us to have a lot of stress, anxiety, not to mention the resentment that you have from doing all these things many of you are filled to the brim with resentment. Whether it's because you had to get out in the middle of the night and help somebody. That's never there for you. Whether you had to deal with your partner getting completely smashed and bailing them out of jail again for the third time. Or maybe it's this or maybe it's sad. Or maybe it's financially bailing somebody out that literally has an addiction to gambling, and it's happened for the tenth time and you've had enough because you work so hard, and you can't believe you're having to do this again. But you're doing it again, even though it goes against everything you believe this show is very powerful. And I want you to continue to listen because this show is going to really help you in all your relationships, especially the relationship with you. If you haven't already go to YouTube, Google and put YouTube in the search bar when he gets a YouTube put.
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"Four four eight five eight five zero what's ahead for workers and the wall, a senators White House, Ron I'm Evan Haning. Federal employees still haven't been paid for the work. They did during the shutdown acting White House chief of staff. Mick Mulvaney, told CBS's face the nation. Their checks will be coming soon. Be early this week some of them may maybe later this week, but we hope that by the end of this week all of the backpay we'll be we'll be made up. And of course, the next payroll will go out on time. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer is going to introduce a Bill to avoid future shutdowns to make sure federal employees and local economies aren't collateral damage in political confrontations. Meantime, the clock is ticking all the government's three week funding reprieve and house minority leader Kevin McCarthy says Democrats are the ones refusing to deal. It was only the Democrats who would interject when the secretary of homeland tried to talk about the current crisis. They didn't want to hear it. They didn't want. They didn't want to negotiate. They said nothing. It was the president offered four. Different plants in Oakland, California. Senator Kamala Harris has formally launched her presidential campaign. She told the hometown crowd that healthcare is a fundamental right as education, and we will guarantee that right with universal pre-k and debt free college. Former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz, tell CBS's sixty minutes. He is also considering a White House bid the twenty fifth annual Screen Actors Guild awards has just wrapped up an actor. Alan Alda was given a lifetime achievement award. You know, it's it's really hard to describe to you what it feels like to look out and see my fellow actors. My colleagues my heroes. To welcome me up here. Like this. An extraordinary feeling no school in Milwaukee. Tomorrow where a snow emergency has been declared. There are blizzard conditions in parts of the upper midwest. I'm Evan Haning. I'd love to hear more. Do.
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"Eight five. Six fifty six minutes. Now, our of seven o'clock coming up at the top of the hour. We will take your calls and comments and mental issues. Want to weigh in on the wall and illegal aliens, and so on and so forth. Save you ever spot. Hang onto it. I promised we're going to get two phone calls here in just a second. We're just out of time in this hour did want to mention the LA county is agreed to conduct a purge of its voting rolls that could strip one point five million. Wow, inactive voters, and the only reason why they agreed to do it. His Judicial Watch had sued them under a recent supreme court ruling saying it is their duty to remove names of people who appear to have other either died moved from from the county or lost interest. In voting. The county committed a mailing hundreds of thousands of voters already deemed inactive, see whether they're still eligible. So the California secretary of state, Alex Padilla all part of the summit committed to send these notices. So it's a shame that didn't happen before the midterms because maybe things would have turned out a little differently in orange. County. Yeah. In in that particular case, so that is important Judicial Watch. I'm telling you, they do great work there. One of the best organizations out there today, you know year after year people say they want to shape up and slimmed-down just like Michael Philip album full police done. That's true. Yeah. Thirty seven pounds TD for you to exactly if you can relate and losing weight is your goal. You can check out rescue ideal weights, and this is a natural supplement. It is going to give you that speedy jittery feeling that somebody died bills. Do this will actually lower your appetite..
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"That's one eight five five two one two four two two seven ton of tweets. I'll read some coming up at Saturday, huge on Twitter and Saturday night show on Facebook. Speaking of Idaho. Let's go to Eric from Boise. Thanks for the weight, and you're on the Saturday night, huge show a thanks for taking my call. And thanks for talking about this. I think it's a good thing that everybody kind of gets together and had the conversation about it. I think ignoring it. The worst thing that we could do but. I myself I did not play football until separate. And that was my parents choice. I was not real popular decision. But I played all the way through high school and I never received a concussion. I never did myself. And it seemed like they got one like one. Another one, and I don't know certain people are more prone to concussions or not. But when my son was growing up, my wife, and I kind of had no talk of what we want to do with. How do we want to handle this? And we made the decision that we didn't think that there was another thing that might be in that would teach him that discipline, and he came. The emphasis on team and a life lessons that he would learn by having to be. Having to be. Part of that team. You know, he had to be responsible to do all of those things that when he would come home and exhausted and kept him out of trouble. I fought and not only that. But you know, he's ten years old now. The place more years. And then it's going to be on other thing. Think that there was anything that he could have done to replace that experience. Thank you. If he does have a concussion. You know, we might have to have another talk. Right, right. And I didn't thank you for the call from Boise, and again parents and having that I like how they say that conversation. Dr k because it is a serious issue here. What about his comment that his friends had one and one seemed to lead to another for any athlete any sport any person who has one concussion are they more prone is or medical evidence to have more concussions moving forward. I think he on two key points. When he brought that up as one is that we do think there is a predisposition for concussion. That's another thing that we we hope maybe down the road, we can tell with the blood test who might be more susceptible to concussions and that if you take a large group of people if you had one hundred people who had a concussion, the hire people who didn't have a concussion, there'd be more in the group that had a concussion already that would get a second concussion, but it wouldn't be everybody. So we wouldn't know who in that group. Get a second concussion. I do all the incoming physicals at a college locally here. And so one of the things we asked about his concussion history. And you know, there are a number of people come in and had concussions through high school middle school and high school, and I'll be honest with you not a lot of them from playing. A sport is skiing just riding a bike sports as well. And they'll go all the way through college and never have a concussion and some who have never had a concussion we'll get a concussion and some who've had them we'll have one as well. So while they're there appears to be evidence that someone who has had a concussion is more likely or might be more likely to have won. The jury is still out on who you know. How is that determined that? There's something that predetermined that someone's more likely to have them, and I think now to again getting to concussions earlier and getting him healed up a more completely before they go back is really important one eight five five two one two four CBS you want to join in on the concussion CT state of football conversation. Whether you're parent former player.