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Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

TIME's Top Stories

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Do Cities Need Resilience Corps to Deal With Climate Change?

"Cities have firefighters and trash collectors as the climate breaks down. Do they also need resilience. Core by sierra new gen when hurricane ida hit new orleans in early september tanya freeman brown made the difficult decision to stay in the city the fifty-three-year-old and her family's sheltered in an old brick hotel in the downtown area watching fierce winds of up to one hundred fifty miles per hour pelt rainwater at the windows and remembering the destruction wrought by hurricane katrina sixteen years earlier to the day. It was stressful but freeman brown. Had a job to do. She says we're no match for nature. But this is what we've trained for. This is what the resilience core was built for like. Firefighters put out fires and waste collectors. Keep the city. Clean the job of the new orleans. Resilience core is to help the city be resilient to shocks. Crises and climate change launched by the city and october twenty twenty as a pilot to run for two years. The cores forty workers were mainly people who lost jobs in the hospitality industry during the pandemic. Who are now on full time contracts starting at twelve dollars an hour with a path to an eighteen dollar an hour wage freeman brown joined after losing her work as a corporate massage therapist at an insurance company. The core spent much of the last year working to support the city through kovic nineteen and get people vaccinated hurricane. Ida is the first climate disaster that the core has confronted though the sophisticated system of levees pumps and flood barriers. Built in the wake of katrina protected the city from water damage the storms high winds battered the city killing thirteen people there and toppling thousands of power lines and hundreds of substations. The lights remained off across most of new orleans for a week with at least ten percent of electric customers still without power nine days later.

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Making a career change in the middle of a pandemic

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:50 min | 10 months ago

Making a career change in the middle of a pandemic

"I mean you're curious right about what it's going to be like in the economy yet to come because it's going to be different whether we're ready or not so. We begin today with two stories on that theme. The newspaper for the first of which is our regular thursday update on the state of the american labor market lousy in a word and other seven hundred ninety three thousand americans lost their jobs last week. Yes that is down a tad from the week earlier. But still as i think i say every week now stratospheric lee high and overall twenty something million people in this economy are getting some kind of government benefit so to the bigger point which is of course the theme of the top. Half of the program when it's going to be like when it's done to find new jobs when this is all over a lot of people might have to find new careers. The pew research center. Some new data out on that two thirds of people who are unemployed have considered going into a new occupation or a new field while one third have taken concrete steps to get new training or education as marketplace's mitchell hartman reports getting all the cogs in the back to work machine turning together leading can be easy in normal not pandemic times. Many rodriguez would have about twenty local men and women in the construction pre apprentice program. He runs in west chicago called revolution. Workshop recruiting from underserved communities typically talking about black brown and women. I mean the community desperately needs upskilling and a pathway into family sustaining careers. Most of the graduates go into construction jobs paying eighteen dollars an hour or more but the pandemic happened and seventy five percent of the folks that we have placed were laid off in the spring summer and fall revolution workshop. Didn't start any new cohorts of job trainees. Because there was no construction work for them. Thirty year jeremy smith of reno nevada got laid off from his job as a casino valet in march. He took his relief check and some savings and went back to community college with able to graduate with a bachelor's and why train management about two semesters early so ended up kicking me down the road a little quicker than i planned on. He's looking in his new field. But no luck so far. I'm sure it'll come roaring back. But it's a little dry right now. Meanwhile manny rodriguez at revolution workshop has a new class of construction pre apprentices. Now we are currently recruiting for our second cohort. So you know. I can put that blog out there or if you can do that for us every awesome. Consider it done website at our website. I'm mitchell hartman for marketplace gotta finish it mitchell it's marketplace dot org. Just make sure funny knows

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This is what winning looks like

MarketFoolery

05:25 min | 11 months ago

This is what winning looks like

"I have a few people to sink. But i want to start by talking about two stocks facebook and general motors. Why those two you may ask. Because next week we'll be market full res tenth anniversary this show turns ten and the first two companies. We talked about on the first episode of this podcast. January fifth twenty. Eleven were general motors and facebook. Now in the case of gm they had just announced some really good sales numbers and we talked about whether that would translate into a good boost for the stock facebook was still a private company and the latest valuation put their market cap at fifty billion dollars and we talked about whether the social network was really worth fifty billion dollars and you hear from time to time. Well if you bought this stock at this point in time than today you'd have you know. And i i just thought well. What does someone actually did. What if someone listened to the first episode of market foolery took three thousand dollars and decided to split it. Three ways put one third into an and five hundred index fund. One third into general motors one third into facebook. How is that person doing after ten years now. Facebook was still private so they would have to wait another year and a half or the ip l. But you know in this scenario they just wait for that and on day one they say great. I'm in on facebook since january. Fifth twenty eleven here are the numbers s and p. five hundred up one hundred ninety two percent. That's good. that's real good. That is an above average decade. General motors less good. Gm up nine percent. I know of nine percent in ten years not gripped. Facebook goes public mid may of two thousand twelve and through today. The stock is up. Six hundred. Eighteen percent market crushing returns for facebook. So every ten years the market foolery day one portfolio. That started with three thousand dollars in cash is now worth more than eleven thousand dollars and i know. It is tempting to look at that portfolio in thick boy. If you just taken the money from general motors and put it into facebook. You'd be up so much more. That's not the point the point. Is this person this person who did this. Market full day one portfolio. They're doing great when it comes to investing. This is what winning looks like someone who doesn't invest in individual stocks like you and me someone who sits back and methodically puts money into an s. and p. five hundred index fund. Make no mistake. They're doing really well. Three thousand dollars in an index fund over the past decade. Now worth more than eight thousand seven hundred dollars. That's really good particularly when you think about all the sudden downturns the market has had over the past decade staying invested. No matter the environment takes discipline and i applaud that i celebrate that but three thousand dollars in an index fund over the past decade does not get you north of eleven thousand dollars today and yes i know that. Gm has not been the most inspiring business over the past decade. but it looked. at least. They're still here. Talked to any investor who owns shares of any of the many businesses that went bankrupt in the past ten years they will happily trade that stock for shares of general motors that end up in the plus column barely in the plus column. I know but they'll take those. Gm shares up nine percent along with the dividend payments. They will take that trade in a heartbeat. Facebook went public at thirty eight dollars. A share in may of two thousand twelve. That stock is now north of two hundred seventy dollars a share but remember was pretty rocky early on just a few months. After it went public. Facebook stock was below eighteen dollars. People bail people absolutely got in early. Saw the drop and bailed but those who held on. We're absolutely rewarded and again. I know no one actually did this. But i actually think it's a pretty good illustration of the approach. We talk about the motley fool on our podcasts and to a much greater degree in our services this is why we talk about allocation and mindset. This is why we talk about building to a portfolio of fifteen to twenty stocks with a long time horizon this market re day one portfolio is kind of a microcosm of what a market beating portfolio. Looks like you've got some laggards. You've got some companies that are keeping pace with the market and you've got some winners and a couple of those winners are up so much that they make your laggards irrelevant in the same way that facebook is up so much. It carries general motors over the finish line at the end of the decade to make this market beating portfolio. This is what winning looks like

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Creating a website with Wix

Talking Tech

04:12 min | 1 year ago

Creating a website with Wix

"So the hot is are now in full swing. And you've got so much free time on your hands ready to tackle creating that new website or blog. well yeah. It's a daunting project but online tools of the last several years. Now make it much easier than in the past with dragon drop options that can let you create something that looks really good within a few hours that is of course once you've mastered the basics of how the programs work if you listen to podcasts. You've heard the words wordpress squarespace and wicks frequent advertisers. On many shows. Telling you how easy it is to make a cool website now. Wordpress targeted towards tech nerds. Who don't need support while squarespace in wicks or for the rest of us. I have been unhappy with the look of my wordpress photography blog for some time and i wanted a fresh start so i was inspired to give a try by my friend. Ed beg who after he left. Usa today started a wickes website and blog. That i think looks fantastic. So i went off to create a new blog on wits in a few days. That may not look as great as ads but it. I think it's clearly more appealing to the eye than what i have with wordpress. Now before you go down this rabbit hole know that wicks can be used for free however your web address will have wicks and the name and you'll have wicks branding all over the site and once you decide that you're serious. You're not going to want to have this free site anymore. You're gonna wanna pay to remove the branding and get your own personalized demeaning. The other thing to note is that once you have your blog you have to pay someone to host it to have it online and boy is. There are a lot of fine print. You can see that there are companies like go daddy host dream host. That will charge you anywhere from five to ten dollars monthly to way more depending on the size of your site but that introductory rate is just that introductory wait. They will jack you up afterwards. Dream host for instance advertisers array to four dollars monthly or about fifty bucks for the first year jumping to one hundred twenty dollars in the second year for me. What's even worse. Is that go daddy. The plan i have now is advertised. That thirteen dollars monthly. But because i'm several years into the contract. I've been bumped up to twenty dollars monthly or two hundred and forty dollars a year. So yeah. I'm interested in leaving. Wicks in squarespace both offer hosting as well as website and blog creation tools for the masses support and they don't offer introductory pricing so i like that squarespace rates start at twelve dollars. Go to forty dollars. Monthly wicks starts at fourteen dollars and those to about forty dollars monthly as well but a big difference squarespace will offer you unlimited storage for photos which is a big deal. Since we can't run our posts without photos wicks doesn't offer unlimited photo storage it offers three gigabytes of storage the fourteen dollar rate ten gigabytes at the dollar rate two hundred gigs the twenty-three dollar rate and i don't know what any of that means because how many pictures are going to fit in a gig and wicks doesn't have a tool for you to see how much storage you've used now. I love the ease of creating a site with wicks. I love the many design options and the fact that it's potentially more affordable way more versatile than what i have with go daddy but the storage could be an issue. What happens if you start running out of room. Well i think you know the answer. You have to start paying more money. If you're at the eighteen dollar eight monthly. you're gonna have to go to twenty three dollars monthly. Meanwhile we'll i switch from wordpress to wicks while i'm leaning in that direction as again i prefer the look and the tools to expand beyond what i have now but i do post a lot of photos. It is a photography blog after all. So it's something i have to consider. I will let you know my decision within the next few days

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Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

How I Built This

05:05 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Daniela Corrente of Reel

"Hey everyone welcome to how. I built this resilience edition from npr on. These episodes were hearing from entrepreneurs and business leaders about how they've been building resilience into their businesses during this very challenging year. And today we're gonna hear from danielle corrientes ceo and co founder of real. It's a digital platform. The makes saving money easier and helps. People make big purchases like furniture or electron or clothing without taking on credit card debt. Think of this as a society. We've been told that shopping is fine right giving your stress you shop when you find your job saving. It's gary right savings. it's people to have money. We haven't been dawn to see the potential of brown cashflows. People are driven by emotion. Right you are nine. We like to relieve. They were rushing beans but when he comes numbers. I love the musicians that we may come from. Unemotional plays and actually were a real came to live. Where using that behavior knowledge to bring unexperienced of savings as relatable or people. So it's a savings platform. But can you explain how it works. Yeah of course. So let's say you want and you microphone this mike for his amazing this one. Not so much great. You know you want on your microphone. And that he's three hundred dollars rising. Come door website and we go. You would find dollars today. You can have adding beast amount of time a new play with it. Connect your bank account and we automatically start. We'll be money from your bank account doors goal. Ask your saving or sending your load of reinforcement. We go you guy. You are amazing. Your grade you're going to achieve your goals without going into that you can share it with your friends. You can boost that if said bill on the microphone. You once you complete sailing. All you have to do is come from your tubing address and we play the order on your behalf. So there's a full circle from the moment that you want in your microphone to the moment that you're interview in your microphone and you guys partner with some big name. Brands businesses like bloomingdale's and some others And is that how it works. You basically go on your website and you identify products on the website that you need or maybe you don't need but you just want and that's that's what you start to save towards so you can come into website and start saving for whatever you want and that's actually connected with the twenty twenty story that i'm sure we'll get too soon. We also aggregate inventory from thousands of stores so we serve us in aggregate are where we you know scrape their web and present it would civilities of items based on what you have like before and we are starting to direct partnerships with retailers. We bought the point of urges instead of putting something on a wishlist and not taking action. I do actually start saving or things as their shopping. How did you come up with the idea. It was born of personal fascination. wait consumer finance. I was the first one family to move to the states. I moved here for college. And you know the early two thousands if you had a bowl you guard and that was the way they was right. We know any better. I go on my credit card was thousand builder guard i loved. I thought it wants two thousand or reacher. I imagine i mean even sponsored. A child right. I thought i had so much money that i went to uni dot com and sponsor a child for eighteen dollars on. I was just like i. I got two thousand dollar limit. And i had no idea what he was right and then really quickly understood what the high interest that had men i. What did he do. Bay laid became fascinated with financial psychology. Why humans we make decisions that we make because we associate happiness. We'd have started on lifestyle on behalf of lifestyle is gonna win one dollars. Assassination that it had for years. But i didn't do anything that on deal in a couple of years ago and that came out of jews working in advertising in new york act breath that was now go founder was working on and we were chatting one day and he told me. Hey do you actually know. That millennials Credit card and obviously these days sporting years after michael thousand builder. The ask and i'm like wait. Hold on what what happened. What happened in these years. That i haven't been paying attention to consumer finance and i put out a survey monkey and Sent questions as a marketer. I'm curious i would venture now starting accompanied with the intention of understanding the market. And you know what really fascinating answers about people telling me look. I don't know how to say. I want to say but it seems to complicate it. It seems to stressful would be years of selling products to consumers worn on retail. I i started really inking about. How can we connect these feeling like seidman with

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Consumer guide: streaming players 2020

Talking Tech

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Consumer guide: streaming players 2020

"Today. We're just gonna talk about streaming players because they are really cheap during the holidays you got streaming players from roku amazon google and apple. How are they all different. What's new for two thousand and twenty. Let's talk about it on. Today's episode of talking tech amazon has four models of the fire. Tv stick now. What you need to know is one of them. Only streams in lower ten eighty p resolution and has a remote that doesn't adjust the volume on your set. That would be cheap one. The one that's selling for right now around eighteen dollars you'll end up spending from forty to fifty dollars for the four k edition Which i would recommend. Because why do you need a unit. That's only gonna play in lower resolution now moving over to the folks that roku they've got seven models ranging from thirty dollars to one hundred dollars and the cheap ones again lower ten eighty p resolution a remote without the bells and whistles of the most expensive model which is a hundred dollars and dat one streams and four k and w vision has a great remote and an ethernet jack for a direct broadband connection to thwart buffering google chromecast. There's a new addition out this year that sells for fifty dollars. It hasn't been discounted for the holidays yet. And what's different is the new chromecast has google. Td a new name for google streaming offerings which basically offers recommendations on what to watch based on your google searches and youtube views with the older chromecast. You needed to find the programming on your phone in beaming to the tv whereas the new chromecast you just have a menu and a remote control so it's way easier the apple streaming is way more expensive one hundred and forty nine dollars which doesn't streaming four k where the four k edition which is one hundred seventy nine dollars. There's pretty much nothing you're going to be able to do on this apple tv. Four k for one hundred seventy nine dollars that you couldn't do with the hundred dollar roku

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The economic recovery has been slow and uneven

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:07 min | 1 year ago

The economic recovery has been slow and uneven

"When the economic shutdowns. I happened back in march. A lot of people thought it would just last for a few weeks maybe a couple of months workers would be furloughed for a little while and then maybe we all go back to work. Of course that was nine months ago and now in a lot of states a second round of economic shutdown so started. I think we are in long. Slow slog territory. Now how does your holtz is an economist with the economic policy institute and she says one thing has become clear. This recovery is not going to be quick and clean. I think headwinds now at least until we get a vaccine. 'cause then things will shift but at this point the headwinds are really dire. How'd he says there are a few different headwinds preventing v shaped recovery for one thing. A lot of businesses are just gone. They closed their doors. When a business closes like that there are ripple effects for one thing. The people who own those businesses are likely in rough financial shape and be who worked at those businesses are also likely to be in financial hardship. And then they're all the businesses that supplied those businesses split. The bakeries butchers and farms that supplied all of the restaurants. They are all seen their own. Bottom lines get smaller and so a lot of people are just spending less money right now and all of this together translates into lower demand and heidi sure hold says in demand even a small one has a huge effect on businesses and on the economy as a whole and gasset crowding right now because the man is low that means businesses see come up in their demand for goods and services so businesses need fewer workers businesses. See lower profits. It's it actually hurts. Everyone part molly moon has been able to rehire all of the ninety eight workers. She's laid off including her dad but even so most of them are now just working halftime or just way fewer hours than they did before the pandemic which means they're also earning a lot less. They're making about twenty five percent less. It's a lot less. Yeah when you live in seattle and a studio apartment is sixteen hundred dollars and you make eighteen dollars an hour. Which is our minimum. You can't really give up twenty five percent of that. I have a few single moms. That worked for me. That i just i wake up thinking about these women and i fall asleep thinking about them just like your says a lot of the people who still have their jobs have also seen their financial situations. Change technically mali's workers are lucky. They have a job. They have benefits but it does not mean. They're in the same situation. They were in back in january. Molly has zoom coffee date with different employee each day and she says everyone is always really kind in grateful on those coffee dates. But she's worried about what they're not telling her. You know people are proud and tough and resilient so to me who they know is working hard for them and cares about them. They're saying i'll be okay. But then i also know that those same people are e mailing our human resources email address for groceries support and we have a fund. Where if you email ask no questions asked. We will send you one hundred dollars gift card to safeway grocery store right now though. It seems like there's actually a light at the end of the tunnel inspite of winter and the current surge cova cases. We also have some vaccines now and those should be available to the public soon after that. A lot of economists including say a lot of economic activity will bounce back. We can start going back to offices and restaurants and bars and malls and ice cream shops there least for some businesses bounce. Back might prove to be too optimistic. Molly says she spends a lot of time these days looking at her financial projections and even in the very best case scenarios with a vaccine being available really soon people able to dine in. It doesn't look anything like a v shaped recovery. I don't have a financial model. That shows us back at two thousand nineteen sales until twenty twenty three. So i think you know it's it is not going to be a light switch. It's gonna be like a slow not even very steep uphill climb back to normal and this could be the case for the rest of the economy in fact the us federal reserve's projections are not much better than mali's. The central bank does not expect unemployment to be backed down to twenty nineteen levels until at least twenty twenty three and maybe not until later than that in the meantime molly moon is doubling down. She's just ordered a bunch of really nice outdoor furniture and heaters and umbrellas for her shops. She wants to create little patio areas. Where people can escape the rainy seattle winter and enjoy a dish of

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Black Friday deals!

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Black Friday deals!

"You're ready for black friday ready to start buying stuff. Well things are going to be a little different this year. We may not see the crowds like you've seen in. The past camped out in front of stores. The retailers say they're going to offer black. Friday deals online the entire time. And that's good for us. I've been perusing through the ads. I see a couple of things that really jumped out at me. Starting with apple airpods. The pro edition usually sells for two hundred and fifty dollars. Walmart will have them for a hundred and sixty nine dollars. That's a great savings in. May i say that of all the headphones. All the earbuds i've used in my life. I swear by these airpod pros the best sounding they stick in the ear. I just love him so if you ever wanted to buy them. That's a good time to get him. Most other stores slowing him around two hundred dollars. The apple watch series three edition which is from a few years ago is going to sell for one nineteen at walmart. Dad's a savings of over one hundred dollars. Pretty good deal. How about a nice seventy inch. Video for four seventy eight. That's at walmart or a sixty five inch samsung. That's a target moving over to best buy. They've got a seventy inch. Tv for five twenty nine normally seven hundred and fifty dollars. That's pretty great. And if you wanted to get a cheap phone. The samsung s twenty f. E edition has been samsung's bargain phone selling for six hundred dollars. Now you can buy it for three hundred and forty nine. But you'll need to sign up for a two year contract. You could also get the google pixel for a which is three hundred fifty dollars and you don't have to get the two year contract amazon. Fire stick eighteen dollars normally thirty or the fire tv edition fifty inch. This is the amazon branded. tv. I happen to own one. I paid three hundred fifty dollars for it about two years ago. Hundred and fifty dollars at best. Buy pretty great deal amazon. Hasn't announced deals yet look forward to seeing what they are as

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Cut the cord for $10? It can be done

Talking Tech

02:53 min | 1 year ago

Cut the cord for $10? It can be done

"Cutting the cord used to be a great way to cable TV and save lots and lots of money. Then the big companies jumped in and muck it up. In two, thousand, seventeen youtube came in with a sweet offer most of your favorite cable TV channels, no equipment rental contracts it just thirty five dollars monthly since pretty great right? Well, that didn't last long in two, twenty, twenty, the platform raised its rates to sixty five dollars monthly. So this week when t mobile said it too had a cutting the cord package for ten dollars a month while I was all ears. The plus if you like channels like AMC HALLMARK MTV Nickelodeon, you'll love T. mobile's vibe offering because that's all it costs one Alexander Hamilton. But if you want Dvr they'll cost you an extra five dollars monthly and if he can't live without sports news and some local channels like NBC, ABC and Fox that's forty dollars monthly Oh, and you need to be a subscriber to t mobile sprint for rising in a t and t customers are not eligible. The point is that t mobile is come closer to the great dream of Ala Carte TV which customers have been dreaming of yours why do I need to subscribe to a bloated cable TV bundle with all those channels that I don't want? So how does it compare to the rivals? Let's take a closer look Filo. This streaming service that specializes in entertainment sand sports and news had been the lowest price of the Cable TV alternatives at twenty dollars monthly it offers twice the number of channels is vibe with channels like discovery, a an animal planet that you won't see with T. Mobile and no charge for dvr. Sling rates start at thirty dollars monthly but signing up can be confusing. With some channels offered in a blue package, which includes CNN Anne and others and orange ESPN for thirty dollars monthly plus five dollars for Dvr service from there you've got at and T. now in Hulu with live TV at fifty five dollars monthly or Youtube TV and Fubo, which specializes in sports at sixty five dollars monthly meanwhile that more expensive t vision from. T.. Mobile, which sells for forty dollars does include NBC ABC and Fox local channels. No CBS. That's one more network than is available with sling, which only has the local NBC and Fox Channels, and unlike sling t vision bundles all the sports and news into one package. Meanwhile speaking of cutting the cord have you heard that Netflix's also planning to raise its rates? The most popular plan which leads subscribers watch in high Def on two screens at the same time has increased by a dollar to fourteen bucks up from twelve ninety, nine monthly for new subscribers while the premium plan which a sixteen dollars which lets you watch up the forest green's with ultra eighty will now cost eighteen dollars time to cut this court to

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Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

Past Gas

05:33 min | 1 year ago

Pike's Peak: The Complete History of the World's Highest Hill Climb

"Pike's peak is a giant among giants. It's the highest mountain in the front range of the rocky mountains. It is formed from billion-euro old granite. That's right. Billion with a B. and was first named by the native people who lived in shadow the called the mountain. Taba meaning son and they were the Tableau Watch meaning people of San Mountain. In eighteen o six, the mountain was quote unquote discovered. By American explorer lieutenant, Zevulon Yuan Pipe. These God I sounds like an alien spaceship guy. On. Doesn't look as cool as his name suggests I'm just GonNa tell you right now he was sent by Thomas Jefferson on a mission to explore the West and upon seeing the Mountain Zevulun apparently swore the mountain would never be conquered by man cars didn't exist yet, but it's safe to assume pike would have included them in his assessment as well. Given the chance it only took fourteen years. To prove old Zebulon Pike. Wrong. The mountain was first scaled by a European in eighteen twenty when Edwin James, a botanist and explorer successfully reached the summit collecting flowers all the way up quote the most notable day of the expedition for botanical collecting. Now, I don't WanNa give all the credit to Edwin. James although it sounds like he had a great time, I'm sure that one of the Taboada probably. Did it before him yeah. One hundred percent. Yeah attaboy watch like a a wildfire up their boot who was just like I'm GonNa Climb that today flowers. We're lovely but it was a Shinier commodity that attracted the first wave of settlers to pikes. Peak Pike's peak or bust was a common slogan of the Colorado Gold Rush of the eighteen fifties although is more of a marketing slogan. Do the prominence of the mountain gold wasn't discovered near pikes peak until later in eighteen ninety three, it won't be the first time that the mountain inspired the imaginations of those who climbed it in that same year after reaching a summit of the mountain and taking in the view Katharine Lee Bates wrote the Song America the beautiful. Describing Purple Mountain Majesties above the enameled plane over the years the mountain was commonly referred to as Pike's highest peak before finally being simplified just to pikes peak the next notable American to shape the fate of the mountain was Spencer Penrose, and he also might have been the one to introduce cars. Penrose had a name that sound like the bad guy in a murder mystery but he also had a job that would fit right into the genre. He was a mining speculator of the American West just like a murder mystery penrose had a history that could make you think you is both a suspect and a savior he graduated from Harvard but at the bottom of his class. His father and brothers were doctors and lawyers he decided to travel out west and try to make a name for himself at first he failed before getting a tip about some land near Cripple Creek that made him millions of dollars, and that's million dollars like in the movie this guy is played by Walton Geoghegan's. For sure. That's love that whilst. Yeah. And that's millions of dollars in eighteen hundreds money, which is like a lot today billions today. I Love Walton Gardens he's so. I feel like if I went to Harvard I'd WanNa, graduate the bottom of my class. Look I'm I'm the best on the rowing team but. Not great at socio economics I mean I went to. Harvard. So I'm pretty good at stuff but like I partied penrose settled. Colorado. Springs. The closest town to pikes peak was met a woman named Julie Villiers McMillan although. Penrose was by then in his forty s, he had sworn to stay a rich entrepreneurial bachelor but Macmillan proved to be grimes to his Elon Musk and the two got hitched in traveled to Europe for a lavish honeymoon staying at beautiful resorts around Europe inspired penrose to murder his wife what now? In fact, the inspiration was to open his own motel modeled after the places he had stayed specifically on the Mediterranean coast. This became the Broadmoor hotel opened in nineteen eighteen at the cost of three million, nineteen eighteen dollars translating to scrooge mcduck. Gold Coin Swing Pool amount of money in today's money. The Broadmoor was and is a seven hundred, seventy nine room Italian renaissance style palace with eighteen restaurants a golf club with three courses including one designed by Arnold. Palmer himself an automotive museum, the contents of which will soon arrive at this thing is like massive. It looks awesome. Yeah. I WanNa go to the odd more. Yeah. Let's do it. How do you feel? Seven hundred rooms every night. That's nuts penrose was no fool. He knew he knew that to attract people to the hotel you needed to do things great reviews on tripadvisor, dot com and promotional stunts. He set out to work on an ambitious project as he built the hotel, it was a two hundred, eighty, three, thousand, dollar gravel and dirt road to the fourteen thousand, one, hundred, fifteen foot summit of pikes peak with the idea of promoting tourism to the area and indirectly his own hotel.

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Mumm Napa Brut Prestige Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:16 min | 1 year ago

Mumm Napa Brut Prestige Review

"It's David again from cheap wine by the.com. The other wine review that we put on the cheap wine fiber.com website and I noticed lately though. I'm kind of going upscale. Everything is Bordeaux or Napa or Rushing River and well, I kind of did that again? Let me grab the bottle and see what we got here. It's it's not expensive. But it it's Mom Napa Brut Prestige and sparkling wine from Champagne house in France, but they've been in Napa since the seventies so it's fifty years. It's been a long time. It's half half 45% Chardonnay 45% Pinot Noir and the rest is a little bit of a mix of you know, greed. It's just you know, Greenfield a green show your same thing. And what was the other one, you know, what a you know, what is the the hidden grape & in Champaign? It's in all the champagne. You don't know it. So there you go, and it's from Napa and it's one of the kind of weird things because this is a Napa sparkling wine and not a French champagne. Normally when you drink Snapple why that's oh it's Napa except when champagne and then it's oh, it's Napa off cuz it's not you. Hey, we're gonna go get into that because I think that's wrong. So what we have here is like I said, it's a little bit of a dead. Grapes that are approved of champagne right here is a couple of other groups really get used aren't here but it's got the main ones they use 45 different growers in Nampa all day from parts for the line and that's really typical. They make champagne. I know one of the leading Champagnes, you know, the uses a hundred different Growers to Champaign most champagne house and then champagne don't really have much Vineyard Holdings. They they contract long-term contracts for all other groups. And you know, that's how they do it. That's how they're doing it. That's how I am doing it here. I know it's like they've been the emphasis 1970 and they've been in Champaign since like 1827 or something. So these are people know what they're doing. They brought them know how to California even though like most of the American sparkling wine bubbly houses the schramsberg Gloria Ferrer Iron Horse are Sonoma. I guess there's some up in age, you know, they bring their expertise to Napa and this is a year and half second fermentation year and half the first fermentation is in mosul stainless steel and then they put some of it in French Oak barrels to give it that kind of thing going that they blend in. I mean the other surprise champagne house all Out their style ahm how Styles there's the first fermentation for the most part was where all the tricks are. There's just there the little bit of folk a little bit of stainless steel and all the other things had picked their drapes and all that are all in there. So you're getting a real bump style especially after fifty years and now but I mean, they they've come to get their own state of Mississippi cuz in my hand here, I mean, they probably get me a maid came with the French style. They probably created some Napa style go along with it. And here's what I have to say. Very expensive champagnes are Sublime. They're just crazy of every you ever get to drink it. But which I do every once awhile, you know, sometimes our ten years in bottle. I mean and they're so the spinach ten years needs in the bottle and they have all these exotic production techniques and these things are crazy expensive and just crazy delicious, but they're regular ones are kind of reachable this thing. I found out I think Seventeen or eighteen dollars Napa Brut Prestige Brutus, not too sweet. You are not miss out from Champagne. I mean in a blind tasting most people unless there's champagne had know these things. Most people wouldn't know the difference and this is Anna like half the price unless off. I mean, they'll be cheaper come December when all the champagne zor sa land they'd probably make after sales but you know regular time $18 for what is an excellent choice. It's delicious. It's balance is pretty good at this you wouldn't know the difference. So just because it doesn't have champagne or label has Napa who how bad could it be that has Napa on the label.

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The Worker Shortage Mystery

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:48 min | 1 year ago

The Worker Shortage Mystery

"It is a tough time to be looking for work. We're hearing stories all over the country dozens and dozens of people competing for a single job opening there just aren't a lot of open positions right now unless you're chat Dolan, we have so many jobs open. You wouldn't believe it chat president of Midwest, staffing in Minneapolis they help companies hire workers. All over Minnesota and Chad says, he has a ton of open jobs. Let's see. So we place welders, we place machine, operation? People General Labor where how shipping and receiving we have an entry level HR role and administrative assistant role I e reading me a list of like what you're currently hiring for. Yes. Just some of the ones were curly hiring for. We have hundreds and hundreds of open job orders right now. Meaning Chad wants to hire hundreds and hundreds of people for full-time jobs with benefits. So Chad has basically the Oprah of jobs out there like you get a job, you get a jog, everybody gets a job except Chad says, he cannot find people to take these jobs. So I have been in this industry for over twenty years. Never in my career have I experienced a situation where we literally have people to work, but they won't go back to work. I mean, we have clients who saved US five people a week. If you can find them for us, we can't find them and when it first started happening chat thought I know what's going on here? What's been challenging for us our our average pay rates it's all about the Benjamins, our average pay rates for candidates. Anywhere from fourteen to eighteen dollars an hour, we weren't able to pay them enough to put them back to work. So Chad, was doing the math back in April when government was paying out in extra six hundred dollars in unemployment as part of the cares act that Congress passed back in March and Chad found was that people could actually make more money off of their unemployment benefits than they would by taking one of his jobs and. It was not just Chad's Math pro-west that led him to the conclusion a situation where I called a candidate up I explained the job to them. It was. It's exactly what they've done in their past and literally laughed at me and hung up the phone they laughed at him. That's crazy. Chad thought as long as those extra benefits earn place getting people to take these jobs is going to be a problem but when that extra. Six hundred dollars went away the end of July Chad's problem didn't. So it was not the six hundred dollars. Chad started thinking about other possibilities like maybe it's the location like maybe there just aren't a lot of people looking for jobs in Minneapolis right now but that doesn't really seem to explain the mystery either because right across town from Chad Keith rose says he's been desperately looking for work. Keep is an audio visual technician he worked. At a company setting up for Conferences Expos back in March he was furloughed for two months and then another two months and another, and since the pandemic started I am over one hundred thirty applications and I've had only eighth interviews since then and I've had no job offers. So every day Keith wakes up and checks his job alerts he sends resumes and meets with his career counselors. He even has a spreadsheet on his computer where he logs. Job He's applied to he says, the competition is overwhelming and he's just not getting many calls back at times. It's kind of a bit of an emotional beatdown I have. Just been fighting this uphill battle and. Constantly getting the form. Thank you for your application, but you're not exactly what we're looking for. At this time, we encourage you to continue to look at our career site for any further opportunities you you might be qualified for Keith's family relies on his income. His wife is high risk for contracting corona virus and cannot go back to work Keith son just graduated from college and is living at home. He says, money is getting tight, but he says that is not the only reason that he wants to go back to work for me workers having the sense of purpose I want to be in a position where I'm making a contribution to something or to someone. That's just the way, I-. hardwired I guess, and that's what I want to be doing. I don't do well sitting down and doing nothing. So on one side of town, you've got demand for Labour you've got Chad sing his all these open jobs that he needs to fill on the other side of town. You've got supply of Labor you've got Keith saying he desperately wants job and he's looking and looking and he can't find one and there are reports of this kind of situation happening all over the country right now. So what is going on? I get this question all the time that tiny shareholder. Senior economist at the economic policy. Institute my first question variety is there like some kind of worker shortage happening the answer to that is just an absolute no. Right now, there are quite literally more than eight million more unemployed people than job openings. So there's an absolute excess of workers who need jobs over and above job openings that are posted. Heidi says if there were an actual worker shortage, we would see wages going up for jobs because when employers truly can't find workers, they start offering more money for those

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With Jockstrap-Scented Candles, Babe Wine Wants to Bring the NFL Home

Business Wars Daily

04:16 min | 1 year ago

With Jockstrap-Scented Candles, Babe Wine Wants to Bring the NFL Home

"Wouldn't want to spend twenty nine dollars on a candle that smells like a jockstrap well, plenty of people. But Hey, if that's your thing now you can babe wind. The official wine of the NFL has launched a line of Senate. Candles intended to bring the entire football experience including the locker room into your home. The twenty twenty NFL season kicked off last Thursday night, and with only a few exceptions, fans can't be there in person this year. So what better way to experience the joys of life football from the sweaty jock straps to the smell of overpriced eighteen dollar Nachos then to invest in Sports Senate Kennels at least. So goes the thinking of the marketing folks at bay wine babe is a can wine owned by anheuser Busch inbev parent company. Of Budweiser, when founder Josh Ostrovsky started the company back in Twenty fifteen it was his goal to make babe the bud light of the wine world know Somalia needed here guys behind the cheeky ads. Is a strategy intended to pump up online sales and the funny bones of Anheuser Busch's most coveted hard to win over market of millennials. As we've reported here before beer sales have been flat lining for some time younger drinkers in particular are increasingly turning the cocktails hard seltzer wine and wine spritzers although it's still the tiniest of all spirits, categories, sales of canned wine or bubbling over over the twelve months ending this June off premises canned wine sales grew by almost eighty percent according to Nielsen off premises. Sales are all those purchased outside bars and restaurants by the way clearly where all the action has been happening the last six months. All these stats are serious business for Babe wines huge parents searching as it is for ways to continue growing as its core product beer struggles. But let's go back to the locker room. Shall we examined the connection between Anheuser Busch's falling beer sales and candles that smell like musk and men's deodorant? Well, no one's buying the bud light of wine for the way it's grapes are grown now they're buying it 'cause babe wine is an instagram hit Ostrovsky is better known by his instagram handle the fat Jewish. He has ten million followers. The brand has one hundred, eighty thousand. So far Ostrovsky is nothing if not both funny and provocative, the brand partnered with dating out, bumble this summer to pay the moving costs to people sick of the X.'s they got stuck living with during the pandemic the two companies mocked up a bright pink truck emblazoned with the sign, your XS canceled babe and Bumbler here to help you move on literally. To enter the contest participants needed to what else tag themselves on the Instagram Post like the signature background in all of its ads, babes, stunts, or designed for instagram especially to attract younger women market anheuser-busch fervently wants to grow. If it's not obvious by now the candles themselves may makes some money. You can buy all three for sixty nine dollars, but they're primarily an attention getting device it to get you to stop scrolling in hit the buy button on a box of canned rose eh read or Pino Griego it's online marketing shrewd. You might say but it's not like babe wind has the wind can market to itself. There are at least one hundred brands of canned wine as makers scrambled to get a sip of this growing market while no single brand stands out as the most popular one that poses a challenge to babe wine is yes. Way Rosa like babe wine. Yes. Way Rosie was launched on Instagram in two thousand thirteen friends Eric Blumenthal and Nikki Hugo near started as an instagram account celebrating Rosie wine. Selling actual y came later the fashion editor and art director soon had a hit on their hands in twenty eighteen there bottled Rosa caught on at target just this year they began selling their grenache blandon Pastel pink cans. Yes Way Rosa doesn't have the NFL stamp of approval minds you but with almost no one in the stands that stadium branding is far less valuable than it would have been pre pandemic and that gives the women behind Guess Way Rosaiah a lot more runway. But they're going to have to come up with something pretty startling to steal attention back for turf, Nacho and. jockstrap scented candles.

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ETH - Yep I Am In

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

ETH - Yep I Am In

"I also have been very vocal about moving some money into a theory in with that resistance level in the high low building. That's what I did I, actually pretty much, nailed to the to the timing perfectly yesterday, by quite some time as of close at other positions, rather than going back into Bitcoin, a moving some back to his theory, I think it's much more bullish looking shot. And for me. The reminder of the Ted that I had. Assad for trading pays are putting too serious, so yeah, it's been a bloody good day. Without actually having to take any particular tribes and warm Italian is on not telling you this as Brag now. You'RE GONNA. See I've already seen loss of brags. Away said this Tom Blah. Blah Blah That's wonderful good for them. Excellent on I think that's fantastic that the helping people make money, or they're making money and showing people's stuff. But under the Braga. Hated by one. I'm here to do from here to motivate you to take the plunge to get started. Because whether you're looking to manage any investment portfolio oil, you're looking to trade on low timeframes and everything in between what I do. We'll help you with that, and that's what I'm saying about. Link at some sighing about eighth sign about cod dominate the. Pain them. To know how what you're looking for well, it could certainly change your loss of. Where are we right now? About five minutes until the market closes for today do. Well thousand five hundred thirty dollars at one point, five percent on the BTS Yayha and guess what today has done. You heard me talking about the bright of that weekly candlelight back on the sixth of July broken the heart and we look at much more bullish now. BITCOIN is a move in and a very came very to see work always to next because well. Thing? Theorin I the big dog got to sixty four, forty six. To sixty four. Forty six cents wanted are fake. That will because as a theory. And a thirty to fifty beautiful, it's up seven point five five percent. And there was a wonderful little. Krylya Sally which she'd be a byte point five times. You'll risk if he took good Scifi. Yep there. It is I saw Pai. In exile pays moved up two point. One percents twenty point four cents. Yes, it has. It's actually broken through that twenty cent. Barry, that's really struggling with for a little while. She's up through a looking good. It'll move their necks. bitcoin cash that four hour cradle started up for out to our cradle was at ten P.. I. T.. n. p. m. a. pointed that out of my McAfee video. I didn't try anything I did like the look of Bitcoin cash guys a practice few to tall or not feeling well, you stay at and I just I just feeling. Thoughts Utah yesterday so I stayed up. Di Big would abate on that puppy up four percent to forty dollars at the moment. Ida Okada twelve point four percent. Up Point six five not too much, but it's obviously going to be big moose bigoted, pretty quick, musical, best one, eighty, four thirty. I'd up two point nine percent right now. Lot coins three percent up one foil candle. Wish Guy. Right up in the. Forty! Five Dollars and eleven cents Barn answer bit of an honest move there also two point two six percent up sitting right around that resistance region from yesterday, eighteen dollars and twelve cents per tools, sixty six out one point six percent renting the top ten. We've got leakage at seven dollars forty two point three nine percent of the standard as a theorem. There is absolutely no doubt about it. We broken the resistance. We've broken out on the pitch shot. We've broken up against bitcoin working up and through every single barrier level. You imagine we have go blue sky ahead. What will I be looking for I'll be looking for. Nazi boosters crypto cradles and big breakouts, while because that's all I have looked full. The three strategies that are built my career as a tried and I'll go all checkless for you. Should you wish to? Get stuck into them.

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The Nasdaq hits another record, though stocks were off their highs at the close

Dave Ramsey

01:01 min | 1 year ago

The Nasdaq hits another record, though stocks were off their highs at the close

"Run on sun on Wall Street stocks rally today recovering from an overnight loss in the Dow four hundred points after White House trade adviser Peter Navarro suggested that the U. S. China trade deal was off he walked that back in on the president denied it today saying the deal was entirely intact that allowed for a big rally in stocks but we did close off the highs of the day the nasdaq though hit a new high the Dow up one thirty one to twenty six thousand one fifty six the S. and P. up thirteen on the day the thirty one thirty one tech leading the charge again as Microsoft Amazon apple and a handful of other big name technology stocks hit new all time highs pushing the nasdaq to a record as well up seventy five points at ten thousand one to thirty one bolded Vance eighteen dollars as the dollar weakened seventeen eighty four the ounce the price of oil was down forty eight cents on the day interest rates popped up not only on the stock market's advance but on stronger than expected economic data not only out of Europe but here at home as well as new home sales rose by sixteen point six percent last month that was much larger jump than was expected some pricing in a V. shaped recovery in the economy as the market continues to

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What are the odds? Why sports betting in Washington DC isn’t a hit with all gamblers

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

What are the odds? Why sports betting in Washington DC isn’t a hit with all gamblers

"News some gamblers are complaining about the way DC is running the new sports betting apps even though there are many games to wager on right now the bats are more expensive than your average trip to Vegas or Jersey it has to do with the odds sports books typically set odds on games that you bet a hundred and ten dollars to win a hundred if you're right in DC it's closer to a hundred and eighteen dollars to one hundred and you want to get the casual better involved and the lines that they are stop motion right now doesn't really do that and it also turns off C. and better result shooter is an analyst for Penn bets dot com which covers the gaming industry now the DC lottery argues it's gambit app isn't supposed to run like typical casino sports books and then it said sides in order to turn a better profit for the city that is going to resonate with the experience better is as more markets complying to say John dome and

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What to do about our hair? Is there an app for this?

Talking Tech

01:46 min | 1 year ago

What to do about our hair? Is there an app for this?

"As four dollars ninety nine cents a month stay tuned after the show to learn about their special offer just for talking tech listeners. Okay so we're in quarantine are Harris getting out of hand? We can't get a cut and we can't get touched up. Colored Jennifer Jolly has an answer. She knows what to do. She says there's an APP for that. Phyllis engine you probably need a haircut. Dot Com is a new service. You sign up. You pay a small amount of money and a real hair. Stylist will walk you through how to do a haircut so you get your tools ready they say finder by your best pair of hair cutting scissor razor. They do not recommend like toenail clippers which I saw. Somebody tried to us the other day. You book an appointment. It's eighteen dollars and then you video chat with a stylist who will coach you or your friend through giving you a haircut that is best for men. It's more barber tools. But there are other women posting. I mean this is all over instagram Jefferson. What me and all of my friends are talking about. And My hairstylist dropped off. What's called a toner Kit On my doorstep she put it in a in a bag and dropped it off and then wrote out instructions for what to do I colored my grey roots today all by myself. I will post about that. It's easier than you would think it doesn't do as much damage as trying to use an over the counter air highlighter or highlighting product. And then the other thing that all of my female friends are talking about. Is stuff that you either brush or spray on your roots and I went and looked for that for blondes and it was sold

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Washington DC's Ivy and Coney Owners Introduce Grassroots Delivery Platform DC To-GoGo

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC's Ivy and Coney Owners Introduce Grassroots Delivery Platform DC To-GoGo

"With seed money from the district the new food delivery app is up and running and this one is for DC only it's called DC to go go and the owners of ivy and Coney bar in shock created the delivery service out of a need to survive the pandemic it features lower fees for restaurant owners and ask the bars and restaurants that use it to pay their drivers eighteen dollars per hour so they have fixed income and reliable income Charmaine streets is a non profit partly funded by the DC government it gave the bar owners a ten thousand dollar grant to get their project off the ground believing that it would help many local businesses at once last week DC council passed emergency legislation mandating that third party delivery apps lower their

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:23 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"S. stock index futures and assign the risk off move ahead markets at the start of this month may have further to run the stoxx Europe six hundred is slumping with all nineteen industry sectors in the red contracts in the three main U. S. equity indexes are falling with delta airlines American Airlines and United Airlines among the biggest premarket decliners we check the markets every fifteen minutes throughout the trading day on Bloomberg S. and P. futures down about thirty points Dow futures down two hundred ninety nice day futures down AT the dax in Germany is down three point six percent ten year treasury up five thirty seconds he'll point five nine percent and the yield on the two year point one eight percent nynex crude oil is down about eight percent on a dollar fifty seven eighteen dollars twenty one cents a barrel comex gold okay ten percent or thirteen dollars thirty cents at seventeen fourteen twenty an ounce the euro one point oh nine three nine against the dollar and the yen at one oh six point seven five and J. crew group filed for bankruptcy unable to revive flagging sales of its preppy clothing line amid the corona virus pandemic and crushed by debt rooted in a long ago leveraged buyout that's a Bloomberg business slash numbers Michael bar with more on what's going on around the world Michael Jared president Donald Trump promised more federal help for Americans left jobless by the pandemic during a town hall event on fox you vowed to press ahead with reopening the economy the president revised upward the number of Americans he expects to be killed by the virus saying we're going to lose up to one hundred thousand people at least seven states today are set to start loosening up rules as they put in place the rules for the pope covert nineteen pandemic amid simmering tensions governors are struggling to determine the best path forward this is it be halted plans to re open after seeing a single day record of nearly four hundred new cases on Friday that governors are also taking a different approach on facial masks New York governor Andrew Cuomo's emphasizing the importance of it saying that masks are non negotiable global news twenty four hours a day on air and on QuickTake by Bloomberg powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts more than a hundred twenty countries a local bar this is Bloomberg informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news it is L. five fifty on Wall Street undersecretary opinion good morning I'm John Tucker we're live for the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios we're joined live now by Kris Bryant Bloomberg opinion columnist in London and Chris even before covert nineteen flying was well up a pretty miserable of fear I don't think I'm getting a push back for Sam that you write that it's going to get worse how much worse good morning John well I mean in a column this morning I was sort of reflecting on what the flying experience is gonna lie going to be like in the area of this coronavirus and and frankly it doesn't look terribly good you've seen the U. S. outlines all might come and come out the same way gonna mandate the use of of marks on the plane which is sort of you know bad enough but that's just one of a slew of measures that coming out with in order to try and put passengers at that reason of course is the basic things like cleaning it we our goal for the course will look a lot of things and related to example health checks at at at the apple perhaps much slower queuing getting on to the plane and and then getting offered again and all the rest of it hole in it it makes for a pretty miserable experience I mean the one advantage right now of course is there are very few P. appeal actually flying but when we come to see a revival in traffic hopefully you know towards the end of the year and I think you know the the the risks that they were the master key Chris is still there hi it looks like we lost Kris Bryant Bloomberg opinion columnist London but again Chris writing this morning that you're gonna have all sorts of things imposed on airlines particularly here in the U. S. this as Warren Buffett parachuted from his airline investment of the four largest airlines you gotta wonder at this point Karen who's gonna be left and with these new hygiene measures in place who's actually going to pay for them and how will passengers also be screened for covert nineteen Canson.

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WTOP

"Exploration of the latest platforms and technologies learn more at west conference dot org I'm reading Kessler WTOP traffic and our storm team four four day forecast with Chuck bell that's right next guy getting grayer and grayer by the minute rain drops of now moved into far southwestern Virginia downs of the all of the mountain empire and still south of the Blacksburg Christiansburg area but none the less rain drops entering that part of Virginia eventually will try and find their way here so thickening clouds as we go farther into the day temperatures are mostly in the upper thirties right now it's thirty eight in Bethesda Maryland thirty nine in Washington DC and thirty seven in Fredericksburg Virginia hi today right around forty seven degrees and a likelihood of some periods a light rain coming in just in time for the tail end of the evening commute won't rain all night though most of this rain drop should be done by midnight it'll stay cloudy overnight with temperatures in the upper thirties to around forty everybody staying above freezing no worry of winter threat whether threats tonight then for tomorrow another cloudy day with a high of forty eight and a chance for a couple of sprinkles rain during the middle part of the afternoon tomorrow but we should be drying out sometime late tomorrow evening and be completely dry for Sunday which is good news will go from clouds and upper thirties on Sunday morning to sunshine and low to mid fifties on Sunday afternoon and mid sixties with sunshine coming up on Monday enjoy the weekend don't drink and drive I'm struggling for meteorologist Chuck bell for WTOP Chuck thank you ten fifty two no city in the U. S. finds folks like Washington DC twenty seventeen census data shows the district collects two hundred sixty one dollars in fines per resident that is more than double the second place city on the list New York which only collects one hundred eighteen dollars for resident the fines cover everything from parking in speeding tickets to other infractions DC collected a hundred sixty four million dollars from finds in four fits in twenty eighteen well are you hosting a Superbowl party this weekend you probably know the rules of the game but do you know the two hour rule for the party you should not leave perishable food out for more than two hours says food safety expert Meredith Carruthers she's with the US department of agriculture instead she says bring it out and batches smaller amount out at one time the rest of it you know in the furniture was something ready to be re loaded on to that tray and make sure food is cooked long enough to kill bacteria if you're making chicken wings actress the internal temperature of one hundred and sixty five degrees as measured by a food thermometer go to W. T. O. P. dot com and search for food safety for more tips Michelle bash WTOP news ten fifty three it's time for another day the doctor sector long exposure photography has the ability to create some amazing shots of motion but it generally requires expensive equipment and the technical know how to manually.

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Eighteen dollars non stop that that's our whole why in two weeks after you could find flights for three hundred and three dollars and that was actually on a laugh not on southwest but you know there's there couple competitors on that route already and they got it right is so significant savings they think the NDA go to Honolulu the price difference was fifty eight percent depending on what you want two weeks before two weeks after what the role of discount airlines here they pushing this for the most part they are because they're the ones that are growing and obviously when they come into a market they they are bringing prices down with their cheaper fares discount airline that you know is there a little bit like the police on the on the property run on airline profits they look for for roots where airlines are making a lot of money in many cases those are monopoly market things like that and so there's room to bring prices down and and still make money that doesn't always work one of the interesting things we thought was the the counter one country there a couple times where you know the big airlines just ignored both the cheaper prices on fun sensory and and didn't map and and another case going into Nashville the fort Lauderdale you think they were anywhere does that bring down prices but actually southwest and jet blue already why we Nashville one and fort Lauderdale non stop better really want any party saying that all night to get some research to do thanks Scott Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next where's the rail road safety technology that we've been promised being first feels like the thrill of a lifetime especially when you're one of the first residents of the village in Providence point in Annapolis like all first this has its privileges like being part of the priority club getting in.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KTRH

"Eighteen dollars nonstop that that's on Hawaiian two weeks after you could find quite first three hundred three dollars and that was actually on Alaska non on southwest but you know there's there couple competitors on that route already and they got a cut prices so significant savings they think the NDA go to Honolulu the price difference with fifty eight percent depending on what you want two weeks before two weeks after what the role of discount airlines here they pushing this for the most part they are because they're the ones that are growing and obviously when they come into a market they they are bringing prices down with their cheaper fares discount airline that you know is there a little bit like the police on the on the profit run on airline profits they look for for roots where airlines are making a lot of money in many cases those are monopoly market things like that and so there's room to bring prices down and and still make money on that doesn't always work one of the interesting things we thought was the the counter one country there a couple times where you know the big airlines just ignored both the cheaper prices on some sense and and didn't map and and another case going in to Nashville the fort Lauderdale you think they were anywhere spare because they bring down prices but actually southwest and jet blue already live in Nashville and fort Lauderdale nonstop the road one any quite saying that all night to get some research to do things got Scott McCartney trouble columnist at the Wall Street journal thirty minutes now after the hour on this morning America's first news coming up next where's the rail road safety technology that we've.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Get your holiday savings of almost eighteen dollars now news traffic and weather on the patriot all of us of the patriot remind you to be safe on the roadways over the thanksgiving holiday now remember if it was to travel you may find delays in the following construction spots because traveling down towards the Michigan Ohio state line single lane closures admiral what seventy five north bound that's between the Michigan Ohio state line and eerie road that goes into early December so that's gonna affect your right to it from this thanksgiving holiday road construction of Bloomfield township on seventy five north bound between twelve mile and Adams road that goes from late December also the on and off ramps on seventy five north bound at fourteen mile that serve both affected by that the construction it's not going on seventy five the on ramp closed at ninety four responded Livernois that's closed due to construction related summer also the ninety four respond wrapped when ten northbound is closed for construction through late December as well the off ramp closed on ninety four responded French road drive carefully and happy thanksgiving from the patriot FM one a one point five AM fourteen hundred old navy's big Black Friday sale is here and it's too big for just one day this Wednesday Thursday and Friday get fifty percent off your entire purchase that's fifty percent off everything on your list plus cozy socks are just one block Thursday and Friday only it'll maybe an Old Navy dot com.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Susquehanna yeah all up through the floor yeah I drove through it yesterday while metron come and gone and coming to New Jersey what do you have a I have a queen mattress boxspring than the pouring email on one level her box for that somebody's gonna get a savings there and I have a all power no or grandfather clock if eighteen dollars a one fifteen for a fifteen hundred right and yes and I'd walk like twenty two on the ball is going to say about thirty years old and I have a maple China cabinet it's all faint also dark with welcome rewards chart and okay what do one for the medical China that fall best offer phone number please for ten four four one oh five three four and I can the level of the thing okay Tim is up in port deposit Tempur Pedic queen size mattress and boxspring brand new hundred dollars Howard and alert until almost eleven hundred dollars for the it was a twenty two on all matters how much do you want I want eleven hundred for your pardon that's what I wrote I that's why I said when I heard I thought I heard a hundred I beg your pardon sorry that's what I thought was that's why he's going was going to go in a minute okay eleven hundred the Howard Miller grandfather's clock fifteen hundred and the maple China closet best offer at fault for what the month the gum rewards China and it and Tim is import the posit four one zero four four one zero five three five sorry for the mistake on the top part okay take care bye good morning Paul yeah well how you doing okay thank you I got a tour forty forty six inch riding mower let it go for two hundred sixty dollars or forty six inch Toro riding mower tractors a tractor okay one is sixty dollars always deals for anything else so also I have an entry door brand new entry door it's a it's a metal door from the home depot avoided actions or once it's a twelve light doors that twelve well it's a thermal doors that looks like it's got twelve lights in it well when is it going down the middle a like a kitchen door would have put it has an extra three windows in a ditch then we'll then appears in the war I got to and what he wants it's a prion Dora Mason two hundred dollars for it okay SO two hundred dollars for the riding mower and the tractor which is a tractor toward the and the entry door for two hundred dollars Paul's about Washington phone number Paul yeah.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Coast to coast AM with George Noory where with Dr Sherri Tenpenny we're getting her views on vaccines will get yours next on coast to coast AM. Kevin demerit is back with us Kevin last time you were on you said the silver market was heating up now I've been watching it looks like to me that you really nailed that call give us an update what George last time I was on silver was up about eleven percent from its September two thousand eighteen lows fourteen dollars an ounce since then the prices really began to soar well tell us about that we saw silver touch a two year high above eighteen dollars an ounce silver is now up thirty one percent this past year and if demand that the U. S. mint is any indicator we think this is only the beginning of another historic run and how was silvers performance stacking up against the stock market over that same past year the Dow is basically flat then what does that tell us I think it tells the smart money is growing more uncertain about the stocks in the economy profits are being taken from record high stocks and some of that money is going into safe havens like silver get to that combined with growing industrial demand especially for solar that has some experts predicting silver over a hundred dollars an ounce has silver ever been a hundred dollars an ounce or nineteen eighty it hit fifty four dollars an ounce but if you adjust for inflation in today's dollars silver would have to be around a hundred and fifty five dollars equal that high we explain that in our latest report Kevin this is silver investor you've got me excited again can you send our listeners that report absolutely George.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I walked out with the change. I walked up to my car. finance demo days used to member the straight red you're buying a moniker get a rusty put him in a rain barrel get a rusty. I looked at him but I was smart then I said first of all I said why don't you get off the board to get off the board not kick you out again but I should have called you after one is I apologize for that. so you had a comment that what was your comment that you just made to me. yeah a yeah he has to be the worst storyteller ever and then and then there's the straight razors and then we went over here and then there's a girl down the street but I don't remember her name. whether you are in the basement chains chains will tell you. talking about the clearly could you imagine being his having him as a grand Pappy well the guy you want telling your bedtime stories but I have to I was so amused I just called pop was the bad dude from Joe Biden's story and I just wanted to look up called Paul boy we were watching listening that video somebody for twenty eighteen dollars sixty three is already selling corn pop twenty twenty T. shirts. maybe he's going to run I don't know if he's still alive I don't think he is but it says called pop twenty twenty apologize or I'll stab you but my view might be a better motto for the democratic campaign. zero two how much how many days can Joe Biden's campaign lost not many I don't think I'm sabbatical could this is America first listen radio network from respected dot com studios..

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:19 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Our server on ten and eighteen dollars you're gonna be paying at least thirty two dollars today or that same service because of the high demand instead of a simple M. B. T. eight airport the G. shut down because of an earlier transpire I'm sorry to Wellington all the way to a mall than that but you're not down but the problem's Lori well they were made station Karen regal WBZ newsradio okay Karen thank you and keep it right here on WBZ newsradio also streaming on the I heart radio out and of course Alexa will do whatever you tell her to do so you can find is there as well we are you become aware this and we are on this story for the duration on the Orange Line on your Friday afternoon back to the story the trump administration indicates the president may still be interested in doing something on gun control in the wake of back to back mass shooting it's still not clear what exactly president trump wants to see if anything on gun legislation that's ninety wrote on Twitter that he had a quote very good meeting on preventing mass shootings talks are ongoing with both Republicans and Democrats the White House wouldn't say who the president met with but officials said he's still interested in pursuing meaning for background checks despite the mixed messages on this issue over the past week Karen Travers ABC news the White House Connecticut senator Chris Murphy says he's skeptical that talks with the White House about gun violence will bear any fruit speaking at Hartford Murphy says he's spoken about it directly with the president one weekend to go the president called me and told me personally that he was indeed serious about moving forward together on what he called meaningful background checks legislation the president told me that he knew that Republicans in the Senate wouldn't support it unless he supported a background checks measure Murphy who is a leading voice on gun control says he puts the chances of a deal on background checks at less than fifty fifty but he's still pushing there are new school threats raising concerns nationwide A. B. C.'s Stephanie Rameau's says there have been at least four mass shooting plots this week disrupted thankfully by law enforcement the FBI acknowledges the concern that previous high profile attacks could inspire more domestic terrorists they also say they're taking a more quote aggressive stance in addressing online threats and tips exactly what that means in tactics and what's different now is not clear in the three weeks since the el Paso in Dayton rampages more than a dozen people have been arrested on charges of plotting yet more attacks a town in west Michigan is building a high school with places to hide from a potential mash shooter it's being built in Freeport near Lake Michigan a forty eight million dollar construction project that fruit port high school will create curved hallways to reduce the gunman's rained and quash the ability for a straight shot there will be jutting barriers to provide cover classrooms will be specifically spaced and the doors will lock on demand additionally the classrooms will be built with the shadow zone so a gunman looking in will not be able to see the students construction is expected to be completed in twenty twenty one this is the reporting and in southwestern Florida the Sarasota county schools are adding new security measures there for the start of the high school football season this is recall shop the district is restricting bags to a clear bag or one gallon freezer bag small clutch purses are okay but could be subject to a search backpacks or any other large bag are banned all indoor and outdoor sporting events in Sarasota county and for the first time this season police officers will be at every football game in Sarasota county Florida studies consistently show that the quality of early childhood education can make a difference years later in student performance but Massachusetts ranks near the bottom of a new ranking of pre K. programs by state with the beginning of another school your wallet hub rank the best early education systems by state here are the top ones Arkansas at number five in Vermont Maryland the district of Columbia and Nebraska overall was number one analysts children's Allah's students enrolled in full day pre K. programs do better on math and literacy tests than their peers who attend a partial day preschool those that attended a pre K. programs have been shown to have less risk of future crying fourteen states of universal pre K. in their public schools Terry Alden or ABC news and woefully Massachusetts ranks number forty seven the head of the Denver elementary school says he's proof anything is possible Michael Adkins is now the principal at Stedman elementary where he once was the custodian he went to that school years ago and after experiencing racial discrimination in class never never thought he go into education but as he got older wiser he realized he really could make a difference thanks for you right Tom story and if someone has something to do with her story let them added right do not let them create it I can says there were times she got.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of my favorite Jimmy Buffett songs come Monday and we're talking about Michael Lambert we got Mike here on the line and what was your favorite Bobby Goldsboro song right imagine Chevrolet but I actually think they were talking more about Cougars of I'm not mistaken yes okay everybody so how do I say so absolutely so I don't remember him yes over him there you go well you know at least we need to know what your age something still working there you go I think he I think he had a TV show all right what anyway Mister Mike Lambert from the shine shop we're ready to hear about some car shows that are going on in this area okay this one is today and what started yesterday in order for our readers good god great American national at the York fairgrounds big show yes over two thousand cars obviously for emperor ridges at all as available there sure it's eighteen dollars admission if you go today and I believe that's good for today and tomorrow thank you good going tomorrow is fifteen to get a contract and it is well worth it I mean we see two thousand cars they mean that so you'll see pretty much everything there yeah of and also today the response you're far company at seventeen forty five Baltimore Boulevard which is commonly noted for one forty Westchester pike from from nine to three the their error annual car show that benefits the fire department and registration is fifteen dollars director all day long I've been there many many times it's a great show great show together yeah the okay and then today also we have the authority car show from two to six all cars are welcome however there is a special parking from of ours okay that seventeen hundred south Stephanie were in Aberdeen Maryland you know they call special parking for mopar a mopar or no car there you go I had to get that out okay okay that we have tonight we have the hot August night from five to nine PM at eighty six zero one hard for her in Parkville I told our registration and it benefits the park bill senior center eight would be the twenty fourth case for different on the storm rolled for one of Neil Diamond going to be there Neil Diamond come on out all his night give me a break she's not easy thank you know Bobby Goldsboro now I've mention Neil Diamond go who okay and then tomorrow we have them on the am vets post seven car show from ten to three Asian from ten to one twelve hours and it benefits the orders at the Fairmont guardian hose company on east main street a farmer and they didn't tell me who it benefits but it's it is a charity show what you know that but by late term on this time of year dutiful yeah and it can be a little cooler upper garment that will be here so that might be placed well Mike you did an excellent job as always Sir thanks for the tip of the week thanks for the car show information and we look for to talk to you next hour okay yes our look forward to it thank you goodbye thanks so much about Mike Lambert from the shine shop for ten eight three three sixteen thirty two let's go to the phones we got Randy in Parkville hello there Mister Randy today I'm doing well Sir doing well I I called I got a ninety nine S. ten okay relate pick up I called you last week I was having problems with it about when I put the air conditioner on and off the idol which would drop right I remember yep all I took it over to them like you said okay and they diagnosed it wrong they said that was the murder mass that were bad I had my doubts but this is this is from the need to repair one it and did it so wanted a grocery store it's it's started doing it again it's like it is to hit and miss thank so I ride over tends to then check it out while it's doing it operates normally this feels there's frustrated about it is you I guarantee it's very frustrating when you have an intermittent problem that won't won't rear its ugly head when he wanted to it for sure yes hours but I had a guy who somewhere else and I you want to tell him that I wanted to see what they come out with you know probably one hold on that well it always helps to give a little bit of guidance but what they probably thought on the engine mounts and I've seen as a number of times when your engine mounts go bad the rock and rolling of the engine under the hood can be kind of severe the movement of the engine and that can the problems with the wiring harness so that's probably what they were thinking they were thinking that maybe when it moves to so much under the hood that the wiring harness may have been stretched were cause a problem and they may have thought that so I understand that I'm sure that you were they were definitely needed I know you wanted a problem taking care of and so today but I know they'll be more than happy to take a look at it for you again but what was the diagnosis of the other shop our shop they said it was the fuel they think it was a fuel pump JG one there I don't know but remember I told you I didn't think that was going to be the case either even a fuel pressure gauge fuel pumps usually aren't intermittent anyway the either work or they don't they don't usually fluctuate in pressure so I was leery toward that myself but if if if you want they probably would be more than happy to put a fuel pressure you know gauge wanted to see what it's doing but it's going to have to happen for them with a fuel pressure gauge because if it's working properly the fuel pressure is gonna be normal yeah right yeah this is just diagnose from these other people too because it would have been like maybe it was spike up every five minutes or so there is always a possibility I'd never say never I never say always but I'm telling you that it's unusual for a fuel pump to be intermittent like that and fluctuating fuel pressure okay so well anyway they were they were nice enough to say that they would let me bring you back in there and they would diagnose it for nothing yes it seems a good shop they're going to take good care of you and let me tell you something there's nothing fun about a problem like this that's intermittent and also not a common problem so you you're seeing them going against it and I do understand why they replace the mounts I can't tell you how many times I've seen a lot of weird things happen because engine mounts of broken or gotten so bad that the engine moves and because of the wiring harness to stretch it's not it's not bowl it is something that we've actually seen so I do understand why they went in that direction safety feature so yeah sure would be replacing yeah that was that was okay we are I've already put a lot of money in the truck so I want I want it anyway I will lose if somebody hits me you know the bonus would be of course it would have taken care of the problem and that's what they were hoping to but don't don't don't get it straight down for you take it back up there do said though diagnoses but do you do you have what is yours do you have any clue at all what you think it should be this only happens when I put the year one and then it'll run rough and then well when you when you put the arrow on okay deal for cylinder or V. six I have a four okay when you put the Errol on there is a computer either the computer wore a sensor that pumps the idle op at that very moment in order to suffice the air conditioning which puts a pretty good drain on a four cylinder truck engine so you have a either a self a sensor war the computer itself pumps that up tell them to look at that and see if that's working properly also okay okay told told to make sure you let them know that this happens more when you turn the air conditioning on because there there is a situation when you hit the air conditioning on a vehicle special for someone it drags down the engine power and that's why you have that sensor or the computer itself that pops up automatically that may not be working okay okay cake it's sad sounds good all right if I get that squared away will be it will be top shape that sounds good Randy was messed with money all right let's go to Fred in pass soon enough hi Fred how you doing good morning yeah I am Sir good morning to you Florida okay here's my problem okay I have some almost one and a half to two thousand three and it's not a family it's more like a vibration when I get about fifty one fifty two mile an hour okay where's the out side of my front tires out I've had the tires balanced the front end of line I don't know what the problem is do you still have the tires on there now that are a little bit all the little worn now added back are going to try it now okay and were you feeling the vibration killing in the steering wheel or were you feeling in the seat now our pride in the street or the four okay then it probably is the rear tires that you were on the front are causing that vibration even if they've been balanced if you have a situation where they've been worn on one side there's a very good possibility that you're getting the vibration from that normally when you get a vibration starts around fifty five miles an hour and goes away at seventy five I'm not asking you to take your car up to eighty by the way well you know that but it it usually does go away at that speed it usually is a tire or wheel problem and I think you have a problem with the rear tires that were originally on the front so fun and has to be looked at okay once once right but once a tire storage wearing it will continue to wear that way so when you haven't worn on the front and you put it on the rear it's not going to change the way it wears okay so it's going to continue to wear that way and once that tires replaced and what brand new and I don't want your front tires look like what do you need all four whether you just need to always replace your tires at least in pairs but when you do that you'll find out that at that point you should be in pretty good shape and it should take care of the vibration I believe right now your vibration is caused by your tires that's what the front end of linemen guys said yeah so that's what that's what your problem is once those tires replaced again one of the front tire conditions like on a brand new or they little and what I mean okay I didn't have that many miles on it when the front tires will wrap when he died got you okay good all right very good well then you should have a way with the repair would just a parable to get it taken care of yeah all right that day thank you Fred taking a break back in just a few moments Dave serial it's Saturday morning eight to ten on CBS this is Alan Jackson it all started **** service center in Cockeysville at two thirty seven Cockeysville road there your one stop shop expert import and domestic auto repair BG products installed Jasper engines.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or eighteen dollars fifty cents to fourteen nineteen thirty announce the euro one point one zero three five against the dollar the yen but nine point oh six and that's a Bloomberg business flash and here's John Tucker with more on what's going on around the world John good morning Carol last night's democratic debate was mostly about Joe Biden the front runner to friendly fires his opponents criticize his record on health immigration and race but he did hit back at Cory Booker and Carole Harris and took refuge in president Obama's achievements and some of bin laden's some almost is in Bab Hamzah bin laden who is viewed as an eventual heir to the leadership of al Qaeda and repeatedly threatened to attack the United States has been killed American officials site about the New York times say he died in a military strike but there were few details sports the Mets win their sixth straight the Yankees beat Arizona elsewhere the red Sox fall to Tampa Bay the giants win the nationals and eighties both lose global news twenty four hours a day on air and it tick tock on Twitter power by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries on John Tucker and the seas Bloomberg Karen Nathan all right John thank you it is six twenty on Wall Street live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios this is a Bloomberg daybreak one bring in Dan Hansen a senior U. K. economist at Bloomberg economics ahead of the bank of England decision and you did a little bit more than a half hour now seven AM Wall Street time Dan this is going to be fascinating to watch not the least of which being because would be waiting to see what kind of adjustment the bank of England makes to its at outlook given that the new leadership in town yeah good morning so that that's really the big questions of life the bank of England we've seen since his money for costs we see no you do recycle the perceived idea of NATO risk Rollie's on the back of Boris Johnson becoming the U. K. prime minister so the big question for the bank can for Marconi and his press conferences how he takes on that risk remember the bank of England has been assuming that brexit will be similar to that will be orderly the U. K. will get a deal and it's increasingly looking like that the assumption may eat might prove to be wrong so the question for the bank is how will it take that into its for costs and will say how would it responds where it face an ideal brexit on October thirty first what are is sort of the tools in the tool box for the B. O. E. in the event of a no deal breaks at yes Sir two questions for you the bank of England's policy right his it zero point seven five percent and it made the point that it thinks the lower bound is around zero ace that gives it seventy five basis points Beale knots if if it was too easy because it seventy five basis points bill maths if it's it has quantitative easing so it can resell six QB program that's not a she dot said space is limited and as we all say things that were an ideal brexit scenario you to come about you would also see a lot of emphasis on fiscal policy and the move to stimulate the economy through more spending and tax cuts now the media bias up to now I guess have been for rate hikes from the bank of England I mean in the face of the possibility of no deal brags it and we why what the bank of England want to raise rates now if if us move bags that were on the table sale yes I mean that's I think that's the key point about the near term outlook at least the bank of England today is that the the bias towards raising rates will go we can now move to a neutral bias say take a little tougher stones relative to the the whole case message that they've been pushing I'm really wait for more clarity on on brexit and which way it's going to go it's highly highly on service and making a call about it is extremely extremely difficult say the best thing the bank can do right now is sit on the sidelines we've got some relatively weak economic data coming out as well save by face things combined speak to the bank to sitting on its hands and waiting waiting and saying does the fed's decision to give the market a quarter point cut way on what the bank of England us today yes that's a good question as well for the banking in the fed of moves historically at least pretty much pretty closely for the correlation between the fed funds rate in the banking this policy right is point eight five point nine so it's really high that link is broken down recently what breakdown in twenty sixteen and the reason for that was brexit say it's an interesting question my because the bank of England office is sitting on the call me an unemployment rate very similar to the US economy size below four percent inflation is actually higher in the U. K. than it is in the U. S. yet the bank of England's policy right is about a hundred and fifty basis points lower than the fed's policy right so you did the hurdle leasing in the U. K. is is Holly that said word of the economy to be hit by shot clock in her deal brexit we think the direction for rates would almost certainly be down a couple seconds left is the be a week and a half to address the sinking pound it went this time around it's going to affect its full cost quite significantly but that will be something well will be to get because the October thirty first deadline in the pound has fallen substantially it's something that certainly gonna play into it it's policy thinking and it which we think it with tempo the amount of stimulus that it would likely provides the.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"It's like eighteen dollars a bottle. Wow. Well, let's jazz up. Walmart will WalMart shea give it a little bit more international flavor. People say where do you get this do ans- exclusively at WalMart? So this is eight hundred bucks rebuttal. Yeah. And you're going to have a little bit of toffee sweet on it. All right of vanilla. Cheers. You're going to have Honey on the knows that you're gonna get a rule next house. Yeah. Yeah. Do you think you can definitely taste the sweetness? Yes. A little bit of warmth on the on the back shirt. They all call for eighteen dollars. Right. This is delicious. I mean, I'll tell you the tasting notes on this is sweet. Smooth tad. Bit of warmth on the back of the palate. Let me take another sip here. I like it. Sometimes we talk, and we have products that are regional the people. Can't find everywhere. This can be found everywhere. Well, this is what it says on the back of the Doohan's blended Irish bottom eight beautifully light and delicate blend of Irish whiskeys, all triple distilled and matured in oak casks this recipe captures the pleasant and approachable characteristics of an Irish soft slightly Tuffy sweets, shefty photo and suddenly, okay. This whiskey elegantly coats the pilots a fine display of traditional eight ish craft at a truly fantastic whiskey. And now, I'm in my Irish accent. Again, I can't help it actually is really eighteen bucks.

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:17 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Save money like half the fair. What a great idea, and it's people can research those types of things. That's exactly what they do. We used to have a flight when I worked for Republic airlines before it became north west in Cincinnati, sterling, it was Cincinnati to Minneapolis flight that was it was two hundred and eighty six two hundred ninety dollars something like that. But we also had a fair to San Diego. There was one hundred and eighteen dollars one way. It was the same blight. It went from sensation. Minneapolis, Minneapolis to San Diego. So people would come out and say, you know, little old lady would come out and and be buying a ticket. Here's three hundred dollars to go to Minneapolis. And I take keep that let me say you hundred hundred eighteen dollar ticket to San Diego. She goes, but I'm not going to San Diego just get off the plane many. Kapela? So it was something that even us in the industry. Sometimes we would kind of lead people in that direction. Now, the thing to keep in mind is you really can't believe these games at the beginning of your itinerary. 'cause when you don't make a flight they cancelled everything else, and then you're basically out of luck. But if you're talking about a one way fare, or it's your return trip last flight home. Yeah. Happens all the time. I mean, how many people that lived in Cincinnati went to Dayton during the days because it was cheaper to fly out of date, and they'd go dating since since to Los Angeles guilty that and then they come back to Cincinnati. And instead of catching that flight today, they just get off have somebody pick them up. And they go home they were driven to airport in Dayton. There's no need for him to go back. They live right next to the Cincinnati airport. So what happens all the time? But from an airline standpoint every time we don't catch our connecting flight like the the Minneapolis to San Diego flight, what would it up taking places the airline would say, wait a minute. Hey, you're you're being undercharged to fly to Minneapolis. You should be paying a higher fare. Plus by not showing up at the last second on the Minneapolis to San Diego. We can't sell that seat at the last second. So that's lost revenue as well. So for the airlines, which are all about profits in those silver revenue tubes. It's an idea of look when you buy a ticket from us. It is a legal contract that you are scheduled to fly from here to here here. If you break that contract, we are within our rights to do what we need to do. If it's a matter of recouping revenue airline ships threatened for decades to go after passengers for doing it. Sometimes they do they're getting a little bit more vocal. This is the first time. I can remember a major airline is being a German airline Lufthansa going after a passion you're saying. Oh, no more. We're not going to allow it. Which means the guy may never be allowed to fly that airline ever again. Or if he does he may be under heightened scrutiny to make sure he doesn't pull this kind of stuff out, you know, in the past. But but people go nuts. Trying to figure out airfare. I'm dealing with them all day long. When people are trying to figure out the best way to get from here to there, and there's so many different fairs. It's confusing when you can find a way to kind of give it back to the airlines people kind of enjoy that. Absolutely. Is our seven hundred wwl w aviation expert. Jay, Ratliff, sterling seven hundred wwl w so in this situation, and they're going to go and try to recoup whatever grand to grant, it is from this does passenger who bailed out can they really legitimately. What argument do they have in a court situation to fight for that? And what I mean by that is if I've already paid and I have three segments. Let's just say I use the I two I forgot about the last one they could've bumped me off that one. Anyway, that happens all the time or they've oversold, and there's some type of conflict or confusion, and then there's an ago, she Asian of what are you gonna get or not get for your pain and suffering and sitting in Minneapolis or wherever else you gotta go for longer is it goes along. But if I bought it it's my seat, regardless. I paid. So what I mean, how can they really come at me or you or anybody else? I mean, they're gonna they're. Gonna say now, your example as far as they could bump you. Yeah. But that still means that that airplane leaves with a button every seat. That's that's the ultimate goal for any airline when you're dealing with a perishable product that you know, once the doors shut any chance of future revenue there's loss. But the other thing is they would basically say in a court of law that because of the fact that this airline ticket is a contract, and you broke that contract and you prevented us from having an opportunity to sell the seat you knowingly. We're going to give up we we lost revenue and as a result. Even though you paid for that transportation, you know, we should have had the opportunity to sell that ticket for you know, in his case may have been fifteen hundred dollars. So he bought it in advance. But maybe sold it at the last minute might have been a twenty to twenty five hundred dollar ticket. So when you look at that. I mean, it's something in one the airline is trying to do is basically send a message with a shot across the bow here that look guys that we're going to push stop to this. Because when you when you add up the number of times that you've got a flight from Cincinnati to Dayton this book, full, but only six people show up where you got that example. I said was the goes from sixty to Minneapolis to San Diego in forty eight forty eight people don't show up. I mean, it's pretty clear something's going on. And it drives the airline execs, especially the bean counters crazy because they know exactly what's going on. I mean, they're trying to maximize revenue like, I totally grasped that on the other side. We're trying to save as much as there is too. I just found that interesting. I saw that my is it was like a cartoon where they bugged out. I gotta call Jay on this. Scare me. I'm like I've done that before I hate to think all of a sudden, I get that phone call or all of a sudden, there's a weird charge. This come from. I don't need that airlines are all about charges, and you know, that they're going to do everything that they can. But I don't know of any US airline. That's really gone after it. The the craze right now is anytime there's a diverted flight the airlines are now looking to charge the person responsible for the cost of the diverted landing which can be eighteen or nineteen or twenty thousand dollars while that's still cheaper than getting the emergency helicopter flight from a crash scene may not necessarily need the dry me. They're like no you need to fly. Like, I I don't know that. I'm okay, I'll be alright. Because the insurance I can see the insurance company. No. We're covering that. And then. Anything going on here? I know we had big win. And there was some weather issues in a bunch of cancellations and stuff today a little head start for tomorrow. What do you predict an in this keep in mind that a lot of flights that are scheduled to make it into places this evening make out tomorrow morning's, you know, departures when you look at the back that in Boston we have delays already of three and a half hours. Goodness, even Louisville. Get an hour delay. We've got nearly three hour delays in Newark. A lot of these airports where the originating flight was supposed to end up in Cincinnati. That's gonna make out tomorrow. Morning's originating flight outta here. It's been causing some problems we had issues in Chicago this morning, Minneapolis, Detroit. And when you start messing with the air traffic network in airplanes, don't get where they need to by the end of the day. It's going to affect flights the next day. So yeah, today's meth, unfortunately, he's going to carry over into tomorrow, which means that you need to make sure that the airline has a way to get a hold of you, Email, text, whatever. So that if there is any. Changed your itinerary. They can reach you. Then give you the options, and you can make the decision what what's the best way to proceed there than just sitting at the airport paying for overprice, grub and stuff. That's for. Sure, if you have a problem with the airline, and you need to complain by all means do so, but the other thing is remember instead of complaining to the airline go to DOT dot gov in fill out an online complaint through the department of transportation airlines hate him because it creates a paper trail that they are forced to respond to most of most of the time when we have seventy four million people lied a month. The DOT will get about eight hundred complaints. And that's because only eight hundred people complained through the DOT website. We have hundreds of thousands of complaints. So they don't count otherwise really because people don't know to go to the DOT website. I don't care if it's a current or past issue if you've got a complaint, DOT dot gov. Always good information for Jay Ratliff. Alright. A final question. I'll let you go. You're an experienced man you've been married a long time happily married. I know that's the right answer. I got a weird situation. And I think I've got it casually dating not out a lot Valentine's two days away buddy of mine. He and his wife, and like Valentine's, no big deal. It's not a Valentine's dinner situation. But you could take this girl to dinner with us on Valentine's. I'm like, no. That's not a good idea. And they're like, no, it's not a Valentine's for us. If I take this woman out, she's gonna think it's something on Valentine's because it's Valentine's Day. Am I crazy and insane to think that no? And here's how you need to interpret it how are her friends going to interpret your actions on Valentine's Day. See that's when it gets deep. I'm not trying to get to the friend thing. I know, but I'm just saying because her friends are going to say, hey, this guy, you're dating now. That's exactly right special was Valentine's Day, and they go back, and she goes back into as well, he took me out with his friends. I mean, you know, the the bar lowers at that point in time. And I'm not saying go crazy. I'm saying just recognize it's not the girl only, but it's all of her friends that she's going to tell about what happened, and you need to make sure that you know, it's nothing. I agree. Go to dinner with your friends on another night. All right. See once in a while and make a right call early on without assistance. It seems like I did the right thing..

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"eighteen dollars" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"eighteen dollars" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I know that Atticus too young now one maybe present even exist you on his streaming on Netflix. I think they're both on HBO. Right now so patents to comes out. And I started hearing all the hype in like Ghirma, they'll toros as favorite movie of twenty eighteen dollars were streaming onto be that's Paddington. We're talking patties interior, whereas listeners, we're telling me, I should watch Pattinson. Even if I don't have a kid to watch it with that. I'd appreciate it. HBO people are for padding in to for the last few months of insane. Hey, you don't have to watch Patterson. It's shitty. Anyways, compared to Patty's to pad into really hits the Mark. So both of them. No. I'm about in Paddington one is is what it is. It's got some clever. It's way better than what you would imagine. I'm not a patent guy. You're how many people are Paddington people British Barry. I remember we're British on ends. The books of the child up for million with you know, who's not with red hat and the the blue PICO, but a man named Paul king wrote and directed both of these. Along with Simon foreign be far to be. But he brought this this this fellow to life, and let me tell you this. I love patents into I love it. It saddens me that it's a sequel to a another. Ridiculous. You know, child family movie, I wish that it was his own thing and stood on its own. Or I wish the two of them were like melded together. Because one is better than the other fad. I'd say Paddington to is like a solid I'll say five star kids movie five-star family movie, whereas Paddington one is like maybe three and a half three and a half stars. Maybe they're both really good. So here's the best. Here's what says, okay, the fucking bear Paddington like the lead, the the weakest part of the entire can bear the week is a guy didn't have an affinity for patents. -ssarily? He could take them or leave him. His voice was alright he was kinda cute here. And there he did some funny things a lot of seen in the trailers where he puts his puts the toothbrush in his ears. And he uses the cue tips. And you know, he fuck shit up specially in the first one hundred up, but it's the artistry of the frames the composition of frames. The camera work. I didn't I didn't expect that and the side care. Actors that the people that are in this movie. Fucking kill Brendan Gleeson it and he's just crushing Noah Taylor. Isn't it grant Hugh Grant is the Nicole Kidman was in the first one she was antagonise and that a bit a bit silly. But then this one the the main antagonists Bryant, the evil doer was Hugh Grant. And he was fantastic. Love him many laugh out loud moments. I'd say I wanna go more than five minutes without laughing very hard times rewinding making my watch my wife watch what I just laughed at. I love this movie. Really, really good movie. It don't have fountain. You should you. Should you should get the whole back story 'cause they start off in the woods. I mean in in the jungle and then patents the storyline and gets them into London. Right. So what else do I want to say about this? It's just and Sally Hawkins like Brian said. And it's funny too. Because, you know, she, of course, is in the fish sex movie. And of course, that was directed by Gary they'll Toro who now says patents to his favorite movie. And there is a scene where Sally Hawkins is underwater with a creature on Paddington to know, and it's strikingly similar all sex. There's no sexual encounter going on. But it's it's not many people have that on the resume to two times. And she does oh what a good movie patterns into so inventive. You know? All kids movies should be like this..

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