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COVID-19 Risks Prompt Some California Counties to Ease Jail Populations

Pacifica Evening News

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

COVID-19 Risks Prompt Some California Counties to Ease Jail Populations

"Is endemic in our society how can we really address all these issues about equity and about violence and about safety this is a moment of reckoning and I think we need to respond to prisons and southern California have hundreds of coronavirus infections each inmates at San Quentin want to prevent that from happening in the bay area prison they say there's already been a spike in covert infections one hundred and twenty one inmates were transferred there from the California institution for men in Chino California on may thirtieth stock visibility is known as a hotbed for coronavirus with nearly five hundred in the infections and fifteen deaths San Quentin is now seeing a rise in cases thirty three to date Kerry Reid a current inmate in San Quentin the certain facilities like the each unit are operating at two hundred percent capacity the overcrowding make social distancing impossible he says the dangers posed by the lack of social distancing and access to personal protective equipment infringes on his constitutional rights right the right privacy I can search any time in your life I am subject teacher or not right right we've called usual punishment you're not being given is right under your psychological difficult one that okay okay overcrowding was a problem in prisons before the pandemic it is not the main cause of the spread of the virus to inmates Weicker says prison capacity would need to be reduced to seventy percent to be able to safely social distance which is impossible and current conditions thirty five hundred inmates were released at the start of the pandemic earlier this month governor Gavin Newsom announced he will start releasing inmates within a hundred and eighty days of their release date but resigned an inmate at San Quentin says it's not enough they we critics also get real and we don't collect January but we don't focus so a lot of it the coalition is calling on the governor to approve the release of inmates over the age of fifty those who have a low risk of re offending and those who have been incarcerated multiple years without disciplinary action prison inmates at San Quentin are also demanding widespread testing for everyone living and working in the prison statewide nearly three hundred prison guards have also tested positive for the virus they're also demanding prison staff remain stationed and one part of the present but the state stop transferring inmates from prison to prison during the pandemic and for greater access to hygiene supplies

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Risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

KNX Evening News

06:08 min | Last month

Risks complicate reopenings as WHO warns 1st wave not over

"Right now though there have been several guides to safely re opening the economy written by public health professionals setting out certain guidelines safeguards and requirements for line businesses to start up again a lot of cases states and counties are not meeting those guidelines but they're re opening anyway so with the talking to those public health professionals and that's what keeps them up at night now Dr Jonathan fielding is a professor of health policy at UCLA now but for sixteen years he served as the public health director for LA county and Jeremy can nine dike is at the center for global development now but during the Obama administration directed the U. S. C. ID's office of U. S. foreign disaster assistance where he led the response to the uble outbreaks will start with doctor feeling so it we we talk about stuff that's keeping you up at night what what specifically is keeping you up at night right now it was bothering me most is that people aren't really being consistent and listening to what public health folks are saying in terms of the very simple things assembly when we saw what happened in Orange County land of for one weekend that speech was open and it was not in Los Angeles county and there is a twenty two percent increase in the number of cases in Orange County is the in the weeks following means so people people they hate your has to be consistent and and we can't do that with the they're they're making decisions that are not in their best interest but that is if they get the sense that things are getting better so we need to make sure that people understand even though things are getting better the researchers still very substantial and staying at home ask issue assembly particularly and I'm concerned that that the politics is intruding in some of these areas for example the issue of churches and assembly where in fact if you have large numbers of people unfortunately you're going to be transmitting a lot of this this is this is a very very contagious disease and we need to treat it like that and it's not going to be over just because we're slowly trying to open up but on the other hand I am concerned we have to balance the economic issues with the public health issues and that's not easy Sir Jeremy with that set up how do you do that where do you find the balance and is the message of hard to get across still about the danger when we have just basically a patchwork out there of re openings yeah I I yeah I think the the notion of trying to balance the things against each other is a little bit it's a little bit misleading because it it and implies that you can take more risks on the help side that gives you more benefits on the economic side I think that that's not likely to be the case you know what what's driving down the economy is not just the set down or insult the people behavioral choices the fact that people don't feel safe to go to a restaurant they don't feel safe to go back to shopping centers they don't feel they can safely go back to their jobs and and so we see that even some of the states that have begun reopening kind of recklessly and I invite you to take Georgia George was late to close and early to open and did not meet the really any standards or metrics were for reopening well there was the polar Georgia this week so two thirds of the St still thinks it's not safe to go out and that the they're reopening to early and so the economy is not going to rebound as long as people feel unsafe and people are going to feel unsafe as long as the virus is out there uncontrolled so you know we really need to put a heavy focus as the doctor said consistency in bringing the virus back under control in the long run that's going to be the most rapidly to get the economy recovered as well Italy and Spain which are through the worst hit countries in Europe by that point in their academic at the U. S. is now at about eighty days in yes the really the the real start up of the epidemic they had seen a drop off from their peaks transmissible of about eighty percent in Italy and more than ninety percent of Spain we've only seen a drop over the same period about twenty eight percent in the U. S. so we are not doing enough to pretend that the democratic control and you know my fear and I get to your internal question what keeps me up is the idea that we're doing not quite enough to get the epidemic under control and that's going to mean we're going to be stuck with an ongoing epidemic and an ongoing economic collapse for very long time all right so back to doctor feeling there are two extremes that we're seeing on this and one extreme says you've got to open everything back up right now the there's an undercurrent even acknowledges that yeah some people are going to die but Hey you have to and it's only going to be the old and sick they're going to die I mean some people actually come out and basically said this but then on the other extreme you say we've got to keep everything completely shut down even more than we are now until there is a vaccine which extreme is closer to the truth well we're not gonna be comfortable until we have a vaccine Antilles and then until we achieve herd immunity which is not going to be immediately so I I think this discomfort is is probably a good thing but the people need to have the consistent behavior when they see that there has been a reduction in the number of cases and the things are opening up they say oh Gee I don't have to worry as much anymore that's what bothers me that there's a lot of people and and some say look the the all the all the mortality all the excess tester and old people and people with underlying conditions well you have a lot of the lot of the other a lot of the transmission is and the younger people even if they don't in general suffer the same digital risk of of serious consequences so but on the other hand I I do agree that we have to get people who feel comfortable going out and doing things and it's not just by seeing others is by having in fact the data that says you know you can do some things now that you probably shouldn't have done before and what we have so many natural experiments going on right now because every state is different and even parts of states are different than other parts of the state we're gonna have a lot of data to help us with this but it is unfortunately it's not always going to be in

11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

Trivia With Budds

05:53 min | 2 months ago

11 Trivia Questions on Movie Mashups

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A look at what happens when stocks enter a bear market

Bloomberg Markets

01:14 min | 4 months ago

A look at what happens when stocks enter a bear market

"Me was I saw chart yesterday that showing kind of the number of days it took to get to a bear market and you know this one was an immediate twenty some odd days and you know it the average was you're sixty or seventy or eighty days this was so quick yeah well from you know the pick up market to bear market territory it's just extraordinary I wonder what that means about any potential turn back up in the market yeah absolutely but I went by the way one and then ten we survive a certain time that Exxon shares not the S. and P. five hundred overall but you're right about how fast this is come on I mean you're looking at you know the second time in three weeks that you're down more than ten percent of the S. and P. five hundred so it has come on relatively quickly from that regard and as to where we go from here I mean it really comes down to you know when you get companies reporting first quarter results how do they actually look and do they have any better sense than they do now of what's ahead for the second quarter and the rest of the year given what's going on with the the corona virus in the way it's it's hurt business I mean we've seen it you know left right and center at this point we know it's going to be devastating for a lot of companies and the real question is how

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How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster

Squawk Pod

05:09 min | 4 months ago

How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster

"Squawk pod president. Trump's Day of pardons and commutations clemency for former Illinois Governor Blagojevich. And if you're asking me what my party affiliation is. I'm a trump credit and junk bond king. Mike Milkin we hear from Jim. Stewart the journalist who wrote the book on the nineteen eighties insider trading scandals. These particular Crohn's did create tremendous amount of collateral damage. The nation's top antitrust enforcer making delver hime on the controversial sprint t mobile merger. This is serious stuff. This affects the economy. It affects millions of jobs and the corona virus outbreak hitting small business one Amazon seller with factories in China. We really expect the disruption to Be hitting US hardest actually next month in March and April. Those stories plus some birthday celebrations. Where are the fireworks and balloons? They got nothing I asked for those. I'm CNBC producer. Katie creamer it's Wednesday. February nineteenth twenty twenty. Squawk pod begins right now standbys. Joe In three she one of my good morning and welcome the squawk box here and I live from stage in the star of stage and screen. Kelly is with us this morning. We are live from the Nasdaq market site in Times Square. You still on the exchange later. Are you still doing? I have done the exchange and we tried to keep the warm. I'm Joe Kernan. That's interesting we both done. The Exchange Kelly Evans is the star of the essential here today. Because Becky is off But just for today and then you got a long day not that not that long and join us for the next two hours. Liz Young probably has a long day. You have to go to work if there's going down. And you're directing all markets really and you're directing all market strategy. Advan y Mellon that takes time dow down. That's traveling salesperson. Okay that's all right too big client or something a few of them. Yeah who'll be there till Friday so you'll be there you can close the deal. Is that what you do you know how to do that? I guess I'm GonNa try stockbroker you know how you got to ask alternative choice questions. You'd like to buy this better for you and I like that. I can answer alternative of choice. Quite you do show. She doesn't get on a plane unless there's money to be new but you do everything you do should be closing though you should close more. You should be closing. I'm close did you see. What is it close? Gary you are. You couldn't stay away yesterday. Called in you had to go to news it was. It was actually did that work but I appeal for your vacation. Day since you essentially worked yesterday and you did not have the day off on the same emails that was you didn't get it. Thank you for your half day. I hadn't even thought about very good idea. Who's a very good idea to comfortable with this calling in? Yeah Yeah our colleagues at some other places as is it. One hundred and eighty. Well you gotTA stand at the end of city one hundred eighty days. If you're going to have. Could you eighteen the tax rate? Would you come clean or would you pretend that you're here? Would you let him pretend Bingo? I WanNa tell you about chairs of Blue Apron because they are swinging wildly after yesterday's close. Here's tapping here's what happened. Rather the company said it is exploring strategic options. That's usually euphemism for yet. Just putting itself on the Block. Basically the company coming up that announcement coming after its fourth quarter. Report showed ninety four million dollars in sales and a net loss of nearly twenty two million dollars. Customers fell from five hundred fifty seven thousand twenty eighteen to three hundred fifty one thousand by the end of two thousand. Nineteen the meal kit to deliver service. That it's considering merging with other companies and raising more money stock initially surged twelve percent. But now I can see that stock is now off eight percent. And that's what happens when you push up your sales through marketing. They were spending spending. But here's what blows me away. I get advertisements for new meal kit companies. I don't know about all the time ones. I've never even heard of anybody getting into this business. I don't know I've never used it and use it here and there but basically what I get a free week or something in and those big cards in the mail. There's a new one every week. I don't know who thinks that they're gonNA be able to make money if the biggest one in the industry could make your point Andrew unless they were constantly marketing from direct to consumer come. They're all realizing. Oh my gosh. If we don't plaster the entire world with ads constantly on every podcast any maybe we should get him on the spot. If some more if I do a meal kit it's going to be neutra systems can just. That's a different different kinds of things. The Diet Kim died Kim. But I'm saying if I ever were for men right. There's a different one for men. I think. Yes has more calories. I see guys get really thin on TV. I've watched you've seen that I have. They ever has lot. Does it work do you

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Two Cases of Coronavirus in Southern California

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

01:18 min | 5 months ago

Two Cases of Coronavirus in Southern California

"LA county public health director barber for rare has tried to calm the fears about the disease right now there's nothing that indicates that there's human to human transmission here in LA county only two cases of corona virus have been confirmed in southern California one here in LA county the other in Orange County now as far as shutting down L. hamper schools a district spokesperson says there are no plans to cancel classes and that without a declaration of an emergency the superintendent does not have the authority to close the schools because kids have to attend classes one hundred and eighty days per school year live in el hambre John Baird K. in acts ten seventy newsradio the virus outbreak is profit a screening of travelers to contain the disease but there is some research out today that's as maybe it's not that effective these her researchers at UCLA they say this screenings will catch less than half of the infected travelers on average they say most infection travelers are not showing any signs of the virus and in fact unaware that might even have been exposed the researchers are calling for enhanced screening methods at airports another trouble Hobbs Ellie category supervisor's gonna get an update today on efforts by local health officials to prevent the spread of corona

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Fan events announced for 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta

Sean Hannity

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Fan events announced for 2020 NCAA Men's Basketball Final Four in Atlanta

"With eighty days to go to the final four turns to Atlanta W. S. B.'s J. black reports basketball fans will have a lot to do downtown that first weekend of a personally the fifth time college basketball will crown its champion here it's an incredible city to host a large scale event like this stand Gavin with the NC double a downtown to be set up very similar to how it was from last year's Super Bowl games and and a a free free open open practices practices at at Mercedes Mercedes Benz Benz stadium stadium fan fan fest fest of of the the World World Congress Congress center center and and free free concerts concerts at at centennial centennial park park headlined headlined by by Taylor Taylor swift swift the the four four day day festival festival features basketball Dan Corso of the Atlanta sports council of its kick off on Friday April third with the national semifinals the following day

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Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

BrainStuff

05:21 min | 6 months ago

Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

"In the United States alone. Thirty people die every day and drunk. Driving related crashes that equates to one person every forty eight minutes but simple technology to prevent and even possibly end drunk driving exists so why aren't carmakers required to implement it uh-huh new legislation in the United States aims to do just that to require all new cars be equipped with Alcohol Addiction Systems by two thousand twenty four the reduce impaired driving for everyone act of two thousand nineteen known as the riot act was introduced to Congress from both sides of the aisle by Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico and Rick. Scott out of Florida who co-sponsored the Senate bill and representative Debbie Dingle of Michigan in the House. Democrats and Republicans working together. The lawmakers believed the law could save seven thousand lives per year. We spoke by email with Ned. Adrian's Senator Udalls Communications Director. He said Udal saw the success. That ignition interlock. Technology had in reducing the number of alcohol related driving fatalities in New Mexico indices alcohol detection. Technology is a big part of the solution in preventing drunk drivers from. I'm getting behind the wheel. The Right Act doesn't just call for automakers to implement alcohol detection technology on their own. The bill also provides funding for research and development element of advanced alcohol detection software. The legislation will establish a pilot program fleet vehicles equipped with the software including those from federal state and private partners. That means the technology will be tested on vehicles before being mandated for consumers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA is also also partnering with Automobile Manufacturers to help develop detection systems that can be installed in vehicles the NHTSA will work with the private on motive coalition for traffic safety as well as directly with vehicle manufacturers suppliers and other interested parties including institutions of higher education expertise and automotive engineering to develop the technology not once the pilot program is underway results will initially be evaluated in the first twelve months and again every one hundred and eighty days the target eight for implementing the federally mandated. Technology in. All new vehicles will be no more than two years after the law is enacted as for how it will actually work. We can get some insight from current technology though that doesn't necessarily reflect the future an ignition interlock device or I I D- is essentially a breathalyzer connected to a car's ars ignition system once it's installed the car won't start until someone breathes into. Id with an alcohol. Free Breath. Drivers also can't disconnect the devices uses without damaging the vehicle. It's possible for a driver to trick these devices by having someone else provide the breath sample but the device is also demand rolling samples at regular intervals while the vehicle is in motion. Making it difficult for anyone other than the driver to comply and the statistics show that they work in May of Twenty nineteen mothers against drunk driving announced that in-car breathalyzers stop drivers who were drunk from starting their cars or three million times since two thousand six. That's that's when mad began pushing for ignition interlocks for every drunk driver mad collected. It's data from eleven ignition interlock manufacturers. The data found that. ID's stopped opt almost three hundred and forty eight thousand attempts by drivers with alcohol in their system. In two thousand eighteen alone lifesaver a provider of interlock devices and services says says on its website. That false positives are possible though a triggered by anything from mouthwash to fruit juice to pizza dough in that case a series of lockout periods are triggered before the driver can take another test anywhere from five minutes on up depending on the laws of the state if a rolling sample triggers a failure. The vehicle must be stopped as as soon as possible to pullover safely and failure on a subsequent test after a lockout period. Put the vehicle in a service mode where it must be taken to a service center to be reset that it's unclear whether the laws for federally mandated built in devices would use similar procedures. The Ride Act. Bill does state that the technology will automatically use the blood alcohol content cut off for the jurisdiction where the vehicle is being operated. However the bill does not specify whether the development team is working with existing assisting technology or what form the implementation will take? Also who would pay for all of this. Generally when drivers are required to install an aftermarket. I I D- After a Dui they pay the costs for installation monthly fees for the court mandated monitoring period and the removal fee. At the end of their sentence. These costs can easily add up to thousands of dollars which is not necessarily representative of the cost of the. ID itself since there are different suppliers of these ID's in different areas. Prices can vary and furthermore the monthly fee also includes a monitoring service that records the results of each test to report back to the court if necessary a lifesaver says their pricing is bound by the laws of the states in which they provide their services. It's unclear how. Or if the cost of these devices would be passed on consumers if they become mandated as part of car equipment though the text of Udal in Scott's proposal specifies that federal funding will help pay for the development costs the federal government has already dedicated about fifty million dollars to the project.

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Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

BrainStuff

05:21 min | 6 months ago

Could Your Next Car Say 'No' to Drunk Driving?

"In the United States alone. Thirty people die every day and drunk. Driving related crashes that equates to one person every forty eight minutes but simple technology to prevent and even possibly end drunk driving exists so why aren't carmakers required to implement it uh-huh new legislation in the United States aims to do just that to require all new cars be equipped with Alcohol Addiction Systems by two thousand twenty four the reduce impaired driving for everyone act of two thousand nineteen known as the riot act was introduced to Congress from both sides of the aisle by Senator Tom Udall of New Mexico and Rick. Scott out of Florida who co-sponsored the Senate bill and representative Debbie Dingle of Michigan in the House. Democrats and Republicans working together. The lawmakers believed the law could save seven thousand lives per year. We spoke by email with Ned. Adrian's Senator Udalls Communications Director. He said Udal saw the success. That ignition interlock. Technology had in reducing the number of alcohol related driving fatalities in New Mexico indices alcohol detection. Technology is a big part of the solution in preventing drunk drivers from. I'm getting behind the wheel. The Right Act doesn't just call for automakers to implement alcohol detection technology on their own. The bill also provides funding for research and development element of advanced alcohol detection software. The legislation will establish a pilot program fleet vehicles equipped with the software including those from federal state and private partners. That means the technology will be tested on vehicles before being mandated for consumers the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration or NHTSA is also also partnering with Automobile Manufacturers to help develop detection systems that can be installed in vehicles the NHTSA will work with the private on motive coalition for traffic safety as well as directly with vehicle manufacturers suppliers and other interested parties including institutions of higher education expertise and automotive engineering to develop the technology not once the pilot program is underway results will initially be evaluated in the first twelve months and again every one hundred and eighty days the target eight for implementing the federally mandated. Technology in. All new vehicles will be no more than two years after the law is enacted as for how it will actually work. We can get some insight from current technology though that doesn't necessarily reflect the future an ignition interlock device or I I D- is essentially a breathalyzer connected to a car's ars ignition system once it's installed the car won't start until someone breathes into. Id with an alcohol. Free Breath. Drivers also can't disconnect the devices uses without damaging the vehicle. It's possible for a driver to trick these devices by having someone else provide the breath sample but the device is also demand rolling samples at regular intervals while the vehicle is in motion. Making it difficult for anyone other than the driver to comply and the statistics show that they work in May of Twenty nineteen mothers against drunk driving announced that in-car breathalyzers stop drivers who were drunk from starting their cars or three million times since two thousand six. That's that's when mad began pushing for ignition interlocks for every drunk driver mad collected. It's data from eleven ignition interlock manufacturers. The data found that. ID's stopped opt almost three hundred and forty eight thousand attempts by drivers with alcohol in their system. In two thousand eighteen alone lifesaver a provider of interlock devices and services says says on its website. That false positives are possible though a triggered by anything from mouthwash to fruit juice to pizza dough in that case a series of lockout periods are triggered before the driver can take another test anywhere from five minutes on up depending on the laws of the state if a rolling sample triggers a failure. The vehicle must be stopped as as soon as possible to pullover safely and failure on a subsequent test after a lockout period. Put the vehicle in a service mode where it must be taken to a service center to be reset that it's unclear whether the laws for federally mandated built in devices would use similar procedures. The Ride Act. Bill does state that the technology will automatically use the blood alcohol content cut off for the jurisdiction where the vehicle is being operated. However the bill does not specify whether the development team is working with existing assisting technology or what form the implementation will take? Also who would pay for all of this. Generally when drivers are required to install an aftermarket. I I D- After a Dui they pay the costs for installation monthly fees for the court mandated monitoring period and the removal fee. At the end of their sentence. These costs can easily add up to thousands of dollars which is not necessarily representative of the cost of the. ID itself since there are different suppliers of these ID's in different areas. Prices can vary and furthermore the monthly fee also includes a monitoring service that records the results of each test to report back to the court if necessary a lifesaver says their pricing is bound by the laws of the states in which they provide their services. It's unclear how. Or if the cost of these devices would be passed on consumers if they become mandated as part of car equipment though the text of Udal in Scott's proposal specifies that federal funding will help pay for the development costs the federal government has already dedicated about fifty million dollars to the project.

Civic leaders unite to take a stand against asbestos in schools

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | 6 months ago

Civic leaders unite to take a stand against asbestos in schools

"Leaders are coming together to take a stand against what they're calling toxic schools we will use just the new totals as they're putting their requests and really demands in writing by half dozen Philadelphia schools have had to close their doors at some point this school year because of this best this problem that needs short term assistance in long term assistance serving you state senator Bentsen choose another local leader sent a letter to their colleagues and governor Tom wolf Wednesday asking for funding to help fix the problem we were all in unity ticket increase support specially from the state level to address this growing problem the rally in front of colonel elementary one of the schools recently closed due to express this where they're dressed equitable funding for schools throughout the state the most visible way of seeing that inequity is and the physical condition of the schools we cannot mandate that our children attend school one hundred eighty days a year but have them go to school in toxic building use was joined in this call by members of the Philadelphia federation of teachers other state officials and city council members

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How to Build a Great Product Strategy

The Product Podcast

08:18 min | 6 months ago

How to Build a Great Product Strategy

"Today I wanted. I wanted to talk about something that I have found very valuable in my career. So far I have used a lot of these frameworks and a lot of these things to decide on how to build my product and how to strategize on how things should be digging to market and other aspects of it. So let's do the first sort of case study that I want to cover The Yours Twenty twelve. The company is Reliance Jio so let me let me add some context on on the market and company. I so reliance. Jio Is a Internet company in India Indonesia twelve they got the license for For Operating Four G. services throughout India India did not have four G. Services at that time name and so- GIO is really looking to make a big splash in this market. A little bit about the market itself. So India yeah at that time despite having one billion people only at one hundred thirty seven million Internet users so penetration was pretty low about eleven percent. It was growing pretty quick so twenty six percent year on year growth but still sort of a waste to go in terms of smartphone own Benadryl that was even lower so only sixty seven million smartphone users in India at that time about six percent of doral telecom users had smartphones at the time. So so here's here's my question based on all of that. What kind of Guy Chris? Thanks do you guys think would be the best selling points for the net brought up in this market and context six. Okay yeah okay. What else if you think of like four G.? Internetwork were what comes to mind first speed video. Yeah exactly so so. That's that's pretty much the the sort of lines that going on now you know fi- five speeds hard. We get this to more people low latency connectivity those kinds of things in terms of thinking of competitors who who do you think our main competitors would be in this market. Yeah Yeah Yup do G and three G service providers. Yeah Yeah so yup that that's kind of how we were thinking about our market and competitors at. Ah Dime this is. This is the list of Delegation players in India. At the time. How how would you segment the this this market in terms terms of customers? Like how would you decide what kind of customers to go for And you know like what kind of products bill for customer segments etcetera so. Yeah Okay Yeah. And so you're saying basically based on the industry or based on if it's a B. Two B. versus COSC-. Yeah okay. Yeah but I'm trying to get to a dimension or very level over this like what are the dimensions age is one thing. Yeah yeah over. New Rule like income levels those kinds of things so yeah all of those are the sort of demographic characteristics that we were looking at This is where we we sort of hit. Hit some roadblocks so we figured out all of this was wrong. We figured that and this was. It's not a novel concept if you when you look back on it but sort of thinking Ford. It's always something that you miss. Don't think about which is that. People don't want a jail because they want the drill. They want the drill because they want the whole right people want to hold. They don't want the drought so in the same way for us. What we realized is people don't want Internet? They want stuff that they can do with that. Internet smartphone penetration was only sixty million people. What what are we going to do by giving people for gene demand if they don't have smartphones if they don't have gone to undefeated if they don't have things the use that four G. Internet four so we started doing was instead of instead of segmenting our customers by Democrat demographics or products and services? We moved to this jobs to be done kind of framework and figuring out. What is the job that these customized need to get done that they wanted to hire Gio and the Internet for we started segmenting bull in terms of you know first time users people who want to buy the smartphone for this first first time people who love watching TV and they may be worn get more if the content side of things people want to connectivity? They won't let things like Connecting to their friends and family having high-speed video galling etc.. So should that's when we start. We shifted our mindset to thinking about. How do we move away from the guy at Christie's of Internet itself but we start talking about what is the the actual jobs to be done? That people were higher Gio for and that's that's what I talked about so so we talked about content. We talked about videos does overseers. We talked about Payment Solutions Shopping Devices all of those things and this is what we ended up launching and sort of actually building so twenty four dean. We launched a smartphone which was the cheapest smartphone. The one This this smartphone I think was about seventy dollars. Unlocked contract It it was the way to sort of build our our market because our market wasn't the one point two billion people in India the people who have smartphones and an ability to consume four G.. Internet so oh so. That's what we did. We only launched the the phone. We didn't even launch for services at this point. Two years later is when we launched a slew of applications nations. Gone Dan Services all of these things that will build on top of this new four G. Wound saying if yours all this great stuff if you WanNa take advantage of all of this stuff. The four G. is sort of the bare bones infrastructure which you need to get to these products and these jobs Do Redone so so just the close out. This case Gio ended up launching their telecom services in sixteen it was the fastest elegant launch success excess in the world We got one hundred million customers in the fourth one hundred eighty days of launch I think the GM was like last week and they. They're at three learned. Forty million now so that the second biggest alcon provider in the world today that's the that's the internet usage that so so all right when GIO launched went up NYNEX in in a matter of you know six months so the demand was there. People were willing to use the WH- we're willing to use the bandwidth as long as you give them something to do with that Before that people didn't have anything to do with with the content and with the bat. Excuse me with the bandwidth. That was out there. So so that's like the big shift that we saw in the market and then obviously below Like behind all of this was the content itself so we saw not just the GIO APPS but even competing providers see big spikes in their usage and the way that they were benefiting the market

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Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is leaving the company for good.

The Frankie Boyer Show

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick is leaving the company for good.

"Former uber CEO Travis Kalanick will resign from the newly public companies board next week effectively severing ties with the ride hailing company he co founded a decade ago over once considered the world's most valuable startup turbo charged the gig economy is logged over fifteen billion trips since twenty ten Kalanick co founded over in two thousand nine but was ousted as chief executive in the summer of two thousand seventeen after series of management and sexual harassment scandals he stayed on as a member of the board until the announcement Kalanick recently sold more than two point five billion dollars worth of shares in the company more than ninety percent of his holdings after a one hundred eighty day lock up period following the company's may initial public offering for you as a radio news I'm

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Trump is expected to delay European auto tariffs for 6 months

Red Eye Radio

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

Trump is expected to delay European auto tariffs for 6 months

"Monday political reported president trump is expected to postpone his decision a place terrace on the European auto imports for another six months trumpet for and by the way if he doesn't rather six months they're done for a year drop in previously given you the US trade representative Robert light highs are hundred eighty days to make trade agreements with the E. U. in Japan in regard to auto and auto parts imports saying that they were a threat to national security that deadline is approaching tomorrow White House was able to reach an agreement with Japan in which the country committed to more US agricultural exports edible stream of roles on digital trade according to political light Heiser told reporters in September he did not expect the president to impose duties on Japan after the green it was done no such deal has been reached with the E. U. as the country's did not allow agricultural products to be put on the negotiating table so the president is expected to push the decision back to place terrace on the E. U. a person familiar with the decision

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Secret Air Force Space Plane Lands After More Than 2 Years In Orbit

Joel Riley

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Secret Air Force Space Plane Lands After More Than 2 Years In Orbit

"Saw this United States Air Force X. thirty seven B. space plane it's on the ground notable because it was up in the skies will really in space for two years according to reports in Maine space plane touched down shortly before four A. M. Sunday it orbited the earth for seven hundred eighty days the Air Force deployed the plane he said it's about the size of a small bus they sent up in twenty seventeen pretty

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The U.S. Air Force’s secretive space plane ends record-breaking mission

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

The U.S. Air Force’s secretive space plane ends record-breaking mission

"Vote will not a secret anymore none piloted U. S. miglior military aircraft back on earth that the airforce is X. thirty seven B. returned to earth on Sunday after seven hundred and eighty days in orbit a new record for this small space plane it looks like the old space shuttle the airforce never discloses what the reusable aircraft does and its missions other than saying it test new systems and carries out experiments the record breaking mission was the fifth for the X. thirty seven B. since it first flew into space in two

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Air Force spaceplane lands after 780-day mission

WBSM 1420 Programming

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

Air Force spaceplane lands after 780-day mission

"The air force's X. thirty seven B. returned to earth on Sunday after seven hundred and eighty days in orbit a new record for this small space plane that looks like the old space shuttle the airforce never discloses what the reusable aircraft does and its missions other than saying it test new systems and carries out

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Secret X-37B spaceplane lands after 780 days in orbit

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 8 months ago

Secret X-37B spaceplane lands after 780 days in orbit

"Well as secret US military aircraft has landed back on our air forces X. thirty seven B. return to earth on Sunday after seven hundred and eighty days in orbit a new record for this small space plane that looks like the old space shuttle the airforce never discloses what the reusable aircraft does and its missions other than saying it test new systems and carried out experiments the record breaking mission was the fifth for the X. thirty seven B. since it first flew into space in two thousand and

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Air Force spaceplane lands after 780-day mission

News, Traffic and Weather

00:25 sec | 8 months ago

Air Force spaceplane lands after 780-day mission

"Wrong a secret U. S. military aircraft has landed back on earth the air force's X. thirty seven B. returned to earth on Sunday after seven hundred and eighty days in orbit a new record for this small space plane it looks like the old space shuttle the airforce never discloses what the reusable aircraft does and its missions other than saying it test new systems and carries out experiments the record breaking mission was the fifth for the X. thirty seven B. since it first flew into space in two

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"eighty days" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"eighty days" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"They have other locations. So it's under the same ownership under the same view of you are so right? You are. So right. Up two hundred and eighty days to perfect the title with with blender and if they're not able to do so then the other will be asked to buy the vehicle back. Finest was. I suggest he's still listening that he contract vendor. And let them know look, I'm gonna make sure I'm making my payments. But number two the dealer does not have access to the title. They're not going to affect it. Hey, where did you get that six months time period? From because the law says a reasonable time talking I work in the industry. So that's typically what a dealer agreement with a lender. Oh, okay with their land. Okay. So the lender will put a lot of pressure on them. Because because they don't have good collateral, right? That's why they're going to step in. That's good information. What kind of industry are you in? I worked at indirect lending. Okay. Cool. Very cool. One asset guy south. Yeah. Go ahead, Eric. Yeah. Hey, Eric how much do people? How much does say the average dealer making a loan with the credit union? Make off that deal. Let's say a thirty thousand dollar car, and it's a six point seven percent interest rate. Are they making a grand that dealer on the financing side? No, not if it's your credit union, cutting instant pay. With the flat of how much was usually one percent. Sometimes two percent, south three four hundred bucks. They could be making right? Right now, if it's if it's a negotiated rate through finance. Finance company or a Bank. Then the switch called Euler reserved. They could make spending on the term. To do points in reserve. A bit more. From state to state. So there's a lot of money in the financing side at the end of the year for these deal. And when you when you say in reserve, you mean, providing it goes, it it lasts a certain amount of time. For example, if.

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"eighty days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"eighty days" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The money hundred eighty days to claim the money. What can they do? What will they do? One thing's for sure they don't have to do anything in the state. They wanted at when earth of jackpots don't have to come forward. And there are no restrictions on that it can be you know, they can win ten thousand still remained quiet. Are they don't have to have a press conference. They don't have to put their picture in the paper. They don't have to release their name. My thought is I vacillate back. I'm like, oh, yeah. We're totally be anonymous. And there's other part of me. That's like, oh, you guys told me I was gonna lottery Sally. Okay. How do you keep it completely quiet because as a human being our nature is to talk, and let's be real a good majority of people who win the lottery, I'm going to say this probably. Aren't good at keeping secrets? What are you trying to say? Just throwing it out there. The other thing is, and I think this is vitally important is is if you win it as a group. So right. So, you know, you work at you know, widget, and the HR off is all got together at widget widget, and there's ten of them, and they one they're going to tell their, husbands and wives have boyfriends and girlfriends, daughters or sons are aunts. Their uncles and mothers, our fathers at some point in time. Their mothers, our fathers are answer uncles boyfriends girlfriends, or husbands or wives are going to tell somebody, and then it's going to get because human beings inherently can't keep a secret. We don't know how we're not good at it. We want to shout it from the rooftops. One five hundred million dollars. The other thing is is one hundred eighty days. To get it out there. Right. So you got one hundred ninety days to go in. And I myself I wanted off my chest as fast as possible. Now, I let's just say for the sake of argument. We'll we'll play here the the funds that I I want I have enough friends in the financial world that I trust that I could go immediately to four or five of them because I would never give all of them one of them all of the money. So you would want to spread it out. You don't want to like hand somebody five hundred fifty million dollars after taxes be between five fifty and six hundred million after taxes. You don't wanna give somebody all of that? Right. So I would have enough people to go to. But most people don't have that. Right. You're just you're a small business owner, you're a student. You're you know, you just you, you know, your husband wife, and you guys just going about your business. You have a four one K, and you don't talk to anybody at Edward Jones, or whatever they just happen to handle yourself. You don't know what to do? I could see that. But to me the responsibility of getting it off my plate. Into the place. It was supposed to be and it's not even about because you know, what that place has being completely staked out the watery center there. So I think what you want. I would actually walk into the liquor store and say can you cash this? No, you go into you go in there. And as you walk in and say now, I want to scratch, or it's a thousand bucks. And then you walk in there. Like, look, I win the whole thing. So how do we do this? Because I want it off my plate. Please somebody take it off my plate because the thought process and producer Phil said, yeah. No. My luck at my house would burn down. That would be like the oh my God. Where did it go or? Oh my God. I can't believe this happened. Oh that that's the last thing you want or the dog ate it or whatever. Three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three at Chadbensonshow is your Twitter. You can tweet at us. We are a week away one week away from Halloween, aka cultural appreciation, aka racist trick or treating. Megan kelly. The the used to be greatest person on FOX. But now as gone over and is not quite sure what she's doing on over there at the old NBC. And I'm thinking, they're not thrilled. By the fact that a lot of money, and they're not quite getting the return on the investment. I think they thought they were gonna get she is making news in a different way because she came out and talking about Halloween and politically correct weird world that we live in. And of course, in this day and age, you should know better during a segment this.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"When you're on with Dave One eighty days I, can get a, copy of your book there because. Right now our local, library don't have, it, and, so hopefully I can? Get, one I, turn, sixty smarts and I'm, a. Widow my wife she passed away a couple of years ago Small cell carcinoma cancer And I've made a lot of mistakes in my life and financially on that what you say very well, said And I'm really scared right now I do have an opportunity if I want, to take an early retirement but social security at sixty two and on my health. Is still good right now and I've been thinking. About that down the road. I do have a small Pension. Plan from an old job I can take advantage of but it doesn't really have a whole lot in. It to be honest with you and, if I take it, out. Early. It a be less sir. Jimmy let. Me ask you this my friend you mentioned being being scared Just. Me. Okay all right and we. Have a. Son and I we just Well I'm a. Grandfather my wife was able. To. Spend about. Eighteen months with our grandson, reports you, passed away Anyway I just worried about myself right now. I don't know What I should do I work in fast, food so I don't have a. Great job and I've been there's things I'd like to do I just don't have the. Opportunity, to. Do, the things that I really wanted to. Do yes sir But there may be a point I may, need to take that money out from? That old job pension I don't know what I should do leave it or try to get by with what I'm. Doing now okay well. Jim I would say this my friend and hearing you talk and can you die, in, on this? But I you've? Had a whole lot of change in your life being married a long? Time and losing your wife that's that's hard blow and right, now you're, reprioritizing things and looking at it and try to figure out hey what's what what's my process what are. The ingredients I'm working with and what am I building toward and I want you to grab up the that Pinson statement the four one ks all the stuff you have and, I want you to go get connected with a Smartvestor pro somebody that can look at what you're investing in and. Understand how to tweak and, what would happen if you were to, touch that pension, and run through the numbers right. Now your mind is focusing on all the things that maybe you didn't do and looking. At, regrets I? Want you to fast forward and look at what? Are things you can do what are things that you can, do and anytime that stuff those negative feelings start to pop in your head I want you to replace it with. With with actions and thoughts of just giving it the college try taking one step forward one day at a time Jim and I'm gonna send you a copy of my book, Kelly will get your address and we'll make sure you get a copy of that my friend And I, know, you can do this. It's a matter of taking it. One step at a time and getting. Some people around you you.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Are six eighty days gary radnich show with larry krueger gerry's wedding to go right now giants plan afternoon game show of course we are at the ballpark derek rodriguez is gonna join us at ten thirty boy he's d rod in the house okay the bat we can't even say a good morning without you into your buddy buddy he is a second generation big leaguer right and i was just looking it up last night who secondgeneration big leaguers who had some connection to the giants i'm sure there's more than this but this is what i came up with care rob and his dad dick nen yes lance niekro played for the giants joe niekro was his his his dad chris spires kid was just inspire of course former giants shortstop philippi and moyes is a lou steve and cam drove buddy and david bell people don't remember this one but clay bellinger was a giant farmhand his son is cody bellinger bobby and barry bonds jose cruz senior and junior max in will venable and mark lighter and mark lighter junior that's that's what i got very good research that's eleven i i don't i'm sure there are more you know we're just talking about guys who they didn't have both have to play for the giants just you know second generation ballplayers who played for the giants all right well that if you could top my list of eleven feel free eight away cambier well and you're gonna call him gearoid is that is that the plan when he sits down now no all right derek look him in the eye and then after about three minutes and you'll become more comfortable how long will take before you say cut that hair you you'll see how he's going if the interview is dying a for hair see mike my kid who plays high school baseball gear yeah he told me the other day he's like dad i want to grow my hair long in the back and he goes i gotta have some flow derek rodriguez has flow well that's that's what he's got he's got the flow going and he's been good he's been he's been i would say he has been one of the real pleasant surprises of the first half just how legit he is you know there's midnineties he's got a nice breaking ball it's not afraid pretty good athlete yes so we'll look forward to him at the bottom of the hour and like i said he's got a spot in the rotation i will like i said you wanna wear your hair you have like we always joke about you wanna wear a nose ring you wanna do whatever you wanna do just be good you know just just what if you want like a bone in the nose look if you're good i mean you know if you're if you're lebron if you're durant you can wear the bone and people will say man that looks good seriously you're trendsetter lebron wars shorts looked a little crazy but it's lebron acdc at aires it's funny about those two guys yeah i was laughing list you listen to pauline brian at all about the kid morning show with brian murphy and bomb mcgaugh yeah i was listening to drive in normally do i listened to the camby our morning show i normally do too but then when i get my car of course my i don't have to turn anything because i've been listening to fron and so you know what i'm already prediabetes into cambier and of course i was driving around yesterday afternoon listening to john and tom yeah so i'm locked in home i get a little fitz and brooks i do feel alone because i'll be honest guy here on my drive home oh my god all right my point being that guy you're so full of crap but durant got into it with some college kid and i heard that and and again listen that's his business but i just i don't understand it let off the kid wrote the.

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"eighty days" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast - Inspired Tech Startup Stories

"Every hundred and eighty days if five year plan news it's actually just an artifact that no one should follow because the market's moving faster than the planet so what we see and where we're trying to create when you category is creating a an ability organization bitter rate on those strategic priorities as fact were faster than the marketplace in which they operate now what's hard about that traditionally is done by a few people at the top in a sequence of meetings and powerpoint decks and it usually takes months to define the line on the plan it's four months six months is not unusual now if it takes you six months to create the plan and it takes everybody a year or more understand the plan you're not really an agile organization and of course operating without a plan doesn't make any sense either and so we see this opportunity to to really enable organization iterating on the strategic plan faster activate them very very quickly because who cares if you have a plan if nobody's following it right and to do that in a way that allows you to learn incrementally each quarter because the plans get smarter and the execution gets better and better and better over time so in you opinion we'll all those speaking strategy failure points for startups is all around the plan or is that other areas to three failure points in their they're slightly different for startups and for large enterprise but relatively similar similar so for startups there is inevitably a point where and usually around eighty people where you move past the point where autonomous is how everybody understands what you're trying to accomplish early days of startups of very very mission driven everybody's on the same page and it's and with a lot of intensity right a lot of bigger and as a coordinate is bigger and you get eight people hundred people several hundred people you are in different locations there many more layer years of management the strategic direction needs to trickle down through more managers a lot of times of managers are first time promoted to manager and they have have no clue on how to organize for results and they know how to do the.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"One of trump's problems with the deal was that it allowed iran to resume its nuclear weapons program after ten years why would you allow them to resume it right away and have a nuclear weapon in one year instead of ten years because that's what he in effect is doing today if he blows up the deal lamar i wanna ask you we're hearing all sorts of reporting today and you know it's one of those days where we're not quite sure what land on but we are hearing reporting that the president has spoken members of congress about what he's about to say and we were watching the pictures if you've just joined us waiting for the president there's a camera focused on a podium in the white house waiting for the president to come out and announces decision on the us involvement in iran nuclear deal but mara liasson we're hearing that he already called members of congress said that he would be pulling out but he would be waiting for at least six months before instituting reinstituting sanctions we understand that by the language of the deal you couldn't kick anything in until one hundred eighty days anyway okay maybe rob is the person to ask because i thought the sanctions snapped back automatic some of them could snap back automatically right away others will take longer to to to to put in place and i think i think what we might hear we'll see is this decision that some of them will take will be imposed later and we're going to give time to europe to to try to fix the deal but you know at this point and i've spoken to the iranians already they feel like for months now the us has been in breach of this deal by discouraging business by making sure that there's uncertainty as to the future of the deal so the economic benefits that iran was expecting they haven't been getting so if it says today he is no longer waving sanctions but it's going to give more time i'm not sure that's going to make a difference in the mind of the iranians they're going to read this as the us is walking away from.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Adding in the homeless don't say that you need one hundred and eighty days i'm the why would you take if you take it looks bad on your civil service look speculation it looks better eighty days to go investigate it looks bad i'm not disputing okay all right well i mean then let me ask you this do you think that would help you and others if somebody in management sort of put a face to this and owned it and said this was really dumb and over the top and we can see why your little skeptical that it's now may they were embarrassed well i would say there's plenty of examples some of them are public record videos et cetera training videos where this administration has put out to rank and file that it is a nationally known phenomenon that police officers are three hundred percent more likely than the average population to have a problem with alcohol and we have lots of opportunities to help you if you reach out do it before you get in trouble that's the message that administration has sent but now to the taxpayers what should be said to the tax payers anything well i think when you disciplined somebody by taking away their rank and taking away giving them suspension so that it costs them a lot of money you're pretty much saying and you do that for conduct unbecoming it's you're saying you are hurting the reputation of the department come nobody thought about this on the way to ten drinks and cut somebody off.

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"eighty days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"So so obviously for eighty days until the the whole matter was and then i left why not use the word arrested though if you were held against your will well look if this arrest or the socalled that just culminated in an accusation or in in incrimination then yes could should be used but when you are when you are vindicated and left and get free and right now we are in communication with the authorities in the government can that's my picture with the king you know after i left i'm going through communication with man and as people so the the word arrest is fair to us for those who did commit a crime admit their guilt exactly and reach settlements with the government but in my case it's it's it's very much different frankly speaking that was in the reuters meeting meeting happened somewhere between eleven o'clock pm on the night before i left i left eleven o'clock in the morning so there was twelve hour we got the i believe that me being that detention was misunderstanding because i don't belong with their frankly speaking and i told them i don't belong there because i'm the only one who has not member of the government although i remember always homily but number the government or among all those prince so thanks god i was because i didn't have any chance to be corrupted and things i'm anticorruption person completely or an se misunderstanding because i believe i should not be there however right now after i left i would say that i've been vindicated yet i've dot com for the first time is that yes we do have with the government confirmed understanding going forward what does that mean this convention i can get into that but it is a confirmed understanding with me in the government of saudi arabia between the kingdom of saudi arabia me personally this understanding arrangement that you have with the government was your exit from the ritz carlton contingent on your agreeing to not necessarily the petition of with no not necessarily is it okay there was a data routinely and the government this discussion between me and i had authorities without naming names but this is the culmination of all this discussion that we had undertook keno along on eighty three days to really keep discussing and you know and that was.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"The gavel declaring the session all over in the eighty days of the session the legislature passed what could be the state's largest ever income tax cut for individuals and businesses critics say the legislature though failed by not even bringing up a repeal of the grocery tax not passing a cd oil bill and not allowing a bill to expand medicaid to have a floor vote in the senate and alliance of rural dwellers in ada and canyon counties in the cities of star dr in middleton could be forming to oppose plans by star to expand into areas currently in unincorporated parts of both counties a crowd of about three hundred people turned out to a public hearing in downtown star tuesday night to hear about the city's comprehensive plan expansion john who was at the meeting says people in both counties in both cities are opposed to the idea of developing nearly five thousand acres which are now largely rural a number of us went over to help support star we've kind of talked about it back and forth a little bit helping each other and short of showing up bodies in support of one another there hasn't been any formal alliance made of any kind that i'm aware of the next public hearing is april nineteenth stars floating the idea of developing the acreage into low and medium density housing with supporting businesses john says residents are worried about taxes traffic water and infrastructure as well as losing their rural lifestyle jay how all six seventy k b o y look at real time numbers this morning on six seventy k b o y the dow right now looks like it's up sixty four i'm rick worthington six seventy you why news time six oh six time for right now traffic brought to you by core group morning commute so far is.

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"eighty days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now 100 and she runs every day it's really cute they spent about five minutes on each person so they don't do a deep dive all the dick van dyke pray gets maybe 2015 total minutes including a really fun musical number that he does at the end and jerry seinfeld is featured throughout this as well uh in fact the the documentary is dedicated to in loving memory of jerry's mother carl reiner said was just one of the most vibrant women late in life that he had ever known i'll not this is so keen it well it's it's really it's cute and it's just the fun easy watch now i wish there would have been more betty white could she's just so compelling anytime she's in front of a camera yes let seeing as much of seinfeld as you do in that is unexpected and his fund so again if you're not in the oba eat breakfast if you have hbo have it on demand exelon now this is great 'cause i'm getting ready my hvo o they're letting me keep it for three extra month for free of young fell 'cause they're trying to get me hooked again are they in automatically starts in youth the end of a three months now that you don't cancel it now the f cancelled but she's leading mean just keep it for three more known only have to look at nine pill the edges said a reminder now and may say in eighty days of iranian eighty days all right in my paper calendar thank you are you can do it for me price these petty benin i'm trying to give this reminder set for you here in america has reminded me multiple no remind me in eighty days to remind donna to cancel her hbo okay i remind you that's it have you our satisfaction is all too thanks i need a guy he's steve harvey cheetah hard helpful radio euro by talk want us up in one uh and speaking of being helpful you've got some tips especially that are going to be useful in this weather boy if you feel like you're slipping and falling a lot in icy conditions which i feel like i do know what if i'm doing it not an icy conditions hat means it's.

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"eighty days" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Jon heyman 21 minutes past the hour it started eighty days ago and it it return right to the studio from which they laugh larry and his son zachary thought around the world in eighty days we've been following the individual check ends now were not doing a macro look at the entire experience and layers been giving us the top ten things that they learned while going around the world and we are now found if i'm not mistaken we're number seven is that right yeah that's right number another number seven number seven i hang on let me get my momma music feedback up that is like an aircraft switchboard it is as large wanted a lot going on over here i said what what is the seventh thing you learned get rabies shots edward iii the throwing world is owned by dogs from your own so there ever easy to their everywhere they are zachary not laughed about this that they were is absolutely everywhere in africa you know what i was in nigeria which is by the way like crazy dangerous know at here i would sell thinking of that toto saw wild dogs crowd in the not you as it just they just wild dogs everywhere yeah because i don't think into third world country and you look at the budget that neutering and spade is going to be not real high in the budget it's not their dinner obey it's all geun spite no charge to get right be shots top10 things you learn traveling around the world number six religion matters the region's matter what what we can unpack that can't we really does matter the spiritual foundations of your country it really does because you the ideas that that you adopt as a society determined the the trajectory of of that society and if you believe for instance we end up at all it zachary tell the story about driving along in india and the you know the the hindu women walking walking out yes so in india i think is eighty four percent of.

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"eighty days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Eighty days do not resolve smc that is our telephone number i was on a flight last night so i was not able to watch the vikings and the bears yet by says bears was not able to watch that game the odds following on the twitter machine and house idea montazeri braff whose play and then you tell me cerebral forgot hurt but janet is ever ever get hurt which samper are for always heart yes i realise ever ever was always heard feels like i was trying to throw shea eddie mean that i made that he was still hurt for anything he had happened to them earlier in the season and efforts first game he played is yet thought he was paul it he looked like it was good i seen of says and then apparently for what people saw before watching the game he didn't really have any business being out here the vikings said he is day to day but i feel i he daytoday all the time she added their trainer says that the injury is where in tayer from doing what now he's made so many games throughout his career not minimizing the physicality of football but but i wasn't it he missed a lot of games he hasn't been playing it sweet five he has a playboy white gay what's what's the awarding torn from what is he warned jordan rub now they say that j bridge what is going to be ready to practice soon i have no i i mean none of us i think you have any idea what to expect from teddy windy is that he comes back there were people who feared the tape redrado would not be able to play again after the injury he suffered in training camp last season it does however give us the time to be reminded of i mean i understand why the vikings did it right like they thought they had a chance to make some big moves last season and they needed a quarterback and so they traded two first round picks in order.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Of one hundred eighty days after which time the department of homeland security and the justice department in the office of of the director of national intelligence or test was suggesting adjustments if necessary and then no one can be issue and of course the judicial interference has begun trying to stop it and still claiming he's trying to be racist instead of congress judges while they're upset up us what are your thoughts i hope he keeps him people in the hell out of this country and has extreme vetting and a better loved the constitution and the american people get something in writing from them when they come in and keep track of their visas when he entered the country and the united states coach after rate a section levin eighty two f a allows the president to issue executive orders if he finds that the entry of any aliens for any class of a united states will be detrimental to the interests the united states yet the judges will somehow get away with trying to block it exists toward impeach and judges congress needs to call these people back and impeach him the law is very clear when it comes to immigration and people coming to this country these people behr idealogue leftists that right pointed by leftist people like president obama and bill clinton and the democratic party diane thought well even though back during the time of carter who is a very serious i try to think of the right words are carefully point my words out your he had restrictions on people coming into our country all the presidents have it's just in recent times that they think oh you know like why do we need to protect our country you know let everyone just snow while it all just let them all in i mean please so that's the thing trump is trying to protect our our country and the global lessen our country are fighting against him when he's trying to protect our country and do the right thing and we need travel restrictions and we need allies and the country needs to obey our allies the state's shouldn't be doing things that are in line with our chechen so i just hope to sell gets worked out and i have a feeling it's not going to be any time soon all right one.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And mike man no way the course lose on paid manning statue day right you know if you're eighty day to you wanna liu it is going to be out for me belo statue luca call your stadium saturday are retired jersey old sunday allowed to you know to preview cream coulter going to be in town and alaska want to lose to an old quarter leave no chris paul you are no been competitive through all eight point total no three games where you want to be a team known as the tumor did our gave his first victory and of course messed around in law still unpaid many staturday have you seen the statue a lotta time those things leave a little bit to be desired have you seen what it looks like yet i picture gobert air it's pretty good i mean what was the esrb player would aldo when he did it for now man lately completely you know look like can't get you actually look like a nice calm attempt on the border and so people will do when all of ceuta park if you would have paid manning statue yeah no doubt he look like i don't know like a lineman for nebraska or something nada now cristiano ridden wholesale anyway let's go in and well deserved for peyton manning obviously a terrific career in and brought the colts a super bowl title in super bowl forty one against a slippery and rex grossman in the chicago bears let's talk about the courage signalcaller for the colt andrew luck returned to practice this week i saw the tweet that you put out that it said that the quote from luck was i wish i would wake up tomorrow morning and feel incredible and this whole thing was a dream i mean andrew luck is revered here in the bay area of obviously spent his is college career at stanford you know he's he's been a terrific quarterback in the league in ambassador for the game and this has been tough what's.

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"eighty days" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Your third dui before any real a significant penalty and be number one cash revenue for the state anyway so almost die roddick innovating they way to stay there one way but create conditions which who back the opposition to add to it get evan got one hundred eighty days her for dead person years after ski and now initiate been at we'd and not get again an affluent the defence so it really evade did a range of law in effect now absolutely you know what i always think it's funny about drawing people because obviously you get really dum when you drink because the cops we'll put the dwi check points in the newspaper like to let you know the day before that there's going to be dwi checkpoint israeli yeah and i always think that's hysterical why are you advertising that if you're trying to catch people what sense is that make but you're so dopey and drunk hilliard's faster jail stupid air right well that's a lot of them great absolutely hey can you imagine if you were a crime mirror the amish by fame cable perry county here gene boy get that out when you and the lawyer had been nerve you won't have a video game rehab facility in a car hey what your favorite and you know you don't crashing car when you're at a video game thursday to rich to after when to understand the concrete way then taking away driving game that cod likely object in a in conflict here you'd took a lot of money to let it gate amazing you know instead of putting them in jail apparently they put them in time out you killed four people who sit in the corner for four minutes your mindboggling brian guys pay a what happened in uh when they took away the criminal element of prohibition didn't but violent gang get out component kennedy a one that they switch into politics run elements indiana hughes he was in his forties no i mean pixie on what we let about golf thinks all look it up bye man we got rubber thanks so much for the call really always appreciate your phone call that is arm and bob in boston thank you so much six one seven two three.

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"eighty days" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"The restaurant at the marina prepare the catch of the day for the family local hotel owner julian mcqueen as a jetsetting across the world he they need to stay in eighty different hotels and eighty days today he his wife a logistics expert took off his honda jet earlier this afternoon their first office the greensboro north carolina it's about the street we both fell from around the world and we never thought we would ever have the updated you in this style so it's it's she's living that green really is the is the core of it when the trip is over in october he will have visited twenty four countries on five continents sponsored by state freddie cool but definitely a good day for him to be flying it was gorgeous out there yeah perfect weather to fly out of the area definitely christina inaba that's going to be quite a journey hopefully we can follow that for you or a new tonight we have a tropical storm the six one of the season and this is franklin over the caribbean sea so you can see the blow up of thunderstorms there also something a little bit farther out we'll talk more about that in the full report and where it said it but tropical storm franklin with winds of forty miles per hour is going to roll right on into the yucatan and it is expected to become a strong tropical storm not a hurricane but close to it and you can see it is going to end up over the southern gulf of mexico or they have competed in that area so this is an impact mexico not for us but that is the six named storm of the season and it did form today tonight you could see we're all drylooking pretty good around the area as we look ahead we've got some pretty nice weather over the next couple of days mix of sun and clouds of course a chance for a pop up shower those rain chances in the full report general motors is now recalling almost seven hundred thousand vehicles for a steering seo two thousand fourteen chevy silverado and gmc sierra trucks are potentially a fact that apparently they could have a glitch that can cause vehicles despond teini asli lose power steering for about a second but when it suddenly returns at drivers can lose.

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"eighty days" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"eighty days" Discussed on KOIL

"Mark toner cartridges and they refill them selects mark sued claiming in infrigement on his patten but the supreme court disagreed justice john roberts writing from the majority says that when you buy something is yours and yours alone you own it you have a right to take her with a you have the right to resell it now this is going to get more complicated because as we move into digital goods and subscription base streaming lake kim's club then you have apps lake spotify where we are choosing to rent not by our music and so the electron at frontier foundation they said the next logical step is going to be from corks to recognize when people by digital goods they actually own those goods and they don't really just have licences so could you imagine that you buy song by movie and then you could resell oh it i tell you that would really be what we call the tech industry a major disruptor now meanwhile the supreme court is going to have to deal with another tech issue let me give you the backstory i if the authorities in florida demand the past code for your iphone giving them the incorrect one will net you a hundred and eighty days in jail but let's say you just say i forget about the past go to my iphone well that's apparently again at a jail free card here's what happen christopher wheeler is this 'spect it of abusing his daughter and detectives believed that is phone contains images of her injuries now wheeler was sentenced to one hundred eighty days in jail despite swearing that here too gave the pasko to his iphone to the cops but the passcode daytoday work now meanwhile another florida judge accepted this guy's excuse that he couldn't remember his passcode ten months after his arrest and there's no way that the court could prove whether or not he dipped remember or it so all we have all these courts around the country last year another judge in florida ruled the being forced to give up your past code violates of suspects fifth amendment rights against selfincrimination the appeals court rejected that argument so now this is all making its way up to the supreme court.

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