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Supreme Court doesn't block Texas abortion law, sets hearing
"The Supreme Court is not immediately blocking the Texas law that bans most abortions but says it will hear arguments in the case soon the High Court says it'll decide whether the federal government can sue over the law but the answer to that will help determine whether the law should be blocked as legal challenges play out the justices will hear arguments November first moving at an unusually fast pace the action for now leaves in place a law that critics say has led to an eighty percent drop in abortions in Texas the Biden ministrations says if the law stays in place no Supreme Court decision will be safe Sager made Ghani Washington
Bay Area Health Officials Prepare to Lift Indoor Mask Requirements - Yahoo! Voices
"San Francisco Bay Area health officials are laying out a list of conditions they say must be met before they can end the region wide requirement for face masks in indoor public places public health officials in the bay area say they'll ease indoor masking requirements for certain indoor public settings including offices gyms college classrooms and churches once counties reaching local bit nineteen case rates continuously low hospitalization rates and eighty percent of the total population is fully vaccinated because that rate includes children officials say it could be a while before people can start taking their masks off San Francisco mayor London breed says her city will be lifting some indoor mask requirements on October fifteenth bay area counties have among the highest vaccination rates in cases have been declining I'm
Texas Congressman Kevin Brady Fights For The Unborn
"Congressman. Brady welcome to the mike gallagher. Show how you doing. Hey go get individually with you sam. How are you doing. And you're right there is Thank you for your leadership on so many conservative issues including especially pro-life you're just all over our region every day and i'm grateful and congressman brady has what's called the eighth congressional district which is just north of houston the At pretty much the most conservative republican district in america it's like eighty percent of it is it isn't it isn't it. Great to be in the pro-life state where we have the heartbeat law. Here pre born congressman. Yes so much. So and i'll tell you we are It has it has caused you know just to uprising Here in congress among nancy pelosi and and democrats in fact today this morning They rushed to the house floor a bill that basically provides abortion on demand through birth As the law land in america it will Eight imposes on demand. Boertien removes nearly all the pro-life protections for the unborn and abolishes state laws on pro-life issues including texas and others and then As any including those the prevent late term abortions. Which look i i don't understand How you know in months seventh eighth and ninth win. The baby is born alive from botched abortion. That they're they are. That is not considered a life and This bill i think goes to the worst of all of that. We know in texas The heartbeat bills already saved over two thousand lives of babies and many of them are babies of color Which is i think. Important for us to be protecting those who don't have a voice in and you've made that tastes beautifully for so many years.
Texas inmate study on virus spread among vaccinated
"Federal health officials are resuming their push for people to wear face masks releasing a study on an outbreak of covert nineteen inside a prison even though most of the inmates had been vaccinated the study of a Texas prison cobit outbreak in July and August is being offered as evidence the corona virus can easily spread even in groups where most people are vaccinated the centers for disease control reported one hundred seventy two inmates contracted the virus even though eighty percent had gotten the shots for the unvaccinated severe illness was more common the findings are similar to an outbreak in Provincetown Massachusetts where several hundred people got sick even though seventy five percent of them had been vaccinated health officials think it's because the delta variant is more contagious and it's possible vaccine effectiveness is starting to diminish I'm Jackie Quinn
Highly Vaccinated Israel Is Seeing a Dramatic Surge in New COVID Cases
"We get the flu shot but people still get the flu. Got the kovic vaccination. People are going to still get good all these people who are getting these breakthrough infections. Chris rock the famous comedian. He's got kovin. He was fully vaccinated. Laura lunar who is the firebrand conservative big activist political candidate. She evidently was saying she hoped she got cove it because she wanted to. Kinda show that. It wasn't as bad as the flu and she kind of made some. She's very very staunchly. Provocative on the issue governed. Now she is asking for people to pray for her as she is evidently been very very sick with covert. So i mean. Here's the headline out of newsweek. Israel's grim cova data cova case data from israel's suggests that vaccine vaccination alone is not enough to completely halt. The pandemic experts have told newsweek. Scientists around the world have been closely watching israel to see how vaccinations could affect the pandemic. Because after all that's what we were told vaccines would solve this. Israel launched a rapid vaccination campaign in december twenty twenty there now at almost eighty percent or over yet. Israel currently has one of the worst rates of biweekly cova cases per million in the world was tell you
Israel, 80% Vaccinated, Suffers Another Covid-19 Surge
"We have a crisis. Cova i went to disneyworld over the weekend and watch thousands of smiling. Happy people no more masks mandate at disney in outs- outdoor areas of the park. You gotta wear a mask if you go inside. I mean people are struggling with how we gonna move forward knowing what we know. Israel eighty percent vaccine vaccinate. I had a conversation this morning before my day started in the hallways here at the radio station in tampa bay and one of the people. I was talking to broke out in laughter. We don't mean to laugh at this. There's nothing funny about it. But when you hear about israel something powerful emerges israel has an eighty percent vaccination rate over eighty percent of the population of israel is vaccinated. And yet they are struggling mightily. Here's from newsweek. Coverted case data from israel suggests that vaccination alone is not enough to completely halt. The pandemic experts have told newsweek scientists around the world have been closely monitoring israel. Israel currently has one of the worst. I mean again. i don't mean to laugh either. But if israel's eighty percent vaccinated and they have one of the worst rates of kobe cases per million people in the world. Evidently the vaccines aren't doing what the vaccines are supposed to do. I'm going to go out on a limb here and say the vaccines are not the magic bullet. We were promised
The New Normal: What Israel's New COVID Surge Means for the Rest of Us
"We've got to get back to some semblance of normal i know people don't like to hear the phrase new normal but it is a new kind of a normal. We're we're confronted with data like the data were hearing out of israel a country that is over eighty percent vaccinated and yet they are in a badge struggle with cove. And what does that leave you with. What other conclusion to you come to. If you know that country like israel has had great success with axa vaccines and yet you hear out of israel. Hospitals are struggling to keep up. I beds or maxed out infections. Deaths rising in israel and over eighty percent are vaccinated if we had an eighty percent. Vaccinations success rate in america. Oh my gosh. The beast would be so happy. The machine would be all look at what we did. Look at us. look at us. Look at us if we would. I mean if you judge if you basis based on what israel is doing. We'd still be in big big trouble. Well we're not in big trouble. We got a virus that we're going to have to learn to live with.
China's Evergrande Collapse Would Have 'Profound Consequences'
"Possibility of china property company ever grand is leading to concerns in markets. This morning as we saw shares of ever grant are off more than eleven percent today at the stock has fallen more than eighty percent this year as it struggles to meet debt payments. The company has more than three hundred million dollars in debt and has warned about default. It has a eighty three million dollar payments due on thursday for a march. Twenty twenty two bond according to reuters and this is leading to concerns of a domino effect as this would have an effect on other china and hong kong property developers and a systemic effect on the rest of the economy. That's according to jenny. Zang co head of asia fixed income at alleanza bernstein quote in the offshore dollar market. There is a considerable large portion of developers who are implied to be highly distressed. Zang said on cnbc. These developers quote can't survive much longer. If the refinancing cheinal continues to be shut but she played down the possibility of ever grant being akin to the collapse of lehman brothers noting that the fragmentation of the china property market is much less involved than lemans
Biden Wants Us All to Pay Our Fair Share... But What the Heck Is It?!
"Say you have a small business and you you make your successfully five six seven hundred thousand dollars a year and you're paying forty forty five percent in taxes biden says. That's not your fair share. I know this will disappoint angeline. But i make a pretty good living to i. Don't make sean hannity money. I don't make howard stern money. But i also don't make money a like a waiter waiting tables. I looked at my tax returns last night. I was curious. The last full year that i lived in new york as a fulltime new york resident city state federal taxes forty eight point five percent. I gave almost half of my income back to the government. Is that not my fair share. Since i moved to florida. It's better last year. And i remember last year. I was in florida almost the whole year. Because of the pandemic almost forty percent taxes came to thirty eight percent. Is that my fair share. How much is my fair share. How much is the fair share of a somebody who owns a farm and makes four five six eight hundred thousand dollars a year. Somebody who owns a restaurant. Somebody has an insurance agency. Somebody has a small business. Somebody who's a lawyer doctor. A pilot into whatever you do for a living. What is the fair. Share biden keeps repeating it like rainman waiting for judge. Wapner at five o'clock. Pay your fair share. Pay your fair share. But i guarantee you somebody knows what the fair share is. What is it should. I give back. Eighty percent of my income to the government. Ninety seventy five. Because frankly i think almost half of my income shows pretty fair to me.
Is the COVID Vaccine Helping or Hurting the Virus?
"Why should we agree to a vaccine mandate at all. Well we shouldn't. And i mean we need to have a real conversation of whether or not vaccine is actually contributing to the spread of the virus and just look at the data the more vaccinated. We become more all of a sudden people. Become infected is the vaccine slowing the spread or is it earning the spread. That's a legitimate question. Let's stop it because people are gonna go crazy. Media matters pay attention little. What's his name boo typing. If you talk to real virologists not politicians tell you. Every virus has a life cycle. It's like a bell curve and they need to burn out and what your saying could in fact be the scenario that these experimental vaccines are delaying the viruses capacity to burn out in the population. That's what you're talking about correct. That's right yeah. Just as a objective analysis which country is doing better sweden or israel which one has embarked on a mass inoculation strategy. Israel did as much of vaccines and in seventy eighty percent of the population. They did a booster shots. They did lockdowns mass. Everything and their case per population is much higher than that of sweden. Back open for business. That's right yeah. And of course had the most mature response to the virus back in last year. They did a little bit of lockdowns last summer and a little bit last winter. I wish they wouldn't have lockdown off idea and they actually don't help at all epidemiologically but way way more mature response than israel. Much more prudent and so. Yeah that's the real question is are the vaccine helping or hurting. No one wants to say no one wants to talk about it. And the cdc has now changed. The definition of what a vaccine is no longer says that it will inoculate you against the potential transmission of you getting a virus. It will help you fight the virus. That's called the treatment
Climate Change Could Push 200 Million People to Move by 2050
"The mall bank one that reduced agricultural production water scarcity weisensee levels and other adverse effects of climate change could cause up to two sixteen million people to migrate within their own countries by twenty fifty. The washington-based development lender had released a report in two thousand eighteen covering climate changes effects on migration in south asia. Latin america and sub saharan africa and projected one forty. Three million people could move in those regions by twenty fifty throughout bank vice-president for sustainable development georgian vote gala. Says is important to note that this protection is not cast in stone. He says of countries start to reduce greenhouse gases closed development gaps restore vital ecosystems and how people adapt internal climate migration cook thirties by up to eighty percent to forty four million people by twenty fifty
Vietnam Speeds up Hanoi Vaccine Drive; 1M Jabs Over Weekend
"Vietnams is speeding up its vaccination program in an effort to loosen coronavirus looked down restrictions in major cities by the end of the month about eighty percent of handle is five point seven million adults who received at least one shot with authorities aiming for one hundred percent by the end of this week however the country's overrule vaccination rate still remains low that's about twenty eight percent a ninety four percent the mean fully vaccinated with both jobs hence the major drive all now with more than a million vaccine shots given over the weekend more than half of the country's ninety eight million population remain on the lockdown I'm Charles the last month
A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses
"Stacey. You've got a new book out this week. Yes i do. It is called machiavelli for women. I love this item. Thank you. It was very fun to right. It's all about women and work and a lot of it's sort of based on some of the economic data that's kind of frustrated me for a long time. That's right one of the big ones has to do with company leadership. So deary nearly. Eighty percent of ceos are male. Nearly ninety percent are white and these numbers haven't really budged in a decade and it could never understand quite what was going on especially since some of the other numbers in the economy were so promising and exciting. Things just seem stuck in this area. And as i was doing research for my book this article caught my eye. It was written by alana samuels. She is the senior economics correspondent for time magazine and apparently she had been noticing. These numbers as well. I was just feeling very frustrated and thinking. What can i do about this. And the only thing i can think of is to stop giving my money to all these businesses that are run by men and giving them. Instead to businesses run by women alana decided to buy only products from companies that will owned or run by
What Are the Newsom Recall Polls Saying?
"Hey everybody. Welcome to this episode of the charlie kirk show with us. Today's a friend of mine and he's rarely ever wrong. In fact we had him coming on our program leading up to the election and he got almost all of his predictions correctly. Richard harris from the people's pundit and also we had you on for the georgia thing and you're the one that early said. Hey we got a problem in georgia and you're right so we're going to talk about california polls and so all right richard. Let's cut through all of the nonsense. Yes the way. It works in california for all of our friends in maine and massachusetts and florida and south carolina. It's a two part question. Yes or no recall gavin newsom and if yes then who let's start with the yes or no. Do you think that the yeses are going outnumber the nose. Yes we pulled it a couple of weeks back and we had no ahead by a little bit charlie. But let me leave this with you. The caveat here is that. I thought my share of the you know is part of poland. I thought my share of the white vote was a little bit high california's usually forty five fifty percent tops and did see other pollsters. That had him in the sixties. If you look at who's voting right now. This is why democrats are nervous. The electorate is very white. And it's and it's much older so if if the electorate and we had them at fifth we whites at fifty five but we still had the age breakdown to be pretty young so that could a two point advantage could easily be swamped demographic difference like that the problem newsom has then i was just saying this before he needs white liberals and asian voters to come out and they are the least likely to want to vote. Weitz were over. Eighty percent certain to vote when we pull them And asia voters were in the fifty s. So it. I mean it really. It goes to show you got a close race can turn into a nailbiter either way
Taliban Announces Formation of New Afghan Government
"The taliban announced a new government in afghanistan. that's not likely to get a lot of support from western nations. It does not include any women or members from the last afghan government's leadership instead. This new interim government is stacked with taliban veterans who were in charge of the hardline government. Twenty years ago. Several of them are listed by the us and united nations as global terrorists. For example. the key post of interior minister was given to a man. Who's on the fbi's most wanted list. He led a network. That's blamed for many deadly attacks and kidnappings and he's believed is still holding at least one american hostage besides him. Other cabinet members used to be inmates at guantanamo detention camp and at least one of the leaders is said to have ties to the al qaeda terror group that was responsible for the attacks on nine eleven. The taliban says these appointments are temporary but they have not said how long the last who is going to take over next or if there might be elections for now. The taliban is also urging foreign diplomats embassies consulates and humanitarian organisations to come back to afghanistan all western nations left when. Us troops withdrew last month. The us and other countries also froze afghanistan's funding. That's desperately needed as much as eighty percent of the country's budget comes from the international community but global leaders in lenders say they're waiting to see how the taliban will treat the opposition women and minorities before they send money
Everything You Need to Know About Larry Elder
"Larry elder is with us in. Larry i love so much a the aspect of your personal story and i think californians relate to sharing stories about your your father about your brother about your life. Your love of california people appreciate a common sense approach to what has been a distorted twisted version of the american dream by gavin. Newsom and larry. I must say i'm really encourage. The governor newsome is attacking you the way it is because for a while though he is because for a while he ignored you on. Evidently he must think that You do have the momentum that many of us are praying that you have Mike you're being charitable. This man is scared to death. He just gave up to interviews one with the editorial board of the la times and one with the editor boards of a bunch of other newspapers slamming. The table cursing angry. He went on with went to full captain clear on the scene from the cain revoke i was on the witness stand and kind of broke down had a mental breakdown yet. He mentioning my name for the first time. Because i'm the one he's afraid of. And i'm the one who can talk to black and brown people. Because i'm from the hood you pointed out. My dad came in nineteen forty sevens. You bought a house at now is worth six hundred thousand dollars. Because of the outrageous cost of living in california. The average price of a home is now eight hundred thousand dollars. A one hundred percent more than the eric price at home in america largely because of these environmental extremists that have taken over sacramento and run the state in the last twenty or thirty years gavin. Newsom as afraid. I'm going to be able to explain this way. So then joe jones six back can connect the dots between the outrageous cost of a home in california and left wing policies and sacramento and the rising crime and letting policies in sacramento this attack on the police this false assertions the police are engaging in systemic races. I mean we'll talk about the importance of choice in public education. So the money. Follow the child and the other way around lack round. Parents want school choice. They both the democratic party year after year the year. who's number one contributor teacher's union and they're adamantly opposed school choice. I can break the stranglehold over the democratic party. They have on minorities. Eighty percent of the kids in california are black and brown who have or getting a sub-standard education and they're scared. I'm going to be able to make that case. In ways that the average california can understand
What Will the Texas Voting Law Do?
"For almost fifty years the supporters of abortion rights pro-choice forces have been playing defense to protect abortion rights from a massive mobilized effort to destroy them but in the valence of that battle has switched literally overnight. Spring court basically waved through this texas ban on abortion. And so now the mobilization needs to switch in practical terms on the ground texas republicans in the conservative justices on the supreme court of the majority of americans do not want them to do. I'm not even sure to be honest that a majority of texans would support this law. Do support this lot to be honest. I mean according to twenty twenty exit point out of texas nearly eighty percent of voters think abortion should be legal at lease available in some instances only fifteen percents absolutely no abortions which is pretty close to what this law does law bans abortions wants. Cardiac activity can be detected the embryo something usually happens around six weeks and that's eighteen weeks earlier than the legal standard set by roe v wade back in nineteen seventy three in that landmark seven. Two decision wasn't a five four decision that roadway decision it was seventy two easy enough to google and banning abortions after six weeks means essentially banning all abortions because many women do not find out they are pregnant in the first six weeks and in fact when you got this legal threat hanging over people. It's unclear that anyone's going to perform any kind of abortion. No matter how early believe you me right now in texas it is an almost certainly. There's a teenage girl. Somewhere in that state was pregnant by her abuser or by a family member or by someone who sexually assaulted her she might be fourteen or fifteen who cannot get an abortion that is a near certainty
Afghanistan: ‘Major’ Crisis Looming, UNHCR Warns
"A major major humanitarian crisis is looming in afghanistan. The u n refugee agency. The unhcr said on friday amid ongoing uncertainty about vulnerable afghan seeking shelter across the country's borders. The reality is. The displacement crisis is inside afghanistan with more than six hundred thousand afghans displaced this year eighty percent of which are women and children said. Unhcr spokesperson babur balaj speaking from pakistan in an appeal to the world not to turn away. It's attention or focus from afghans and afghanistan. He warned that it cannot be allowed to become a humanitarian catastrophe. If you look at the numbers eighty percent of women and children and we know is a landlocked country if support if play is not going in jail there. We could be facing a major major crisis since the taliban takeover almost two weeks ago. There's not been an accident of accounts from the country crossing into neighbouring pakistan and iran. Unhcr said
"eighty percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
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"eighty percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Threat around the world hard to believe but eighty percent of the world's population lives in countries where religious liberty is insignificant. danger or even completely out plug. Americans will never. fire. for tire. in our effort. to defend and promote freedom. of worship and religion. this is strong message any because it is true it's a hard number I think for Americans to stomach because we're so used to having religious freedom in our country and religious liberty we have these issues of religious kind of I'd say discrimination in our country where we fight it out in the courts but eighty percent of the world's population lives in a country where religious liberty is quote in significant danger or completely outlawed that's a scary figure when you hear the president added states speaking before the United Nations in a very measured tone that he adopted in doing so and comes out with a statistic that eighty percent of the glow eighty percent the nations of the world do not respect religious liberty with that we do that's an alarming prospect we believe in religious liberty in the United States we protected it's an shrine in our constitution our courts believe that our courts have unseated this fundamental precept in concept of of the American Republic and the freedom of association freedom of religious liberty warn of the to exercise your own religion which was one of the foundation stones but we don't realize that that is not necessarily the case in other countries of the world and we see this persecution and the biggest persecuted group I mean there's no doubt about it in the Christian persecutors in those who persecuted Christians today throughout the world especially in countries such as Egypt with the cops are under attack in Turkey where the orthodox Christians and the Armenian Catholics are under attack in nations like that the spread the president was speaking to all those countries and was making that point and for the president added states before the United Nations to say that I think is a very significant thing getting includes countries like China includes most of the middle eastern countries as well other than Israel that don't allow religious freedom at all and if they do it's something very limited form where groups of barely. tolerated not protected which the present tax but yesterday so the idea here that the president is telling the you in general assembly that eighty percent of you I'm back are violators of religious liberty and violators of the U. and convention of human rights you know how long we've been asking for a president to do this I mean this goes back decades we've been trying to get them to do this without success this president did it now which shows you elections really of consequences and today is the release date for Jordan's book the next red way so I would encourage we got thousands of you watching right now on Facebook periscope an ACL J. dot org we got millions of you listening by radio let me encourage you to do something they it is out today which means if you order the book you're getting it immediately you'll download immediately it's the next red way so you go there or you can buy it you could buy the book it's on the bookshelf right now with Logan went out to the bookstore near our media center and that book is now out. and it's available and you can get it at Barnes and noble wherever you buy your books of course Amazon has them in stock as well where were you buy your books you should have the the ability to get the next wave now it had huge jumps yesterday impact on the some of the Amazon bestsellers list it was number four it was number six it was it was it was really moving that makes a big difference is that allows more people to see if you're concerned about our country if you're concerned about the state of our nation if you want to know what you can do to make a difference let me encourage right now to buy a I'd like you to do it today the next red way towards gonna be on with Sean Hannity tonight good radio yesterday was on fox and friends this morning we want you.
"eighty percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Eighty percent on a twelfth grade test the exam included logic based problems as well requiring a restyled to invoke human logic to solve those problems so already Hey I is at least the smart in some ways says somebody yeah it does a senior yeah I'm I'm going to Andrew you hang on here and think about those two stories back to back you you've got a couple hundred thousand jobs created and boy you talk to anybody who needs to fill a position right now you just you you're wishing champs could read and write because you just can't find the body to hire right and we heard this we had the stats last week how many people get accepted for a job and don't show up the first day because I got a different better job right goes laying right in listen I hate hope because hope is the only thing that leads to disappointment. you're never disappointed. is it possible for a good time for at least one volume of your autobiography. and we're either away from me. but is it possible we're moving towards some sweet spot but the tremendous need for more people more job growth and eighty I maturing just enough to fill up those needs it just. charge American business is it possible my friends.
"eighty percent" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hi about eighty percent of people that were in my platoon have sure yeah I absolutely and that's why in that I mean I think it is also important to say that the again the wait the the this particular firearm gets a lot of attention because it used in one of these horrific things like again in what happened all Paso but the the overwhelming almost everyone out there almost everyone is used for legitimate purposes whether it's hunting or target shooting or collecting or whatever that does get lost in the conversation but I think a lot of people off this site it collapses I mean who's to say what's gonna happen if you know I mean hack you know y'all electric the electrical crackers on my dad society collapses or the you know government falls apart or do you mean my left arm apocalypse I'm talking about just the all your chaos I mean look at why you know during the riots after our the campaign I mean there is there populace stores protecting our stores with these weapons yeah I know the right to think because I I get it I don't I mean I I I just hope it I certainly hope it never gets to that kind of point Mike on the northwest side my current WTMJ good afternoon good afternoon our I like your hunger and I I'm I'm a pretty good shot so I've been running gear one shot to sometimes tell them not to but most time one if I need a hundred rounds I'm gonna quit and I just don't know why people need a hundred rounds it just at that time and I don't yeah it in again I I don't know that that's going to necessarily stop stuff but it's it it's sort of like the got Mike thanks a lot for the call real above the back right thanks to call I mean it's kind of like and again I I know there are people I hear repeated when I said this after the shooting in Las Vegas the guy that you know went up to the thirty fifth the thirty seventh floor at Mandalay bay just started shooting down at that the people were tending that music festival right he had he had a firearm that was legal you are not allowed in this country to leak you're not it's not legal to own machine guns machine gun unless you know you've got a special permit and you've gone through this you've background thing right so you can't just go into a firearm store and buy a a machine gun meaning a a firearm that just sensually fire to pull the trigger once and keep shooting until all the bullets are gone well what he had done as he had one of these things called a bump stock and now president trump is abandoned by executive order but the way these bump stops stocks operated was for twenty five or thirty or forty Bucks you could take a legal firearm you could put this thing on and without going into too many details are getting too far in the weeds you could turn a legal firearm into an illegal firearm you could make it fire essentially like a machine gun and it never made any sense he that you know the average citizen should be able to buy this thing to convert a legal firearm into something that they would not otherwise be able to buy and that's why I supported sorry Congress didn't do it but I supported the president with his executive order saying we're we're not going to sell these things anymore I guess that's kind of where I would start I don't think gun confiscation is a reasonable thing I I just don't I think as a starting point again you want to kind of Tinker around the edges and look at this and say okay these high capacity magazines do they really serve a purpose and you know in the interest of public safety just like we say to people you you can't you can't own a if a suppressor a silencer again and less you've gotten a permit and you jump through all these hoops no is that something that we should say you don't need one of these high capacity magazines maybe you make it something that you need to have a permit for something like that I do think we need to take a look at some of those things and in having this conversation believe me I understand that the biggest problem we have out there with this is you have you have the cycles who you know act out in this fashion you know the guy and the guy in el Paso who's just a a full blown nut case who leaves this you know white supremacists the manifesto behind himself behind I mean the the the guys and not the guy in Dayton who is the opposite of the guy in el Paso you know he's apparently some left wing cook and I who knows what was motivating him to engage in the shooting that he did so I understand the basic problem you have you have mentally ill people who act out in these ways at the same time I do think we have to be reasonable moving forward and saying alright do you need high capacity magazines just like do you need a bump stock that converts a rifle into a machine gun and I think most people would say now probably not this is Jeff Waggoner broadcasting live from the Wisconsin state fair stick around Jeff.
"eighty percent" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Responsible for this everyone I disagree with is a terrorist inspirer it's very quick from the media very very fast race Asselin then tweeted out after today there's no longer any room for new ones the president is a white nationalist terror leader is support it he's a really bad not white nationalist fairly considering they came out today give a full speech about how evil white supremacy is very bad as job jasmine says his supporters all of them are by definition white nationalist terror supporters the mad hatter is a KKK hood and this evil racist gorge must be eradicated from society obviously here in center is wildly intellectually dishonest I think that it is a letter because I don't think that as one is in sight but the the notion that every single person in the United States voted for from our plans on voting for him in twenty twenty that's racist shootings in el Paso Walmart is patently disgusting and ridiculous and this was the line from a lot of folks in the media yesterday and again they're they're they're playing standards that they would never apply to folks on their own side of the house here's everything Cooper suggesting will you know white supremacists are topping from Ford that means the trump is responsible the alleged killer who is always were not naming traveled more than six hundred miles from his home near Dallas Texas to a city that's more than eighty percent Hispanic his name is on a hate filled manifesto posted on the website HM shortly before the killing began it is hard to ignore the fact that they APCO sometimes even using the exact same language some of the themes of this president of a nation under siege being invaded facing an infestation these the president's words and they can't be denied okay so the state if the standard is that there's a new evil person who went in evil thing and was quoting other people and they're responsible for is evil then maybe we should talk about that ice intact it happened a couple of weeks ago where a person attempted to attack an ice facility well quoting an Alexander because Cortez and calling a concentration camp we don't do any media coverage of that I wonder why I wonder why again there is no common standards not what about it okay what about ism is where you say that the rhetoric is good I said the rhetoric is bad all the way through here and I've been condemning trumps rhetoric on a wide variety of scores for years is that it's not about that and I think in the mails use rhetoric and Sanders rhetoric and a lot of this kind of stuff but I also have a common standard which the AOC and Bernie Sanders and Obama and from are not responsible for the actions of evil out liars who go into evil things the people who said stuff never would've approved in the first place obviously coming up we'll talk about where the media coverage is going and as I say I would take the criticism of president trump's rhetoric a little more seriously to work obviously so many people on the left I tending to lump everybody on the right into the same basket of evil as the shooter in el Paso the mention here I show ABC dependable traffic.
"eighty percent" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"SiriusXM channel eighty percent of by progressive insurance all guests appear via the shell Pennzoil performance sign will head out that way Notre Dame beat reporter for the south bend Tribune air can't send joins the show a couple coaching changes a loss last year Clinton in the semi final still twelve and one not a bad record for the Notre Dame fighting Irish last season what were your first impressions today after the first day of training camp well they're they're not in cabs yet but you could see really early on that they kind of picked up where they left off in the spring that this has a chance to be the best offense of Brian Kelly era you could also see from taking up last spring there's a bunch of questions to answer on the facts so this may be a team that boasts more points on the scoreboard but not necessarily a team that's got a your path to a playoff as as last year's Irish team now we can stick with the positive then coats mentioning that even book has essentially commanded the locker room as a leader as a quarterback primarily and we know that they had some questions at that position just as far shuffling the starter last season how does that bold for the team going forward in this two thousand nineteen season well I mean if you walked into practice and and do a lot about football but didn't know much about Notre Dame you'd say wow that is that's a really good offense and you can tell who the starter is pretty quickly there's a there's a pretty good big gap between he and book and the rest of the quarterbacks on the roster there's just so much precision there so much either I'm sure that right Kelly would like to have this version the offense against Clemson just a little bit more sharp little bit more dynamic and and that's something that you noticed right away you have I thank upgrades it really every position I think office of line special is going to take a step forward and I thank you know in the schedule this offense is what's going to have to carry the team which is kind of odd for Brian Kelly Tina really good Brian Kelly teams in the past have been built on the sets your cancer Notre Dame beat reporter for the south bend Tribune joining into the night whichever skills CJ Silas on ESPN radio you talk about offense number one running back that that job is still up for grabs whether Jabbar Armstrong he's a great athlete Tony Jones junior and the new running back coach which not a lot of people know much about it even though he's been to the NFL and at Stanford lance Taylor he's got a lot to work with who stood out to you today from the running back corps well I think what stood out today is that they're going to be a running back by committee but you're far Armstrong is a guy who came to Notre Dame as a wide receiver and he really looks the part of the war a running back now a guy that could give them the kind of dynamic learning play that they had with dexter Williams last year in Josh Adams the year before he's you know he's getting was a three star recruit that he was a Kansas state sprint champs and he is really is body looks like a running back body now move and just as importantly he has warning back vision I think last year there were times you know he didn't know how to kind of set up those blocks you can run into traffic instead of running away from that and he certainly has the speed to run away from from from the defenses and so forth but you know Notre Dame is always needed it to death and and there were there some surprises with the younger players they've got a couple redshirt freshman the true freshman expiring Williams well I think give you some depth but you're far Armstrong has to be the guy that you get most of the carriage get most of the yards if something happened to him from an injury standpoint I'm not sure that that they have is that the speed of the younger backs with experience in the younger backs to to have a really effective one death certainly comes into play when you have a schedule that includes Georgia Michigan Stanford and even do right like this is no shortage of talent that they're going to be going up against but how does that work into their favor in trying to make a college football playoff run well you know that's a that's justice been a big part of what line Kelly is trying to build with this roster and one of the take aways from the Clemson game is that they just didn't have enough at key positions he also felt like they didn't have enough breakaway speed at some the skill positions so they've addressed some of that with recruiting a force we Chris Tyree the the standout running back from Virginia won't be on the roster till twenty twenty but and they they built pretty good data and so now freshman command not having to contribute if they if they do it's because they're just so may be ahead of the curve from a talent in the maturity standpoint that they can contributing one of the freshman that we saw today for the first time I got a good look at was a young man by the name of Kyle Hamilton from Lana states the five star safety this very close Notre Dame practice yet three interceptions wow wow that's pretty impressive Eric Hanson Notre Dame beat reporter from the south bend Tribune joining into night whichever skills and CJ Silas on ESPN radio let's stay with defense coach Jerry Joseph was this a safeties coach last year now they moved him to Jim defensive pass game coordinator he's more active now the secondary in there but other defensive coaching shifts though Notre Dame pass efficiency defense the best finish ever for the Irish at number six last year what is this new structure going to do for the Irish well I think you're gonna see more physical play from the corners and I think you're gonna see them really aggressive at that position they have one returning starter at the cornerback position toward cried it's really finding somebody else with him you will love was an all American final game last year and he's in the NFL one of the other reasons that they were number six in the nation in pass efficiency defense is they had a really good pass rush and they're going to have an even better one this year that's one of the exciting parts of their defenses how much how much depth they have a defense of the end of the tunnel wall people land they also have stand out situational or in college cream which you could say arguably or maybe their past and their third best player on the team mobile also don't think people are used to seeing this kind of pass rush from Notre Dame but from twenty sixteen when they only had three sacks in their defense alignment I think you'll see games where individuals will have that.
"eighty percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Friends an eighty percent chance might not be enough to order tent and it's that kind of it's that sort of is that is that sense of where you know where you know how what's the use of a better forecast if it doesn't help our decisions I think that's reasonable with the day to day forecast you know just because it was clear was gonna rain Monday morning in DC from four days ago of wasn't clear how it was going to rain why we're talking before you know you know what point this morning you know what point it seemed like things were getting intense and even more significantly what decisions would people have made differently had Thursday's forecast been clear and I think that that idea that you can strive technically for perfect perfect forecast but if it doesn't help you make decisions I think it's kind of where I mean you're all just love it because it acknowledges that they're right you know that it's like the ball is in some ways I think out of out of your court but it it's only out of your court if you recognize that technical superiority to technical achievement of the forecast itself right right but you still get angry emails yeah I know for sure I mean I and I thank you it I think we you know weather forecasts have come a long way and we're really good at capturing what I've what what we call synoptic scale weather systems is our large scale systems fronts a low pressure systems but when it comes down to for casting individual thunderstorms which was what we had this morning models are still just developing in that area we have what we call conduction allowing models which try to get thunderstorms and small scale whether features correct and that you can only do sometimes within a couple hours I mean even at five AM six AM this morning it wasn't clear that that complex of thunderstorms was really going to light up and then tracked straight through the the DC area on a leash historic flooding about so there's a lot of progress we need to make I mean even as our forecast of god in the day better each decade as you you tell you spoke about it's it's a it's a really localize pine scale forecast where there's a lot of progress where I think we can still we still make which I think is a good segue to my next question which is you know the importance of observations because of it and all models they require observations and what whether yet and we talked about all the different types of observations which are are needed for a robust numerical weather prediction system but there are there are some concerns right now in the larger sort of public private international whether community about where will be collecting data in the future they're a lot more their new data sources coming online there are private companies which are law launching weather satellites which want to sell their data to a rather than making them three you have you have remote sensing.
"eighty percent" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Thousand dollars in contributions from insurance industry players most of that was from people tied to apply underwriters insure that's been repeatedly accused of deceptive marketing plus he's handed off the responsibility of whether or not to approve the company's sale to department staffers consumer watch our president Jimmy courts as Laura took for different actions related to apply underwriters that could favorably affect them applied had been caught charging a larger company excessive fees Laura tried to reverse a judge's decision about how much money they had to pay back that happened just days after Laura promised to return the industry campaign contributions later yes July eleventh the commissioner issued an amended order trying to get a judge to change the amount of the applied underwriters supposed to yeah even after there was disclosure the commissioner still appears to this case learn spokesperson says he had nothing to do with the latest move in a large case consumer watchdog once Laura to releases calendar showing who he met with when that was KCRW's drew Penner here in San Francisco the ninth circuit court of appeals has ruled that California must enforce a federal law that prohibits nursing homes from abandoning patients three plaintiffs sued their nursing homes when they were blocked from returning after being hospitalized the state granted the patience of victory but they were not we had made it so they appealed and won under this ruling the court said there must be enforcement of the residence readmission advocates say California nursing homes have increasingly dumped the neediest patients people on Medicare al into hospitals refusing to let them return in favor of higher paying patients in Orange County officials say they're ready to settle a lawsuit over their approach to the homeless who number almost four thousand there the county has come under fire on the issue and has been fighting a lawsuit over it for the past two years thank you it is Michelle Wiley has more the original lawsuit filed back in January of twenty eighteen allege that the county of orange and surrounding cities were violating the rights of homeless people by forcing them to camp along the Santa Ana river bed and surrounding cities without a plan for housing or shelter since then the county in cities in north and central regions have been working to reach an agreement all the details of the settlement are still coming a call to major stakeholder shows the two sides seem to have found some common ground here's Orange County supervisor inter del the north and central regions constitute about eighty percent of the number of homeless we have an account and so to the degree that I can at least help address and meet the need of eighty percent of the homeless population that's a big win for us at the county for quite some is one of the lawyers who filed the original suit he says the settlement will establish consistent policies across the county sure that our clients right there all of the rights of the until the community are protected and that the counting and really in a position to become a leader and best practices for working toward solving homelessness the Orange County Board of supervisors signed off on the settlement last week the parties are scheduled to meet in court today to finalize the deal for the California report I'm Michelle widely and finally this morning do you like going to the DMV there are the long lines wait times they can average hours and then there are the bad photos will let's face it most of us credit thing nobody's actually looking forward to coming to the DMV this is not a trip you really hunger for it was my co host cell Gonzalez with a very patient driver the DMV has had big problems lately there was the motor voter program developed over thousands of people were registered to vote with the wrong political party or incorrect information including some who weren't even citizens then at the DMV issued over two million real ideas without asking for two documents to prove residency so governor Gavin Newsom created a DMV reinvention strike team to help calm public outcry today he will get that straight team's findings and he will also announce a new leadership team for the DMV Saul picks it up from there thanks the late five eight we eighteen across the state more than one hundred eighty D. in the field offices will stay closed until one PM tomorrow in what's called operation excellence more than five thousand employees will receive additional training on how to process a real ID cards those are the new federally mandated identification cards that will be needed to board an airplane starting in October of twenty twenty the crush of people applying for realized he has cause confusion and long wait times that many DMB facilities motor vehicle staff will also use the half day closure to brush up on customer care skills during the closure of the public will still be able to use the DM these call centers and website for the California report find Saul Gonzalez in Los Angeles.
"eighty percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bowl eighty percent of the people today born after the Kennedy administration and we want those people to be as galvanized as I was I remember watching it and the president Kennedy's words and deeds have inspired a generation they can inspire the next generation in Dorchester Chris Paul the WBZ Boston's news radio and now to Lynn fields where the rotary club is teaming up with the local fire department on a program that should result in fewer doors being bashed him by EMTs responding to a medical emergency more details from WBZ's Carl Stevens let's say you have a medical emergency dial nine one one but by the time the EMTs get there you can't make it to the door so they have to knock on the door and less you've got this lock box the lock box is a must box used to provide quick access to your home by the emergency medical technicians run block is past president of the Linfield rotary club there making these available free to anybody eighty years old and over twenty five Bucks for Linfield residents between sixty and eighty the master key would be kept only at the local fire department the EMT people have a record of the box and its location so they know on the way they know exactly where to go to get in quickly Brooklyn field Carl Stevens WBZ Boston news radio a new Bedford church breakfast turns quite ugly after a woman allegedly bites and throws coffee on another woman Susie under Costa is now facing assault and battery charges the two women had a brief verbal exchange the lead to the alleged attack right around six thirty Saturday morning dacosta admitted that she hit the other woman but she says she did not start a fight he's got two months until she's due back in front of a judge it is one thirty eight over not a Bloomberg business for check on Wall Street in business news here's Tracy junkie Tina Amazon prime day might be attracting some commitments focus internet searches for the key words cancelling Amazon prime spike to yesterday the first day of prime day and the search engine monitoring firm cap device says it suggests shoppers are signing up for prime just for the discounts and just for the day and if the morning making way for games and new records it was the wall street's playbook yesterday and it seems like a possibility now the Dow is adding two points to its record yesterday nasdaq down twenty three SMP down seven points I'm Tracy junkie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's news radio sports on the way sellers of professionals face special challenges in divorce court in addition to everything else going on they have to contend with allegations that they are earning more than they are coupled with claims on their business or practice itself attorneys CPA Joe Cordell an effective defense often hinges on sophisticated strat Jeez strategies relating to income tax projections business valuations spousal support claims clients with assets depend on their divorce lawyer skills in these matters and that's why it's so important to hire someone that has those skills.
"eighty percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
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"eighty percent" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Can you win championships and the people who rise to the top in that industry tend to be sixty seventy eighty percent African American? So it is not an anyway racist to say that that's true. That is a provable. Statistical fact all right now the question is why aren't more of them owners because that's after you dominate that industry. It's almost like we can't I it's almost like those activist can't sit and just be like. Oh, yeah. This is fair and equal and the fact is that if you're the best at this, they'll hire you to do the job. No. Then they turn. And they look at the coaches, and they said, why don't we have more black coaches? Why don't we have more black owners in the NF? Elders actually a specific rule. It's called the Rooney rule in it says at every time a team has a coach a coaching hiring opportunity for head coach they have to they have to interview a minority coach they don't have to hire one have it. So plenty of them will get token interviews when they've already decided that they're going to hire this other guy, but they'll bring this guy in just interview them just because they have to which to me is just the most demeaning and patronizing thing. It's terrible interview. Because interview me because of the color of my skin interview me because I'm a I'm qualified for the job. Now. What do you think is more important which role in a team? Do you think is is more important having all the right men on the field or having the right coach to lead those men and to train them to get them working together? Here's the answer to that question you need both. Yup. A great team requires all the right people on the field all working together and great coach to lead them. Inspire them and train them. And the actually in the NFL, for example. There are multiple. Coaches that help with that. So why is it that the NFL would operate as a true and free market for the players on the field, but then would show massive discrimination..
"eighty percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Of Heckman financial or their mission is to get you to and through a worry, less wealth retirement. We're talking about women money and retirement today before we go on though, I'd like to ask you about a financial fail. Eric that we can learn from. It's always something good that we can definitely learn a lesson from this one's more about slack quite a failure. But very potentially could be so one thing I wanna move someplace different retirement. Doubt sounds cool. Sounds unique sounds, hey, that'd be great. And I had a client that mostly usually meet with him, but she comes in. So the more critical meetings and stuff, and he one time confided me that they wanted to move to way he said, it was a fifty fifty chance I think actually may have set of sixty percent chance that they ended up moving back after a while. And so there's a big debate to we saw the house don't sell the house. They decided finally just the cell housekeeper life easier. Now they've been out there for two years. Yeah. They were back in towns or meeting, and yeah, she's complaining about the humidity and the heat it rains every day. It is Hawaii. It's it is right. It's nice tropical island. But it is tropical. The hard part is if you're really serious about moving there's a lot of different things you can do. But I think it's always martyred us to maybe not say your house for a year or two and just give it a little bit more time just to make sure you really like all the seasons wherever you moved to. Right. Yeah. Some seasons initially, maybe great. And then it's like, oh, I don't like this timeframe or something like that. So just one of those things if you're thinking about leaving the valley, which so many people are because my why not live anywhere else in the world cheaper. And so if you're thinking about doing that. Really really sit down and do some planning to do some real thought about what's the best way to do it because it's really hard to come back here. I mean, there's no way that they would be able to buy in the same neighborhood. In before has gone up too much the property tax would probably be about triple what they were paid at the time. And so, yeah, so what else is going to move yuppie careful. Planet out. Yeah. Go there for at least. If you can't stay for any length of time go there during the different seasons prior to retiring and selling the house. Yeah. Great idea. Well, we can always learn from those financial, Phil. So thanks for that, Eric we've been talking about women many in retirement today, and we've all heard of the quote, unquote, breadwinner, interrelationship seems like usually that refers to the man now I'm not saying that in today's world, I'm kind of saying that in the past because the statistic is changing. But let's go ahead and use that scenario, let's say, the husband was the breadwinner or is the breadwinner. What if the wife has not been involved in the decision making of the finances in retirement, Eric what can go wrong. So what are the amazing stats out? There is eighty percent of men die married. Eighty percent of women die single or widowed. And you go hold on. How those two numbers match, right? Because so many somebody women are widowed because they live longer than that. You're right. So the kind of eye-opening talk about this is really the fact that most men will never know if their financial plan worked. I mean think about the house, then we'll never know if their plan worked or not because the way if you know your plan worked as if whatever your work. Yeah. Working on planning for you get to the end of. If their spouse lives, another five or ten years longer. They don't know what happened after one social security. Check was lost. They don't know. What happens after that? That goes from married filing jointly to single your tax rate actually goes up with Lahavi, less income. Yeah. There's a lot of things that change after one person's passes away in obviously, if you're married the woman lives longer guess who's going to be running the finances. And if she has not been paying attention or haven't doesn't even know where the stuff is. That can be really a hazardous, especially if you've got old 4._0._1._K's and IRA's at companies that, you know, hey, I remember these are I know where these all I know all my Loggins, and blah, blah, blah. Well, if you're not here, and she's having to take care of it does she know all those places and especially with e statements nowadays, electronic statements electric savings. I think can be really hazardous in some ways. Because if there's nothing paper, how does somebody know? And are they look at your Email, or are they finding it? And so there's just a lot of issues. So I mean, literally something just as simple as right your accounts down. I mean, it seems very low tech in today's world. Right. So I mean, if you want to go fancier, do a Google spreadsheet share share it with each other or something. At least knowing where those assets, are it can be a huge difference in what happens because all of a sudden, you're having to take over all this stuff and know where things are. Oh my gosh. Stress and strain. Obviously initially. It's shock right because some passed away the, and then all of a sudden you're having to make all these decisions. And yeah, so it can't be really tough. So at least having some organization having some stuff or you write it down and just knowing where all that stuff is Miami. We do two different talks in terms of both of these issues. Smart women, talk and also smart couples. And and so those are things that if you if you wanted to attend some sessions, really learn some more tools, some more things that you should be doing. The smart women is for married or single. It doesn't matter. It's just really focused on women's issues. 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"Specialist. They may be talked to their general practitioner, and they changed their minds. So and the other thing is you start steroids. Some of the other tests that we may need to do like flow to figure out which of the lymphomas it is and where else in the body. It is aren't going to be accurate. So I would in general recommended that you not get, you know, predators own from the from the emergency clinic until you have a diagnosis, and you have major decision if the dog's not eating because a lot of the times when I lecture. General practitioners it will say, well, what do I do with the dogs not eating can I start steroids? I would say try something else. Like, maybe Serena and app or that new appetite stimulant enticed. There are other ways that we can try to encourage this dog to eat rather than the steroids. Finally, my other other tip is if the dog is having difficulty breathing because those lymph nodes around the neck are starting to press, you know, on the trachea and things like that. Or the dog is having a crisis. Absolutely. I tell emergency doctors general practitioners. It's okay to you steroids, in those cases. But I really wanted to think twice before we're giving steroids to a dog. That's eating feeling great. Maybe just a little bit of a picky appetite with big lymph nodes for bringing that up and clarifying it. I think the most important thing that pet owners and veterinarians need to take away is while steroids are relatively inexpensive. We wanna make sure that we have the diagnosis just to make sure we don't affect the response to chemotherapy. Yeah. And you had asked that and I didn't get to it. But you're right. So steroids. Are you know, very, very inexpensive and chemotherapy, depending on the size of the dog because chemo cost associated to how much drug they actually get. So, you know, a big Rottweiler is going to be much more expensive to treat than, you know, a little Chihuahua hour or something like that. But you know, chemo can cost thousands of dollars over a period of five or six months at zones gonna cost dollars in comparison. But I think we just want to give the owner the opportunity to really think about chemo, and they're less expensive chemotherapy options, as well that, you know, an oncologist can walk the owner through and again, if I had a dime for every time, a veterinarian called me and told me the owner will one hundred percent never give chemo, and how many times the owner changes their mind, not because I convinced them just because you know, you're in shock when you find out your pet has cancer. And it's really scary. And it's really overwhelming, and you just really need to give them the chance to make an informed decision. Right now. Another important thing. I think pet owners need to know about. Chemotherapy is sometimes you will rarely see some side effects. And so oftentimes, I'm seeing cases that are undergoing chemotherapy with their veterinary oncologist or their veterinarian, and sometimes they'll come into the -mergency room from some of the side effects have vomiting or diarrhea. And thankfully, most of these guys do not need to be hospitalized. But you might just talking about some of the biggest side effects of chemotherapy. I think pet owners oftentimes. Well, thank gosh. All the hair is gonna fall out. They're gonna get really sick. And you might just talking a little bit about some of the side effects that dogs and cats can show from chemo. Yeah. So one of the things that surprising to most pet owners and actually was really surprising to me during my internship at animal medical center in New York City is that cats tolerate chemo better than dogs and dogs and cats are better than people. But you know, we think cats are fragile and small and they won't handle chemo. But so there's three main categories of side effects that we can see the first one is hair loss. And luckily does. Dogs and cats unless they are a breed like Scotties and westies and old English sheepdog some of the terrier breeds. So if your dog is a continuously growing hair coat, it could lose a little bit more hair poodles, but most dogs go undergoing chemo will not lose their hair coat. Hats may temporarily lose their whiskers, but their hair coat will remain the same. So and those are aesthetic, you know, it just change the way the dog or the cat feels about themselves. But not the main ones that orders may drive to the emergency clinic the other two categories as you mentioned the first ones gastrointestinal, so they may lose their appetite for the first couple of days after chemo. They may get some mild vomiting or diarrhea and again that usually occurs within the first week after chemo. The good news is most of the time. It's going to be mild eighty percent of dogs and cats have.
"eighty percent" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"They talked to a cancer specialists. They may be talked to their general practitioner, and they changed their minds. So and the other thing is you could start steroids. Some of the other tests that we may need to do like flow to figure out which of the lymphomas it is and where else in the body. It is aren't going to be accurate. So I would in general recommend that you not get you know, owned from the from the emergency clinic until you have a diagnosis, and you have major decision if the dog's not eating because a lot of the times when I lecture. General practitioners it will say, well, what do I do with the dogs not eating can I start steroids? I would say try something else. Like, maybe Serena and app or that new appetite stimulant enticed. There are other ways that we can try to encourage this dog to eat rather than the steroids. Finally, my other other tip is if the dog is having difficulty breathing because those lymph nodes around the neck are starting to press, you know, on the trachea and things like that. Or the dog is having a crisis. Absolutely, tell emergency doctors and general practitioners. It's okay to use steroids in those cases. But I really want us to think twice before we're giving steroids to a dog. That's eating feeling great. Maybe just a little bit of picky appetite with big lymph nodes for bringing that up and clarifying it. I think the most important thing that pet owners and veterinarians need to take away is while steroids are relatively inexpensive. We wanna make sure that we have the diagnosis just to make sure we don't affect the response to chemotherapy. And you had asked that. And I didn't get to it. But you're right. So steroids. Are you know, very, very inexpensive and chemotherapy, depending on the size of the dog because chemo cost is associated to how much drug they actually get. So, you know, a big Rottweiler is going to be much more expensive to treat than you know, a little to hour or something like that. But you know, chemo can cost thousands of dollars over a period of five or six months at zones gonna cost dollars in comparison. But I think we just want to give the owner the opportunity to really think about chemo, and there are less expensive chemotherapy options, as well that, you know, an oncologist can walk the owner through and again, if I had a dime for every time, a veterinarian called me and told me the owner will one hundred percent never give chemo, and how many times the owner changes their mind, not because I convince them just because you know, you're in shock when you find out your pet has cancer. And it's really scary. And it's really overwhelming, and you just really need to give them the chance to make an informed decision. Right now. Another important thing. I think pet owners need to know about. Chemotherapy is sometimes you will rarely see some side effects. And so oftentimes, I'm seeing cases that are undergoing chemotherapy with their veterinary oncologist or their veterinarian, and sometimes they'll come into the -mergency room from some of the side effects. They have vomiting or diarrhea and thankfully, most of these guys do not need to be hospitalized. But you might just talking about some of the biggest side effects of chemotherapy. I think pet owners oftentimes. Well, thank gosh. All the hair is gonna fall out. They're going to get really sick. And you might just talking a little bit about some of the side effects that dogs and cats can show from chemo. Yeah. So one of the things that is surprising to most pet owners and actually was really surprising to me during my internship at animal medical center in New York City is that cats tolerate chemo better than dogs dogs and cats are better than people. But you know, we think cats are fragile and small and they won't handle chemo. But so there's three main categories of side effects that we can see the first one is hair loss. And luckily dot. Dogs and cats unless they are a breed like Scotties and westies and old English sheepdog some of the terrier breeds. So if your dog is a continuously growing hair coat, it could lose a little bit more hair poodles, but most dogs go undergoing chemo will not lose their hair coat. Hats may temporarily lose their whiskers, but their hair coat will remain the same. So and those are aesthetic, you know, it does change the way the dog or the cat feels about themselves. But not the main ones that orders may drive to the emergency clinic the other two categories as you mentioned the first ones gastrointestinal, so they may lose their appetite for the first couple of days after chemo. They may get some mild vomiting or diarrhea and again that usually occurs within the first week after chemo. The good news is most of the time. It's going to be mild eighty percent of dogs and cats have.
"eighty percent" Discussed on KGO 810
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"eighty percent" Discussed on WDRC
"Can you believe that Republicans and Democrats have been using the same system to decide candidates for years? Now one St. thinks, they know a better one the left is against the war on drugs. So why is a liberal journalist breaking with his party? Then take a moment. A cast a vote in my Twitter poll, you'll find the question each and every night at LARs Larson dot com. And also at LARs Larson show, who will crack I in America's border wall fight the congressional Democrats or President Trump. I'd say the Democrats are gonna crack I I think the president has some backbone. I think the Democrats are starting to feel the pressure and journalism like the hill dot com. And politico are already starting to report on some of the Democrats. You would think that their constituents being the constituents of democratic members of congress wouldn't care about it. But they detail the story in the hill dot com about a young member of congress, a brand new freshman democrat who says she's hearing from her constituents that they want Democrats to take border security seriously. And you have to understand Americans have been told for the last one third of a century all the way back to the nineteen Eighty-six amnesty passed by congress pushed on Donald hung on Ronald Reagan who then signed it reluctantly and later declared at one of his biggest mistakes to have signed it that they said just give amnesty. And we promise we'll give you border security as I pointed out to you before border security does not mean anything specifically, it could be a lot of people on the border could be a wall. It could be drones and cameras or it could be almost nothing. And you could just let people flow across the border now in yesterday's Twitter poll asked you should the president declare a national emergency and begin building the wall eighty percent of you said, yes. And it sounds as though probably in the next twenty four hours President Donald Trump is going to announce that he will declare an emergency and start building a wall with or without the congress only twenty percent of.
"eighty percent" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Now, I remember and number ten making this argument this time last year when they had one December concession and they were saying visit great breakthrough. And somehow they have completely stopped making this arguments. This is the why where the Tories out there saying look this is actually within our favorites. You think she's trying to technically keep quiet about his victory and gives the realize what they've done. Honestly, I don't I don't know. You're you're you're asking me to speculate on one on one of the government communicates policies drifters in the where does and I don't know. I'm not I'm I'm not not I'm. I'm not property owners anymore. So don't I don't really talk to talks people these things, I don't gauge. I'm very much of an and someone to serve running little until centrist not aligned think-tank just watching watching from afar. And that's how I came to this to you. I don't spend a lot of time digital do focusing Briggs it. So I go to we aging and when I came back to just to have a look at the backstop. It's good. We will hang on a minute Bali. Allowing all of the UK to remain in the customs union hasn't hasn't the u given away quite a lot there because you're always told, and it was very telling negotiations when once negotiation politics, this is absolute zaps that we can't do going to the mental. And the us is was always the the four freedoms are indivisible. There's no Terry. Pinot neutrally. We knew usually when people spend all the time talking about us and being absolute ruled that because the preparing to break it and then having broken into they haven't broken it, which I think is going on here. That's when I was a proper journalist. I spent a little time in Brussels listening to people commission elsewhere in the you say that you was a legal entity with Thurman Brickell rules that can be broken which rules within almost always broken. But no one ever omitted. So most you'll you absolute rules at some point have been broken. And I think in this case the the indivisibility of the four freedoms probably has been broken tunics or infringed, bent, you allowing the all of the the customs you will allow a normal member of the European Union to freely export goods around into the around the customs union with that being celebrated guitarist that also without pay that along the other freedoms that alone for moving to all people without allowing for moving services without allowing remove for capital. So that to me says. Degree of separation of the four freedoms. Each area has been picked more one maybe. But at the Jerry. Your third rationales the stop, let's Britain, take back control. I mean, not of the kids because they're going to be heavy regulated. The eighty percent of our economy is the services sector is not covered by the backs of if we would end up in the backstop, then sure we'd have to play by you rules for goods, but that's one of Konami for the other four-fifths. We'd be free to do what we want is the bachelor doesn't cover of sector. I would argue as a terrible remain that's banned thing because it'll make it harder to expose to the U. But as I understand the Briggs Aotearoa engagement, the big case for leaving the European Union was that the UK would no longer be subject to rules that will made in Brussels. And so once once you're in the backstop, great big chunk of the UK economy. You're free to set. Whatever regulate will rules and regulations you like that can shooting the essence of freedom. In the Brigadier conceptual at anyway. And also remember you not pay. You don't making financial contributions to? You don't make any federal contributions there. Well, we sure about that yet. Well, well, well, there's nothing in the backstop resources. We pay the. Some pretty fiddly areas of the back. So this is actually where again from certain sort of brings the tissue be paying a lot more attention to this stuff on the little playing field goals there. There are some requirements to make sure that we we're all playing by the same rules. Even when we're in the backstop, the bits that cover say environmental regulation their commitment in that it says that Britain and the U commits to meet the same. To what he to meet the same environmental standards..