35 Burst results for "Eleven Months"

November trade deficit hits near record-high $80.2 billion

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

November trade deficit hits near record-high $80.2 billion

"The the US US trade trade deficit deficit surges surges to to a a near near record record high high exports exports slowed slowed in in November November while while imports imports jumped jumped sharply sharply resulting resulting in in a a trade trade deficit deficit of of eighty eighty billion billion dollars dollars the the commerce commerce department department says says that's that's nineteen nineteen percent percent higher higher than than the the October October deficit deficit of of sixty sixty seven seven billion billion and and just just below below the the all all time time monthly monthly record record of of eighty eighty one one billion billion dollars dollars through through the the first first eleven eleven months months of of this this year year the the U. U. S. S. trade trade deficit deficit is is nearly nearly twenty twenty nine nine percent percent higher higher than than during during the the same same period period last last year year the the economic economic recovery recovery in in the the United United States States is is outpacing outpacing other other nations nations yes yes is is the the readiness readiness of of Americans Americans to to spend spend my my camp camp in in Washington Washington

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The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 10 months ago

The Madness of the 2020 US Election With Senator Doug Mastriano

"I'm talking right now colonel Doug must yano also state senator pennsylvania. My friend doug must renault where are we in the madness of the twenty twenty election. You've been a hero. You've refused to stop looking into this because We happen to think it's important to know whom the american people chose to lead them. where are we right. Now you've been in the forefront at work what eleven months now on from november election and you know. We held a hearing gettysburg on the twenty fifth november at. We're no closer now to resolutions whole issue than we were back. then i've been undercut by the senate leadership. They stripped me. My committee chair. Because i was pressing ahead with subpoenas and that was going to have a vote. Issue subpoenas to several counties to get to the bottom of this year and is a great catastrophe. These stripped you of the chairmanship of your committee. Now why would they do a thing like that. Well you know. I was moving ahead as a committee. Cherry sent letters to three counties to begin in audit a forensic investigation to get to the bottom of what the heck happened you know. There's nothing to hide. Opened up the books. Let's get to the bottom of this. That's why you keep the balance for twenty two months he can do this. But senate leadership. senator jake. Corman was keen on the. I think moving ahead with a full forensic investigation and so not only was. I stripped mike committee chair. I had a voting session on committee arranged on the six of august was cancelled behind my back by him. I was locked out of committee committee. Voting rooms in harrisburg. I mean this. This whole thing is ridiculous. I don't know what the issue is. The people of pennsylvania and i want a forensic investigation to figure out what the heck happened here. But i'm undercut

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Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:09 min | 10 months ago

Influential Educators: NYC Sunday School Founder Catherine Ferguson

"Became an anchoring force. And catherine or katie's life. Though she was never taught to read or write she became well versed in the bible as a young teenager. Katie began attending a local presbyterian church. It was a largely scottish denomination and katie soon. Made an impression on isabella. graham isabella was a scottish. Born philanthropist and the founder of a school for girls when katie was around sixteen years. Old isabella graham bought her freedom for two hundred dollars. Katie was initially given six years to work off the debt but isabella later agreed to eleven months of work for one hundred dollars. Isabella's son-in-law raised the other half of the money by the age of eighteen. Katie was free. She soon married and had two children. The both died in infancy to support herself. Katie began making cakes but she soon became increasingly concerned about the children she saw on the street. The devastation from the revolutionary war along with the huge influx of immigrants created dire levels of poverty throughout new york. That was especially true in lower manhattan. Where katie had spent much of her life in seventeen ninety. Three katie began gathering children from the streets on sundays for religious instruction. They met at her home at fifty one warren street. The reverend from her church soon heard of her classes. He offered her space in a spare room of his new congregation on murray street. That's actually the street i live on. Now it's believed that katie's was the first sunday school in new york city over the course of her katie took in forty eight children. Some she rescued from the city's poor houses others from their families. She would raise them herself or help. Get them placed in better situations. Katie never had much money herself having spent it all on her children but she had an endless supply of prayers and defeat

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Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

Babes and Babies

02:44 min | 11 months ago

Elimination Communication with Go Diaper Free Founder Andrea Olson

"You were saying. You're hardly ever pooped in a diaper. So people listening are like wilbon. Where did they poop in the toilet or with breastfed baby. I let mine poop in the sink better for my back and it just rinse down and it's my sink but you know in the toilet There are these little top hat potties. Also start. I brought those to market a couple years ago because they stopped making them in singapore but in third world countries. You'll come across these top half hotties that you hold between your legs and They go in that. So yeah instead of using the diaper as a toilet use the toilet as a toilet from whenever you hear about e. c. and ec. Elimination communications. Basically you start any time between here. Eighteen months and it's based on their inborn instinct. They don't like their mammals. We are all mammals. And no ma'am all likes to soil. They're den or their caregiver or themselves so when they're crying and crying and you're like oh i've tried everything i've tried the breasts of trade to shush and the five s.'s. The whole harvey carb thing. Nothing is working. My baby is still crying. Then you look in their debris and you're like oh you and poop. You just wanted to be changed. It's actually not what was happening if you rewind a little bit. They're crying so you would take the thing off. Take the diaper off so that they could go hygienically. And if you think about it we wouldn't have lasted this long as a human species if we weren't born with those instincts to be clean and dry and so babies are constantly communicating to their parents. Hey i need this or any of that and with you see is just a matter of figuring out what that is for your baby and yeah it doesn't. There's no i'm too late. And there's no oh i have to do this. Full on every single line poop ec as an exposure technique so literally whenever you find out about it before eighteen months is all good and then yeah you totally do get to start wrapping it up at eleven months or even if you kind of have asked started or whatever and then you're like okay. I'm going to get serious now. She's walking This is a great time. Because in montessori school of thought this is the sensitive period twelve to eighteen months where this is their developmental task so they actually really want control over this during that period. So we always. I always recommend wrapping it up starting at walking and then yet by the time eighteen months comes around like if you remove the diapers early enough. It's so much easier and babies rise to the occasion. They're like oh and they've been watching you. They've been watching you and you're going bathroom and they're like i want to do that and i'm walking and i can and it like it's so straightforward of their instincts

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'Next Big Wave': Radiation Drugs Track and Kill Cancer Cells

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Next Big Wave': Radiation Drugs Track and Kill Cancer Cells

"Doctors reported promising results from an experimental cancer drug that delivers radiation directly to tumor cells an emerging class of medicine called radio pharmaceuticals may become a new way to treat patients with hard to reach inoperable cancers in a study involving over eight hundred men with advanced prostate cancer released by the American society of clinical oncology a tumor targeting radiation therapy from drug maker Novartis kept cancer at bay for nearly nine months compared to three months for people receiving standard treatment and survival was better to fifteen months versus eleven months the drug is administered through an IV in each dose contains trillions of engineered molecules a tractor portion of the molecule hunts down cancer cells the payload portion is the radiation experts say radio pharmaceuticals maybe the next big wave of therapeutic development I'm Jennifer king

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Ageless Wonder Mickelson Wins PGA to Be Oldest Major Champ

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Ageless Wonder Mickelson Wins PGA to Be Oldest Major Champ

"Phil Mickelson has made history at the PGA championship becoming the oldest player to ever win a major title with a two shot victory other Brooks KEPCO and Louis is Tyson at fifty years and eleven months he is two years and seven months older than Julius Boros was when he won the PGA in nineteen sixty eight Mickelson survived the demanding of roller coaster day on the difficult kiwa island calls with a final round seventy three that was good enough in the end for a six under par total and the two shot victory it is his sticks by just success and comes eight years after his last I'm grandma goes

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Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

Hey Moms in Business

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Geo- Farming with Janine Igliane

"Farming Loved the were farming. Because that's really what we're doing. We're planting seeds with this neighborhood in this neighborhood could really be any defined area that you choose. And we're planting. Seeds were cultivating were investing in this area. And we do that in a series of ways right. We do it through our intentional marketing. We do it through community events serving and giving back Things like that and just cultivating in overtime. It eventually grows and you become the neighborhood expert. The one that you know people think of when they think of selling i just took a listing last night when i was meeting with them. Of course you ask you know. How did you hear about me or what would you call me. And they said while we know that your number one in power ranch. No one sells more than you. We get your marketing pieces and we just knew that when we were ready to sell. You're the ones that we were gonna go with so that would full statement. Yeah it's such a good feeling to be like okay. i i've done. Goodbye added listing appointment. Go on its smokey recognized for that. Yeah well it's the result a don't let anyone volume out there. It's the result of a lot of hard work yet work. This is that something you do two or three hours a week of essen idea of maybe i don't know if you work on life of quarterly basis or whatever example that you can give a typical week or month. That would help people to understand. Just how intensely you do this mo new. I think tha that point just in general most people with farming. They think while. I mailed to this neighborhood for six months and i haven't got anything so it must not be working right or i. You know two months or two weeks or whatever and that is the biggest downfall to farming people. Why they don't succeed why they give up is because they don't stay consistent with that. I can tell you. I can look at my business from when i started until now in conceived little pops and from my i like pop was after eleven months of doing it consistently. I was like well like this works. They noticed me off on it started to pay

An Amateur Detective in a Quest for Truth

MANslaughter

02:05 min | 1 year ago

An Amateur Detective in a Quest for Truth

"Sarah palin. I'm a criminal behaviorist and homicide investigator for six episodes. We've told you a story about the nineteen. Seventy shooting of former policeman verne's stored off to share a little about the story behind the story with me. Today are some of the creators and participants of the show including dorothy marsk. Vern stocks niece. She explored his death for her book with one shot. Welcome dorothy hi. Sarah how are you doing. I'm doing great dorothy. You spent years thinking about what happened in this house early. On the morning of march first nineteen seventy. Tell us about your journey. Well i'd always thought along with my family that there had been some miscarriage of justice and there were rumors floating around that. Suzanne didn't actually pull the trigger that night and we always wondered why she only spent eleven months in a hospital after confessing to murder and so shannon. I talked a lot about this. And i would say for ten years. We kept trying to figure out what happened. Suzanne and her family. We looked everywhere and this was before the internet. I traveled a lot. Every city be doing consulting workshop. Been i'd find a phone book and look for david. Briggs suzanne starbuck donna briggs to try to find any of them not realizing that most of them have changed their names until the internet came and shannon found on find a grave the grave of daniel store doc suzanne youngest son the one that my had adopted and from there she was able to piece together where they were in what their names were. So i went to tennessee against the protests of shannon. Who said you know somebody in that house murdered my father and my friend who said you can't go to tennessee. It's dangerous but i had to go. I wanted to know the truth. I wanted to know really in the beginning. Just who murdered my uncle

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Celebrations at George Floyd Square Following Guilty Verdict

NPR News Now

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrations at George Floyd Square Following Guilty Verdict

"There are celebrations in minneapolis tonight. After a jury convicted former police officer derek chauvin of murder and manslaughter. In the killing of george floyd matt of minnesota public radio reports on one of those celebrations at the intersection where floyd died last year for the last eleven months. Thirty eight th street in chicago avenue in south minneapolis has been known as george floyd square. Hundreds of people gathered here to await the jury's decision cheers erupted is judge peter. Kay he'll read the guilty verdicts off. Prosecutors are seeking prison sentence that's longer than minnesota's guidelines three other officers charged with aiding and abetting floyd's murder are due to face trial in august for npr news. I'm matt said in

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Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Chauvin convicted on all counts in Floyd death

"A Minneapolis jury has convicted former police officer Derek Chauvin on all charges in George Floyd's death Floyd died eleven months ago after Chauvin peen Disney on or close to his neck for about nine and a half minutes the now fired officer has been convicted on charges of second degree murder third degree murder and second degree manslaughter the panel of six white and six black or multiracial jurors deliberated about ten hours delivering the verdict at a courthouse surrounded by razor wire in a city full of National Guard troops Minneapolis in cities nationwide had been bracing for unrest following the case that set the country on edge forcing it to re examine racism and policing president Biden had said earlier the case was overwhelming and he hoped the jury would reach the right verdict solder AMAG ani Washington

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Interview With Jay Samit On Impact Theory

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

02:24 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Jay Samit On Impact Theory

"Everybody welcome to another episode of impact theory. I am here with a return guest. Who i think you guys are going to love the one the only jay salmon welcome j morgenthau so crazy successful entrepreneur bestselling author. And you've got a new book out called future proofing. You aunt there it is. It's blurry you're gonna wanna move it right in front of your face there. It is Dude this book is amazing So much so. It is the only book that i've ever in the forward to. I've been asked a lot And i want to start with the dedication at least as it appeared in the version that i got. Hopefully this is what you kept But here's what i saw to the reader of disrupt you who me saying that. He didn't believe anyone could become a millionaire. Your wrong nice and simple so jay. Walk us through. What is what is the buck like. What was the format. You did something. Pretty unique I happen to be fortunate enough to follow along with so again. A thousand bags writing for it was a magnificent forward. I was humbled by your words but disrupt you really was the most fun greatest amp done in my life in the fact that when you write a book to help people and they email you and you get like a love letters all over the world her one hundred and forty countries. I don't mean that. The brag i'm just like how if possible but occasionally you get an email to someone that says. This is all motivation. All i could never do it and turns out. J. has very been skin. That would eat at me. Like how am i not reaching this person. What what what could i do. More came this the idea. If you're read literature. Pygmalion mike air lady. Where could i just take somebody and one take somebody with the least amount of advantages so anybody reading his story. I'm starting off equal or better. So could i find somebody that world one welfare a millennial and mentoring one day a week three year and would it be possible fixing no capital capitol grounds. Give no money. I made no introductions. Tell what this could i get them from. Basically homeless to himself paved over there in twelve months and wreck the ending Eleven months

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How the Black Barbershops Influence Consumers

The Small Business Radio Show

04:27 min | 1 year ago

How the Black Barbershops Influence Consumers

"Today have been doing for almost a year now recording from my home to yours during the pandemic well the grooming and barbara ship industry definitely changed during covid nineteen. What does the future black small business owners in this area here to help is we'll shell. Who's the ceo and founder of willpower integrated marketing for twenty years. Wbz is an agency that serves global salon styles and barbara marketing agency offering a full range of traditional and digital marketing services. To multicultural mass in the beauty and grooming industry will welcome to the show. Thank you for having me so tell me yeah. Appreciate your being here. Tell me how. You've been faring during the pandemic which now i can't believe it's only been eleven months. Well yeah i've been fair pretty okay. We'll when it first when everything first happened the shutdown around march of last year. What happened with me is because the lifeblood of my company include a network of one hundred thousand barbara shopping for salons nationwide that although shutdown all so. That was a nice letter my business. So i had to start to figure out solutions for my clients and solutions to help the barber shops and the owners and the style is to figure out how to triage their business day. Profitable during the pandemic and don't become consumed by so much so tell us first of all about the institutional black farmers ship because for a lot of folks like me of never been to one. But i've only seen them in. Tv's or movies. Tell us about that in the barber shops. You know thinking about it this way in the shop your stylist your barber can get more out of you and fifteen minutes years you know. So why is that. Well we'll why is. Because i'm sitting in a chair and someone's putting their fingers through my hair. Why is that. What's the psychology behind that it. Kinda like You let your hair down. Your guard dow figuratively and literally. Once you sit in that chair because they they know how to comb through the obstacle in the in the hardships. They know how to rush out the anxiety when they stiff. So it's kind of like that you know. They're like the gatekeeper they bill. They're like a trusted environment that you walk into and you get this experience what happened. We're coveted because the waiting area. You can't hire like it wasn't not as many people there you you. It's hard to rearrange. You can rearrange the chair that you can't rearrange the theory that you get there but i think that would happen now is the emotional bond is even stronger and the serb that you give them is even better because you can focus one on one but them more than ever before. It's interesting because i almost think it's like friday and like someone standing behind you. You can talk about your problems. You don't have to really look at them but tell us just about the institution of the black barbershops. Because i've seen him so much on tv. It seems to be a social point of the community and has that been taken away now. You know what. I don't think it's been taken away. I think it's been in hand because remember now that kogas happing. We not only have the physical lockdown but we have the mental emotional lockdown in the shocks have already always provided that like safe space for the black. It's like the barbara soccer salon is like they ecosystem that main the black community flourish. If that's what it's like it's like the ecosystem that makes the black community flourished. It's like there. The original black twitter. You know celebrate. Celebrate your triumphs. When you come in you know you bring your children their your children into bringing their children there. And it's one of those places like a blueprint for how america should be. You may not agree on every conversation but no one's ever going to tell you that you don't belong here

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How the Black Barbershops Influence Consumers

The Small Business Radio Show

03:52 min | 1 year ago

How the Black Barbershops Influence Consumers

"Will welcome to the show. Thank you for having me so tell me yeah. Appreciate your being here. Tell me how. You've been faring during the pandemic which now i can't believe it's only been eleven months. Well yeah i've been fair pretty okay. We'll when it first when everything first happened the shutdown around march of last year. What happened with me is because the lifeblood of my company include a network of one hundred thousand barbara shopping for long nationwide that although shutdown all so. That was a nice letter. My business so i had to start to figure out solutions for my clients and solutions to help the barber shops and the owners and the style is to figure out how to triage their business day. Profitable during the pandemic and don't become consumed by so much so tell us first of all about the institutional black farmers ship because for a lot of folks like me of never been to one. But i've only seen them in. Tv's or movies. Tell us about that in the barbershops. You think about it this way in the shop. Your stylist there. Your barber can get more out of you and fifteen minutes years you know. So why is that. Well we'll why is. Because i'm sitting in a chair and someone's putting their fingers through my hair. Why is that. What's the psychology behind that it. Kinda like You let your hair down. Your guard dow figuratively and literally. Once you sit in that chair because they they know how to comb through the obstacle in the in the hardships. They know how to rush out the anxiety when they stiff. So it's kind of like that you know. They're like the gatekeeper they bill. They're like a trusted environment that you walk into and you get this experience what happened. We're coverted because the waiting area you can't hire to like it wasn't as many people there you you. It's hard to rearrange. You can rearrange the chair that you can't rearrange the theory that you get there but i think that would happen now is the emotional bond is even stronger and the serb that you give them is even better because you can focus one on one but them more than ever before. It's interesting because i almost think it's like friday and like someone standing behind you. You can talk about your problems. You don't have to really look at them but tell us just about the institution of the black barbershops. Because i've seen him so much on tv. It seems to be a social point of the community and has that been taken away now. You know what. I don't think it's been taken away. I think it's been in hand because remember now that kogas happing. We not only have the physical lockdown but we have the mental emotional lockdown in the shocks have already always provided that like safe space for the black. It's like the barbara soccer salon is like they ecosystem that main the black community flourish. If that's what it's like it's like the ecosystem that makes the black community flourished. It's like there. The original black twitter. You know celebrate. Celebrate your triumphs. When you come in you know you bring your children their your children into bringing their children there. And it's one of those places like a blueprint for how america should be. You may not agree on every conversation but no one's ever going to tell you that you don't belong here

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The most important 4-letter word in this economy: jobs

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:49 min | 1 year ago

The most important 4-letter word in this economy: jobs

"Begin with the most important four letter word in this economy it is of course j o b s jobs about which we got the january report this morning so seventeen days into a new administration thirty six days into a new year three hundred and thirty five ish days into the pandemic economy counting as we are from mid march last year. This is where things stand. Yes we added forty nine thousand jobs last month and yes. The unemployment rate is down to six point three percent but we are still nearly ten million jobs underwater from where we started and also yes. I know that was a lot of numbers. But as i believe we've mentioned a time or two and as marketplace's mitchell hartman is about to remind us numbers can tell you. Think you're too but wearing economy stance. There are a lot of numbers in monthly jobs. Report it's kind of dizzying. So i asked each of the economists. I shoot the jobs data over with today to pick just one indicator that shows where the economy is eleven months into the pandemic one number that slams you between the eyes twelve and a half million. That's kurt long. Chief economist at the national association of federally insured credit unions. And he's referring to the total number of jobs where in the whole since the pandemic hit in the jobs report. That's ten million however if we had not been going through what we've been going through the past. Nearly twelve months the economy would have kept growing and long reckons. It would have added another two and a half million jobs. Jobs needed to keep up with population growth for new high school and college. Grads immigrants new parents returning to work and a half million jobs. That's an enormous deficit of course and at the pace we're going is just not nearly fast enough to eat into that and now the number. That slams elise gould at the economic policy institute between the is three point. Nine million jobs down. That's how many jobs we are still missing in the hard hit and often poorly paid leisure and hospitality sector people who don't have an adequate safety net because their wages have been low for so long. Now let's talk about unemployment. officially that's ten million americans who don't have job and are actively looking but mark hamrick banchory says that doesn't count a lot of people who are not working because of cova danger or childcare needs. We have another thirteen million. Who are either out of the labor force and want to work or who are underemployed. Working part time. I would like to have full time work at him up. He pegs the total unemployed at about twenty three million. That's about one in seven. Americans who had a job before the pandemic started

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How solar panels are making Puerto Rico communities more resilient

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 1 year ago

How solar panels are making Puerto Rico communities more resilient

"When hurricane. Maria tore through puerto rico and twenty seventeen. It took out the island's power grid. Eleven months pass before power was fully restored in the meantime some residents went without lights or a waiter refrigerate food at home. I'll a hundred koster dodd. Rodriguez is with the nonprofit. Resilient power puerto rico. She says recovery often took longest in low income communities so her group has installed solar power and battery systems at thirty five community centers in vulnerable areas everything from schools and after school daycare centers to cultural centers. Now these centers do not have to wait for the main power plant and transmission lines to be fixed after a storm and they can help power. The recovering community for example at a farmer led nonprofit in the center of the island. In case there's a blackout than the center. Becomes a hub where community leaders can organized to provide food or have energy to power up medical equipment. Moving to clean distributed. Energy can help. Puerto rico prepare for extreme weather and address inequity at the same time.

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Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra vs. Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

"Samsung of juice. The latest galaxy. The as twenty one was eleven months ago. They brought it the as twenty. Obviously samsung is in the big battle. every year. we've apple pool. Gladys samsung is more three new devices. The s twenty one years pretty plush and the s twenty one ultra ultra has the best cameras to screen it. Also for the first issue is the rush has compatibility with the pen doesn't come with an issue. Then you buy one separately or you can use pen from your note or galaxy tablets. That are really kind for the pen. And you can buy case that has slept with. The pennington obviously has improved processor as well now has a five nanometer process which is the smallest current design processes of apple coming out with a three nanometer process later this year and the top of the line sense. On s twenty-one ultra only comes in five twelve gigabytes of storage but sixteen gigabytes iran. Which is truly incredible. I think the top of the line iphone early has six gigabytes of ram. But of course apple is very good at making you tired when it doesn't need memory but one thing that samsung did do was got rid of the este card slot microscopic cutthroat which is annoyed. A lot of people who lacked have five twelve geico one terabyte interesting qods in their phones to stall photos and videos and also even though samsung mocked apple including a charge. When it's offense twelve devices this is done the same. What about the price of the prices it starts at seven nine hundred ninety s for the galaxy s twenty one with one hundred twenty gigabytes twenty one plus starts at nine nine in the s. Twenty one ultra. That's one one nine nine in the. Us prices started started. Twelve forty nine once when the galaxy s twenty one fifteen forty nine for the galaxy s twenty one plus an eighteen forty nine hundred galaxy s from one ultra and practice if you want Models with two fifty or practical gig from the ultra

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Why We Think We Need to Hire 2 More Salespeople

Journey to $100 Million

05:07 min | 1 year ago

Why We Think We Need to Hire 2 More Salespeople

"Why we think we need to hire two more sales people in twenty twenty one americans olsen and i'm days join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company. What's happening it's eric. J olson kevin. And i have concluded that we need to more sales people at array digital in twenty twenty one to achieve our revenue goals for the year. So let me give you a little bit of background here. We ended the year with about two point. Three five million dollars annual recurring revenue. We want to get up to three point five million of annual recurring revenue by the end of twenty twenty one which is only about eleven months away and by the way if you start taking out things like two or three weeks for the holidays. It's more like ten months away. It's amazing how quickly you lose time throughout the year but we didn't analysis and what we concluded was that every single month at a rate digital our overall monthly recurring revenue increases by about two thousand seven hundred fifty dollars every month. So we sign on more deals than that but we lose. Some class may have lost. Some old classes have been with us for several years. In general on average about twenty seven fifty and what that meant to us was that if nothing else changed right now we would go from two point. Three million to about two point seven million by the end of the year. If we didn't do anything different now also. We have recently hired a second salesperson. Joe if joe doesn't those numbers the two point three two point seven that doesn't factor joe because he's just us recently started to actually sell after a period of training and having a couple of small deals if he gets up to quota the way we expect him to with a bunch of factors filled in he'll bring in about another five hundred thousand dollars of annual recurring revenue. That takes us from two point seven to about three point two. We are sort of our three point five million dollar annual recurring revenue goal. How do we go about filling that. Well there's a couple of ways we do it one is. We could just hope for the best. We did that last year and it didn't work so hoping for the best is not a great solution to this problem to. We try to run a ton of ads and get inbound traffic while running. Ads has never really produced. Anything russ which is interesting. Because we're digital marketing agency. We run on is for our clients. Most of our clients are be to see whereas we are b. two b. and we have an arguably complex and somewhat long sales process is a lot of explaining that has to happen in. A lot of reviewing auditing or whatnot is not just like buying something on amazon where you just click and and you're done. This is a much more significant commitment. That people are making on as have never really worked for us as a b. two b. company ourselves. The other way is we could market ourselves to this doubt. Marketing is what we have historically done to bring in new business. You know we do podcast. We do lunch time. Lives we do a whole bunch of in person networking events which may not come back for another year because of covid but we do a ton of marketing and brand awareness. There's really yes we could do more. Of course. it could always do more of that but we do a ton of that already. What we need to do is you know. That's an option. But it's not a great option. So you know what are already listed are not wonderful options hoping for the best advertising away out or marketing your way out the fourth option really is hire more salespeople so we concluded that's probably the best way to get this additional revenue that we want imagine that hiring people to get more revenue. Yeah that's the way business works so we want to hire at least one salesperson. We decided to hire to too because like there's a really good chance that one of them won't work out so well we want to do is bring on a couple of people at once. Train them both at the same time. Look if we hope for the best with these two people will far exceed our sales goal right if both of them are just amazing then We'll be way past three point five by the end of the year. But you know history shows that not every salesperson or even every person in the company works out. Well we don't want to do is just hire one and bank. All of our hose injuries for this resolution and getting up to this revenue goal on that one additional higher and then it just doesn't work out for some reason so we're going to hire to was basically music the backup plan so we have a job ad out on envied right now. We'll probably run it as a linked in job at as well but if you are a sales person anywhere in the united states preferably near the east coast just to align with the rest of the team's time zones. Then i'd love to hear from you if you would go

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Porzingis' big night leads Mavericks past Pacers 124-112

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Porzingis' big night leads Mavericks past Pacers 124-112

"A strong fourth quarter lifted Dallas to a one twenty four one twelve win over Indiana the mavs outscored the Pacers thirty one to twenty in the final period and shot fifty two percent for the game to snap a three game losing streak Kristoffersen guess had twenty seven points and thirteen rebounds to lead Dallas right was one of those nights where you just came easy a lot of a lot of good looks a lot of good opportunities a lot of layers of an essence and and and make those you know get those cheesy ones and and I'm glad we got the win Sir Jeremy lamb who missed the past eleven months with an ACL injury returned to action and had ten points Malcolm Brogdon led Indiana which has lost four of its last six games with twenty six points Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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"eleven months" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Dot com and just look for bid on Birmingham well this is a kind of a scary situation here the third word in my sentence here is the key when a baby stopped breathing during a protest what is a baby during a protest by the way what what what what I don't get I've seen and I'm sure you have to you see the the video of all these different protests going on around the country and look at what small children run around with these people and a baby yeah I want a baby stopped breathing during a protest in California sheriff's deputy jumped in to save him security footage shared by the LA county sheriff's department shows that the deputy Cameron Kinsey rushed to help out this eleven month old baby and his mom were at a protest in Palmdale you swallowed a coin that blocked his airway if you have babies with don't take him to protest I mean anything could happen it could erupt into craziness at any moment I mean if you're focused on a protest you really need to be towed an eleven month old with you hello I'm I guess when they're screaming people into these protests owns the there you have to check your common sense of the gate to is that the deal all right six thirty eight Alabama's morning news UP next can we talking with Boyd Matheson on John Bolton's ma'am what's and what's happening here with this is it's a you know the band delivered I mean it's in the bookstores it's called the the room where it happened and how much of this information that he's putting out there is just disgruntled garbage on how much of it is really security issues there right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Sarah and Debbie.

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"eleven months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Winner in Florida Illinois and Arizona in Tuesday's primaries as he battles Bernie Sanders for the democratic nomination for Mattingly reports a clean sweep for Joe Biden on the night very delegate rich between Florida between Illinois and now we have Arizona we're just seeing the results Sir to pop in Arizona polls close to ten we're getting the results now and the reason why C. N. N. is able to project right now search right here Maricopa county it's the largest county in the state it's a crucial state for any county for anybody who wants to win it and take a look at this margin seventy six percent reporting Joe Biden forty one point seven percent Bernie Sanders twenty nine point seven percent of Troy three automakers have agreed to partial factory shutdowns deep cleaning of equipment and longer periods between shifts to head off union demands for U. S. plant closures all due to the pandemic threat those agreements going Tuesday night after union officials spoke individually with representatives of General Motors Ford and fiat Chrysler well they've been questions about whether the New York Stock Exchange will remain open through the crisis answers from Steve Kestenbaum daily routines have been disrupted major institutions have closed but treasury secretary Steve Mnuchin said the stock market will stay open Americans should now that we are going to do everything to make sure that they have access to their money at their banks to the money in there for a one K. is sent to the money and and socks so I want to just be very clear we intend to keep the markets open he said it's possible they could shortened trading hours at some point but Americans need to know that they will not lose access to their money in banks four oh one K.'s end in stocks Steve casting down your out once a federal judge has sentenced former California Republican congressman Duncan hunter eleven months in prison after pleading guilty for stealing hundreds of thousands in campaign funds.

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"eleven months" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Of the Senate and the democratic master of the house I matching wits as they prepare for the president's trial in the Senate the yeas are two hundred and thirty Hey is stored vote but few minds changed it's a no vote on impeachment day we had like one ninety five then to nothing right eighty three percent of Democrats believe Mr trump should be impeached and removed from office as do fifty percent of independents only eight percent of Republicans do that divide is playing out in the standoff over a set a trial between two masters of political chess on Thursday house speaker Pelosi made it clear she will not formally name impeachment managers and transmit the articles to the Senate until leader McConnell unveiled the rules of the Senate trial our founders it when they wrote the constitution they suspected that there could be a real president I don't think they suspected that would have a rolled president and rogue leader and Senate at the same time Fred it looks like the prosecutors are getting cold feet Democrats want for witnesses to testify including the president's chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and former national security adviser John Bolton is the president's case so weak that none of the president's men can defend him under oath McConnell is prided himself on his iron grip on the Senate holding open a Supreme Court seat for eleven months denying Merrick garland even a hearing one of my proudest moments when I look at Barack Obama doubt I said Mister president you will not fill the Supreme Court vacancy changing Senate rules to speed the confirmation of conservative judges and holding just twenty seven roll call votes on amendments this year Democrats want to highlight that logjam believing they could make him of oil in twenty twenty congressional campaign the grim reaper grim reaper Graham reapers the grim reaper limits their spare maker I'm not a partial your issues of political process leader McConnell claim the impeachment was motivated by partisan rage this from the man who said proudly I am not impartial we kind of sits there and says we have to be impartial all of the the guys try to manipulate this for political advantage I mean at least McConnell's office McConnell also wants a speedy trial but needs to protect members up for reelection who don't want to be seen as not taking the in query seriously this was senator Susan Collins during the Clinton impeachment two decades ago I am willing to travel the road wherever it leads but in order to do that I need more evidence I need witnesses and further evidence McConnell also needs to keep Republicans skeptics of Mr trump on board I had to be talking to.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WTVN

"Hello everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one I think we can all now agree the James Comey should have been anywhere near the FBI are the US attorney's office for the department of justice he is a very sick delusional man very dangerous man takes no responsibility whatsoever for what he did or what took place under him a very sick man who for a very very long time was in very powerful positions that's not what I wanted to talk about a neighbor of mine came up to me this evening an hour before the show it said something that I thought was quite profound many of you might say well I already thought that but I had not he said to me I am convinced one of the reasons they're impeaching the president is the Supreme Court I should really what do you mean by that well the president has less than eleven months ago state against very appears to be very ill it's not wishing any thing terribly just saying what he said but he sees there's no question she is and has been and should she have to leave the band I hook up by crook they want to be able to say not only will we not allow this president to replace her or for that matter any Supreme Court justice in the remaining whatever number of months of his presidency but we will never I'll allow an impeached president to appoint anybody else to the Supreme Court whether he wins reelection or not you see what he's saying Mister Brewster isn't that interesting and I'll bet he's right I'll bet that's part of the calculation that they want to claim that they have crippled this flawless president that the Republicans wouldn't remove him from office and there is no way that the Democrats will ever agree the him making another Supreme Court appointment either the next eleven months are as I say sure to get reelected and then the four years subsequent to his first term and as I thought about that hi said Europe absolutely right that's clearly one of the reasons they're trying to do this and you can also hear them saying now there's the mantra that he has to be impeached and removed now why because we cannot trust him for the rest of his term and we cannot trust him in the upcoming next election no not to I work see rain with foreign ABC's governments markers more you're and listening should to he win ABC the next news election police to become in Cuyahoga president again county we can't wants trust to know how him thieves managed to steal as far a massive as the eye can safe see from in other the justice words center ladies and gentlemen they say it was taken they from wanted the center's to impeach cafeteria Donald Trump at some point over the weekend when he was candidate it had trump an estimated three thousand and before dollars he was inside president a woman and in so Warren now what learn we have her fate effectively after admitting is she an ongoing abandoned impeachment a full term strategy fetus in July these that Jordan was sentenced or to an ongoing five years impeachment probation mentality thirty days of the trouble county jail and three hundred hours of community service Jordan pleaded the guilty hard to left gross in this abuse country of a corpse which and two is taken counts of of the aggravated Democrat possession party of drugs in taking October over its entire the investigation body and began soul when Jordan and mind showed up at the hospital bleeding the at hard the time a nurse Marxist told dispatchers the patient told hospital staff fundamental that she transformation miscarried and left put the fetus on her property investigators say that Jordan possessed oxy code is own quite and serious morphine about what they're I'm doing Sarah lease insulate friends family and customers this of a slain is restaurant owner at are least still looking now for justice they're tonight apex a vigil of power will mark the four even month anniversary though they have a small of a minority million in a the Guerreros house they death don't control than the to Senate call on police or to find her killer the presidency Guerrero was stabbed to death in our home and what back they in do August three people when in they licking have county one of these were hospitalized leverage a government after being is attacked they use by pit them bulls to sabotage WBNS the others TV in Columbus reports when from they police controlled and the heath Senate arrive to the but home not the house one of the dogs had its jaws clamped around it was one the of the filibuster victims rule and had to be removed when they the control condition the of house the three are not not the known Senate at this time in the two pit bulls for it's put the down impeachment at the scene provision southeast Ohio native when they and control Heisman Trophy the presidency winner Joe Berle Adele and issue or one of the other is houses getting back are neither to his community after receiving his award they this legislate weekend out of the oval the Athens office county with food doctor pantry and so has forth received eighty five thousand dollars in donations and they always since the have quarterbacks their permanent acceptance partners speech on Saturday in the mass were you talked about the area's your Akhras's poverty rate a fundraiser with an initial goal with of fifty whom thousand they are attached dollars at was the hip established after bro speech and after a loss to Minnesota Ohio but I state think drops my two neighbor spots is to number correct five in the latest men's college the basketball one of the reasons Associated Press poll released today save your who was twenty third they're fell going out to impeach after losing this president to Wake Forest I'm so they Sean can say Gallagher that the smart in your smart no Democrat speaker should ever vote elect to send normal in the Senate place extend WTVN if they don't controller on her do radio control everyday it at to allow six AM him to appoint anybody else to the United States Supreme Court period now you hear the backbenchers purpose out tomorrow but you know we heard it I heard it from my neighbor right across the street but I think that's correct when you look at this house of representatives are just are look you at Congress the framers never contemplated individuals motors would run for Congress for more than a few terms in the house and of course they did run in the Senate they were pointed but the state legislatures for the most part they would never have imagined Hey Nancy Pelosi or Adam Schiff point Nadler is permanent politician can be in these one party districts they were thought that is absolutely on healthy it never entered their minds to have term limits and the other reason was the federal government wasn't where the action was the state governments that's where the action they never believe the federal government will become as powerful as it did so that would want to serve thirty forty years in the house at thirty forty years in the Senate but that's what's happened on top of that not only did the framers contemplate that when we talk about impeachment they absolutely absolutely would never have supported the bastardization of the impeachment process that we see today we know that from Madison's notes we know that from the federalist papers never and so when you look at these career politicians **** dies in the impeachment process both of those factors have gone into what's taking place today the framers never supported a permanent government in that sense they would never have believed in this massive bureaucracy it's one thing to have administrators it's another thing to have a fourth branch of government that isn't even accounted for in the constitution Donald Trump selection when against all of it now I should tell you that I am not blind to the fact what's happening now in Congress and in the executive branch is a massive spending spree massive debt you may not be aware of this but it's taking place right now has been taking place the last several weeks that the Democrats are getting an awful lot of what they want terms of spending and priorities federal employees paid family leave for three months that was not can either the the new trade bill or the spending bill so nobody in either party or any branch of government is paying any attention to the profligate spending that's going on that's another reason the Democrats and the media pursuing this endless impeachment process which has been going on now for years for years as a general matter in literally for a handful of months as a specific matter on Ukraine that's the take our eye off the ball when it comes to the growing size of the debt and the central government and to make it more more difficult for president the pushers priorities by the way as an aside you know I read a ton but study a ton to there's a lot of talk about a new conservatism everybody tries a new consider Marco Rubio's trying my man Tucker's track everybody wants to redefine conservatives you can't we defined conservatives you can redefine the marketing of conservatism P. are you could redefine tactics and strategies related to advancing the cause of conservative but you can't we define conservatism anymore than you can redefine the the declaration of independence we need you to redefine conservatism the principles that underlay conservatism the principles that underlay conservatism of the principles of our founding they can't be remade a redefined again outside of the marketing contact they are truisms truisms that's why we're conservative we have an alien of all right granted to us by god we believe in natural right to natural law as our founders did we believe that the voluntary market system it was it was March two called a capitalism first but the voluntary market system involving your own private property in your own voluntary trade with you want to sell or acquire whatever it is is inextricably linked to individual liberty and I can go on and on and on Marco Rubio can't read to find that my main Tucker can't redefined them by the way these are not criticisms this incident in engaging in a discussion again they can re market I haven't heard from Rubio have you Mr this it's amazing thing you never hear from many more except here in there he he puts out a piece on conservatism after trump the reason why massive spend is destructive if it's because it empowers politicians it empowers bureaucrats and powers government talk about draining the swamp exceeds the swap your draining resources and knowledge.

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"eleven months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Or legs up to eleven months after having a scheme extra qualified patients will receive all study related care at no cost a compensation will be provided for travel if you or a loved one qualifies call one eight five five seven six two six one seven five or visit pacey three dot org have you heard what president trump said recently news value like newsmax I like it too I like it too now you can watch newsmax TV and get the truth about trump from bill O. Reilly Mike Reagan Alan Dershowitz Pat Buchanan and more newsmax TV is America's fastest growing cable news channel now in seventy million homes by newsmax on direct TV dish Xfinity spectrum optimum files you worse than more systems C. newsmax TV today it's real news for real people California schools are including suicide prevention information on student badges issue to seven through twelfth graders suicide has become the second leading cause of death among teenagers according to the CDC which in its recent study suggests just over three thousand teens attempt suicide every year in the US the author of the new law democratic state senator Anthony port and Tino says there is a mental health crisis among our nation's teen population ninety eight percent of all students this information won't be necessary but that one cohort of students where might say one life we should try to say that one life there was no opposition but concerns that in some teens this might put suicide in their heads to which supporters respond but it puts the prevention information in their hands Jim Roop Los Angeles organ now has with advocates are calling the nation's most progressive paid family and medical leave measure the longest twelve weeks paid time off to new parents victims of domestic violence and those.

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"eleven months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Legs up to eleven months after having a scheme extra qualified patients will receive all study related care at no cost a compensation will be provided for travel if you or a loved one qualifies call one eight five five eight two one four eight zero nine or visit PI C. three dot org CDW we get from there's something going around the office it's smart to work away from the office isn't tight that's why you should have seen W. orchestrate a mobility solution using a Lenovo ThinkPad four eighty with Intel eight generation core processor view productive everywhere even out of the office when her parents outside her hi fi orchestration by CDW people who find out more at CDW dot com slash Lenovo client have you heard all the companies out there claiming they can help you with your back taxes most or all talk and get no results Larson tax relief we take your taxes where our mouth is call us at eight four four Larson tax if you owe twenty thousand fifty thousand or more waiting will cost you more money before the IRS starts tapping your bank accounts for garnish your wages call Larson tax relief today we help thousands just like you and get back on track with the IRS eight four four Mar syntax we help people and businesses middle back taxes pay as little as possible it's our specialty it's our job all you have to do is pick up the phone or check Larson tax relief dot com we're family owned and operated and rated eight plus with the better business bureau we're so sure we can help we offer you a money back guarantee call Larson tax relief today eight four forms Marcin tax eight four four Larson tax.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The one place for dissent we have voices we won't be sign controls my voice nobody real news real honest opinion the six eighty WCBS news time three minutes past five o'clock thirty two Howard County schools had levels of lead in the water exceeding federal standards the county seventy seven schools were tested this past year as part of a state mandated review the eleven month old granddaughter of a woman struck by a car and killed in the parking lot of the target store in Owings mills has been released from the hospital the woman behind the wheel has been charged so far with driving without a license Baltimore county officials warning residents of automated phone calls asking for donations and pledges of support for the volunteer firefighters association officials say the robo calls do not send money to any local fire departments a White Plains man faces more than three decades behind bars for his role in the crash that killed three children and oxen hill twenty seven year old Thomas Hawkins admitted being drunk after leaving a red skins game last December police identified the victim of a fatal hit and run on the VW parkway in Glen Burnie forty one year old stored A. R. Johnson junior was changing a tire on a bus when he was struck by a passing vehicle sports in a moment thanks.

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"eleven months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Antonio and heart radio station. nato the first democratic presidential debates now over and done with miami healthcare taking the spotlight again especially when n._b._c. moderator savannah guthrie asked all the candidates if they would give healthcare to undocumented immigrants all of them said yes candidate in south bend mayor pete food adjudge our country is healthier when everybody is healthier fellow candidate and california congressman eric swale well telling fox news even the part of the bible where the weary traveler going from jerusalem to jericho is help to not turned away president trump who's on the other side of the world at the twenty summit in japan he sent out a tweet saying all democrats just raise their hands for giving millions of illegal aliens unlimited health care how that taking care of american citizens i away i local news ellis county is investigating the death of a baby in a hot car the sheriff's office says mia veiga's died a week ago in the town of bardwell it's not known how long the eleven month old was left in the vehicle no charges have been filed yet ester turner extremely late it over the u._s. supreme court's decision to toss us citizenship question from the census the mayor says the question would be detrimental to houston's effort to do outreach in immigrant communities is a court ruled yesterday the question did not need to be on the twenty twenty senses frisco man is admitting his role in a murder for hire scheme involving his girlfriend stephen brown quay pleaded guilty to murder yesterday for the twenty fifteen death of richard more the victim was the husband of brockway girlfriend who's also charged in the case brockway is planning to testify against the woman next month i'm eric sarb from the way i traffic center a nice try early morning our nature wrecks or salt the ical slowing you down and traffic moving along at the posted speeds overnight construction zones to be aware of highway ninety eastbound thirty five that right lane is closed also some maintenance work along i ten westbound at free of st blamed brooks newsradio twelve W. O. A. seasonably hot weather the next couple of days.

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"eleven months" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Treatment plans for potential locations coming out of the eleven month long outbreak in northeast DRC before the close. The Dow was down fourteen points at twenty six thousand forty eight. This is NPR news from K, Q, E news. I'm Alex Helmick California and nine other states are suing to block the multibillion dollar merger of telecom. Giants T mobile and sprint state attorney general heavier bizarre is leading the antitrust lawsuit. He says Sprint's acquisition of t mobile would lead to higher phone service prices in California, g mobile and sprint already provides service here in California, and more than thirteen million people. And if they merge, the new company would have more than fifty percent of the market share, in some parts of our great state becera says the merger would especially hurt low income communities. T mobile and sprint did not respond to requests for comment. The companies have previously said the merger will help them provide faster and cheaper services, San Francisco. Health officials say a plan to provide universal mental health care to all city residents could cost close to half a billion dollars a year. K cuties April Dembosky reports Maryland and breed asked the department of public health to estimate the cost of the proposed mental health SF the agency looked at the number of San Franciscans with mental health issues, who are so far not getting services through the city. If a quarter of them sought help in the new program could cost four hundred fifty million dollars a year. The supervisors proposing the measure asked the city's budget and legislative analysts for its cost estimate. The analysts office predicts the program will cost seventy million dollars a year. That report had no estimates for the number of people needing services and said costs could be higher. Once the actual case loads were better known..

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"eleven months" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"For eleven months, and they have not been able to hand him over because my nephew who lives in the United States. Does not have his papers in order that is why? Here's a risk who will be detained in the United States. Is it worth it? We'll run the risk that we would do anything for children. The Republican party of West Virginia has come under fire after an Islamophobe poster linking Minnesota, congressman Ilhan, Omar to the nine eleven attacks with seen it a Republican event at the state capital Friday, the poster shows the attack on the World Trade Center with the words never forget. You said above the photo below is a photo of congress member Omar who is one of the first two Muslim women elected to congress last November. With the words, I am the proof. You have forgotten written underneath her photo. The West Virginia house of delegates condemned the poster and said, it was investigating the matter the house houses, principal law enforcement official and Lieberman resigned. After a delegate accused her of calling all Muslims terrorists, Omar responded to the poster via Twitter Friday, writing, quote, no wonder why I'm on the hit list of a domestic terrorist and assassinate Ilhan, Omar is written on my local gas stations. Look. No further the GOP's anti-muslim display likening me to a terrorist rocks and state capitals. And no one is condemning them the US and South Korea have canceled their upcoming annual joint military exercises in a move that's likely to ease tensions with North Korea, which views the exercises as a provocation. The move comes days after the highly anticipated summit between President Trump and Kim Jong UN fell apart without a deal or any substantial progress made on dismantling North Korea's nuclear arsenal. The US and South Korea will instead engage in much smaller scale and less publicized drills. Trump said canceling the massive military exercises will save the US hundreds of millions of dollars as tensions between India and Pakistan appear to stabilize over the weekend. Ground fighting on Friday and Saturday killed at least five civilians and two soldiers in the disputed Indian-administered region of Kashmir, according to local reports some residents of Pakistani border towns in line of fire. Fled leaving shelling in the heaving shelling in the area seeking safety in nearby. Makeshift shelters on Friday, the pilot of a downed Indian aircraft which released by Pakistan and effort to ease tensions between the two nuclear powers after. India carried out airstrikes inside Pakistan Tuesday for the first time since nineteen seventy-one Pakistan resumed some flights over the weekend after temporarily shutting down its airspace last week with a full resumption of flights expected from today in the West Bank is really forces shot three Palestinians after a car reportedly rammed into an Israeli military vehicle Monday near the city of Ramallah. Israeli reports said two Palestinians involved in the car ramming were killed by his rally. Fire while a third Palestinian was injured Venezuelan opposition leader self-proclaimed. Interim president one quite DOE announced. He will return to Venezuela after visiting several Latin American nations over the past week to rally support for his leadership and the ousting of sitting President, Nicolas Maduro. Why do who risks arrest upon his return as called for fresh protests against the Venezuelan government in Washington Post interview, Sunday, why does said his arrest by the dodos government would amount to a coup d'etat? And Algieria protests continue over the weekend after embattled President Abdelaziz Bouteflika campaign confirmed he.

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"eleven months" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

05:50 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"First of all you have to log onto SSH dot gov to get your award letter because they don't send those in the mail anymore. Right. We don't get the paper statements in the mail anymore from social security, they stopped doing that. So you got to set up an account at S s. Dot gov. If you're not familiar with that. But if you bring in your award letter, what we can do is we can implement the information into our system in a printout of twenty one page report regarding social security, if you and your husband, husband and wife, if it's a single it doesn't matter. It's going to give you different strategies in options to read about so that you can make decision on when to elect your social security now, let's talk about social security for a minute here early retirement is sixty two years of age. Right. So that's that's the first opportunity. We have to elect our social security and then full retirement age of sixty six right, right? Or for those born after nineteen six right, exactly. Sixty seven yet today. And then seventy years of age is what we would call maximizing social security. So they say, but what's funny is it I can't I have no rival reason for why this is, but even called the social security administration and asked them and stop by with my social security handle is her and asked him why this is but a gentleman told me he wanted to maximize the social security as seventy years of age and said, I'm take it on my seventieth birthday. So well, let me just run this. So we can look at the strategies, and it actually it vies Tim to take it at sixty nine eleven months in twelve days to maximize social security, and I didn't know the answer to why that was right. I really didn't. And I still don't know the answer to why that is because I can't get anybody to respond, but I told him this is when you're supposed to take your social security, according to our analyzer, and I believe in the analyzer and social security had agreed with a agreed with what I had. Sent it to them. But what I'm getting at here is this you have to really focus on win is the time excuse me to take the social security. It's not, you know, hey, I'm going to maximize it I'm going to defer to seventy well, you gotta think about all the years that you're not taking social security. So if you took early retirement, sixty two. And you're taking I'm sorry. If you don't take any ticket at seventy you look at the number of what it was would it could have been at sixty two that's eight years of that you could have an earning income and also potentially investing that money and making money on that money as well. Right. So I mean, I've over these past eight nine years of we that we've had with this bullish market. If you would have elected to take social security invested that money because you didn't need it the returns. I mean, we've had over a two hundred and fifty percent return over the past nine years, right? You would have made a lot of money on that social security. On the flip side, if you don't feel like the market's gonna perform your social security does roll up on a compounding per at at seven percent every year, you defer it. So there's a lot of things that you have to look at if you're currently not taking social security because it's a huge part of your retirement. It's a huge part of your retirement. So this is something that interests you and you want us to run a social security analyzer for you. All you have to do is call us up and eight five five three one eight eight three eight seven we're gonna do this for the next. I think I think victorious ever going to do this for the next ten callers that call in. We're going to give him the social security analyzer at no cost, no obligation. Come in you, bring your word letters will run the social security analyzer for you. We'll go through it with you. Like, I said, it's a twenty one page document. And we'll we'll see what's best for you. The other thing you got to think about what social security is life expectancy. You know, my father. He doesn't think that he's the kind of guy. You know, he's a diabetic, right? He's type one diabetic. And he doesn't think he's gonna make eighty five years of age. I don't I don't believe that. I think he's got nine lives. Okay. I think my dad's gonna be kicking still ninety five I hope so. Yeah. Because he looks like he's about forty five at seventy two. So we'll see what happens. We like we said we can't predict the future, but he elected to take social security right away. Because he he doesn't think his life expectancy is going to be very long because that's something you really have to take into consideration. Because if you defer social security to age seventy in order to catch up for all those years you lost her not taken at age, sixty two. It'll take you to about age eighty two to rekindle the money that you didn't take between sixty to an age seventy. It's about eighty two years of age before you actually catch up to the money that you didn't receive during that period of time. And then after that, obviously after eighty eighty one eighty two. You know, you're you're you're really in the in the green making it was it was a good decision. But if you pass away at seventy five and you liked it at seventy well, no you lost a lot of money in social security. Right. So this is something you just really have to make sure you make a good decision on. It's not a spontaneous decision to elect social security. It's not you don't just say, let's just turn it on. It took thirty forty fifty years of work, however, long you worked to build up this model money you need to make an educated decision on when you're gonna take it. So like, I said, it's the social security analyzer is something that interests you give us a call.

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"eleven months" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Diagnosed with meningitis, and she's eleven months old. She's going to run a half marathon. And she's gonna English accent in bath England. No one else has any excuse. So I'm going to send the story to myself, and when I have leg day tomorrow, and I wanna lay there on the ground and not do it. I'm just going to look at the story and shame myself into doing working harder. Moving on down the line here, California, the land of one thousand laws that is just this year says the hill. The author's. Last name is snowball. I just fascinated by that. So actually just to California legislature in this last year, they had one thousand and sixteen new laws. How how do you need? How do you need a thousand and sixteen new laws? They passed that last year most take this year. How in a year's time? Like, for instance, they have the requirement that only milk and water will be published as beverage options on Kidman using sit down restaurants, and you no longer automatically offer customers, plastic straws. That's yeah. The second example of some of the laws that they have a thousand and sixteen new laws in essentially is what you're saying. Yeah. I mean who sits around and has the time to come up with all of that stuff. I mean that is amazing to me. Absolutely amazing. So coming up in addition to their crazy new policy on abortion. Democrats have come up with a brand new slogan to replace believe all women. We'll have that for you. Also, some more. I think good good cuts from the presidential from the state of the union last night and the framing for twenty twenty. If you're a regular listener, you've been hearing me talk about Keltec and all the reasons why they're more of my personal favorites. I know from experience that seeing is believing. So I want to speak directly to all of.

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"eleven months" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"Remember about a year ago when that self-described sex coach claimed from the confines of Thai prison to have insider information on the Trump campaign and Russia working together. Remember while she's out of prison and in Moscow and CNN's Matthew chance caught up with her. And it seems Ladimir Putin's agents might have also caught up with her. He remarkable this self-styled sex coach is still willing to talk, but eleven months in a Thai jail that she describes as hell has made nastier ripka even more convinced of the value of publicity. Do you regret making those claims that you made about the evidence you said you had of Russia and the Trump campaign colluding g regret that I think it's saved my life. How can I regret about that? Because if journalists not count at the time and that story not come to newspapers. Maybe I will I die. Now. These are the images that got into trouble her an a Russian billionaire Oleg Dera Pasca who's close to Russian President, Vladimir Putin and the Kremlin on his y'all to in twenty-six. There was another figure photograph to a Russian deputy prime minister sparking allegations. This was a secret meeting to pass on Trump campaign briefing If there. there. When he was headed from the company. Gawk at he'd been offered private briefings by his former business associates and Trump campaign. Chad will manifold night behind BAAs convicted of financial crimes in the special counsels. Russia investigation. Meanwhile in Thailand, the sex coach promised even more details. You said I'm ready to give you all the missing puzzle pieces, videos and audio regarding the connections of respected lawmakers with Trump Manafort and the rest, why didn't you say that after that? I was almost one year in prison for me really enough. I understand mostly of your question is about Alexandra Pasqua about connection of American something like that. But I cannot answer. You should understand me. This was the welcome waiting for the twenty eight year old when she finally returned to most go earlier this month forced into a wheelchair and dragged away terrified all the evidence. She wants had told me confiscated and once behind Russian vase. He was given a stock warning the whole being unexpectedly. I have some talk when I was in jail in Russian jails, and they explain me very very clear. What should I do? What should I say? And what should I should? I say something about to Russian Russian agents. What did they say to you? They said to me don't that Allen do Pasqua anymore touch jetted risk replacing that type risen with a cell in Russia. Well, this nasty ripka is still Jake very much under the threat of prosecution. She's a suspect in a prostitution case in as you could be yanked back into prison that he moments she's also very realistic, which talks about the physical threats against this country member that has a chequered record or strong record rather of silencing thorns in the side or critics like her at the same time. She's also somebody who is a self publicist and who says what she thinks people want to hear. And she she's midst as much it's going into a lot of trouble, Jake a perplexing story. Matthew chance thank you so much. Really? Appreciate it. Let's take this story broader and talk about the US Russia relationship, more geographically political. Geographically, take a listen to CIA director Tina Hass boat. Earlier today testifying..

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"eleven months" Discussed on Dentist Money

Dentist Money

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Dentist Money

"I think the comment was something I said to you a couple of weeks ago ended December twenty eighteen December was probably in ten years of this crew. Maybe the most stressful month of my whole life. Really? Yeah. I think I can relate. I mean, it was it was it was tough. And the crazy thing is it's not because markets were doing something. They don't normally do on average for the last century US markets drop at some point a year. Ten percent on average every eleven months. We're not talking about some like crazy thing. It's just I guess at this point of God a lot of people I work. There's a lot of emotional human beings normal people around the country who have my cell phone, and I love that life. Yeah. But that adds. Up when a lot of those people have my cell phone in Phil they got they got express they get event a little bit. Yeah. It's interesting. You know? And I and I mean, we love this job. I love working with clients. But that isn't a it's an emotional. It's very responsibility that you voluntarily take on to help people work through how they're feeling during periods of time like this, and what I was going to say some of the comments you're talking about here. Some of them are like you like you said, they're feeler questions. There's putting this out. I'm gonna make a statement and see what recess or I'm going to say something that might not even be true. But it feels like really emotional. I just want to vent and say, I want to see what recess is Reese is Reese the flight attendant, that's panicking and the turbulence are you heading for your seat and your seatbelt to you. Because you look to that person. You're like, oh crap. They're going to or is like is he fine. What's he gonna say one some of the challenges? I think that there's a major everyone. Assumes that their financial advisor at some point is making an absolute killing. Yeah. And that somehow they're getting screwed. It's the way patients feel about dentists. I mean, you hear this from dentists to patients think and staff of dentists think like oh that dentists the he's got money just like falling out of his pockets left. And right. He doesn't even care even care. He's so low let it doesn't even matter anymore. And and the fact that see we get paid like for us. It's really complicated. We feel like our fee structure is the best fee structure, you could possibly pick. It's the most objective. We think it's the most rational, we think it encourages the most competency on the other end of the phone when you hire someone you're going to make sure that you have the right incentives in place, but we get paid to manage money. All right. And we're giving advice about money and the payment mechanism is the money that we're managing. I mean, it's an emotional journey. Yeah. For people when they are. Have skepticism about the fact that you're a financial person, and you're getting paid by me to manage my money, and my money's going down. Yeah. And you're still getting paid like Edger loaded, and you're loaded just killing it. And I'm gonna tell my wife, anyway, it's a it's a it's a very emotional thing. So so here's what I worry about in the point of today's we want to explain. That some of these comments that we heard man I saved a ton of money, but the market basically wiped out man, my my entire year's worth of savings just disappeared. All this would have been better if I wouldn't invested money at all this year. I gotta stop investing until things get better. These are very common themes that are happening all the time. Yeah. That we hear and I think it reflects a very fundamental misunderstanding of how investments actually work because these comments reflect and understand an inaccurate understanding of what actually happened in the last twelve months. Yeah. Yeah. Very inaccurate understanding and we're going to start by telling. Oh, yes. A very good story your roots. This is a story that I think everyone will be able to relate to all right? Yeah. So our man are Manhattan audience right now on the edge of their seats. They're going to really get close to this story. The guys in Florida in Miami. Or something ranching in Florida. There really is some ranch inflow one of the first jobs. They had grown up. I was will call it a ranch hand..

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"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on WLAC

"Eleven month old baby with glass, the suspect has not been arrested a gallatin teenager who's been Issing for more than a month has been located in Alabama sixteen year old Dylan Reginald, allegedly escaped the volunteer youth facility on December fourteenth, his disappearance led to a T. I endanger child alert and freedom from religion has some issues with a prayer service for governor elect Bill Lee, the foundation sent a letter to Lee and his transition team saying the federal and state constitutions dictate the governor may not insert religious rituals into government, sponsored events the latest, Fox News timesaver, traffic and Weather Channel. Forecasts are always just minutes away on talk radio ninety eight point three fifteen ten W L A C. Fox news. I'm Steve rappoport. President Trump grounding in aircraft for house speaker Nancy Pelosi's trip overseas this after she called on the president to postpone his state of the union address because of the government shutdown. The reason why the White House declined or postpone is they're putting it Nancy Pelosi and her congressional delegations use military aircraft is because had she gone on this trip. She would have guaranteed that eight hundred thousand federal workers would not receive their second paycheck. Fox's John Roberts at the White House. A judge acquitting three Chicago police officers accused of trying to cover up the twenty fourteen police shooting of a black teenager prosecution's case centered on discrepancies between dash Cam video. And what the officers wrote in the reports similar to the second degree murder conviction of former police officer Jason Van Dyke who sentencing comes down on Friday. Fox's Jeff monosso in Chicago..

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"eleven months" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

State of the Union with Jake Tapper

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on State of the Union with Jake Tapper

"Going back eleven months all of what you said is true. That is the history of how we got here. My point is eventually the American people get sick of talking about how we got pregnant. We're having a baby let's figure it out. We're not there yet. The polling shows were not the polling shows the American people have decided Donald Trump is. Monsell? They might get sick of all of this going back in history and how we got here. So I want to just Scott show, you some polling. I know you say the president doesn't care about bowling. I don't know that I believe that. But even so I know you care about polling and here look at this because there's a Rosen in in President Trump's base with white voters without a college education, the president's approval rating has dropped nine points just since December just in terms of his job approval rating in one has to think that that this shutdown has to have figured in that at least to a degree. Yes. Some of this is I think within the margin of error. There's a higher margin of error to get these sub co works. But yeah, you don't wanna see your numbers going down. You know, that's true, by the way. But I suppose reminded six point eight percent, I'm moderately proficient mass, so I can count. But but the reality is you don't wanna see it going the wrong way. And what I think the president has come to the conclusion of his if I've been on my motivating item. This is what motivated me into the race. That's what got me the nomination as well one may the presidency if I band on border security than this is going to get even worse so carrying ticket. Listen, the fact is that there are Democrats who who support adding some new barriers to the border Senator Mark Warner not among them. Apparently when I asked him to get morning, but here's congresswoman Katie hill talking about what she might vote for on the border. I will vote for some money for physical barriers. It's not going to be. It's not going to be across the entire two thousand mile stretch. And it's certainly not going to be a concrete wall. But it will be part of a package. I can almost bet on it. I mean, he's a new she's a freshman member from California. So this my new show of this is where I agree with SE, this minutia of okay, we're going to do some border in this section, but not that section and we're going to rebuild here. And we're going to strengthen it there. That's the part where I think the American people are they're sick of that. But I think they're very clear as the poll shows, and and by the way, yes, Democrats are for border security, but they're not going to give him this money for the wall. They'd been very firm about that. But I think there's something else going on here in these polling numbers. What people understand your rights? Got this is how he won race baiting. That's what this wall represents. And that was what the speech this week represented this represent that is how Donald Trump won the highest indicator. People who voted for Trump was fear of other. Fear of racial changes and sexism, so yes, he's gone back to he's in trouble on the Russia's on the Russian investigation. So he's gone back to that hitting over and over again, the one thing that he knows his base fired up and ready for him..

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"eleven months" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"eleven months" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Like, your whole body body is just not the same. Yeah. And I'm glad you're having sex though, in your actually eleven months after like, I thought you were going to say, oh, we haven't been able to have sex. But to me, I would just talk to your doctor. There's so many things going on right with hormones, you still breastfeeding. No, I thought okay. You drinking a lot of water could be dehydration. You might be exhausted. I mean water is miracle. I'm telling you like I can feel it when. Yeah. I mean, it could just be extra. Also. Here's the other thing. Are you exercising in any other way? No. All right. I need to get back into right, right? So your heart rates up. And it's literally you're panting. You're doing something that you haven't probably done in a while. So that might happen. If you went to the gym as well, so definitely get checked out by your doctor for sure, but it sounds like this isn't common. Like, I thought, you know, sometimes it's hormones, but this just sounds like he might be a little out of shape right now. So drink water get yucky. You know, but I would keep having the sex. That's what I think do some exercise at home too. You know, there's some great exercise video twenty minutes. You know? Yeah. Any advice for like barking up again? Yeah. You know, what I love the you said was things were so hot in the beginning. Because that's great because me a lot. And that it was up right before the baby you can tap back into that stuff. So do you. Remember, what were some of those things like to spice, it up would be you know, it's such a case-by-case basis. But I think it's either talking about your fantasy. Stuff that you've been wanting to try the haven't yet getting some sex toys in the mix are so fun. If you've ever tried toys some giving each other. Chemists toys great. If intellectually go, we don't need it like, it's a prop. No. It's something extra. It's a little bit. It's fun. We've got great fighter site. Yeah. Just mean, honestly, like talking dirty watching porn together lick one of these things would probably I'm sure would spice it up remembering, you know, recalling some things you guys do in the past and talking about it like member that time we blink. That can be really hot too. Okay. Thank you very much. So welcome. I'll be your few top T later. Thanks, John for just take it, easy drinks tomatoes, some working out. Thanks for listening. Okay. We have Dan who is fifty nine and Florida, and he has always wondered why he enjoys sharing his wife with other men. All right. Hey, dan. Thanks for calling. Hello. Hello, dan. I'm here for you. I'm here. It's early. Can you? Why I enjoy sharing the wife and look forward to it. And she does as well. But I just thought you know to be normal. Maybe I shouldn't Fisher. Remember, the only normal thing about saxes at like literally nothing that that that we're all going to have questions, and we're not normal. I've come to that fact that that there. There's always going to be something you're Dan, that's com comment, or there's many men who enjoy that that have their wife. It's called cuckolding..

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