3 Burst results for "Ematic Lee"

"ematic lee" Discussed on Yahoo Finance

Yahoo Finance

05:33 min | 7 months ago

"ematic lee" Discussed on Yahoo Finance

"On their financial Spectrum. I mean you still do have this wind in your face Michelle with you know, people talk about the retail apocalypse and even leaving covid-19. A as a physical store. Yeah, that is that's a great question. It's a big question. I mean clearly covered for Ematic Lee accelerated digital adoption. Right? I mean some would say five plus years what it typically would have would have taken across all demographics. And you know, we're always going to go where the customers so we're leaning. In fact that I think the power Kohl's is really about this omni-channel Force like I spoke about so how we can link the digital acceleration with our strong stores, but we're starting from a very good place and he's so to your point you do see what's happening. You see brick-and-mortar closing, you know, there's been numbers thrown out there like twenty thousand stores. Even this year are going to be closed. We have close to 1,200 stores and they're healthy. So 99% ninety-nine percent of them are cash flow positive 90% of them are generating over a million dollars of cash home. And so every time I look at this, it's like no we're starting from incredible place. We we are always rigorously evaluating our stores but you know an important factor that I think isn't spoken enough about is that you know, where we have a store are digital sales around the store actually increase. So it's more it's the brand relevance. I have complete confidence and conviction that even in this digital acceleration. There's going to be a role for stores, you know, the day we that we open our doors back. I mean she kind of people anxious to come in now. Yes, they're seeing Plex. He's our Associates are in masks they're coming in and mass but they want to get out of the house. They want to engage they want cover product and you know discovering product online is different than discovering product in a store where you can just sort of see something and it captures your attention or your imagination, but I do think dead. The bar has been raised for how a brick-and-mortar operator don't performs how they operate and you know clearly there's a new safety protocol. You've got a message that up and ideally exceed the customer's expectation. That's not going to go away even in a year's time. And I think that's kind of a long tail to it perhaps permanently and then if someone's making a decision to come to the store, you better be on your A-game, right? So the products you sell being even more curated on what you're offering both offering that dependability but also important thing that that Discovery but customers like I said, they're they're still they're still a human need to want to get out of your house and in-game engine ways to do that but shopping I you know that's sort of court of society..

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"ematic lee" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

05:15 min | 8 months ago

"ematic lee" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"So it is interesting here because the quarterbacks are almost neutralized against the team like the Patriots because you know, they don't really have outside threats for these guys to have to lock down. This is how the Patriots would always when they would go against Revis with New York. They just put some you know, you know hump out there and just let Revis chase them around they have no intention of throwing to them anyway, so but this is going to be a tough one to just run it down their throat. It's a really Stout defense. I think we need more from cam next week if the Patriots are going to are going. Mm. Yeah. I mean, I guess it depends on what kind of Defense of performance you get from New England right anything like the Superbowl did a couple of years ago, then you probably don't need to throw the ball whole lot more but and again golf might still be seeing those gifts. Okay, because that that was not a pleasant experience for him, right? Correct. And and this is I think we'll have be a very big kind of juice tub game for Jared Goff and Sean McVay and you kind of worry not to get too much into birth. As but if you're if you're a ram fan, I would worry about them being too Juiced up. You know, how do they get a little bit too much in their heads about the Revenge from the Superbowl and all that kind of stuff. But in terms of the passing game and do that anymore, they certainly need money than sixty nine yards out of their passing game and a little ways but I think that ultimately but I want to see him is to hit the throes when the throes are open, even if they only throw the ball eighteen thousand times a game when he's got an open receiver. He needs to be able to hit it and I think two more times not in the last couple of weeks we can have not be able to hit Jacoby my coming across the field or a ball a little bit late or a little bit off to a running back or the ball is a little bit late at the mirror bird on the Deep. All those are the sort of the opportunities and it's a very small sort of margin for error because he's only throwing the ball 18 times worse, you know, three or four misses out of 18 throw is that can be the difference between sixty nine yards and 160 and that's a big difference. You know, that's a substantial talking point. And I think that that's ultimately wage. Need to understand can they run the football this effectively against everyone or is are we going to get into a Houston situation where teams are just going to put nine guys in the box and they not in they're not able to run the football. I thought Josh McDaniels today kind of reacted to that nicely knowing okay. We're going to get eight or nine in the box. So if we're going to run the football then we gotta do something Ematic Lee to be able to take a back the numbers advantage or be able to.

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"ematic lee" Discussed on Morgellons Discussion

Morgellons Discussion

05:58 min | 11 months ago

"ematic lee" Discussed on Morgellons Discussion

"Hey, what's up more keys and more guts. It's your boy Jeremy. And today we're going to talk about chronic syphilis. It's saw a study that came out. A couple of years ago, but I didn't pay it any attention because I was wrapped up in the Lyme disease and everybody was talking about what I should be study it was and so I just never looked at it hm V, but I took another look at it today and it says right there that if syphilis is allowed to run rampant Beyond appropriate treatment, then it can become a chronic Affliction. This is it right there in the paper so I can understand why people in the lime disease Community were pretty upset at the notion of the potential that syphilis can be chronic and let me just say this, okay. Syphilis ain't no joke. Okay. And by the way, I don't have any evidence that I have at when I say I may have been exposed to it off. You know, it's possible that my dad had it. Maybe I was born with it. I just don't know have a lot of reasons to believe that or think that rather cuz I try to think more than believe. But you don't often think about Lyme disease riding your face off, right, but when you think about syphilis, that's kind of the first thing that comes to mind isn't it off? So it seems to me I don't know. If the numbers are telling us that there are four times as many syphilis patients out there than line patients. Okay, and it's definitely not a race, but I think there's a lot more attention should be given towards education because I had no idea. I had no idea that that syphilis could still be a problem. and I didn't realize that the test for syphilis were also kind of Insensitive especially in regards to the initial infection stage and the late tertiary stage is when the syphilis testing serologic testing of course will produce a most likely a false negative. Meaning the test says it doesn't look like your immune response just showing that you have an active infection, but they're not going in and doing the biopsy and then culturing that bacteria which we can do now, by the way, we do have a culture month for syphilis. And that's as far as I understand is cool with the CDC. So I think we had to put that in the doctor's office and you know, since you can get syphilis by the oral sex, even I think it's important to do to test people for it, especially since you know, like I was talking about yesterday the Chinese man who in fact His entire family with by letting his kid his sons in middle age son uses razor blade. It's so easy to get and that Grandpa the initial primary guy. Yeah, he he was going off to brothels by the way, but he was a sympathetic where his wife Grandma had all sorts of skin issues. She had the plaque she had sores. She had stuff on her trunk. I mean she had syphilis obviously off Grandpa was asymptomatic. They they couldn't even tell until the rest of the family started going downhill and if they can do that with just the razor blade man. That's a pretty easy to catch disease and I think it deserves a lot more attention than it's getting and what I'm afraid of what I'm concerned about cuz I'm not really afraid about it. I'm just concerned that a lot of people are going to have syphilis but think that it's lime disease because of all these industries that are built up around Lyme disease. Yeah Lyme disease is a serious issue and it's not taken seriously enough, but it's not the answer when the doctor can't figure out your problems automatically. It should not Ematic Lee go back to life should automatically go back to the great imitator syphilis Cassopolis more often than a mimic slime on serologic screens. So and that may be enough for a doctor to diagnose lyme disease. You know, oh you're you're CDC two tiered standard test came back positive. You've got Lyme disease, but that same result could potentially elicit Joseph Ellis infection. I think more easily though. It can elicit a Epstein-Barr Virus Infection. I'm not sure how that works. And I would like to take a little bit more time to research that wage act at some point or the other but I do think that there's way too much focus on Lyme disease, especially trying to make it out to be some kind of a superbug. You know, it does do some nasty things, but it won't rot your face off syphilis will rot your face off. That's right. All right guys just going to be a sword episode cuz I got to do the cat sitting but we'll catch up with you after a while be safe careful out there..

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