35 Burst results for "February Nineteenth"

The Abduction of Jody Plauche

The First Degree

02:50 min | Last month

The Abduction of Jody Plauche

"And as the placebo has got more and more involved re karate. Jeff became more and more of a fixture in the families orbit. You have to remember. Jeff is only twenty four. He's a young guy and he doesn't know anyone in baton rouge so we're sure. He's thrilled that his family is welcoming him in and he's getting the sense of community that most people crave jody's parents were thirty. Nine year olds. Gary in june and they really liked jeff in the boys saw him sort of like an uncle figure. One particular time jody's at gary brought jeff home with them for family dinner and gave him spare clothes to change into and after that jeff would start bringing the boys home from karate he would take them tournaments as well as other fun activities connected to the fight team. There was real trust built between jeff in that family but on february nineteenth nineteen eighty-four that trust would be shaken to the core was january nineteenth. Nineteen eighty-four it was a sunday morning. He asked my my little border. Cork this is how close this family had become far each other's cars and things like that jeff told jody's mom that he didn't have his car because his brother dropped him off and that he needed his car because of some business dealing with having to do with down with his brother. So jody's mom. June said sure or the car. Jeff said he'd have the car back soon and then he laughed but he brought jody with him. They did meet up with. Jeff's brother. Mike in port arthur but it definitely wasn't to conduct any business. We drove out to his brothers. Mike house grab some clothes and sleeping bag and other stuff and we took my mother's call from gonzales. Louisiana support arthur texas and. That's where his mother and sister live. That's where he was from. Okay so why. The hell is jody with jeff on this excursion. And what exactly is going on here. Here's jody on what happened next. We say we just sunday night. And then the next day we went to another port louisiana looking for money basically. We didn't have any money. Okay so let's unpacked. Some of what is going on here. Jeff borrowed the car belonging to the mom of a little boy. He teaches karate to he said little boy with him but they don't go where they said that they were going the grab clothes and camping equipment and then jeff takes jodi out of state and we assume that right now alarm bells are probably going off in your head and have been for some time. Now they're going off and ours too but remember it's nineteen eighty four and it's unclear at what point jody's parents would have realized that jodi was actually missing and it's not like jeff had a cell phone that they could call at anytime of the day so at this point. Just imagine the paralyzed state of jody's family. Who do you call. would you do. And how the hell do you track down your kid

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Kanye Agrees With Kim on Joint Custody in Divorce Response

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

Kanye Agrees With Kim on Joint Custody in Divorce Response

"We're getting a look at the paperwork surrounded the Kanye west Kim Kardashian west divorce they have agreed to split and now it appears the kind you wish is agreeing with his estranged wife that they should share custody of their four kids and that neither of them need spousal support from the author the information is in legal documents that represents a less response to the divorce filing by Kim Kardashian west seven weeks ago in her February nineteenth petition Kim Kardashian west stated that the couple had a prenuptial agreement and that they kept their property separate throughout their marriage the his and her divorce filing to mean the eventual end to one of the most followed celebrity unions in recent decades between the rap star who is forty three and his forty year old reality TV show ex wife to be I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?

WSJ What's News

05:39 min | 6 months ago

What's Behind the Rise of the Pandemic's Bull Market?

"Year ago today. Us stocks bottomed out but since that pandemic plunged something almost unimaginable happened. Wall street quickly shifted from bear to bull market setting new records along the way under center for serie. We wanted to take a look back to see how we got here and discuss where we might be headed next to do that. I'm joined by the wsj's caitlyn mccabe. She's on the market speed and is well equipped to explain all of this caitlyn. Good morning hi. Thank you so much for having me. So caitlin at the beginning of the pandemic we saw three major stock indexes plummet the s. and p. five hundred fell by thirty four percent in just twenty three trading days now fast forward all three have rebounded strongly. The dow is up around thirty three thousand mark so big picture. What played into this turnaround. Yeah so the. It was an exceptionally fast turnaround. We saw this incredibly steep and quick plunge and then it took just one hundred twenty six trading days to recover back to the february nineteenth closing level where we were before the sell off. That happened coinciding with the covid. Nineteen pandemic so. It was one of the fastest recoveries on record after such a steep plunge and i mean really the the climb back started with investors piling back into growth and tech stocks and that's carried so much of the market upward four the last year since you mentioned tech stocks. It's important to stress. These gains have not been seen across all sectors. Exactly so you know after. We reached this bottom on march. Twenty third twenty twenty. It became pretty clear pretty quickly. That investors were concentrating their money in growth stocks and big tech stocks. And so you saw big gains right off. The bat in what traders liked to call the fang stocks and so that stands for facebook apple amazon netflix in google's parent alphabet which spells out the acronym fang and these companies are so large and they comprise so much of the snp that was helping push the s. and p. five hundred up but you weren't just seeing growth and big tech. You're seeing of course you know Traders really interested in in companies like tesla. You're seeing zoom. You are seeing just all of these growth in tech companies Rising because i mean one simple explanation for it is that they were the companies that were standing to benefit the most from the pandemic shopping online. You had people using cloud computing and you know video messaging software and things like that and so that was really driving the market upward. You know of course. There is from time to time rotations into cyclical stocks and more of your industrials and energy and banks. But it really was for so much of twenty twenty just the growth in tech leading s ahead and then caitlyn more recently. We've seen a stall in us stocks. The nasdaq briefly went into correction territory earlier. This month last week. All three major indexes lost ground. What's going on here. So since the start of the year. We've seen this really steep and swift move up in bonney olds and that's had a ripple effect across the market so the short version is basically that the economy is recovering people are getting vaccinated and investors are really looking ahead to summer or fall where things might be returning back to normal and so of course there have been some concerns of inflation creeping into the market and so that's driven bond yields up which has an impact on assets across the market and so investors have been dumping shares of tech companies Basically because you know higher yields can mean higher borrowing costs for for businesses and higher yields also make investors reevaluate. How much they're willing to pay for. Future earnings and because significant earnings for tech stocks are expected to come in the future. It makes investors basically question how much they're willing to pay for those earnings. So you're seeing investors pullback from tech. You're seeing quite an uptick in energy and banks and and other cyclical stocks so. It's going to be really interesting to see how long lasting trend s and finally kaylin you talk to traders and analysts as a markets reporter. What's peaking your interest for the future. I think we're in this really interesting period in markets. Where right now so much of what's happening in the growth versus value trade is very fundamentals based and people are trying to evaluate the impact that yield will have on tech stocks like i mentioned in growth companies and what that will mean for banks and energy companies and everything that we've talked about so far but then you have this whole other segment of the market that is less connected to fundamentals right now. You know we saw the massive rise in the minimum stocks earlier. This year the game stops the amc's of the world you know we have this ongoing specs craze Cryptocurrency at that market is incredibly interesting. It's just gonna be really interesting because you have these two kind of branches of the markets that are going on right now. Where there's just this euphoria in some segments and then everyone is also trying to drill down this value versus tech trade. So i'm just going to be really interested to see what happens especially in these other segments of the market as we see more interest among retail traders as we see the spac craze probably only going to continue to grow and see what effect that has on the broader market

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Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066

This Day in History Class

04:08 min | 7 months ago

Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066

"The day was february nineteenth. Nineteen forty two after the japanese bombed pearl harbor a couple of months earlier. The citizens and government of the united states became frantic. They were increasingly distrustful of the mini japanese immigrants in citizens in the country believing they couldn't be trusted to remain loyal to the us over japan. In many people's minds people of japanese descent were threat to national safety and security as a result president. Franklin delano roosevelt signed executive order. Ninety sixty six. Arthur is the secretary of war military commanders to set up military zones that anybody to be evacuated from the executive order was framed as a measure necessary to protect national security during wartime since the country was now vulnerable to attack. But what the order actually did was take advantage of the public's escalating fears of japanese americans involvement in the war and use it to put them in concentration camps. The passing of executive order ninety sixty six was largely precipitated by the bombing of pearl harbor but resentment of foreign nationals japanese immigrants in particular had already been growing steadily by the time. Fdr signed executive order before the nineteenth century. Japan didn't want much to do with europe or its colonies but by the eighteen hundreds japan had begun trading with the united states and japanese. People were immigrating to the us and other places as temporary laborers at the same time. The us was barring other asian nationals from entering the country the chinese exclusion act passed in eighteen eighty two banned immigration from china to the us and prohibited chinese people in the us from becoming citizens the law partly had to do with the high unemployment and low wages in the us which were blamed on chinese laborers but it also had to do with prejudices white americans had against chinese people. All of this is to say that there was a precedent for immigration from asia. By the time the us government began placing limits on the number of japanese people that could come to the us and in nineteen twenty four. The government passed the johnson. Reed act which set immigration quotas and effectively cut off the stream of japanese people immigrating to the states. People who moved to the us from japan could it become citizens although children born to japanese people in the us received birthright citizenship. Even so most of the japanese people who moved to the us settled on the west coast or in hawaii building up their own communities with their own schools and businesses and a lot of these communities. Were doing well. But when the japanese bombed pearl harbor in nineteen forty one in the hopes of destroying us military forces in the pacific. The us was compelled to enter world war two after years of try to avoid being hands on in the conflict. At first there were appeals for people to remain calm but soon enough the government began targeting thousands of foreign nationals who it believed to be a threat. Many of the people who the government considered enemy aliens had done. Nothing that would legitimately earned him the label of enemy regardless they were still sent to camps jails and prisons under suspicions of espionage sabotage and any other activities that could aid to pay in the war and as more people were locked up as the media amplified false reports of japanese threats and as actual japanese military threats posed. The public grew more fearful of japanese people

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A Complicated Tax Season is Coming

Business Wars Daily

03:59 min | 7 months ago

A Complicated Tax Season is Coming

"From wondering. I'm david brown in this business. Wars daily on this friday february nineteenth. Happy friday everyone. I think ben. Franklin put it simply enough. Nothing is certain in this world exempt death and taxes so yes even in the midst of a global pandemic after a year that was completely upside down. Tax season is upon us and boy. Is it going to be complicated this year. That's because of the covid. Nineteen pandemic of course and all the changes to the tax code that came with it. Think unemployment insurance. Ppp loans for a one k. Withdrawals stimulus checks recovery rebate credits. Pretty head-spinning isn't it. If there's one year to switch from filing your taxes to enlisting help well this just might be the year to do so at least. That's what tax assistance companies like turbotax h. and r. block. Want you to think the first day you can file and get a refund. This year has been pushed back around two weeks to let the irs get itself sorted but the delay hasn't stopped both turbo. Tax donation are blocked from getting out in front of potentially tax wary customers. Perhaps you saw quirky earworm filled ads for both companies during the super bowl around forty million people filed taxes on turbo tax which is owned by into it in two thousand nineteen far more than any other tax preparation product according to propublica the company. Let you file for free if your income is under a certain threshold and if you only need to file simple returns without claiming any deductions or credits. But this year a situation that simple is unlikely which means turbo tax could make a pretty penny they also charge more for folks who are self employed and for filing state returns in multiple states. Who would file multiple state returns. You ask well people who work remotely and don't live in. The same state is their employer and offices shut down early last year. A lot of people made the move to do just that which could cause some serious tax headaches. Turbo tax will help you through those at cost of course meanwhile h. and r. block had about half the number of turbo tax users and twenty nineteen. But it's also a bit less expensive filers using h. and r. block have the option of dropping off paperwork at actual brick and mortar offices. Sounds wild right now. Turbo tax in hr blocker just to the big dogs in tax preparation. But there are hundreds of locations across the us where qualifying individuals can get help filing taxes for free in any other year. If you make less than a certain threshold if you have a disability if you're over a certain age if you are learning english if you're currently experiencing homelessness you can sit down with an irs certified volunteer. Who'd help you prepare your taxes. But this year well kovic has changed that of course in person volunteer programs have largely moved online. And that's a barrier for folks who can't access technology leaders of these free federal programs fear that millions of americans could miss out on free tax help according to cnbc. Now there's one thing that could fix the headaches that usually come with taxes every year and help more americans keep more money in their pockets. And that's the us government choosing to make filing tax returns simple and free for most citizens. The government has the power to do this but according to a twenty nineteen investigation from propublica Certain company is making sure attempts to make free. Filing widely accessible are thwarted. What company would that be. You ask we'll that would be in to it. We jones turbo tax

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

04:37 min | 8 months ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"On a second. Stop stop right there. Stop staff there ago So yeah it's it's just incredible. All these little synchronicity is the way the way that these things matchup so wednesday. I'm going to be talking with these folks and Man it's just so so exciting. It's it's really interesting when you see pieces of your life. Reflect back into your world. So i think i was telling you i was going to do And i'm still going to some tiktok videos about stephen bassett about meeting him in the pr. G meetings and whatnot. Which i've talked a little bit about on this. This podcast about the ads could be really interesting to see how. How how that evolves also. We got the ca- powell af dot com caputo intergalactic film festival coming up and It's coming out february nineteenth to the twenty eighth and so it's just interesting. How this just so perfectly matched up together where you know we always call it the cape. How intergalactic film festival instead of international. And i just loved it it whole idea that here. We are with the galactic federation and all this you know. Ufo talk and everything is just the perfect year for it to be You know now now that everyone has has learned how to go more Digital with their stuff are more used to just watching your net flicks at home. And and just you know being being at home and just watching media It's ju it's just so perfect. How it all came about. And i really would like to get some of these interesting people. I've been talking to on tiktok into some of these live seminar type of situations So i kind do like a live in spreader project. oh Interview question and answer type thing. So we'll see how all that all evolves. We'll see one thing. I'm looking into for film accuracy. Because all this. I think i was talking to be broadcast on film. Accuracy dot com which is the Service that has been set up the whole team. These people have all put. You know who knows how many hours into creating this kind of thing and They're just really they got all the framework you know and so you can sign a film. Accuracy dot com. You're gonna find capelle film festival on there. Then he couldn't go through there and then there's gonna be a little town near you go into a building and then you can go into I mean it's just it's going to be really interesting to see this. All evolves and the audience can actually rate the movies. The projects that are watching they can actually see You know type up their comments type about the stuff that they like. Give compliments about Characters camera work soundtrack. Cool production design and so so yeah it just just so So interesting so man all evolves how it all.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

Inspirado Projecto

03:56 min | 8 months ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto

"On a second. Stop stop right there. Stop staff there ago So yeah it's it's just incredible. All these little synchronicity is the way the way that these things matchup so wednesday. I'm going to be talking with these folks and Man it's just so so exciting. It's it's really interesting when you see pieces of your life. Reflect back into your world. So i think i was telling you i was going to do And i'm still going to. Some tiktok videos about stephen bassett about meeting him in the the pr g. meetings and whatnot. Which i've talked a little bit about on this. This podcast about the ads could be really interesting to see how. How how that evolves also. We got the ca- powell af dot com caputo intergalactic film festival coming up and It's coming out february nineteenth to the twenty eighth and so it's just interesting. How this just so perfectly matched up together where you know we always call it the cape. How intergalactic film festival instead of international. And i just loved it it whole idea that here. We are with the galactic federation and all this you know. Ufo talk and everything is just the perfect year for it to be You know now now that everyone has has learned how to go more Digital with their stuff are more used to just watching your net flicks at home. And and just you know being being at home and just watching media It's ju it's just so perfect. How it all came about. And i really would like to get some of these interesting people. I've been talking to on tiktok into some of these live seminar type of situations So i kind of do like a live in spreader project. oh Interview question and answer type thing. So we'll see how all that all evolves. We'll see one thing. I'm looking into for film accuracy. Because all this. I think i was talking to be broadcast on film. Accuracy dot com which is the Service that has been set up the whole team. These people have all put. You know who knows how many hours into creating this kind of thing and They're just really they got all the framework you know and so you can sign a film. Accuracy dot com. You're gonna find capelle film festival on there. Then he couldn't go through there and then there's gonna be a little town near you go into a building and then you can go into I mean it's just it's going to be really interesting to see this. All evolves and the audience can actually rate the movies. The projects that are watching they can actually see You know type up their comments type about the stuff that they like. Give compliments about Characters camera work soundtrack. Cool production design and so so yeah it just just so So interesting so man all evolves how it all.

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What to expect from Android 12

All About Android

03:11 min | 8 months ago

What to expect from Android 12

"Eleven was first revealed february nineteenth twenty twenty which means we are Well if you follow that we are like exactly a month away. If it's a year to the date of when android eleven was announced to see android twelve so any time. Now we're gonna start like we're gonna we're gonna get surprised by google's announcement that android twelve developer in a preview or something is going to be rolling out And leading up to that you can expect that we're going to start seeing more and more hints. As far as what's going to be part of android twelve a couple of things that i noticed this week and twelve may include an app hibernation feature so this is added to pee in a commit. It said quote system service that manages app hibernation state. A state apps can enter. That means they are not being actively used and can be optimized for storage So friend of the show michelle remond from. Xda tweeted if an app in his for a single user the system at least as far as can be gleaned so far the system will clear the cash so this might be a function that if this app is is actively hibernated by the user. I don't know maybe it's done automatically. I'm i'm not really quite sure The user can hibernate an app. It doesn't necessarily remove it but it flushes out the cash to free up storage space Maybe this allows you on a low storage device to fit more apps on there in a more dynamic way and manage the cash that they all that space that it takes up so that you can have more absence stalled even if you aren't using them all all the time instead of having like uninstall it and then reinstalled later that's just a guest though. Which is i mean. yeah. I mean that's it's funny because this happened to my wife the other day because she had Has this auto kind of removed from the phone and put up into the cloud function if you don't use the app and she google maps actually hibernated. And she actually needed it and she was like cursing because she's waiting for she's out on the street waiting for the app to download and reinstall and i was like i. O s look might an android things. Yeah and that's the kind of idea. That's the kind of concept that makes sense in the engineering conference room if you don't use the app after a certain amount of time taken off the phone free up space but like you don't think about when you actually need that app again like you should be. There should be in there. Probably is i was. I don't know deep enough but there should be some sort of function to be able to let you choose. Which apps get hibernated right. So you don't lose. Google maps isla. It did trigger off which is now week two of my daughter at random points you saying. So which is very funny because she was in your shot with my wife was frustrated with the phone and so now whenever one of us has google she all of a sudden you just hear a two year old say google if you love

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What to expect from Android 12

All About Android

03:11 min | 8 months ago

What to expect from Android 12

"Eleven was first revealed february nineteenth twenty twenty which means we are Well if you follow that we are like exactly a month away. If it's a year to the date of when android eleven was announced to see android twelve so any time. Now we're gonna start like we're gonna we're gonna get surprised by google's announcement that android twelve developer in a preview or something is going to be rolling out And leading up to that you can expect that we're going to start seeing more and more hints. As far as what's going to be part of android twelve a couple of things that i noticed this week and twelve may include an app hibernation feature so this is added to pee in a commit. It said quote system service that manages app hibernation state. A state apps can enter. That means they are not being actively used and can be optimized for storage So friend of the show michelle remond from. Xda tweeted if an app in his for a single user the system at least as far as can be gleaned so far the system will clear the cash so this might be a function that if this app is is actively hibernated by the user. I don't know maybe it's done automatically. I'm i'm not really quite sure The user can hibernate an app. It doesn't necessarily remove it but it flushes out the cash to free up storage space Maybe this allows you on a low storage device to fit more apps on there in a more dynamic way and manage the cash that they all that space that it takes up so that you can have more absence stalled even if you aren't using them all all the time instead of having like uninstall it and then reinstalled later that's just a guest though. Which is i mean. yeah. I mean that's it's funny because this happened to my wife the other day because she had Has this auto kind of removed from the phone and put up into the cloud function if you don't use the app and she google maps actually hibernated. And she actually needed it and she was like cursing because she's waiting for she's out on the street waiting for the app to download and reinstall and i was like i. O s look might an android things. Yeah and that's the kind of idea. That's the kind of concept that makes sense in the engineering conference room if you don't use the app after a certain amount of time taken off the phone free up space but like you don't think about when you actually need that app again like you should be. There should be in there. Probably is i was. I don't know deep enough but there should be some sort of function to be able to let you choose. Which apps get hibernated right. So you don't lose. Google maps isla. It did trigger off which is now week two of my daughter at random points you saying. So which is very funny because she was in your shot with my wife was frustrated with the phone and so now whenever one of us has google she all of a sudden you just hear a two year old say google if you love

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:01 min | 1 year ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KTRH

"Until on March twenty first so from February nineteenth to March twenty first when we were ordered to shelter in place I had to stock up I I carried all by myself about fifty bags of groceries and big bottles of bleach and all kinds of stuff no pain no pain nothing and here I am today we're like coming towards the end of April no pain I felt like so like my spine head snapped back into place it's very difficult to explain that because this is a purely structural thing do you think it was the this method or the dream I think it was a gift and I think that the business was it was it was part of the continuity of the now I only know that business is it is it is that like let it be a shield against room radiation but I mean you didn't rub it on your body or anything like that you just kept it you're wrong just kept at my room I wonder if it has some kind of medicinal properties that way I have no idea what makes you think that the person who gave it to you with the dream might have been an alien because the human form was it was an illusion this the I mean it was a shapeshifting thing was an angel absolutely and by the way if you go back to the sixteenth century John D. the mathematician and he was the in a criminalist with the first name research person he claimed to have been in it the second story of his chapel and he was praying one day and he said an angel floated up to the second for handed him a crystal egg and he used that crystal to produce what's now known as you know a Nokian language which is light language and he what he did is he claimed with the help of his assistance and its name is a scabies Edward something if it's too the the the light would shine through the crystal he would trace the alphabet of the slate language this the Nokia nine which which he claimed was an angelic language and so in my mind well whatever this was who gave me this gift because it HMM yeah absolutely angelic and you know people talk for a long time about you know you tease you know angels and the demons are they both and I think that probably there those are the names that we've given them at different points in in history how did you go back to the doctor who said you had a bone fragments of almost the sever desk and did they look at you through an extreme I've been dying to do that I can't I've been sheltering in place for seven weeks my god I'd love to see if things are connected they had to what do I mean that's like first on my list is it going to say this is never happened before this is a miracle it's a crazy thing and it was such a phenomenal gift because I couldn't have done anything of what I've been doing to prepare it for the shelter in place and to take care of myself if I hadn't been able to move my back how much of your healing do you think was a result of the this month you know if it were a matter of like an immuno response or soft tissue or you know something like that I would say because of the medical intuitive work that I do I know that well I can tell you who sorry that happened if you can you can the power of the mind okay the placebo effect and all that is full and of course like sit around being skeptical me said well could could my back of suddenly could I have known somehow that I was going to need this gift and that I was going to need to be able to you know give my money back lord lows and could I cured myself did you regenerate yourself I had says I came back from Russia I had told people that what I wanted to do was to regenerate the desk are you gonna call us back Nancy when you get this thing X. ray I mean I'm so curious to see what they're gonna say I mean it's it's the same but you have no pain that's another bizarre angle here yeah yeah I mean none of it makes sense because I don't think I could have done the structural thing by myself I I think I was helped you might have been helping defeat there's barber lamb she does she's a great good good good person she's a good person and I was just texting back and forth with her and she says that actually she's had a lot of clients who heads which she said were you know healings by detainees yeah so it maybe this is not that unusual are you spiritual what do you mean I don't like to use the word religious so are you spiritual yeah I mean I I I mean to the point where you believe in in a divine power yes absolutely okay I I think you had an angelic experience it's it sounds remarkable then an angel came to you in a dream and help you out at the right time the timing could not have been better timing and I didn't know what I needed because frankly I'm in a live well I'm very happy in my life I don't need anything I couldn't imagine what I was dreaming that I needed to have something what do you think the bismuth is for either help you medicinally by being in your room and gave us some kind of glowing a raise or something or I don't know what the war would be there'd be no other reason why they'd give it to you right I I really racked my brains on us and I don't see that I think I'll note the venturi although the answer to that but yeah I think it's a it's I think it's a medic something that's my my guess it could be in the fact that your friend would think about it as opposed to lead of you know what are the odds of that happening what is she is very talented I mean if you describe to me a tablet you had in your dream there's no way I would have guessed this I would I would have probably said a ouija board or something I think what really got me is when I look at the shape of the crystals business crystals and well it's very stupid on your part save yeah and I said you know if that's a healing mechanism you know you know when I do medical intuitive worker energy healing work and I don't use reiki add on to it I call what I do Juli okay and I have been told that sometimes people's experience shocks actually they scream because there and I don't touch I'm usually about five inches off the surface of the body I've had people tell me they can feel their tendons moving I've had people of course they you know they talk about heater feeling of electricity or magnetism stuff like that but one of the things that I think that I attempt to do when I'm doing healing work is to send eight a blueprint of the body in perfect health but here's the weird part about you in a good way you have the ability for psychokinesis you understand that you know what what about the possibilities that through psychokinesis you have literally fused yourself back together again yeah I mean whatever this whatever happened I am I absolutely believe that it's a psychokinetic affect whether I did it or whether in an alien entity did it which I think it when angel whatever you want to call them yeah I I think that that was the process that was used and that's why it took so much about psychokinesis and it's odd because I was in Russia where the my back was originally injured and by the way before that I was working a couple miles a day I was playing tennis I mean it was fine they did something to you and Russia I had colleague of mine a former nuclear submarine commander ironically enough who told me that they are experts at black magic why would they want to harm you I don't know maybe they just had an infirmary cans or something I have no idea strange but I mean you were healthy before you got there you got sick you when you started hurting when you were there I mean you just don't several bones and a desk just like that I mean something something bizarre happened to you I think something really bizarre did happen and I spent the last six months in many ways using my own powers on myself undo what I believe was probably done had you not gotten the business had you not ordered it and put it in your wrong I wonder if this would still happen where you would have been able to cure yourself good question I don't know I have no idea I mean and I'm sure you don't want to find out and by the way you can get I I had a dream of designing a maybe ten years ago that my grandfather who we used to call puff use my Swedish grandfather also showed up in a really boring dream and he said to me he hands me.

Sam Querrey on becoming a stay-at-home dad

The Tennis.com Podcast

08:36 min | 1 year ago

Sam Querrey on becoming a stay-at-home dad

"Our special guest is Sam. Query SAM is a thirty two year old ranked number forty five in the world who just welcomed his first child a baby boy in February with his wife. Abby Dixon he tells us what it's like to jump from full-time tennis pro two fulltime Dad. As a member of the council he has a lot of insight into all the decision. Making that's been happening regarding the schedules in twenty twenty. And he also laments the loss of Wimbledon as someone that has reached the semi-finals there in two thousand seventeen and the quarter finals twice. He's GonNa Miss The all England club a lot this year but you still has world team tennis to look forward to something that he prioritizes each year. He tells us why. So here's our episode with Sam Querying All Right Sam. Welcome to the PODCAST. Thanks for joining us today. For having me. Let's kick off with number one question these days. How is this quarantine treating you? And what is life like in the Query Household You know it's the quarantines brutal like everyone else I mean. I know people have bigger problems when I got here at home but It's tough not playing tennis. Not Outside I feel bad for the rest of the US and the rest of the world so hopefully this all end in a in a few months and we can Flattened the curve as they say and as far as it goes for me and my wife and I have a five week old son at home. So we're keeping busy. You know up during the night or you know. Mostly her feen and You Know Swat on him gone on some neighborhood walk so he's keeping US busy. So that's the No the one good part for this is that I get to be home with my little newborn son where Norway to normal tennis schedule. I probably would have missed a handful of these first few months. Yeah your son was born from what I can tell February nineteenth. That is a very very newborn baby. You were not expecting to become a full-time father so quickly. Were you know we were? Actually you know we. We were down in the Indian Wells Tournament. We drove down my wife. My mother-in-law father-in-law. My parents were down there. The tournament got cancelled and and You know we. We drove back home. And then you know we've been home ever since I was planning on. Go to Miami. I'm going to Miami and Houston and kind of getting a little break. I guess you would call it away from waking up early and waking up during the evenings to help out but You know now I'm just at home during the full-time fulltime dad thing or as much as I can't do that you know the man doesn't. I don't offer that much to the child. At this point it is joined the whole thing. I mean this is your first child. It's very exciting. I mean tell us more about Ford. Where where'd you get that name from? Actually it's a very unique name. Yes it's a family named for my wife side. It's her grandmother's name. And so it Kinda popped up popped up in our heads a few months before he was born and we we both really liked it. And so we We stuck with it and so far. Being a dad is great. I've really looking forward to having kids for a while and so's my wife and so you know this process. It's definitely challenging. Like anyone would say with the you know trying to keep them happy and basically you know you need your undivided attention between one of us. Twenty four seven but it's really fulfilling and really fun and he. He slowly getting to the point where he's kind of having some little expressions on his face and smiles every now and then you can tell starting to look at you a little more We also have a one year old chocolate labs or trying to get the two of them to get along which is a little tricky right now but a hopefully they'll become friends and a couple of years. Technically you have two babies at home. Pretty much Yes exactly the dog obviously has more energy than any animal. I've ever seen in my life and then the baby Kinda sleeps all day. So they're they're kind of on opposite schedules which is funny but you know definitely adds a little twist things when you've got the one year old puppy to deal with as well of the positives that. I'm sure that you can see. Is that by having puppy? That is a chocolate lab and super energetic. Probably have a lot of time to go and exercise with him. Exactly we're going You know like a lot of the neighborhood where we live. I mean it when we we've gone on to three or four walks day and you see a bunch of kids their bikes out on skateboards and everyone kind of is leaving the house at some point or other during the day trying to get some exercise of course keeping away from each other. But it's a very active neighborhood right now. We've seen a lot of players finding creative ways to stay fit and even trying to maybe have Iraq in their hands and even hitting on little home tennis courts. Did you have a court? You can hit on nearby. That's safe so to speak or are you keeping the tennis spirit alive. Yes no I mean in Los Angeles. We're right now. There's a handful of people that have private tennis courts around. I didn't hit this last week. I'm not hitting this week but to pay on how long this kind of warranty lasts. I am going to have to find a court at some point and get some reps in so There's a couple of people I know that. Have accorded their house. I can open with a coach. Keep it to two or three people and and probably kind of get some reps in some tiny houses on my and things like that and then hopefully when things are are lifted and we have a little more freedom to walk around You know I can get back some more. A kind of Richmond in practice of some of the other pros. Do you WANNA get back. Start playing again. But you don't really have a reason to just yet so speaking of recording this a little bit ahead of the official news but it looks like Wimbledon. It's going to be cancelled. And you are someone that has absolutely thrived at the All England Club. You've made the semi-finals their quarterfinals. Twice a move like that. Are you shocked by having the Grassi's in now go yeah? I'm I'm really bombed? I saw it coming. I think everyone saw him coming You know we've got to get this virus under control but not only just because it's Wimbledon but every time it gets cancelled. It's it's such a huge bummer and You know like you said it's hard to start practicing because we don't know the start date of when we're gonNA play so it's not a let me answer a lot of players are now. You're not overly motivated to get in the gym and get on the Court. Because hey is are we gonNA play again in three months and six months in twelve months? So it's tough to time it so just got to kind of do your best to stay active and and hit when you can and and then once the You know once we know what's going on and we know. Hey we're GONNA start playing tennis October. I really for a player like me and I think most buyers if you have four to six weeks to prepare and practicing tim you can be back to your your high end playing level relatively soon exactly. I think that's that's a pretty good way to look at it but again I mean I'm still pretty stuck on this thing. You made the quarterfinals there last year. And now you know that the rankings are at this point frozen. Is it a massive relief thinking that you don't have to defend that no? I mean I'd rather I look. I'd rather I'd rather go play lose first round lose all the points and just be able to play Wimbledon to to miss. It is is worse than than worrying about defending points. I mean I know some people might be worried about that but for me. I'm not worried about defending points. I'd rather go out and lose. First Round of the next fifteen tournaments. I play but at least have the chance to play so I guess we're not exactly sure on the tour what we're doing the ranking jet as of now. They're frozen wants to get going again. We'RE GONNA determine how they're going to you know how points drop off how they're going to or how they're gonna go about doing the ranking system. So like I said I. I'm not worried about the points coming off and I would rather just play the council meetings. I mean it's it's hard to have everybody's opinions and different people shouting at different things at different ways on how to keep the points how to defend the points how to restructure the ranking system. Pretty much by the time we come back. Were you on the end of wanting to keep the freeze or were you against the freeze? Or what are your thoughts on the whole process on figuring out the ranking system? Yeah I'm for the freeze in. I'm on I'm on the player council assignment although the phone calls and things and there's so many different options in scenarios and we're trying to narrow down to the best one and the only thing that I can really say for sure is whatever solution we come to. It's not gonNa work for everyone. There's GonNa be people that benefit from it and people that don't benefit from it. So that's what makes this difficult as well as there's not going to be a perfect solution and that that's what tennis all sports all things alive. There's not going to be a perfect solution that fits everyone so everyone has to be somewhat flexible with whatever the decision is that the council sort the tour decides when it comes to the

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Recession. Recession? Recession!

Motley Fool Answers

06:33 min | 1 year ago

Recession. Recession? Recession!

"Guess the bottom line is and this is not going to be news to anyone. Things are pretty bad and they're going to get worse before they get better and I hate that. I sound like authorizer here because of that. Not My role on this podcast. That is your job Bro. And I'm very mad about having to take off. Take it on sorry about that too but desperate times call for desperate measures or something like that so let me just start a little bit about recession. So at this point we are. I would say almost definitely at the doorstep of a recession if not already in one and some folks already saying we are Bank of America. Just this past Thursday said that we are and just to give you an idea of what they're projecting that They're projecting that this quarter the second quarter of two thousand twenty that the economy will shrink anywhere from six and a half percent to maybe as high as fifteen percent. Give you an idea of where that falls. Historically the worst quarter quarterly drop in the last since World War. Two was maybe ten percent and I think that was in the fifties. The worst quarter during the great recession was eight percent so if we go above ten percent it'll be the worst quarterly drop now. A lot of people think that the definition of a recession is two quarters of declining economic output. That's actually not true. The folks who actually decided whether we have a recession or not or whether we are in a recession it's an organization called the National Bureau of Economic Research the NBA are. It's basically the Organization of like fourteen. Hundred economists and academics. They're the folks who say when a recession begins whether we're in one and when it ends here's part of their official definition it's quote a significant decline in economic activity spread across the economy lasting more than a few months normally visible in real GDP real income employment industrial production and wholesale retail sales and quote. So if you look at all those things pretty much all of those are going to drop or not already dropping so many people think a recession is already in the bag. So what does that mean well just to give you an idea of historically what how many times we've had a recession the NBA does have stats back to the eighteen fifty S. We've had thirty three recessions on average. We have one every four point nine years. It's been eleven years since we've had one so certain degree or kind of do on average they last seventeen and a half months. But if you look at the recessions from the past fifty years. They've actually been shorter. They last about a year. What happens to the stock market? Well actually we've already seen it. During a recession. The stock market drops anywhere from twenty forty to fifty percent on average thirty five percent. As of this taping. The five hundred is down thirty percent already from February nineteenth. So it's possible that the worst is behind us. I'm sort of banking on that myself. Personally the thing to how do you mean your banking on that personally that the worst is behind us? Well because I. I'm putting the cash that I have slowly back into the market. Okay so every major down day I've bought either companies or ATF's leading up to this point. Maybe a few years ago I stopped reinvesting the dividends on my stocks so that I could let cash accumulate just the other day I reverse that so now. I'm reinvesting all my dividends so that I can gradually by and that's an important thing to do now because the end of March beginning of April is a new quarter and that's a lot of companies. Do pay their dividends. So if you need cash don't do that. Stop investing the dividends but if you WANNA weigh to gradually move into the market make sure reinvesting your dividends and for many discount brokers. You have to actively do that. The default is not dividend reinvestment. So that's just a little something there are you saying that and I know you're you're not we're not in the business of calling bottoms but are you saying that you think the worst is over no okay. That's absolutely absolutely I don't think so either. Everybody sound like you're like it's time to hop into the market right now but so let me give you this. One thing. That's important to know about how the stock market reacts with recession so stock markets a leading indicator at ten stormy. Go start going down six months before the recession and it starts to bottom six months after the recession has started. This is a whole different story every time every time I would say every recession every bear market is slightly different and this one is extraordinary right. It's the fastest time we've ever had from going from the peak of a bull market to bear market. We've never had a global pandemic like this that is affecting the stock market. You could if you wanted to look back and to the one thousand nine hundred nineteen Spanish flu but things are so different now. I'm not sure you can correlate today's stock market stocks doing that but regardless I think things are sped up so like I said. Usually the stock market starts to fall six months before a recession. But this one happened so fast. I don't think the stock market didn't have the time it's and it's certainly possible that the stock market will rebound faster this time to. I don't know if it will but if you wait until the recession is over to get back in the market you're gonNA miss a lot of the recovery. So that's why I'm just gradually moving into the market at this point so generally speaking historically looking back to the fifties it takes about one and a half years or so for the market to go down and come back up again to reach its peak but if you stress that out to back to the nineteen twenty s including the Great Depression bear markets last about three to four years for it to go down and come back up again and the to bear markets. Where you had this century they last. It took more than five years for the stock market. So that all goes back to that classic foolish line. Any money you need in the next thirty five years should be in cash. Few other things that happened during a recession rates. Go down bonds go up safe bonds go on so mostly treasuries if you have an corporate bonds if you've had any junk bonds you've seen actually your bonds go down a little bit but still. They held up better than stocks. Inflation goes up on historically during a recession and goes up two and a half percentage points during the Great Recession. It doubled from five percent ten percent. This one is going to be extraordinary. I think you're going to see unemployment certainly over ten percent. How long will that last? I don't know but I think we're going to see very high unemployment very

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Raising money in a bear market, and what's happening with Peloton?

Equity

03:43 min | 1 year ago

Raising money in a bear market, and what's happening with Peloton?

"Seen here the stock markets have gone from bad to worse. We're in correction territory. It's a bear market. Danny this is the end of the eleven year bull run. I think yeah you know since the two thousand eight global financial crisis which which saw the market crashed thirty forty fifty percent depending on metro looking at. We've had this massive Ron. One of the longest runs the postwar era eleven years of growth on the Nasdaq the Dow and across the economy and all that came to screeching halt in like a week with the Dow Jones Industrial Average. Averaging down I think right at the second about twenty eight percent from its peak just a couple of weeks ago we were just doing. Alex and I were writing a story about the last ninety days of Corona virus and Nikon News and with shock me was the Dow hit a peak on February twelfth Nasdaq's peak was February nineteenth. This is twenty two days ago. So we've now seen completely the Go the other direction so both hit correction territory by a week and a half ago that means it was down ten percent and then we hit the bear market which is twenty percent. Now we're entering. I don't even know what we see. I don't think we have an animal for for this but now we're down thirty percent. I guess we're a Unicorn death doing market Dung Beetle market their now trademark right there so so I mean what reversal in so quickly. And I I just was told by Chris our producer that Dung beetles do not carry Kovic nineteen so if you do have Dung Beetles on. You can feel free to keep them around So we're going to keep watching this story. We've actually covering the public markets more than we kind of like to we already. Private market focused publication. But we haven't been able to look away. Tasha even looking at a couple of different stocks inside the markets have been doing things I think zoom and Peleton have been on your radar. I'm kind of curious why. Peleton was kind of a joke yesterday and the New York. Times came out with the story today about people taking it more seriously at home fitness in general scientific spike. And I know personally I plan on starting to run. Quit my gym membership. So it's definitely happening overall. Though I think for a lot of people it was a moment where they're like. Hey even if even if we don't have a million cases or hundreds of cases of corona virus. We're listening now so I think it was only a pause for anyone and everyone was certainly a pause for me. I mean I I usually get about twenty thirty steps in every morning on my commute from my bedroom to my tech crunch work desk approximately fifteen feet away but I think that the shocking part is you know. Exercise Bikes have been around a long time. Peleton had this controversy run campaign over Christmas. Alex remind me. Ipo last year our call early twenty nine lead twenty in September of last year. That's how fast the news accelerated. Everything seems so far in the in the rear view mirror. And you're like that was two weeks ago. We were at the top but Peleton. It started really. Well it's declined and now the argument is like who's going to go to equinox when economics potentially could give you corona virus so huge increase remote classes are a new thing and that sort of zoom. But I want to talk about the scale of Peleton's reason declines because we've seen the markets where price a lot of companies lately Peleton's a great example of a company that had a return to form that has been obviated by the recent market movement. So if you go back to. December peleton spiked at like thirty dollars a share. It was up quite often peo- price as accessible run today. It's nineteen dollars and seventy cents a share and it's off nearly ten and a half percent as we record right now so you start. That people thought would do well is really doing the opposite of showing you that. No one's really safe in today's public markets. Everyone's GonNa hit travels getting hit volatility is up denny sashes. Even down in Cryptos are down. It's really kind of holistic bit of value destruction across every asset class that I track at

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Coronavirus deaths in Washington now at 16, with 102 confirmed cases

WBZ Afternoon News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus deaths in Washington now at 16, with 102 confirmed cases

"One hundred two positive cases of coronavirus in Washington state leading to sixteen deaths there many deaths coming up the long term care facility life care center for Kirkland that's in Kirkland Washington in the Seattle area Tim Killian public liaison for the life care center says since February nineteenth been fifteen deaths from that facility thirteen of which testing positive for

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Apartment complex Near East junior Avenue and I. twenty five on February nineteenth Howard one other person were also wounded in exchange of gunfire both suspects are being held on suspicion of first degree murder and assault problems weather wise as you head out this morning fox thirty one's chief meteorologist Dave Frasier says it's gonna be sunny and nice fifty six degrees with tons of sunshine to enjoy will push that to sixty one little cold front brings us into the fifties again on Thursday Friday back to sixty four about sixty eight degrees on Saturday close to seventy degrees as we head into the first full weekend in March and we stay dry for the next several days different story in Nashville Tennessee at least six deaths now being confirmed after a massive tornado hit north west of the downtown area overnight this man was staying at a hotel powerlines down everywhere like falls on cars it's a mess there are multiple buildings destroyed we understand by two twisters that was one of two on the ground that hit the area last night the Supreme Court will not consider a challenge to the ban on bump stocks the trump administration imposed the ban after the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas a bump stock is a rapid fire device that gives rifles the capability of mimicking automatic weapons the Vegas shooting massacre left fifty nine dead and hundreds of others injured in two thousand and seventeen mark Mayfield NBC news radio Alex Trebek is lending a hand to a Los Angeles is homeless crisis but jeopardy host donated a hundred grand to the hope of the valley rescue mission it's a non profit the founder and CEO of the organization says they'll name part of their new shelter in north Hollywood after trip back in his wife Jean the nonprofit provides about three hundred thousand meals and ninety three thousand nights of safe shelter every night then finally Taylor swift is the top selling artist of twenty nineteen I S. P. either an organization that represents the recorded music industry worldwide has revealed that the thirty year old star number ones the number one spot last year it's switch second time being named best selling artist she first earned the honor back in twenty fourteen I guess when you're hot you're hot she is the hottest yeah not on my side but I respect your talent yeah not mine either twelve year old boy Taylor swift I'm probably more into her than here maybe so five thirty seven you're out Colorado's morning news money news the passports of BK counterbalance given nice win could see him on TV as well you drive right now John Morrissey what do you see my friend in a quiet drive ASEAN really nice driveways all across the metro area a construction wrapping up on C. four seventy and I twenty five down on the south side of the tech center so that should be out of there no big wrecks in your way and I was a pretty much wide open across the metro area US six Loveland pass is closed this morning that for avalanche control up in the high country but even that high country drive is it great shape this report is sponsored by Canada dry ginger ale that was a better news brought you by gather to drive traffic to work.

If a Coronavirus pandemic is inevitable, what should Canada be doing now?

The Big Story

11:12 min | 1 year ago

If a Coronavirus pandemic is inevitable, what should Canada be doing now?

"Today our guest is going to use the keyword. Just so you're prepared and prepared is sadly not the P. Word that word obviously as pandemic and there is currently a mostly superficial debate over whether or not to use it to describe the spread of the Corona Virus Colfax nineteen. The debate is mostly superficial because while public health bodies go back and forth on it the actual public who are scared just here one terrifying news report after another. Every Canada has recorded a tense case of cove in nineteen presumptive at this point within fifty cases here in the US and global fears growing and today the Dow plunging the World Health Organization. Now says there are more new cases of the corona virus outside China than inside that country. There are fifty countries and regions now affected. And as you can see. There's Cova nineteen cases reported in every continent except and Arctic thus far according to official numbers Canada has largely been spared but until recently lots of other places around the world seemed exactly that way too and now they're not so what happens next here and around the world. What do we know now about this disease? And how it spreads and who had attacks that we didn't know last month when it was just emerging? What should sensible Canadians do right now? Today what should they plan for in the coming weeks and months and what exactly does decades of expert research and models. Tell us what is likely to happen from here. How does the world prepare for that? I'm George Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Dr David Fiszman is an epidemiologist at the dollar. Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. His work puts him on the frontlines of Toronto and Canada's effort to battle this virus David. Hello thanks for having me back. Despite my faulty prediction last time star. We won't call it faulty because it was based on on what we knew at the time. But we wanted to have you back because this has been evolving and the last time you were on We talked about cove in nineteen which wasn't called that at the time. And you said kind of the the quote that stuck with me was. We've seen this movie before. And now I feel like I have seen this movie before but it was called outbreak. People died. No I think I think for good or ill it is a sequel but the script writers seem to have been more creative than we that. I certainly expected last week and I have to go through. I'm not a psychologist but I have been trying to learn about cognitive biases. Because I think that in my bad takes on this I've anchored on what I thought I knew based on prior epidemics and this turned out to be different in important ways if we recorded this a week ago on February twentieth. I actually would have stuck to my guns Because as recently as the middle of last week I really felt like this was a massive epidemic but the aggressive social distancing in China sort of had locked it down and I was quite smug with the class. I teach at U. OF T. And showed them model projections and those model projections for China. Actually right so. China seems to have this largely contained within China. The difficulty is it was like a forest fire in China. It's sent off all these sparks around. The world and a lot of countries contain the sparks but it turns out that a lot of countries didn't so what changed for me. Last week was the recognition in Canada and simultaneously in Lebanon and in the United Arab Emirates cove nineteen cases with travel histories linking them to Iran. Which at that time I. I'm not even sure if at that time. Iran had any cases but had single digit cases certainly by the end of last week and several of those single digit cases. Were already dead. So given the leg between infection hand demise with this thing. The high fraction of deaths told you that this was already an old epidemic and we ran the numbers over the weekend with some colleagues Colleagues Them Cameron Con Isaac. Gotch on my colleague Ashley Shoot. Was the person who who wrote this short paper and in Ashley's analysis she looked at travel rankings for Countries in terms of their their closeness to Iran Canada's number thirty one said there's thirty countries on the list higher than us which include places with lousy public health systems like Syria like Iraq. Places that have been through civil conflict and that effectively very vulnerable to infectious disease. Because they wouldn't be able to identify it if it was there and they had no cases which is mathematically implausible that Canada's importing cases but Syria and Iraq have none. Yeah so that right there told you. Oh this is a round or not seeing it the day after we did the analysis. Kuwait Oman Bahrain Afghanistan and Iraq said. Oh we have cases so we ran the analysis and the T. L. Dr On. This is the estimated epidemic size to see that volume of expert cases based on travel volumes is a an epidemic of twenty to twenty five thousand cases. Which is a huge epidemic. And even now I think around up to a of hundred cases that they've officially reported it's a tiny fraction of what's actually going on and this is disseminated so it's in it's in Afghanistan it's in Pakistan. It's not in Syria. But nobody believes that It's not in Yemen. But nobody believes that we haven't had a single case in Indonesia which has fairly close ties to southern China. But I don't think many epidemiologists believe that Indonesia has no cases so you know Iran. Lock this down. Singapore had an outbreak and controlled it. But we now have outbreaks in South Korea that the Korean health systems very competent and they seem to be struggling to contain. We have a large outbreak in northern Italy which also looks large and old like the Iranian outbreak with a high fraction of deaths So this seems to be everywhere and I think and this is really I mean. This is literally the last six days so I think China got the job done locally but you know the cats under the bag or that's the ball game or whatever. What hard metaphor when the cat is out of the bag for Canadians for sure but in countries that that haven't seen it yet you know there was Some controversy in the United States when one of the officials dealing with it said. It's a matter of when I think what you see there to be. Brutally Frank is kind of the toxicity of the trump administration and the White House where you have a senior public health official just stating a plain truth this is Nancy Massana of the CDC absolutely. It's a matter of when not if people are acknowledging that in Canada now too. That's just the plain truth and you get the rapid push back from the White House saying no no no. It's not going on here. That was undercut last night. Because we now have a reported case in In Northern California the details came out last night that this is someone without a known link to an area outside the United States who was transferred to UC Davis on February Nineteenth. Already intimated anonymous ventilator. So already in intensive care my fear in Canada and I think many physicians many of my colleagues fearing Canada is that we're not looking aggressively enough for this in people without known travelling kid to areas of the world that we think the is spreading in because what Iran shows. You the quiet places for the problem right and so we need to be doing more surveilled this in primary care clinics emergency and as was the case at UC Davis Test People with unexplained respiratory failure. Because the last thing you want is for this to come to light because you have a sars-like event with a hospital at break when you hear officials say when not if in your world what does when look like like what is that. Yeah no I mean. Look to my mind there. Two cases in Iran out of. I think we're at twelve recognized imported cases in Canada. I think possibly two of those secondary transmissions in Canada two of the cases are imported from Canada. The other imported cases have links to China so the first case from Iran. Sounds like maybe even been ill on? The flight presented. Quite promptly was diagnosed. It sounds reading the tea leaves. I wasn't involved in care here. It sounds like the second case had been ill since February fifteenth and was twigged to come in to Sunnybrook and get tested by the fact that people were saying. Oh you know this may be around in folks who have travelled to Iran so that to me you know. Those are the two found so the question is well where the people you didn't find and what's going to happen with those so one of the messed up things about corona viruses certainly with SARS and with a bowl is there's something called the Pareto principle which is like the eighty twenty rule you know. Eighty percent of the stuff comes from twenty percent of the people for me as a professor of knuckles eighty twenty. I'm going to say ninety nine percent of my headaches because people will hear this ninety. Nine percent of my headaches come from one percent of by students because my students are awesome. But that's an example of perito distributed process in the context of infectious diseases. That means let's say. Eighty percent of the secondary cases come from twenty percent of the primary cases. That's something that's called. An over distributed are not or perito distributed. Are Not some people are just better at spread? Some people are better at spreading in some places are better to spread. So you look at the Korean church. The mega church where this seems to have taken off like approximately like a rocket and there's something about their style of worship. I don't know too much. It sounds like it involves a fair bit of physical contact It seems to have been very very good at transmitting. This and we had that in Toronto. During SARS with religious communities as well hospitals seem to be very good places for super spreader events you know a person goes into respiratory failure and infects fourteen fifteen seventeen healthcare workers all at once as they get into bed. And then you get the dead ends Zeros. So you know this is kind of like tick tick tick tick. You're waiting for the boom. And we don't know if the booms GONNA come yet but I think the boom is probably going to come over the next couple of weeks. I don't know if it's tomorrow or three weeks from now and what happens in Canada when that boom heads what do we do? So so. That's that's a great question. I think what we do and what I had hoped and what I'd actually said publicly event a U. T. Last night is I'd like to see some clear messaging from public health authorities. I think at the

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Los Angeles: Korean Air Flight Attendant Working LAX Flights Diagnosed With Coronavirus

All Things Considered

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles: Korean Air Flight Attendant Working LAX Flights Diagnosed With Coronavirus

"Garcetti says LA axes being disinfected every hour to prevent the spread of coronavirus you should reporters today the city's efforts during a housing project groundbreaking in Los felis our city says all points of entry to the airport are being secured as much as possible the announcement comes one day after authorities confirmed a Korean air flight attendant diagnosed with the coronavirus worked flights between LAX and soul on February nineteenth twentieth have been no reports of any local infections tied to that person city says the alley docks are being closely monitored as well for members on cargo ships from Asian ports are not permitted to come onto shore in California at this

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Los Angeles: Korean Air attendant who flew to LA diagnosed with coronavirus

Joel Riley

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles: Korean Air attendant who flew to LA diagnosed with coronavirus

"The latest a Korean air flight attendant diagnosed with corona virus may have spent the day in Los Angeles on February nineteenth according to south Korea's health authorities a few days earlier the flight attendant worked on a flight between Seoul and Tel Aviv in Israel the same flight from which dozens of Korean tourists had tested positive LA county says no new cases have been reported so

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How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster

Squawk Pod

05:09 min | 1 year ago

How Blue Apron Became a Massive $2 Billion Disaster

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

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Good morning it's Wednesday February nineteenth and this is the fox news rundown I'm rob Dawson fox news is confirming that indeed Attorney General William Barr had discussions with people in the White House saying he was considering resigning over president trump continued tweets and commentary regarding justice department matters the department of justice though issued a statement last night saying the Attorney General has no plans to resign former Illinois governor rod Blagojevich is scheduled to speak at around noon eastern is federal prison sentence was commuted by president trump yesterday and we'll go adventure Denver International Airport last night says he has a plan for the rest of his life I'm a fight against a corrupt criminal justice system that all too often persecution prosecutes people did nothing wrong over sentence people show no mercy and who are in positions that have no accountability making do and say whatever they want the president also made other pardons including former New York City police commissioner Bernard Kerik and financier Michael Milken Democrats at the stage for debate tonight in Las Vegas former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg on the stage of Minnesota senator any club which are says bring on Bloomberg I think it's really important that someone not just be out there on the TV ads are because I'm not gonna be able to compete with that and president trump has a rally in Phoenix tonight I'm rob Johnson on the fox news rundown this is the fox news rundown today and informed download the W. C. M. six AT mobile phone app for your smartphone at W. C. B. M. dot com temperatures will cool down into Friday before rebounding during the upcoming weekend after starting off this morning with some cloud cover some some will be in a rate three times this afternoon the windy with a high you're fifty one a clear sky this evening with an overnight low twenty eight cloudy and cooler on Thursday a high forty one degrees we had a Friday plenty of sunshine with a high once again topping on the low forties another sunny and warmer weekend high Saturday and Sunday should top out in the low to mid fifties and temperatures will stay above average heading into Monday I'm Jeff more from the weather channel for talk radio six eighty WCBS even though April fifteenth is still more than eight weeks away here's why you should file.

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14 Diamond Princess cruise evacuees test positive for coronavirus, allowed to board flight to U.S.

All Things Considered

03:26 min | 1 year ago

14 Diamond Princess cruise evacuees test positive for coronavirus, allowed to board flight to U.S.

"So what's happening with the passengers on that ship the diamond princess as the things are definitely getting worse on that ship in terms of the spread of the virus every day the number of new people confirmed to be infected and rising as you just said seventy new ones yesterday and it's just been going up and up the US Canada South Korea and Hong Kong are all trying to charter planes and negotiate with Japanese authorities to get their people off of this cruise ship US is the first there in the midst of an operation right now anyone with U. S. passports or permanent residents they were offered the opportunity to leave the ship that started to happen late Sunday night Japan time the idea was there to be screened anyone still showing symptoms with not going to be allowed on to those flights some of those people are gonna go to Travis air base in northern California others are gonna go to joint base San Antonio Lackland and there have to serve out another fourteen day quarantine at those facilities so have you had a chance to talk to anyone on the ship so I I've been trading messages with some of the people on board and you know conditions are you know they've been cooped up there since February third that's when the first order under quarantine by Japanese authorities things have not been easy they haven't been they're not supposed to be out supposed to be staying in their cabins you know they they were they were getting quite close to the end of what the Japanese official said was going to be the original quarantine finish line which was February nineteenth now it's not clear whether that is gonna change given that these cases continue to come up on a Japanese officials have said that anyone who was sharing a cabin for instance with someone who just tested positive yesterday there are deadlines going to extend for another fourteen days they said that they are hoping to get people off they've been moving some the elderly off of the boat but just the logistics of screening thousands of people if they do get to what seems to be you know the end of the quarantine they don't have a logistics to test everybody and so that's going to take days just to do so what's the latest on the worldwide spread of the virus so you know overall we not see huge spread geographically a case popped up in Egypt that's the first one in Africa for the most part it's we're not seeing you know new clusters all over the place however there is great concern about another cruise ship that was the western dam that cruise ship there have been rumors that there were people with coronavirus on it that ship was denied entry in five different countries before was finally able to dock in Cambodia they screen everybody there they said that everybody was fine and a woman who left their an American woman ended up testing positive in Malaysia so this concern that there there might be a lot of people moving about who are infected and that that could lead to more spread so in the few seconds we do have left I Sir any good news any signs that anything is getting better moving the right direction yeah we do need to reverse the both of these cases are still in China China is still the place is getting hit the hardest and there is some good news out of there I mean about ten days ago they were having high three thousand four thousand cases a day out of China yesterday that number was down to just two thousand so did there is there are some good signs coming out of China looks like it's going down that's NPR's Jason Beaubien in Hong Kong thank you Jason

Virus spreads on cruise ship in Japan, U.S. passengers flying home

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

Virus spreads on cruise ship in Japan, U.S. passengers flying home

"High level meetings in Japan over the weekend prime minister Shinzo Ave says the virus is constantly changing and they'll have to project its course then get in its way he says passengers from the cruise ship diamond princess will be disembarking February nineteenth three hundred fifty five passengers on that ship have been infected and the U. S. as a first evacuation flights of cruise passengers has left Japan for the U. S. they will be out of quarantine there and then back into quarantine in the United States when they get here six hundred Americans on board forty four Americans tested positive they'll be staying in Japan the to to recover those that were on board in effect in the gardens reporting Australian government is working on its plan to evacuate its citizens off the diamond princess nearly two hundred on board sixteen of tested positive for the

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Carnival says crew on quarantined ship will get long vacation

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Carnival says crew on quarantined ship will get long vacation

"Or cruise ship turned away by four Asian governments due to fears over a new strain of coronavirus is now anchored off Cambodia Christina Kirby is among the twenty two hundred passengers and crew members on the western dam now being sure not the vacation right I said but it's a life changing experience another cruise ship the diamond princess remains quarantined off Yokohama Japan here's ABC's Maggie everyone wants to know when these passengers get off this ship recording said to end of February nineteenth but officials have said they could extend that deadline for certain people if

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KTRH

"Are TV partner channel two spoke with two of the leaders I have twenty be a flight controller hiring visor and we did this presentation with teachers to give a real content in the classroom they take a very complex ideas and break it down and they will be doing that again next year with the terminations of psalm one and Ventolin eight of the twelve trump administration officials who testified publicly during the impeachment hearings have left their roles been fired or resign Katie are each news time is one oh three democratic presidential candidates held a debate in New Hampshire last night billionaire Tom's tire says the race is all about the economy the Clinton campaign not nineteen ninety two and the monster was it's the economy stupid well if you look at what Mr trump is saying he's saying those words it's the economy stupid I trust everyone of these people a million times more but we're going to have to take Mr trump down on the economy because if you listen to him he's crowing about it every single day and he's going to beat us unless we can take them down on the economy stupid again that's Tom Stiers the next available in Las Vegas on February nineteenth don't be a statistic out there on the roadways you always got to be careful as you hear these reports from Zack galleon specially late on a Friday or Saturday night in the Galveston floodwall inside is finally gonna get built the US army corps of engineers has selected the Jacobs Stan tech company to design and build a nearly twenty.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KOMO

"Time seven fifty ninety two are propelling Sharon's money update guess what's coming back to McDonald's for the first time in three years the Shamrock shake will be available February nineteenth McDonald's also will service New oreo Shamrock make flurry to seasonal items will be available for most of the month before Saint Patrick's day which is March seventeenth the owner of the New York Stock Exchange has made an offer to buy eBay the online marketplace the Wall Street journal says international exchange Inc is valuing eBay had more than thirty billion dollars compared to eBay's value of about twenty eight billion before the report Macy's is cutting more jobs and closing more stores Macy's will close a fifth of its stores one hundred twenty five of its least productive outlets no word how many jobs will go away there Macy's also closing corporate offices in Cincinnati in San Francisco leaving New York as it's H. Q. that will also cut two thousand corporate jobs Macy's employs about a hundred thirty thousand people opening Thursday in Dallas Macy's will test a smaller store format located at a strip center instead of a mall that's ABC's Chuck secrets in the Macy's in downtown Seattle is closing this month's along with the stores in Northgate Redmond town center Burlington and wall a wall there's no mention of any at local stores in addition to those on the brand new list of Macy's closures check in Wall Street stocks are higher the Dow up two hundred fifty eight right now at twenty nine thousand sixty five this would be five hundred up sixteen the nasdaq is up only about six coming up next we'll check traffic and weather for you como news time seven fifty one how's your roof Capital One knows life doesn't alert you about your credit card stop Graham street in Brighton the khaki shorts your G. N. L. energy bill went up sixteen percent this month seems like a lot of and clear the closing doors so you know the Capital One assisted the catches things that might look wrong like increases to a recurring bill and sends an alert to your phone and help you fix it another way Capital One is watching out for your money when you're not Capital One what's in your wallet to Capital One dot com for details limitations apply at sprint we know how much you depend on your phone when you've got a cracked screen it's the worst we get it and we want to help you it doesn't matter if you have Verizon eighteen T..

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KGO 810

"And thank you very much regarding Bobbie gentry a someone email me I think it was from an article from Rolling Stone magazine which basically said Bobby retired after a song in nineteen seventy eight that she'd recorded I think it was cold steel away it failed to chart and so I guess she was discouraged and decided to to hang them up at that point and she now resides in a in a suburb of us of Memphis Tennessee so Bobby if you're out there listening come on back we miss you all right NASA's Mars reconnaissance orbiter has captured a stunning image of an avalanche near the North Pole of Mars during springtime warmth from the sun shines on the north polar layer deposits and destabilizes the ice causing blocks to break loose the blocks kick up clouds of varying color dust as they tumble down the sixteen hundred foot cliff face and again the Mars reconnaissance orbiter orbiter captured a similar avalanche on February nineteenth two thousand and eight and you can see some amazing images of the coast to coast AM dot com website just go to the highlights carousel and that's where lex loan who this place that for your viewing and reading pleasure all right more of my conversation with Michael H. brown as we talk about the strangest things and strange phenomena I will talk about James dean's cursed car and will also take some phone call stick with us right here on coast to coast area. Josh waking up over and over.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

14:21 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"All right I was going to start with this I want to talk tonight about the press about climate change but first now we're gonna start with the debt it doesn't matter who the president is it doesn't matter which party controls Congress the fact this the when those in charge of spending and borrowing and tanks do what's about to be done to the American people it's unconscionable spending is completely out of control and we simply do not have any adults who want to do anything about it because it's much easier politically to just keep spending as Mitch McConnell once said and I paraphrase you don't lose votes by spending that's the Republican Majority Leader of the Senate now we used to at least have fiscal conservatives there are no more fiscal conservatives maybe a handful but the Republican Party today does not stand for fiscal responsibility therefore nobody does people call me he is I don't care I have kids and grandkids to I care about the future this kind this is the most selfish act one generation can do to the next to impose on generations yet born this massive debt because we want healthcare for all and we want free college and we want more there's some more of that and so forth and so on is on acceptable it's not acceptable what a bunch of punks we become this generation I'm not kidding you know we like to talk about millennials I cannot understand millennials we're doing this and the generation before us did this we're told there's nothing we can do about it when I mean there's nothing we can do about it and then we have a Democratic Party that wants the quadruple what's taking place while the Republican Party doubling what's taking place we sent people to Congress during the tea party revolution who are now voting for massive spending a massive debt why I'll tell you why because politically Israel tell you they don't want to shut down the government and you have a treasury secretary who's a Liberal Democrat has already saying we don't want to fall there would be no default well let me tell you something one day there will be at the fall one day there will be a default but it'll be a different kind of the fall it'll be one completely out of our control when the economy crumbles no be no health care they'll be no pensions they'll be no minimum wage they'll be no property rights no all go up in a puff of smoke and then you have these these hucksters on TV and radio you know they always warned us about this but none of it happens well look at history has happened yes because our economy so big it takes time but the laws of economics as I've said a thousand times a like the laws of physics they don't change I don't care how many statutes are passed I don't care how many proposals are made how many claims about redistributing wealth take place we simply can't produce enough to keep up with this now there's a P. said Nash review online the guy has a right he's a a senior fellow at the Manhattan institute Brian right now any says in part this deal that they've not come up with the president announces he can assign would raise the discretionary spending Catholic three hundred twenty billion dollars forget about entitlements are completely out of control their time by the discretionary part by three hundred twenty billion dollars over two years and by the way still hasn't bought us a wall on the southern border still hasn't bought us protection from illegal aliens coming into this country John the priorities of the left three hundred twenty billion over two years an offset less than one quarter of those costs and even the one quarter all said is to take place over the period of ten years it'll never happen this was negotiated with the treasury secretary minu chin and McConnell and Schumer and Pelosi Hey Kevin McCarthy sat there Tooting his horn the budget deal what essentially repeal the final two years of the twenty eleven budget control act and raise the baseline for future discretionary spending by nearly two trillion dollars over a decade this was the crown jewel of the tea party Congress that decade long shredding of these hard fought budget constraints the shredding of Republican credibility on fiscal responsibility they have none they're disgusting they're a disgrace this story begins a decade ago when a budget deficit that it declined to a modest one hundred sixty one billion dollars by two thousand seven was it with the Great Recession well recessions always automatically raise budget deficits fewer tax revenues more unemployment while for a cost President Bush president Obama and both parties in Congress deep in the red ink with the tarp bailout to member that which were initially expected to cost seven hundred billion as well as Obama's nearly one trillion dollars stimulus law law which failed to rescue the economy even by the white house's own metrics so they went on a spending spree in a ballot spree by two thousand nine the deficit had exceeded one trillion dollars for the first but not the overall debt deficit applies to the year one trillion dollars for the first time it reached one point four trillion dollars then you can remember CNBC is Rick Santelli sort of for the Chicago mercantile exchange February nineteenth two thousand nine call for a tea party movement then a course my book libertine Tierney came out two three weeks later and we had a revolution a grassroots revolution the American people that enough and we had the obamacare entitlement on top of all that so the Republicans capture the house and twenty ten with a stunning sixty three seat pickup and also picked up seven Senate seats the new majority quickly band pork barrel their marks trim the twenty eleven appropriations bill that had been carried over from the previous year the house then rallied around a budget produced by house budget committee chairman then Paul Ryan that would gradually eliminate the deficit by converting Medicare tray premium support model repealing obamacare and cutting other spending and while Senate Democrats blocked the reforms that need to raise the debt limit over the summer gave house Republicans unique leverage to force policy concessions from Obama and the Senate Democrats the definite abscess the deficit obsessed Republicans expressed a willingness to risk the falling on national debt interest payments in order to for spending cuts and after months of intense negotiations we got the budget control act it capped discretionary spending three twenty twenty one saving two point one trillion dollars two point one trillion dollars over a decade and that was that bomb in the Senate Democrats after that could easily block house Republican spending reforms the twenty twelve election of Obama then because the tea party GOP some of the momentum it had acquired two years earlier and then in twenty thirteen congressional Republicans were beginning to complain about the tight discretionary spending limits brought on by the law that was passed by the tea party Congress we had our defense folks upset about the caps they showed a willingness to give Democrats domestic spending hikes to return for defense thanks there is always a deal negotiated between the house and Senate budget committees Ryan and Pat Patty merry that increased discretionary spending once the twenty fourteen to twenty fifteen spending caps for race there was no way lawmakers would ratchet spending back to the cap levels in twenty sixteen so two years later another ride merry deal raise the twenty sixteen twenty seventeen spending cap by combined eighty billion once again with ten years of somewhat gimmicky mandatory spending doubt offsets which never happened during that period Senate Republicans tried again to use a looming budget deadline to force major budget concessions from president Obama led by Ted Cruz the Republican shut down the government in October twenty thirteen to pressure Obama into repealing obamacare before it could be fully implemented you'll recall cruise came under withering attack by Republicans I Caro by McConnell the election of president trump was supposed to help bring these costs under control but here we are twenty seventeen pew poll here's part of the problem sure the just fifteen percent of Republicans supported paring back the escalating costs of Medicare and social security bring down the deficit there is no doubt desire none to cut spending none there's no pressure on Congress to cut spending none there's no rational discussion about this in the media at all be blamed on trumpet should be blamed on all of them quite frankly both parties all leaders both parties all leaders there is no budget control act anymore there's no budget control anymore right now the fiscal operating that is twenty two trillion dollars and massively expanding the unfunded liability dad is over two hundred and fifty trillion dollars they don't even tell you about that all they ever do is talk about the twenty two trillion fiscal operating that they never tell you about the unfunded liabilities they complain a we can't control entitlements then you ought to ask them what does that contribute to the death they don't wanna talk about because they might have to do something about so when you add the twenty two trillion dollars let's just round it off to two hundred and twenty trillion dollars much higher in unfunded liabilities that means each and everyone of you is about seven hundred thousand dollars in that babies teenagers senior citizens about seven hundred thousand dollars each about sixty eight thousand dollars if you just consider fiscal operating debt but warned all of it there is a just a fiscal operating that there's an unfunded liabilities then we have the Democrats running often saying college for all how you gonna pay for you know just tax the rich healthcare for all wow you know well just tax the rich I know the Republicans Elise they used to give lip service to controlling spending don't even give lip service anymore I want you to look at your children and grandchildren I want you to think about fifty years for not just fifty years from we talk about Apollo eleven right fifty years ago look around you because fifty years from now this country is not going to be anything like it is today I'll be gone many of us will be gone by your children and grandchildren will be here in future generations and I am telling you that what we're doing to our children and grandchildren in generations yet point is going to destroy them this is going to destroy them all this crap about Mahler Russia collusion all these allies the focus of the media unfortunately mark my words this will destroy the country from within China will be on the rise other countries will be on the rise all we destroy ourselves from within because we're too damn selfish because we want something for nothing because we have demi cogs at the helm keep telling us you have a right to this in a right to that in a right to this in a right to that I'll be right back.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on 710 WOR

"We're talking about the cryptic types. There's what's happening. For the second time in a week, the Pentagon's top uniform officer has taken a poke at Google warning that the tech companies investments in China are doing long term damage to America's security, but general Joseph dumpstered, chairman of the joint chiefs of staff also said that he plans to meet with the tech giant debate about its. Roles and responsibilities as a commercial enterprise versus how much the firm owes to America as its home nation. His comments followed up statements made in a Senate hearing last week or he said, Google was indirectly benefiting the Chinese military by operations in that communist nation. President Trump has signed an executive order to promote free speech on college campuses by threatening colleges with the loss of federal research funding, if they do not protect those rights, a senior administration officials said the order directs twelve grant making agencies to use their authority in coordination with the White House office of management and budget public universities seeking funding would have to certify that they comply with the first amendment, which they already apply to of course, private universities, which have more flexibility in limiting speech would need to commit to their own institutional rules, Dr John Curtis with us online columnist dot com. John is this a strange executive order. No, I don't think. So I think it comes from, you know, the February nineteenth egregious attack of Hayden Williams by this guy named Zachary reeburg punched him in the face on the Berkeley campus. Everybody stood around dip nothing. He was simply trying to express more conservative point of view. And you've heard of instances of of different conservative speakers. I'm not just talking about an culture, I'm talking about Meteo Yannopoulos and Ben Shapiro. And there are Charles Murray, there's several others that literally when they go onto campus. It's almost like in groups, you know, kind of gang up on them. Sure and start throwing exit and literally drive them out of the campuses because it campuses tend to be so liberal oriented. So I think what Trump is really trying to do thirty five billion dollars that has granted to these instant public institutions around the United States a lot of cash, and he's basically saying look if you can't afford protect first projections. For people with an alternative point of view under the first amendment, then we're going to consider withholding some of your grant money and until and unless you can provide that kind of protection. So I, you know, I think it's a, you know, let me when somebody gets beaten up at, you know, on Berkeley trying to disseminate information, and you know, it just it's it's gone too. Far Georgia really crossed the line. Interesting. Take John thanks John's website online columnist dot com up and coming country singer Justin Carter has died after a gun accidentally fired while he was filming a music video. He was thirty five years old Carter's mother, Cindy McClellan says that his her son was filming this music video in Houston, Texas, when a gun in his pocket went off in Khadim in the corner of his eye, and then he died, geez. Most popular dog breeds for top list for the first twenty eight years in a row now labrador retrievers, but the German short haired pointers or tugging at the ranks because right behind them, of course, right after them or German shepherds. French BULLDOGS BULLDOGS, Beatles and poodles just thought you'd want to know that SpaceX. They say will blast people across the Atlantic from New York to London in under thirty minutes by twenty thirty and they're working on it. And they actually believe this is going to be a reality. That'll keep you even busier Peter with things in the sky. I'm worried about those those shots. God only knows how many UFO reports that's gonna give rise. Gosh. I know we're going to see you Saturday. We'll be in Everett Washington at our live stage show. But what do you have forced tonight? Well, the good news is I made it across the breadth of the state of Washington, and I'm within shooting distance of ever. So I'm the producer. I'm sure we'll be delighted and relieved to know that fact. Three things. I'd like to talk about briefly one you probably recall that last week I closed my update with a quick allusion to an event that was being reported from the area Vero Beach, Florida that's about sixty miles south of Cape. Kennedy a woman called just before the program this is seven days ago. Now to report that she had seen upwards of a hundred at least fifty she estimated and upwards of one hundred starlike objects with a boomerang shaped object in the midst of them, and they were swirling they were turning. They were darting all over the sky. Well, I didn't have any idea what I was dealing with at the time. And then realize how major event this turned out to be I've taken I think six reports which in my business is a lot George six reports. From people all over that area who sought and it remains UN explained as far as I can tell my first theory was it was perhaps something out of Cape Kennedy, but that doesn't fit and the colors are wrong so for for missile launch. So if anybody in the Vero beach area week ago tonight saw those objects. I would welcome a report, and I recommend that people go to the press and see if they can find out what what that event was the other thing. I'd like to talk about briefly tonight, George goes back to those green lights that I've been talking about for. Oh, probably two months or so I have three very good reports. The first one I'd like to share with our audience because it comes from odd. Asaba Ethiopia on the third February a young man age twenty one a university student reports that he was driving on the domino road towards odd. Asaba I've been on that highway myself beautiful country, and he saw a green light shoot across the sky and more or less a horizontal fashion. I mentioned it because just recently on the nineteenth of March just two nights ago. A woman from Chicago reported the chanter husband saw something very similar, and in that case, it was jinking then moving all over the sky was not just following the straight projector and a similar. Report from ocean springs. Mississippi woman reports that she was fishing with two friends and they saw an object streak agreeing object streak across the sky, probably for less than five seconds. But during that time, it maneuvered and changed its trajectory dramatically meteorites don't do that. They look like that. But they don't change direction. Like, so I'll be prepared to continue some of these reports Saturday afternoon and look forward to it immensely, George. We will see you in Everett Washington at a live stage show. Thank you so much. Did you ever wonder what's in your blood? Why you should even care? We'll in a moment. Dr Earl Mandel joins us to tell us. Why on coast to coast AM?.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Even on their February nineteenth. SEC filing. There was this line are Tesla's stores and galleries are highly visible premium outlets, major metropolitan markets, some of which combine retail sales and service opening a service center. New geographic area will increase demand. So you tell that to the SEC and investors on February nineteenth. And then just I don't know week or so later, you put on a blog your clothes and all the stores, and it's going to save your fortune accepted doesn't save you fourteen. You still have to pay the lease just because you sold close the store. After the blog post about three hours later, tesla finally got around e mailing workers saying well, seventy eight percent of the model. Three orders were online anyhow. So we're just gonna shout the stores down. Morgan Stanley, then came out and said something and for my friends who are car dealers listening at the moment, Morgan Stanley came out and said, of course, Tesla's going to sell online all the manufacturers want to sell direct to the public. I just can't get around the law to do it. We'll be back in a moment on five seventy KLIF. I'm Steven Gilchrist with southwest Nissan and Weatherford where it's always worth that short drive west to save real money on your next new Nissan. And if you doubt that right now at southwest on remaining two thousand eighteen Nissan titans. Take sixteen grand off list. I should also mention that we have a great supply of the all new two thousand nineteen Nissan cakes. Compact SUV, it's not only great looking. But fun to drive starts at eighteen.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"He was working on the campus of UC Berkeley on February nineteenth helping out some activists from turning points USA. And while he was there. He was operating was working at a table and advocating on behalf of turning points, which is a conservative organization, and they had a sign up that said that hate crime hate crime hoax is hurt real victims. Remember that? And so they have got to sign up and that was enough to draw the ire. Again of one Zachary Greenberg. I'm sorry Hayden's twenty-six Zachary Greenberg is twenty eight years old. Yes, now, we didn't know Zachary's name up until recently because people in the community there at Berkeley apparently were protecting him trying to avoid being helpful to police, and the reason the police were in pursuit of who. This person was was because Zachary came up to Hayden and clocked him he punched him multiple times. But one hit inspe- specifically was the big punch that left Hayden with a pretty good shiner one that he took on a national media tour that where he started having conversations FOX in front of us said we talked to him at CPAC. And he kind of relayed, look, I was just trying to be a polite conservative activists. I was having these conversations, and I was assaulted for it. By this guy won't we now know who this guy is Zachary Greenberg. Twenty eight years old. And he's a software engineer. He attacked. He clearly attacked Hayden. I realized a lot of the news coverage has to use the word allegedly attacked it's on video. It's about as transparent as it gets. He attacked this guy. I'm not saying that anybody's putting allegedly there is a way to. As a way to pretend it didn't happen. It's just kind of a journalistic obligation to not jump to the end of a legal case by saying it happened, but maybe Hayden orchestrated a hoax. Maybe this was all jussie smollet moment that Hayden orchestrated in the end. We'll all be eating crow. But for now, I don't feel that way. At all. I mean, it's pretty obvious that these two, so here's here's what we know. We've got charges now against Greenberg three felony counts and one misdemeanor account. He's got his mugshot out there. He's you know, he was placed under arrest. Cops have the mug shot of him. And the felony counts relate to assault and causing are intending bodily injury and criminal threats. Also the misdemeanors related to damaging Hayden's phone. He knocked out of his hands and throw it down. And that's that's a misdemeanor charge for that. So the the charges came five days after police arrested Greenberg for that attack on Hayden Williams. And the assistant vice chancellor of UC Berkeley, which I can't say has been all that helpful in all of this. They've been really disgusting when it comes to conservatives. This guy's name is Dan mogul off Mogadishu fosters go with that quote. We are pleased that the good investigative work of our police department has led to the filing of these charges. The university believes that those who violate the free speech rights of others must be held accountable and face the appropriate consequences. Well, this is not just the free speech rights, he downright assaulted him assaulted him. Yes. You violated his free speech rights, but he also physically injured this guy. Hayden Williams was on with Fox News is Laura Ingraham last night. And she asked why took so long to even find this guy in the first place. What it takes to find this guy? Well, I think due process was being followed which I appreciate that as a constitutional conservatives myself. But you know, I'm grateful that the police did their job and found this guy, but I remain disappointed with Berkeley. And the fact that they allow such a culture of intolerance and violence toward conservative viewpoints to grow at Berkeley. And even thrive. Amen. Amen. I mean, how many times we have to see this at Berkeley things being set on fire stings being smashed just because a conservative speaking. Yep. Well, and to his point in Hayden was wonderful. He was very his like we're going to follow the rule of law. I'm going to you know, I didn't hit him back because he he's he's just did everything you're supposed to do in these situations. I don't hit him back. I'm gonna let it all play out. We're going to do the right thing rental at the police do their thing. Almost too much restraint. Actually. Yeah. I I don't I would not have been as restrained as as he. But he's absolutely right. Yes. Yes. The president or the vice chancellor of UC Berkeley, Dan, Moga loop de come out and say the right thing where the university believes those who violate the free speech rights of others must be held accountable. But they've only been saying that recently they've allowed this problem to get to the point. They've allowed. Live allowed a culture of intolerance at Berkeley for so long to the point where it escalated out of control. Remember when I think it was Ben Shapiro was going to speak at Berkeley. And they were throwing things they were breaking things. There were trashing things on campus. It was all out riot because the students could not handle any kind of opinion with which they disagreed and Berkeley foster that they allowed it to grow. And now all of a sudden they're like over really sorry. Yeah. No. This is disgusting. All the way through. I'm really glad that this guy was actually caught. But the only reason he was caught was because Hayden had the wherewithal to record his face during this encounter. That's the only reason this happened. Were it not for that? And for the national media attention. We probably would have no arrests in Berkeley, would be honest Mary way, and this would keep continuing five forty three wwl froze. No getting the job done.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

15:11 min | 2 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Sign up to get involved where on Facebook and Instagram and Twitter, and you know, all the places that you can find us. February nineteenth is the primary election day such an important election. We're deciding the trajectory of future of our city in this mayor's race, and we have debates or forums. I should say coming up every week grants. We've got one stop one tomorrow. There will be plenty of so go to go to our website or go to our Facebook page to find out more about that. Well, thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for running for office. There's so many things the we didn't get you there. I want to talk about. But I really appreciate you taking the time to really outline your passion. And you're you're just understanding and vision of what Madison can be happy to come back. This was really well. That'd be we always way back. Thank you so much as MO cheeks Alder for the city of Madison candidate for Madison mayor, good luck. Noelle, thank you care. So it's great to have you. And now we will pause for a moment, but the transition happening here in the exciting Syria as we are move around our seats and joining us next the another candidate, obviously for Madison mayor Toyado Pat away is joining us. She's the city of Madison equity coordinator the first ever city of Madison at company coordinator. And I must say that personally, I was blown away when. I I got to know Torreon when she came on this show years ago, maybe two or three or you'll remind us when how long you've been our equity coordinator our first ever. And it was just pretty fantastic. I had no idea that the conversation would be so moving and powerful as it was. I thought it would be. Oh, yeah. We'll have this nice conversation about racism in Madison, blah, blah, blah. But the the death and the detail anyhow. I will let now Toyota's ready sitting in the right spot. We've got her here toy Ana pedal. She is candidate for Madison mayor Toyota tells a little bit about why you're running and your work as I ever equity coordinator. Well, I'm running because one because as I've been in this position. I definitely recognize that there was more that I could be doing beyond the equity coordinator, I've always loved the law and politics since fifteen this is something that I've been very passionate about. So you know, I didn't just wake up one day and say, hey, I'm going to run for mayor. You know, this has been a lifelong dream that I knew that I could lead and lead as a woman of color, a black woman of color and so as the the first equity coordinator for the city of Madison, I knew as early as August. In two thousand and sixteen as things started to unfold in my career that this was something that I absolutely had to do as I started to see unjust policies and practices in the institution. Not be followed. And as people would come to me and want to come to me, but not want to disclose and go through a process that is built in design for them to have their rights heard evaluated. So that they could have remedies and that bothered me that they didn't trust the process. So being the equity coordinator with the twenty thousand dollar budget in no power. No real authority. That bothered me that fear. Retaliation the fear that things will only get worse if the system right entered the process, and so you know, I started sitting back watching and continue doing the work building awareness creating trainings working with the department teams working collaboratively with the community started bringing in the community sharing. What the community was doing as far as Akwa and social Justice and how we can build better collaboration. So that people can empower themselves both internally and externally to recognize that they're not alone. Like this is shared prosperity, right? But you know, sometimes that's still not enough when you're trying to help both internal and external. Influencers to recognize that you are a leader, and you can own you know, part of this. You know, I I just decided that you know, I can't wait for someone else to do this. It had to be me. Do you think it's the fact that people were afraid and didn't trust the process and more really stepping up was that because of your saying because of the leadership from from the top the very top of the city. Absolutely. And you know, we have this idea that we say we have to be soft on people and hard on systems, and you know, with an institution there are structures. And then there they're the individuals within structures. And so when I say, you have to be soft on people and hard on systems where we know the practice of institutional racism exist, and we know that patterns of oppression exist, but it's intentionally set up. So that it doesn't it doesn't need. Person to perpetuate a racist. Right. And so I don't want to stay stuck there. But where I wanna stay is is that I have solutions to say big picture. If people don't understand how to navigate these things then the leadership from the top down has to be different because if you're a risk adverse in your complacent, and there's awareness happen. We know it takes anywhere from five to ten years for transformation to happen. I've been in this position as the equity coordinator for three and a half years now and we've been doing really good work. We see transformation happening in city government in our Woody analysis and our equitable hiring tools and our equitable workforce plan with thirty eight million dollars of capital budgets where you have to do these analysis with all twenty six departments. Right. And they're doing it. And they're doing it, you know, somewhat. Well, some of it is transactional still, you know, where it's a check the box exercise. But some are actually doing it with great intention, and they're actually doing the work, very collaboratively with our community partners. It's not enough because it's still being met with opposition. And not being done where top down practices are always being met collaboratively where people aren't being hurt in harm to all the time. And so, you know, I sit back, and I think what there are strategies in there real solutions that can actually address this from our process improvement point of view, where there's accountability and transparency, and these are the types of things that if our leadership don't have performance goals in their contracts. They're not accountable for anything. Right. There's no accountability. And we don't have measures six months a year. Eight months we're just their mediocrity. Right. Wait. Wait. How do we ever get to excellence? This is what I'm saying. And how then we say to the community. This is where we are. And how do we actually come back and say are we there yet is this what you mean when we say we work for you? These are your tax dollars, so Toyota, how do you take all of this mean your experience and understanding of the systems and structures that are perpetuating racism is it is just beyond. You know? We're almost anybody else. I've spoken with how do you take that and translate that to? Leading the entire city. Well, I look at everything that I've been privy to everything that I bring with me for my human resources experience working for both the state at a very high level training administrators at state agencies other management and also working with city also work with nonprofit, and this is what I say. This is what it translates to our oppressions are tied. This is not just about race in the city of Madison we have twenty eight protective classes and when you look beyond just race races. The one factor that we don't talk about the most in has the biggest disparities. It's the thing that makes us most uncomfortable and the United States of America, it is the construct that actually divided us a causes us to hate, right? And it's the distraction. That actually keeps us from actually doing the hard work in all of the areas that I talk about on my website. I talk about in the work that I do like in housing, affordability, transportation, economic development, and and when we talk about shared prosperity if we can't talk about race, we cannot solve the things that keeps us parted in our community. Why because our oppressions are tied. It doesn't matter. If you're a white male. It doesn't matter if you're a white woman because the values that we all share in common is that we want to be house. We want to be employed. We want to have food that is sustainable, and we wanna community that is safe. But let me tell you something if a person in this community that is of color or has been other is because they're LGBTQ they're Muslim or they're Latino or their immigrant. And if we can't have the hardest conversation that often is race. Guess what that are Prussian is going to nip us in the butt and all of those other oppressions are basically going to follow us. And that's the problem in Madison. We want to say that we're forward were oppress. We're we're progressive. But the thing that is lagging is is that we're always saying not in my neighborhood. Oh, not in my neighborhood. So how do you how do you get to that divide? How do you their rate? There's a big philosophy of we want equity, and and and fairness in our city. But then there's also, but I want this is what I want on my street in my neighborhood. And how do you how do you cut through that? And have those conversations I think what has to happen is that individuals really have to deal with their own Bs and stop faking the funk, and that's the bottom line of everything that has to happen. We have to stop living in the illusion that we are progressive and we're forward because we're not we're racist. We're bias and you have to embrace that. Because every time some wonderful initiative comes in our community or some wonderful opportunity to build something on our community that might be mixed use. That might have a homeless person. You know, I even hate to say it or low income people in your neighborhood or something that is not Alterra white. You say not in my neighborhood. Well, that's mixed with bias because one you haven't had the experience to get out of your bubble. And why is that because you've been primed you've been prime to believe that those people are so different than you. Because you've never had a conversation. Right. And it starts with a conversation comes from fear and lack of fear in lack of knowledge because if you really get down to the bottom of it your values are one hundred percent probably the same. The difference is is that the quality of life in the their means to be able to have the same quality of life that you have the privilege of enjoying is different because they're means maybe their education, their socio economic level has been different. Because the starting line has been different because of the impact of yes discrimination. Right. So let's let's get some specifics, then affordable housing and just in general access to work force housing and variety of housing. How do you increase that? How do you also make sure we still support the economic development does that happen on its own or we work on house? No, it doesn't. No, it doesn't. And there are several things that I I really believe as far as that that absolutely happened that needs to happen. I mean, we really need to restore tenants rights to provide stability and protection to renters. I'm really happy. That Iverson is in office because one of the things that is fabulous. Oh my God. I I it just it warms my heart that we will be able and I'm hoping in this administration because I think it's going to trickle down to some of the. Broad sweeping changes that can happen on a local level in some of our ordinance, but we know under our previous administration tenants lost a lot of right. Yes. They did. And so I'm hoping that there will be a restoration in on the state level on the state level. What can the city do I'm not? So I'm not as optimistic that there will be change on the state level. What can the city do regard in on the city level? One of the things that I think about is how we work with our developers with two funding. So starting there when we talk about affordable housing or housing affordability. I think on what we can do hands on is that when we're in our RFP processes way upstream that when we are collaborating with our developers really get in writing and be very intentional about how funds would be distributed with our she makes us properties. And then when we. We get to the point of the the renting part when the ownership part comes in oftentimes whether it's section forty two. Whether it's. Low income housing or restricted use housing. We really need to be very specific in removing barriers.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"I'm thankful for so many things, but I am especially thankful that I, I would tell you that ranks and kind of the top five that I'm thankful for because it's a great project and who would want to disappoint Alexander, you know, like telling a little boy that Tanna clause actually doesn't exist. So I wanna see him before with this project. And I think it's, yeah, I think is a great project and we do a lot with it. And also it becomes sort of a companion piece to the series American emperor, which I also believe is amazing. And so I think all of these sectors why this company got, I can't even, you know, it hasn't even sunk into me the bullets that were dodged and all of this because there's so much potential and in this brand and all of its properties and all of its pieces I bought back in. In Omni the magazine of science and science fiction. There's so many things to be done with that. And that's why when I bought the company in February of two thousand sixteen, it was so exciting and everybody was just at the, you know, like horses in the in the stalls at the race tracks waiting for the gates open, and we had to get through all of the horrific debt. You know, five million dollars in debt payment that we did as opposed to five million dollars in business development that we were able to do. Now, we emerge that free with people who believe in the Brown that wanna move it forward, the have the classy to move it forward. And the possibilities are unlimited at this point. I mean, there's incredible things that we can do and Colella and everything that surrounds the project Zander wants to do as a big piece of that. The impression of gotten over the last hour speaking to you is you're not going to be one who just kinda send their laurels now and says, okay, yeah. Great. We own the company now going to take it easy for a little bit. It seems like you are probably already running and doing the next thing. I mean, look, laurels, are. First of all, laurels are not that soft of a pillow to sit on the nobody cares at the end of the day, the day that I closed on the acquisition, February nineteenth at one thirty, eight PM Pacific standard time, and I closed and I took that afternoon to respond to tax an answer calls and emails from friends who congratulated me. And then that night, someone called to congratulate me a very good friend and he said something very prophetic. He said, congratulations now get ready. I get ready for what he said. Now you now people will come for you guys. You have something that they want. So they're gonna come for you and I said, oh, Stuart, you're being, you know, you're being paranoid but you know, little design, no, but there isn't a first of all. There's no time because you have to keep the machine moving forward. It has to move forward and nobody cares what you did five minutes ago or five days ago. Successful auction and acquisition on Monday is simply another gauntlet thrown. It's like, okay, we're ready to go. Now, what are you gonna do. I mean, now I'm under more pressure than ever right because now all of the impediments to moving these projects forward have been moved, and there is a rightful expectation from everybody that I'm going to do it. So you've been talking about it now, do it. So there's that. There's also the fact that. Like who wants to who wants to sit on your laurels. I mean, I don't even know what that is. You wanna move forward because I did it my, here's my problem. There's too many things to do. There's so many things to do. I wanna do science series on Netflix based on Omni. I wanna do an anthropology series like the twilight zone based on the science fiction that we publish an Omni. So I wanna do lots of media projects with Omni. I wanna do the series pick it. Netflix, Amazon limited series American emperor with the life and times of Guccione starring Clive.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Not even close really okay i didn't know if you had a member don even close i know that i went off that night i went down i was turning thirty four years old the night i had to do ten minutes was my birthday february nineteenth shit i wasn't even here month i got the time january twenty ninth and it was february nineteenth and i was doing ten minutes for mitzi hundred birthday my mother died i quit high school i ran from the law i rob able i went got locked up i got married the voiced i had a kid i gotta yanked from me because i was basically a fucking loser and i was thirty four fucking is on with no direction no direction this was all again we'll up to this night my whole life had been thrown away up to this night that's how i had a really think about it like if she makes me fucking regular what next like it took me two years eighteen months to stage i was so scared getting onstage the you know wildly now because i feared that night of being like a comedian yes i feared exactly what was happening i feel it i was scared that my life was going to change freaky did you want it to change all my god in the worst way in the worst way i wanted my life to change late i couldn't live like that no more i was just up in his ass that had become everything my mother didn't want me to become.

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"february nineteenth" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

WSJ Tech News Briefing

02:06 min | 4 years ago

"february nineteenth" Discussed on WSJ Tech News Briefing

"February nineteenth only on showtime i guess series redefining rival explore rivalry for week installment google aims to up it's street cred as a cloud computed up start news breed from the wall street journal hello this is the wall street journal stick news briefing on time you boosters in new york and as we all well know google basically destroyed the internet search it certainly reigned supreme and that brown but it's having a tougher time finding its footing in the rapidly growing cloud competing industry up against huge rivals like amazon and microsoft it's a link just goal is to catch up and again credibility in the cloud around and here with how they will in to do that is the wall street journal jay green joining us from seattle hi jay right so what do is google need to start doing if it really wants to catch up with the big cloud players like amazon like microsoft where shouldn't start yeah i mean so who personally the big club and they just aren't and big of the others and the came to an older than later so they really can build more of them ecosystem they they need to get more developers creating after that run on the surveyed if they need to get monocoque into graders but those big control confirmed but he and don't wait to really get schein you know selling in building services for customers and they really need to convinced i think cooperation that there really committed impacts yearly excuse to trying to catch up with amazon and microsoft in an offer a lot more new features just reduces so when you look at what the company has been so kissing on what has google is cloud business been geared toward specifically so when it has the ability to this for originally was for itself or running it operations around the world it search operation and whatnot and so and obviously had to battle back operation and all that business and with como has been very good at in that there gate and only dick is you know it has been in alive.

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