35 Burst results for "Few Months"
Monkeypox can spread to pet dogs, doctors report
"Health officials are warning people who are infected with monkeypox to stay away from household pets since the animals could be at risk of catching the virus I Norman hall The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for months has had the advice in place But it gained new attention after report from France published last week in the medical journal lancet about an Italian Greyhound that caught the virus by sleeping with its infected owners CDC disease ecologist Jeff dodie says such contact should be limited We obviously recommend that people don't sleep with their animals if they have monkeypox and reducing other types of close contacts such as hugging snuggling kissing and licking in that kind of thing The CDC says pets that come in close contact with a symptomatic person should be kept in home and away from other animals and people for 21 days after the most recent contact I Norman hall
Dog, missing 2 months, found alive inside Missouri cave
"A dog missing for two months was found alive inside a Missouri cabe I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Jack Barnard had all but given up on seeing his poodle hound mix again after she went missing in early June two months later he got a text from a neighbor People exploring a nearby cave had found a dog Like oh my goodness that's Abby How could this even be Just been two months How can she's still alive at this point Rescuers believe the nearly 14 year old dog lived mostly off her own body fat while spending nearly 60 days inside the cave nearly 500 feet in before her rescue on August 6th She walked to the truck with me and I put her in the picture up and put her in and that's when I realized how much weight she had lost because she was feather light Abby is now regaining weight and is wagging her tele again I'm Lisa dwyer
Democrats Still Face Enthusiasm Gap
"Well, David drucker of the Washington examiner, I think we're getting some data points. We've seen the Minnesota and Wisconsin primary elections Republican Republican voters up. Democrats down in Hawaii in the primary. A massive increase in Republican voters and a drop in Democrats. The regime media story, the narrative is Joe Biden's back. He's got his aviator glasses. He's gotten one 12th of what he asked for. That's practically the new deal. He's back. He's not even falling off his bike anymore, as he rides on the beach. And I think that that attempting to wish cast a guy with approval on par with monkey pox. I just think I just think his wishful thinking, what do you think? Well, I too think that looking at the president's screen of legislative accomplishments all in a row after several months of nothing. And concluding that the entire midterm election landscape is turned on its head, it stands for because it's just not true. I mean, the president's approval ratings are still low. Democrats are still facing headwinds. And one of the reasons why I'm paying close attention to how the fallout from the raid shakes up politically is because Republican turnout in primaries was already in democratic turnout in primaries was already either down or nowhere near as good as Republicans. So the Democrats already faced an enthusiasm gap. So it's not like they were riding high and now all of a sudden we've seen this thing turn on its head.
Jill Biden tests positive for COVID-19, 'mild' symptoms
"The White House says Jill Biden has tested positive for a COVID-19 Her spokeswoman says the First Lady started feeling cold like symptoms last night and tested positive while on vacation in South Carolina She is said to have mild COVID-19 symptoms and will start taking an antiviral while isolating for at least 5 days at the private home where she and the president had been staying The White House says he tested negative for the virus this morning but will wear a mask indoors for ten days per CDC guidance The president recovered from a rebound COVID-19 case earlier this month Sagar Meghani Washington
Cops: Suspects in attack on elderly woman are ages 11 to 18
"Three children and a young man are accused of beating and robbing a 70 year old woman in the lobby of her San Francisco apartment building last month San Francisco police chief William Scott and this from KG O identifies a young man suspected of being involved in the attack and robbery of a 70 year old woman 18 year old Oakland resident Daryl Moore and three juvenile suspects ages 11 13 and 14 Scott says the woman's injuries were not life threatening The attack follows a wave of assaults against Asian Americans during the coronavirus pandemic District attorney Brooke Jenkins tells keo what is going on in our society quite frankly and in San Francisco as you all understand very disturbing The 18 year old 14 year old and 13 year old face a variety of charges including robbery elder abuse false imprisonment and conspiracy The 11 year old is too young to be charged I'm Tim McGuire
FOX: National Archives Official Chose to Probe Trump, Ignored Clinton
"We have this from Fox Notice how I give credit to everyone and everything National archives official notified Department of Justice and Trump probe declined to do the same over Clinton emails What do we have here The official who triggered the federal probe into former president Trump's handling of classified documents Opted against doing the same concerning Hillary Clinton's email scandal David Ferrero who served as the director of the national archives and records administration Nara from November 2009 until a retired just this past April set in a February letter to House oversight committee leadership that is staff had started communicating with the Department of Justice earlier this year Not even the national archives Not even the national archives In January Trump returned 15 boxes of documents from his time in office to Nara after the agency notified him The material belonged to the federal government Because Nara identified classified information in the boxes Nara staff has been in communication with the Department of Justice he wrote in a February letter Okay Well there is an admission against interest February march April may June July August So even based on his admission they knew of classified information mister for 6 months
Feds oppose unsealing affidavit for Mar-a-Lago warrant
"The Justice Department opposes the unsealing of the affidavit supporting the FBI search the president's Florida estate I Norman hall a court filing from the U.S. attorney in Miami in a top Justice Department national security official says the investigation implicates highly classified material and the affidavit contained sensitive information about witnesses The government's opposition came in response to court filing by several news organizations seeking to unseal the underlying affidavit the Justice Department submitted when it asked for the war to search Trump's estate earlier this month The government told a federal magistrate judge that prosecutors believe some additional records including the cover sheet for the warrant and the government's request to seal the document should now be made public Norman hall Washington
Adam Schiff: 'I Don't Know' Why DOJ Waited 18 Months Before Raid
"Question that shifty Schiff got asked on the Sunday shows. So if there were truly materials of this classification level and it's been publicly reported elsewhere that there were materials related to nuclear programs for example. If there was that sensitive level of information being held, why did Justice Department officials wait 18 months after the end of the Trump presidency? What change that made this immediate? I don't know. But if the Trump people represented that they provided all the classified or national security information and didn't, that's a serious problem, and I could tell you anyone in the intelligence community that had documents like that marked top secret SCI in their residence after authorities went to them, they would be under serious investigation. He doesn't know. Why doesn't he do? And I'll tell you the reason why, because this is all about politics. The Democrats know that Donald Trump is gaining ground. The Democrats know that the Republicans are in are in the works of having a tsunami in the midterm elections. The Democrats know all of this, so they've got to try something. Something to stop the big mo. Momentum. That's what this was all about.
Why Did the FBI Wait 18 Months to Raid Trump's Home?
"No one's bothered to ask this question, but it's a question that needs to be needs to be asked. And I will say this, kudos over the weekend because at least one of the Sunday shows had the courage to ask, pencil deck shifty shift Adam Schiff, the question of why the DoJ waited. Now hear me, hear me out here for a moment. All right? First of all, I don't believe the president's done anything wrong at all. All right? But let's just say for the sake of the argument that yes, the president had the nuclear codes, he had the names of all of our all of our international spies and he was going to give that money to the highest bidder or whatever. Whatever nonsense they concocted, whatever conspiracy they concocted. Let's just say for the sake of the argument here that that's true. That we were in grave danger, we were in harm's way. If that was in fact true, why did they wait? I mean, if this was such an emergency, I mean, if president Trump had documents that could have destroyed America, why did they wait 18 months? Why not just go in right away?
Home Prices Are the Least Affordable in 33 Years
"Turning to that inflation report right now on housing. It's out of control. In fact, we're looking at home prices that are up so significantly that buying a home in America right now is actually the least affordable it's been in 33 years. Average mortgage payments rose to $1944 in the month of June compared to in January of last, while earlier this year, there were 1297, so rather significant spike, this is all due to higher rates and to record home prices. Kind of a bad combination, right? Because you've got rates going up, which means mortgages are more expensive. All while the housing market is so frothy that everything costs more. So it makes it tough for everyday folks. The national association of realtors is reporting this, the U.S. housing affordability index, they measure this affordability it fell to 98.5 last June. Again, the lowest recorded in 33 years. So housing is expensive. What's frustrating and what we all need to be aware of is that those economists, those wonky economists over there, the Federal Reserve, that don't seem to think or didn't seem to think forever that inflation was an issue. Remember just transitory transitory nothing to see here? Well, they don't like to look at housing prices. In their metrics, because they feel that housing is an investment. And it's too volatile. And so they discount it and consequently, I think this is part of the reason why they missed how bad inflation really was and how much it was getting embedded into our everyday economy.
Questions Surface About the FBI's "Source"
"Into this because the FBI search warrant, which finally came out, as I was insisting it needed to, like Americans need to know what the heck is going on here and as I pointed out before they're going to need a whole lot more than a quote unquote dossier to go after him this time, the warrant finally came out and what we learned was that the former president is in fact under investigation for potential obstruction of justice as well as the espionage act violations, his team has pointed out, look, there was nothing in these boxes in these documents that was improper. We've already told you that. We told you that back in June, his lawyer has insisted. And yet, the government is saying, no, no, no, there were other things there. Meanwhile, add to this, this layer that Mary Trump is floating, and I'm going to share with you all of this, her conversation, actually, on a podcast recently, where she suggesting that it was, in fact, his son in law that tipped the FBI off. I mean, this is crazy, crazy. So she's appearing on a podcast and the podcaster said, who benefits most by Donald Trump going to prison, there are so many, and she kind of said, yeah, yeah, there are. She said, I wanted to be all of them. So just so you understand, effectively, where she's coming from, she said that we need to look very hard at why Jared got $2 billion, we need to look very hard at why he's been so quiet for so many months now. And we need to think about who, if it, who could also be implicated in this that would need as big a play as turning Donald in in order to get out of trouble, or at least to mitigate the trouble they're in. It sounds like somebody endured position. She went on to say I'm not saying it's Jared, but it could be.
Is Hilaria Baldwin Pregnant Again?
"There are people getting back to eat ladia. Who thinks she's faking the pregnancy with this moon bump? And I'd say based on her selfies that I look at because I do follow on Instagram, even though she'll never well, I've said things to her. She doesn't respond, and now I believe I'm blocked, but I'm able to look. Based on a late selfie, I'd say she's currently 7 and a half months to 8 months pregnant. Or maybe she's not. The other day, hilaria took to her Instagram stories to address the quote unquote psycho conspiracy theories online. Who people who think she's faking baby number 7 and she jokes that they actually have somewhat of a point because her quote unquote friends told her that her belly kind of looks fake. They say it looks like you ate a ball because she's only carrying in front.
Eric Welcomes Jerome Corsi to the Show
"Sitting here with me, Jerome corsi. If you listen to this program, you remember that we've had Jerome corsi on this program in the past. I hardly know where to begin. So I will simply say, welcome back. A great pleasure to be back with you, Eric. Thank you. I look, I want my audience to understand what we're dealing with here. So first of all, you have written many, many big bestselling books to New York Times number one bestsellers. You were the reason you were on this program the last time, you were grievously persecuted through the Mueller investigation. They put you through hell, we talked about that when you were on the program last time. We're living in dark times. What happened the other day in Mar-a-Lago is just the latest example of it. So I want to talk to you about your new book. But give us an update on everything that has happened. I mean, there's so much evil every day, every week, every month that you can't remember what happened a year ago, what happened two years ago. I mean, the Mueller investigation, I forgot about that because so much else has happened. Well, first of all, it's a great pleasure to be back with you. When I was here last, I thought I was going to prison. And it was your shows. I think made a huge impact. And I can't tell you how much I appreciate it. I'm astonished in thrilled and thankful to God that that might be the case. Well, I think my faith got me through and I deeply appreciate your program. We need more Christian programming. My faith was really the bedrock of what I would not lie to give the mule or people what they wanted to keep Trump out of prison. And they wanted me basically to affirm the Russian collusion theory, which I knew to be nonsense and did not have a part in. I thought had ties to Julian Assange. It goes on and on. I wrote a book about it, silent, no more. So
Davidson earns 1st Angels win, beats slumping Twins 4-2
"Tucker Davidson and Luis ran he led the angels to a four two win over the twins giving Los Angeles back to back series wins for the first time in three months Davidson picked up his first angels victory by limiting Minnesota to two runs and four hits over 6 innings When he fought supplied a two run double tying the game in the third inning Kurt Suzuki and Shohei Ohtani drove in the angels other runs The twins were blanked after Byron buxton's two run Homer in the first inning Minnesota has lost 5 of 6 overall to fall two and a half games behind Cleveland topped the AL central I'm Dave fairy
1 dead, 17 hurt in crash during fundraiser for fire victims
"Authorities in Pennsylvania say one person was killed 17 others injured when a car struck a fundraiser they were attending Saturday then the driver left and killed his mother State police identified the driver as 24 year old Adriana's Waldo sora Reyes He was arraigned Sunday on two counts of criminal homicide and denied bail They say he drove into a crowd and berwick that was raising money for victims of a fire that killed ten people earlier this month Police say Reyes was arrested shortly afterward in the beating death of his mother nearby the first funerals for the fire victims were held Friday and more were scheduled for Monday I'm Julie Walker
‘Bullet Train’ Repeats No. 1, ‘Top Gun: Maverick’ Returns to Second Place as Box Office Nearly Grinds to Halt
"The Brad Pitt film bullet train leads to the box office for a second straight week according to studio estimates With the latest Hi It's the quiet car Bullet train pulled in another $13.4 million in its second week of release putting it as the number one movie draw for the weekend D.C. league of super pets barely beat out Top Gun: Maverick for second However maverick's third place showing is all the more impressive considering it's been out nearly three months Most movies head to streaming services after about 45 days in theaters Thor: Love and Thunder is number four with nope at number 5
Every Civilization That Crumbles Has Turned Their Backs on the Young
"This new movement that you are all part of is something that has got bubbling up from the bottom up and it's not even political. It is engaging in the spiritual because it's saying to the leaders of our society that we are willing to use our power to protect those that can not protect themselves. And isn't that the great example of whether or not a society is morally centered or not. Every major civilization that falls in crumbles turns their back on a nation's young people. Always. And isn't it interesting? You know, we were told for many years, we had Pride Month in June, whatever that is. And it was super like everywhere flags, this whole thing is like, are we a conquered country at this point? Where it's like you see the gay flag more than you see the United States of America flag? And by the way, I think some of us at some point said, you know what? Okay, whatever live and let live. When in reality, it's live and let them rule, not live and let live. And it goes in these steps. First, the step is, hey, you have to tolerate. The homosexual agenda, and you're like, that's kind of, okay, whatever. I think a lot of people say whatever. But then they say, okay, after you tolerate it, you must then participate. And then you must celebrate. Wait a second. That went a long way from tolerance to all of a sudden to participation in celebration. And isn't it interesting that after all these debates that have happened over the last couple of years, that where does it land? It ends with our children.
Fetterman says he is 'grateful' to be alive in first Senate campaign rally since suffering a stroke
"Pennsylvania Senate candidate John fetterman acknowledged he was lucky to be alive as he officially returned to the campaign trail And a Friday rally in Erie the Democrat took to the stage telling several hundred supporters For me it's about being grateful just grateful The 52 year old lieutenant governor had a stroke three months ago My life could have ended Veteran wearing his usual hoodie and jeans spoke for nearly 11 minutes haltingly at times and said his Republican opponent doctor mehmed Oz is a carpetbagger He's a New Jersey resident He
"few months" Discussed on Marketing School
"I mean, it's really hard to find community managers and moderators, right? Did you guys just source directly from the community when you guys launched early days or was it something else? Yeah, we did. So our community manager right now is mushy and he has been in the space for, you know, since at least early 2021. And yeah, he was a community manager for a few other communities and he's been one of our best hires. He manages the doodle bank, he manages the community and all of our other moderators and yeah, he was in belief he was in law school at the time and just wanted to make pivot. So there's folks from all different backgrounds and experiences that are getting into the space and getting really, really good roles. And really progressing their careers because we are still early on and formulating these triple-A brands of the future. So yeah, I think just getting active in the community is like the first step to finding really great opportunities. Amazing. And when you think about just some rapid fire things for you real quick, you guys launching. Obviously, people talk about Discord, Twitter spaces, Twitter, collabs, allow this stuff. Is there anything else you guys did that was kind of unique with your launch or do you think it was just strictly brand plus the things I just mentioned? Anything I'm missing there? I think it's really just like, you know, reputation in the space, honesty, and a clear vision of what we want to build. And that's building for many, you know, we're not just building for noodles every new experience that we launch smart contracts in public. And people can fork our tech and that's really what we're looking to do is make sure that everything's interoperable and everything is working in the NFT space and when you do build in that way, everybody around you begins to support you. So sharing of code and sharing of lessons learned and how to scale these web three teams. People are just so willing to share that knowledge in the space. And that's why we keep building towards just making sure that we're always focused on the community first. How do we better the collector experience for you to holders? Is there number one focus? There you have a guys build a great product and serve your freaking community. All right, so three rapid fire question you could just answer me in like a sentence or two on these. You're investment portfolio right now. There's two parts to this question a is it mostly in crypto right now? That's the first question. Yes or no? I am like 99% in crypto. So once you are working crypto and Ethereum becomes just a natural currency. So Ethereum mostly Ethereum. Yeah. That's where all the builders that we're working with, that's where we make royalties in..
"few months" Discussed on Marketing School
"Designed by Scott Martin, aka Bern toast. And so if you're not familiar with NFTs, I mean, they're non fungible tokens, very similar to in game items that you acquire in Fortnite or skins that you get across other games. But what's different is that you actually own your doodle, nobody can take your doodle away, not even us the creators, the reason why is because it's on the Ethereum blockchain. So you can take it across different marketplaces, different experiences, and really what the doodles brand is trying to do is just spread joy through artwork, installations, activations, in other ways you can use an interactive doodle. So also owning a doodle and this is something that we did differently. It gets you access to vote on or submit proposals to our doodle bank. And what our doodle bank is is essentially just a big bag of money in which we keep reserved for the community to vote on to complete project experiments or project ideas. So a couple of examples from the doodle bank are one project called noodles, which released earlier last year. It is a derivative project, but they use doodle bank funds to start the project. So we love supporting initiatives like that one and yeah, we're just excited to see where the future of the project takes us. The road map is currently basically open except the founders bounding team and the core doodles team, we do steer the project in which we think is the best for the space at the time. So we released another product called space doodles in which you can transform your doodle into a space doodle, which was a piece of technology that Jordan utilized called wrapped NFTs. And yeah, we're just continuing to build new web three experiences. We are trying to build one of the best or most unique teams in web three. So yeah, you're right. The hiring that we do is very important to us. We want to make sure folks are bought in in the future of NFTs and web three, which is decentralization. Utilizing different platforms and being able to use your assets in fund and new exciting.
"few months" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Reload dancing with the stars kicked off last night on. Abc with some fierce competition and we spoke to the dancers. right after the hit the ballroom. Floor dictating sane. Oh my goodness. Do serve much talent and being here desert another female having the time of life. I think that there was a lot of anticipation with our disturbance tonight. And i think that going lasts only made that grow and grow and grow until people g about to be mad about it. They're like i'm really honored and gets to be a part of this past. I think everybody's super incredible. And obviously i have in my opinion the best peter in the book so i'm thrilled mine to rosenheim it. Those two things that i like one. We wanna keep balance. There is the studio and this harm and so we need that for our relationship. Brian has three young boys harm. And i think anyone with kids will be like yeah dancing at heart. Yeah so they've got time. How you guys just watch. Tv while we were. I felt like. I just said my former dolls and i i was born the mazing. It was so different than anything i've ever done. So just being on. The dancefloor with amazing are randomly ran into the policies. We were just so excited. We haven't seen each other are walking through to dances and because he was walking hannah through the dance that we do which means he was leading her. And i was like your celebrity. Knows what they're doing enough to lead you through it. That's huge supplies. So happy he shaved beard. Oh yeah that'd be. I like the beard.
"few months" Discussed on Daily Pop
"I was like how much divorce i got a calculator. Good hundred percent. Do not listen to elizabeth taylor you right. Oh kim this for you right now to take a thousand back soon look right your you just think she she's done wail and she's in love. We will see put it this way. Okay i can this whole story. Is she posted the ring photo. Took you down. It was like oops. I didn't mean to do that. And then posted with a heart on top of it but girl we know we know you meant to show. Is that ring. Descend kerama medicine. Shirtless photo to me is seeing it. Ready to go. She told people she is on bumble. But she's got a big dating rule. No booze says it's because after a few glasses a short a remind goes straight to sexy time is a no drinking ru a good idea for everybody. I think so ellen. First day on thursday. You want to be clear. You want to hear what the person says. I think on the first date. You should have a clear mind but you might be. It depends on what you can handle. I can have a glass of wine but then you start telling the truth and then you start much. Std's and different things. You need to tell them the first day ex-boyfriend guys you are right. We ask women. Because i've been thinking glass and they just just.
"few months" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Over the next few months be on the lookout for exciting announcements and giveaways. Tourism Ireland official partner Notre Dame athletics pulp Burmeister, Ryan Harrison, the booth here in Tallahassee called about 75,000 so nicely. To see the fans to feel the fans and all the energy they are creating here. Florida State leads Notre Dame right now. 14 10 502 left until halftime. Notre Dame just scored on a 48 yard field goal from Jonathan Door 10 plays they have the ball a long time only getting 45 yards. He took a little over five minutes off the clock. And now door has the ball on the tee at the 35 yard line. It begins to walk the steps back. Florida state, both of their touchdowns. Ryan coming on the ground, the 1st and 89 yard touchdown run in the first quarter from Jay Sean Corbin and then on their last possession, quarterback Jordan Travis From inside the five yard line. Fake the run to the left bootlegged out to the right. Extra point made at 14 7 and door just made it 14 10 from 48 yards out door, walks up to the ball boots it away. And from his own goal on Travis J. Across the 15 head down and just across the 20 yard line. Florida state moving from our left right here in the second quarter 20 Yard return for Jay. Clock stops. 4 57 left in the second quarter. Notre Dame's defense getting a little breather to one of the things that happened towards that second quarter when Notre Dame's offensive stolen out that defense is on the field and the way that Jordan Travis has been running around, making, forcing different players to break the responsibility to tackle.
"few months" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Welcome back to around the house with gene caroline. We've been talking about trying to save you a few bucks around your house on energie. So how do we save you a couple box on our next few months energy bills so you can use that money someplace else. Well carolina we're just talking about water heaters but she brought up a great one. How do we track that electricity. How do we monitor that right. Yeah and so this technology arts gonna talk about can save you about nine percent on your electric bill. That's pretty substantial. I mean almost ten percent if you're going to watch and so i've had this running in my house now for about two years and it's called sense s. e. n. s. and i'd say it's an app but what happens is you have this little box you put in your electrical breaker panel and there's a couple of clips that come around the two lines that are coming in the two legs of power coming in. And then it hooks into a breaker power and then it goes on the internet and it senses using artificial intelligence everything. That's running inside your home. So i can open up the app and see what my always running is and then i can see you know what my energy bill is and i can compare it. I can put in my my electricity rates so it can tell me what my next month. Bill's going to be if it keeps going. It's brilliant so i'm looking at it. Basically gives you a monitor to current sent- like you get two centres with it and antenna power cable a mounting bracket and then you hook this up. It looks like it costs about three hundred dollars give or take. It's not really that expensive and so then doing great. It allows you to monitor have packages right so you can go to a little higher end package to. So what's it gonna tell us exactly. So here's what's cool at. This is when you plug this in. It gives you real time energy use and so machine. Basically the artificial intelligence learns the devices. In your home. You'll find device and go. Hey i just found a new. This is either a coffeemaker or a hairdryer. Or i'm just making things up but then it starts to give you historical usage trans that kind of stuff and so you can make goals. And then they've got all these different systems so you like if you've got solar it'll hook into your solar system if you've got a larger home where maybe you've got a four hundred amps service. They've got one there as well. So it's really cool. How it's designed to work within your home. And now i can test what's going on in my house and see real time. Where am i burning energy. That's amazing sting with yeah. Here's what's cool to testing with this is. It can also start to tell when things are failing so for instance. I love this. Because if you've got that old like twenty five year old beer fridge out in the in the in the garage someplace or the basement you can compare that fridge and its energy usage to like the really good energy fisher on. That's in your kitchen. Look at it and go. wow That beer fridge is costing me a ton of money. And if i buy a new energy efficient one that's gonna pay for itself in sixteen months. Maybe i need to replace. That puts them in there. That's not going to burn up so much electrcity. Yeah this is a really cool story. So they installed the sense in the middle of an issue with their well pump. And you know anybody who knows if you're well pomp is constantly trigger on it can cost you a fortune. So in this case they used used it with the well pump trigger which had broken and it was broken in the on position. So the i guess are well. Pump was always kicking on and they weren't getting understanding that it was happening and it was costing thousands of dollars and so when they installed the sense. It helped them narrow down the problem to figure out. That's you know that's your issue because a lot of times you don't hear your wall pump kicking on all the time especially if it's in a basement area so you'll just it'll keep kicking on kicking on all of a sudden you get this giant energy bill. That's pretty cool. That's very needs. We have a well. So that's why. I know these issues can happen and they get expensive so it's really cool that way so it's a great way to monitor what's going on and you can just do it on your phone. You can be sitting there anywhere in the world. If you've got an internet connection look what's going on your home and see wow. I'm using ten energy. What's what's going on right now now. It doesn't turn things off and on but it does give you real time monitoring and they're working out some details. When i was back there at their studios over in cambridge here quiche eighteen months ago. Or so i was hanging out in there and they were actually testing out kind of this cool feature where they were starting to be able to see that this guy is heating and cooling system was working right. The starting capacitor was failing and so it was trying to heat the heat pump up and start to get the motor going in a didn't and so it was they went. Oh wow that's an error. They could see it on their on their system and it was off an error. So they're working at getting smarter and smarter. And i think they're going to be able to catch more problems like that in the future and this one also if you go on vacation so someone's basement bathroom like the sewer pump would kick on when the basement bathroom would would run and so they went on vacation and they happen to check the sense app and they noticed that the pump was running every few minutes in the toilet in the bathroom was running all the time. So you can imagine your way. So they had a neighbor. Come over and shut the water off to the toilet. Can you imagine they would have had a two hundred plus bill for water just from being on vacation when they got back. That's awesome worth itself to keep it on. Keep it on your phone. That's gonna save you some serious serious money these smart thermostats can really save you a ton of money in your heating and cooling. I put in the new carrier system. They have their own version of that. But anything from the The nast to the echo be take a look and see what works best with your system but man those things can save you a ton of energy and you'll have to have it running all the time if especially if you're traveling and i like to that they're telling you you you get a lot of information on a nest right so you're looking at not only temperature but relative humidity which is really important and we talked about that in the last episode but monitoring that relative humidity the only thing the caveat to this that i often remind people is that sometimes when you have a nest on the wall. You're getting a wall temp. Not the center of the room temp or center of the room. rh reading so. Just be conscious of just because something's on the wall doesn't mean that that's not what's happening in the rest of your space so i often tell people to also have some type of neither standalone monitor or you can pick up a a really cheap. You know ten buck monitor down at the hardware store to put in the center of the room to kind of keep an eye on it and you can move it around because what set. Your wall isn't always necessarily what's happening in your airspace. For sure and what's cool now is nest and e koby both came out with little sensors now that you can place. That's around the house. That's so you can put these little sensors at now show on that app so if you have You know an area like in the upstairs bedroom basement basement. You're right in the basement sacconaghi so you can now monitor those other rooms with that same thermostat and that's really really cool. Yeah that's definitely a must. And how many do they do they give them to you. When you sign up for the nest and you get a nest or do you have to. Are they extra. gather extra. But they're not bad. They're not buying a whole new thermostat. They're just these little things that are about the inch by square and they work really good. Now that's a must. I haven't seen that that's interesting. Don't change that. We've got our classic rewind with clyde lewis coming up. this is a show. You don't want to ever miss. I'm eric chief. I'm carolina be and you've been listening to around the house.
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"Kitchen and bath stuff and really focusing on that kitchen today caroline. This is one of those topics so many people get scared of because that kitchen is such an overwhelming kind of expensive. Like the biggest project. You're going to do and i think when you look at the kitchen outside of your basic appliances. I mean most people. They'll fix the appliances. I because it's so daunting to do all the cabinetry and the sink. So right they'll be like oh give it a fresh. I'll just dixie appliance. And then you look and you're like oh crap. I really need to do a cabinet. That really need to do the countertops so yeah. It's daunting and we're here to make that easier for you. And so eric's got some good tips. I'm very very to be cutting edge. And i like to do things other people aren't doing so i want to know where i can go to really get good ideas the newest products. What's really available and not get something that is already been done or is going to be outdated by the time i get my kitchen. Yeah first off. I would stay away from the diy. Networks hdtv's because many times those things were recorded years ago and many times are recorded in canada. Where maybe that building codes going to be different or it's not available in the. Us were different product altogether. So my first place. That i recommend is go to house because many designers contractors will put up there recently completed projects up there. That project will show up on house for instance before it shows up. Where do they go to see the house. Dot house dot com. And it's that's an easy one. It's kind of like pinterest. But any of these cutoff picture websites. There's some things you need to keep in mind like caroline. How many times have you seen a house picture. Would they have that big chandelier over the bathtub. Well that doesn't meet electrical code in the us because it's a safety thing. They don't want you. Standing up in that bathtub reaching up and grabbing an electrical fixture or that fixture could come loose from the ceiling in land in the bathtub. Like it's the toner and someone's trying to knock you off so some things. Just what are you how. Yeah how many times have i had a client. I want to do this. And they have on their phone that picture of another country or even just an illegal installation of that going well. I found it on the internet. Can't we knew that. And the answer is no and we'll talk about this at another show but that's where some contractors will go in and put up that electrical box in the ceiling and put a cover on it and then after they're done with the project the homeowner will go back in and install that mindful chandelier over the bathtub. Denied you wanna be doing so. That's that happens more than you think it does. but that is unfortunately the case many times. You just can't do that. In keeping some people get idea in their head and they wanna make it happen right and and i. I could turn accused of that too. But you have to do it in a safe way because i think people are looking to be innovative. I think there are some people who are traditionalist. But for the most part. If i'm gonna do a big project i really wanna have cutting edge. Whether it's you know. Mike kilo century. We're talking about doors A new system where you can just put your finger up against the your fingerprint and you go right in your front door. That's really cool so like things like that. If you're really an innovator we need to get the right information. So how dot com. That's what you're recommending as far as picture house dot com is one. That's really good. Those guys have some good stuff up there and then you know i hate to say it leaning on your designer is a big one because they have some knowledge of what works. And what doesn't and if you're going to be working on a kitchen and you're gonna be working on something like that even if you're doing a major refresh where maybe you're not swapping out cabinets but you're doing some other stuff in there. A few hours for the designer will always save you money because they're going to help guide you down the road to get the project completed and you're the one that can also go. Have you ever thought of this. And by the way. This probably won't work. Like you think from america and soon markup standpoint eric how much should someone be paying for a designer so like if you're doing a kitchen. What is the appropriate amount of money. That designers should be taking is ten percent fifteen percent twenty percent. I mean and it depends on what what it is. Because here's why there are some designers out there that won't mark. The product put all that they will charge by the hour in so their hourly rate is going to be higher than if they're giving you an hourly late rate with the percentage on the materials. And so i like to really kind of have an open book with the designer. You have to kind of negotiate that out now. Here's some of the problems you run into. And this is a struggle in the design community that i know it's very torn and we could bring five designers on here and we'd have the most grand argument of which is better for a homeowner. There's a problem if you have the designer whose marking the products up and then you've got another plumber or electrician or contractor working on it because that plumber or the electrician when they install something they're gonna warranty it if that went through their books. So i don't like getting in the middle of this where you've got those products that are bought by the designer. The plumbers installing it in a year from now you've got a warranty issue and the plumber goes. I don't know man you gave me the staff. It's your stop. now you're paying in the product warranty. They'll get you a replacement part. You're paying to have that fixed. I would prefer to have that contractor by it so his plumber puts it in In so now that's covered by that warranty. That's where it starts to save you some money and i think you get a better warranty on the install when that contractor owns that material and the labor. Because if you've got a one year warranty or two year warranty whatever that contractor gave. That's where it's going to save you some money if you're paying some do to do that. Otherwise if you're supplying the materials yourself as a homeowner for instance if the plumber shows because hey you're missing in your now the the errand boy you have to go track that down for the plumber. Because you're the one. Bringing the materials i mean traditionally when you go to a designer who picks the hardware right. Who's picking the same and i remember like when i went. I think we ended up picking the actual faucet and things like that she. She did not She picked them and what went in the.
"few months" Discussed on Around the House with Eric G®
"Weekend. Thanks for joining us. Carolina and i are sitting here talking about how we can try to save you. Money were at least anticipated in that remodeling project. You're working on. Yeah and there's going of the break you may think you're just going to replace your cabinets. And then your countertops and just to a refresh. And then eric brought up a really good point. That may not be as simple as you think so. If you're just going to replace them utility some of your appliances there may be some electrical issues. All let you take that away with what we think could happen potentially could cost you money. Yeah if you've got that like nineteen seventies house in nineteen eighty s house depending on when it was built. Usually when you jump into a kitchen remodel you have to put in new circuits for everything because everything in your house. There in that kitchen requires really its own dedicated circuit. What i mean by that. If you have a dishwasher many times dishwasher maybe some outlets and the garbage disposal are on their own breaker right so when you go turn it off the breaker panel that turns off two or three. Everything goes off. Turn off a whole room. You're there went. Well the problem is is. That's not current code. So like for instance you're outlets are gonna be on their own circuit where the or an arc fault breaker depending on. What's going on there in your local building code many times in an older house. That's on the same. Those are in the same circuit. Is the lights if you kick it off or lose the breaker everything dies in the kitchen so those have to be separated. So you're saying your oven has to be on it. Tim breaker yes. So every appliance has to have. Its own breaker so Your refrigerator your microwave. Your garbage disposal. Your dishwasher your rain should your outlets your lights. You can see where this goes. You can add three or four different circuits to that and on top of that. There's a lot of new ranges or ovens built in ovens. Let's say you're just gonna remove and replace a double oven if you go grab like one of the ones which i really like and go to put it in there. If you've got that nineteen seventies house. You've got three wires that are coming in for that electrical service into that appliance. They require the fourth one. So now you're bringing another neutral in clients. Well and then that means you have to add a supplemental breaker box. Because a lot of people don't have room so if you have an old house you're gonna have to put another breaker box in a garage or location close to that. Now you're running another line and that's gonna cost you pretty penny. So yeah. I mean like for my panel here in my house when i did that. That was a five thousand dollar panel upgrade. Because i had an old one to have them come in and we had to move the panel because again this is where those things compound right so i had this mold split mean electrical panel in the house so it was from nineteen seventy seven. And i'm like all right. We're going to upgrade that cool. We're going to put the new one in. That's a fire hazard and already had signs of overheating. So i wanted to get that done early. Well then we opened that can of worms like you do with the remodeling project right. They're like oh by the way. Yeah we're that we're gonna hook it up to the. Oh we are new code says that you that line that goes to the to the power pole can't go there. It has to be within like four feet of the front corner of the house or whatever towards the pole. So i had to move that like thirty feet to get that up to code so all of a sudden it's almost like putting new service into my house just off meeting current code and it was this big. You know big project to get that done and you have to do it. I mean you're stuck right so now all of this ten thousand dollars you're gonna to put towards your kitchen cabinets. Every has now gone to electric. And you haven't even gotten started. Yeah absolutely so. That's one of those tricks. You've got to be really careful with just in coming up with that stuff. So some other gotcha. I want you to pay attention to in carolina. This is something that year super aware of. Is that these days. There's a couple things you got to be careful with with old houses. You've got to watch out for your lead paint. You gotta watch out for your specis because it is innate. Ana products that were used. I mean in my area here in portland oregon if i bring materials to the landfill right. That came out of my house. I have to have a specis testing if my house was built before. Two thousand four. I have to have onsite testing by a certified as best as professional that came into my house in took the test of the drywall. Or whatever i'm taking to the landfill the drop off. I have to have that tested before. A drop it off and take the people work with me. Otherwise they're not gonna take it and a lot of times to you'll buy a house for example say you just purchased a house and you really don't know much about it you'll go to rip up carpet and you'll find like the old nine by nine as best as tiles underneath the carpet or they'll have layers people love to layer thing so you'll have maybe Pergau floor on top of that carpet and then she started to take these down. You get to assessed this floor. Especially if the house was built nineteen sixties. You see a lot of fifty sixties and seventies and then that's going to cost you a pretty penny to take it out so absolutely. There's all these hidden caveats and and things that happened when you're trying to do these these projects for sure one way to save yourself some money early on in the project. If you're doing a major model around your house is to have one of those fastest testing companies. Come out and take samples of all the things that you're going to removing all at once. So that way they can do that. It's best to survey and tell you exactly what you got going on so you can sit there and all right. Here's the plan. This is what we're doing and that way you've got that report so when you get rid of it you don't have to worry about that. Yeah that's a really good idea and then also. i know. it's hard to get these plumbers and electricity to come out because they usually want to do work when they come out and they don't want to just assess something but i think it makes sense to have somebody especially electrician come out prior to the project and say. Hey you're looking at. You're going to need a new box. They're going to need an additional box. You're going to need more circuit breakers. Maybe you've got you know you wanna put in some high lights. Whatever it is you're gonna be doing. Just find out what. That's gonna cost you because i mean i'm guilty of that too eric. Right i always think about the electrical back and everything going down. Then i'm like. Oh wait i kind of bring. The electricity in contractors are right. It's time for the attrition but that is really not the right way to do it. So i'm trying to save people's yeah some of my aggravation. Don't.
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"few months" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"And and so. It's just not you know. In my view you know you continue to see this advancement by government to force you know consumers to adopt that which which they believe it's paternalistic. I mean it's it's it's not allowing the market and the economy drive which should occur. It's government telling consumers what they can and cannot choose what they can and cannot consume and in the same is true and the energy sector with respect to the power grid. I mean we're we're getting country where you're gonna have utility company and and in monitoring as far as us determined that your your thermostat should be set at certain degree at certain times of the day. It's already happening in these areas of the country where there are challenges as far as providing consistent electricity. Because as you know john. I mean before this administration before they obama administration oil natural gas and coal represented over eighty percents of how we generate electricity on the power grid. And today that that is you know that's probably in the fifty to sixty range and so we continue to see you. Know reduction of resiliency and reliability Those baseload feels that have always been there to ensure that we have access to power we need it and we'll we're replacing it with intermittent power wind and solar that when the sun's not china the wind's not blowing. We can't store that that power and as such that the power grid is what vulnerable and it prevents us their live the the growing economy To peruse steel to you know to to manufacturer into heat and cool our homes and so this all these things have consequences and this administration is telling the american people again. We're about big government for about big bureaucracy. Whereabout big taxes. And we're about all those things. And i just don't believe john that if you're all those things that you can be that small business employer you know that that you know this whole tax code that's being produced a thousand or less no tax increases. Well how many small businesses. John do you know out there that are in new york city or across this country. That are working hard to make half a million dollars. And what's going to happen to those folks they're gonna get taxed at the same rate that Exxon getting taxed at you know so it makes no sense whatsoever now. In addition the high energy prices is hurting consumer I mean like we said before. Gasoline is not from two dollars to three three and a half dollars a gallon and it's leading to higher food prices higher inflation higher everything because everything is transportation and when you combined that john with spending. I mean at one point. Three trillion dollar infrastructure package proposed spending on the background back in as you know the.
"few months" Discussed on KOMO
"A few months ago, she Tiger Woods had this horrific crash and a lot of people are wondering. Not only would he be okay, but would he play golf again? And that's I think something that's probably still Too early to tell, But you go through something like that, and you have all that athletic ability. All of a sudden the brakes are put on. You have to learn to do things like just simply walk again. Yes, A significant injury is a fracture, Significant fracture and in good hands, such as Dr Kerr. People can get back after these fractures. It's pretty amazing when they start putting these things back together. All right, Shannon O. Kelly and Dr Stewart curved Dr Kerr welcome. Welcome to health talk. We're glad you're joining us. We're going to talk today about basically come. You needed fractures of the tibia theory. This society fracture that Tiger woods sustained in the accident. He was involved in recently. But before we get into that, man, I was looking at your bio. Wow. Um, talk about experience, Probably in trauma and trauma, surgery and trauma fractures. I mean, military service. Naval, maybe sales. Uh, trauma center in Anchorage. I mean, tell us about your history and your practice. Well, I'll always enjoy taking care of a lot of injuries have spent. Fair deal of time overseas, taking care of a lot of our injured servicemen and service women and I've seen some really horrific injuries. Both Overseas deployments. And then you know, back home at the various naval medical centers, reconstructing a lot of those injuries and getting people back to a high level of function and then also have done that in a few busy trauma centers throughout the United States as well. So you probably have seen these these, um serious fractures of the tib fib. Let's talk about the tib fib. Let's talk about the anatomy. Let's talk about what it means. The term communicated fracture and let's set that up from kind of an anatomical standpoint, and then kind of the trauma and the mechanism of injury. So the tibia and the fibula those are the bones that connect the from the knee to the ankle. And essentially that Tibia is the larger of those two bones. The fibula is the one that's on the outside the TV is what you typically can feel right underneath the surface of your skin. And that's the the bone that you protect. Typically with like a shin pad when you're playing soccer and other sports, a accommodative fracture basically means that Fracture has many segments to it rather than just a clean break of that of those two bones in half. A commented fracture is one that's more shattered and has many pieces and As such has a lot more energy that's been directed into it, too, cause that fracture. So let's talk about that energy or that mechanism injury. This sounds like a comedy to fracture. The tip. 50 is an impact injury in in, in example, a car wreck. I would imagine that you're kind of pushing on the brake or something like that. Or bracing yourself and that car impact that energy goes up through that tip fib and just explodes it basically in these multiple pieces is that fair to say from a mechanism injury, it is. There's a lot of mechanisms that can cause commentator fractures, crush injuries, other things like this, but In the case with Tiger Woods, his Injury most likely was a loading and, uh, a loading type of injury high energy injury from his higher speed automobile crash and that energy dissipated through those bones and And fracture them in numerous pieces. Well, you know, I can imagine, you know, the fibula is a fairly small bone. But the tibia is a fairly good sized bone, and it's pretty sturdy bone. Um, I could imagine that's a pretty significant impact to cause that bone to kind of just implode basically or fracture in several pieces. Um, it's a It's a high impact injury, usually or some kind of trauma. Obviously. Correct. Okay, So what? What are the concerns? Then? You've got these fragmented pieces of bone. You know, I know from anatomical standpoint, the tib fib that Enterasys membrane or that that that that structure that anatomical connection soft tissue You've got nerves. You've got blood vessels. Those nerves and blood vessels are going down through that area to get to the toes. For example, I mean, I can imagine there's a lot of concern here. Well, there is and typically in these in these types of Injuries with that amount of energy that goes through that limb and and fractures the bone like in his case, it was an open fracture. Um and also, you know, with these types of injuries, there's typically a lot of soft tissue injury that goes along with the with the fracture.
"few months" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"We go on dates all the time Through little bit of kurban there we had to kind of relearn so that actually could just but we did The level of honor we have for each other is actually incredible in its still building. There's i'm not. I haven't arrived like it's still like a progress and it's been it's been pretty huge as far as my kids. I'm not gonna say that. I ever yell at them because my mom and i still do i still on but i catch myself like i catch when it's about to happen or a catch when at right after i do it and i have actually given my children the freedom to say mom. You're yelling or mom. You're not being very nice. I actually gave them the freedom to do that. And that if you want to like. They're like the best little police in your whole ever. trust me. they pitch everything. When you give kids permission to call you out on steph. They do it it and they don't miss one single one single thing and as far as money i have since i now have two strings of streams of income I am. I have my own youtube channel and i'm actually part of the budget but didn't plan and we've actually. This is going to tell you this action. But i love about this system. You give us the freedom to figure out what works for us. You don't create a system that is like this is how it is like you have a system that works for the hemmings like but we have to figure we have to find it but you give us the tools to find it. And that's what i love. So we actually over this last year have tried a bunch of different ones and we just now found what works for the helms and i absolutely love it like it is so cool and it's like a mixture so for us like actually talk about money and there's nobody mad and there's nobody crying and there's like so much freedom in there is no guilt in buying anything. There's no guilty you know. It's just incredible. The amount of honor that is in the whole money thing we've had yeah just major breakers and then the house. My house is very lived in. I have three children like it is definitely not like i would not say that. It's completely lake christine in order early. It's very lived in. However i host all the time and i'm very confident in doing it. I'm very comfortable. And most of the time i can have. My house picked up in fifteen minutes. Which is my goal to have it that we can just work together..
"few months" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Clara with all of this. What would you say. What did you start to identify with like. You're the biggest pain point. Like which one of those areas was the biggest stressor for you marriage like but because my husband is so rooting oriented. Everything is routine for him in. I didn't know what that was actually. Probably gonna put it on that because it slowed into everything else. Gotcha so the marriage was when we started to look at the fruit of our life. The marriage the fruit of our marriage was actually negatively affecting everything. Sounds like it was negatively affecting money and your home life and everything. Okay so now. I have to ask. You have been a part of this pretty much since we started which is about a year and a half now. Okay so what what has changed. What does life look like a year and a half later. While i had to ask my husband because i literally don't know that person anymore as far as i'm going to start at the top again and i try to do it in because of you have taught this which has been so huge for me. I know who who my father is in who i am in him. And my marriage we go on dates all the time <hes> <unk>. Through little bit of kurban there we had to kind of relearn so that actually could just but we did <hes>. The level of honor we have for each other is actually incredible in its still building. There's i'm not. I haven't arrived like it's still like a progress and it's been it's been pretty huge as far as my kids. I'm not gonna say that. I ever yell at them because my mom and i still do i still on but i catch myself like i catch when it's about to happen or a catch when at right after i do it and i have actually given my children the freedom to say mom. You're yelling or mom. You're not being very nice. I actually gave them the freedom to do that. And that if you want to like. They're like the best little police in your whole ever. trust me. they pitch everything. When you give kids permission to call you out on steph. They do it it and they don't miss one single one single thing and as far as money i have since i now have two strings of streams of income <hes>. I am. I have my own youtube channel and i'm actually part of the budget but didn't plan and we've actually. This is going to tell you this action. But i love about this system. You give us the freedom to figure out what works for us. You don't create a system that is like this is how it is like you have a system that works for the hemmings like but we have to figure we have to find it but you give us the tools to find it. And that's what i love. So we actually over this last year have tried a bunch of different ones and we just now found what works for the helms and i absolutely love it like it is so cool and it's like a mixture so for us like actually talk about money and there's nobody mad and there's nobody crying and there's like so much freedom in there is no guilt in buying anything. There's no guilty you know. It's just incredible. The amount of honor that is in the whole money thing we've had yeah just major breakers
"few months" Discussed on Kingdom Mom
"Your territory kingdom moms. Let's begin all right so we're going to go ahead and get started. I'm really actually a super excited for this because clara. You're you're like one of the very first students that we ever had. And i remember. I think the first time. I met you is you came to the one and only kingdom event that we ever did john laverty But you came. And i'll never forget like the conversations that we had and it was so cool so i first of all. Can you tell everybody just a little bit about yourself. Like who are you where you're from. How many kids you have all that jazz. Yes first of all thank you. Thank you for just being you and i am clear. I am married to jason helmi. Incredible husband and i have three children Year old six year old a three year old right now. Currently we homeschool not kobe. We home school like we have been for years now. couple years. We live on a farm. I love gardening. And all the things home setting if you need to learn anything about canning. Clair's your girl. She's always canning something whenever i'm talking to her. Okay clara tell us what was life like before going through the stress. Elimination membership back when you started. It was called kingdom coaching and now at stress elimination method. What was life like before that was a little rough is actually kind of an understatement. I actually had to ask my husband what it was like. 'cause i almost honestly i almost forgot i'm going to start with god Didn't really know who was in christ at all a little. Then i'm gonna go to my marriage. It was a hot mess. We didn't understand each other or honor each other even a little bit. We never went on dates. My husband reminded me that we actually didn't trust each other at like at all. We had no trust for each other. We were always at each other and then as far as my kids one of like i was yelling at them. Pretty much consistently. I was yelling at them. My house was a mess. I never hosted. I actually love hosting Never hosted because i always embarrassed House look like it was never like. I never wanted to invite anybody over and usually when we crawled into our unmade bed. There's laundry on it on. I dunno imagine like piles of clean laundry and dirty laundry and you kind.
"few months" Discussed on PRI's The World
"The number in the news life lock down has looked really different for people around the country and across the globe. But for most everyone it's been stressful. So for all of us people in Iceland have a bit of advice a good long scream here the details for the world and PR X. Today's number in the news is twenty thousand. Twenty thousand people have the past few months made you WANNA scream. I joined the club alongside more than twenty thousand people who are saying go for it. A group promoting tourism in Iceland. Is asking people across the globe to scream into their computer and then sit back with a newfound peace as the recording is broadcast wide open, Icelandic, wilderness, a symbolic and cathartic way to let go of your stress. Nearly. Twenty thousand people have submitted their shrieks so far but no two screams are like some people choose a friendly. Hello. Hello John. While others get specific with their shouts. Role. But all of them show serious frustration. It's a wordless ball, but message received the past few months have been tough. Screaming might just help. We have basic was to describe some of the feelings that we have but we have a lot more complicated emotional experiences we have. For Zoe Aston is a therapist and mental health consultant who worked on the project. Ashton says, these screams aren't just a gimmick to get her Est.. It's a real technique called primal therapy prime. That was started therapy that was used in the nineteen seventies and rather than sitting in tool. King. They took people aren't the wide open spaces and they encourage people to kind of let go some of those really pens onto emotions pent up emotions like those weighing heavily on people today. Ashton says life under lockdown has left many people with a log of feelings that need to get out because we haven't been absolutely about bodies like normally do go places see we have had the same kind. Of connections with people releasing these tensions doesn't have to mean letting out a good old scream. You can go for a run sing damps just something to physically express what's going on inside. But if you do choose the Icelandic route, Ashton has tips on how to get the most out of your scream pretty hand on your belly that.
"few months" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Seven summit in France president trump touts a new trade agreement with Japan transaction and we've agreed in principle is visions and dreams about the US has been looking to increase agricultural exports to Japan but there's no firm word on what the deal would cover White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow tells C. N. N. Mr trump is not having second thoughts on his trade war with China even though he said he was when asked by reporters Mr trump said he had second thoughts about everything Kudlow telling CNN were staying with the policy that was announced on Fridays I believe a five percent increase on the two tires the first two fifty and the second three hundred September first and the seven fifty at December fifteen last week trying to hit the US with new terra son seventy five billion dollars worth of American goods CBS news update I'm Steve K. for news radio eight forty WHAS back to you on Monday where Jill Slazenger helps you take the mystery out of your finances your back in jail on money and this is the program that takes the mystery out of your financial life here's what happened the first few months of the year we got busy and we attacked all of the emails and we just it was so great and then by the end of the second quarter I was traveling a lot to do the book stuff and mark had to have a baby and we got behind so if you send us an email we haven't gotten back to yet I apologize we're going to use some of the next I don't know couple months will catch up the best we can I'm so please be patient if you send us an email with your question ask Jill and Joe on money dot com we will will rock and roll we're really going to try to get through these and by the way yeah if you do want to buy the book you can just go to our website July money dot com and the book is called the dumb thing smart people do with their money thirteen ways to write your financial wrongs okay let us get to you here's a note from dell who is sixty it's as we both are sixty save money in our IRA four oh one K. just under million have box we hope to retire in a couple years our plan is to upgrade our R. V. in truck seller home and travel for as long as our health allows current RV way too old we plan to take a six month trial trip six month trial trip well my god I had to make sure we like it if we do we'll sell our house if not we'll sell the RV okay we're hoping to get health insurance through the marketplace until Medicare kicks then we'll have a.
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"An acrimonious few months in Washington, but firm moment, Donald Trump didn't look like the same man who'd been at the heart of so much divisiveness. Millions of our fellow citizens are watching us now gathered in this great chamber. Hoping that we will govern not as two parties. But as one nation. It didn't last long the president soon. Took obvious aim at the Russia investigation, calling it ridiculous and partisan and the longest section of his speech focused on immigrants here tonight is Deborah Bisset at one point introducing a woman whose parents he alleged had been killed illegal immigrant. They were in their eighties. And it kept coming large organized caravans are on the March to the United States. The lawless state of our southern border is a threat to the safety security and financial well being of all America, but the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. For much of the speech Republican stood in cheered as Democrats whose congresswoman dressed in white to honor the legacy of women's suffrage in the United States sat expressionless. There was a moment that had them cheering to we have more women in the workforce then ever before..