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Vatican trial places pope, top aide at center of London deal
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White House details plans to vaccinate 28M children age 5-11
"Once approved by federal regulators children aged five to eleven will be able to get a covert shot at their doctor's office local pharmacy and potentially even their school the White House plan to supply covert vaccines for twenty eight million children targets almost every medical provider that kids would have access to Cisco would response coordinator Jeff designs we have secured vaccines supplied to vaccinate every child ages five through eleven it is soon as the vaccine is authorized by the FDA we will begin shipping millions of devotion this is nationwide within hours of the formal approval of the fires a shot for children which is expected after the CDC advisory meeting scheduled for November second and third Zions says fifteen million doses will ship with millions more to follow weekly the U. S. but sixty five million doses making it free to everyone who wants it I'm Julie Walker
Ford to make electric power units in northwest England
"Three hundred and fifteen million dollars to turn a transmission factory in north west England into a plan that will make electric power units for cars and trucks sold throughout Europe the carmaker says that the Halewood plant will begin producing the power units which replaced the engine and transmission used in internal combustion engines by mid twenty twenty four capacity is planned to be around two hundred fifty thousand units a year Ford says investment includes a support from the British government though it did not specify the amount Ford
J&J seeks US clearance for COVID-19 vaccine booster doses
"Johnson and Johnson is asking federal regulators to clear booster shots of its covert nineteen vaccine J. and J. wants the FDA to authorize boosters for those eighteen and over who receive the company's one shot vaccine regulators last month signed off on Pfizer's booster shots the review data from both the J. and J. and the dharna and Americans could start getting those posters later this month while more than one hundred seventy million Americans are now fully vaccinated with either the flies or maternity shots fewer than fifteen million have been given the J. and J. vaccine Sager made Donnie Washington
Trends for Voice Assistants Use in the Car
"All right. So the first thing i want to talk about is how big is this space. So data shows in the us. There are one hundred twenty seven million consumer so that's one hundred twenty seven out of about two hundred sixty million. Us adults who are using a voice assistant at some point while they're driving. Now what does this mean. Let's talk about the definition there. This is the broadest definition of water. Voice assistant use is in the car and that means they could be using bluetooth connected to the sound system it could mean they're using their apple carl carplay or android auto which are projection technologies which basically are just the smartphone but it takes over the screen the payment center screen as well. So it's really that smartphone experience again but it's a little richer than just using bluetooth connect to the phone and then we have the embedded or in car voice assistance provided by the auto manufacturers embedded in the infotainment systems sometimes their custom. Sometimes they're provided by one of the general purpose players like amazon or google so this is the broad definition so about one hundred twenty seven million in the us now. We have three years of data on this from the us around the car. We've been doing this report since two thousand nine hundred. This was the first year we actually added and the uk and germany and the future years. We hope to add a few more as well. So in germany we have twenty seven hundred million. But also you know it's twenty seven million out of an adult population of sixty nine million and then in uk it's just under nineteen million out of fifteen million total population. She's starting to get a sense of how large these these are now the us adoption rates more in terms of people who've tried it. However if you go to the uk in germany what you're gonna find there's a higher proportion of users who are actual regular user so we break this down into people who have occasionally use it. People were monthly active users and people who are daily users so those daily users being the power users using it just about every time they get in the car. So what we see. Is we see a lot more. The casual users in the us a much bigger proportion of the users use it very carefully not in a monthly or daily basis when you move into the uk. Germany they tend to be more monthly active users at least and a lot more daily active user so in terms of the percentage of people were using voice in the car. They tend to be more more to be power users.
Fits and Starts: SARS-CoV-2's Origin
"The delta strain of the corona virus is completing its journey around the world today cases in new zealand spiked after. It hitched a ride from australia. But what about the original variant. The patient zero. What geneticists call the wild type before mutations made it more infectious its origins are still a mystery. Probably jumped from an animal to a human but the alternatives simply haven't been ruled out this week. The leader of the world health organization's mission to china said the answer could be research work. Gone wrong the. Who has asked china for permission to examine to corona virus. Labs in the city of wuhan. china refused. It's a question that won't go away and the answer isn't just about this. Pandemic it's crucial for navigating or even avoiding the next one from our estimates about fifteen million people so far have died of covert nineteen around the world and despite this the has been no thorough international investigation of how this virus originated in china at the end of two thousand. Nineteen natasha loader. Is the economists health policy editor. Who convened study that issued a report in march this year is really widely seen as being fatally flawed and thought the team leader from the international scientists side. Recent negree over some of its key conclusions. When you say fatally flawed. What do you mean. Well fundamentally the mission never had abroad investigation as part of its terms of reference.
U.S. Defends Booster Plan Amid WHO Criticism
"The U. S. is defending its plan to offer cove it nineteen booster shots amid sharp criticism from the World Health Organization W. H. O. emergencies chief Michael Ryan says poor nations don't even have enough vaccine to give their people a first shot we're counting down notes that extra life jackets to people who already have life jackets well we're leaving other people driving without a single life jacket here in Washington I do not accept the idea that you can choose between America and the world Surgeon General Vivek Murthy says there's a responsibility to both White House officials say the U. S. has donated one hundred fifteen million vaccine doses to eighty nations more than all other countries combined Sager mag ani Washington
Heres Why Tesla Is so Important
"Everybody raum our here and today we're gonna be talking about a couple of really important reports. First tesla's most recent impact report which has a ton of fascinating details and it won't go through the highlights. There that release also coincided with a huge new report on climate change by the will spend some time on that as well and then we've got a few other quick hits of news which will run through at the beginning. Quick look at tesla stock another relatively low volume day to day to start the week off just under fifteen million shares traded but tussles up two point one percent on the day to seven hundred and thirteen dollars. Seventy six cents that compared to the nasdaq up about two tenths of a percent. Cosstalk did see an upgrade today from jeffries and almost philippa who schwa- upgrading from neutral to buy which as we've talked about upgrades like that where they're actually rewriting. The stock those are more significant to analysts than press targeted adjustments. But that being said he did increase his price. Target from seven hundred dollars per share up to eight hundred fifty. From the note quote valuing tesla is as challenging as ever we raise our discounted cash flow base price target from seven hundred dollars to eight hundred fifty dollars on higher profitability and accelerated growth. While at thirty five percent five year compound annual growth rate. we remain below tessa. Guidance of fifty percent as trend growth desa currently trades on nine times revenue and sixty two times earnings before interest and tax a level disconnected with auto multiples but in our view more consistent with net growth lack of legacy issues and wider addressable markets including energy generation and storage and one. Quick little note here. Just because i do see these inflated allot tesla has guided for greater than fifty percent growth compounded annually for vehicle deliveries. That doesn't necessarily mean revenue would grow at fifty percent. Plus obviously it very well could but that's not what tesla has specified so to me. It's not super clear but it does look like in this case. Jefferies is comparing their revenue forecasts tesla's vehicle delivery guidance and tennessee that a lot so just wanted to point that out next year. We've got an update on giga texas. From joe tag mayer. He does drawn flyovers there and remember last week. We had talked about him here. He that tussle was going to be doing a test. Production run for the mentawai next week. Which would not be this week
How the Fight for the Unborn Is Gaining Ground and Thriving
"Is the battle for the unborn different today than it was when you began your organization. It's so different in a good way. I mean there's so many more voices younger voices speaking out for change and on behalf of the pre-born mothers the abortion rate has declined in the last ten years to in some ways historic lows. Pro-life legislation is at an all time high at the state level unprecedented pro-life legislative game attribute that to. I think it's a lot of factors but primarily the energy and enthusiasm of the fight. I mean there's millions. I mean live. Action has five and a half million people following us following along and we have other organization live. Action has how many myself and live action. We have over five and a half million people following our work and fifteen million people reaching weekly with our work and and these are mostly young people young women. So that's the backbone of our movement and i just i didn't that didn't exist ten years ago and it's exciting to be part of that in other pro-life groups The founded and grow into amazing work serving mothers and need and families as well as educating and getting involved in politics. I think i was at the pro-life march a few years ago. And i remember saying that i think that the trend part of the reason the trend has been changing is because of science in other words. Ironically we know things today that we didn't know we have ultrasounds you have pictures of your unborn siblings on the refrigerator and so it's not worth. It's not a thesis. You can see actually that this is a person. This is my brother. This is my sister. This is my grandchild. It's it's become a thing. Technology has enabled us to see the humanity of the unborn and so science. The more we know a from from science and technology we have the the more clear it is that this is a person and obviously nineteen. Seventy-three was very easy to talk about it. As a as a bunch of cells or the blob or something. It's less easy to do
Borderline Disorder: The UN's Refugee Treaty at 70
"Today marks the seventieth anniversary of the united nations refugee convention a landmark treaty that established the obligations that countries have to people fleeing persecution. A core principle is nonrefoulement. That migrants should not be returned to a country where they faced serious threat of persecution. But in recent years the refugee convention has become perhaps the least popular treaty in the rich world in two thousand fifteen millions of asylum seekers many fleeing the civil war in syria tried to reach europe in any way they could men women and children. The beach is covered in life jackets and the remains of rubber boats relentless waves of people washing up on the shores of greece news reports were flooded with images of people making a desperate and often deadly journey arriving. It's a gateway to europe. Boats packed with migrants and refugees. Continue to land on the shores of the greek island of last balls oats packed with migrants and refugees. The law makes a sharp distinction between the two the difference between seeking shelter and simply seeking a better life. That's a hugely politicised question in america. Where president joe biden faced a slow burn crisis from his first day in office. Yesterday the biden administration said it would speed up. Its work through the backlog of asylum claims as well as its work deporting. Those who don't qualify and in britain where in the past week record numbers of migrants attempted to make the crossing from france. The home secretary spoke of patients that is thinning asylum systems that cost taxpayers over a billion pounds. A year enough of da's arriving illegally on our shores directed by organized crime gangs seventy years after the treaties founding the world is creating more and more refugees even as fewer and fewer governments have the appetite to protect them.
Money in the Bank: Child Tax Credit Dollars Head to Parents
"The federal government is starting to deposit child tax credit money into the accounts of more than thirty five million families today president Biden expanded the credit for one year as part of his corona virus relief package passed in March some fifteen million households will now receive the full credit the monthly payments amount to three hundred dollars for each child five and younger in two hundred and fifty dollars for those between five and seventeen the payments are set to lapse after a year but the president is pushing to extend them through at least twenty twenty five and ultimately would like to make them permanent he says it would cut child poverty in half and help economic growth Republican opponents like senator Marco Rubio criticized the plan saying families can qualify for the payment regardless of whether the parents have a job Ben Thomas Washington
Minnesota Governor Announces Changes to Statewide Policing Practices
"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Minnesota's governor announces changes to policing practices Minnesota governor Tim walls in out state wide changes to policing Monday the wall said will increase transparency and accountability walls directed state law enforcement agencies to develop a policy that will allow families of victims killed by officers in those agencies to view body camera footage within five days of the fatal encounter additionally a police misconduct database will be created the executive action also directs fifteen million dollars in grants received via the American rescue plan federal stimulus package for community safety and violence intervention programs walls acted just days after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelton was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison for the death of George
A Gene Therapy to Program the Body
"Mike thanks for joining us. A pleasure thanks for having me danny. We're gonna talk about osteoarthritis. The pain associated with that condition and functions efforts to address this with a gene therapy and development. Let's start with osteoarthritis for people not familiar with the condition. What is it. Osteoarthritis is also known as degenerative joint disease What is seen is progressive breakdown of the cartilage inside the joint attendant inflammation pain and over time can result in the joint Actually becoming No longer as functional as it needs to be and is often attended by progressive and unrelenting. pain This is a very very common condition. Thirty million americans have symptomatic osteoarthritis. Fifteen million americans have symptomatic osteoarthritis of their knee and see their physicians for that Five million patients receive injections into their knee each year for osteoarthritis knee pain And you you cross the threshold for receiving in particular injections as a result of exhausting. Your oral treatment options Which unfortunately also. But understandably also include opioids anywhere from twenty five to forty percent of patients with symptomatic niaz. Osteopaths rightous are treated with opioids and We identified The osteoarthritis as a very large unmet medical need that was ripe for innovation in which had patients who really wanted and deserved better and longer pain relief in what was currently available on the market. And that's why we've moved in this direction. That's what we developed so red. I'll tell you more about that if you like. And also why we're developing gene therapy for us garth rightous.
Thinner Mints: Girl Scouts Have Millions of Unsold Cookies
"The pandemic has taken a big bite out of girl scout cookie sales in a normal year the girl scouts raise about eight hundred million dollars selling their famous cookies like thin mints and samoas they depend on the cookie sales to fund programming like team work building an outdoor activities but because of the corona virus they have an unusual problem this year many troops next to their traditional cookie booths for safety reasons and they now have fifteen million boxes of unsold cookies online sales and even a partnership with GrubHub failed to make up the difference most of the cookies remain with the Kentucky and Indiana based bakers the bakery say they're working with the girl scouts to sell or donate to places like food banks in the military some local leaders complained of the pandemic exposed another problem with girl scouts enrollments are down almost thirty percent in the last ten years I'm Jennifer king
"fifteen million" Discussed on Front Burner
"Provinces. They know they have to rebuild that trust with first nations people. What happened to joyce glen. This is an example of the province will invest fifteen million dollars into sensitizing healthcare staff about first nations culture and.
California giving $116 million to people who get COVID shots
"Announced one hundred sixteen million dollars in rewards the biggest program in the country including fifteen million dollars to be split amongst ten vaccinated residents meanwhile. Cvs launched its own sweepstakes the newly vaccinated could win a trip to the super bowl or a week on cruise island. Encourage anyone to get the vaccine winning a million dollars as an incentive enough. I don't really know what would be. Some small businesses are offering their own vaccine incentives in florida. A concert venue is charging twenty bucks per ticket. But if you don't have your shot that price rockets to a thousand
Story of the Cocaine Bear
"It's a tale of drugs planes parachutes in one. Unluckier this epic crime story centered in knoxville. Could soon be coming to the big screen. I read sometimes. Entertainment trades to see what's happening and i saw that elizabeth banks it is in the public arena. This information is out. There is developing a movie about cocaine. Bear and i vaguely remembered something about cocaine bear. I couldn't really place. It did some googling and went down outrageous wormhole that we're going to talk about today. Cocaine beer was briefly. Famous in one thousand nine hundred five when it was found dead in the wilds of kentucky after eating roughly fifteen million dollars worth of cocaine but that is just the tip of the iceberg on september. Eleventh nineteen eighty five and old man in knoxville. Tennessee woke up and went outside where he found the corpse of a man in his driveway. The body had goggles on. It was wearing a bulletproof vest and was strapped to a parachute. The body also had some other interesting features a couple of handguns and fourteen million dollars worth of cocaine on just your everyday morning in knoxville. The man phoned the police and when they arrive they identified the dead body as undersea thornton. The second the wealthy son of an elite kentucky horse breeding family former paratrooper narcotics officer and lawyer. Who left all these jobs. Because they were too boring he left them all to become a drug smuggler. For a ring. Known as the company thorn had received a purple heart after an injury in the dominican republic. He was deployed there during the revolution thornton for real dot board of his life and decided to. It's like the bigger rush. Decided to do more dangerous work than he already was doing which was already very dangerous. On september ninth thornton embarked on a mission with bill leonard. His karate instructor turned bodyguard. The pair hopton assessment for four airplane and flew to mont monteria colombia with plans to pick up four hundred kilograms of cocaine and smuggle it into the us
Leaf Margins, Paleoclimates, and Continental Movements
"All right. Dr ian miller. Thank you so much. For coming on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you about your research today but before we get there. Let's tell everyone a little bit about who you are in what it is you do. Oh thanks. I'm super excited to be here as well. And so my name is ian miller has said i'm a paleobotanist. I worked at the denver museum of nature and science. Where i'm a curator and i'm also the chair of the earth and space sciences there at the museum run a team of paleontologists and geologists as well as do my own research implants. Uh so that's that's sort of what i do now. I got to this point sort of chasing fossil plants in the american west. Were you always interested in fossil plants. Though i mean that that's an really interesting interest for like a child to get into you. Don't hear that a lot. I mean i was a dinosaur kid. I know a lot of other dinosaur kids out there but fossil plants. I mean it took me a little bit to get to the point where those were interesting but now i would argue. Sometimes they're more interesting than dinosaurs. But that's harris. The i think in a lot of circles is and i. I started all the time constantly. Battling the data serve posts. Make sure that the plants get the same sort of airtime So i was a mineral kit up at eastern washington state. So i was always after you know courts pistols. Pyrite things like that mine tailings. That were there around. The ranch grew up on. So i kind of discovered fossils a little late-game did have this interesting. Formative experience was really little. i was born in seattle. And there's lots of miocene rock around seattle right there on. I five knows eight. Ninety right outside of his supply of my grandfather took me to a road cut. Still remember pulling these fifteen million year old clams out of the hillside in their big like softball-size clams
White House Addresses Johnson
"Biden officials are bracing for the possibility of a weeks long disruption to the johnson and johnson vaccine supply which comes or could come on the heels of that factory. Mix up the one in baltimore that ruined up to fifteen million doses of the vaccine a couple of weeks ago that said white house cove response coordinator jeff signs said today no matter what happens. Johnson johnson vaccine. The biden vaccine plan remains on track. We believe there's enough vaccination vaccine in the system during adviser for all americans wanna get vaccinated by thirty first to do so not long after he made those comments. Co pfizer piped. Up to save his company can deliver ten percent more pfizer doses than previously agreed to by the end of may which should help make up for the shortfall. Keep in mind. Those extra. ten percent doses are more than johnson. Johnson has been administered altogether. Okay johnson johnson has been a very small sliver of american vaccination thus far the pause on the use of johnson johnson vaccine was technically just a recommendation from those government agencies but most states immediately halted use single-dose vaccine along with major pharmacies. Us military most americans with johnson and johnson shots scheduled in the coming days saw them cancelled rescheduled. Some states quickly switching those people to other available vaccines today. Dr anthony fauci said that anyone who got the johnson johnson vaccine more than two weeks ago should be in the clear so someone who maybe had a month or two ago would say. What does this mean for me. It really doesn't mean anything. You're okay because if you look at the frame the timeframe when this occurs it's pretty tight from a few days six to thirteen days from the time of the vaccination
"fifteen million" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"fifteen million" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Boeing for lost wages claiming that they lost out on a hundred fifteen million Bucks in lost money by not flying southwest is canceled about thirty thousand flight since March and part of a pilot salary is based on how much they fly in the pilots say that they want money from bowling to make up for that they feel like this is Boeing's doing Boeing's problem that they're not flying in that now they want the courts to say Boing you've got to pay these pilots is the suggestion that that Boeing picks up the tab specifically because they're the ones that at fault here I'm trying to answer try to ask this question the way him I have a question my head wait first or second that Boeing knew that there was a problem and didn't do anything to fix it I'm not quite sure what the accusation is yeah what they're claiming here is a Boeing has been negligent that date fraudulently misrepresented what they were selling to the airlines out non disclosure about the M. caste system that is the software upgrade that we've done on the the seven thirty seven backs that would make the plane fly more like previous seven thirty seven models that they say well Boeing came to the airlines and said this Max is going to be identical to every other seven thirty seven that you've ever flown and the pilots claim that's not true did they put in the M. caste system which we now know played a role in in the two deadly crashes that that they believe that that system was a big departure from what previous seven thirty seven model sad and they say that Boeing lied when they came to the airlines and said this is the exact same aircraft you won't be more training you'll be able to fly in exactly the same they say the Boeing left out the details that's at least what they're claiming here but bottom line they say they want their money where do we stand with where the seven thirty seven Max's are and also you reported not very long ago about a problem with the seven thirty sevens that are in the air right now our potential problem where do we stand on that yeah so they're beginning the inspections on that those are under way right now that involves the NG model next generation those are the seven thirty seven seven hundred eight hundred nine hundred series so most airlines that are flying seven thirty sevens right now that have not had them grounded that are not Max models they're probably flying one of these N. G. bottles there are some older ones out there that are in G. but most of the airlines U. S. carriers if they're still flying at seven thirty seven right now that that that's what they're flying VS inspection involves what's called the pickle fork which she is the area where the wing II is connected to the fuselage of the plane in that some cracking has been found in that area on some seven thirty seven and Jeez that have the more cycles on the more takeoffs and landings so they're inspecting that when it comes to the seven thirty seven Max nobody knows still Boeing is not submitted the paperwork to the FAA for approval to begin doing the software upgrades the airlines they're waiting Boeing says will be done by the end of the year but they've got to get moving on it they've got to get the FAA all that documentation it needs to then begin that approvals process and and they haven't done that yet okay and now a seven thirty seven MAX pilot is not next to a false not necessarily certified to fly other seven thirty seven variants it's a good question I believe that is false bed that if they are type rated on the the seven thirty seven NG that than they are with a minor amount of training did they are good to go on on the Max but that was all part of the the the sales aspect of this that they didn't get a new type rating on the aircraft that they were good to go there may be something in there that the FAA requires but for the most part the cockpit to the same and and that was that big sales bush saying well you sold this as our pilots at southwestern United or American did they could just step into that cockpit but there may be some slight regulatory thing that they have to do but for the most part yeah they're good to go Alex down thank you great information you got it like that I have a long wait varsity blues update okay another couple has been sentenced for fixing their colleges entrant dire daughters college entrance exams so that she could get into do that's respectable hundred twenty five grand to get their daughter into Duke University which was mom's alma mater what's the sense of Gregory and Marcia abit who split their time between Manhattan in Colorado sentenced to one month of peace really the the prosecutors were asking for eight months and the habits and their attorneys I guess so did not want them to go to prison together I'm trying to read the other attorneys predicable results over the defense or didn't want to go to prison at all that's what it was they also get that forty thousand dollar fine each that's a good question I was you though so perhaps I know you're just reading it's like a drop in the bucket for the I know rates like lives than what they paid the proctor in the A. C. T. tester like five Bucks for us yeah they they blow that on peanuts when they fly from Manhattan the Colorado that sounds like nice nice life split more time from Manhattan in Colorado you get forty thousand nuts yet skiing not for a month the city of city life as well a we have another good story good positive story where someone stepped up and made a positive thing even more positive despite the fact that other people try to drag it down it involves bush lite yeah well and will ignore that part of it but but it's a good story even if there is bush bush lite reigns supreme in parts of this great country of ours using supreme yes during channel will continue in a moment Joe Kwan has enough that a person has been killed in the crash of a small pleading Cameri it went down at the south edge of the airport there just around twelve thirty the clash started a small fire which was quickly put out governor Newsome has approved a new law to let people by HIV prevention pills without a.
"fifteen million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Like a lot of money away to Ukraine and other places you want to see your country that's going to be not the president is a good man he got elected on the fact that he was going to get rid of corruption in Ukraine and that's I think the primary reason he got elected so we give selected on the basis of ending corruption in Ukraine well I think that's good and that's what I want to see but when Biden does a thing like that it is still corruption and that's not good. the question will be who is hunter Biden what did he do all I know that he did it he took a job on the Ukrainian big gas natural gas company for fifty thousand dollars a month for five years so that you do the math of your Steelers fan fifty thousand dollars a month what is that that's three million dollars a year for five years fifteen million dollars why was hunter Biden hired for that. did Joe Biden's intervention with the Ukrainian government have anything to do with that company and hunter Biden second question. we got on tape an admission of what he did and then what a drum set we'll find that out too you'll find out that really factor dot com works if you'll try it the starter pack of nineteen dollars and ninety five cents a starter pack is what makes it work for you the starter pack is the way to go all you have to do is get that starter pack from relief factor that come give it three weeks nineteen dollars and ninety five cents like carrying American Rivera Chalker come in the for natural supplements the combined provide support for the temporary relief of minor aches and pains that are plaguing a weather in Minnesota but they're driving around in Florida you're making a long commute from the Inland Empire in LA or Orange County. you're stuck on the ninety one you're stuck on the fifty five you're stuck on the tent of the sixty wherever you are in the United States if you're driving right now on your near in the middle of Atlanta yeah I to give relief factor dot com I tried to set Talbot put this together and works for you so.
"fifteen million" Discussed on KOMO
"Filed in Chicago by a Russian aircraft leasing company claims Boeing failed to disclose information about the air worthiness of the Max Boeing has declined to comment on this latest legal move the jet has been grounded worldwide after the crashes in Ethiopia and Indonesia there are reports that the Max could be flying again as soon as October the FAA last week said that it would invite pilots from around the world to spend time in the Max simulators in addition to cancelling its order for thirty five MAX jets the Russian firm is also seeking one hundred and fifteen million dollars in compensatory damages there's a new threats to local trees the Hokkaido gypsy moth the ever hear reports that this destructive passed from Japan has been spotted in what way not far from admins devastation be really quite appalling Andrea dis there with the department of natural resources the gypsy moth program specifically she says the hungry tree munching mas love evergreens the past likely reach Washington aboard a freighter from Asia sickle cell anemia is a fairly rare blood disease that doesn't get a lot of attention these days and yet the one hundred thousand or so people in the U. S. who live with it often suffer excruciating episodes of pain in a world where getting a doctor to prescribe pain medication can be a battle we get a close on up but a close up on this rather from Kamel's Carly Johnson September is sickle cell awareness month something you may have learned about in high school talking genetics as it's an inherited blood disorder and no one really in my family do anything about that also but by the time he was a teenager the pain was often overwhelming for can west who serves as president of the Seattle sickle cell task force he would often end up in the hospital throughout my team in twenty pretty much once a month with the crisis sickle shed blood cells don't deliver enough oxygen to organs and tissues as healthy blood cells do that cause a slow damage over decades it is most common in the African American community or one in thirteen carry the genetic trait for sickle cell what is a pain like we can describes it starting out like someone snapping a rubber band on your wrist a little painful to begin with but then a graduate so the pain escalate where it's kind of like someone just feeding your wrist with a hammer and when pain is that excruciating nothing but narcotics will even come close to helping and if you end up in an easy are you haven't been in before a different doctor a sickle cell patients can often run into roadblocks and labels we get labeled as a drug seeker is simply because we typically use high doses of narcotics that thing in and that sends a warning bell K. D. hall has a four year old daughter was sickle cell the ethical fell Michael would it look like you know he's a pilot you know full very athletic and so that's something that we work we're going to continue to encourage her to be after that activity is really good for people analytical fail next month September fourteenth at Seward park all west and others are gonna want to raise money and awareness for sickle cell anemia research is key to getting the disease defeated you can find out more online at M. S. S. C. E. T. F. dot org for the metropolitan Seattle sickle cell task.
"fifteen million" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A lot of talk for people frankly don't know what to talk about about negotiating with foreign countries they don't actually know what's going on comes you're talking about people who are negotiating with another company at all but this is in from Robert kind of interesting the next time to roll call since he knows all and sees all and on from life you might assume this how is it that of all the presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton were the only two that enter the presidency without two nickels to rub together and each of them left multi millionaires you might ask him why his hero Barack Obama I'm Mr climate change has just bought a fifteen million dollar seaside home in Martha's vineyard I'm sure that he'll be able to answer that since he knows all our presence yeah wasn't the fact is that it broke a bomber I actually believe that the seas were about to rise probably about the last thing you do is send out fifteen million dollars to Bossman rather fifty million dollars in order to have yourself a nice view of the ocean that rises swamps your home you're talking about a damp basement pretty much do it in like a build a dike around it just like you know the the Netherlands and and how you can do that because the special be you know Ireland Allama near mint the clear themselves are separate nation once that happens widget Graham takes interesting point if you are what the president's doing by the way in the middle of this trade dispute he was yesterday on face the nation on CBS and said he believes that in order to get China to change its trade practices we will actually have to experience some economic pain but that it is worth it every Democrat and every public and of note has said China cheats the Democrats for years and claiming that China should be stood up to now trump is and we just got to accept the pain that comes with standing up to China how do you get China the change without creating some pain on them and us I don't know yeah how do you get them to change the question is who has more bullets in the gun as it were in in the Goshen in terms and the economists who take a look at this say well it would appear that we do curiously because no they sell a whole lot more to us than we sell to them they put a terrace on our stuff going that way but don't don't have the ability to put terrace on as many things going that way so at the core their businesses are suffering worse than our businesses of any kind and now that the president is negotiated this deal with Japan the biggest alleviate some of the pressure on on from from the farm clocks be very straightforward this is the way it works Stephen notion talking yesterday with reporters and be a rich and Francis said historically our relationship with China has been incredibly lopsided.
"fifteen million" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"White it is music but I don't like Jack black and his wacky cinematic antics John if you let Jack White hit you would be walking right for a week you're welcome I watch something over the weekend that was like it was the edge it's going to get loud is that what that is yeah yeah judging me page and Jack Jack well yeah that was really cool but he seemed like a **** then even like he's just like half a loop half their like bothered the day someone even decided to make a TV show with a minute he's an artist he's in his own head okay isn't time be bothered by Jack black sounds familiar it was really cool to see two guitar virtuosos and the ads in the same documentary and I I'm a huge you to fan but I don't know that you belong there I don't know that he had a seat at the table Jack White that says he's worth forty five million Jack black is worth thirty million that even be possible music you can make some more money than movies he's been a lot of good movies he's in the new Jeez he's been a goose bumps and a lot of movies yeah there's been a lot of movies publishing is where Jack what I think has the cash if you're to go network right now this is without me looking I'm gonna say Jack black's net worth is around fifteen million we left nothing I must say Jack black's net worth is fifteen million at Jack white's net worth is thirty five let me guess I'm in a gas forty five mil on Jack White and thirty on Jack black no no no John exactly right yeah is you must do you guys just talk about what second call for my neighborhoods front gate security I apologize what is it again one of the numbers.
"fifteen million" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Fifteen million taxpayer dollars to rebuild areas that have been devastated by the campfire the biggest thing as an added nineteen million dollars that is the kind of fight for oral infrastructure improvements that will help spur housing and so that we could potentially tap into for you know brokers who were water improvements that will help us build more housing and Gallagher is focusing his rebuilding proposal on what he calls a shovel ready areas of Chico the ground continues to shake in California a magnitude four point six quake jolted coso junction junction just north of ridgecrest last night the U. S. Geological Survey reported the quake struck just before nine o'clock PM aftershocks continue to hit the region since ridgecrest experienced two major quakes on July fourth and fifth the largest of which was a magnitude seven point one officials now announced yesterday that the water near the earthquake's epicenter is only just now safe to drink soaring student debt is a major problem nationwide but a new study finds it weighs much more heavily on some states than others here's more on how California ranks some of the democratic presidential candidates have plans or at least have proposed canceling or refinancing student debt wallet hubs Joe Gonzalez was asked which states might benefit the most South Dakota had the highest student debt levels by state owned by Pennsylvania and West Virginia the least amount of student debt was in California Hawaii and Utah and Gonzalez's this is one reason why comes are higher post graduation that's definitely the case and say a California or a Washington state where people are more able to pay off their debts sooner Jerry all the ABC news Hamilton creator Lin Manuel Miranda has joined protests in New York City calling for the resignation of Porter Rico's governor Maranda says governor recorder Sello needs to step down after a series of corruption scandals and leaked chat messages that show the governor mocking women and hurricane Maria victims political.
"fifteen million" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Giving away like homecourt advantage, a free slot in the playoffs with what, how does that work? You could do something like that. I think you know, something I talk about fifteen million dollars in a pot and trust me guys will play for that. And yeah, they're star makes thirty but he, he wants to win it for the guy who makes the minimum you know, that doubles his salary and that and I think overtime, I think one of the things that happens is it will seem hokey, I think, for the first couple of years, I think people who didn't grow up with, including the players will see, like is this real? Then what happens is overtime the league filters out and guys who up watching the tournament is kids, not an with their brackets, all the sudden overtime the tournament starts to take on the kind of imported has in European leagues when soccer and basketball and that, you know, it's a process like, I, I think, in in your sudden, now the primary target audience, our viewers who just didn't know that there was anything other tournament that actually meant something and in people cared about, so, yeah, I think it I don't think it's perfect, like, I have my skepticism, you You know can know. Americans we talked to be American European soccer fans. I don't know. But I think you can create the incentives that make it real and really at the end of the day, it goes back to this. Right. Which is itself and sell globally, you can distribute that to eight billion people, but right? And you just that gets, gene, her money that gets Jim Dolan, his money, the owners would lose big time in a situation where you take away six eight home dates, you know, and then they have to renegotiate local broadcast got revenue that take here, take this money. And by the way overtime, the meaningful regular season.
"fifteen million" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"And his way latte and Uganda where we just saw that aestheticians from Costa Mesa. She was kidnapped five hundred thousand dollar ransom. Don't know whether or not it was paid as soon as it was and she was released, but she's perfect example of Uganda. So there you go if you're going if you're traveling anywhere abroad, you might wanna check the State Department's list of the K indicators for your kidnapping potential if all right? So how much does it cost to keep Mark Zuckerberg safe? Now, remember the guy takes an official salary of dollar a year. He did not receive bonuses or stock awards in two thousand eighteen but his total compensation jumped from nine point one million in two thousand seventeen to twenty two point six million in twenty eighteen at what was that? Twenty two point six million four it covered the increase insecurity costs for the high profile CEO. Apparently there have been specific threats against Zuckerberg and its high visibility his high visibility. So we're. Talking personal security at his home. And when he travels because people are pissed about Facebook. And how all of their information was sold and got out there, and you know, the Analytica that whole scandal with the two thousand sixteen election. So they're they're still upset about that. And apparently, Mark Zuckerberg took those threats rather seriously. So it costs twenty two million dollars to keep Mark Zuckerberg safe last year and speaking money game of thrones. I I'm not I'm not a fan. I'm sorry. I shouldn't say that. I'm not a fan. I've never watched it. So I don't know. Maybe I would be a fan of I watched it. Anyway, last night was the big season opener of the vinyl season of game of thrones, billions of people probably watched it is the Bella producer Isabela was talking about how she's trying to go to bed and her parents have it blasting in the house. I love that anyway season. Eight will be the most expensive one yet. According to variety, we don't have confirmation for mayo. But according to. Variety magazine, the episodes are estimated to cost how much how much do you think each episode costs? I'm giving you three seconds three to fifteen million dollars each. At eighty episodes of the final four are expected to run eighty minutes per episode, but fifteen million dollars. A lot of money. And if you go to KFI AM six forty dot com this morning, he would wake up call. You're going to see one of the stupidest things I think I've ever seen in my life. How about a hot pocket sleeping bag day? You too can become a human hot pocket, and doesn't everybody wanna be think? Geek is the company and selling them online for eighty dollars. And they're designed just to look like the micro microwaveable sandwich down to the cooking instructions, and which side is up Cording to the website, custom microwave with today's the insulation system ensures your extremities, stay toasty and integrated Krispies leave for maximum retention stupid. Stupid stupid. If you're willing to sell out eighty dollars for that. Have abridged combined this KFI in Keio HD, two Los Angeles..
"fifteen million" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So that the entire screen contains only players fingertips Boris toes. Here you describe through tiny slivers of the game. Not the game itself. The slivers wear injustices might occur. Goodness. If you don't have slow motion and freeze frame, very difficult. Of course in slow motion. You can see things that the naked eye MRs magician sometimes perform during halftime of the NBA games. When Joe Borja slows it down. He can see how they do their tricks. It's kind of same thing with the players exactly sixty of a second time. A lot of level. These players getting good at his creating optical, illusions, the sort of things that magician all isn't flopping officle allusion flopping is what they call it. When a player pretends to have been knocked over by another player tricking the refs into making bad calls is now considered a skill for possible. Langer. There's blood on the screens. Kevin Love's front tooth got knocked in love plays for the Cleveland. Cavaliers and the question is did the guy who popped him in the mouth? Do it intentionally. We're looking for the match. Did he throw is elbow out the rest need to decide if the violence was not just excessive but unsportsmanlike which sounds are because we sort of lost the concept. So the foul on Camelot. I thought he was he was moving come on quick on. Stuck in the blood come? Yeah. It's ugly. The players all stand around scratching themselves while the rest put on headsets and talk to the replay center. The only thing stopping the replay center. From checking every decision is it slows the game down. So the blood doesn't sway the decision. Wasn't as contacts on a lot of its accident. That was accident. It's insane. The time and money now being spent to ensure the fairness of what after all is just a basketball game. A Jillian miles of fiber optic cable connect directly to the NBA arenas around the country. All for two calls a gaming to game fifteen million dollars to build this two calls the, but you gotta do you. Gotta do can. I just pause here moment just to consider what the NBA has done in the past few years to improve the calls, for example. They brought in serious managers to hire and train the refs. Joe Borja calls his boss general because she actually.
"fifteen million" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"fifteen million" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Wages clerk richest moment. Hot trend around the United States or promoters who say they're putting together groups of people to invest in distress real estate, and you don't have to worry about a thing. You just give us the money. You're going to get a big return on your money because we had to use your money is the fuel to be able to buy up beat up homes fix them up. Put them back on the market and everybody wins, except they don't an example. Because remember you're just relying on a trust me thing. An example came out of Colorado, recently, they read about in the Denver post where a woman was running a complete fraudulent ring where she was attracting money and stole fifteen million dollars from people. Who put money into her supposed- identified beat up properties by them, fix them up flip them, and you score all this money. All she did was kind people take their money. And now she is going to have a new residents living in a jail cell. But people's fifteen million is gone. So where did the wise be very wary with real estate ventures where you're putting in money that you're not involved in operating the venture? When you're doing a private thing was somebody who says trust me, I'm gonna make you a lot of money. Trust me. Instead, you're creating the perfect scenario for someone to kind you and run off with your money, or even if they are running a legitimate real.
"fifteen million" Discussed on Starting9
"The NFL for that matter. But if he's only gonna come to play for the as because they're thrown an extra fifteen million dollars, Adam. But he really wants to be playing football, dude. Go play football. Like as the if you're as good as you were this past year playing college football. It's not like you're going to be poor playing football versus playing baseball taking the fifty. And I wonder if there's and I wonder if there would be some contingencies thrown in there. Where look they're signing this money, he has to like, I don't know there might be a non compete where look you can't play football after quitting baseball for the next five years or your money is being taken away again. Because he you know, what if he says yes, and I'm good to go and he plays for two and a half years in his like, you know, what not good enough. I'm going to go to the quarterback guru. I'm gonna go running some sand and Malibu hit the dunes and break off the route tree in front of some scouts and might find myself in the CF L for year, and then on on an NFL depth chart come buck and twenty twenty three. So here's a question for you before we conclude the whole Cuyler Murray discussion if in win because I think it's a matter of when he chooses the NFL over major league baseball. Put a percentage on it. What are the odds that he finds its way into into not major league baseball per se, but a major league organization at some point still afterwards. If you choose his football, I? I will say there's still a shot. I will say there's probably a thirty percent chance. No. No. No. No. No, no, no skews me that was going to be to potentially get to the big leagues. Oh, I'll say there's a greater than fifty percent.
"fifteen million" Discussed on High Noon
"Learn how to cook. I'll do everything you want fifteen million dollars on about it. Why because baseball has an inferiority complex about losing better athletes to other sports. And for some reason, they think that this dude can be worth blowing up the mold. They have all of the other players in there. Well, this is I think we're dovetails into the complementary interests of Kyla Murray and Scott Boras because think about this if you got bored. You gotta be a little salt. You about the way this is going. You don't represent football players you represent baseball players. But if you're Scott bores, what thing you do not like is the structure of the draft as stand. Now, you wanna be able to get your money for your clients outside of the slotting of the draft draft used to be set up taking these dudes wherever you want it pay him, whatever you want that worked will to have a guy like how Murray you can take them into third row pay a first round pick. And you've mitigated the risks that came for the fact that you might not sign him. But with baseball tell me this no one sure that he's even going to make it to the major leagues. Like everybody keeps telling us that. You know, you gotta go down there. You gotta work on this. Not that likely that he's going to be a superstar once he makes it to the big leagues. So if you give them this fifteen million dollars. What happens when he gets there? No, this feels like baseball responding to receives humiliation. Because this is this is a big story. I mean, they're sending John Rosie of FOX marketing executives to these meetings. Kyle. Trying to convince him. No, you can have everything you dream of that A-List status with us. But yeah, you still got to ride the the second best baseball player of my lifetime right now. Plays in the second largest market in America..
"fifteen million" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"There can you guarantee. I'm to get back in your face because you're such a smart asset. So the time went viral a lot of these people don't like you. Guarantee. The president tells the truth during the speech tonight what a grandstanding D bag question. What do you think the answer is going to be there? Jim, what do you think she's going to say, oh hell, I don't know. Well, maybe I'll tune in and find out I saw speech as written a crayon, and they can make an half of it. What do you want him to say right there? What do you want her to say right there, are you? Okay. With this hammer new streaming series about the life of Jesus being released in April. We don't know the platform yet. But this new streaming series about the life of Jesus being it's it's dropped around Easter time just became the number one crowd funded series and entertainment history. The makers raised ten point three million dollars for this new streaming series about the life of Jesus are you okay with this. Now before we get into this for those who don't know what crowdfunding as what's the easiest way to explain this. Well, I think what these guys did. Was they they released a pilot episode. They released a single episode about their their version of life of Jesus. It was seen by more than fifteen million dollars people or I'm sorry, fifteen million people in the people if they wanted to fund a show like this and the response was historic. I'll give you an example, they unseated the record holder for crowd funded movies or series, which is the mystery science theater three thousand they only raised five point seven million. Now, this is like go fund me and those types of this was crowd funded this there's fifteen thousand investors wideness that's a lot of money, man. And look this is why crowdfunding exists this type of movie the series about Jesus probably would not have got a second look from Hollywood executives. Even though it clear that movies about faith do incredibly. Well, it just feels like there's not a lot of movies or shows. About faith or religion. But not quality quality. Look passion of the Christ of the early two thousands hundreds of millions of dollars. Excellent. What are the most brutal depictions I've ever seen by? So it's hard for me to watch. I still get teared up where Jesus draws the line in the sand and keeps everybody from stone in them the prostitute. Right. That makes me a little bit. I think people are going to. I think I think there is definitely an audience for something like this. And I think there's a clamoring for it. Actually, people are on board with things about faith doesn't even have to be religious per se the movie I can only imagine did really well at the box office. It didn't cost a lot to make that movie, but it did really well at the box office. So yes, absolutely. If the people want to pay for this and people like this fifteen million people watched the pilot episode alone. Absolutely. I'm okay with this. This is good. Okay. Coming up next. I if you liked Kellyanne Conway versus Jim Acosta might have to play.
"fifteen million" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt
"And and maybe we've got another crop of guys that will be the guys in their cities for years to come in on these rookies, you mentioned four of them with Lamar and bay Baker and Josh Allen and Sam darnold throw Josh Rosen in there so five I run quarterbacks all playing at the end of the season in one, of course into the playoffs. I have remarked a few times even early this season. The idea of a tyrod Taylor sixteen million or Sam Bradford a fifteen million even Josh mccown. I know he brings a lotta the things besides on the field at ten twelve million dollars to me if I'm running team and I to pick gun first round. I'm not doing that. I'm not paying fifteen million dollar placeholder because at some point early and we saw everyone early except mar Jack. When they're getting in there and you throw them in. And they get the growing pains. I just want your thoughts on that. Because I wonder if we're going to see that going forward. I wonder if these teams are really going to invest on these fifteen sixteen million dollar place holders when they're about to turn the team over. Yeah. I think that's a great point. Because it does seem like a waste of money. You know, it seems like a waste of apps space. It's a waste of actual dollars. And I I certainly feel that way about the Cleveland Browns because they also gave up a pretty valuable draft pick for time. Now at the time I felt like they did that because John Dorsey felt like it was important to change the culture, and that he wanted to get a quarterback in there that could help them get to five hundred that could help them win some games and kind of turn around the vibe and the talking points in narrative as it relates to Cleveland Browns and ended up doing that. But it was after tyrod Taylor was out and Baker Mayfield was in. You know, it wasn't until Baker Mayfield came in that they really turn that narrative around which is why I think they were willing to give up the assets and pay the money they paid for tyrod. Taylor. Now, I think the cardinals is a little bit different because drafting number eleven it didn't really know how it was going to play out. And if you say, you know, what we'll wait till after the draft shell put will then it's may I who still available may I now the flip side of that would be. You know, they got Mike Glennon for four million. Did they really need to pay Sam Bradford fifteen or twenty or whatever it was? Right, right. It really do that. But I do think the Browns and the cardinals are in different situations. But you're right from both managing the team from a cap standpoint, as well, as you know, just the cash outlay, it really does seem unnecessary to go ahead, and and pay those guys those kind of amounts of money. Yeah. And I think listen we're seeing a trend. I'm talking about it asked about all the time. You have rookies on young young quarterbacks on rookie contracts, and you can re devote resources to other areas of the roster. You dilute those other resources with these like, I said fifteen sixteen dollar backups, and I understand people want insurance policies, but that's not the way to go. And you look at these teams that had made your spending..