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Twitter adopts 'poison pill' defense in Musk takeover bid
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Biden waiving ethanol rule in bid to lower gasoline prices
"President president president president Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is waving waving waving waving in in in in ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol rule rule rule rule in in in in a a a a bid bid bid bid to to to to lower lower lower lower gas gas gas gas prices prices prices prices by by by by Dennis Dennis Dennis Dennis visiting visiting visiting visiting corn corn corn corn rich rich rich rich Iowa Iowa Iowa Iowa to to to to announce announce announce announce he'll he'll he'll he'll suspend suspend suspend suspend a a a a federal federal federal federal rule rule rule rule preventing preventing preventing preventing the the the the sale sale sale sale of of of of higher higher higher higher ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol blend blend blend blend gasoline gasoline gasoline gasoline in in in in the the the the summer summer summer summer Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's administration administration administration administration is is is is intensifying intensifying intensifying intensifying efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to tamp tamp tamp tamp down down down down prices prices prices prices at at at at the the the the pump pump pump pump that that that that have have have have spiked spiked spiked spiked during during during during Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's war war war war with with with with Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine most most most most gas gas gas gas sold sold sold sold in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. is is is is blended blended blended blended with with with with ten ten ten ten percent percent percent percent ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol the the the the EPA EPA EPA EPA will will will will issue issue issue issue an an an an emergency emergency emergency emergency waiver waiver waiver waiver to to to to allow allow allow allow widespread widespread widespread widespread sale sale sale sale of of of of fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent ethanol ethanol ethanol ethanol blend blend blend blend that's that's that's that's usually usually usually usually prohibited prohibited prohibited prohibited over over over over the the the the summer summer summer summer because because because because of of of of concerns concerns concerns concerns it it it it adds adds adds adds to to to to small small small small get get get get higher higher higher higher temperatures temperatures temperatures temperatures according according according according to to to to triple triple triple triple a a a a the the the the price price price price of of of of gas gas gas gas has has has has been been been been dropping dropping dropping dropping slightly slightly slightly slightly with with with with the the the the national national national national average average average average on on on on Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday Tuesday down down down down to to to to four four four four oh oh oh oh nine nine nine nine for for for for a a a a gallon gallon gallon gallon of of of of regular regular regular regular I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
Experts say US suspension of COVID aid will prolong pandemic
"Some some some some health health health health experts experts experts experts say say say say the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. suspension suspension suspension suspension of of of of Kobe Kobe Kobe Kobe to to to to aid aid aid aid to to to to foreign foreign foreign foreign nations nations nations nations will will will will prolong prolong prolong prolong the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic in in in in the the the the latest latest latest latest Senate Senate Senate Senate coup coup coup coup bid bid bid bid funding funding funding funding package package package package lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers lawmakers have have have have dropped dropped dropped dropped nearly nearly nearly nearly all all all all the the the the money money money money for for for for curbing curbing curbing curbing coated coated coated coated nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen beyond beyond beyond beyond the the the the US US US US borders borders borders borders which which which which would would would would likely likely likely likely bring bring bring bring an an an an end end end end to to to to vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine programs programs programs programs in in in in dozens dozens dozens dozens of of of of African African African African nations nations nations nations a a a a global global global global health health health health researcher researcher researcher researcher at at at at Britain's Britain's Britain's Britain's south south south south Hampton Hampton Hampton Hampton university university university university calls calls calls calls it it it it a a a a kick kick kick kick in in in in the the the the teeth teeth teeth teeth to to to to poor poor poor poor countries countries countries countries they they they they were were were were promised promised promised promised billions billions billions billions of of of of vaccines vaccines vaccines vaccines and and and and resources resources resources resources in in in in grand grand grand grand pledges pledges pledges pledges made made made made by by by by G. G. G. G. twenty twenty twenty twenty leaders leaders leaders leaders health health health health experts experts experts experts warn warn warn warn fewer fewer fewer fewer than than than than fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent of of of of people people people people in in in in poorer poorer poorer poorer countries countries countries countries have have have have been been been been vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated and and and and that that that that could could could could open open open open the the the the door door door door for for for for the the the the next next next next dangerous dangerous dangerous dangerous variant variant variant variant to to to to emerge emerge emerge emerge I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Russia war could further escalate auto prices and shortages
"Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's devastating devastating devastating devastating war war war war in in in in Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine is is is is having having having having a a a a ripple ripple ripple ripple effect effect effect effect on on on on the the the the auto auto auto auto industry industry industry industry with with with with some some some some of of of of the the the the parts parts parts parts needed needed needed needed to to to to make make make make cars cars cars cars and and and and trucks trucks trucks trucks in in in in short short short short supply supply supply supply Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine supplies supplies supplies supplies about about about about fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent of of of of crucial crucial crucial crucial wiring wiring wiring wiring harnesses harnesses harnesses harnesses for for for for vehicle vehicle vehicle vehicle production production production production and and and and neon neon neon neon used used used used in in in in computer computer computer computer chips chips chips chips and and and and Russia Russia Russia Russia supplies supplies supplies supplies precious precious precious precious metals metals metals metals used used used used for for for for catalytic catalytic catalytic catalytic converters converters converters converters and and and and Evey Evey Evey Evey batteries batteries batteries batteries along along along along with with with with the the the the primary primary primary primary ingredient ingredient ingredient ingredient for for for for making making making making steel steel steel steel we we we we only only only only need need need need to to to to miss miss miss miss one one one one partner partner partner partner be be be be able able able able to to to to make make make make a a a a car car car car mark mark mark mark Wakefield Wakefield Wakefield Wakefield an an an an auto auto auto auto analyst analyst analyst analyst for for for for AlixPartners AlixPartners AlixPartners AlixPartners says says says says closed closed closed closed factories factories factories factories and and and and embargoes embargoes embargoes embargoes will will will will likely likely likely likely further further further further hamper hamper hamper hamper auto auto auto auto making making making making already already already already slowed slowed slowed slowed to to to to buy buy buy buy chip chip chip chip shortages shortages shortages shortages and and and and covert covert covert covert shutdowns shutdowns shutdowns shutdowns in in in in production production production production plants plants plants plants we're we're we're we're very very very very sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive because because because because we we we we have have have have no no no no inventory inventory inventory inventory anywhere anywhere anywhere anywhere in in in in the the the the chain chain chain chain and and and and that that that that can can can can lead lead lead lead to to to to unplanned unplanned unplanned unplanned for for for for cost cost cost cost increase increase increase increase in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the average average average average price price price price of of of of a a a a new new new new vehicles vehicles vehicles vehicles up up up up thirteen thirteen thirteen thirteen percent percent percent percent in in in in the the the the past past past past year year year year to to to to over over over over forty forty forty forty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars according according according according to to to to Edmunds Edmunds Edmunds Edmunds dot dot dot dot com com com com and and and and use use use use prices prices prices prices increased increased increased increased twenty twenty twenty twenty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Home sales fell far more than expected in February, as mortgage rates rose and supply remained tight
"Increasing prices and rising mortgage rates result in a decrease in home sales sales of existing homes dropped seven percent in February from January the national association of realtors says sales declined two point four percent from February of last year as the median home price jumped fifteen percent from last year at this time two three hundred fifty seven thousand dollars home prices are surging as potential buyers compete for relatively few homes available and according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac the average rate for the benchmark thirty year mortgage rose above four percent this week for the first time since may twenty nineteen I'm
U.S. Retail Sales Jump as Inflation Surges
"Retail sales surge as the threat of the I'm a cranberry and fades I can spend more money in January as retail sales jumped a seasonally adjusted three point eight percent easily surpassing the projections of most economists that compares to a decline of two and a half percent in December according to revised figures from the commerce department surging inflation also likely added to January's increase sales at general merchandise stores rose three point six percent while the part in store sales were up nine percent sales at furniture and home furnishing stores jumped seven percent while online sales surged nearly fifteen percent my
COVID falling in 49 of 50 states as deaths near 900,000
"All all all all microns microns microns microns grip grip grip grip on on on on America America America America is is is is loosening loosening loosening loosening quickly quickly quickly quickly new new new new coded coded coded coded nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen cases cases cases cases are are are are dropping dropping dropping dropping in in in in every every every every state state state state except except except except me me me me and and and and over over over over the the the the past past past past three three three three weeks weeks weeks weeks the the the the covert covert covert covert crisis crisis crisis crisis has has has has been been been been cut cut cut cut in in in in half half half half with with with with president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden noting noting noting noting the the the the daily daily daily daily average average average average is is is is down down down down from from from from a a a a record record record record setting setting setting setting eight eight eight eight hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand did did did did meet meet meet meet January January January January to to to to about about about about three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand thousand now now now now cobit cobit cobit cobit nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations hospitalizations are are are are down down down down about about about about fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent over over over over that that that that same same same same period period period period another another another another trend trend trend trend giving giving giving giving health health health health officials officials officials officials hope hope hope hope that that that that the the the the worst worst worst worst of of of of Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron is is is is ending ending ending ending but but but but there there there there were were were were still still still still more more more more than than than than twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four hundred hundred hundred hundred daily daily daily daily deaths deaths deaths deaths in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. the the the the rising rising rising rising at at at at least least least least thirty thirty thirty thirty five five five five states states states states and and and and the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's nearing nearing nearing nearing nine nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred hundred thousand thousand thousand thousand deaths deaths deaths deaths since since since since the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic began began began began two two two two years years years years ago ago ago ago Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
Will virus be 'over'? Most Americans think not: AP-NORC poll
"A a a a new new new new poll poll poll poll finds finds finds finds many many many many Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think we'll we'll we'll we'll be be be be stuck stuck stuck stuck with with with with a a a a coded coded coded coded pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic for for for for a a a a long long long long time time time time to to to to come come come come part part part part of of of of the the the the new new new new Associated Associated Associated Associated Press Press Press Press norc norc norc norc poll poll poll poll was was was was to to to to define define define define what what what what respondents respondents respondents respondents think think think think will will will will mean mean mean mean the the the the end end end end of of of of the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic a a a a whopping whopping whopping whopping eighty eighty eighty eighty three three three three percent percent percent percent say say say say they they they they think think think think it'll it'll it'll it'll be be be be over over over over when when when when cold cold cold cold is is is is a a a a mild mild mild mild illness illness illness illness like like like like this this this this seasonal seasonal seasonal seasonal flu flu flu flu just just just just fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent say say say say they'd they'd they'd they'd consider consider consider consider the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic to to to to be be be be over over over over only only only only when when when when coated coated coated coated nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen is is is is largely largely largely largely eliminated eliminated eliminated eliminated here's here's here's here's the the the the definition definition definition definition from from from from infectious infectious infectious infectious disease disease disease disease expert expert expert expert Dr Dr Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci Fauci Fauci we we we we no no no no longer longer longer longer are are are are in in in in a a a a situation situation situation situation of of of of threat threat threat threat threat threat threat threat to to to to our our our our equanimity equanimity equanimity equanimity threat threat threat threat to to to to our our our our economy economy economy economy the the the the threat threat threat threat to to to to allow allow allow allow us us us us to to to to live live live live a a a a normal normal normal normal life life life life he he he he says says says says we're we're we're we're not not not not there there there there yet yet yet yet with with with with more more more more than than than than two two two two thousand thousand thousand thousand people people people people still still still still dying dying dying dying a a a a day day day day the the the the latest latest latest latest poll poll poll poll also also also also finds finds finds finds fifty fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine nine percent percent percent percent of of of of Americans Americans Americans Americans think think think think it's it's it's it's essential essential essential essential they they they they be be be be vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated vaccinated against against against against the the the the virus virus virus virus but but but but only only only only thirty thirty thirty thirty seven seven seven seven percent percent percent percent of of of of parents parents parents parents think think think think it's it's it's it's essential essential essential essential for for for for their their their their children children children children underscoring underscoring underscoring underscoring the the the the low low low low pediatric pediatric pediatric pediatric vaccination vaccination vaccination vaccination rates rates rates rates online online online online Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
December marks 3rd straight month of growth for US builders
"Construction construction construction construction on on on on new new new new homes homes homes homes in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. rose rose rose rose for for for for the the the the third third third third consecutive consecutive consecutive consecutive month month month month in in in in December December December December and and and and data data data data released released released released Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday Wednesday suggests suggests suggests suggests that that that that the the the the frantic frantic frantic frantic pace pace pace pace of of of of building building building building will will will will continue continue continue continue this this this this year year year year the the the the December December December December increase increase increase increase puts puts puts puts home home home home construction construction construction construction at at at at a a a a seasonally seasonally seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted adjusted adjusted annual annual annual annual rate rate rate rate of of of of one one one one point point point point seven seven seven seven million million million million units units units units according according according according to to to to the the the the commerce commerce commerce commerce department department department department in in in in all all all all of of of of last last last last year year year year nearly nearly nearly nearly one one one one point point point point six six six six million million million million housing housing housing housing units units units units were were were were started started started started on on on on more more more more than than than than fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen percent percent percent percent increase increase increase increase over over over over the the the the year year year year before before before before applications applications applications applications for for for for building building building building permits permits permits permits which which which which can can can can forecast forecast forecast forecast future future future future building building building building activity activity activity activity rose rose rose rose a a a a whopping whopping whopping whopping nine nine nine nine point point point point one one one one percent percent percent percent to to to to a a a a seasonally seasonally seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted adjusted adjusted rate rate rate rate of of of of one one one one point point point point eight eight eight eight seven seven seven seven million million million million units units units units that's that's that's that's the the the the strongest strongest strongest strongest month month month month for for for for permits permits permits permits since since since since January January January January of of of of last last last last year year year year I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker
US shoppers find some groceries scarce due to virus, weather
"Customers customers are are finding finding a a trip trip to to the the grocery grocery store store is is more more like like a a scavenger scavenger hunt hunt virus virus struggles struggles and and severe severe weather weather are are leaving leaving U. U. S. S. grocery grocery shelves shelves bare bare having having trouble trouble finding finding your your favorite favorite crackers crackers or or lunch lunch meat meat it's it's not not just just you you shortages shortages are are happening happening nationwide nationwide at at U. U. S. S. grocery grocery stores stores as as all all across across surgeon surgeon severe severe weather weather add add to to pandemic pandemic labor labor in in supply supply chain chain issues issues the the consumer consumer brands brands association association says says the the percentage percentage of of items items out out of of stock stock has has climbed climbed from from the the usual usual five five to to ten ten percent percent to to fifteen fifteen percent percent weather weather related related events events from from snow snow storms storms to to wildfires wildfires have have also also hit hit shipping shipping and and product product availability availability Benjamin Benjamin lightly lightly in in Washington Washington DC DC told told the the AP AP he he was was disappointed disappointed to to find find empty empty vegetable vegetable bands bands and and a a sparse sparse selection selection of of Turkey Turkey chicken chicken and and milk milk ConAgra ConAgra brands brands which which makes makes everything everything from from frozen frozen vegetables vegetables to to canned canned chili chili told told investors investors that that supplies supplies will will be be constrained constrained for for at at least least the the next next month month due due to to a a crime crime related related absences absences on on food food production production lines lines I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
US COVID death toll hits 800,000, a year into vaccine drive
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker the the U. U. S. S. death death toll toll from from cove cove it it has has topped topped eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand according according to to the the count count kept kept by by Johns Johns Hopkins Hopkins University University the the once once unimaginable unimaginable milestone milestone is is seen seen as as a a doubly doubly tragic tragic given given that that more more than than two two hundred hundred thousand thousand of of those those lives lives were were lost lost after after the the free free vaccine vaccine became became available available last last spring spring the the death death toll toll is is about about equal equal to to the the population population of of Atlanta Atlanta and and St St Louis Louis combined combined it's it's roughly roughly equivalent equivalent to to how how many many Americans Americans die die each each year year from from heart heart disease disease or or stroke stroke the the US US has has the the highest highest reported reported toll toll of of any any country country and and accounts accounts for for about about fifteen fifteen percent percent of of the the five five point point three three million million known known deaths deaths from from covert covert since since the the outbreak outbreak began began in in China China two two years years ago ago the the true true death death toll toll in in the the U. U. S. S. and and around around the the world world is is believed believed to to be be significantly significantly higher higher because because of of cases cases that that were were overlooked overlooked or or concealed concealed I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
Virus Outbreak Busy Santa Malls Intro and Wrap
"Santa Claus is coming back to a mall near you after last year's absence because of code nineteen marry Christmas it might look a little different this year with Santa behind a plexiglas shield or wearing a facemask or Santa and the helpers are all vaccinated and we required that while in the shopping center people keep their masks on at the Hillsdale shopping center in San Mateo California marketing director Christine cook Jack says they're glad to have Santa back for the children Sonya black took her nieces well I haven't been getting back to normal you know kids is missing out on you know little little thing the number of jolly old elves available is down about fifteen percent in some areas leaving the remaining very busy for photos mall visits and whispered gift wishes I'm Jackie Quinn
Tiny wrists in cuffs: How police use force against children
"Tiny wrists in handcuffs an Associated Press investigation has found that children as young as six have been treated harshly even brutally by police a six year old girl handcuffed with zip ties and arrested by Orlando police in twenty nineteen after kicking a school staffer that officer involved in a similar incident the same day later fired in an analysis of three thousand cases of police force against children the AP found black kids made up more than fifty percent even though they're only fifteen percent of the U. S. child population the most common types of force takedowns and strikes and muscling followed by firearms pointed out or used on children many police departments nationwide have few or no guard rails to prevent use of force against children some police departments say changes were made after the incidents occurred I'm Julie Walker
UK faces calls for ‘Plan B’ with virus cases high and rising
"Many scientists are pressing the British government to re impose social restrictions and speed up booster vaccinations as coronavirus infection rates already Europe's highest rise still further the U. K. recorded just over forty nine thousand you code in nineteen cases on Monday the largest number since mid July new infections average of forty three thousand a day over the past week a fifteen percent increase on the week before last week the office for national statistics estimated that one in six people in England had the virus one of the highest levels seen in Britain during the pandemic in July prime minister Boris Johnson's government lifted all the legal restrictions that had been imposed more than a year earlier to slow the spread of the virus including face coverings indoors and social distancing rules very strictly on them
Let's Talk About the Black Abortion Rate
"Have witnessed more than sixty million children murdered in the womb since roe v wade almost half of them a black now just a little bit of math there since the black population of america is less than fifteen percent and almost half of the more than sixty million children aborted killed in the womb. Black means that the abortion rates. Aw white supremacy not just the figures alone the massively disproportionate number of black children who were killed in the womb. Is that amazing post. I'd love to know who paid for it. The went up in new york. The most dangerous place for black child in new york is in her mother's womb devastating statement of truth.
UN reports 10% global drop in new virus cases
"The United Nations estimates there has been a ten percent drop in new coronavirus cases the WHL fines the number of new cases and deaths worldwide has continued to fold in the past week with an estimated three point three million new infections and about fifty five thousand deaths that's a ten percent drop in both in its regular assessment on the pandemic the U. N. health agency says the biggest drops in new cases was seen in the Middle East the western Pacific and the Americas with old versions reporting more than a fifteen percent decline in deaths with the exception of Europe and Africa I'm Charles de Ledesma
400K in US got Pfizer booster shots last weekend
"The bite into the serrations says the cope with nineteen vaccine booster campaign is off to a strong start White House virus response coordinator Jeff Zion says that pharmacies alone last weekend over four hundred thousand Americans receive the additional protection of a booster science says the focus remains on the roughly twenty five percent of eligible Americans who have not yet gotten there first vaccine dose CDC cheaper shovel Lenski says a particular group is concerning about thirty percent of women who are pregnant right now are vaccinated and extraordinarily low number and just fifteen percent of black pregnant women Wilensky says data show the shots are safe for both mother and baby Sager mag ani Washington
Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children
"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite
"fifteen percent" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"George to get fifteen percent off your order your first reset for news traffic and weather eleven ninety AM depend on us okay he acts hi and welcome back to coast to coast George nor with you along with Ken Gerhard back with us one of his works is called the essential guide to big foot can is a widely recognized cryptozoologist in field investigator for the summer of forty in zoology and the Gulf coast big foot research organization as well as a fellow of the P. and G. institute and a consultant for lots of paranormal groups he has searched for evidence of mysterious animals and legendary beasts around the world including big foot the loch ness monster the trooper car broke the giant wing of the creatures and even a were wolf scan I'm gonna have fun talking to you tonight and welcome back George it's always an honor to speak with you my friends are you ready for thanksgiving always super super it's got can't believe how fast this year's going can it is fine right by yes but I am ready for the gluttony of thanksgiving super what what is it that got you interested in crypto and I've been obsessed with cryptozoology since I was a young boy and I grew up in a family that was already sort of indoctrinated with science and animals but we loved monsters in my household but when I found out about big foot as a young boy I was just hooked and of course I saw the famous Patterson give one big foot some around that time in the seventies and and I've just been very fortunate my life have an opportunity to travel and investigate these things I've never had a sighting myself of course people always ask me that however I believe that I have been in close proximity to these creatures I've heard them vocalise and of course interviewed hundreds of people that have had encounters so cryptozoology is just it's a very in depth field you know most people have heard of big foot in the lock this monster marksman but there's a host of other mysterious creatures that lesser known creatures that people reported giant snakes and living pterodactyls and thunder birds and black Panthers and so there a lot of these things cryptids we call them animals that have avoided scientific detection still lurking out there in the wilderness that please when I first got really excited about the the crypto end of all of this it was in the school grade school when I was reading about the abominable snowman in the Himalayas and I got to believe that that's similar to big for it in such a ways even though the abominable spool storm and was always like white haired we don't hear too much about that anymore how come well you know first what he there's a little bit of a misconception I think that you know the white haired yet he is something that we that we kind of drawn from our different cultural influences so most of the findings of fact describe the creature this kind of got a brownish reddish fur and the belief that they that they live primarily in the snow was probably also a misperception acting habit the temperate valleys the mountains valleys if well forested and we you know we find their foot prints of course is the travel from valley to valley in the snow I think there are sightings still in that area I have some colleagues have gone over there and done research primarily not only in the Himalayas but areas of northern India where they're known as the Monday for wrong town where it's called the nego similar types of creatures but one interesting thing about the yet he did a lot of people don't realize George is that most descriptions of the yeti characterized it as a much smaller creatures and big foot fact most studies describe being that's only about four to five feet tall still very powerful and then very terrifying to the the local sheriff of people it could be related to big foot but it seems to be a smaller version you know you're right because in those earlier the articles that I would read as a kid it wasn't that big it was you know well maybe a little shorter than an ape yeah but still walks upright like a man what yeah against and apparently very aggressive the many accounts of it attacking people killing yaks and so on and so forth so seemingly.
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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Will take fifteen percent off for fast track program if you do that and you do need us for something we're happy to give me the discount there because you listen to the show hearing queda the analysis here credit happens in real time and it costs you nothing this is one of the neat things that that we do and then you have no obligation to move forward but but the minute that we get your credentials for identity I Q. the website they'll provide us all three credit reports soon as we punch that into our system we have everything that we need to go to work to attack these negative items in your credit and what we do from there is we build you an analysis it's really detailed we can send you kind of a simple version ago Hey here's a list all your negative items here's a summary here's how the reporting here's how long they were been reporting your all your collections in Cory's hears I using your revolving credit all of that or we can do real simple version of it but at least that way you're your take away before you do anything you take away there is that you have the information you need to know what's on your credit what do you move forward with us or not it's your choice but at least you're informed and that's our that's our little gift to you to get that close of you want to get that happening get that in the works this punches in your phone grab the phone right now seven oh two seven seven eight two thousand you can call us and reach somebody or just text a store credit we'll get a normal help me out and it gets a squared away I was literally sitting in the parking lot a minute ago I wanna talk about divorcing credit in a minute but but a minute ago seven conversation with somebody who filed bankruptcy a few years back and he had you don't issue recently because he had not looked at his credit since you filed bankruptcy got a couple credit cards and is doing things right but then went to go do something and realize that they to his credit scores Equifax and trans union we're up the over seven hundred easy to do after bankruptcy to get him up that high but his experience score was in the five hundreds and he didn't know why this is why it's important when you file be K. after you file to look at that reporter have us look at the devil's in the details on this report there are three items that should have been included in the bankruptcy listed on the report is included in the bankruptcy and when we went in there looked at it they wore and that's what's killing the score because the algorithms at the credit bureau don't see that those three accounts workouts that were included so get in there look at that let us help you by the way we're gonna help him with with that get back on track and get him fixed but this is why it's critical for you when you have a negative watermark in a foreclosure ShoreTel B. K. any of those things to make sure you get in and look at your credit and you see what's going on if you can't do it or you don't know how this is why we're here this is why I'm here every single week we're now in our ninety year of doing the show here on Kate on they had to drag me in doing this kicking and screaming now they can't they cannot get rid of me it's it's something we enjoy a putting together week after week I enjoy sitting here and having the opportunity to talk credit with you there's a lot there's just so much in the way detail I want to talk to you for a minute about divorce and credit this is one of those things where you know I I do this you know the speech this rant that I'm about to get into I do it a few times a year because I always get these calls her divorce so prominent myself I have been through this it's not easy but I want to explain something to you about divorce and how it relates to your credit a lot of people think that when they go through a divorce that whatever the court says goes as far as responsibilities and in this is true right the judge says that you know the husband's responsible for this and husbands responsible for that the wife responsible for this and that that's all fine and good but let's say you were told to pay the mortgage and you don't pay the mortgage on time you don't get to go to the credit bureaus and say the credit bureaus look at here's the court order and it says that my husband's responsible and expect them to clean your credit as a result of the.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on KTRH
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"fifteen percent" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Save you fifteen percent or more welcome back let's continue with more phone calls and i'm an is up next a good afternoon good afternoon paul thank call yeah you're not just heard that about jared remains in and i hate to hear that because you know i remember watching him play kentucky any always come across a very likable guy yeah yeah i i don't i mean i met him a few times and every time he he was a loving in bonn in a it's just a yeah i mean i i don't i mean it's been a tough story all afternoon but listening jeremy really it really got to me well you know he knows a lot of inside stuff and then you know i often wondered when jared was at kentucky what he would have been had he been as a school with a little bit better resources yeah but i wonder 'em yeah i think that maybe that's what made this made him so love because you know he you know he played alabama auburn there's a there's so many other players and in i'll i'll i'll be perfectly blunt with you i i run into great players at both schools a lot of schools and when i'm on campuses in i mean especially the schools that have so many and you're you're struggling remember when they played and who they are where jared everytime we want to kentucky i mean you know yeah and then steve tanna hill south carolina was another one i mean you know yeah yeah garcia he because their characters and they're not they're not afraid to say things and we had jared on her show up there a couple of years ago and i can't i i really don't remember what he was doing i mean we've complained the clown but he was doing it with he was having fun with it a i say i tell you what it was i remember now a guy showed up at on are set a that morning looking like jared he will he will he he dressed stop light jared lorenzen andy and then jared saw the guy in the crowd at ten o'clock and we came on and then he showed up at the end of the show a in mug for the camera's what's that guy an i mean that that that takes some a that that that that was just remarkable i thought you dig down deep inside and he learned to roll with the punches and have fun and you only get one shot at life and you know have as much fun as can you know following this nike thing and flags and mainly in all of this didn't you a single song in elementary school this land is your land this land is my land i remember well in and i thought we were all allowed to be who we chose to be is long as we didn't break the law in in in in step on other people's toes although these people got longer toes and there you have it appears in longer noses they've got the noses and everybody's business you know how about honestly i don't care if you're black white yellow red if you're if you're a christian atheist or whatever you believe in i don't care about any of this as long as we can all navigate.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Up fifteen percent of the problem eighty five percent of the world makes up the rest is we have to have someone who knows how to corral the rest of the world bring them together to get something done like we did in our ministry we have we have somebody that can add to a hundred we yeah you got to play them for life the after show if you're not listening the after show on Friday it's worth the cost of the subscription to the universe just to listen the lilacs and generally see about eight PM in these five in the west but you got to be a member of the universe and because ninety nine cents for your first month you can try it out you don't like it you don't like his music you know like our apt postgame show anything like that you drop out but most people stick around I gotta tell yeah we'd make up fifteen percent of the problem and the rest of the world computer is eighty five each part of the argument for why it's such a big catastrophe only fifteen percent of the problem is so it doesn't deal with China or India it's just so funny to me that it was a revelation to Joe that the rest of the world makes up eighty five percent were more fifteen percent Delaware public education and got AB well when we get to something often here how much van Jones or were sent is is odd yeah van Jones cut number twenty five on CNN last night you know I don't I don't know what it's talking imagine that it won't we are now sitting here with the Democratic Front runner having a spokesperson trying to defend his comments on busing in two thousand and nineteen this is not good last night I was happy happy happy because I'm so proud to be a Democrat everybody's doing so great if you told me three hours ago that we would be sitting here trying to figure out how the congressional black caucus can keep supporting Joe Biden I would sit on what planet is that but that's these debates matter okay ouch and David Axelrod just hates doing this could be like Joe cut number twenty four full advantage of the platform tonight I think was a tougher night for the most seasoned candidates on the forms for what I think that what I did because they seem to like part of the past rather than the future at times the vice president's seem somewhat confused to may and and handling some of the questions and following through the ashes into a bit defensive and Bernie Sanders we joked earlier he he might have been a hologram because a lot of what we heard we we heard tonight we've heard many many times before so boy with axes got the axe out that's something the president is tweeted.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Insurance is a fifteen percent down, this whole list of things realize these people are running as fast as they can into a into a blind canyon where they could Biden's try and separate himself from that group or no. If you watched him on the view Friday, what he what he did is he tried to appease, everybody? Everybody by Biden's natural. Instinct is to appease, everybody and to be sort of a hug. In fact, one of these attacks is you kind of huggy bear, but that psychologically he is a hug, you bear is there who objectively your mind, you know, politics. This has been your sport and study all these years and your historian, who has the best shot at beating Trump Buddha. Judge? Really? Yeah. About it, mayor. He doesn't exist. He's, he's exactly Jimmy Carter card. Carter's, strengthened nineteen seventy six was everybody could project onto him whatever they want a make sense. All right. Do you think that he's going to emerge from the pack? I think he could. Now, of course, they're gonna ask questions, like how come your city has not been prosperous, and how come you have all the problems with African Americans in your city? And this is a business where the higher, you get the hotter gets. Yeah. I think I've noticed in your life. And Buda judge, by the way, is going to come into New York to meet with Al Sharpton, apparently, they have a specific topic, according to ABC news to discuss homophobia, now, we have some number ones kissing sharpens ring, and got to discuss reparation, how could he go see Sharpton and not make a pledge reparation? Let's play the highlights Sharpton. So we know exact- I only have two minutes. Let me these are the highlights of shopping. Okay. All right. Come on. That's the guy they all want. Does this is the Democratic Party? We welcome.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"It's Red Eye Radio. He's probably I'm Gary McNamara. Just want to respond to the, the last caller, because we were limited because of, of, of time there seems to be a misnomer here. The last caller called and was trying to make the claim that Germany is a socialist country. Germany is not a socialist country. There's a difference between a free market economy that offers more generous, as we call it more social welfare benefits. Right. That does not make it a socialist economy that means more end you pay a lot more in taxes in Germany, if you're in the middle class, then you do in the United States myself using the example of socialism, when it comes to industry would be in the energy industry, where Germany because of what they decided to do with the subsidies and wind and solar electricity. Prices just went through. The roof, but Germans, pay a ton of taxes, not only more than in the United States, but you add not even adding the fifteen percent more that you have to pay for health insurance. They have nineteen percent value added tax on top of the higher, you know, taxes that you have for, for a income taxes in, in Germany, their, their court protects though. Fifteen percent United States twenty one. So their corporate tax rate is actually lower. But Germany is not in the last caller, you're trying to make that case Germany is not a socialist country. So free market country inside the European Union. They are part of the gimme ISM. They're.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"We appreciate it. Morning. Diana. Just message me she loves tweet November. Data from her traffic department. She loves sweet over a great movie. Thank you, totally. They're both easing. It's it's it's a it's a love story. Fifteen percent. The point fifteen percent. The point that we like it. The other sixty eight percents. Microphones great movie, though point breaks agree movie. Absolutely data traffic data. What's stressed or? In south gate. We do have a Sigler in fact, and this is along the seven ten heading northbound just before Florence avenue wreck there and the two left lanes remain blocked until they remove that your drive stacked up from rosecrans diamond bar of the broken down car. That's the fifty seven heading northbound at the sixty signal the carpooling. So busy drive from Pathfinder through that stretch. Southbound side of the fifty seven's a bit heavier, though, you're looking at delays from temple avenue pretty much all the way down to the twenty two. And it looks like things are also loaded up out of Westminster offender bender on the four oh five heading south at Westminster avenue. They push it out of the main lanes, but it's up against the Senate divider. So it's not totally out of the way just yet. And everything's pretty busy from seal beach boulevard, but it continues to be slow into valley opening up after Warner traffic sponsored by MGM resorts pool days are better Incaviglia. But no Cabana will number one MGM resorts pool management has the right to totally pamper you so preserve your cabinet. Any one of the MGM resorts twelve acres destinations to book your Cabana? Visit Cabanas dot MGM resorts dot com. That's your traffic. I'm.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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"fifteen percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Comment about Nevada. They got too far worse than we did. But there's lot of the Napa rivers that Arias probably about three feet from spilling over. But but so far so good. Yeah. It's gonna keep rising, sadly, as you know, we get the residual effect. But let me see what did you call? I hear you. You have a challenge for our listeners this morning. Well, I'm I'm old enough to remember all that stuff about investing versus spending. And I think that going to last forty fifty years, and we bought this acquaintance, and, but I can't think of a single government program other than the military and the police and emergency people things like that. Where it worked out. The housing and urban development the city's crumley. The energy department. You know, they they tried to kill it education department. We have horrible education. So I would challenge a reader or listener call and give us an example of something that worked out. Yeah. That that's great. What what on the federal level has really worked out well for us and his money worth spending. Right. Yep. I'm with you on that, Bobby calistoga. Thanks for checking him and stay dry up there. Okay. Thank you Bye-bye goes. Okay. So okay. I'll I'll I'll walk through this with you. Defense. Spending's fifteen percent of the budget fifteen percent of the budget. When you think about the fact that the federal government's primary job is to keep us safe. Fifteen percent. That's a bargain. I mean, really fifteen percent of the national budget that does not count spending on veterans benefits, by the way healthcare comes.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Jason save yourself. Fifteen percent. I just told Amy that we're gonna buy one it's going to happen. Don, you're right now. Actually, we're going to you will not you will not be disappointed. Won't open now open back up. So I can get. Hang out. Jason's fighting with his ipad. I really am. I I had all this stuff. Okay. Now. We're back open again. Okay. So we know that creating in order to. In order to really harness someone's attention to influence others. They have to be fascinated with you fascination is derived from the narrative the presentation and the level of certainty, which which you can create in the minds of your audience, but let's talk about specifically narrative. So now, we come to storytelling. And how do we how do we tell people? What to think about us? And the first step really is trying to figure out what it is that you really believe because this is what's crazy. It doesn't really matter. What you believe? Now, naturally, if you are I I don't know it does matter to us in the sense that if you are if you're one who legitimately believes that money is the root of all evil, and that the rich are terrible human beings, and that their wealth ought to be confiscated and redistributed to people who deserve it best. If maybe you aren't spreading that to people who make a lot of money, if you're trying to sell it to too high too high in business guys that may not be an effective sales strategy or effective belief to hold, but the likelihood of you truly honestly believing that and still selling to those kinds of people highly unlikely what is most likely if however you do believe those things and you're selling to say, you know, parisioners. Of church that might be a very effective sales strategy that might be very effective principle or idea to hold. But the most important thing is in most cases, it doesn't really matter. What's your faults? Are it doesn't really matter. What you're what you believe about wealth health happiness family because there's going to be somebody out there that is attracted to whatever your view on life and politics is. So what I suggest that people do is start out really defining. What you believe about a lot of things. So what is your opinion on money, for example, is at the root of all evil? Or is it a tool, what is your view on politics? A what's your view on health and fitness? What's your view on business? What your view on homosexuality? What is your view on on marriage? What's your view on raising kids?.
"fifteen percent" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Open phones at triple eight eight to five five two two five Paul is with us in Indianapolis. Hey, Paul, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey, Dave, I doing better than I deserve. What's up? Well, I am a federal employee. I work at the department of veterans affairs stand. The retirement option that they give us are either a traditional tears P or rock ESPN five percent match. So I'm on baby step four and I have five percent matched up to. My income up to fifteen percent, right. Start a Roth IRA, and I talked to a couple of different investor pros Smartvestor pros. And a few the told me that it might be beneficial for me to just invest the rest in the my rock TSP up to fifty percents until my retirement savings reaches fifteen thousand that way. The commission that they would get would be worth my while. And I'm just kinda wondering what to do with my funds to get up to fifteen percent busting right now. Until commission that they would get. That's that's what if you had told me that that it may not be great point. You've got breakpoints when you have fifty thousand dollars invested with a mutual fund, but not the TSP won't affect that. That's when you have like if you have a certain brand of fun say American funds, and you've got fifty thousand dollars invested, but that brand or fidelity or whoever you usually get a break point and have less commissions pay that you are paying when you get to fifty thousand. But when you've got fifty thousand in your TSP doesn't affect that. Well, and and I think that's where I got confused because I'm still confused at the investing. I listen near podcasts. And I'm learning as I go I have right now. I if if I knew that my employer's contributions weren't going to have to have patches paid once I take it out. I would say, okay. Well, that's kind of a win for me. But I really like to get any as much as I can. The order. The order is that you do match. I Roth second and non Roth third. Okay. So the the matching portion is free money, even though you have to pay taxes on the matching portion when you take it out, but it's free money. And so that five percent match. That's a no brainer being in Roth TSP is a no brainer. So let's put five percent of your income. Are you single? No, I'm married. Okay. And does your wife work outside the home? She's in between jobs. She's a teacher. And we just we have a nine month old at home. From the calculation then on your income. So what do you make? I'm fifty to fifty two thousand. Okay. All right and. So. Fifteen percent, then is going to be seventy eight hundred dollars. Right. Right. Okay. And how old are you? Okay. So if you put five percent and then ten percent of fifty to be five thousand two hundred dollars, right? That's what you have left. And they question is where do we put the five thousand two hundred two we put it in a Roth for Roth IRA for you. Or do we put that much more in TSP, those are two possible options, Roth ESP or Roth IRA and mutual funds? So then the only question between those two things is which can you get the best mutual funds with now you TSP as the C plan the plan the I plan and we recommend eighty percent in the c ten percent. Ten percent the S. You've heard me say that. Right. Right. And I I actually have those same numbers now. Perfect. So the question is if you put five thousand two hundred dollars more in there in those three plans could you have found some mutual fund. Post three point. And the answer is. Yes. So. Tell him you want put five thousand two hundred dollars into a Roth IRA in mutual funds that are going out that I have a track record of outperforming, your and I- plans makes eighty ten ten and you can you can pull up to projections on on the history of the CDS, and the I am mix it in at eight hundred ten ten and compare it to 'cause basically you're going to be having to beat the S and P five hundred is what you gotta do because there's some five hundred is the plan, and that's about how it performs and you've just gotta find series of growth stock mutual funds that outperform the SNP. Okay. And you can do that. Now, here's the here's the thing. More. It's not going to be a lot different. That group of funds in the TSP. Let's say one year they did eleven percent. The funds. I'm talking about my do thirteen one year your funds in the TSP nine percent. The ones I'm talking about my do ten. Okay. So it's not gonna be this. This discussion is not life changing. But it's all about teaching you how to look at this. And how to think about it? So that because that's what you're looking for is the knowledge so you can make the critical thinking skills decision on your own. And that's what you're looking for. Now. What happens is your five thousand two hundred is going to get a commission paid on it. It doesn't get a commission paid on it in the TSP. And so you're not gonna get quite as much in there. So that's what they're talking about that until that gets up to until your IRA that we're talking about gets up to fifty thousand. It's not it's probably gonna about break even with the TSP. So that's why it's kind of a wash between now and fifty thousand. Dollar save. But it's not that when you get fifty thousand in your TSP, you're gonna save commissions over here on the other side does that make sense? But you're not you don't have enough going in quick enough at this stage of the game to get to that fifty thousand break point very quickly. It's probably going to be six seven years for you get there if things stay exactly like they are now. Now, if your wife's working in your income goes way up then then you might get there and four years. Yeah. That could happen because you're putting more in. So the point of all this discussion is that's the knowledge. And after all that gobbledygook. The math is I kind of agree. It's not gonna be much different. For the next for the next five years. So you can do either one. But. You know, I think that I think the big issue is is that you're smart enough to have gotten out of debt you built your emergency fund..
"fifteen percent" Discussed on The 45th
"For fifteen percent off today. All right. There's more immigration related news. One thing about was actually really horrifying report. That just I think it was late on Friday. It was like a really late night like filing in federal court the same court. That's been kind of monitoring the situation with these uprated children and getting accountability from the government in terms of reuniting with their families and getting numbers while the government told federal court few days ago that it would take extraordinary effort to reunite migrant children as if that is an excuse in sponsor homes with their parents. Now, the excuse they used was this. They said that while look first of all apparently, we have separated thousands more children than the twenty seven hundred or so that we told you about. But now they're saying that if we remove these kids from their sponsor homes, it will further emotionally traumatize them. But it kind of threw in a little tidbit or said, actually, it has no way of tracking the children taken from their parents. They. Can't track the children. They don't know who belongs to who. I am. I mean, like, obviously that is the fucking reason. It will take extraordinary effort. I'm so sorry. I'm coaching a lot to them tired. But this just I mean was devastating to read. I don't even understand how this is remedy. This is like something out of like a dystopia nightmare. Unfortunately, not too distant future. It's like straight up one of the deficit of genocide is taking children away three raise by different culture. Like, it's right. And I just keep going back to like psycho Nielsen's tweets like back at the start. And this is she's like, oh, there's no politics. Bring children from the parents just in the current. When she absolutely knew it was going on knew how badly the was being run new. They had no solution for actually gonna kids back, and she's still turns it diet. And no one's holding your countable for that. This is straight a criminal to me, this credit human rights violations can somebody. Can somebody hold us responsible police in the Hague step in or something can't because we're not a party? But anyway. Kids that were separated before it publicly reveal those happening. No so piecemeal that they stood even bother to track. It the kids would be taken away and there'd be reassigned unaccompanied minors. So people were thinking those were unaccompanied minors. They were a new bomb era when they were literally unaccompanied minors like, you know, usually you not little kids but kids to walkers the border neuronal at teenagers show, fifteen sixteen seventeen miners, but they they did come in your own power. They weren't they were children who brought parents parents were arrested. So they were then deemed unaccompanied and no one bothers right down where they came from..
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"We're going to be given out that phone number. Jason let's get to ingredient number two because this'll make a three super pill. Does something that no other fish oil product, can do it actually lowers cholesterol talk about these plant sterols, explain how this works. And why it's so important, right? Well, I don't know anyone who isn't concerned about their cholesterol. If you have high cholesterol, obviously, you wanna lower it if you have normal or healthy cholesterol. Obviously you want to maintain it. Well in the world of dietary supplement there is one compound one ingredient that stands head and shoulders above anything else. They're called plants. They're all they have over a hundred and forty human clinical studies shown to significantly lower LDL cholesterol. And again. LDL is the bad cholesterol, HDL, good cholesterol. And the studies are pretty dramatic. They show that in as little as a few weeks four weeks, you can see anywhere from five to fifteen percent reduction in your LDL level safely, and naturally absolutely no side effects, very effective. They've known about plants they're all since the nineteen fifties, and they work via a very different mechanism than statin drugs. So I wouldn't tell people to stop taking statin drugs. We're not trying to position this is an alternative to statins. Statins work by preventing the production of cholesterol in the liver. Plant sterols block, the absorption of cholesterol in the intestines. Plant sterols are similar structurally to the cholesterol molecules, and they basically confuse little cells in your intestine called might feels into thinking that the plant sterols are actually the cholesterol particles. So the my steals pick up the plant sterols instead of the cholesterol. Particles and the cholesterol particles, instead just get passed through your intestines. The point is if you're on Staten, you can take plants they're all as an addendum therapy to help control your cholesterol. Studies actually have been done to show that they can amplify the benefits. And of course, this particular product, you get obviously first off the full clinically tested amount of the plants. They're all to deliver the benefits as shown in the studies. That's something that's very important because a lot of products out there that you'll see that have plant sterols on the label may only deliver a tiny fraction of what any study is ever showed any benefit for purity delivers the full amount that you need to get these benefits. Now, Jason let's talk about the third ingredient in the formula co Q ten which is also becoming one of the more popular nutritional ingredients all over the world. Tell us about co Q ten and why it's valuable for our health. What is what does it do? Well, co Q ten is found in every single cell in your body. It's there from the moment your conceive. Until the moment you leave the earth. Unfortunately, as you age, you lose coenzyme q ten so by the time, you're in your senior years, you've only got about half as much co Q ten as you did when you were about twenty now when you think.
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"Thirty for fifteen percent off your purchase. I'm just blown away by that the coach Carter, right? The actual coach Carter. Yeah. Like, I'm blown away that like. What was it about that interaction that he was like, yeah? I wanna put you in charge of this like, I mean, I know from meeting you immediately. But I'm just saying, but like what what was it about that he's sleeping in the office? And also just your ability to lake it's not like chameleon into any situation to be and the situation without be. 'cause I can think of like situations. I've been where I'm like, I fight it like, you know, they mean where you just left in the office because that's what you had to do. And you knew it wasn't going to be forever. But it I knew it wasn't going to be forever. And even when he met me he was so concerned. I'll just like on fine. And he was just like what are you doing? I was like I'm building an empire. Are we? Mind the whole time. I was there. I was just focused on the end results. I was just like I'm building empire. And that's what I said the people in the street at that time looking back. They probably thought I was crazy. But that was my answer. Anytime anybody asked what was going on? Or what are you doing? I'm like I'm building empire. So I was definitely focused on the big picture. What was your like faith journey like two? So like was there ever a time? Like were you late? Join us in God. God I'm on the opposite. I think that was much when I got probably really close to God. Oh, I am a Christian woman in my faith with it just went skyrocket. 'cause I was like, okay. I'm gonna have to put some demands on God. If I believe in this guy, and the guy that I say that you are going to have to start putting some demands because right now, the people are not helping. Yeah. You to come through. And honestly, when I had that type of discussion is when I got that call I was literally on my knees praying in the gun and got that call and I was just like oh, thank God. Like, oh my gosh. I could have done this all along my area. What were you thinking? Funny when we forget that we can like ask you like something so much greater than let's whenever I tap back in. I'm like a right. And then when I'm out I'm like, what are you doing? You know? Well, okay. So I wanted to ask to when you talked about so because you knew visualize you manifest quickly. Like, how do you keep your conscience? Clear. Like, what do you do to make sure that you're not pulling in things that you don't want? Oh my gosh. I do practice a morning routine. Which is what my new book that's coming out. It's available now from reorder, and it's caught fareless faith, plus hustle, but just getting your faith in alignment with your hustle. And with that attribute a lot of that to my morning routine. Mclarty my centeredness, my focus. I don't start the morning off on social media. I don't start the morning off on emails. I don't do any of that. My first hour of my day is with got. And because I have to get that centered me getting that censored allows me to just blow through the day, and whatever happens can just happen and doesn't create like this big reaction. And it also helps me control the pace of the day. When you start the day just going through your emails and things of that nature. You start the day and not being proactive your being reactive. Yes. You're responding to everything you're out of control, and you're setting that kind of energy I'm very big on energy, but you're setting that kind of energy and tone. So that's what the universe is going to start to bring you more of that chaos. So I'm very big on that because the realization is if you start your day off like that, you won't get you to listen, you won't you'll go through the whole day. Just responding responding minding doing so what keeps me pretty clear from a lot of the clutter in any of the chaos is is my morning routine conversation with God is like, meditation or prayer. Okay. So am I allowed to talk about the book?.