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 Study: SUVs, pickups hit pedestrians more often than cars do

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Study: SUVs, pickups hit pedestrians more often than cars do

"Number of pedestrian deaths in the U. S. the study by the insurance institute for highway safety suggests those wider pillars that support the roof structure make it harder for drivers to spot people walking near the corner of their vehicle especially if an SUV or truck is turning Consumer Reports also finds high hoods obstruct driver views of pedestrians crossing in front of the vehicles and even away from intersections pickups are eighty percent more likely than cars to hit a pedestrian on the road S. U. V.'s are sixty one percent more likely more than sixty five hundred pedestrians were killed in the U. S. in twenty twenty a jump of fifty nine percent from a decade earlier I'm

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Trump wins CPAC 2024 straw poll, DeSantis is second but more than 30 points behind

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Trump wins CPAC 2024 straw poll, DeSantis is second but more than 30 points behind

"A straw poll at the conservative political action conference annual meeting has former president trump as their favorite to be the Republican presidential nominee again I'm Ben Thomas with the latest we did it twice and we'll do it again we're going to be doing it again a third time former president trump Saturday in Orlando indicating he will run for president in twenty twenty four in his speech trump again falsely blamed his twenty twenty election loss on widespread voter fraud for which there is no evidence he also defended his recent praise of Russian president Vladimir Putin of course he's smart but the real problem is that our leaders are dumb trump expressed support for the Ukrainian people and praise president Vladimir is a lan ski is a brave man trump earned fifty nine percent of the sepak straw poll followed by Florida governor Ron DeSantis with twenty eight percent no one else had more than two percent I'm

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Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

"A surge in corona virus cases is worsening and parts of the Midwest in Michigan some schools are taking next week off for the thanksgiving holiday instead of just three days in Detroit the school district says it's switching to online learning on Fridays in December only thirty five percent of eligible residents in Detroit are fully vaccinated in Minnesota at the defense department is sending medical teams to two hospitals next week to immediately treat patients and help we're a health care workers cold weather states like New Hampshire North Dakota have seen a spike in cases one warmer weather state Arizona has more than ninety percent of inpatient hospital beds occupied about fifty nine percent of the population is fully vaccinated or about one hundred ninety five million Americans I bet Donahue

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Majority in US concerned about climate: AP-NORC/EPIC poll

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Majority in US concerned about climate: AP-NORC/EPIC poll

"A new poll finds a majority of Americans regard the deteriorating climate as a problem of high importance to them fifty nine percent of Americans said the planets warming was very or extremely important to them as an issue up from forty nine percent and twenty eighteen according to the Associated Press and R. C. center for public affairs research poll roughly that many also believe the pace of global warming is increasing president Biden is hoping to help negotiate big cuts and climate wrecking pollution globally at the upcoming summit in Scotland but it's unclear whether he'll be able to get any significant climate legislation through Congress before it starts Sunday I'm Julie Walker

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Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Biden's approval slumps after a slew of crises: AP-NORC poll

"President Biden's popularity is dropped after a slew of crises a new poll by the Associated Press N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research shows fifty percent of people approve of the job the president is doing while forty nine percent disapprove in August fifty four percent approved and in July Biden had fifty nine percent approval the results come as Americans process the military evacuation from Afghanistan mounted border patrol agents charging at Haitian refugees the delta very of threat to the corona virus in the legislative drama of Biden trying to get his infrastructure and tax policies through Congress my camp in Washington

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Biden Sees Dip in Support Amid New COVID Cases: AP-NORC Poll

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Sees Dip in Support Amid New COVID Cases: AP-NORC Poll

"The summer resurgence of covert nineteen cases it's taking a toll on president Biden's job approval a poll by the Associated Press and Marcy center for public affairs research shows Biden's overall job approval dipping from fifty nine percent last month to fifty four percent a big part of that is a shift in views of his handling of the corona virus pandemic a month ago sixty six percent of respondents approved but that's now fallen to fifty four percent as well the poll was conducted from August twelfth to sixteenth as news of the Taliban's movement into Kabul was widely reported those surveyed were about evenly divided over Biden's handling of foreign policy forty seven percent approving and fifty one percent disapproving and national security were more people approved fifty two percent then disapproved Ben Thomas Washington

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Brought to you. By macy's texas lawmaker in dc on testing positive for cova nineteen let this be a reminder by chanel ross on monday fifty seven texas lawmakers boarded planes to washington. Dc the legislators. The bulk of the texas house of representatives democratic delegation had fled their state in hopes of stopping a vote on bills. That would change the times in ways that citizens in the state may vote as well as the experience. Texans may have while casting a ballot. The democrats say the proposed laws would come with the very real possibility of voter suppression and intimidation one measure in question for example what allow untrained and armed poll-watchers to stand close enough to voters to see how they vote on saturday. That developing political story ran headlong into the realities of the ongoing pandemic. When three of the texas democrats reported testing positive for covert nineteen all three lawmakers had been vaccinated according to their caucus as have most other members of the texas house of representatives among those who had tested positive. Saturday we're state representative. Celia israel age fifty seven eight democrat representing a district that includes austin and nearby suburbs the district where people of color make up the majority of residents reports one of the higher vaccination rates in the state. It's made up. Mostly of travis county where sixty one point eight four percent of residents twelve and over have like their representative ben fully vaccinated statewide about fifty nine percent of all texas residents in that age. Range have been fully vaccinated. Let this be a reminder that cova nineteen is still very much among us with infection rates on the rise and more infectious variants spreading nationwide. Israel said in a statement issued saturday evening while i have fully complied with cdc guidelines and m fully vaccinated. This will not one hundred percent prevent infection thankfully. I am doing well and hope to get over the infection with mild symptoms. I am currently quarantining. Until i test negative i urge anyone not vaccinated to do so as soon as possible to help. Stop the spread. The texas house democratic caucus did not identify the two other members of the delegation who have tested positive for the corona virus. The author of this story for time was alerted to israel's status because they were in masked but close contact with her while reporting this week. Cova nineteen cases have been on the rise in texas as in most states in the us which experts have attributed to factors including the highly contagious delta variant and the slowing rate of vaccinations on thursday allston officials tightened the city's cove nineteen guidelines in response to an alarming spike in cases before the news of the positive tests outlets like fox. News as let's the lawmakers political opponents back home had highlighted images of legislators aboard a charter flight from texas to washington. Dc in which many appear not to have worn masks while commercial airlines require all passengers to wear masks during flights current cdc guidelines. Do not recommend them for those who have been fully vaccinated breakthrough covert nineteen cases are possible even after vaccination as would be the case with any vaccine but there is evidence that those cases may be less severe. An ap analysis found that about ninety nine percent of cova nineteen hospitalizations in the us and may were among unvaccinated people. Israel also thanked her republican and democratic colleagues for the well wishes and concern some have expressed for her and for her partner whom israel had plans to marry thursday on the floor of the texas house of representatives before the delegation decided to flee the state. Most importantly i hope this instance highlights. The sacrifices were willing to make for the cause of democracy. The lawmaker said in her statement. I would not change anything to protect the right to vote. It might only be midsummer but fall will be here before you know it and with it the start of a new school year. Don't worry macy's has your back first day outfits backpacks lunchboxes macy's has everything you need. Even that must have coffeemaker for those heading.

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Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

"After the show to learn about special financing for talking tech listeners listeners. It's mike schneider here and i'm proud. Molina wilkin back to talking tech. Mike i know we wrote stories during the pandemic about people playing video games as we were forced to adopt a stay at home lifestyle but now there are some actual survey findings support. This tried brett. The entertainment software association. And that's the trade group that puts on the annual electronic entertainment expo which we refer to fondly as e three That association just released its annual essential facts about the video game industry report and found that more than half of video game players fifty five percent so that played more games during the pandemic and most players ninety percent so they'll continue playing after the country opens up. This is based on a four on four thousand. Us adults surveyed by the market research. Firm ipsos For the usa now some other findings Respondents said that video games provided stress relief. That was from fifty five percent of them and forty eight percent. Said you'll games provided a distraction Parents also said that video games churches in escape in a break for the kids. That's seventy one percent of parents surveyed said and more than half a parents. Fifty nine percent said their children play educational games in two thirds of parents. Sixty six percent said video games made the transition to distance learning easier for their kids. Some other interesting fact survey overall two hundred twenty seven million americans say they play video games and that's up from two hundred and fourteen million the year before. I don't know what you think. The average age of video game players brett but they are thirty one years old. How many games identify as female. Forty five percents Eighty percent of the game players in the us are over. Eighteen

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Mini-Break

The Mini-Break

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Mini-Break

"Yes they're not in this. I get i get your point that in other majors they have dude. We had this conversation so many times about like. Wow this is weird. Over the last few years i okay but i don't think it's the same conversation as the as the point. You're trying to make. I think crutcher cova respectful. Chink is absolutely an anomaly. And again we can get back to the match now because this is a conversation. I'm sure we will continue to have over the next few seasons. But i mean you look at this. Matchup for chang cova. She is someone who has been in. The mix mentioned this yesterday. Top fifty since two thousand eight and you look at her consistency in the years across surfaces. She's one fifty percent for total. Wt to were matches. Fifty nine percent of her hard court matches fifty nine percent of her clay court matches now the big experience gap for her down to me matches. She's played against top fifty top twenty top ten opponents. She's earned a hundred seventy one wins over top fifty player. Seventy one wins over top twenty players. Thirty six wins over top ten players. You compare that to barbara crutches. Cova sir to wins over top. Ten players. Four wins over top twenty. Thirteen wins over top Fifty they experience goes to patching cova. I mean there's no denying you look at her pathway to get to these finals she has earned her spot. Here wins oversampling casablanca rebecca. Sedans tom ianovich. And mikhail your thoughts on where she is entering this event and again tactically the breakdown. Yeah i think it's an interesting one again. I very much a lot of credit to probably a chink of what she's able to what she's been able to do these matches and figuring out the chess right coming through three-set matches back to back against sabah. Linka azarenka is really really tough to do And then also following that up in the quarters by beating bachan nine seven and a third incredibly impressive and so her ability to do that and to beat those players and just figure out ways to win mean. That's been very entertaining to watch. I think when you get to the matchup against credit cova it becomes interesting because you start to think. How is she going to win points. How is she gonna finish points. More importantly because if credit cova is able to defend and throw up the moonball and scramble for points like she was in the semi like she's been able to do this entire tournament i it becomes a hard question to answer right and i think the public has. We talked about this earlier. I think she's being higher. Caliber of player Throughout this so that's great for her She looked fairly solid in that semi minus the start against the dancing..

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‘Conjuring 3’ Tops ‘A Quiet Place 2’ as Moviegoing Returns

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

‘Conjuring 3’ Tops ‘A Quiet Place 2’ as Moviegoing Returns

"For the first time in more than a year we have a box office raised to talk about the third movie in the conjuring horror franchises put a hurting on the movie that was the box office leader going into the weekend studio estimates say the conjuring sequel earned an estimated twenty four million dollars that makes it the biggest R. rated opening of the pandemic era it also made a second place movie out of last week's box office champ a quiet place part two saw fifty nine percent of its box office called lead off hitter in nineteen and a half billion dollars during its second weekend in theaters I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Prison fellowship. So i keep getting asked. What can i do. Well guess what. Be like deborah flora. Our guest this is what she did in front of the douglas. County school district board meeting just recently. We've heard a lot about how the education the equity educational policy is not equivalent to critical race theory. However i've heard many things that are very disturbing that show it to be quite the opposite. First of all the term equity it sounds great but exactly opposite of equal opportunity equity demands and equal outcome. That only happens when you gerrymander things to favor. One group or another. It's not the same as equal opportunity. The second thing that concerns me is when i heard the definition of equity that has been shared here answer many communications from the district. It talks about groups of individuals. When you talk about groups it has collectivism is separating. Children in two groups had is exactly what is doing and groups based on. What what we've heard from both hiring the gemini also another thing that concerns me is a groups are broken. Down into race gender identity sexual preference and oppression at the gemini grew teaching which i took time to watch. The entire thing is even more disturbing and this group was hired by the sport because that training talks about oppressors and oppressed that is damaging to every group of children. First of all some group has children are thought of as being shamed for who they are. The others are taught that they are victims without the ability to further themselves and to look at the others as the enemies. We all know that. The doctor king quote that has been shared color skin versus the content of our character. He had a dream. This is a nightmare. It is a nightmare for our children and it needs to end now. The training also by the way divides basically educators and parents because in the training your first appearance as dissenters. We're not dissenters. We are the parents it goes on to say and train educators to tell dissenters that this is simply the way we are going to educate your children. They're our children. We are the ones that have the moral authority over. Their education will not be marginalized. The board's job is to represent the stakeholders when i looked at that screen up there. The stakeholders that were consulted before this policy was implemented does not list parents. Neither does the advisory committee we are the stakeholders and we need to be included in this. Let me end by this. The job of the board education right now. According to state proficiency tests only fifty nine percent of douglas county students are proficient in reading only forty eight percent proficient in math. That is the job of the school. The teaching morality teaching's kind. We continue to be kind. The rest of it belongs to the parents not to social engineering in the schools. Thank you leave. Flora calling little children oppresses and parents dissenters. She spoke up have you. Now's the time i'm sebastian goalkeeper heading a swivel. Watch your sex hold the line. Never give up giving be like devil uproarious but stay frosty too..

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

Trinity Force Podcast

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Trinity Force Podcast

"Ever essentially so i think it's because you can throw him when he goes to the shield so he can't ever like land damaged hourly. I guess maybe does interact also like his grit than we. Maybe i don't know maybe chemo up next. Get a nice little buff here on his at w. move quick don was seventeen seconds. It's a going out of fourteen seconds so I can't remember if there's a way to decrease that cool down through auto tax or something like that but that that is a really long cool down. Seventeen seconds flat For him so in that drop down gives them a lot more safety lane to hustle out of a a tough situation. Her this combined with them was it. A couple batches. Go got that buff. There's passive ray. I think yep the jungle monster specifically. I don't know. I think i the guy who above and i've heard that this is supposedly the biggest buff to his jungle. I did was there. Actually i remember that. And i just remember naming that like jungle team would be good. But i didn't know that. The i like it was actually talking about. This stuff is like this is definitely congenial to you about the. Nobody knows about yet. Nice nice and i team electrically andrews which does give you a lot of hase so there's number will go down pretty low. Yup as the game goes on. Yeah he. I'm always so impressed that i see Jungles find success. Whether it's on my team against me it's like see lock. It ended i trump or his team agenda one trick. You look them up and you're like oh he's a demo jungle one trick with fifty nine percent one right all right and even if he is one trick. You might not know whether or not. He's trolling that game or not. Always a coin flip or got up next. Big crab man is w purge the modified Danger on that was.

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Joel Embiid, 76ers Rout Wizards to Take 3-0 Series Lead

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Joel Embiid, 76ers Rout Wizards to Take 3-0 Series Lead

"Jo Ellan beat set a career playoff high with thirty six points as the seventy Sixers cruised to a one thirty two one oh three win over the wizards taking a three nothing lead in the first round series and beat scored twenty five points in the first half and finished fourteen of eighteen from the floor in twenty eight minutes before resting the entire fourth quarter Tobias Harris provided twenty points thirteen rebounds and five assists for the Sixers who shot fifty nine percent from the field and fifty two percent from three point range the top seeded seventy Sixers will go for the sweep in game four on Monday I'm the ferry

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Wonkhe Show - the higher education podcast

"We have the philosophy of the minister of state for universities and science and also cambridge continue happily awarding an ice to people and it's a tradition and apart from some people confused on wikipedia. No anyhow home now Students invest easter prioritize. Return to in person teaching and the missing each other's faces johnny. Tell us more yes. So in case you hadn't noticed we've had a little bit of a pandemic recently and it's been especially tough on students who've been racking up the usual debts but not getting the usual student experience so as i understand it to impress people one of the mark each of this parish and the other richard grabner of the foundation came up with the idea of a commission to see how we can get back on track on on three fronts teaching and learning student experience and employability and they called the commission this student futures commission. And if you can do something that ambitious you'd better make sure you've got the right person to lead it and if you're looking for the right person in almost any circumstances mary. Cookies is that person and so. They managed to persuade her to take on answer yesterday. The commission had its former launch or as. Mary called it a mobilization developing mobilization. Because she wants to crowd source insights and solutions. Now one of the things. I thought was particularly interesting with the survey results that they showed that were intended to focus the mind on some of the questions and one of them. For instance was that fifty. Nine percent of students want to see a return face to face teaching us universities top priority. And what interested me about that. Statistic was not fifty nine percent that do but the fact that it's just that forty one percent don't and also a forty eight percent didn't feel out on any aspect of teaching and student surveys. That tell us what students think but often on what they what they mainly do is remind us that students don't think as one group they think they. Are you get ten students together and you probably have twelve opinions. They some some students quite liked the online delivery and would like to stick with it or at least in part and you know. We're we're discovering that some of the stuff we've been forced to do over the past year and a half is actually quite valuable ineffective and certainly as part of a of a mixed environment and the ons to the students. Futures commission is that there is to be no one answer. we need the h..

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job

Don't Quit Your Day Job

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Don't Quit Your Day Job

"Hey everyone on back and there's a lot to talk about today. My side gig is running and cycling events and later on. We'll be telling you the ins and outs of my side business which includes set up in procedures. And how. I make money with these races but i i want to shout out to the people of indian my stats Show in anchor. That fifty nine percent of my listers are from india. That's great. I'm glad you're listing. What i knew about the people india. Well i've never been to india. But i've been a lot of people at the university of florida and about six years ago. I used to do boring. And when they when i would pick them up and everything we'd have interesting conversations and what i found out is two main careers that A lot of the people that were going to university of florida was engineering technology. Alan engineer combination technology and also in the medical field so those were the ones that they felt were kind of ingrained in them from the very beginning especially where When they were in india the culture there really pushed the engineering and the medical field. So people do gravitate to the medical field in engineering are very high tech in terms of A specifics in they light Have businesses of their own. And i notice that On five or i've used five or they're alive people from any of that have gigs on fiver. And i think most of the people that do Fivers far as making income and everything are from pakistan or india and other middle east countries. So it's interesting on different topics that you can see on fiber. So i have talked about five or many times. It's a great place to start your own gig. There's all different Things that you can do on fiber and you can look that up. So let's get back to my gate. What type of business l. To running and cycling if you know anything about running cycling events over here in usa it's big big big now the covid Nineteen has put a damper on that for twenty twenty but.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on TV Literate

TV Literate

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on TV Literate

"Trying to figure out what's best for her and her kids and i can't imagine that josh is a particularly good husband now it reform. I have such weird feelings about and we can talk a little bit about it because that's another point button in one way. I think she's probably very much a victim of josh. Yes and fundamentalism. Yes but in in another way. It is just really hard for me to have sympathy for someone who knowingly let her children to be around a pedophile. Like i just. I can't i cannot i just i. Kind of feel like maybe. She's just a victim of the sunk cost fallacy on this because i don't think do we know that she knew before it came out. He said she did she so say she knew before she got married at her and her parents had a talk with hours before she got married about what happened. So yes. that's us. But if they did yes what if. They're just a might not have but regardless. I don't know it's just like she. I don't know it's just really hard for me. Especially because this is not his first scandal this his third scandal two of which have involved miners. Yeah and i just i can't. I can't really get all the way there. I know that she is very much in the shit and like does it have a lot of outs. But at the same time it is just so hard for me to think to believe that like there was no opportunity her to. I don't even know honestly the only thing that i can think of. That's like okay yes no. I totally thinks she's fine. Like whatever like not blameless but like not shouldn't be prosecuted is like josh would have driven her fuck into the ground for custody of those children. Right but i just don't have. That would have had like would've gotten custody of them his background and the fact that he's like i mean in most courts and i'm sure arkansas is different like they're going to heavily favor. The bomb and i have statistics that blew my fucking mind the other day. Oh no and i have to tell you so. They did like a longitudinal. Study about the cases and men win custody fifty nine percent of the time and like it was like something like twenty percent of men never even sued for custody. Were just given it by courts so it is crazy but at the same time i just have a really hard time thinking. They would give josh after..

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Q1 Tesla Earnings Report and Shareholder Letter Analysis

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

02:12 min | 1 year ago

Q1 Tesla Earnings Report and Shareholder Letter Analysis

"Our here and today we're going to go through with tesco's earnings report. They just reported earnings. They did deliver a beat reading through all the numbers here and then a couple of takeaways from the call and then we'll also after this livestream head into the earnings call and will livestream that as well. I'll take notes so make sure to check that out the link for that will be in the show notes but let's get into the numbers here so starting off with top line here we can see tussles. Total sales came in at just over ten point. Three billion ten point three eight nine billion as a little bit ahead of analysts consensus a little bit ahead of my numbers but basically in the right ballpark. We did see kind of a mixed. Though in between the categories automotive sales came in about where we expected but a lot of that was driven by regulatory credits. So tesla actually new record for regulatory credit sales. Quarter almost half. A billion dollars of fifty. Four percent more than expected for six percent higher than last year Fifty nine percent higher than what i had expected with three hundred twenty five million so that means that my average selling prices my forecast there were a little bit high. And tesla made up the difference there with regulatory credit sales energy sales so just about half a billion dollars there in revenue little bit below where the street had forecasted twelve percent below Thirty percent below where i had forecasted but still quite a bit of an improvement over year over year up seventy percent so if we look down here we can see that the reason i'm zoom in a little bit here. The reason that that happened was because tess only Four hundred and forty five megawatt hours of energy storage versus We look at you for almost three times more than three times that amount. So tesla definitely saw drop there in terms of energy storage That is leading to that lower revenue in energy sales. They also lost quite a bit of money on energy. You can see negative twenty percent gross margin there. That's definitely the lowest that we've ever seen from tesla and continues the down trend that we've been seeing for the last four quarters so not a great sign there but as we've seen tesla did raise the price on solar roof there now knowing solar with power wall. So they're doing a lot of things here to improve their profitability here. But we just haven't seen that come to fruition quite yet so hopefully over the next couple of quarters. Tessa can get that figured out. Because i was about one hundred million dollar drag on prophet which is pretty significant when we look at tesla's overall profitability

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Starting huge story the cursed reproductive affairs can't continue much longer without threatening human survival that adds yet another danger to the list of potential human calamities but awareness of our looming reproductive. Demise still isn't widespread gene. It'd because that's not really alarming to people that are making it happen though not allowed to say that on youtube video years ago she calculated that the sperm count of the average man in western countries have fallen by fifty nine percent from nineteen. Seventy three to two thousand eleven making international headlines ballooning spur magadan and then it quickly died off because nobody cared now of course when. I say that people are making it happen. I'm not saying. I know that as a matter of fact do i believe there's a clear agenda to make to create policy leads in that direction. A one hundred percent and other people that are leaning further into that narrative and maybe taking various actions around that that lead to the same end. I believe that there's been countless. Powerful people with huge influence that have openly talked about depopulation before it became. You know you go back so many years and it was eugenics was openly talked about like twenty years ago. This is crazy. These this is a real discussion. That leads to alarm us. And i want to know whether this discussion should be tied to the vaccine discussion. The reason swan said maybe growing exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals found in everything from plastics. Such as the mask you might be wearing electrics food packaging and pesticides to personal care. Products and cosmetics remember the pesticides or the category of the things. They're spraying to fight against covid nineteen. I'm not just trying to find ways to connect it here. I just think popping into my head and as the or in the body's just about every plant that is okay us is beyond me why lifestyle it'd be everyone's urine rundown and closure wearing top mary and we're okay with that is advocated. There's voters took the floor water or the people are even the one now. The paul said that or why there is a little area near it. Now that they're only doing this study to stop climate these things occurring..

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"It has to do with voters being livid that they're beat as lax as they are hispanic. Voters came to this country. Legally and went through the process to become american citizens are livid that these people are bypassing the rules. it just tried to flood the border. And they're getting away with it and bides let him get away with it They do not like it. They are livid with it. They are mad at joe biden and they are cited with republicans on the issue of the border. Now have you heard that in the media. The poll leaders. They're they're talking about the pew numbers on biden's job approval. They're ignoring the pew numbers on hispanic voters of the border. Why would that be sq. Goes back to the newsbusters story that fifty nine percent of coverage of the by administration is fourteen coverage by the media. They don't wanna giving the bad use. It ought to give you the bad news. But the reality is the republicans are making inroads with hispanics in this country because of law and order and the border the two issues. The democrats cannot get away from left wing orthodoxy on are the ones that are driving hispanic voters to the right either by friends. Change things right. Now they're changing the badly for the democrats. Well how are the anglo saxons today. Heard about the story. Welcome back here. The full number eight. Seven seven nine seven eric. Eight seven seven nine seven. Three seven four to five What is it punch bowl. Dc came up with this story. We're let me let me find it now Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah yeah yeah. So yes marjorie taylor. Green and the couple of members of the republican conference in the house decided to look at The america create the america first caucus they had a logo and everything Picture george washington america's first caucus stars around it established twenty twenty one. This is from punchbowl. The the marjorie taylor. Green and paul gosar congressman from arizona. Been distributing materials calling for a common respect for uniquely anglo-saxon political traditions and returned.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Td's here sunday morning. Well we talked a lot about the united states. But let's talk a little bit about your. What is today is mario. Novel is a major in banking and finance. And mario tells a little bit more about yourself. Yes good morning cats roundtable. The morning mr catch matiz while i was raised in the middle east and europe and america My professional background stated is in banking and finance. And i worked in the us in europe and you spend an equal amount of time between the us and europe and therefore i'm able to provide a unique perspective on what's going on on both sides of the atlantic And to perhaps compare for lack of a better word especially now during the pandemic is happening here versus. Let's say in europe. Well let's start with europe. A lot of americans. We don't know what's going on in europe Give us a uris nation. How depend is going in europe and had a vaccination programs going yes. So let's start with the vaccination programme the european union at the moment. Roughly twenty two percent of the population has been vaccinated that compares to fifty six percent in the united states and fifty nine percent in the united kingdom. Another way of looking at it is at the moment. zero point. Eight percent of the population in europe per day is being treated. That's now in april. It was zero point four percent of the population per day in march. You need to compare that to the us which currently is doing roughly one point two percent of the population per day this basically means that The eu your needs to triple its daily rate in order to be able to open in july for tourism. Meaning they're going to need to substantially increase their vaccination effort to get the population vaccinated in order to be allowed to open and allow travel for tourism purposes. The problem is the astrazeneca vaccine. And now we've seen the johnson and johnson vaccine have had a couple of hiccups and depending on the country's The astrazeneca vaccine has been pulled for certain age ranges. the johnson and johnson vaccine is on hold until further notice. The johnson and johnson vaccine was supposed to be a major bet breakthrough and it still might very well be a major breakthrough because it only requires a single dose in order to offset that the european commission has said that It has brought up the purchase of fifty million more pfizer vaccines In the second quarter and the idea is that by the end of the second quarter will be roughly two hundred and fifty million doses of the pfizer vaccine. That has been brought into europe europe's on track to have six hundred million Vaccines the pfizer. Vaccines delivered by the end of this year. But that number still falls far short of what the eu needs in order to be able to vaccinate its population Effectively in order to be allowed to open Which is what's actually going to determine what will happen in the economy moving forward weli emitted states lately.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"There is a history of this happening in georgia and the republicans moved to stamp it out and that wasn't a bad idea now back to the phones bob. We're going to you. Welcome bob how are you doing. Well thank you for taking the call. And i enjoy both of your shows off stinky houston You send out sent out and email update. I believe it was the morning of march twenty six and you quoted. I think it was a huge e. Poll that indicated that there was a very much nearly equal acceptance of the new georgia law among minorities as well as non minority people. And i actually tried to locate that. Poll and i can't find it. Can you cite that soar high. Yeah now it's only one provision of the law It is the using photo. Id for absentee ballots One second Let me if you Let me see if i can fight. It's an ajc Yeah here we go okay if you type into google. Uga ajc poll. You'll find the link to the ajc. Pauline and the very first one Has that polling in. One of the questions is Do you support or oppose photo. Id or other documentation in order to cast an absentee ballot. And what you will find is a seventy four percent support it Another one is do you support or oppose eliminating drop boxes. Fifty nine percent oppose eliminating drop boxes do support or oppose prohibiting the mass mailing of unsolicited absentee balloting Forty seven percent oppose it. Forty nine percent support it Three percent don't know And so in accordance with a lot of what the republicans are doing. They've got majority support for sure for a photo. Id they did not get rid of ballot. Drop boxes a fifty five percent of pos getting rid of dropbox. I'm sorry Fifty nine percent oppose getting rid of the ball drop boxes and then it split evenly on the curtailing of unsolicited ballot. Absentee absentee ballot applications. And that's one of the things they did. But it's specifically though what i was talking about in. That piece is the photo. Id for absentee ballots. The democrats were saying that. This was an egregious curtailing stacey abrams. That was the very first thing she blasted. You'll notice that. They moved on very quickly to other issues within the in the poll. Because it turns out. But georgie democrats majority republicans majority of black people majority white people. Majority men majority women. Majority poor people majority of rich people majority of liberals majority progressives majority of conservatives all support photo..

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Deutsche Bank Is Still Hot for Apple Shares

Mac OS Ken

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Deutsche Bank Is Still Hot for Apple Shares

"Deutsche. Bank is still hot for apple. Shares tip ranks has deutsche bank analyst sydney ho issuing a note offering iphone numbers about which i do not care. Okay that's not true. The numbers are interesting and notable. Though the part i find most interesting is his news around apple retail about half of apple store. Customers have come back like physically. According to mr ho wall store traffic bottomed out. In the spring of twenty twenty it has improved sense and is now at about forty percent of fifty percent of the volume seen pre pandemic. It's like the reverse of that. Nature is healing thing as for iphone. Those numbers are relatively consistent. In fact those are his words tip. Rank says since the pandemic's onset the iphone share of the us installed base and length of smartphone ownership has remained in hose words relatively consistent when looking to make a smartphone purchase. The beat goes on to say fifty seven percent of iphone users and tend to get the latest model just below the fifty nine percent. Who plan to do so. In december of twenty nineteen storage wise lesser inclined to get five hundred twelve gigabyte models the highest amount of bailable although sixty four gigabytes appears to be insufficient to most since december twenty nineteen consumers. Buying sixty four gigabyte models have dropped from percent to eight percent while in the same period those purchasing one hundred twenty eight gigabyte models grew from twelve percent to twenty four percent. Sounds like a better asap to me as for the five g super cycle. Ho doesn't seem to think it's here yet. Quoting his note. The launch of five g smartphones does not seem to have significantly change the length of smartphone ownership both iphone and other although we do expect a refresh cycle to accelerate when five g. infrastructure is more built out. Deutsche bank has by reading on apple shares. the firm's price target on the shares is one hundred sixty dollars

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Iron Fist and the Velvet Glove

"Japan is having that sort of character in their politics. I hadn't clearly and it's a very patriarchal society more so than here. Yes so interesting that a female politician is taken on that patriarchal year Well you can call it a patriarchal view or you can just say that. Maybe that's been her experience You know. I think it's a little bit unfair to label it a patriarchal view. Because she is a woman. She's speaking as a woman and maybe her life experience tells us that some women at least lie about various things including the sexual misdemeanours women can have a patriarchal either. You're gonna patriotic viewpoint. I agree with you maybe we patriarchal maybe not the best expression. But it doesn't just because you are woman doesn't mean you adopt a viewpoint that's anti woman for example. I don't think she was necessarily designed because you are. Somebody doesn't mean you can't take a view that traditionally is thought of as being held by somebody in another six agenda is but it's also not fair to say that we've been cannot criticize other women in china. It's interesting that she sort of well but to say that she has a patriarchal view. I think i'll always throw the patriarchal. But i just think it's interesting that she's tried to the sisterhood. Say that yes he can. I think actually relevant to this was the french case. And it's a bit of a tangent but the murder of the french schoolteacher ears. Yes it was accused of being racist in class And now the goal who accused him of kicking them out of class for being muslims which incited which incited being murdered on the steps of the school or outside the skull. The police new heaping interviewed by the police. He had said she'd been suspended. Turns out she wasn't even in the class and she's now admitted that so it does happen. The people get accused of things for attention. For whatever reason people lie people do lou and the the article sentence was i think in french so i googled it and apparently it was actually quite clear knowledge that the father new been suspended. Yes so she knew like with shoes. Daughter wasn't there long so while she was lying or not. It doesn't necessarily mean. Hey he didn't just kill him because he good kind. Yeah i took the the murderer knew that but certainly yeah the father. Neither but the think. It's i mean it's an assumption but it's foreseeable that the murderer would have killed him anyway just for the crime of showing the pages of showing the interest. Exactly yeah amy. People do law camp and the serve as sort of indicating the people in the younger age groups. A perhaps more willing to recognize that by. Don't answer to that question. it seems more. A more aware wearables because the charge of ripe is so serious. The burden of proof needs to be high. Is that what you're referring to is now It's time women were believed when they signed. I've been assaulted. I fifty nine percent of. I'd hang to thirty four agree. Seventy one percent of fifty five plus stops indifference to just a yeah. Yeah anyone could be that. They're redoing the way the way rates. It ain't thinking. I believed wrought hard to explain that one or try trying election just quickly landslide either. That as predicted in in the lower house lie has one probably fifty seats liberals probably three nationals. Probably five.

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An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

This Week in Tech

03:28 min | 1 year ago

An NFT-backed jpeg sold for $69.3 million at a Christie's auction

"This week at christie's which is the big Auction site for for art. A creator of art named people sold one of his japex digital creation for sixty. Nine million dollars Is it dollars. Or is it crypto. Well it's worth sixty nine million. Whatever it is it is the. He's the third largest price paid for living artists. People is up there now with jeff collins and david. Hockney sixty nine nine to be fair. Nine point three million dollars went to christie's which immediately i'm sure turned the theory him into american cold hard cash sixty million of it was a bid by an anonymous bidder using a pseudonym although we think we now know who it is and i'll explain that in just a second sixty million dollars what did you get for the sixty million. Did you get something you can hang on your wall. No did you get did you get. What did you get you got. You didn't even get the j. peg. You can have the j. peggy at address which would give you this. J peg which by the way consists of five thousand images that people has taken he. Does it daily art image. Over the last Well since two thousand seven whatever that is fourteen years so it's ki- it's kind of the collected works of people but you don't even really get anything except a toke a thing that says you own it it it can be infinitely reproduced. You can print it. Anybody can print up but you own it only you can own it. And that's a. That's a affirmed on the blockchain. Sixty million dollars. Now the guy who bought it uses the name medic cova. But amy caster who i. I don't know from adam but wrote in the blog and i convinced me. That in fact is a crypto entrepreneurs. Been on the scene. For about seven years named vig. Nash some dorasan and furthermore amy caster kind of explained for the first time to me. What's really going on here. So it wasn't Medico vans own ethereal that he spent in effect he created a another crypto bundle called b twenty bought the painting with that and is selling shares. Bits fractional portions of the people artwork to other people in other words. Step three prophet fifty nine. He owns fifty nine percent of be dot twenty. Motta's who else owns it. Be people owns a two percent stake so in effect people bought his own painting or part of his own painting. I'm not that there's any conflict of interest there or is there. But really i think if there is if in your mind there is some question and i'll ask you guys now to comment but if they're in your mind some question about what the hell is. How could how could jay peg be worth sixty nine point three million dollars. And why would somebody a medico van. Spend that kind of money on jay peg. It now becomes clear. He's gonna make money on it

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

The Payroll Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Payroll Podcast

"Eighteen to twenty four year old age bracket has taken fifty seven percent of him taking on more during this time. What we will say see. Is those at all more. Reliant on hikers credit happy forced into it even further so while as mansion sixty six percent of the employees now are relying on fico score experiencing financial stress out one of regular basis that is actually down brahma higher number last year where we had eight deep center currency on a stress related high-cost credit but the most worrying factor for me that has come out of twenty thousand nine hundred twenty twenty nervously of it. Being the huge factor. In is that we've seen a big increase. If those people that are flying financial credit doing so knowing that they're going to struggle with repayment. There is a massive liquidity problem with people who qualify knowing knockouts pat by the twenty percent. Increase people going through that to fifty nine percent people that are applying bikers doing so knowing they were struggling with repayments is a massive program place in your had. No idea it was so high. Seems seems crazy that The the the is also. And let's take that onto to pile on services which i mentioned him as a hot topic for payroll professionals white now. Despite being talked about that was a recent. Crp member survey which within that servings four hundred thirteen para professionals surveyed and only twelve percent believe the pound durban's services were an attractive benefit for the workforce. So anything that that's a bit of a lack of understanding about what pounded services are seeking to achieve. And i wanted then if you could help explain the benefits from your perspective of the pound domon solution and of course of hasty in the solution you offer and how you really set up to help rather than hinder businesses solution absolutely. The old phrase cash is king and that applies to organizations as well as to be the. It's a matter of balancing your incoming with your out go to to match the payments with your expenses. And what's really interesting actually is. It's actually any the sixtieth year anniversary off. The which was legislation passed by the uk government to allow people to be paid monthly prior to that it was actually illegal comes bagel yet in that time theory we've been institutionalized around a monthly pay cycle whereas the wave technology is now providing people with on demand access but almost everything we control our entire lives. The bro you know. Small said the two things have sort of diverged and been increasingly divergent time. People have been funding very difficult to manage that the cash liquid that will on demand. Pats is or on demand. Earnings is it gives people the choice the control at when they receive that Pay why should people money on day one of the month. There have to wait until the end of the month to receive money that rightly while sixty percent of the workforce are actually using some form of pie credit monthly to get through to payday what we do. Is we fix that problem. By giving people access to their own pay only ever their own pace never alone give him access turn pay so they can control that finances on. We lay a financial education and management tools on top of that to give them better understanding and provide the opportunity for them. Make better decisions and control. That phonics is ultimately driving through financial health workforce which in turn improves the productivity of contracts. Nobody says the idea then is to reduce the impact of these high. Cost loans are having. Because if you're getting money on north salem the mom as you earn it then you don't go these individuals who say it's not massively. They're not going to need to continue to apply to some of these very high related loans. If they've got access to money they'll be quicker. That's how how it works. Yeah so there's a number of really interesting things as well. It got to be on the access to arc light but actually the impact. He's having on the human behavioral the productivity. To get if you think about it. We're still hunter gatherers. And that's not going to change for centuries millennia in the idea of getting out of betting going hunting gathering on day one not eating until they thirty totally aliens but actually we stay in another. Hey partners we're able to link effort to reward. What we're trying to do is to make you friction. That's gambetta get to a putting the effort being able to use the fruits that labor to manage financial alive to save consuming investigations and linking effort. Reward is really really powerful driving productive behavior so what was seeing as well. As reduce absenteeism people have focusing better at were companies reducing the challengers zing greater bring gauge semi by introducing on demand and giving people control over that finance. It's it's helping. The people be that employees easby financially prepared financially healthy driving that productivity and obviously you drive the productivity workforce. That's going to have posted. Knock on festival. Tippety bureau presumably. They is going to be an additional benefit on. Your background is also in recruitment sparks. Which is a much bigger the mind but you use this. In terms of one of the key metrics we look as recruiters trying to find talent. Fine town it's going to be retained by that business so presumably. If that's a solution that you're providing were a competitive may not be or if if employees have been liking this service. I'm assuming from your perspective. You're seeing some some good improvements and things like metrics attention but that'd be correct or of you are on that side. Yeah we we have. I mean i think it is quite interesting just sort of crystallize it with the background there. So this is a solution that i came up with that sort of fifteen year ivanai. I did a light bulb moment. Having faced this problem running running bright spots that employs employees about twenty thousand people. Now working with an event smells but sanity. That's going students time stuff and recent graduates to do so then if you take an example of that was obviously council this year but take royal ascot. The big famous race event that happens every year and the students. A lot of the students are gonna go what that company brought spots at that point and having just finished that that explosive exams the and spent less student loans been out partying and ready to some money for the summer for the next year etc etc. They do talk choosed saturday because it's part they and know let's say they're going to wear underpants day. Problem is by friday. A number of them sank really wanna work but i. I can't afford the train bet to get darren. What a cool the cash strapped so if they had twenty pounds paper that trained. Friday could unseat hundred. The irony of course is that that money tuesday wednesday thursday. They just can't access that until the end of the following week which is already long maxed out credit balls out in the rabbits are they simply haven't got another way getting now. That is not just a negative for them. It's negative organization because they losing that great. You know all of that. Human capital talent that don't table to turn up and it's also a negative for the race scouts because by the time you've got to friday the people who put up a real repertoire in the balls and the restaurants and the hospitality areas and they really know what they're doing in the services improved and everything else and me by losing that consistency of star it affects the the end user as well so it's a negative people in is a lotta people within the audience particularly involved in recruitment businesses. Either all invoice factoring. That is now. I constantly lot what i call people do that johnny. Who's what tuesday wednesday thursday use the money that they tuesday wednesday thursday before. It's practically impossible to really pay you to be able to get to a friday saturday and then more wish benefits will policies so that was kind of where the idea came from. And we've absolutely seen hypothesis. Play out with you. Know a number of businesses that were typically in the shift. What forces saying that that hates to use as against signing up to well over twenty percent shifts through surveys done ourselves sharing that seventy seven percent eight hasty a more engaged at work than they were trying to have hasty having.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"We'd have to do but before the end we've got invokes and president got asking now. She did that as a propaganda. Shot at trump. who was president at the time. But it's pretty clear to me. That i think she also had biden in mind and leave the what's going on now. Is that the left wing of the democratic party. Particularly some minorities are working on laying the basis for invoking the twenty fifth amendment to remove biden. And as he gets more and more senile and he shows more and more evidence is a brain sleeve that the three notable instances in the last two weeks i think momentum to that will increase. Well titian i had heard. There's gonna be a movement to try to impeach tomorrow harris because if biden does fall over the next four years No one wants kamala harris to to be the next president and have the san francisco duo speak the pelosi and kamala harris Run the whole country. Yeah so I think peachy channel harris is important if nancy. Pelosi wants to impeach Joe biden yes but not only move on from north's that would be a democrat. That would be a republican. You just talked about. But what i'm doing now. Democratic initiatives from the democrats biden's own party and They'll never go to beach. Pamela harris but they may well go to a move by some office and twenty fifth amendment That's real serious stuff. Going on in washington She is it's doable. Or is it Do you think we can just talk i. I think it's inevitable. I think that when you look at biden's recent statements are you look at this whole brain freeze. He had at the munich economic summit where he literally could not finish his speech You look at his inability to hold a solo press conference in three months into his presidency. By the way it's worth noting John that when you look at razz neeson's polling which is most accurate. Findings never had a balanced from being president. Because the week after day he had only fifty percent of the week after inauguration day trump at a fifty nine percent despite the russian meddling oaks public. And if you compare the rather than sitting totally every single day from inauguration day yesterday and you compare what found with trump on the equivalent day twenty. Seventeen there isn't a single day not one in which was ahead of trump in every single one except one day they were tied in all thirteen polls in each case trump was offended by and at that point in his administration. Some biden has never broken fifty three percent job and he's usually forty eight forty nine or fifty was trump back and was routinely at fifty four fifty five fifty six. I think that that shows the weakness of biden's political base. It's more stick to for calling into sunday morning and your wisdom is welcomed by all the american people. Just be one step ahead. And god bless you and god bless america. Thank you this. Is the cats roundtable. Be right back..

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

Breaking Money Silence®

06:25 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

"Feel like both parties are fully informed and part of the life. Carter making this decisions. Yes i think that that's a great idea as well. You know when. I think back to the opening status fifty nine percent of millennials deferring to their partners financial decisions. One of the things that i just wanna leave the audience with before we get into kind of what your firms up to around working with. Couples is the idea that they actually did research and married couples who talked about finances. More actually had more intimacy. So i usually say to. People financed doesn't seem romantic especially around valentine's day but it does lead to more intimacy. So that's something for people to think about and to consider a at this time. So your tips have been great but i know also at copper leaf. You do some really interesting. Innovative client events. And i know i attended one called germany date night and i'm wondering kind of you know. Do you have future events coming up like that in in where you get these creative ideas about how to talk about money and how to educate people about money in less traditional wiz the different events that we've been hard of have come about in a variety of ways. I mean you your book. We read about with loved the the feeling of it and it allied with so much of what we are already doing. It made so much sense to connected you and doing event around how to break the money. Silence we also had connected with kids. I think at that event with lindsay. Lathrop who is a just such a female advocate in doing so many great things in. She does these money date nights as like a counseling session with the olympics. Can sign up in in. Do these are just these these counseling sessions and so she came speaker for for this seminar and that was wonderful. And it's so aligns with some of what we talk to clients at out. So if there's a client i there's a couple of clients that have said okay. Your homework is to have a date night once a month and then i asked him about at the next meeting. How did that though. What came out of it. You guys decide Next year we're planning on doing a. We've adjusted with kobe. In how to do things safely. We've done some roundtables via zoom in so replanning one in twenty twenty one just gonna focus on women encouraging education on some key investment principles important things like said allocation explaining a little bit about the different financial products out there because we don't sell products but a lot of people do and that's good to know the difference gig as it can be a mistake. That is hard to undo if you make the wrong choice with one of different financial products out there. So being informed is important. So i think the innovative events that you do. I mean obviously a little bias because you were nice enough to support my book breaking money silence when it was published but i attended lindsey's event on money date night and we'll put the link in the show notes because that was a really cool event and it's a great program and it sounds like you have a lot of programs that are coming up and because it's a virtual world. I'm wondering if these programs are open to listeners at a the breaking money silence podcast absolutely even the red onto our website and we're advertising Main page of what's going on for that month so we've been doing whenever month. We had one on estate planning a pandemic we had Ler sweat draw with the buckingham strategic. Come on and he did Forecasting the future which is obviously very difficult to do but just kind of talking about all those pieces. We've definitely trying to keep people informed and everybody is welcome. So how do people sign up for your newsletter. So they can stay informed. Give us the website or or the email that they should shoot off an email to so www copper leaf c. o. p. p. e. r. l. e. a. s. financial dot com is our website and the email they can always email info at copper -ly financial dot com to be part of our newsletter. There's a section on our website where you can also sign up People can always email me directly as well as they heard about this podcast and wanna talk about something that's concerning Do an introductory meeting are my email is rebecca at these financial dot com. So rebecca. thank you so much for breaking money. Silence with today. Thank you so much for having me. This episode is sponsored by copper lee financial help to the fiduciary standard of care copper leaf develops a financial plans specifically for you integrating every aspect of your life. They offer comprehensive wealth planning services including sustainable investing solutions. To find out more visit copper financial dot com. Thank you for listening to breaking money. Silence hosted by kathleen burns kingsbury a wealth psychology expert author and founder of k p k wealth connection. If you like would you heard today. Be sure to subscribe itunes or your favorite podcast app and leave a review. Also share this episode with your friends and family. It is a great way to get the conversation started for more money tips and information or to hire kathleen to speak at your next event. Go to www dot breaking money. Silence dot com..

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Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

Reset

03:34 min | 1 year ago

Most Americans want to break up Big Tech

"Americans may be more divided by politics than ever. It feels that way but it also turns out there's one thing that most republicans and democrats can actually agree on and that is breaking up big tech. That's according to a new poll from vox and data progress. Vox pulled over a thousand voters this january for their thoughts on the big tech companies and recode. Ronnie mullah is you're talking about it. Hey ronnie hey tiny so. Give me the quick skinny on this poll. What did we ask and we find. We asked a lot of questions about people's opinions about big tech companies And turns out most americans tech companies the amount of power they have in the economy is a problem and also think that it would be a good idea to break up these tech companies. You know have facebook spinoff. What's apper or instagram. Make amazon not able to be both a marketplace and a seller on that marketplace. Okay so there are two questions question. One is is big tech too powerful or is it a problem for us economy. Is it a problem. And we've got Fifty nine percent of democrats seventy percent. Republicans think yet and then on the second question about whether we should break up big tax or the solution. We've got fifty five percent. Democrats saying that sixty one percent republicans saying so right and this is just so rare. This day and age to have bipartisan consensus on anything. Yeah it's interesting in this poll. That republicans are more anti-big tack than democrats on both questions. They are Both republicans and democrats are anti-big tech but for kind of different and almost opposing reasons. It has to do with their opinions of about speech. Democrats seem to think that these platforms aren't doing enough and then republicans are thinking that there's too much censorship on these platforms Okay so different reasons. Same solution. Yeah so this is starting to not just be a theoretical construct right. We have google and facebook being sued by the states or the ftc or the justice department. Nothing exist in a vacuum right. There are public opinion pressures. I wonder what this polling means four policy outcomes. I mean not. It's not as if the justice department. The ftc in the states are going to do something just because people wanted but you get more public officials that are elected based on advocating for this type of stuff There is a way in which the politics of this can affect policy outcomes. No right. i think it's just politically popular and this poll shows it. Surani you as a couple other questions to Talk to me about the question. You guys about banning trump on twitter and what democrats and republicans about them. So is one where we're back to normal and democrats and republicans had completely different responses republicans. Think it was a terrible idea that twitter band trump and democrats thought was good idea And obviously That's more normal Super fascinating poll has a lot of implications. This question is not pulled that much right. I mean. I haven't seen anything like this before we did a couple years ago and This is already once lawmakers. Were like looking into these antitrust actions. It's interesting there hasn't been antitrust action against the tech company for you know twenty years since microsoft so this hasn't really been on our minds now. There's five different antitrust actions against facebook and google alone so it's definitely on the public consciousness.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"Three what do you do when you move the page down. Three three down scrolls yeah. That's the word. I was thinking of of articles in psychology pti. Patrick's developmental psychology. So real journals and so they have this curriculum in so this specific article looked at evaluating this curriculum in its four kindergarten through fifth grade and it was delivered at a public school in california in so they evaluated the effectiveness of the curriculum using teacher reports. And then they also wanted to see if adding more sessions during follow up versus no additional sessions to see if there'd be even a bigger a difference. They thought there would be if they kept going. They thought there might be even bigger difference if there was a different. I just thought it was neat that you know they took something that already was out there in wanted to see if it was effective in so also the participants. I feel like i was just telling you like a secret. Also on the participants are really interested in this study because the elementary school self-selected themselves so they contacted acted the masters in science program. That ran this and said. Hey we want to do the study on. Mindfulness and the the mindful school's curriculum. Can you help us out. So then the ms from a rob working there right. I always want to do research in various school. Districts have been. Yeah so what because they self selected themselves. The program was provided at no cost which is kind of awesome because it looks like it could be fairly costly. It goes way beyond mindfulness in terms of the program itself like lessons on. What is it on. Like self control and participation in activities you know paying attention is is the first piece. But that's really all. We talked about so far as the looking at paying attention grain. Well mindfulness can impact those things right. So teaching you how to be mindful will help you participate in activities more mindfully willett though it seems to know that's what they're saying so. This elementary school was in california. It was a public school. The school students within the school were primarily non white in a low income the on their like overall test scores. They received a forty four percentile and in a fifty nine percent in math. Which didn't seem that bad. But i you know i was like.

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"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"fifty nine percent" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"Baseline assumptions for the model were that peak. Infectious has occurred at the meeting of symptoms onset and the thirty percent of individuals infections. Never develop them symptoms. We assume that we just assume the whole study is about finding out whether acm transmission happens. And you assume that thirty percent of people are asymptomatic that is like guaranteeing that the whole thing. The whole thing rests on your assumption that present and then you're finding that is present and started with your assumption that it was present. I mean this has to be one of the dumbest things i've ever seen in my life. I mean that's real. I really mean that this is crazy stupid. So the assume that thirty percent of individuals that infection never developed symptoms and the assume on top of that that seventy five percent of them are as infectious. Those develop something assumption on top of an assumption on an assumption. That's not a joke. Combine these baseline assumptions imply that persons with infection. Who'd never developed symptoms. So it's even that may account for may account for approximately. I can't even read this with the baseline assumptions imply that the person's with infections who never developed symptoms may account for approximately twenty four percent of all transmissions. So your assumptions may imply something. I do see how far we are from any actual facts. Sumptious may imply approximately twenty four percent. Good god it says in the base case that was all based on sumptious by the way twenty nine fifty nine percent of all transmission came from transmission based on your guesses and then you model those guesses. Comprising thirty five percent from pre symptomatic individuals based on guesses and twenty four percent of individuals never developed symptoms under a broad range of values for each of these assumptions at least fifty percent of new sources. We do infections was estimated to have originated from exposure to individuals with infection but without symptoms so that garbage dumpster fire of guess becomes more than half make more than half of these cases are from.

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Still No Improvement for Patriots Against Impressive Bills

Greg Bedard Patriots Podcast with Nick Cattles

03:54 min | 2 years ago

Still No Improvement for Patriots Against Impressive Bills

"What. I think of that game question. I just got done to tell you the truth and let you guys now. I only got through the defensive film. Before i did mass these night games like brutal. I'm getting too old for this stuff. It's it's tough for me to recover. So i just got done watching the offensive film pretty much. It pretty much hold true true. I just thought they got beaten all three phases of the game which highly unusual for team especially in a division. But i think. I think that's where the two teams are. I mean you look at the bills of the the the current the present and the future of the division right now and the patriots. Just aren't and i think i think the thing that look. I understand where the they are offensively. And they didn't quarterback play out of either the guys they ran the ball. Okay the offensive line play was just okay It wasn't as good as i thought upon closer inspection You know this is a team that offensively has a very small path to victory and they basically have to execute well and they have to make the most of all their opportunities and they just haven't been able to do that. Second half of the season including the opening possession when bird drops pass including a. I mean this is just where cam newton is i mean. Even that pass was late. The the sony did a great job of running the ball out and running the play fake. Because most of the time you get running backs who will pull up short or hurry up and they don't sucker in the defense. He suckered in the defense made a good run over to the right side. Threw it back to camp perfect. Then what does cam to he starts running. And then he pulls up and then he throws it was still a good throw. It was right there. Birsh caught it. But that's just like a little tiny thing where it's just those type of things just have built up in this offense where it just the execution level just there and then you look at the bills and you know look. Josh allen has improved a lot he has. I think some of it. You know tom. I don't know how you are but you know you. And i are sort of the same age. We're both were were old school. Fans were old school sort of sports guys. Where you know. My dad told me like if something's too good to be true. It usually is and for a guy like josh allen to go from fifty nine percent completion percentage to like sign percent in one year. That's just it's it's unheard of. It's unheard of what he's doing into me. Then i have in look. It might be true. He might be the exception to the rule that he has improved that much. And he's going to be a hall of fame quarterback. I mean that's very possible. I don't rule that out anymore because of what he's shown this year but to me. It's the combination of brian. Daboll step want digs all those weapons. You just look at the bills and everything they do on. Offense is easy for the patriots. Everything they do is hard. And now i think the most distressing thing in this game minutes been building for weeks. Is that the defense just is not. It's just not even close to being there the front seven. Just not good enough. You know chase winovich was a guy who we thought was he was going to need to start and be effective especially once a high tower was coming back and he's still just a sub package guy and in that just goes on and on for different guys who out there in a playing linebacker for the first time. He made a lot of bear. Stugotz made a lot of errors. He can't cover. He doesn't know how to play in space. He's good going forward. But that's about it like it's just you know they just. There's so many things wrong with this team right now and you need to look at the bills and so many things are right with that team. You're just like you know. I bet tom you're watching that game. And you probably got really depressed watching the building and the patriots. And i understand. It's hard not to feel that

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What you need to know: Detroit Lions vs Houston Texans on Thanksgiving Day

Bro Bro Bro Bets

03:16 min | 2 years ago

What you need to know: Detroit Lions vs Houston Texans on Thanksgiving Day

"Let's go into tomorrow's games. The first game is the houston texans at the detroit lions detroit. Lions are plus three Let me check the money real quick here. The fifty nine percent of the bets are on the texans and percent of the money is on the texans. The line just got shut out. Texans had a big win against patriots. started you michael. What do you think well. I think i got the injury report for houston for the for the alliance because they weren't the same team. My mouth stafford was healthy in that game. I'm not saying there are good tv. You know there are three and three the last six games but i think that they weren't healthy. They didn't have golladay staffer. It wasn't healthy swift. Didn't play if those guys are playing and healthy. You know that you've gotta take that into consideration especially against a bat houston defense which you play run defense really well as we gave up a tiny arts but they were able to shut down the patriots from running the football. And you know and you look at it they. They've allowed one hundred thirty two points to houston in the last five games and only have created three turnovers houston doesn't create turnovers and allow points and mvp and the shawn watson is having an mvp type season. He's averaging over eight point five yards per attempt. He's only had one one point five interceptions. I mean percentage wise. I think he's been really good. The game doesn't set up good for detroit because houston's too fast on offense detroit too slow on defense the concern you have if you wanna play this game is is what good can use to do against the the lions defensively because if there if the lions aren't healthy they can play well so i think that's the concern is where is the lions helped the factor in this way is i think from talking to people around the league you know. I think it would have been other week. Besides thanksgiving patricia lost his job on after the after the carolina he may lose after this game. If they don't win. I mean i think that's how that's how tight it is. I'm not saying he's fired on friday. I'm not sick. Predicted sanders a lot of conversation about that. Yeah i mean that is obviously worried for the lines is as are they going to show up and play Away from texas. I saw cooks out Potentially i believe i still. Kenny stills has also out galled as probably going to be out for The lines it seems like jonah swift is going to be back who he played very very well the weekend before and the Houston texans are number thirty. Two in the league versus rush. That is my only reservation. Though for taking the texans talked about earlier like. Jj watt probably gonna wanna show up to sean lock. Primetime time game might be the last one you know. We'll fuller's ver- contract after the season potentially looking at shop and everybody's watching you know. Yep but look they had a big lead on you know a detroit out a big lead on on washington they left. Detroit is slow there to the worst two-minute defense at all football. According to the kid that they drafted the third overall pick played only twenty four plays last week. Why i don't know i think. The biggest indictment of matt patricia. Coaching staff is when adrian peterson comes out and says i don't know why he didn't meet three weeks ago. That kids me

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Air quality up in some EU cities during pandemic lockdown

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 2 years ago

Air quality up in some EU cities during pandemic lockdown

"European Union officials say air quality has significantly improved in some metropolitan areas such as Milan and Madrid because of lockdown restrictions imposed to curb the spread of the corona virus pandemic the prudence were particularly notable for the pollutant nitrogen dioxide NO two and fine particulate matter which both can have a serious impact on people's health the E. report on air quality shows that among metropolitan areas with the largest NO two concentrations Barcelona's levels sent by fifty nine percent while Madrid's dropped by forty seven percent lockdown measures in several E. U. member states to join the first wave of the pandemic had a major impact on economic activity dramatically reducing road and air transport plus shipping that's all affected the equity in most regions I'm Charles the last month

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How a 22 Year-Old Company Pivoted During COVID

The Small Business Radio Show

06:40 min | 2 years ago

How a 22 Year-Old Company Pivoted During COVID

"Meredith. Welcome to the show. Great lakes wrap very. So how are you doing during covid six months and i can't believe we're six months in. I was saying just six months ago. Oh probably over next month right right. Now we're doing good have left the house really We did mu so. That was a little bit stressful. But all good so tell us about. The salesforce is small and medium business trends report. Why do you do this. And what can we learn from it. Sure we'll be. We just have published our fourth edition of the smb transport where we surveyed twenty three hundred global smb leaders and we actually got a really unique experience this time around because we published one back in march and the pandemic hat. And we're like we got we got. We gotta redo this. We want to get before and after so we just did another survey in august so we have a really interesting perspective of kind of before. And after i wouldn't say after i say now we're not quite after yet right. I guess that's wishful thinking right But during i think you know we're we didn't publish it on salesforce dot com slash. Fm be trends but he wants to see the details but you touches on things like how the pandemic racial injustice have affected motivation. What challenges and gold are happening with. Smb leaders how demographics shape the entrepreneurial experience in the outlook You know the role of digital transformation and driving resiliency in small businesses and really how small business leaders are planning to recover and to grow from that. They're really seven insights that stood out to me the first and not surprising we asked what are the top areas of focus during co bit in back in august sixty. Four percent of our smb leaders said safety and sanitation policies. Like i'm thankful for that to too as consumer next was fifty. Nine percent of leader said local public health mandates contact with service a out of physical space. That's top of mind You know second because we have the before an effort after that. Continue to be challenges. That didn't really change Keeping up with demand Forty seven percent ranked it very high in march forty six said the same in in august providing quality products still challenge on still one of their top challenges. Smb leaders but what was new and what really became more difficult for these three things which was bringing innovative products to market. You see a lot of companies have done so much to the word pivot now is being overused. But you see you know that the stock company now making ppe Howard folks getting innovative in delivering services to homes right versus navy in person You've seen i've seen in san francisco restaurants pairing up with the wine shop and delivering date. Night meals But really getting creative on the market but another area that was personalized customer engagement. I think it's become more important To engage with your customers and that's it became more difficult. You know something. Many small business owners had it really thought about the personalization and then third was the connected experienced How do i stay connected during these times. The thirteen that came out to me. Was you know we we ask. Vod survey respondents. Are you a growing business or you. Can you know Growing meaning our or your revenues growing Those are are growing. Were actually much more likely to offer flexibility to things like payment policies return policy maybe giving extended payment terms instead of paying. You know in thirty days you can pay forty five days but this really highlighted the importance of prioritizing developing a relationship versus a one time transaction about all the time and i think even more so in the last six months has been loyalty right. Returning customers You know the more flexible you are with these customers. Warned loyalty recreate. You create an honest. That's your recurring revenue. Are you wanna find your recurring revenue. The fourth thing. That really came out before you go on. I just want to discuss a couple of elements. Because i don't wanna lose them very important threads. You talked about the personalization of the customer gauge being so important. And we've seen that for a long time. Ever since burger king said you know you can have it your way people want a personalized one on one experience but it really is becoming much more difficult because on one hand you have the personalized experience on the other hand. You have contactless delivery right. So what do you think. Some of the best ways are for small business owners to actually keep that personalized connection with their customers at time. When they're not supposed to be contact lists right. You know i get about knowing who your customer is. And this is where i think. Technology actually can play a huge part. It's a huge advantage to small businesses. There's technology out there. Of course we've got some. But i think there's lots of great companies it's not affordable and it's easy to use but a great crm tool which is customer relationship and a lot of opposites. Don't go searching for a crm. They're like how do i talk to my customers. How do i connect. This is about putting the customer in the center of everything you do. And you want to get off spreadsheet or off the piece of paper and you know you as the owner of the business may know mrs smith very well. She has two dogs. she likes to be. She likes the color red She lied roses but you may not know her as well. When that person carl's intimate make an order. Wouldn't it be great if all your employees knew everything about that. Customer data is about personalization when fact that together and share that data with your company right so we call it just force. We call it the three hundred sixty degree view of the customer. We wanna know their likes their preferences their orders. What business have they done with us. What have they done the past. So you really have that personalized Interaction no matter who they're talking to when they call you or when they email you. Or when nate tweet you get. We're seeing growing channels is also about the personalization and it sounds like channel so many channels out there now. We don't just walk into a store. We can't really walk into a store. So you gotta be listening everywhere and meeting your customer where they're out

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Trump to hold first White House event since COVID diagnosis

The Beat with Ari Melber

04:03 min | 2 years ago

Trump to hold first White House event since COVID diagnosis

"Trump announcing new campaign rally in Florida and a White House event tomorrow on the very balcony where he of course returned. From the hospital. Monday all of this political reinforcement of Donald Trump's yes. Failed governing model on the virus breaking his own administration CDC guidelines featuring a medically contagious person that will be addressing a crowd which reinforces the largest problem facing trump's reelection. What Nicole, and I were just discussing fifty-nine percent of voters disapproved straight up how he handles cove it. This is a substantive soon on me, it's hitting Donald Trump's reelection. It has bringing as well. Another moment I'm going to show you right now that many politicos thought they'd never see. I'm talking about the moment when Donald Trump's cove evasions get so secretive. So extreme. So basically, information ridiculous there too much for even his ally. Sean Hannity a trump supporter who literally spoke at a trump rally while working as a Fox News anchor who defends trump nightly, but who felt compelled to press the basic question on the president's health about testing, which of course, informs the medical risk trump poses to others right now. And here it is the moment when Sean Hannity asked if trump's been tested and trump ducks and hannity follows up and trump ducks again and handy even goes there a third time and trump talks again. Have you been tested recently. Too. So the doctors today they think I'm in great shape I'm in great shape. and. I'll tell you it took regenerate. It's phenomenal. Have you had a test since your diagnosis a week ago? Well, what we're doing is probably the tests will be tomorrow the actual task because there's no reason to test all the time. There you have it. Have you tested negative won't say. Did you have a test won't say, when did you have your last test won't say. This. Is a tell. Everyone knows trump has covert so it is hard to see a benign reason to hide a negative new tests while the interview itself featured trump understandably showing some signs of the virus. With three debates with Hillary and Or I think I debate They. They. Related the Mike, but I will say this absentee is okay. Because absentee ballots. Excuse me absentee ballots. It's okay to cough. It's okay to have symptoms. It's okay to feel medically week. The problem is the president denying this going forward. To, pose a risk to others he spent the week in hiding while releasing these videos I'm not playing much of them, but they're government-controlled videos designed to suggest the opposite they are edited by your government, a tax payer accents, public appearances we can't journalistically or information to get much out of them but this morning trump did contradict White House claims by saying he might not have recovered at all. And I recovered immediately almost immediately, I might not have recovered at all. From Gobert. That may be another lie and maybe an exaggeration, but it is very different from the story. That we got from Donald Trump's doctor who now claims that not only is he doing great, but it's completely safe for him to return early to public engagements. If this doctor has medical evidence to prove that claim he must release. He's not. and Donald Trump was literally been caught lying more than any politician in history facts won't even say to Sean Hannity that he has tested negative. Now, that alone wouldn't even be evidence because it could be another lie, but it is something it is telling. That he didn't even do that, it would be something. But in the White House where at least thirty four people have been infected and the public's business at stake on this matter of public health as Donald Trump plows towards government campaign gatherings, he is offering absolutely nothing.

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