40 Burst results for "First Six Months"
Redefining Anxiety with Dr. John Delony
"One of these you said there. We often feel anxiety where in our stomach well and most people don't realize that we have more neurotransmitters in our gut than we do up top. So that's that signal so you get to this point where you're you ride the. Tell me obviously to doctorates my gosh. Got crazy anxious. But but you've got to be just a killer researcher so tell me how as you started researching for this topic or maybe that was just the first time you organized it in one format like this. Tell the listener. How what. They should understand about anxiety. Okay the alarm goes off. Now what would i do. So the way i would describe it as this way what we do with things i in our culture is this. Imagine you're in your kitchen in your smoke. Alarms going on and you bring over a therapist you bring over a friend that you troughs or some loud mouth in law and or some pastor some. I don't know we got eighteen associate pastors that every church now You bring somebody over and you guys are up on a ladder trying to figure out how to get the batteries. Shut the alarm. Oh and your house is burning down around you and you think that's the problem right so backing out man. If you just said we should feel anxious right. Now everything's chaotic right. Six months ago we had storm in the capital six months before that we had this politics thing this we had oversee. It is bananas time and on top of that. We don't sleep we. We've had a year where we thought we control the lot until suddenly this tiny little bug nobody can see to shut everything down and these are anxious seasons that we're in and so we should feel anxious. That's okay it's when we go about trying to duct tape pillows to that alarm calling that soul that you end up getting in trouble houses still burning right so getting out of that thing. And saying hey. What does that alarm trying to tell me right now
Fresh update on "first six months" discussed on Get Real -w- Caroline Hobby
"A good writer or has a ghost ghostwriter or has a great compelling story they have some sort of presence meeting. You know a website a podcast social media whatever They have lead magnets. So you know They're going to drive people back to the book sales or by the book They're doing ads. Whether it's facebook ads in scrammed google And they know that this is going to be a campaign so if you come to me and you say i wanna watch spoken. I wanna be a new york times. Bestselling author great. I'm going to work with you for at least six months. Are you dedicated for those six months. No will then. We either have to hire you a team. Who can help with this. Or this isn't going to be the right. Set since you know all this and you have such a compelling story. Are you going to write your own book. Because i feel like unique to a great question so it was something i said no to for a long time. Not because i didn't want to. But because i was scared because right because like you're the one who gets all the bestsellers happening and now it's like putting yourself out there. What if it doesn't actually go for you and you out man. I get that tons of million because it's like oh my god because in. Ub then you are going to have a hard time like going back into your field. Because you're gonna fia. Yeah i know. I know i know that is the problem with being a frequent artist of telling you just torture it is. It's such a such a funny thing because with acting i can sort of hide behind the character like riding yourself or singing or whatever. It's like no it's you. It's your word your voice and so so. That was scary. But yeah so i actually have i have to. I'm working on right now. The first one. I started after my mom passed away and it's her story is so So beautiful and and the journey we went on you know. She had talked about writing a book called. How cancer saved my life l. y. All she you know the saying you can't teach old dogs new tricks that's not. That's not accurate she She asked to fifty five but she had cancer for six years. And in those six years i mean she grew so much such a beautiful thing to to witness and be a part of her journey and so so. I started writing that. That's really. that's really amazing. I mean that's just from that tiny synopsis alone. What story thank you. Yeah yeah so. I started writing that. I the last couple of years have started dealing with my own health staff. So i kind of put that to the side and then through my health stuff so like you said. I was diagnosed with thyroid. Tumors and lyme disease and infections and he said Co infections co-infections are a often go hand in hand with lime disease Disease from a tick. It's a great question. So i got bit by a tick when i was six years old and lived my whole life pretty healthy But i was diagnosed officially with lime disease last year and so at first i was like well. It can't be from the time. I was six but what often happens is with lime disease it can. It is a tick borne illness. But what they're discovering is that it can be passed through bugs through fleas through all sorts of things which is fine because all of us are outside. I mean we just around by bugs and takes constantly. You know it's like how would you do not go outside. No i mean you can so nowadays. There's like really great essential sprays you could buy And and also with a tick who haven't forbids someone you know gets bit by attack if you take it out and you send it in. You can get the tick tested to see. If the carries the disease you can also start an antibiotic if if you find out within the first six months you can take an antibiotic that will just knock it right out but if it's later that's when it becomes more trying and so for me. I think i've had lyme disease this whole time for thirty years but i didn't know I didn't know. I had it and it just stayed dormant because that can have happen a lot but what we've discovered. Is that the home. So i moved from new york to two years ago which is like a whole nother story. Because i announced to my husband i moving. I love you. I'm going to la. Wait i'm gonna leave you in new york. But i'm gonna go to la. You can come if you want. But if you don't come i love you. We'll figure it out. You just woke up with a revelation one day. And you're like this happening can you. Is there any kind of cliffnote cliffnote version. so i kept. I kept flying at too late for work. Either acting directing and i just realized like my soul wants to be sheer. It wants to warm weather and the sunshine. And so on and i lived in in new york for sixteen years so like it had been time and we had talked about it for many years but he is I'm more jobs than it will appear. And he's more like let's pause. Let's make a pro and cons list. Let's like calculate says. Make sure this is the right step. And so i think intuitively. I knew if i didn't do this it wouldn't happen. You had you had to be so big and so bold and so setting your ways. There's actually a non-negotiable. Yes exactly be wavering. Or else he could have pro and con you into staying in new york. Exactly i get that. I get that. He stayed for the first year. Now he's out. Here is fine but it was tough like we. We've been together for sixteen years. So like bermuda all of the sudden like go. What but we work through it. And were i think actually Which is a whole nother story but like saved our marriage in a way because we needed to be a part so we can both grow to really appreciate each other. Come back together stronger Note my husband. And i we are together for years. We broke up for two years in two years. We didn't like y'all stay together. Obviously but like i say all the time we go see if we wouldn't have broken up and have that time to find ourselves independently without the other. I don't think we would have gotten married. Yeah i hear it is sometimes you just have and it's not it's not even want to be with someone else. It's not like you're looking for anything else. It's just like you're actually just kind of looking for yourself and sometimes was someone else i didn't you know we. I started dating him. When i'm twenty years old so like i was baby and and you know we grew together but we didn't have our individual cells not really and that allowed us to even though like society was saying everyone..
Dr. Carol Swain Knows That Liberals Can't Even Explain Specifics of Critical Race Theory
"Swain, explaining the horrors of critical race theory. After I asked this question about the euphemisms game, check this out. Dr. Swain, Did you notice that the advocates of critical race theory which is racist that I'm sorry if you supported your racist to suggesting we judge people by their skin color is the essence of racism. But did you notice they live in euphemisms and they play these games. He's obfuscation games. They can never describe exactly what they're talking about. Quick example. We just played Abram Kennedy asked to define racism. Had a really tough time. And then when I've asked people to describe systemic racism, I said, Okay, well described to me the system you're talking about, because most of the systems you're talking about her, in fact, run by liberals, they can't seem to ever going to tell you. The problem is that it's induction indoctrination that they memorize these concepts. And they have no clue what it means. And this is at the university level as well as what they K through 12 because they're starting, you know, with Kindergartners. And there's research out there that argues that babies can be racist as early at six months, and so, um, no critical thinking is taking place. They don't have to define their terms unless their ass back conservative and none of them can Critical race theory is racist. I see it as the civil rights issue of our time, and I'm proud of President Trump for leading the battle because he does have a big platform. And his executive order last year that ban critical race theory in federal programs by federal contractors. That was a step in the right direction because critical race theory was contrary to the civil rights. Act of 1964 civil rights laws, our Constitution's equal protection clause and just how we treat other Americans. Can't wait to
Fresh update on "first six months" discussed on Awards Chatter
"I remember getting into a lot of with other teachers at the school. Who said that's really not what we do here. And you really shouldn't pursue this. You are not a fully developed product of this school and you. You don't have any training and you know and they weren't wrong. And i didn't get a job so it was probably but bless alice nagel for for beginning all of that too because i still think it was still somewhat a foreign idea of making a living doing this and you say you didn't get a job. I just while you were at that school but let's just no. I graduated ninety. Three a lot of your friends go off to college. you do. Not but within six months. You're on broadway correct under studying on broadway under studying the great amy ryan on broadway in a play called sisters rosenzweig. Wendy wasserstein play. Dan sullivan directed and young and those first six months really scary though to me mean. Of course now an actor out of work for six months is literally a blip on the scale but to me at eighteen years old was just like oh my god. I've made a terrible mistake. All my friends went to school. And i didn't you know i just didn't i did not apply myself in high school at all. I was accepted to carnegie mellon. I was accepted waitlisted at suny purchase but the school carnegie mellon would not accept me. The university would not accept me because my grades were so bad in my. Sat scores were not up to snuff but my audition warranted their interest in me and i remember them calling the head of the of the drama department and saying just can't and she sat down with me and said there's nothing we can do and i remember just being bereft only because it seemed to me what people do graduate from high school and go to college and that seemed even though deep down. If i'm really honest with myself and with you in this moment and i might have said this before..
Cyndi Dale Reveals How to Heal Your Subtle Energies
"So firstly welcome to the shows the. I'm so happy to be here. You know it's so funny thing when talking about trauma can make us. Happy isn't it. That is very true. Adjust reflects the cyclist city of life. Right sometimes you're up. Sometimes you're down. Then you go up again. So i think we're down is like the sharing that you read from rachel. You want hope you want to know that there's something within your power and or depending on your belief system there's a power greater than you that lift you up so you're not always at the bottom and there's always a ladder to go forward absolutely the court culture mind is i forgot who said it but he said that the prospect of the possibility of having a dream come alive. That makes all the difference right. You might not have achieved your goals. But if somebody tells you that it's possible for you than deep down hope and then you can take small steps to maybe transform your life exact well and it only takes small steps. I know when. I look behind myself at anything that i've really worked toward. It really did start with stall small steps and frankly it kept going with small steps infrequently. Did i leave off a cliff. That's way which speaking more small steps which lead to big books. I'd like to for asli. Commend you on the amount of information that you included in your books. This is one of your book. Switches the complete book of the checkers. And you know it is complete in terms of the amount of information available. So i won't be. Books are more like encyclopedias. Foresee thanks a lot for the amount of work that you've done. How long does it take you to write a book that book that doorstop all it. S twelve hundred pages. And i hate to admit this i probably could have doubled it it. There's so much information about shockers. That one took me two years to be honest. Most folks only take about six months. Because i'm very obsessive compulsive
Fresh update on "first six months" discussed on Awards Chatter
"Close very very thing they call us irish twins because there's about nineteen months between us and so you know i was alone a lot as a child. My mother was a latchkey kid from a very young age. Took the subway by myself. When i was eleven or twelve when i think about it now when i think about my sister's child who's i've just like you know or go on the subway if i even though i did it back when the subway seemed a lot different now in terms of safety so i don't know but i do think probably the thing that happened to me where i got very lucky as that and i hope this doesn't sound self-aggrandizing because i don't mean it this way at all but i think one of the things i have been told as an actress that is a quality i have is that there's a permit permeability right so that you can see my emotional life in my face and i think sometimes try as i might as a child. I was unable to stop that from happening. So probably what happened was i. I had a adults seem easy and probably could pick up on a certain vulnerability or a certain me loneliness that was obvious. And maybe i thought i was covering a way that really not and so there were people who took me under their wing and who and i got very very lucky i want to ask you. I think one of the first. Maybe who's robert salwars robert stallworth. Who fucking trump. Pardon my french. But i remember when i won that sag award my dream my dream if i were to ever win. One of those things was to specifically talk about robert stores. He is the reason. I pursued this. He's the reason. I went to performing arts high school. He's the reason. I didn't even know these things existed. I remember sitting on the monkey bars and him coming up to me after school. Where i still was where most kids had already gone home because my mother wasn't home and i was still there and he came up to me and he said not only. Do i want to lead in the play but like have you thought about doing this professionally. Have you thought about you could go to a specialized high school in new york city. Where you could make this your major. You could study this. And i remember my legs dangling on the monkey bars going what i mean and i was all of eleven years old twelve years old and i remember trump had had done the travel ban that whole that year that i won and i felt there was nothing more important than talking about the aclu and what was happening in our moment and in the moment and seven people had gotten up before me. And that's all they were talking about. And i thought well robert stallworth is going to have to wait. Ever lucky enough to ever lucky enough to ever find myself in this position again. I just have to make it my mission to to express my my undying gratitude for to him so he used the guy who convinces you to leave kind of regular school and go off to what people know as the fame school then who. I'm going to hit you with another person. Now who's ellis. nagel man. Alice nagel was actually a substitute teacher. At laguardia high school for the performing arts that used to be called music and art. They combine them. But by the time i went there i think jennifer aniston went there and adrian brodie went there and omar epps. I think it was laguardia but maybe it was music. I don't know but same school teachers. Alice nagel was a substitute teacher. Who didn't really know the inner workings of the school in terms of this was not professional children's school which was down the road where a lot of working kid actors went to school where you could take off to go do a pilot and do a thing and it was. It was part of the curriculum in an understanding and why kids went there. Working actors went there. Working child actors went there and she saw me do something seen in a class and she just said. I think you should be working like what i'm fourteen. Maybe i'd turned fifteen at that point. And she's set me up with an agent and meeting with a with an agent who subsequently became my agent. And i remember getting into a lot of with other teachers at the school. Who said that's really not what we do here. And you really shouldn't pursue this. You are not a fully developed product of this school. And it's you you don't have any training and you know and they weren't wrong and i didn't get a job so it was probably but bless alice nagel for for beginning all of that too because i still think it was still somewhat a foreign idea of making a living doing this and you say you didn't get a job. I just while you were at that school but let's just no. I graduated ninety three. A lot of your friends go off to college. You do. Not but within six months. You're on broadway correct under studying on broadway under studying the great amy ryan on broadway in a play called sisters rosenzweig. Wendy wasserstein play. Dan sullivan directed and young and those first six months really scary though to me mean. Of course now an actor out of work for six months is literally a blip on the scale but to me at eighteen years old was just like oh my god. I've made a terrible mistake. All my friends went to school. And i didn't you know i just didn't i did not apply myself in high school at all. I was accepted to carnegie mellon. I was accepted waitlisted at suny purchase but the school carnegie mellon would not accept me. The university would not accept me because my grades were so bad in my. Sat scores were not up to snuff. And but my audition warranted their interest in me. And i remember them calling the head of the of the drama department and saying just can't and she sat down with me and said there's nothing we can do and i remember just being bereft only because it seemed to me what people do graduate from high school and go to college and that seemed even though deep down. If i'm really honest with myself and with you in this moment and i might have said this before..
Baby-Led Weaning Foods Tips: Getting Enough Iron
"Like to start. Each of these. Mini baby led weaning trainings with a b. L w tip of the day two days tip about iron is your baby. Does it actually have to eat the eleven milligrams of iron that you read all over the place that babies need from seven to twelve months parents will look it up and they'll say oh my baby who's age seven or twelve months needs eleven milligrams of iron and then they'll automatically think that it all has to come from food and that is really far from the truth remember. Breast milk and formula is still providing. Most of your baby's nutrition needs during leaning and that includes iron so if you're breastfeeding your milk iron although it's not a ton of iron it's actually very highly available meaning. Your baby absorbs a lot of the iron from your breast milk. And if you're feeding. Formula formula is of course fortified with iron. It's actually fortified at twelve milligrams of iron per liter so leader which thousand mills is approximately thirty four ounces. Basically about what most six months babies are drinking give or take a few ounces so as we add in foods and babies learn to eat foods including high iron foods then gradually the amount of nutrition which is calories plus other nutrients including iron that nutrition starts to come more from food and less from milk weaning in action. but if you're not introducing iron foods your baby. Then as the breast milk or formula intake declines as it should with weaning. We could be in trouble if you're not making up that gap with iron foods so early on in feeding. Please don't stress about this eleven milligram iron number. I'm going to talk more about that. Eleven milligram number in a second. Your baby will get there. I promise but it doesn't happen
Fresh "First Six Months" from Rick Roberts
"Sponsored by credit karma. No purchase necessary explosions in terms applies the rules Banking services provided by MVV banking member F D I c maximum balance and transfer limit supply. Eric Yeah. W B A P first Travis, first Traffic North Dallas He's found 6 35 and 75 Central Expressway. You have an accident blocking the right main lane as well as the right exit ramp lane. This has you backed up all the way to Preston Road. This report is sponsored by Jack in the box that crash on eastbound 6 35. Kingsley Walnut Hill has just been cleared. Traffic remains at a crawl from T I boulevard To have this wrecked on eastbound 6 35 at Ferguson, Centerville. The two right lanes are blocked with W B A P first traffic. I'm Dave Allen. I'm just tired of all the fighting. The conversation between the Republicans and the Democrats begins here the same story on and on and on. Used talk a 20. W b A p w b a p dot com. All right. 22 minutes after the hour through the first six months of this new year, 2021 38 police officers have been killed. That's a 41% increase over last year, 2020 In comparison, 27 officers were killed as of June 19th. In 2020, and we're not even through the year yet. I mean, this is a three hour afternoon drive shell. You know, we hit millions of people throughout Texas and coast to coast. I I could sit here for three hours and do nothing. But read headlines about police officers.
Key Takeaways From the Biden-Putin Summit
"Bannon is back from his first foreign trip as president, and they give it a high stakes meeting with Russia's Vladimir Putin Yesterday. The highly anticipated meeting with the Russian president lasted more than three hours, with both leaders covering a host of topics. A B. C s faith of Blue Bay with the key takeaways as the White House looks to reset the U. S relationship with Russia. The talks between both nations will continue through ambassadors on cyber attacks, a new nuclear agreement and a potential prisoner swap. Both fighting and Putin emerging from the high stakes summit in Geneva, projecting confidence and describing a positive tone. During the talks, the president confronting Putin on a range of issues, including cyber attacks and human rights violations, both sides agreeing previously expelled ambassadors will return to their posts and continue the talks. Biden, giving it six months to a year to see whether conversations yield any result. With a
Fresh "First Six Months" from Rick Roberts
"And 50 plus days of unprecedented sustained violence in the city of Portland. The deputy was shot multiple times late Sunday night after walking in unarmed robbery in progress. There's one way to stop it, and that's to go after him and send a message and say, Look, we're not going to put up with this anymore. Well, I don't know that we can send a message when the messenger Won't come out of his basement. And when he does, he's a monumental embarrassment. Not only do the country but the people that live here. First of all, I hope you had a great great weekend. Rick Roberts with you here, 1 800 to 88. W B A. P. Um and that's like about 30 seconds. Montage. It could have gone three hours. I could do nothing. Um, but this for the entire three hours. Just let it roll. Just just let it roll three hours of news reports. On cops being shot. Well, we probably better get it together if we don't, uh, I'm I don't have a lot of hope, at least not under this administration, because no one is held accountable for anything. Nothing. The Washington Examiner reported that through the first six months of this year, 2021 Cops how many 38 cops have been killed? That's a 41% increase over the entire year last year. And we've still got six months to go. Um, we're gonna be talking about that in just a little bit, but something something I think that's just as important to connect it kind of goes to the root of you know me. I mean, too many times, and I'm a big critic of this. All we do is deal with the peripheral. We never get to the root cause we never get to the head of the snake, right? We're always chasing its tail. But that's by design. People can't be that stupid. But when you look around, look around at the United States of America You know, A lot of people say I want Texas to secede from the union man. I can understand that I truly can't. Unfortunately based on our economies and everything else, I don't know how that would happen, But, um, you know, it's fun to think about right. It's a it's reassuring to think about. Well, they've done a study and they've reviewed which states Are the most and the least patriotic. It. As a matter of fact, This study was released this morning. Red States surprise surprise are more patriotic after they analyze all the data. That determines patriotism. Right. They looked at looked at 13 key indicators of patriotism, which help it includes the state's military enlistees veterans. To share of the share of adults voted in the 2020 presidential election. Um, no, they didn't count the dead ones this time. Um each state could receive the way they did. This was 100 points. For a perfect score the financial, uh, site that did this a lot of 25 points to military engagement. Like I said, included military enlistees and vets. 75 points to civic engagement. Which included voter turnout, things like that community volunteerism, jury participation, civic education requirements, Um, and according to that methodology They concluded. Would you like to know what the number one The number one most patriotic State is in the United States. I'm gonna give you that in just a second. Um and I got to tell you I would have lost the farm on a bet. Because I would assume just from doing what I do every day, coming behind the mic and reading the news of looking at the news and trying to find the talk angles on on things I would have thought Texas was at least In the top, 10. All right, You ready for this? Yeah, the number one I'm wonder if I should let you Do this. Here's the number 1 800 to 88 w B A P 1 800 to 889227 and I'm going to go through the lister. But which state do you believe? Was found to be the most patriotic state in the United States. Alright, I'll let you answer that. It got a score of, uh, the way they scored this thing, almost 62%. It also ranked number one in civic engagement. Um 22 military engagement. Uh, the second most patriotic state that surprised me as well. Then maybe it surprised me because I don't know. That much about it. Um Uh, rounding out I'll give you renting out the top 10 and I'll let you guess. At the 1st and 2nd most patriotic state in the United States. Alright, 1 800 to 88 w B A p 1 802 889227 But let me give you let me round out the top 10 for you Maryland which shocked me, Vermont. New Hampshire. North Dakota makes sense, Wyoming Minnesota. Oregon. Totally blew my mind on that in Virginia, so based on the selection of data They determined California, Michigan, Connecticut, Florida and New York were the least patriotic Now I would have guessed that The least patriotic states and the United States. California There you go. Michigan. What do you expect? Connecticut? Florida, which is little surprising, inasmuch as the Santas is running that and New York obviously, um And what they found were red states were more patriotic than blue states. I would have assumed that as well, Um Red states, uh, Edged out blue states, not by much less than uh, point. New Jersey had the highest percentage of adults who voted in the 2020 general election. Almost 79%, Arkansas at the lowest voter. Turn around, turn out. Of 54%. Um I don't know if I believe that or not, To be honest with you. All right, let me go to Brandon Normally don't take calls in this first segment. But Brandon, welcome to the Rick Robert Show. What do you believe the most patriotic state was? Hey, Rick. Glad to talk to you. Uh, I think it's Oklahoma here. You should see Uh, all the flags that are out, you know that there was such as such a huge, huge patriotic or around.
Moderna & Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccines May Soon Be Available for Kids
"Have Covid vaccines available for kids as young as five. In the coming months. The Cambridge drugmaker as well as Pfizer, both working on clinical trials in hopes of delivering those vaccines to infants as young as six months old as well following demand for
Where Did the Sex Go?
"Tell me what's going on thanks. I'm a huge fan of so happy. So i i'm a therapist always thinking always in my head but it can't figure this out. Okay i think of it. As like my my is spilling into my. I am in a healthy relationship with a man like seven months in and suddenly my fantasies of being with a girl sexually being with a woman is like suddenly moving into my daily life. And i go by the timing on. Turf big communicator. I've talked about it with him. I mean he. He's not like irritated by a bike. Is definitely not okay with me pursuing that. And i understand right but i just can't get my finger on why this suddenly like not just a fantasy it used to just the have dreams or that'd be the corn of choice by and suddenly it's like no. I want to do this in my waking life. And i can't get to the bottom of it. Have you met anybody. That's picture interest. I have not okay. How's your sex life with your partner. Our sex life is great That hesitation you hear. My voice is like i am struggling a little bit with the x factor like the while chemistry but everything is so great in a relationship and the actual sex is great as well in the communication until it's not something i'm concerned about but be x. Factors just the little though so for me. Okay how the x factor meaning dislike unspeakable chemical. I gotta have you right here right now type of connection that i didn't look my most toxic relationships honestly like thick the more toxic Stronger that was which is terrible and now in thirty and making smart choices. How long have you guys been together. Seven months seven months okay. So it's still do. How was in the beginning. Did you have that attraction. At the beginning we did. I don't know what we're off. i think. I don't know if is spending more time together than i usually spend with my significant other to be honest But it's died down a little bit and it's only seven months in. Yeah i mean. That's what happens in relationships. The honeymoon period is anywhere from six months to two years and then during the pandemic. Maybe you're spending more time together and that kind of squashes out the the the arousal and the attraction process because when we're on top of each other we're seeing to their more while we feel more intimate and more connection and more love with our partner it's sort of. Can douse the flames of desire. Because we no longer have that separation
Lordstown Motors Says It Doesn't Have Cash to Start Commercial Production
"Money. Checkout lordstown motors dropping sharply today after the company issued a stark warning about its future. Let's get to filipo with the details. Hi phil what's going on. You know this is a no report from lordstown motors. That is not an incomplete surprise given the fact that the company on friday was told by the nasdaq. Look you've got to file a ten q. You haven't done it if you don't file one. We may d list you well. They filed the ten q today including a going concern. Notice and in that. Going concern the outline. What the problem is. It's all about cash. And we've known this for some time that they have very little cash they were looking for some strategic investors possibly some infusion of cash the company saying the company believes that its current level of cash and cash equivalents are not sufficient to fund commercial scale production and the launch the sale of such vehicles. We're talking about the first pickup truck which is scheduled to go into production by the end of the third quarter. That is the endurance pickup truck. But as you take a look at shares of lordstown again losing about thirty percent courtney. Just today the real question becomes. They don't have the cash right now. They don't find a strategic investor. They don't come up with some way to get a big infusion of cash as quickly as possible will they even make it to production by the end of the third quarter curious to see what happens over the next couple of weeks so filled this sort of like you said at the beginning of your report just confirmation previously what they basically told us when they reported their earnings they didn't official official capacity and ten cute right right but anytime you say were questioning whether or not we can be a going concern that really that's ultimately if you're an investor you'd sit there and say going to keep my money in these guys because there's a decent chance that the may not be around three months six months from now
Kids 5 and up Get Shots in Tests for COVID-19 Vaccine
"Cast of started around the country and around the world of Pfizer's coronavirus vaccine in children five through eleven the tests are being done in twenty six states including Louisiana Adam bright sun in New Orleans is getting the shot hi everybody they're ready for then to take go away as best they can and me and my wife and feel like the vaccines are the right way to go Manley's won't know for six months whether their children were actually backs unaided at that point if they didn't get the vaccine the children will have the chance to get the shot there's been minimal side effects from my understanding so I was prepared to have them participate seven year old Russell bright once the vaccine to work trying to disarm the stock side see my friends children twelve to fifteen can now get the Pfizer vaccine I'm a Donahue
Travel to Benin - Rachel Décoste
"Or wikipedia. Wants me to say benin. But i will defer to the guest here. I'd like to welcome to the show. Rachel day cost from year of return. Book dot com. And who has come to talk to us about the country of been in rachel. Welcome to the show. Happy to be here first of all. We're probably gonna need to put this on a map because some people are wildly googling right now in wikipedia where is the country have been in innocent a west africa the biggest countries nearby our nigeria and ghana. And why did you find yourself in banana in the first place. Let's start with that. I did a dna test years ago. I am african canadian. Meaning my ancestors. Came here as enslaved africans. We don't know where from and i thought. Dna tests would be a good way to find out where my origins were from. After i did the dna tests been in was one of the top countries along with togo. Nigeria the whole region. Really and then. I took a trip there for six months and been in was one of the five countries. I visited excellent. And why should someone go to in. What i loved about. Being in was that it was authentic in terms of it hasn't yet been too americanized to westernize is still wear the traditional clothes. Drink their traditional tease ethan traditional food and it really felt like you were transported back to a time. They've kept their culture almost intact. And that's why you would want to go to benin versus another country that might be more westernized. There's something authentic inorganic about banana. That is so heartwarming. Banana is a small country. As i recall. It's actually a smaller country in africa. But it's the same size approximately the same size of ohio. Which always surprises
UN: Famine Is Imminent in Ethiopia's Embattled Tigray Region
"The United Nations says famine is imminent in Ethiopia's embattled Tigray region and in the country's north the U. N.'s humanitarian chief mark Lowcock warns the service that hundreds of thousands of people or more will die he says degraded calling me this be destroyed along with businesses crops on farms and the international community needs to really step up including through the provision of money no one knows how many thousands of civilians or combatants have been killed six months of political tensions between Ethiopian president update on his government and the Tigray leaders who once dominated Ethiopia's government exploded into war last November I'm Charles de Ledesma
Pros & Cons of Inherited Tenants
"So today's question is when you purchase a property with attendant already in the middle of their lease. Can you increase the rent or do you have to wait until their lease is up. So that's pretty straightforward. Answer is depends on the lease is a a month to month lease or one year lease or a two year lease so of their leases. Not yet you have to wait until their lease is up there. On a month to month lease you can give them notice that you're going to increase their rent or you can give them notice that one releases up you are going to increase it. If say they have six months left on the lease and look at your state laws because some states like new york state they have different requirements as of the time period. For you to give notice that. You're not going to renew a lease or that. You are going to increase the rent. So i don't know exactly but it's something like if the person has lived there for less than a year it's thirty days notice if they lived there for two years. It's sixty day notice any longer than that. You have to give maybe ninety days notice so make sure you know your state laws and regulations to when you are giving notice that you're going to increase the rent. Tony what do you have. Yeah because the only thing i'd add is that sometimes there are situations where maybe there isn't at least in place right like the owner. The landlord their current owner doesn't know where it's at or can't remember what it was and i haven't purchased a property where i've inherited attendance but in talking with some of my other investing friends one of the things that they use it's called an stoppable agreement and basically you just get the current party so the owner the landlord and the current tenant to sign the agreement saying. Hey here's what we believe the current terms of the lease to be that way when you step into it as the owner. You're not surprised by the owner. Told me that this is what was happening but attended thinks that this is what's happening and then you're kinda stuck between a rock and a hard place and a stop agreement as a way to kind of get past that
Facebook Suspends Trump for 2 Years, Then Will Reassess
"Donald Trump will be off of Facebook for two years Facebook says it'll keep the ex-president's account suspended after finding his post stoked violence before January's capital riot the social media giant's qualify independent oversight board last month upheld the suspension but it given Facebook's six months to decide what to do longer term Facebook says it also plans to end the contentious policy that automatically exempted politicians from rules of banning hate speech and abuse while others can still read and comment on trump's page he cannot post new material Twitter on the other hand has permanently banned him Sager made Ghani Washington
Biden Prioritizes Anti-Corruption Efforts in National Security Policy
"President Biden is instructing the federal government to elevate anti corruption measures as a central U. S foreign policy and national security issue. Report, expected in about six months from an interagency review will recommend ways to strengthen corruption
Darren Elias: How the Online Game Has Changed
"Mr elias. Welcome back to the show sir. How you doing good good. Thanks happy to be ed's it's my pleasure. It's my pleasure. If i remember correctly in the last time we spoke. You told the listener. Did they could find you at the regatta. And i gotta say some things have happened since then so tell me what's been going on in your world over the last year or last year. I've been playing a lot of online poker. I'd say i've kind of shifted when We coded hit in there. Were no live tournaments. I kind of have this choice. Am i gonna stay at home and play that much poker. Become complacent or Kind of make something happened in Compete online in these in these bigger games. And get back to playing online tournaments. Which is which is what. I've been doing the last year or so and how how's that been playing in the online world. Pretty good that. The game definitely changed a bit since since when i came up online which was thousand. Eight two thousand eleven inches seem so long ago that the binds are so much bigger level plays so much higher. You really have to try to bring your best everyday compete or or you're gonna get crushed because these guys were good on the The global networks the g. Jeez the party poker and the by Of the high stakes just changed so much. Where when i was coming up a big sunday might play five thousand ten thousand in biontech and now some of these sundays. I'm finding. I'm in for one hundred and fifty two hundred thousand playing the regular schedule on digi a party. It's it's gotten so big you had ape styles on before the pandemic and he was talking to me about like the regular twenty five ks on gee-gee and like racking up like a million wins having selection and then taking all of himself and going on a downer and like being stuck for the experience over this it was like a month and a half of like winning a million losing a million pretty crazy. Yeah i was looking at the stats. Wherever i think i. I've my earnings which isn't prophet. Of course probably one more In the last six months than i have in my whole online career just because of the by in the nature these tournaments with re entry to somebody's twenty-five gizeh five six hours of re entry in reenter with ten blinds. So it's it's pretty
The Meaning in the Making: Why do we make things? Why do we make pictures?
"I'm going to talk to sean. Tucker about being creative. And hopefully it's going to inspire you along the way to keep going with your own make shown tuck it. It's probably important to say. Because though i suspect most if not all the audience listening we'll know you show have heard of you will have come into contact with through through photography film warranty through this podcast though though no of your background with a church in your rocky relationship at times with it is this is the well i i said that correctly because it does feel about is is this book of manifestation of all that time. Learning to the sharing your philosophy from the pulpit. I mean it's not as if you haven't had your published but this is something of a step away from from sharing the shadows the places. You won't photographic isn't it. It definitely links strongly with old. I mean i i. I wrote a book. Ten years ago that wasn't published. It was just me self publishing putting it out about why. I left the church and why wasn't going back but what i felt about what i thought about it. Why did still think it could be a force for good in the world and that was good practice for what i've done with this book but i think that the difference between the two is when i wrote that book before Appetizer of talk about it very much. Because i wrote it for really specific audience. I was talking to people who inch too so they knew that language and i was talking in that language but they were frustrated. Thinking hang on this is about all the wrong stuff kind of confirming that. And i suppose in a way which is why chasten mike it. I was sneaking out the back door with it so in a way. I mean you could argue i. I wrote that first book for no because people in the church didn't want to hear that kind of stuff being critical of the church people outside the church couldn't care less so is it landed in the middle of nowhere being interested in but it was really important for me to write it almost as like catharsis because it actually came out of me going to the counselor at the time when my career chips fell apart and sitting with him for six months retelling the story of the ten years that i worked for the church and going through. What was mike foale. What was other people's fault. What was just because the has been of a messed up institution. What's just because life is complicated. And so separating. All that stuff out as i was doing that right seats myself. I realize this might be a good book.
Goggle Bonks: The Only Dating App To Offer Augmented Reality Glasses
"In today's current contemporary and increasingly now now now world online dating is taking the hardship out of courtship and putting the microchip into relationship in the information super search for computerized compatibility cyber savvy singles or finding love and lots else. Besides through apps like tinder grinder bumble tingle hinge funk buddy lovey-dovey ding dong squelch and flip but that all to familiarized first date disappointments when your internet and namrata and their profile pic. Just don't jibe well. Enter goggle bunks. The only dating to offer augmented reality glasses or lear goggles which filter augment and where necessary conceal your dates appearance while ensuring that you to put your best face forward using up to the minute motion tracking filters fug lee recognition protocols. You and your dates lear goggles. Meaning you'll never see one another at anything less than you're photo shopped best. Well the thrust count on my dick bit was way down so i decided to give it a whirl moment my date walked in i saw fireworks but once that glitch had been fixed and despite some intermittent facial buffering do choose the venue with good wifi. We both had on average nice to enchanting time especially during lulls in conversation. And the best thing about the lear system. The first dates free. Then if you and your big old boy wanna make a genuine lasting commitment admittedly not an issue for the vast majority of users bunks offer a range of long and not so long term payment plans weekend. Whirlwind five week fizzle six month dead end monogamy and the top tier monogamy. Gold were each granted. Full control of the others virtual off and yes. There are licensed celebrity likenesses available tech tip. We found the less. You both talk the more convincing the experience. So soon you'll be racking up the thrusts here more or less destroyed as a twit or slap me up on by
Why Nathalie Huerta Founded the First Queer Gym in the Country
"I have never been comfortable at the gym. But i was assumed a lot of that just had to do with the fact that i am not an athlete. I'm like a theater kid. Who would futz around on machines trying to figure it out. Was there ever a time where you felt comfortable at the gym. I felt comfortable the entire time up until i started looking gay because my background wasn't actually kinda how. I got lured into fitness thing because originally a gun school to study physical therapy. And i wanted to go on the clinical route and then i discovered late in my studies at. That's not exactly what i wanted to do. So the now is just graduating with the degree. And i didn't know what to get into at that point and so the person who hired me at the gym was like you love it. You're athlete you grew up in this. You get to do that in the setting so that was actually one of the things that attracted me about being trainers that. I got to spend time in a space that i found safe and enjoyable and comfortable however at this point i had long hair as feminine presenting in. I would say up until six months year after i started training a surge present more masculine. And that's when i was like well and if i feel like this nama trainer and i'm an lately i can just imagine what another person who is not an athlete who has no idea how this fitness thing works plus queer. Yeah i can understand why they're not coming in here when you say it got weird. What did that look like from the beginning like walking into the gym. you know. it's already a big feet walk in those doors period. Hit and to walk in and then be mis gendered. Don't really wanna take the time this morning at six. Am to correct that. I'm not a sir no just let it slide. You know and that just adds day after day after day. I also had experiences in the weight room with guys. It's always a pissing contest in that room anyway with guys. But then you throw in a butch and then they're like hot feminine girlfriend and then it becomes a different dynamic. One in which me in her never felt safe working out because you could just feel the energy was like bad. Just make a little side comments. And then i would say definitely the locker rooms. Where the weirdest are you in the right locker room. Do you know this is the women's room. You could tell likable wrapping up covering themselves in going into the men's room doesn't feel safe from me because i don't identify as a man and in my head still a woman in a man bathroom. That's unsafe so as basically like your p so that you don't have to go in period
"first six months" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"First six months. Listen without limit to select audible originals, audio books and now podcast, go to audible dot com. Haven't Brennan WBZ traffic on the threes? Mostly cloudy and breezy this afternoon high 47, but temp should fall into the upper thirty's late this afternoon. New Year's Eve. Mostly clear, low 29 tomorrow, son early, then cloudy high 45 35 to 40 periods of rain tomorrow night into Saturday, with sleet mixing in it times. Rain could freeze in some spots so roadways could be slick in areas. Especially north and west of 4 95 lows ranging from near 30 inland to 35 at the coast on Saturday afternoon cloudy with some leftover rain high 43. Sunday. Rain returning later in the day High 42 Right now it's cloudy and 45 degrees in Boston Live local and fiercely independent. This is WBZ news radio. Good morning. I'm Suzanne Saz Ville here. The five things you need to know. At 10 15. The Department of Public Health reported more than 6100 new cases of covert 19 in the state yesterday and 118 more deaths, The seven day average positivity rate has risen to 8.4%. State's minimum wage goes up New Year's Day from $12.75 an hour to $13.50 captains.
"first six months" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"So for the first six months police will just issue warnings and after that you get a hundred thirty dollar ticket and points on your license and under the ten new law signed by governor to Santa snow vaping in the work place the one hundred new laws I should say I go to our website if you double the official dot com to see all the laws it was an honor that US you step over that line and I was proud to step over the line and I want to thank you it's been great presidential making history as the first sitting president of the United States to step on to north Korean soil back Democrat presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar not too impressed we want to see a denuclearization of the Korean peninsula reduction in these missiles but it's not as easy as just going and you know bringing a hot this over the fence to the dictator next door John said the US and North Korea will form teams over the next few weeks to start a process toward denuclearization senator Cory Booker is continuing to attack Democrat presidential front runner Joe Biden over comments that Biden made in Chicago over the weekend lighten spoke about race relations in the U. S. during an appearance in Chicago saying that kid wearing a hoodie may very well be the next poet laureate and not a gang banger Friday Booker accused Biden of not having the right language to talk about race that's needed to win the party's twenty twenty nomination saying on Twitter this isn't about a hoodie it's about a culture that sees a problem with the kid wearing a hoodie in the first place our nominee needs to have the language to talk about race in a far more constructive way like power NBC news radio and I guess by now also talked about making fun of gay waiter five years ago in Seattle it was a mess NTSB says an investigation into a deadly plane crash in Addison Texas is under way NTSB still gathering evidence at this point had the opportunity to walk through the scenes several times this evening and observe the wreckage where it says well ten people died in that crash it actually went into a hangar at.
"first six months" Discussed on FT World Weekly
"Times. I'm getting Rochman today. We're looking at Brazil, and the controversial presidency of jibe scenario are Sao Paulo, correspondent Andrew Japan is here in London for the week. And he joins me in the studio as does our Latin America editor, Michael Stott Andras. I how is both an are doing oversee meant a lot of headlines when he came in controversial campaign where a few months into the presidency and his popularity ratings have gone down quite sharply. They did indeed essentially where he took off his right before he took office on January Thursd. I mean, the latest Bobo saying around sixty four percent proceedings were expecting a great jewel and the current readings are about the two percent this during the supposedly honeymoon. Periods in five months into his administration and how do you explain that? Let's go back bit. And why was he elected? I mean, there was a lot of enchantment with traditional policies of string of corruption scandals and the economy was limping out of a brutal recession so. So, again, there was a lot of this infringement general with police Clausen. So people were really angry. He was something different. He was sort of, like seeing the wrecking ball June system. So he always had a fifteen twenty percents staunch right wing powerbase, mainly given Jellicoe, which in Brazil huge run churches, people fall source involved in the business, and people who are pro gun one of personalities main campaign from his we actually delivering on is solo people to have guns like the NRA in the United States, the same sort of rhetoric. So it seems like he's going back now off this angry vote that makes fifty eight million Brazil's voting for him total in October last year and his thinking back to his original powerbase of fifteen twenty percent of the visit electric. And I think one of the quiches is again there was a lot of during the campaign. It prize the country very much. And he still polarizing the country. I think what people are realizing is okay. There was a little shouting, there was little talk bad. We're actually just talking policy policies. So whatever needs to be done is not being done crucially reform of the pension system and the rest is just he's too focusing culture walls, what he calls, erasing cultural Marxism for life from the face of Brazil, so he's particularly focused on issues like site gay rights, and so on rawal than fixing the economists Christianity's this idea that preserves part of this. I mean that's not him. Prisoner of his intellectual, the west sort of, like savings of Christianity in the west, you have to say that the government is related to three three or four tribes one is both himself and his family, his clothes retinue, the foreign minister the education minister, and he's intellectual group who lives in the US who's very close to Steve Bannon so though. Those are essentially focused on this idea that Brazil's path whereas relying with, with the Trump administration in the United States and is essentially pro gun onto voice in Christian. Family value, not making so much progress. Michael van on the other issues the economic reform and sorting out the Brazilian political mess, which under said, maybe a lot of the flooding voices went football so Naro on I mean where did things stand on this question of pension reform. And how important is it? If Boston are is ready to succeed. So I think it is crucial. The pension reform is the single biggest thing institutional investors are looking for Brazil has a very large deficit, which it needs to fix. An pension reform is one of the keys to fixing that it's a reform which has been on the table in Brazil for a very, very long time. Many presidents have come and gone on her failed to do it the sense that Bolsano has a chance on this one. I think he's under enormous pressure. The risk some. Public support for it. It seen as a very inequitable system, the con- pension system, which favours government employees over employs in the private sector, if the usual things, ex extremely generous and people were taught comments. Which creates resentment so interestingly, there was some Pro Bowl scenario demonstrations this week and some of the demonstrators were actually carrying placards saying they supported pension reform now pension reforms, not usually something that gets people out on the streets in countries. So that was interesting indicated that there is some public support for it as well. And you think it's not a lost cause because I myself in Brazil in February and soul. The head of the congress and the finance minister speak, and they seem this is now a couple of months ago, but reasonably confident that it would get through in some form in the autumn. I think the key is the in some form. We think it will come through. But the difficulty is how far it will be watered down as it gets through congress because well scenario. Of course, we shouldn't forget doesn't have a majority in congress. He has to negotiate with congress, which in Brazilian systems very powerful and he's not proved, especially good at it so far. So he's got to stitch together some kind of coalition of lawmakers. Which will allow him to get through pension form in shape that still robust enough to deliver at least some of the savings that the government's projected and enders. I mean how much is this down to the president himself? Could he just delegate this to a competent technocrat like the finance minister, who would do all the hard work? Increasingly that's happening. I mean, the original idea was like, no, we have nothing to do with they called, the politics of horse-trading and pork barreling. We're gonna do something completely different, but the Brazilian Congress's Michael was saying very powerful and very wilty over thirty parties right now represented that, so these government has proven quite ineffective in building the coalition need, actually, they'd be losing support, that as you say allegations, the finance minister has sort of taken the runs directly with speaker of the house of congress who is also relying with the president of the Senate, and they'd been essentially negotiating directly. I saw the president of the Senate and house speaker about ten days ago. This is gonna pass with enough. It's going to be July September analysts saying, well, you have to think that this is a constitutional reform because the pension system is get into constitution. So it requires three hundred eight votes out of five hundred thirteen deputies in the lower tame the so it requires a lot of maneuvering fund. The governments are now that defines ministries directly negotiating with both houses us. Mike was saying it will see the light of day. The thing is the finance minister was shooting for one trillion is in savings, Olic savings. And now the talk is like, well, I could go down to seven hundred billion. So let's see what's taken out, I was left. But probably by the end of the will have some version of the pension reform, apex full and that would be a big prize Michael, but I guess that's do with the long term health of the economy, the stability of public finances. But meanwhile as Andrews said Brazil has had this terrible five year recession. Wouldn't it be coming out of it in the natural course of things anyway? I mean, how's the economy doing well, we've been helped to close by the trade will resilient farmers of being one of the big beneficiaries of the US trying to trade war, as China has cut last year. It's purchases of US. Soybeans by half Brazilian farmers of stepped in to fill the gap and lost year Brazilian soybean exports up thirty percent. So they've benefited in very big way from this. That's created quite an awkward political dilemma for Bolsonaro. Because of course in the campaign, he was very anti-chinese some very strong anti-china rhetoric. He actually said, at one point in the campaign day, Beijing is not buying in Brazil, they're buying Brazil, and we have to put a stop to this. The Chinese were quite concerned by that. And in fact, last week his vice president, Hamilton morale, the powerful military, former general visited Beijing, and was accorded, the rare of an audience with Xi Jinping for vice president around on she saw him personally, and they discussed relations between the two countries and it was seen as an attempt. By morale to sort of patch up the relationship with China and reassure the Chinese keep the mole inside there. Of course. Brazil's biggest trading partner. Now that one of the biggest investors and Chinese investment fell quite sharply last year on the back of this rhetoric which Brazil can afford. So that was quite an interesting dynamic there of the vice president playing a key role in foreign policy and trying to balance the sort of nationalist strident tones of Bolsonaro with some much more practical, so that business friendly relationship building with key, trade partner, and that is a deep tension. Isn't it within the administration between if you like the pragmatists around the vice president and the cultural people around the president? How long can that last under? Well, that's one of the key questions. Hey think, again, as I said, before you hell about three or four tribes of highway within the government. The more the, the culture will haters, as you say, then you have the generals, including the vice-president morale for very pragmatic so very much less ideological than the president his family and the. Administer. And then you had more like the technocrats like the finance minister. And the Justice minister, those are the main three was, so there's this tension indeed between the culture worker, Seder's and the genitals because they have sort of like double competences, for example, now, the foreign ministry's focused on hundred the US after votes knows visits Washington in March, where he was very well received by Donald Trump. And that's what they actually want their very closely associated with big Bannon hungry with Benjamin Netanyahu in Israel Trump in the US some of them, they met with those will be in Italy recently. And some people within that circle part of the familiar, intellectual grew they being attacking the generals publicly, especially in Twitter because much like I wasn't attacking members of the of the president's own administration said another March, it's actually more. The president's earth circle attacking the generals and that trade tensions. Which also was hampering negotiations with congress and passing crucial reforms. So, but now you see, it's okay, the foreign minister is mainly focused on dealing with fellow nationalist, while the vice president as Michael was saying, it's much more. Pragmatic, he wants to strike a balance between the US un-chinese. He's also hundred relations with Russia, because he's the head of the bilateral commission with Russia and with China, so he has taken to Ryan so okay, let's not have ideology, destroying upon such an important part. Okay. Just quickly switching tack under us. I know you've been up to the Amazon quite recently, and one of things that's attracted a lot of international. Attention has been this concerned that also Nora will let farmers ranchers of the leash and start shopping Amazon. What your findings that once a week long trip to visit an indigenous, Dr religion in the heart of the, and there's a lot of insight because they don't know what's going. To happen, legally the indigenous groups over three hundred of them, they have protected areas so by low the areas that they are defined that these people have to leave their this ethnic groups have to leave there and they can essentially take down to the rainforest. They have been to infra centuries. So now the concern is bowl sonar himself. Have attacked is STAN being sort of like caged up in protect Surya's in reserve. Very that's how he can go trace address. And so they said, okay, the people just like cost they want development. So these, these Basle now, everything's very quickly. He also associates indigenous groups with NGOs were one of sounds Manas and the positives cultural, Marxism rhetoric and environmentalists. They put them all together. So the idea is, okay, why don't we open not all? But some of these areas for economic development commercially relevant mining agriculture. The fused deforestation could keep it causing goes up and down. But essentially a chunk of the atmosphere has been. Down in the bus. Tell two of us and the fears if they changed the law, and if they actually make the move as you say, leaching, brunches loggers and miners, the rainforest could be wiped had earth and contributing to climate changes. One's the fourth. There's a big debate again, there's so much noise in Brazil that sometimes goes off the agenda, but essentially is one of these overarching themes, but again, going back to them that there was a lot of height among in groups. Okay. If we have to stand up to the government we will, and that seems to be a code by most of the ethnic groups, in the Brazilian Amazon. So for the moment, though, it's still kind of quite finally poised that Bolsonaro is made all these noises the Amazon tribes of sort of gearing up to resist, but we aren't quite know where it's going to go now because there's a lot there's a lot of policy paralysis, something's, he can do, but the creator, for example loosening controls and he's done. He's to decrease on that one in January one couple of weeks ago. The concerns, the second degree has some bits there or illegal when it comes to gun. Ownership, but the Amazon less lead at the Amazon less. So they try to strip of competences from the Justice minister, especially when it came to the rights of the people moving under the culture ministry, especially when it comes to demarcation of indigenous results, which was contentious because I mean they recover ministry essentially is serve interest..
"first six months" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"But it's still legal doesn't mean have to like it. But it does beg the question. What does that mean for our economy? Our businesses thriving how in an economic sense has it impacted the state KFI's own corporate Carson has been covering this carbon. How you doing happy new year? Happy new year to you. Yeah. They say it's been going great. I've I've been down here at the beginning of the tour started down here in Santa Ana at a place called show grow. They said the tour kind of runs through about a dozen dispensaries to kind of see how things are going. In the first six months, a city councilman Jose solorio city councilman here in Santa Ana says in the first six months. Since they started in Santa Ana started selling pot recreationally. They the city has made five million dollars, which they say, they're using for you know, enforcement learning projects for kids and other city government fees. He also says there's about nineteen shops. Now licensed shops now with eleven more expected to be up and running this year. He says some of the interesting parts that that have have come along to him is that a big component of the industry is seeing to the health and wellness needs of people that our customers that are coming in for for the marijuana harriette. Yes. And it's true because I've talked to him these store owners now, and and their consumers and patients. You know, a good number of the consumer base are individual. They have serious and. Vinik medical issues of all aid. You know, whether it be young all in between. And so there really is a serious medical component to this industry. And a lot of consumers are are being helped with, you know, cutting edge medicine if you. And. Yeah, like, I started cut you off there. But yeah. A lot of the the store owners here are supporting that claim that the a lot of people using are coming into the stores to get the marijuana are seeing to medical needs. Have there been any discussions from what you've seen or just experience as you go through these different dispensaries, any discussions of the unintended consequences where they thought it was going to lead to this. But they saw that good or bad. Yeah. I, you know, we've we've we've seen some some projections at least statewide that weren't as what people had thought it would be. I I talked with a couple of the the store owners here. One is Johnny Hernandez. He's the the the man was show grow. He said it's been a good year. But it's been tough. Not a lot of the vendors have been able to weather the requirements. You know, many of the growers couldn't make it through the packaging and testing for pesticides that happened earlier this year. And then obviously, you know, it's still, you know, federally they're still that dispute between federal and local that the, you know, it's still the illegal drug federally and his so schedule one THC is still scheduled one which makes the entire industry still operate off cash, and that has been a problem for him as well in terms of regulations in and I've heard this again, and again that the the marijuana industry at this one they feel is being overregulated. But. To that complaint. Have we seen a level of consistency in the product across the state, and that yes that is again what I talked to some of the store owners is is is this is this kind of dichotomy between hate you want a a a safe licensed product that has been able to weather that that storm whether it'd be one of the vape, pens, I talking on the side where they're even testing the plastic that goes in the vape pens the same way they used to test the BP in water bottles to see what that's in. That's an upcoming test. That's coming up this year, and and again vendor some vendors can't make that. And that's the dichotomy is some is if you want the legal safe, you know, you know, marijuana or marijuana products. These the the cost of the vendors in the dispensaries that can afford to to go through all those tests. That's where you have to go. But then you have to pay that surcharge at high taxes and fees to go with it. And that's why you're still seeing. And that's what I'm being told that you're still. Seeing a lot of the black market shops still surviving the city says they've closed about one hundred of those here in Santa Ana in the last year. But the growers in in dispensaries, tell me, yeah. It's not a it's not as clean as you would think they're still here and there and they're still in nearby cities. Because, hey, if you have to choose between a cheaper product, you know, and that that comes to the consumer do you want a chief product or a safe product, and that not ends up being the consistency issue. Let me use a fast food metaphor to make sure I have this right? Are you finding in terms of types of products being sold that there for the most part all generally selling the same types of products from edibles, or what have you or the very disparate in nature in terms of what they're selling is someone selling chicken and someone selling hamburgers that type of thing. I don't know. I think it's more of a a chicken. And and how was that chicken being raised? You know, not to go further with. Analogy is a GMO. Is it all that sort of thing versus? Hey, I think this is chicken over here at this. South that may or may not have a sign out front. Right. So I think it's a little more of that. You're still getting rarely I've sure sure you'll get a different product, of course. But most of them are selling this. You know, the the same array the the vape, pens, the the edibles, obviously, the the the flower itself, but it comes down to the to the safety of the product and what's been licensed? And if a vendor can can from a business standpoint can afford to go through all the hoops that requirement from fees licensing and all that to be able to stay in business throughout and if not then they're, you know, they're going back to the to the to the shop without the sign as it were. And there's a market because again, you have a customer. That's like, hey, I'm not paying you know, an exorbitant fee. I can get it over here for a lot cheaper. Have you received any sense of people who may have been opposed to the legalisation someone like me, for example in? In full disclosure. Are they being better received? Now that people are seeing it in a in a real world sense. People have they are they winning over people. That's my question that I think that's a remains to be seen. I mean, I can tell right for the way you introduced it. You know, and I talked to a couple of other people yesterday on our shows, you know, some people are just not there. I mean, you you were promised a, and I'm using their words that we were promised when this was voted in that we would have these exorbitant amounts of tax fees, and and all this stuff would be safe. And and there would be these these benefits. And of course, they, you know, not everything hits exp- expectations on the conversely when you hear about a city saying, they, hey, we're putting this into education. Of course, we have to validate that sort of claim more we're putting these into education or other programmes law enforcement and stuff like that. You're gonna you're gonna start seeing people that are happy with how this. Yeah. This is a good thing. But I will say this. I did the banking story last week about how the they were approaching. State Bank to try to deal with this cash issue that I mentioned earlier because banks won't touch the the weed industry or the marijuana industry because it's still illegal federally and one. Yeah. Right. Right. One person. I said to me that I talked to that. Hey, this thing is here. It's it's I mean, thirty three states we're talking about having illegal in some form or fashion recreation, the recreational or medical and it's growing at the pace of the online, boom. You know what I mean? And so it's a situation to where it's it's an industry that is here now, and it's it's a fourth that's gonna keep going. But the question remains as you asked it isn't gonna win over everybody. Or is it going to continue to be fought? That's something. I never really considered because you think of the banks is generally federal institutions, you're having money, which is traversing state lines and everything, and if you are taking in money, which the federal government thinks is the legal how do they even do their taxes in a federal sex. How do they? Account for all this cash and everything for something which the federal government says is a legal. I mean, that's not in the question. It's just like I I don't even know if there is an answer for that there is. And here's what's funny, Moe is I when I talked to these people I talked to the guy I talked to last week about the Bank issue was he you know, he's just an advertising guy that does banners. You know, he's just tangentially attached to this industry. And he says he gets people coming in. And they'll have an an invoice do for say thirty grand. And they'll be hey, can I send a guy over there with a duffle bag of cash? No, he's like walking around with forty thirty forty thousand dollars in cash, but he's like, but here's here's the ironic point to answer your question at the same time, those same duffle bags of cash, and I heard about this when I talked to the city councilman here in Santa Ana this morning. That's how they're paying these taxes and fees and these local and city and state governments are taking those fees and putting that exact same cash into the bake. So here that's the that's the contradiction. And at some point that you know, that needs to be figured out. I don't know if that actually works. Let's say I did some work. Let's say I did a voice over for a commercial for them. And they want to pay me fifteen thousand dollars, and I go to my Bank to posit that cash, and and that obviously is a deposit which is more than ten thousand dollars. So they're gonna look at me like a mystery. Oh, Kelly you have to account for where this money came from. And it seems like money, right? And it's still hitting that same brick wall. It would see drug money and that. And that's the deal. But yet here we are several years into this. I mean a year here in California, but several years for other states, you know, you know, that that have been doing this. So clearly the money is getting in with all the, you know with all the with all the money that's been made. There's all these ancillary services that have been making money as well. And they're depositing that money. So I mean, I guess it's one of those things where in some instances people are looking the other way or it's just a gentlemen's agreement where we're just gonna see where this goes. Well, and it's really fascinating Cormon. Carson. Thank you for what you do. Happy new year and hope to see some likewise. Thank you, sir. This is the Gary and Shannon show. Mokhele Kellyanne for Gary and Shannon, KFI AM six forty when we come back. I wanna go back into the minimum wage discussion because not only did it go up here in California, but around the country, and there's something which is not being discussed and being missed that. When we come back. Monica Rix news. Trailers meant for wildfire survivors have been stolen in northern California. Someone woke up in a mobile home park in reading hearing scraping metal at least followed that stolen trailer and arrested the driver, then found another trailer at the guys brother's house. The brother wasn't arrested, but the but another man was two women engaged for four years have become Australia's first same sex couple to officially Mary. They were wed shortly after midnight today as a new law took effect Australia's, predominantly Catholic..
"first six months" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Yeah. Look, there's a number of different things going on. First off. Remember AT and t. is doing this mega merger with Time Warner. So this is a Tele communications company which is monopolizing the market. We already had an issue with telecommunications companies monopolizing the market. So if you live in certain areas of the country, you have no choice. You have no options. If you want internet. If you want a phone connection, you have to deal with one corporation and one corporation only. So they monopolize the market while simultaneously getting these massive tax benefits, then they outsource the jobs to other countries and they fire a bunch of Americans who rely on these jobs, and it's a number of different things. This is a layered issue layered problem. And just to give you more details on the merger. With Time Warner in the first six months of twenty eighteen AT and t. reported nearly ten billion dollars in profit as the company seeks to finalize his eighty. Five billion dollar merger with Time Warner AT and t. has spent sixteen point four, five billion dollars on stock buybacks. Twenty thirteen including four hundred nineteen million dollars in the second quarter of twenty. Eighteen alone. That's the most that it spent on buyback since twenty fourteen so look, the stock buybacks, the bad behavior. It was happening under Obama's watch. I'm not giving him a pass on that at all, but it's now amplified exceleron under the Trump administration. -solutely clear. I know that people get frustrated sometimes when I keep emphasizing this, but I'm a capitalist. So you wanna make money and you do it in a way that is not harmful to wrestle society. I think we should write the row code of public corporations, so they have a second priority. It's not just the maximize profit. But after that you make a lot of money bless your heart. So look at the money, they're making ten billion dollars. Just the first half of the year. So there's about twenty billion dollars in profit and profit. Okay. But will you don't need is a tax cut when you tells you need, you need a tax cut, otherwise you won't. You won't be able to do good business in America. A preposterous lie only someone who is deeply deeply. Corrupt would tell you that li- like politicians who were bought off by AT and t. and corporations through their donations and people they might want to merge with like people that run cable news stations that are owned by Time Warner, who are probably not doing this story about AT and t. and how they rob you blind. Oh, is that why they're not covering store thing? You know, the funny thing is you tell me media, they're like, that sounds like a conspiracy theory. A public corporation wanna maximize profit is a conspiracy theory. Well, that's the most wide open versus ever been reported. I mean, you have to be have either a childlike innocence or be not very bright to understand how those corporations work. So last thing because this is the to me the worst of the lies. So they said, okay, look where you give them bonuses to everybody because of the tax cuts. And they said they were gonna give a thousand dollars, two hundred thousand employees line ember one was no that had been previously negotiated with the unions. The unions had gotten that thousand dollar bonus for the workers. Then they pretend that it's exact opposite that it was a Republican tax cut that did it. Okay. So that lies bad enough. But the second line stores, they said, oh, we're gonna invest a billion dollars into America and to American workers, and it's gonna create seven thousand jobs. Now, the Communication Workers of American this case a union that would love that, and they would have. Claude eighteen. Sometimes those guys turn around and our guest Democrats because they're like, hey, listen. If you give a tax break or other breaks to the corporation that my guys work at, that's some of it's gonna come to me and they go and support those things. So they are aligned with AT on that count. So they did analysis because they care about the guys that they represent turns out AT and t. since the tax cuts has not added seven thousand jobs, they have done literally the exact opposite. They have fired seven thousand people. Now, again, your businesses and doing well or struggling industry, whatever it might be right again, lay off workers. It happens, but you may ten billion dollars is six months. You didn't have to lay off those workers. You chose to lay off workers..
"first six months" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Getting that second getting that second date you know not always but but the first six months of that 'cause i it was in my mid thirties and my my early twenties didn't really date that much and then it was in sort of like various longterm relationships and then this was the first time i was like i don't wanna be in longterm like let me should i should you know thoughts around yeah did you around did you like it you know i think yes for for for time that was very healthy and good and for time it's sort of unhealthy and you know everybody deserves a sled phase at some point but it was real comfortable with that time in your life or is it i will say i learned so much about myself through dating in that time of my life it was actually so transformative because you're on these like you know tons of essentially job interviews you know and you're talking to people and you start to or maybe maybe you get into a relationship it's like you start seeing how you start learning like how people perceive you and like you start realizing oh this is how i'm annoying this is how i'm helpful to people or keith on dates i i understand that it's almost yeah it's like you're also checking out these different jobs and seeing what you like with each company and seeing what you're compatible with each company and of course because you're simply older.
"first six months" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"No i'm deborah keith igf over the white house for npr scott horsely also komo news i'm kerry johnson i covered the justice department and i'm domenica montonero political editor ira guys is our last podcast of 2017 heck of a year yeah so like back in july i ordered these a shock classes for everyone that we've all been using i believe that said i survived the first six months of 2017 and i think we need new glassware sure 'cause like we have now officially survived while essex motoo twenty seven let's i mean it's it's it's still the regatta user assembler 28th here i mean you did the timestamped bright yeah okay yes so just in case okay so um looking back on the year that was it was this news soon nami and domestic oh you were you were reflecting on this over the weekend around christmas time yeah i think the technical term is board yes i think that may be the technical term you're not board any more no bordering as you have created a monster bit off way more than i could chew with this project but yes and this is the bracket yeah so that our top political story of the year of trying to figure out what we could do at npr to just sort of rank the top political stories of the year maybe talk about a few of them to go through and they were just so many i started listening them off last week and started surveying people around the office and friends and all that and saying like we'll gay will how many stories could we come up with an you know may be sort of rank them or something and i was up to about 32 and other oh thirty two is a good number may be i could do like a bracket out of it because i am a college basketball junky and i've been doing college basketball bracket since i was eight years old so i've always been somebody who sort of ranks and bracket ties as things to just sort of c k how do we how do we say what's more important than something else or better or matches up differently that with something else for this i saw.
"first six months" Discussed on Here & Now
"Every year about eight hundred thousand people in the us have a stroke the months that follower seen as critically important generally any improvements in speech movement and cognitive ability happened during the first six months after that any loss in function is thought to be permanent but a neurosurgeon at stanford has been testing a new adult stem cell therapy that has completely changed this thinking doctor gary steinberg is a professor and the chair of neurosurgery at stanford he's being honored for this work by the smithsonian magazine which is presenting him with one of its american ingenuity awards he joins us now dr steinberg congratulations thanks or rubber well you have a lot to be happy about because and from what reading some of the patients you've worked with dramatically improve even years after their strokes stem cells first of all remind us where adult stem cells do so there are many touch the stem cells of course adult stem cells are are one particular type and um they have the ability to turn a into certain kinds of cells in the body but the interesting thing uh in terms of what we did is that these cells don't actually integrate into the brain longterm and become neurons to reconstitute circuits what they do is to pump out very powerful growth factors molecules and proteins that enhance native mechanisms of recovery such as new synapses of neurons sattar their new blood vessels and they have a very profound effect a modulating the immune system in in that way what we believe they do is to turn the adult brain into a near natal or infant brain which has a lot of ability to recover after injury will in that you the overarching headline here is that the thinking it always been that after several months whatever wasn't functioning was dead you discovered its dormant that's right that was a something we didn't expect we were very pleased to see that these study and eighteen patients showed that the tr.
"first six months" Discussed on WDRC
"Pay more for your first six months herself bright your first term after that the saving sometimes are astronomic call and so you know i think sometimes we get clinton thinking in very short term thinking this is a long game you're going to paint transfer how long you're gonna pay for five years ten years twenty or thirty i mean how are you gonna pay insurance four so if you're trying to play a a twenty year game at a you know wa twomonth thinking you have a problem so some this is strategy and this is what we try to help our customers with this kind of that long game now have some of peace some of the people gotten caught up in this trap of carrying the minimum amount because they had umbrella coverage no umbrellas won't cover you've with if you have the minimum the minimum in most cases that you would have four an umbrella policy would be two hundred fifty thousand per personnel at five hundred thousand precedent the state minimum right now is only twenty thousand per person up to forty thousand per accident so in in it's going up to twenty five fifty so that's that's the increase some not at that would involve an umbrella but it but if you think of a whole monterey and so we were just talking to a home run of the other dana says a fellow i know and i was doing a quote form and he said and i was looking at his previous insurance and he's a state minimum us what are you doing as guides cheap but okay will djokici cheap is one factor i guess he's in the middle of buying a home okay so think about what we're saying if you carry state minimum and let's say the property damage side is ten thousand dollars you hit a fifty thousand.
"first six months" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Time he was an offers just about all that has been dismantled in the first six months of of trump in two wrongs summary times have you heard this no certainly don't make a ride uh you know daca is still out and i got to be honest with you if i was in the infant brought to this country and i've been here for eighteen nineteen years this is the only country i know the only language i know the only culture i know the only constitution i know i'm not too sure that i'm wouldn't be open to try and figure out some waiting for those people to stay now certainly i don't want any more because that's a violation of our immigration law uh but you know why should i be booted out of the country when i got here through no fault of my own i mean you know you have to be open does some of this you've got to be opened to some compromise no one's 100 percent rider hundred persson of the time no one's one hundred percent wrong one hundred percent of the time but i understand what you're saying if there you still have to go through the process bill in palm beach bill thanks for waiting how you doing bill good how're you doing right good but i just kinda era communication is excellent regarding the topic tonight thank you just try to tell you very briefly allstar happy to blog this hand golf club that donald trump does at about three years ago swelled but poor he was inaugurated it out of putting it read we just did i could see was all talked up his chip like a big big oil sharia court edge english trump you know look like your character but but anyway so don't give you a story he says disco bala if we kick at him at a here he's a i don't know what i'm going to do but i'm gonna do suck it shows a at trade guy to his wife natalia to money to the to the ah hurricane scituate and just uh you know he's doing this for us for him are not why aimed at.
"first six months" Discussed on WTVN
"First six months of 2017 of at the same time frame last year abc six has been garbrecht says that's taken a toll on fire and franklin county were up eighty eight percent for the first six months of 2017 of at the same time frame last year abc six has been garbrecht says that's taken a toll on firefighters sick columbus fire chief says his medics easter a spot to an overdose of mercy about twelve times a month now the responding to 12 a tech doctor and now he ortiz is offices eighty percent of those were the result of opiate use preston is an is the us news pick for the nation's top university looking for a high of like titties admissions were taken into account this is the seventh year in a row princeton has been at the top of the list and the first year the us news websites including salary data in its listing selectivity admissions were taken into account this is the seventh year in a row princeton has been at the top of the list and the first year the us news website is including salary data in its listings reclosed capital care if toledo in 2014 was constitutional lower courts have ruled state lawmakers were wrong to prevent public hospitals from accepting abortion clinic patients in case of emergencies the hospitals been allowed to operate while the appeals are pending coverage on casic says the nation's debt hitting me twenty trillion dollar plateaus not cause for celebration it just means that we have slower economic growth twenty trillion dollars it's just like impossible to even try to think about that but at the end of the day if we can we can begin to reduce our debt it will create more job opportunities for our families which is what we all want and carrying major diseases at the root of a new research and funding built the state house cures for diseases like cancer diabetes and.
"first six months" Discussed on NPR News Now
"The white house says this is no time for talking to north korea and its vowing to step up the economic and military pressure was on pure as michelle kelman reports the un general is worried about what he calls an alarming situation the un security council is considering even more sanctions on north korea and secretary general antonio guterro says it's crucial that the international community remains united he says north korea is needlessly and recklessly putting millions of people at risk let us promote the dialogue and communication necessary is to avoid miscalculation and misunderstanding confrontational authority may leads to unintended consequences a white house spokesperson says all options around the table the deal with north korea adding the us is not focus for now on talks michelle kelemen npr news the state department finished horn maker lego known for its colorful plastic building blocks plans to cut about fourteen hundred jobs eur eight percent of its workforce lego in announcing the cuts that it now prepares to reset the company revenues at lego fell by two point four billion dollars the first six months of this year major down session on wall street today amid concerns about the worsening situation with north korea the dow dropped 100 and 34 points the nasdaq was down fifty nine points today you're listening to npr even as the trump administration at times as continue to push its border wall with mexico events may be overtaking the project all it's needed to be done to begin building was the at the congressional approval but now the money's being allocated for victims of hurricane harvey which could delay things harvey forced tens of thousands from their homes and rebuilding costs are likely to be in the tens of billions of dollars congress could face even more expenses of hurricane arm of strikes.
"first six months" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To schedule an appointment today i thought that the president was on vacation who's holding a major briefing on the opioid crisis today at three redmond stir new jersey's just tweeted out after many years of failure countries are coming together to farm address the dangers posed by north korea we must be tough and this yeah but if you have river the media he's on vacation these golfing news seventeen days and came under donald now he's a noisy more that's right in malaysia warned after a vital way of here's a fast fact for you one point one million less folks on food stamps as another one you can add to the positive achievements of president trump and the first six months a million more people off of food stamps jarwani's in at least borchert give them at a pizza all right little a reward of true so you you got their serve progressive radical richard blumenthal the former attorney general connecticut is now senator from connecticut which is pretty much a marxist state these days he was out there criticized the president the other day that president trump was weaponising the justice department with attorney general jeff sessions well you hit trump he's gonna hit your back twice as hard and that he did trump ripping liberal senator richard blumenthal on monday quote their drew this is all that on twitter interesting to watch senator blumenthal of connecticut talking about hoax russian collusion when he was a phony vietnam conartist never in us history is anyone larder defrauded voters like senator blumenthal he told stories about as vietnam battles and car guus how bravery was it was all alive he cried like a baby and begged her forgiveness like a child now he's judging collude jim and of course blumenthal has responded our national security and the rule of law are at stake and i am not going to be distracted or bully five floors thought what your mobley deeds on and go home the unbelievable the numbers are kerosene maxine who said the other day that alan dershowitz was a racist because he was.
"first six months" Discussed on WTMA
"Dollar volume figures for its first six months of the year the firm handled one hundred one closed transactions from january through june that's to more than last year during the same period by the darrell dollar volume jumped nine and a half for the first half of the year the firms closed total sales volume tallied one hundred thirty nine point one million for an average of one boy three eight million a year earlier transactions total hundred twenty seven million or an average of one point two eight million well summer term can be great for staying up layton sleeping and but once school start said early alarmed clock can be a bit of a shock principles say now's the time to get back into your routine that means start waking your kids up at the time they'll be getting ready for school sending peres principle at whiteside elementary says not only got to help the child was chace briscoe but if arctic and held the whole family so what is your warning gonna look like this going starts on and working with that when duncan shell like traffic are other obstacles that having again having having materials rattled go materials play all for stepping and it's time to head back to that school year bedtime perez says just establishing the routines now it may feel like it's a little bit early but it'll really cut down on the stress and help your job be more successful when the school year starts in that's happening the week of august twenty actually the week starting around august 20th the 21st and 22nd a lot of the kids will be going back to school on those days depending on where you live also in the news this morning the justice department and other agencies are waging a multi state crackdown on illegal fishing for valuable baby eagles who responded barbara kusak fills us in the the american yields or elvers earn important piece of the worldwide sushi industry but their fish legally in only two us states meaning in south carolina federal authorities say illegal fishing for alvarez jeopardizes the longterm sustainability the species investigation has yielded fifteen guilty pleas involving illegal trafficking of about four million dollars worth of albers those elvers can be sold for more.
"first six months" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The way things have have turned out the first six months that's right you you know president trump knows that he's mass six months and a little bit and the his presidency with with a lot of chaos and disorder frankly and has white house and because of that in part there's no legislative achievements than he wanted general kelly to come in to whip the place and if say to bring that kind of military discipline and precision to the business that goes on in the west wing and and part of that involves getting the staff in line kelly and has now empowered to overrule all of these factions within the white house everybody's going to reporter threw him and it's important to know that kelly if not of any of these factions he's respected and well liked by the nationalist by the trump loyalist by the trump family folks like jared and a vodka trump and also by the republican establishment figures who remain in the white house they light kelly and at least for now they seem to be willing to behave have we jonathan heard from let's hear mucci i'd rather not comment on my own conversations so with had a statement from the white house press secretary i mean one thing i would say at just in terms of what went down here is there are some reports coming out that the trump family women were horrified and disgusted by his language which is his plight by they're the most absurd sodas retrospective analysis to try and put a nice cut his paid on all of these in real time we went up getting you know the hara the horror off to his after those comments leaked doubt about what he said say riley's the new yorker donald trump's initial reaction was amusement he thought it was funny later that evening we started to see the bad coverage pile on and on he stabbed to get angry my understanding he said he called scaramucci that evening and and told him what he thought about it at the next day he was joking about it sangyo can you believe this guy he's crazy what am i gonna do with him it was very hotted this was very much a general kelly decision they this was general kelly from the very outset sending a signal that he was in charge that everyone goes through him that was.
"first six months" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from npr news in washington i'm windsor johnston attorney general jeff sessions and the national intelligence director are discussing efforts to combat leaks of classified information session says the justice department has tripled the number of investigations into unauthorized leaks adding that four people had already been charged in the first six months of this administration the department of justice is already received nearly as many criminal referrals involving on authorize disclosures of classified information as we've received in the previous three era his combined session says those staggering number of leaks undermines the ability of the government to protect the country and that the culture of leaking sensitive information must stop congress has adjourned for this summer the house left town last week and the senate cast its last votes today on a handful of noncontract of herschelle measures before heading home for the rest of the month and pr susan davis reports the senate cut short its plan to work through half of the usual monthlong august break the collapse of republicans healthcare legislation last week derailed that planned senators instead reached quick agreement to approve bills affecting veterans in the drug industry as well as dozens of stalled nominees waiting to serve in the trump administration congress left tone quietly and without much in terms of major legislative achievements but a very busy fall awaits lawmakers republicans have to pass a budget approved spending bills and raise the nation's borrowing limit republicans are also shifting their focus to the next major legislate eight of push to overhaul the federal tax code the white house says president trump wants a bill on his desk by november susan davis npr news washington excessive heat warnings remain in place along the west coast the national weather service says warnings happen issued from northern california to washington state alerts have also in posted in.
"first six months" Discussed on How I Built This
"Thousand dollars so at what point did kickstarter become profitable i think you know the first six months not at all no revenue um i think within a year after that spy within the first eighteen months regarding the block while and you were this the ceo i was the city and how did you met guess as kickstarter became more and more popular a lot of companies that we're making sort of gadgets and text things were using kickstarter as a way to kind of prototype they're they're thing that was out there some companies raise millions of dollars i guess that at a certain point you guys just said enough were not doing this anymore and you think the quote they're red that you gave was were not a store you kind of stopped allowing to be used as a platform for for these kinds of things right well it's it's not as an entirely accurate i mean basically what happened was the we created kind of additional process for product design projects and they had more of a review process and other projects maybe and more classical creative areas like an album but didn't and that was really because you know we saw that there was a danger people kind of approaching kickstarter and things that are being put up there like a new product as i'm buying this like i'm buying something on amazon like oh it's going to calm exactly in the date that they're saying and we felt that that needs to be understood that kicks are is not a store listen if you support a short film you don't expect this short film to be the best short film you ever saw right but when people buy like a gadget.