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CDC's vaccine advisers recommend Pfizer COVID-19 boosters for younger teens
"A a government government advisory advisory panel panel is is recommending recommending younger younger teens teens received received booster booster shots shots of of the the Fizer Fizer covert covert vaccine vaccine advisers advisers to to the the U. U. S. S. centers centers for for disease disease control control are are agreeing agreeing with with the the FTA FTA opinion opinion the the children children ages ages twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen can can safely safely get get a a booster booster shot shot to to protect protect them them against against Kobe Kobe eight eight nineteen nineteen the the approval approval comes comes as as the the U. U. S. S. battles battles the the Omicron Omicron variant variant surge surge and and schools schools are are struggling struggling with with how how to to restart restart classes classes amid amid the the spike spike the the CDC's CDC's director director Dr Dr Rochelle Rochelle Wilensky Wilensky is is the the one one who who makes makes the the final final decision decision the the advisers advisers voted voted the the Fizer Fizer booster booster shot shot is is safe safe for for the the younger younger teens teens and and should should be be offered offered five five months months after after their their last last vaccine vaccine was was given given last last month month the the CDC CDC open open boosters boosters as as an an option option for for sixteen sixteen and and seventeen seventeen year year olds olds now now the the panels panels making making a a stronger stronger statement statement that that they they should should get get the the extra extra dose dose I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
CDC considering approving Pfizer boosters for more younger teens
"I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker a a CDC CDC panel panel will will meet meet today today to to decide decide whether whether to to recommend recommend Fizer Fizer boosters boosters for for teens teens twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen years years old old as as coded coded surges surges on on Monday Monday the the FDA FDA endorsed endorsed the the plan plan and and said said boosters boosters can can be be given given five five months months after after the the last last vaccine vaccine dose dose instead instead of of six six plus plus children children aged aged five five to to eleven eleven was was severely severely weakened weakened immune immune systems systems will will be be allowed allowed a a third third dose dose twenty twenty eight eight days days after after their their second second again again the the CDC CDC will will need need to to sign sign off off on on that that Fizer Fizer is is still still doing doing a a study study for for children children under under five five meanwhile meanwhile as as the the long long lines lines for for covert covert tests tests continue continue the the CDC CDC is is still still not not mandating mandating them them for for a a symptomatic symptomatic people people ending ending isolation isolation after after five five days days instead instead of of ten ten the the agency agency is is however however adding adding to to its its guidance guidance that that anyone anyone who who wants wants should should opt opt for for rapid rapid test test and and if if positive positive isolate isolate for for another another five five days days I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker
CDC signs off on Pfizer extra dose measures
"Health health officials officials estimate estimate the the Omicron Omicron variant variant accounted accounted for for the the vast vast majority majority of of new new coronavirus coronavirus infections infections last last week week the the CDC's CDC's newest newest estimate estimate is is almost almost crying crying because because some some ninety ninety five five percent percent of of new new cases cases suggesting suggesting a a dramatic dramatic swing swing in in just just one one month month in in late late November November delta delta very very it it was was causing causing more more than than ninety ninety nine nine and and a a half half percent percent of of new new infections infections more more than than two two point point two two million million cases cases were were reported reported in in the the last last week week in in the the U. U. S. S. the the CDC CDC is is also also recommending recommending people people who who receive receive to to Pfizer Pfizer vaccine vaccine shots shots get get their their booster booster five five months months after after the the last last dose dose instead instead of of six six it's it's not not recommending recommending changing changing the the booster booster interval interval for for the the other other vaccines vaccines two two months months for for Johnson Johnson and and Johnson Johnson six six months months for for Madura Madura Sager Sager mag mag on on me me at at the the White White House House
FDA expands Pfizer boosters for more teens as omicron surges
"The the federal federal government government is is moving moving a a step step closer closer to to expanding expanding cove cove it it nineteen nineteen booster booster shots shots for for more more Americans Americans boosters boosters are are already already recommended recommended for for everyone everyone sixteen sixteen and and older older and and the the food food and and drug drug administration administration now now says says they're they're also also warranted warranted for for twelve twelve to to fifteen fifteen year year olds olds regulators regulators say say kids kids of of those those agents agents can can get get a a booster booster as as early early as as five five months months after after their their last last dose dose rather rather than than six six months months the the CDC CDC is is expected expected to to rule rule later later this this week week on on whether whether to to recommend recommend that that while while Kobe Kobe nineteen nineteen tends tends to to cause cause less less severe severe illness illness in in children children child child hospitalizations hospitalizations have have been been rising rising during during the the Omicron Omicron wave wave mostly mostly among among the the unvaccinated unvaccinated Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
Israel urges hard line against Iran at nuclear talks
"Israeli Israeli prime prime minister minister Naftali Naftali Bennett Bennett is is urging urging world world leaders leaders to to take take a a hard hard line line against against Iran Iran and and nuclear nuclear deal deal negotiations negotiations as as world world powers powers sit sit down down with with Iran Iran in in Vienna Vienna in in hopes hopes of of restoring restoring the the tiger tiger twenty twenty fifteen fifteen nuclear nuclear deal deal Israel Israel watches watches with with growing growing concern concern over over possible possible renegotiations renegotiations last last week's week's talks talks in in Vienna Vienna resumed resumed after after a a more more than than five five month month hiatus hiatus and and we're we're the the first first in in which which Iran's Iran's new new hard hard line line government government participated participated at at an an important important step step forward forward for for the the U. U. S. S. after after former former president president Donald Donald Trump Trump was was strong strong encouragement encouragement from from Israel Israel withdrew withdrew from from the the deal deal in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen Bennett's Bennett's top top defense defense and and intelligence intelligence officials officials headed headed to to Washington Washington to to discuss discuss the the flailing flailing talks talks and and says says Iran Iran must must begin begin to to pay pay a a price price for for its its violations violations I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon
"five months" Discussed on The 3:59
"With the iPhone. Right. You know? Yeah, sassy, you sort of mentioned Sony a couple of times as so that the legacy risk. I'm curious, given that 85% market share, that kind of dominance you had in the digital music player market. Did you see a card anyone as the competition was at other digital media players or music player device makers, or was it something I was like, what did you sort of see as the competitive risk there? Well, it was always what's the surprise? You know what would be the surprise? So it was always us doing the research on different storage, different displays, different audio formats, different other features, or like, what who could surprise us? So we've made sure we understood the landscape so that we could always best ourselves. And if we were the best and we bested ourselves, it's unlikely someone was going to just best us with every one of those features. We see people in the, you know, in the Android world, all trying to catch up either Samsung or apple and they get there, but then they there's only so much technology bits in the world that you can pull from because you can't make it all yourself, right? And so if you have a really great research arm and we did, we have a whole team just dedicated and looking at every bit so that we had the very, very latest. That included PCB technology, you know, the printed circuit boards that we were doing everything like, even new materials for bumpers for the hard drives. And ways of making it more rigid. So when you sat in it's set in your pocket and you were sitting on it, right? It wasn't going to flex and break. So these are the kind of things that, you know, we were always on top. And we were always like, well, we're always one step ahead. I think the real competition came when we saw cell phones getting data. It cell phones starting to tend to be two and a half G starting to look like sidekicks, starting to say, oh, we're going to put on MP3s and sideload them, not, you know, not digitally stream them or but actually just use a cable or cable to put it in. And that's when you start going, Nokia's now starting to put MP3 player functionality on their stuff. People are only going to carry one device, which one's going to be their go to device. Communications plus media or just media. You know, that's spurred us into action in 2000 and 8 more early 5. You know, apple at the time and we were all looking at the Mac was the digital hub of your media. So all these different things. So what other devices we're out there? So there was digital cameras, video cameras. These kinds of things going, oh, should we go build some of these? So once we get the iPod, what are the input ones, input devices that we could, you know, video input, what have you. And so we started looking at looking at it and it was like, yeah. Now, the market's not big enough. Can we really innovate? All this lens technology and that's we made the ice like camera to learn about cameras. So I say camera if you remember, it looked like a little silver silver cylinder. And now it's built in every Mac..
Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem
"Knows very, very well. That he is doing bad things because he's in a game where you have to influence the balance of power. It's politics, you strong armed people. This is how we do it, and he's been doing it. For half a century. So if anybody knows how to do it, he does. So, Yeah, I think he does things in a ferry ASL E. I think he does things out of muscle memory because he's an old school politician, right? So It comes as no surprise to me that he's now getting criticized by his friends on the left. Because they he's embarrassing their brand. They're supposed to be the progressive brand the brand. It says No, we're doing good things for America, right? If you like your doctor, you can keep them and he says things like Well, you know, I got every legs are blonde and the kids. They put their hand in the pool and they rub them up and down my leg, and I learned about Roaches. And he says all these crazy things that you're like What? What are you saying? Men so Chuck Todd comes out and he says, You know what? Whether it's the border Afghanistan nuclear deals, covid Biden has a big credibility crisis. Let me tell you something. When your colleagues the fake news media that's there to make you look good. Tell you that you have a credibility problem. That's a big problem. Check this out so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour on Friday, where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over Isis actually killed a group of civilians, including seven Children. France, recalling its ambassador from from Washington because of that nuclear deal, they were cut out of between the United States and the UK and Australia and also the Covid booster news. That all came on Friday. How is the White House managing all this? And what do you expect to hear from the president at the U. N on Tuesday? Well, look, I think he's got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways Showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite Afghanistan withdrawal wasn't gonna be messy. This wasn't going to look like Saigon. The booster shots. He came out, and he essentially said eight months and even indicated maybe we should start as soon as five months Now. We're not sure if anybody under 65 is going to get a booster shot. So you know he's had. And of course, the border has been. You know whether this you could we can talk about the border problems could say there's years in the making, but it's pretty clear. We have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. And this is a these policies have turned into becoming a magnet, so he's got a lot of work to do. You Dang right. He's got a lot of work to do. Joe
Biden Currently Battling 'Pretty Big Credibility Crisis'
"You got thousands and thousands of haitian illegals in del rio texas. You've got a drone strike. Where biden was going to show the world. How tuffy was takeout some isis k. Terrorists instead he wiped out a family of ken. Seven children three none of the isis k. Targets apparently were taken out. France's live with us. They recalled their ambassador from washington because of a nuclear deal that we cut france out of and then you got the vitamin ministration. Promising boosters are going to begin today that he said that last week and the fda came along and said not so fast not so fast. No boosters at least now except if you're sixty five or older or vulnerable when you're losing chuck todd of meet the press. You might have a problem. Check out this exchange between willie geist of nbc and chuck todd over biden's now. Chuck todd characterizes it as a pretty big credibility crisis. I would call it a catastrophe. Listen to this so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour. On friday where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over isis actually killed a group of civilians including seven children france recalling its ambassadors from from washington because of that nuclear deal. They were cut out of between the united states and the uk and australia and also the kobe booster news. That all came on friday. How is the white house managing all this. And what do you expect to hear from the president at the u. n. on tuesday. Well look i think he's got a pretty big a credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite afghanistan withdrawal wasn't going to be messy. This wasn't gonna look like saigon. The booster shots he came out and he essentially said eight months and even indicated. Maybe we should started as soon as five months now. We're not sure of anybody under sixty five is going to get a booster shot. So he's had of course the border has been you know whether this could. We can talk about the border problems. You could say there's years in the making but the it's pretty clear we have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. Wow chuck todd of meet the press saying that biden has a pretty big credibility crisis.
Biden Administration Plans Expulsion of Haitian Migrants near Texas Border
"New administration is facing pushback over. Its plan to move those haitian migrants who are camp beneath a bridge on the us side of the border with mexico near del. Rio texas carleen. Joseph is with the activist group. Haitian bridge alliance. People have literally been spending five months on a journey dying on the way on me to be met with extreme violence again. only to be deported. Back to the same you know a disaster to the earthquake zones that they have fled homeland. Security department has announced plans to remove the migrants deportation. Flights are expected to start today.
A Space for Mom's to Be More Than 'Just Moms' With Mom Halo Founder, Alana Kayfetz
"Halo which was previously known as moms. Te'o mom's toronto was to me like an act of desperation. When i was looking for my girls crew is looking for moms to like connect with and everywhere i went like people didn't talk to each other. It was really weird dynamic. I come from a twelve year history of a community builder. Fundraiser working nonprofit sector. Have always sort of been a gatherer of people and organizer of stuff so i was looking for my crew and i couldn't really find them so i had just moved into the neighborhood. We live now. I'm a young mom. I have my babies. Maybe five months old and i just like flew out on a local facebook page. I'm okay. I'm looking for some moms. Who wanna come over to my house to just maybe hang out at byu. Ob bring your babies. Your boobs in your bottles and bottles met lake. I was obviously like your your baby bottle. Your wine bottle. Hello whatever that was in two thousand. Sixteen that i thought was really clever. And lo and behold like nineteen random. Women's showed up to my like my matchbook cows. They're like i remember. This french canadian woman was like what's the catch. What are you trying to sell me on. Like absolutely nothing. My husband is a retired shops. Like beautiful feud we had like twelve bottles of wine. And we just. I had this aha moment of like moms. Just want to have their identity. Were their moms and also have a baby on everything. Baby baby baby all the time so. I really leaned in hard to this leg putting mom i like baby on the head wide on the lab. That's how it came. In to be. Rene then i remember that year. That was a really cool event in toronto that i really want to go to. It was like a very busy like food and beverage event. And i want to wear my white dress and i wanted to shut my baby with me and i went to go buy tickets. It was like a three hundred dollars ticket and the like. I'm sorry you can't come into nineteen event. I was like my baby is in a stroller. Like you can't bring the baby after this shit. I'm gonna create an event that looks and feels as beautiful as boozy. That's food and beverage where women can bring their baby. And that's how the first ever very mommy wine festival came to be with this like really leaning hard into finding a place where moms could come be themselves have a glass of wine and hang out with their babies fast forward years later and that's secretion of our community now which is now known as the mom halo. We pivoted hard because we realized we were serving women with our virtual digital content that we're like very much outside of the greater toronto area so very canadian following and we still sort of hit hard with i would say epa content. That's both virtual. We are in person really fun and it's not about why right. It's on about getting drunk and being fraternity girls. It's about permission right. It's about giving moms permission to say it's okay for you to be both. You can love being mom behaving mom. You can exercise five days a week. If that's your thing not my thing but if that's your thing and you wanna drink on the weekends that's your thing like just do you like whatever you is just
"five months" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"In china you can get three versions not the too many people get only in the china market that tesla offers the cheaper sa version of its losses these standard range version. Personally i just wish they would sell them on the why here in the in right hand drive foam ahead of its indian debut test meal of model y has been spotted without camouflage driving on indian roads while founds were sure that tesla's fest product for india would be the model three. Looks like it'll be model. Why well maybe anyway. At least we'd know model wise testing to more stories to go and the go cycle g. Four one of the newest additions to the award. Winning go cycle range. These are really striking bikes founded in the thousands by former mclaren designer. Rich thorpe improving the go cycle for twenty years. The latest example is innovation. They say where necessary but keeping the best bits of previously update from the g three the g x models is talk from a standing start that previously kicked in at four miles an hour. Syfy setting away on a hill. Traffic lights helps you even more. Also kyle have review saying. What's the go cycle suggests forty miles of range. And i'm thinking as i'm reading this i would love one of these small ties not folding but it's small ties very striking you know. I would invest a little more in this because it looks cool and It would be a great to have for a few years the g. four is a folding bike With the finance they say a regular e bike. The cost is three thousand four hundred pounds. Wow for a small mike So i stopped reading when i stopped laughing thought year. I won't be buying one of those I might do if you'd be interested in this just for a laugh. I might buy a cheap folding bike. I dunno alley express or something and then say if i can also get a battery and a motor. I make my own as kind of gauge project. But that'd be cool. I'm gonna to spend too much though. Really the final story today took about the hyundai five going up against competition the q. Atrium post to and model three com magazine written a group test. And they say that if you look past tesla's toy box the achingly cool style of the ionic five the strobe lights of the audi key for hr on the pulse vegan interior. It's a tough job to decide. Which ev to actually buy depending on your appetite for over functional coolness over capability. There's a brilliant article income magazine. Do you want to make a statement or as you plug in all be reassured by familiarity if it's the latter they say by a q. Four each ron well-judged introduction to electrification was the phrase. They used a. Yeah if you like the look of an audi being inside and out. This is not a million miles away. magazine do conclude spoil the whole article four. You gotta read it really. It's a it's a long read for the weekend. I really like it. They say that the model three just feels normal now rivals. How having to turn up the innovation. Dial to catch up to tesla and cali tested. It was model three long range. I said it does. It does what it says on the tin with razor sharp driving an improved cabin. And the best ev skill set on the planet's they say Yeah you know. I was decode that within the best skill set. So i think it's the best powertrain although i you know i haven't driven the audi q. For each on but his emmy platform so it's four in saudi clothing. I've driven the five That's amazing. But i still think tesla have the best ivytech by software best charging that work and the thing that never gets talked about efficiency doesn't doesn't we never talk about what hours per kilometer. What hours per mile and we absolutely should because anybody can put a big battery into navy and go with the big headline number but the holy grail is a lighter evey that goes the same distance and you do that through increased efficiency and i still think that in a preemie wrong. I happily be proven wrong. I still believe that. At motorway speeds seventy eighty miles an hour. Tesla still have the best efficiency which means smaller battery light a car. You know less in theory less battery means they can either charge less or make more margin but he the way the less resources going into a car. That's what you want. And then every mentioned efficiency in this article but we should be talking about it. Why you anyway. I've been talking enough. Question of the week will be on a separate podcast today as.
"five months" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"You are looking at february march here in the uk as well. I don't think that's wild as in you know i remember when the enero and the counter were twelve months when they fuss when they they went online at least hit. That was a while to white. What do you think about wait times. Maybe that's a question of the week to begin from tomorrow. That's not a bad idea. Okay coming up on the podcast very soon. A guinness world record with an av truck and in australia. A master plan for new thousand fast charges. Stick around. That's on the way now. Though story of uk legislations close to home for me but maybe this would be suitable for way. You live around the world and listening to this podcast. If pending legislation becomes law own new home construction will include av charging installations new office buildings part of the plan to For every five parking spaces a space to charge the consultation document begins with saying we are proposing to ulcer building regulations for knee residential buildings to include requirements for electric vehicle charge points new nonresidential buildings For ev charge point infrastructure and existing nonresidential buildings to have ev charge points The article clean technica dot com says that billed as the first of its kind in the world. This will require all charges to be smart devices connected. And that will enable batteries to be replenished without overloading the grid such connectivity language in the legislation will have the effect promoting overnight charging which is very sensible so that data connection can communicate with the car to make sure that it's fully charged by the time you want to leave in the morning. The new charge points might be as simple as level two charges in suburban garish. Or bank of dc false charges in an undergrad office. Parking lot cop because we have called an air. And you wouldn't believe. I'm not going to name the publications that went with this but there is a part of this idea but says if the grid is very busy or expensive or dirty during the day a peak time that the smart charges would be like in a default state turning your ev charging off and then charging overnight of course all the national not all but many of the national tabloid newspapers here ran with yukon. Charge your electric car. During the day the government will turn off your charger. Well they got a in some of these. Newspapers read by idiots written by idiots. Bolt by idiots is a bit of an echo chamber in those kind of some of those tabloids at least and only cat like i love my friends on social media today Reaching out on twitter to people. That have been commenting on this Brain dead numskulls take to twitter. I'm one of those off the time but criticizing ebays and very very patiently explaining. No that's not the case. I don't bother anymore given up because they'll be driving v in five ten or fifteen years when i don't care anymore right i enjoy I know that's not my responsibility. But i certainly could help the argument if i joined in. But i'm not i like talking to you. I like talking to people that are really curious that are open minded i pleasure anymore banging my head against a brick wall west that phrase about arguing with an idiot you have to low yourself to that level and then that bets are being stupid and they win. The arguments was effect. So i just don't engage anymore. People you drive on ebay. You can't judge during the day. And i know it's a nightmare. We run out of electricity all the time and they go away very very happy. I'm the energy anymore to deal with the the these these skills next talk about guinness world being modified for the volvo electric truck a nivo vote. It's not new has been modified a volvo. Pure electric directed a thousand nine hundred nine kilometers on a single charge. Just one kilometer away from eleven hundred gutted. Three european firms d- The delivery company continental and futura come which i haven't Involved in the guinness world record for the longest distance covered by e v truck without stopping. This truck has been modified to achieve this. It was pulled out of the dvd fleet off six months of us. It's not a brand new custom designed truck for the purpose Nineteen truck has six hundred eighty horsepower. But it had a six hundred eighty kilowatt hour battery. Pack is the largest truck battery you can buy in europe. Six hundred eighty wells. It was on a bank track. It was two point. Eight kilometers on the oval. It wasn't like going around the five miles an hour. Because i wouldn't have report on that then because it would be pointless thing. It was doing a fifty fifty now which is not bad. Actually three hundred ninety two laps of the track Four and a half hour shift reached drive up and dvd saying actually like kinda mimics daily average that speed of fifty kilometers an hour weather conditions were wet and windy gala and the record breaking took twenty three hours to drive this truck on a single charge. She says ev trucks won't go very well. Six hundred hundred kilowatt hour battery though. That's mega next. Let's go to australia and down on the new south. Wales is releasing a master plan for a thousand ultra fast charging stations. The government is released. Details ritz ev. Master plan with a thousand high-powered charges along major routes Well they say ultrafast charges so they might be talking like hundred kilowatt plus because hp. I kind of think hunt. Three hundred and fifty be catholic. Say an interactive map. We'll guide network owners where they should install these facilities according to the the driven dot. I o. the plan for the rollout. They say of these charges which they say all three hundred fifty kilowatt charges. But i would like to get clarification of thousand vote. That'd be mega was unveiled by the transport minister and promising a big. Ev charging that work in new south. Wales with thousand charging bays in place by two thousand twenty seven so yep it of a white but not too bad tesla a raising the price of the model. Why but for our chinese friends. I've never looked at my chinese. Can you get this podcast in china. I hope so. There's no reason that the the internet wouldn't serve this rubbish. However for our chinese friends the middle gets more expensive. They have escalated the bryce of the performance version of made in china by another ten thousand yuan. That's about one and a half thousand dollars. Two point six percent of the previous price. They say it's because of high manufacturing costs. According to finance dot yahoo dot com the prices of the other versions the standard range model y and long range model. Why remain altered yes..
"five months" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast
"Coming up the podcast. Twelve hundred and nine as a five-month white for some of the more popular e vs and when it get worse. We'll find out on the podcast. Today we see some pushback against the latest ideas for the us. Evey incentives a guinness world record for an av truck and an electric bike will review. We'll good morning good afternoon all good evening wherever you're listening in the world welcome tweenies daily and sunday twelve th of september monday ms nelson li like after every story. So you don't have to. We'll start with. It's great news about ravine getting very close now to delivering customer cars and part of the driving. Experience is always how you charge. Tesla of course has the supercharging network when people ask me. What's the best thing about. Tesla's i'd say the software even though i think it's best in class i don't say the power even think it's best in class. I say the supercharging network Pretty much go way you want. And don't worry about whether the charges will be operational or out of order but riven. Wanna get this slice of the action held that customers to go beyond just the tarmac and the concrete according to review in forums the first charges which waypoint charges a now installed at utah north of moab that level to that two hundred and forty volts. Not the quickest that for overnight charging well a full charge will indeed take all night but not ready a problem because you get that you pitch tents you park up you plug in. You can even plug your tent equipments etc into your riven and the new network includes false charges capable of one hundred and forty miles of range in twenty minutes. No one will not took about those ones here. We also don't know whether non review and onus will have access to the fos- charges all the level two or neither or both we don't know of course there is on the horizon a lot of money coming out of us government at least incentives for building out charging infrastructure. Now think one of the givens. Now i've ever seen it written or maybe it has not missed it. I think it's a given if you run a closed network. You can't go subsidy. Truffle hunting within it'll knows only going Looking for the subsidies oh comic is do it by the white say. What can we get free money. Can we get if you run a close network. There's no chance again any of it. So if review and say well we're going to open up at least the level twos. We're gonna open up charges if tesla say well we're gonna open up you know i don't know but forestalls each station or something. It won't be all of them all of a sudden you unlocking some free cash and he all companies like little bit of incentive little tax break etc. And so we'll wait and see. I think that might be the reason why we see more of these. Formerly closed networks becoming open if not all of them. I think highly unlikely all of them. But at least maybe one or two stolz per station white and see but talking about incentives. There is one company who particularly doesn't want the latest evey incentives in the us to make this way through to being signed off and that is our good friends at toyota. The japanese automakers toyota lobbying the house committee to reject the tax credit expansion which will help electric vehicles become more popular. Toyota said while the company does support the mission to reduce carbon emissions. They believe the proposal to give additional tax credit so he vs that were made in the. Us by unionized. Workers is discriminatory two days ago on friday. The house democrats introduced a proposal to expand the tax credit system for vs most. Tv's have a tax credit seven. A thousand dollars get a union made one twelve and a half thousand dollars. According to the hill dot com. Well general motors ford sta lantis. Which owns chrysler would of course all benefit because they do use. Us unionized workforce is still several union. Groups have issued their support for the proposal in addition to four gm's lantis as well butts Toyota have join a line in the sign and said we will fight you for this. They do not approve of increased incentives to help people by clean green zero emission electric vehicles if it means They can't use that. Nonunionized workforce political issue isn't it and so I'm sure you'll have an opinion. Probably either way on that. I'd love tonight. Democrats say the for five years. The legislation will implement seven and a half thousand dollars at a point of sale kashima rebate. This is not a tax credit. The idea that was unveiled two days ago is about you. Know my friend told molecules From the inside of podcast he goes at money on the hood which i love or cash on the hood. Seven hundred thousand dollar point of sale consumer rebate for vs on another four hundred thousand dollars. If it's made in the us in a unionized facility and another five hundred dollars on top if the battery is made in the us for the next five years after that seven thousand dollars base credit only applying. Tv's made in the us But the other two incentives will say stay the same. According to detroit news dot com the first five years should incentivize the adoption and domestic battery production. The lots of half should narrow it to domestic producers so this article well if you buy a sedan on the five thousand dollars a commercial van on the sixty four an suv under sixty nine and a pickup truck on seventy four thousand dollars. Those the cut offs the thresholds for these credits individuals with adjusted gross income of up to four hundred thousand dollars all households. Up to eight hundred thousand dollars can use the program. Wow so i would have put something like you. A join household income of maybe one hundred k. On this Join household income. Maybe eighteen hundred twenty. That is a lot of money For the average person and it would help them get into an ivy. If you're earning more if you're earning six figures dea need free money to help you buy a car. Probably not i'm guessing however threshold is eight hundred thousand dollars joint income that seems enormously high. If i'm a couple almost a million dollars a year They all we need some help from the government to buy out our new car please. We haven't got any money. Have too much sympathy for them next. We'll talk about extended delivery times in the us at least according to the new updates to the online design studio the entry level model three standard range plus so cheap as chips version of the model three the entry level one. That's been pushed back to february. That's about five months six months from now the long range and performance version still december a similar situation according to inside. Tv's dot com concerns model. Y long range is now february performance. A little bit sooner model three standard range plus has two hundred and sixty two miles now one mile less than before. I don't know why seal team six to forty two kilometers according to inside davies The range of the model s. plaid has gone up by six miles to three nine. Six from three ninety is heading towards the psychologically very important four hundred miles of range on the epa ranger model as plot as for other long-term deliveries cooled kia last week and the v. Six if you order one now and gives you cash in the uk you might get february and apart from some five which on the ships heading in november. I believe to the uk if you do want a custom order with a less common color combo or certain specs..
Investing $750 Million in Crypto With Dan Tapiero
"Dad what's up man. I'm great tap. Eero as i said. That's how you say it directly many times before. So i don't know what god said. His aim wrong what zoom he started roasting me for saying. I know you have problems with names ending an all but you know this is an easy one here you hear. How are you good good. I mean i've been busy as can be you know we've sort of had even limited interactions. It's just been a whirlwind. The last four five months in been off twitter. I mean on but not as much as before and you know not as deeply ingrained in sort of the the markets as we build up the ten t it talked to us about ten t and what the original idea was and then walk us through this seven hundred fifty million dollars fundraiser across the various vehicles. Yeah you know. the idea. Originally was to build a broad sort of macro sector exposure to the digit to the growth in the digital acidy. Go system so. I'm pretty hardcore big pointer when i also think there is a world where there are lots of things growing up in the overall ecosystem lots of great businesses that have grown up. And i'm not. My background is not as a venture capitalist. So i don't have specialty in. You know trying to figure out which code is better. Which chain is going to work for whatever it is and so i said to myself look. There's there's a lot going on. And this in the private equity world in the digital ecosystem. There are a lot of companies that are a lot larger than people understand. And you know. I'd like to get that kind of exposure for my own personal portfolio ended de tap capital and so went about the idea of constructing this portfolio of ten to fifteen businesses operating in the
Have You Been Crying?
"When i get really intimidated by someone's confidence. I have this little thing i'll do is like when they're talking to me. I'll just interrupt them and be like have you been crying. Really works no matter where their had is at. It really brings them right back down to earth. I feel like when girls are super confident. Like walking around with confidence most of the time. It's because they think they're hot. You know like i'm hot. This is my world. And i don't relate to that because that's just never been my full identity like when i was a kid for example girls that i'm talking about. They were princesses for halloween every year. They were like a princess pocahontas marine. You know like. I realized the other day that one year as a child for halloween i was an old man. I had like some stringy ray. Here my dad's old shoes. Everyone's like you're weird. I was a tarantula on your okay. Just painting the scene okay and then me and these girls we just go off in different directions. Our whole lives like out into orbit. And then when your lives intersect later it's it can be very strange because super hot girls don't understand regular girls lives so they'll give you very shitty dating advice for example like they'll be like okay. He's playing you hot and cold okay. Okay chelsea they knew it you can do. Just ignore him. Just ignore him for a little bit. Trust me okay. Just thinking are hem chelsea. Throw a little bit like all right well. I haven't heard from him in five months. Thanks for the hot ugly. I hate when female. Comedians really ugly garbage. I'm just saying that like when. I get super dolled up like the best i can hope for. Is someone like maybe. She's a
Selling Action in Poker Tournaments
"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played
Vikings TE Irv Smith Jr. Expected to Miss 2021 Season Following Meniscus Surgery
"I have an update and i learned that i trust my instincts more frequently. This her adam schefter just now twitting viking site. An irv smith underwent surgery to repair his minsk's this morning and with a four to five months recovery timetable. It is most likely to end his season per sources so the writing was indeed on the wall. Unfortunately herb smith thanks to be clear. We didn't have that news when we were talking about it. I'm sure the vikings certainly knew that was headed their way when they traded for chris
Cycling Southern Spain with Chris Atkin
"You'll route started in balance here on the east coast. And you weaved your way down throughout the kennedy murphy. Maria you stop off in granada malaga rhonda. You ended up in gibraltar. How many kilometers woman's did you travel on on the overall. And how long did it take you in told us it was a it was a roundabout routes. It was thirteen. Hundred is also in total acted over. I think six weeks so it wasn't. I wasn't breaking records with my manage but it was more that i was very conscious. I didn't want to just race through all these amazing places. I did actually want to see them. And explore them for myself during the wealth. Spagna takes time to master yourself. I guess that's something. That kind of came through in the book was that this was kind of a quest for immersion in spanish coach and spanish language which you touch upon the various points during During the book inspiration to do this particular room. Why did you want to buy it. I've never done any long distance cycling ato before. And i knew i didn't have much money so the idea of going by bike was that it was i was gonna enjoy some slow travel and the five months preceding my trip. I've been working at panama's largest language school where odd being paid in spanish jewish so my spanish skills that improved bit but i kind of wants to test them and the opportunity to test them in spain. I never been to a new embarrassingly. Little about was definitely a large incentive to to come and visit us
Patrick Leonard, Former #1 Poker Player in the World, on Developing His Strategy
"Strategy something that comes to you fairly naturally do think in terms of strategy especially having like the competitive background that you do kind of yeah. I wouldn't necessarily say so much strategy. I would say very competitive. I would probably like. I used to play chess against my irons. Like every day grownup like we net. But we'd never read kind of a rule that we went allowed to like seek strategy elsewise. And we wouldn't play against anyone else myself against my mom myself against my dad. My dad against my mom. Why was why the rule. I think we just like to compete against each one of us was like getting really good secretly. It would kind of go against like the intellectual postlewait against each other. If that made sense does make sense. But if he goes eight or nine. And like i could move a piece on the old like without them looking could win the game. I'd probably do it. I think as more concerned about winning and losing then strategy if that makes sense so my mind wasn't ready built around necessarily strategy from an early age but my mind. Was daphne build around being competitive from an early age i would say well discovery then so like i think there lots of people that hate losing that don't wanna lose but continue to lose even when they try to improve so the process of like strategy discovery the process of reassessing. Your game adding things in and out. Could you speak on that owns. I think i was more about session. So i just naturally the more you do something the better you're to be even if you're not trying too hard to get good of that makes sense. If i played if i played like one dollars thing go thousand times on you played at ten times naturally going to be better just through like lenin from reputation of might speed of improvement was quite quick but our has being very obsessive Was doing so. I wasn't necessarily like into much watching train videos. I was just playing so much that like. Let's say fifty a day. The it got to a level where just repetition and cnn stuff and like seema people would do in. I just got back the my friends to be playing. You know like two hours a week. Whatever it just arms my mind was never built around around. Strategy was always about obsession and addiction. Almost i guess i'm just wanting to play and and just like yeah like try to win the next. We'll try to win the next one. You know we used to play like forty five months singles full-tilt that was kind of a thing like it was like it was a tournament but it wasn't too long not too high various because it was forty five plays and those kind of the game that we used to. That's kind of learned vocalists
Proud Boys Leader Who Burned BLM Flag Gets 5 Months in Jail
"The leader of the proud boys extremist group was sentenced to more than five months in jail and re gay Torio told the court he made a grave mistake and was profusely sorry for his actions he pleaded guilty to burning a black lives matter banner that was torn down from historic black church in downtown Washington DC and bringing to high capacity firearm magazines into the nation's capital days before the January capital Ryan proud boys members describe themselves as a politically incorrect men's club for western chauvinist Dario hasn't been charged in the capital attack but for group leaders have been charged with conspiring to impede the certification a president Biden's victory at Donahue Washington
Interview With Robert Sumwalt, Chairman NTSB, Retired
"Robber. Why don't you just give us a little brief I don't know three five minute Synopsis of your career. How how do you go from from a high school kid to becoming chairman of the national transportation safety while that's a great question. I've been wondering the same thing for a number of years so I i've i've been extremely fortunate You're right. I did start flying in high school By the time. I had graduated from high school. I i had my private and then of course went to college a few months later and i marched into the dean of students office after i've been at the university for just about three weeks in explain to him why we needed a flying club and then he sat down and proceeded to tell me all the reasons why that was not going to happen and on the way out and by the way this was the university of south carolina and on the way out. I said gosh. I just thought since clemson had flying club since one thousand nine hundred ninety eight i thought south carolina needed one and He said Sit back down young man and within about five months we had our first airplane For those who are not That aware is you can imagine having to state supported schools in a tiny state. There's quite a rivalry between those two between those colleges unfortunately clemson as the one with the with the football team the question is did clemson really have a flying club. Well you know as a seventeen year old. I was probably known to exaggerate things a little bit. But but to the best of knowledge. I think they they did so high school. What what what's next were you. You became a pilot of course next career that led you to the ntsb. Yeah i did. Of course fly all through college and i was hired by the university To be their pilot when they bought a brand new piper navajo chieftain in nineteen. Seventy nine had not finished school yet. But i was doing school and flying full time for the university. I flew there for two years. And then in february of eighty one got hired by p modern lines which of course got bought by by us air us
Naval Academy Expels 18 After Online Exam Cheating Probe
"Dozens of midshipmen accused of cheating during an online physics exam in december or being punished. The us naval academy says eight have been expelled. Another thirty two eighty two sanctioned put into a five-month honor remediation program a probe was launched when officials learned outside sources may have been used on the test.
"five months" Discussed on The big d zone
"Holy cram i have so many bloopers. I wish i tell kept them but the way this phone don't have any memory and i could've done a blooper. Show another class on to about the buca but now that can be part of podcasts. For but i have so many bloopers data show but keep in. But i was trying to add the fact that When i was reading this email done the segment that is. I'm going to be like present green channel on youtube. Who has his entertainment program about how he taught the scammers tied to help us. Help us figure out. You know these scams Does a scant. that's going around. And especially allow them coming from nigeria. And he always had played that funny music funny movie that always makes me laugh when he was a during the nineteen music. Every time we find out where you're from. And so. When i was reading the email for some reason i take into pleasant. Greens youtube channel. My mind and it was like well. You'll be light. Pleasant cleaning but on podcast. What all i had to say. I mean he's two years have been total to rash. Can i at least get something good. I mean at least saw. I have like a true turnaround this year. I mean look how look january february march april. And we're already intimate death five months of crap. Even when i went to six flags lost. I did a few arriving in justice league very titan. I mean although it was fun. But i couldn't join because it was too tight on me and i couldn't do the Divide on the neck day pika and downing rocket 'cause they were the real real online. I was johnny rockin. And i knew it the clo- i will try. I had another show for it. And i had to go all right back to the hotel and i was in pain and everything. I had my medicine ready. Because i was gonna ride the roller coasters. Maybe one one of them. Before going back because i knew at a season pass. Because i didn't wanna go during the heat of the day and this is just five months. This is five months old. Beginning is bad. Hand five five straight months you. Y'all know that. I had covert and i still in recovery. Even though now is just a allergies that ever happened to everybody about algae hell no hell no. Nobody gets bilateral. Jeez and so. I'll be very cautious in very careful. I mean i can't take a pal. Because i mean i'm i'm in a balance i mean i'm the doors walk. I mean i'm on my cell. So the ghost of my wife could come anytime. go through. My wife could come keep me company. She's always welcome but anyway so five months of crap in a year. Oh crap. I mean cave up almost two and a half years already in may when i get on that plane or you know get up do what i gotta do before the flight. It'll be mid may mid may have gone five months of her pain now yuma why i have a dnr..
"five months" Discussed on The big d zone
"I don't know taylor has gone on with my the on time to let you know. What's what the heck is going on with the With the end of your mother quarters now is stopping. What the hell is going on. Okay i'm gonna try this crap again. I'm the hell is going on. I am online. I'm not on on. What's mccall so him again i said What you like to do webinars prove recorder and do the podcast as well just for the my two years. Let's tell and wonderful things. Plenty j i said. What's the three classes you want me to do online. Plus i only have a smartphone. Right now i will be looking at them to help me court longer video. Where do you want the mendy. Want the class or class no later. We need no later than sunday. Die for for because is perfect. Because as you know. I'm going home on july fourth or the weekend of july four for the grand bomb a paradise they said i could pick the class Which ever topic resonated with me most and we liked it all three. Nfl thought beat alive. Live i cannot give the class outline. I'm actually practically going to be there. And this is what i was. Let them know was confused. The i'm loss if you liked all three then why not breakout in person. Even i am going to be there. I have a few disability. And i wish they were. The jury was would reconsider the life one. Maybe people will cancel you. Know of course due to the kobe situation. I will still do the player. I had a lot of public interaction plan for all of my classes. And i wanted to make it fun. Just like doing podcast. Then the ceo tell me. Why don't you do the comedy. One which is both declerk. I meant to take class crown. But i made a mistake. C class platform. Because i'm still kind of disappointed that i won't be able to get the class even though i'm practically going to be there i'm literally literally technically going to be there in ville in living color but i said that i lean towards class one about comment about adding comedy to pat because all of all the crap that been pulled on us over twenty twenty and twenty twenty one that class was needed and overdue explosion in ellipoid be called class clown. And that's what the call class clown and they came back before i will get ready to redeem. Give any come on the air at. I was getting ready literally. That was getting to come on the air. They said i agree with you and it says please do the one about adding comedy. Thank you sean. So i'm gonna test them and let the know is called class clown for when they publicizes and class of will be called class clown clown. I don't know how much exposure the on line one will get off versus the public ones. When i go over there and i won't get the same exposure at though with people who come in live and so it's going to be late laima harder. I mean everything has always been a brick wall with. I mean i actually found the pink floyd's on the wall the wall and turn down for what that i mentioned earlier earlier. Don't apply podcast. In so i had literally sound the video of the two songs and put it on. My facebook is on the only my public facebook. But it's also the Pay facebook page fifty country. Llc in all still kind of stains. i mean. I don't know i'll ever get over this one. I mean i don't know. I mean i don't think i'll ever get the time down two years in a row. Even i am going to be pretending class clown but online and even on gonna be at nashville very stinging to me. If very singing to me. So i dunno maybe i'll start selling class clown separately from podcast. Because i didn't get to speak that podcast blow live. So hopefully maybe get some ideas once far away from auto disappointments in las vegas where i think you know what the prettier views stuff like dad though. Well.
"five months" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Five months after the bruised body of Frederick Johnson was found in a garage. The couple acting as his caretakers, has been charged with murder along with a third person. Johnson lived at the home of Santy No Carter and Dominic Beck, and investigators say he suffered from seizures and mental disorders. Carter was accused of hitting Johnson with a wooden stick a chain and possibly a hammer. The third defendant, Brian Gray, is accused of helping to clean Up the murder scene and hide the body, a judge and Cook County said. If the allegations are true, it's wickedness and evilness on a whole other level. Fox's Pam Puso also knew tonight. Some states like California and New York are reinstating coronavirus restrictions that are closing down restaurants. Owners now fear their businesses could go under for good, and some are even suing to stop the restrictions from taking effect. Robert Saint John, with the independent restaurant coalition tells America's news headquarters that the paycheck protection program didn't completely solve the problem. P P was good, but only 8% of the peopie P went to restaurants and bars and we account for 25% of the nation's jobs. P P P was a 24 week fixed to what is an 18 month problem and what's happened is everybody's P P P has run out and restaurants are closing right and left. ST. John says about half the Senate has already signed the restaurant's act, which he says will save the industry and hundreds of thousands of American service members Mark Thanksgiving overseas from Togo to Timbuktu. On any given day you confined 300,000. U. S troops deployed overseas. Acting Defense Secretary Chris Miller, a former Green Beret flew to the Middle East and had Thanksgiving dinner with some of the 4000 troops in Bahrain, home to the U. S. Navy's fifth Fleet. The U. S is reducing its presence in Afghanistan by half to 2500 American troops down from a high of 100,000..
"five months" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million
"Olsen and I'm seven days. Join us on our journey to building a one hundred million dollars company. was happening. It's Eric J Olson I am currently recording this out of the array digital office in Chesapeake Virginia. which is kind of a big deal for me right now because I haven't asked you're out of here hardly at all for the last five months. So encoded hit I. Just kind of hunker down and stayed home and I never really left. Rarely travel and I've only worked out of the office now twice in the last five months since March. which is kind of crazy. I mean I was coming in here every single day. For three and a half years until killed it hit. And then all of a sudden, just you know with the switch. I wasn't coming in anymore and neither was anyone else that we work with. So the whole team was staying home. Now, how about almost half of our company is remote these days but the half that are here locally, they would come in every single day unless there was something different happening like. They had a doctor's appointment that interrupted their whole day. Then maybe they would just work from home in the morning, go to the doctor's appointment and work from home afternoon. But for the most part, we were a work out of the office coming for Sir. Not. So much anymore. It's been really I opening because it's very, very clear that we can operate. Not Out of the office, we do not need this office anymore. But. We've come to the conclusion that this office is very useful for a couple of reasons number one. You have to have a physical office space in my opinion. To be seen as a legitimate. Business, and here's what I mean by that. Of course, there are businesses that are one hundred percent remote that are way bigger than us, and way more legitimate than us. But for the most part most businesses like service businesses I mean I guess really any business. If you don't work out of physical office space where you can have clients come in and you can have meetings and things like that receive mail it's very difficult sometimes for people to consider you as a legitimate business. Especially, if you're small, we're only fourteen people. We are definitely small when it comes to the actual classification government classification of a small business where super small lack uber small I think. Small businesses go really high up I. don't even know the numbers like. Three hundred or five, hundred, some big number way way bigger than us. We're not even close. So we're a small small business and what that means is if we didn't have an office than our prospects would question whether we're a fly by night operation or or maybe we're doing something else like for a real job and we just kind of like sell digital marketing on the side. We have to have a physical office in order to had the perception that is required of the services, and frankly the price point that we charge. We're you know we're not the cheapest ones out there. So office makes a lot of sense from the perspective of giving prospects one and fuzzy feeling. A second reason is we need a place where we can have dedicated time for work dedicated meeting times without kids coming in and animals jumping on your desk and. you know all sorts of things that happen. During the day at home, there's tons of distractions. Of course, there's distractions at the office as well. But I I can come in here and I can I can close my door and I can record podcast and I won't be interrupted Oh he's you know I shouldn't be. Now of course I'm looking knock on the door and a man start over again but I can tell everybody here I am recording podcasts. Please interrupt me and and the respect that. So you know there's there's opportunities like that. There's opportunities to get together in a private setting and have a conversation without worrying someone spouse or girlfriend or boyfriend is going like over here. This sensitive maybe hr kind of conversation who knows right? So it's a dedicated place where businesses conducted and that you just don't have at home I now have a Home Office but actually took like four months to get to that point once Kobe hit. And until then I, didn't really have a dedicated office space that was Kinda working on down your table. I was Kinda working in this like spare bedroom that we were converting into an office my wife comes in and out all day long it's just not. It's not ideal for business. Put it that way. So, there's a lot lotta benefits to have in this office. We're going to actually use US we think. As like a co working space for internal purposes, meaning the finding the come into the office in Saber record a podcast then I will if I wanNA stay long day I'll stay home or maybe I'll do little both as a matter of fact, I didn't even get in here until about noon on Aleve and I don't know like an hour or so at five o'clock in the evening. So it makes for a a nice option where people can come in get their work done it they need to or or they could be more efficient a stay at home and acute. So. It's really interesting for me to see how Kobe has changed our perception of the office and work life, and we're definitely finding a balance..
"five months" Discussed on The Takeaway
"The true full effect of these of the increase in gun sales for several more months or years reporting on suicides tends to lag several months or or or even more in some cases. And so we we might not know the full effect of of this big increase in gun sales for some time. But you know even taking suicides sort of and putting that. Aside, we are seeing increases not only in homicides, but also just in in in everyday gun violence on that's attributed attributable. Partly, to pandemic stresses that people are feeling partly to stresses and perhaps fear of the social unrest that's happening around people. And certainly just with the increased availability of firearms I mean there's a lot of research to show that you know in any area in a household in neighborhood as the percentage of people who own guns increase the percentages of firearm violence increases in those places, and so the the prevalence or the more people that own guns the research is pretty. Clear that that does increase gun violence both both both on the suicide in interpersonal levels. The NRA has been struggling for a while now in terms of its internal politics in terms of investigations that have been lobbed against it and I'm wondering how we I mean we just you mentioned earlier that both Harrison Biden have very low ranking, thin the NRA with. Their voters don't have a real issue with if you will but tell us a little bit about the investigation and how strong you suspect or not strong. You suspect the NRA will be able to be into sort of counter some of this The ads that you mentioned for example, that might be coming from every town USA Yeah I would think they would certainly be muted this year I'm you know it's funny you mentioned that the voters perhaps would mind so much biden, her Harris had fs from the NRA innings in some campaign speeches..
"five months" Discussed on The Takeaway
"The New York Attorney General is investigating the trump organization and the trump family is dragging their feet. Every step of the way with the trump organization has learned over the years dating back way before trump became president is that it pays to stonewall in court cases I'm Tansy Nevada and today on the takeaway for Tuesday August twenty fifth look at the steps the Attorney General is taking and what it could mean in the lead up to November. Also, we'll look at how Democrats are approaching gun violence in this election cycle in terms of differences between. Harrison Biden there's really very little but of course when you compare either one or both of them to president trump or or vice president Mike Pence there's there's a pretty big Gulf there. But I on Brianna Taylor's case the public pressure to take action against the police officers who killed her let's get started. Those are protesters chanting Brianna Taylor's name in downtown Louisville Kentucky. It's been more than five months since Louisville police served a no knock warrant at Taylor's home shot the twenty six old emt to death. The officers involved in her killing have yet to face charges and only one has been fired. The incident was an example of a pattern of systemic racism and police violence that have spurred protests.
"five months" Discussed on Newscast - Africa
"The, affiliate podcast shares the stories of multifaceted Africans one episode at a time the podcast aims to uncover the untold stories of modern and millennial. Based in various parts of the world, each episode gives listeners an opportunity to learn and experience conversations that showcase who they are and global perspectives in our ever changing world fish also listen and subscribe to the Athlete podcast on spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. You can also follow at athletes podcast on all social media platforms. He'll listening to the news at this hour on. Africa business radio the young hit a more than five month high against an easing dollar on. Tuesday and this comes relief from investors that U., S. China trade deal appears intact despite rising political fictions and a host of other issues prior to the markets opening the People's Bank of China's set the meat points. Rate at the new five-month high of Sarah Point Zero five percent firmer than the previous fix of six point nine, three, six to Tuesday's guidance rates was the strongest since March nine in the sport markets show yawn rose to a high of six point nine to five point the loaf us level since March nine. By midday, it was changing hands at six point nine, three, one, five, three pips firmer than appearance late session close the off show John was traded at six point nine, two, six, five dollar by me day and that wasn't easy at this time. When I forgot business radio, you can't continue to listen live online at www dot Africa business raider that's come or if I am APP. I am Rachel she gender. Thank you for listening..
"five months" Discussed on KTOK
"Day for five months. I go to bed 11. 30 every night. All I do is read and immersed myself in this virus. I talk to people all over the world. Trying to figure out what's going on. And I cannot believe that we are in the predicament that we're in right now. With all that we have known with all the bells that have been sounded the alarm that have been made across the world. I cannot believe we're in the position that we're in. Right now. We're the greatest country on earth. We should have been able to figure this out early. We should have been able to test and now we're still having arguments about Whether or not we should put these these band AIDS on the problems such as masks, effective band AIDS, but still band AIDS on this problem, and we're still not even sure that we want to do that. We got we got a patient bleeding out in front of us. We know what to do, and we're not doing it and it is. Yeah, it's frustrating for sure. Dr Sanjay Gupta over at CNN. We know what to do. Like what? What are we supposed to do? I just locked down again. Is that the plan locked down again? There was a period in New York, where I'm telling you. It was a total ghost town here, Okay? And everybody and I mean everybody. Was wearing masks and guess what the virus was still spreading in the community, so if the virus is still going to spread Even when people are an absolute panic as we were here, and we have the worst covert outbreak of anywhere in the country. If the virus is in that is that easy to spread, then What is the answer, but what they really are. We really just supposed to stay locked in our homes forever. Is that is that we're going to do because I'm also going to point out that the virus may very well have mutations that don't make it that much less lethal, but do make it hard for a vaccine to give permanent immunity. We don't have great treatments for it yet we have some treatments that are a little bit I know there's dexamethasone, for example, we have some treatments that are working for it. A little bit. Just a little bit. I mean, that's all and that's only in the hospital and you're really close toe Death's door. I mean, they're not using these as a prophylactic not using these as a means of stopping people from getting this. But why did I say that? We were lied to about this. To get us to comply with the initial lock down. What was the argument? It wasn't that we're going to stop the virus from spreading. That was not what we were told, and I have not forgotten. We were told it was to keep hospitals from being overwhelmed. We went through periods of weeks, months off, unrestrained spread throughout the entire United States. We had places like New York City hit incredibly hard with it. Was a single hospital system overwhelmed was a single hospital, unable to treat a patient. No. So do we think that we're now going? Is that going to happen now is that we're being told now it's going to be because there's been some restriction. I don't have all the answers, but I also have questions don't have answers to Why is it that we've been in? We've been have states where there was reopening Mohr contact with people reopening. Georgia was one of them. Texas, Florida Open for weeks and weeks and weeks, and they didn't see the hospital's getting fuller and fuller and more more people dying. Dr Gupta is pretending like we all know the answer. No, we don't have the answers. We don't know. But here's one answer I have for you know, second lockdowns. We pushed through. We fight on. This is America. I'm not living in some totalitarian Idiocracy where the protests were fine, but the rest of life, isn't.
"five months" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"Joy i do your cut is it's got to be done everywhere. You go continues yeah the movies. He's lakers jewish child school. Everybody's talking about what happened when you're as yeah but then as we don't get to play sunday we'll take five months for guys got away a he. You'll have six months in limbo for six months. Were found out in life. I don't know one say but it's nothing like being in the myth myth of diabetes done it and even fail at trying to accomplish it is just not feeling like it is the falen of an objective of china become great. It's great nathan itself. Take for your first step to say. I'm a fighter. I'm a fundamental. I fucking step. You've got to coach the step to the gym and feel the the kid fighting anymore experiencing you and so how am i gonna get fucking level. This guy's not gonna let me get till he's gonna kill me. You know what i mean. What can you get how one about hama go to get either. Gonna kill me then little by little you get the graph bit more graphic wrath and win more human. He believed that he had problems too and you realize the fec logically. I can do this stuff crazy man over exactly. How did i say somebody always. It's always somebody's fan never looked up to anybody if somebody sees well that's where i wanna be right there. You know what i saw. I live here. That's why i want to be like i know wanted to be a fight but then i thought roberta renovated. That's what the fuck i wanna be right. I think that's the way i want it. Being i mean mother. Fuckers people scared to look at him. I wanted to use that and you're fighting style or the side of the katie the outside your rain both animal side of the ring. I mean i've seen it yet but that's going to go to the restaurant. Victor's ho cafe cuba everything sit outside the weight to feel had too many bodyguards so i became famous pain champion. I started going there and i'd say whatever the rainy show me the food that he put me with. You gave the round of cake steak rice. That's takes right and stuff yeah. I said i made them in the restaurant. My hero aid at tarantulas monster ransoming. Listen let me tell you listen the ran. This guy was given the ran a tough fight through at the fourteen teams around around knocked them out boom. He's combing fucking fucked up right and then everybody said rant says the ran. What did you feel even a coma. Possibly may lena live and then the next time i being shaped. He won't go to the house because of the puck and morgue got heart. Aw that's so awesome he was fucking. Ooh fuck. You're going to fight this. One guy named phil what game another tough fight it went. The fifteen round durant shook the guy that he should get hand but when this corner punched fucking farther than the fake bulls we've seen a whole shoot the fight and win the fight. A corner punched in the face holy shit monster down you see his movie. I made about his life <music>. I like i look at the rand graded in that. What was that movie. I forget the name of years ago. Yeah it was ago. This is life story but it's yeah it's the man's crazy you gotta look at the fact that you may be in a boxing fanatic. Install durant was lightweight. Champion for seven years couldn't be matching lost one fight event. Uh extra bonda hastily didn't seven years. He was champion and then he for the greek carlos. Palomino was world champion in non title for only beat him and then um how many came to fight sugar and then the big fighting my world and one thousand nine hundred eighty. I watch these guys fight in montreal that on screen and that turned me. I wanted to be a fighter. Died died said no way i'm not going to be a fight..
"five months" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"About four or five months of therapy I was like a wall and it cracked open and I finally cried about it and I called sandy and I'm like I cried I was all excited and I said I'm actually very happy now you can begin to put things together and and create the new you and now she's doing incredible work so this is been growing really ever since the shooting yeah the work tion of who do is doing started last fall after the poor shooting in thousand oaks California which is just miles from her house Jeez no trying to help some of those survivors the way sandy and Lonnie Phillips helped her wouldn't it be easier for you to not be immersed in the world the mass shootings you are immersed in a very deliberate work then we don't see the start we said we see it and is shedding a little light we care about these people we want to help them find their purpose and find their strength so that they can live their new normal sandy and lonely Phillips tell us they are heading to el Paso later this week this special simulcasted sixty minutes on AM seven sixty will continue after these messages warning if you're drowning in debt you can't afford do not let the credit card companies trick you into thinking that you have to pay it all back because you don't what the credit card companies don't want you.
"five months" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Kiss. I have Katy line five months. She was. I mean. The end up in the rooms. You. Overcomplicating? Game. So here's the stakes are high Katie.
"five months" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I could manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant. And and I learned how to wrestle and in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you. 'cause they try to run you off. Right. And you know, I I I'm not the guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty four. And I liked that part of the book. Actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home. And even as your career was spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might have even outgrown it to a point. But it was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think I if it's the same in just about every business or anything, you do I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And and I learned that the more you taught someone the more you learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything. So we're going to get to have a I really curious about this this. I mean, I wouldn't say I mean, you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs. And you've you've found something that takes it up to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird license weird bit unusual spiritual resonance where people then find kind of a whole new self within them within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on like condolences, I'm assuming that mean, gene was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles. And we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was at his memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together with the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja. And we we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just both happen to be there. And. It was I was feel like Jean put us together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top to people favored to have cabinet cocktail with us? He would call. He's a great mid western guy. He was he was he was a salt of the earth. And no one no one has ever said anything bad about Cheetos, and I had a chance to meet ganja once as well. I lived in Minnesota for a while. It's hard to live in Minnesota and not meet him at some point. Well, hang on. We're going to hit pause. We'll come back to diamond Dallas page positively unstoppable. The art of owning it. We'll teach that to you.
"five months" Discussed on KTRH
"So I was five months into my one year contract, and they told me based I couldn't manage anymore because I was overshadow in the boys. I said I never got into this business because I wanted to be a manager. I was a little kid. I wanted to be a wrestler. So I took that seven months I left on my contract. And I went down to a place called the power plant, and I learned how to wrestle and in the beginning when you start out they beat the hell out of you. 'cause they try to run you off. Right. And you know, I I'm not the guy you can really run off. Five more years of my career finally took off when I was forty four. I like that part of the book actually, you talked about how the power plant became your home and even as your career with spiraling upward. You still kept coming back to the power plant, even though you might even outgrown it to a point. But it was a good touchstone for you as you got more and more famous am, I think I if it's the same in just about every business or anything, you do I would go back, and I would teach the younger guys. And I and I learned that the more you taught someone more you learn the more you learn the better you get and I think that applies to everything so we're going to get to I really curious about. This this. I mean, I wouldn't say I mean, you you kind of tripped onto it, right? Because I know your your first wife brought you into into yoga, but I I was enjoying very much reading the stories of people who really did get outta wheelchairs, and you've you've found something that takes it up to another level. And it has kind of this sort of weird license weird, but unusual spiritual residents where people then find kind of a whole new self within them within the during the during the process of healing physically. So I want to get to that second. But before I do I wanted to pass on my condolences. I'm assuming that mean Jean was a friend of yours from all those years of floating around in similar circles, and we just lost him a couple of weeks ago. Right. I literally was memorial. I went to Florida from Atlanta. And gene was a dear friend of mine, and I got to get back together. With the guy who gave me my first break ever, Greg ganja. And we we have from gene's funeral have gotten so much closer because we just both happen to be there. And it was. I was like gene put us together. Yeah. And gene was he was one of my one of my favorite people ever. What am I top to people favorite to have have a cocktail with us? He would call. He's a great mid western guy. He.