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The One Hack Nobody Knows About Facebook Advertising Success
"We're gonna be talking with nay hall kazeem from abc pros founder and ceo of ad pros. Welcome to perpetual traffic or welcome back to perpetual traffic. Thank you so much appreciate you having me back so i think this is something that people they give it some lip service i think at the very least and at the very most they do an okay job of it and you like we do here tier eleven. We look at a lot of ad accounts every single week. And this is the area where we really feel like scale is possible if you have a process in place you've got a really interesting process of how to actually pull out new avatars new messaging and how that resonates with new markets to scale and grow your customers and for those of you who are listening here today. There may be new to facebook ads or new to paid media. You don't have to do everything here. i think you know. We talked about this before we hit record. What's the opposite of what we're doing here is is really doing nothing. It's just sort of taking a guess on your avatar. You know if you're selling a supplemental like all right. What's a mom. She's thirty to forty five years old. She's got two kids. This is a lot deeper than that. I think there is that level of avatar research. That a lot of people think they do. But if you can go just a little bit deeper a few levels deeper maybe not to the degree that hauled us here. I think you'll find that you will be able to scale and go past that six figures per month and adspend which really seems to be a big barrier for people but might be from going from ten dollars a day to one hundred dollars a day or one hundred dollars a day two thousand dollars a day so all these principles that we're gonna be talking about here on episode two eighty three apply to you. It's just a matter of figuring out like what part do you want to integrate into your system or potentially even higher nails company if that is so why don't we get right into. It could give us an example or or a little bit of an idea as to what the process is like but maybe high came to it. And where you sort of see this whole thing going. I started doing facebook ads in two thousand thirteen so what was important. Six seven years ago versus what's important now is very different and even what we were doing a year ago on what we were. Focusing on in an account is dramatically different. And the reason you know we we started talking about this where the focus of creative is not because you and i or anyone like listening to us loves creatives is because it ends up working that become such a big scaling levers over us we believe in two types of levers there's scaling lovers stuff that actually allows you to scale and grow and generate more revenue but then there's the other side which is profit levers and so depending on what's important to you and which levers importance to you based off your goals and your business that dictates where you actually focus and if right now if you're not deciding which lovers or which areas to focus on therefore you're not pulling any lovers in your business and that's why there is no breakthrough why revenue is flat or ball told because it's just there's nothing to actually focus on and the reason we're focusing on avatars and creative so much is because once you max out all the ninja quote unquote stuff on facebook ad optimization side. Then you're like what else can i do and you know for us once. We are doing the same types of campaign setups and different variations and ways to set up everything on the facebook outside. You eventually run out of cool. Ninja stuff there's not more and that hack is going to last a week or two weeks and then it dies and then you have to start again and so what are the actual sustainable systems. That are going to help you grow over and over again. And that's why we've developed all of this stuff because our mindset is how do we take companies. We're doing six figures a month in revenue to seven figures a month. And we've done that this year now. Four times for a relatively small like Client roster and that's because we're not guessing or you know just trying our luck it's we're working on systems to actually do it over and over again and this really is like the ultimate hack. Even though it's the hack that takes a lot of time. It's not like this little technique that you learn in a facebook group and say oh now that's going to be the thing i think we're kind of beyond that there are still going to be hacked and there's going to be those groups it i get it and you know you're always going to be testing those things but this is really the big lever. I mean this is the little hinge which is a lot of work. Let's not kid ourselves here. That really does swing the big door. So how do you go about doing it. And what's your process. Maybe just give us an overview of the whole system. The first place that we start is what are all the avatars you have in your business and this is really important. Because most people don't outline them they have chosen one by default or chosen one a year or two ago. That is our avatar in. That's it and so we've worked in the crochet space. For example in the stereotypical crochet audience might be the older lady who knits or does crochet. But once you actually challenged that assumption we were able to spend a significant amount of money on actual giveaway him in and it was primarily women who are twenty five to forty five years old. And so if you change your challenge the assumptions that you have that's a big barrier because you don't know what you don't know you're actually actually exploring that and so for us. An example is we have a client in the children's supplement space and with that type of audience or would that type of product. There's actually a series of avatars in that space. There is number one the abitur who is the soon to be mom and so. That's one type of car then. It's the new mom who just had the baby lesson one years. Then there's the mom who might be from one to four years and that mom is very different from the other two months. Then the mom who's forty eight years old and then there's the debt in our marketing. Once you have those in place we know we're not going to work it to the debt. Dad doesn't care he just i among right. That's what we learned at least for this specific case. Then we realized that the children are the less irrational the actual. Buying behaviour is is logical. There's a lot more research that gets done. They're not in that phase where everything looks amazing. And they're just stocking up on every single product that they possibly can nesting right like they are actually doing a lot of research and so what we decided was the two avatars at actually make the most amount of sense for this audience is a soon to be mom. Becauser buying everything and anything under the sun and the brand new mom who just as as their child and bear in protector wrote there and like i will do whatever i can for my child and so their money is a is not an object for them relatively speaking and so the reason we got to those is because of two very important questions people. Don't ask in those two questions are which avatar out of the to divide whatever number of abattoirs you to find what is the attitude that has the highest average order value on the first transaction and in this the second question is which avatar has the highest lifetime value of those avatars that you've defined and that's how we got to the person the mon- the to me mom is going to spend a lot of money so as a brand new mom as well as because we have products up to were children up to eight that same mom is most likely to spend the most amount of money for once they're actually in that ecosystem.
Phoenix Suns complete trade to acquire Chris Paul from Oklahoma City Thunder
"Right welcome back. Look who's here perk with us Stephen i'm going to start with you on this one. If the nets do get hardened do they need to win the title. This season having this type of talent downright without question. And i'm gonna tell you why because the pressure is going to be immense first of all your k. d. Obviously everybody's looking at you comparing you to lebron and stuff like that Lebron goes and he assembles a big three. Then ultimately you want up to him and went to golden state and gave the ultimate big three. Lebron sits up de a d. is now in. La so you go to brooklyn you got kyri and then you get a james heart so the pressure will be immense on him. This guy read because of all the things that max has titillated throughout the years and to a lesser degree kendrick perkins when you talk about the lack of leadership there kyri urban may have shown from time to time. He elected to leave cleveland. The go to boston. The situation in boston didn't work out. He goes to brooklyn the only place. Twenty games helped was an issue and all of that stuff plus. He made some headlines. That's an issue. And then you've got james hearted remember. James harden didn't want the white how houston Ultimately he didn't want chris paul in houston and then obviously even though again and kendrick perkins knows this far better than me because he has those relationships with these guys. In particular russell westbrook russell westbrook made sure to reiterate to me. Listen his relationship. With james harden is as is big tom their brothers and they're gonna always be brothers. We did not talk about basketball. Just a relationship that he has with james harden which also articulated over social media. I by the way his relationship with james harden they are brothers and they are tight but that doesn't mean they want to play together so as a result of that rests with westbrook is planning on moving on as a result of him. Moving on james harden is moving on. And so there's going to be some pressure to bear because with all of this money that harden and k. d. and career getting paid along with the expectations. Let's bring in the last element you in brooklyn. New york utah. You're even denver. You're in the mecca the media capital. Now obviously the knicks are in new york city madison square. Got it but we should all be allergic to mentioning championship protection at a new york. Nixon brett at least at this moment atop the faith man leon roads and we'll worldwide west but the bottom line is is blasphemous sacrilegious to talk championships. And and the knicks but brooklyn fall weighs less than ten miles is less than ten miles away. It's still a part of brooklyn one of the five boroughs and there is going to be are meant pressure on manse. If the three of them larry know why go give it their. Kp might be right about this guy at five in milwaukee we might see silly. Do some things we know. Lebron is at whatever but if those three assemble no one is going to be interested in any stupendous as to why they did not win after three guys. You damn right. They need to win the chip because the world the world will be watching. First of all brooklyn is even thirstier for a championship. And i think is a bigger deal than a team winning in manhattan in the sense that brooklyn hasn't had a championship in sixty five years. Since the dodgers left brooklyn in fifty seven but they want and fifty five to go to air like that. But the knicks. You're right it's been almost forty eight years for the knicks but brooklyn is the nets or the team in new york. The knicks don't even exist compared to the nets right now and let me say this. There is immense pressure for them. To win you're right stephen while they're together i'm here saying it doesn't need to be in the first year for example if hardened goes to brooklyn and they lose in the finals and a tough series to the lakers. A team like that. It's all right but they have to win while they're together. Even this year's lakers team. I didn't pick them because it's hard to just throw a team together with guys have been played together. Get all the complimentary pieces right. Get it all right to go all the way. We saw that with lebron and his return to. Cleveland went to a game six of course they had injuries on that team. But that's part of it is coming off the catastrophic injury and we saw it again a result before that when lebron showed up miami with the big three it some it takes some times a year to get it right with guys playing together so i would say while there's enormous pressure for them to win while they're together because k. d. if he's most of themselves even is an mvp caliber player so is hardened and kyri may not be an mvp but he's more than just an all star he's all star plus you have to. Mvp caliber players an all star. And then some you're supposed to win a championship to gather. I don't think it has to be in the first year. And i wouldn't say that it's the kind of pressure for example when katie went to golden state. It's like there was more downside. Like guys you have to win it. If you don't win a championship that sorry i wouldn't. I don't think people will be looking at this team like that. Sorry if you don't wanna chip you gotta get outta the east
The Suffolk Strangler
"His tone was descending into panic in the final weeks of two thousand six but forty eight year old steep right was on top of the world. He had gotten away with murder twice. On second passer-by found the body of gem adams the second woman he killed his first victim. Canyon nickel had still not been found. What's more his devoted girlfriend. Pamela suspected nothing. The steve she knew was a shy unremarkable. Man who loved golf soap operas and her homemade shepherd's pie but without even knowing it pamela was a part of his deadly nighttime routine. Pamela night shifts at a call center every evening right came home from his own shop as a forklift driver. Ate dinner then drove pamela to work after kissing her goodbye. He drove back into town where he picked up sex workers in the red light district but more recently rights appetites took a darker turn. Now he wasn't looking for women to sleep with. He was looking for his next. he was meticulous. He used gloves to handle. The bodies then carefully vacuumed his car and washed his clothes right. After by the time. Pamela arrived home at dawn. He was in bed. Sound asleep the day. The body was found right and pamela. Were watching the news on tv. Pamela pushed her plate away unable to eat another bite with horror. I'll bet the other one's dead to without missing a beat right kept eating and said yeah. I bet you're right. Most people wouldn't be this calm watching their murders become headline news but right wasn't like most people. Vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg rights. Calm behavior during this period and his uncanny ability to lie to his loved ones could indicate antisocial personality disorder. Although as far as we know he's never been diagnosed with this or any other personality disorder. Right fits many of the criteria for apd as outlined by the dsm five a pattern of deceitfulness of failure to follow through on personal or professional obligations hostility and a lack of remorse for hurting others. Key lied to his partners about using sex workers for years. Dating all the way back to his twenty. He had a long history of bad debts and short-lived jobs and seemed free from remorse for the violent abuse of his second wife. Diane though it's not clear what was going through rights head at the moment has murders came on the news. It seems that he wasn't afraid of getting caught. In fact it's possible. The discovery made him more anxious to kill again. The day after gemma's body was found. He was back on the hunt. On the evening of december third right picked up twenty four year old. Analii alderson of feisty. Mother of one analyst struggled with drug addiction in her teenage years and was never able to shake the habit in the last months of two thousand six. She turned to sex work in order to make ends meet. She was last seen alive that night boarding a train around six. Pm on underway. Way to ipswich where she was known to work the streets few hours after she arrived in ipswich she crossed paths with steve right. It's important to note that right has never offered full accounts of his murders. So we can only piece together a possible version of events based on forensic evidence and later testimony. What's uncontested is that right. Drove emily back to his flat on london road just a few minutes away from where he picked her up and they had after they finished analee. Try to leave but wouldn't let her. He made a habit of choosing women who were physically slight and stood no chance against him. It was only too easy for him to overpower her and strangled her to death shortly before two. Am a traffic camera captured. Right driving out of it switch. He drove several miles southeast with annelies body on the floor of his car stopping in a wooded area near the village of nakdimon there he prepared to dispose of her body just as he had ten years and gemma's but this time something was different right left his first two victims in water but this evening he chose dry land at instead of simply dumping attlee in the woods. He arranged her body in a cruiser form shape on her back arms outstretched side to side like across even with this extra attention to detail. Right was back home by three. A m as always. He washed and vacuumed his car. Put all of his clothing in the washing machine and went to bed.
Transforming Clinical Trials with Digital Technology
"First. Let me congratulate you on the publication of your new book. The patient equation. Thank you like it was pretty exciting to see it in print. We're GONNA talk about clinical trials, your company Meta data, and the opportunities to capture data differently and reshape the way clinical trials are conducted. We're in this time where virtually everything we do is generating data. There's a proliferation of new means of capturing data in real time from a healthcare perspective. What's the opportunity before us to improve health and particularly the diagnosis and treatment of disease So I think that we've and somebody's Kobe nineteen is putting a magnifying glass on top of this but we've we practiced medicine pretty much since its inception by looking at data in very short little staccato timeframes. So you go to your doctor and you have your blood drawn on that particular day at that particular time You tell somebody how you were feeling that particular day at that particular time or at least try to recall how you were feeling for a period of time. But certainly wasn't something it was proactively measured. We we we get our gene sequenced and we find out what what actually happened at the moment of conception in terms of setting up our genetic future. Yes. Yes. In some diseases, obviously cancers is a perfect example, your genes. Do Mutate individual cells, but we're we're pretty much dealing with the same genes that we had over all our forty eight, forty, eight years ago. I've got today. So that is the context of thinking about what ails me, what is the right treatment for me and it's these little moments in time and I think your point about data Zuri will put its discount streaming around us everywhere, and whether it's the technology that's in our pocket or on a wrist or. Maybe things that are biologically more feasible to do not just from my know iphone perspective but can we start to monitor with medical grade sensors overtime or even just expand the dialogue with our doctors? So those conversations can happen anytime I think the big difference is that we're gonNA start to see these continuous where we actually see rate of change not just these single moments as part of how we think about diagnosing disease managing disease making sure people are getting the right treatments. That's a giant paradigm shift. That again, we've probably been waiting for literal millennia to have happened but I think we're about to to really live through that scales pretty exciting. You speak broadly in the book about the potential for data to transform healthcare I wanted to focus on clinical trials specifically. But before we do that, perhaps you can explain what metadata solutions does and as a way for listeners to understand your visibility into this world short I actually got extremely lucky in my career. If you go back twenty five years ago I thought I'd be researching one kind of cancer probably looking at maybe one gene in it. For the rest of my life and actually frustrated by the infrastructure that was available to run the research that I was doing. So how I would connect what we were doing in the laboratory with the records for patients who were volunteering to be in studies that we're working on a how he took that and turn it into something that we could publish from an academic perspective all that was very slow and cumbersome, and so with a few friends. Gins. Now, twenty five years goes when I was doing research about. Twenty years ago, twenty one years ago with friends we started what is now data and it really had the the mission of trying to help us get things from that laboratory stage into the hands of patients who are waiting for them by trying to connect all the people and all that data in a much more seamless way in a way that would allow us to accelerate the biological the medical revolutions that we were trying to power and terms of something that would really generate patient you simply put. We started connecting everybody over the Internet and we we started by connecting the professional. So people who were working scientists physicians. Statisticians that people in the life sciences, world and medical centers. Professionals Online. And this was back in the day when the only thing you could buy on Amazon Dot Com was a book. So kinda dates us a little bit but really if we can buy a book online, why can't we run our clinical trials online and and basically that's what we did fast forward twenty years and we realized a of course over the course of time that not only could be connected professionals, but we could connect the patients, and now I could we connect the patients who were volunteering to being these research projects, but we can actually connect the research projects. To each other as well. So everywhere there was a time barrier everywhere there was a systems barrier. We realized we could overcome that and create this kind of. Continuum, of data across everybody who had the same mission of getting new therapies into the marketplace, and that really has resulted instead of me being in the lab. Looking at one gene one cancer for the rest of my life. As I said getting very lucky and now I get to look at what's happening
Amy Coney Barrett sworn in as Supreme Court justice
"Judge Amy Coney. Barrett is now Justice Amy Coney Barrett Justice Clarence. Thomas swore her ended a White House ceremony last night. Start. Off. I am. Berry took the oath of office hours after the US, Senate voted largely down party lines to confirm her on this vote the as fifty to the Naser forty-eight, the nomination of Amy Coney Barrett of Indiana to be an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States is confirmed as expected. One GOP senator broke with Republicans that was Senator Susan. Collins of Maine Democrats were lockstep in opposition the forty eight year old Barrett fills the seat vacated by the late Justice Ruth Bader GINSBURG or confirmation likely gives conservatives on the high court a five to three advantage over the courts liberal wing with Chief Justice John Roberts serving a swing vote on many issues.
GOP pushes Barrett toward court as Democrats decry sham.
"Republicans powered Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett close to confirmation yesterday pushing past Democrat objections and other properties during the covid nineteen crisis in the drive to seat President Donald Trump's pick before the November third election. The Senate Judiciary Committee said October Twenty second for its vote to recommend Barrett's nomination to the full Senate the final confirmation vote expected by month's end. You don't convene a Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the middle of a pandemic when the Senate's on recess when voting has already started in the presidential election in a majority of states declared Senator Chris coons. Republicans eager to fill the seat of the late Justice Ruth Bader. GINSBURG counted that trump is well within the bounds to fill the vacancy and they have the votes to do it. Barrett's information would bring the most pronounced ideological change on the court in thirty years poised to launch a new era of court rulings on abortion voting rights and other matters that are now open to new uncertainty. The forty eight year old Barrett was careful during two days of public testimony, not to tip her views on many issues or take on the president who nominated her facing almost twenty hours of questions from senators. She declined to offer specifics beyond the vowed to keep open mind and take the cases as they come. Barrett refused to say whether she accepts the science of Climate Change under questioning from Kamala Harris saying she lacked the expertise to know for sure and calling it a topic to controversial to get into. Barrett framed acknowledgement of a man made climate crisis as a matter of policy not science when she was pressed by the Democratic senator from California the Federal Appeals Court judge responded that she did think Corona virus was infectious and smoking caused cancer but rebuffed Harris on the climate change question for seeking to solicit an opinion on a matter of public policy. Especially, one that is politically controversial effectively ignoring science in the face of the ever-present. Climate. Crisis.
Amy Coney Barrett vows to interpret laws as they are written
"I'm Anthony Davis. Supreme Court nominee Amy Kuney Barrett's declared on Monday that Americans deserve an independent Supreme Court that interprets constitution and laws as they were written encapsulating her. Approach to the law that has Republicans excited about the prospect of her taking the place of the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg before election day. Barrett spoke about her judicial philosophy, her experience and to launch family at the end of the first day of her fast tracked confirmation hearings that Senate Democrats are using to try and brand her a threat to Americans healthcare during the coronavirus pandemic. After sitting in silence through nearly four hours of opening statements for members of the Senate Judiciary Committee the forty eight year old federal appeals. Judge laid out her approach to the bench, which she has likened to that of her conservative mentor. The late Justice Antonin Scalia. Courts have a vital responsibility to the rule of law which is critical to a free society, but courts are not designed to solve every problem. All right. Every wrong. In our public life Barrett said in a statement she delivered after removing the protective she wore for most of the day. She told sentences that she is forever grateful for Ginsberg's trail-blazing path as a woman on the court. Yet said, it's coma Harris Democratic, presidential nominee Joe. Biden's running-mate said the courts often the last refuge for equal justice and the Barrett number seven puts in jeopardy. Everything GINSBURG fought to protect barring dramatic development Republicans appear to have the vote to confirm her a lifetime seat on the Supreme Court. If she is confirmed quickly, she could be on the court when it here's the latest challenge
Judge Amy Coney Barrett nominated to US Supreme Court by President Trump
"Over the weekend president trump said I choose you to judge Amy Coney Barrett the president's third. Supreme Court nominee number two, Vicki Center, the greeting card this Choo Choo choos. With a little church on the front. She's one of our nation's most brilliant legal minds and I think you do very well we're moving along very quickly. tremendous unity of the Republican. Party. Its consequence of winning elections, which we did for substantially both in the Senate and obviously in the. White. House. At forty eight years old would be the youngest justice serving on the current court. If she is confirmed, she would also be the first mother of school age kids serve as a justice she and her husband have seven children. She's known as a devout Catholic originalist president trump defense supreme court nominee in her religious
Amy Coney Barrett 'to be picked by Trump for Supreme Court'
"Donald Trump will be announcing his supreme court pick on. Saturday which means that he already knows that the individualism according to sources close to Donald trump his selection will be judge Amy Coney Barrett Their York Times makes a point to mention that she would be the least experienced supreme court nominee however she is a favorite among conservative politicians and conservative voters because of her Christian background but also more importantly and I think this gets left out in a lot of the analysis in the media. She also would immediately invalidate the affordable care act she's on the record. Saying that whereas you know the thing that people seem to be more focused on right now is Roe v Wade which you know obviously I don't WanNa be naive and just assume that she won't touch Roe v Wade but she is on the record saying that she believes in the precedent when it comes to reproductive rights even though she as a devout Catholic disagrees with abortion and all of that but Emma I wanted to get your thoughts. We're talking about this a little bit during the break talk a little bit about what this means for the affordable care, act? Certainly. So that's my concern too. I mean we're both women. We obviously have concerns about our reproductive health but I think there is a hesitance in terms of justices overturning that precedent because of the ripple effects and how massive and that it would be I feel like it's just more of a political talking point for Conservative politicians to score points than it is a judicial reality. That's the only thing saving us here. What should concern everybody is that she's forty eight years old she has a history of pro-corporate positions that side with the with the employer against employee etc I believe and she's sided against. I'm reading some of it here. Things in gun rights she descended in a decision that would disarm felons for example, after they came out of prison, she's pretty extreme when it comes to those issues but for the affordable care. Act's guys if it's six to three if she gets through and it's that solidly conservative, they're going to do away with the affordable care act and then that's a conservative basically supermajority for decades at that point say ideally, we got the Progressive President in twenty twenty four who wants to put Medicare for all through. That's dumb. That's what concerns me most about these decisions are yes. The Supreme Court's been pro-corporate for a very long time for the Romney says, we're a center right country and the courts been leftist for awhile talk to him about Bush. Gore in citizens united whatever. But but but yeah, that's what scares me the most about. This is the complete mixing of any legislation that comes through that could be progressive. That's appealed Conservatives Appeal Appeal Appeal go the Supreme Court and they know. It's just going to be overturned. INCORPORATIONS can have a field day in big Pharma will be doing great. Yeah I am definitely worried about this. You know representative Ro. Khanna introduced a bill that would limit the. Time Supreme Court justice could serve on the Supreme Court to eighteen years. I don't know where that piece of legislation is GonNa go but I I do think that it's important that you mentioned her age as you just did and how. Her influence on the court will have a lasting ramifications on on this country really and yeah, the pro-corporate angle is something that just seems to get lost in the fray lost in the analysis and I'm glad that we're talking about it in a story that will cover later donald trump signed more ridiculous phony executive orders alleging that he's protecting people with preexisting conditions. The truth is those executive orders constitutionally speaking have no teeth but what it does is it messages to his voters that don't worry don't don't be frightened of the repeal of the affordable care act because signed executive orders. They're not going to do anything, but you know it's just enough to cover his ass while also simultaneously causing great harm to honestly all Americans because anything could be considered a pre existing condition. If you tested positive for cove it, that's considered a pre existing condition. So this is going to have. A damaging effect on so many people in this country I wanna read a quote from from this piece in the New, York? Times it's by Aaron. Who's president for the old Alliance for Justice a liberal group. She says, Amy Coney Barrett Meets Donald Trump's to litmus tests. She has made clear that she would invalidate the affordable care act and take healthcare away for millions of people and undermine. A woman's reproductive freedom. Again, I'm not entirely sure that the Supreme Court would overturn Roe V. Wade I know that there's a lot of fear about that. I understand that fear a lot of my fear again has to do with You know corporate shoes that make it to the Supreme Court and what is very likely to happen to the affordable care act at this point and remember the Supreme Court did strike. The healthcare mandate, that's an important part of the affordable care act. That's what kept premiums low, and you know when they undid that, of course, premiums immediately shot up and so we'll see how this all plays out, but it is pretty terrifying.
The Khun Sa Files
"At the end of January nineteen, eighty to the forty eight year old coon saw lost almost everything. In a matter of days, the empire he'd spent years building had fallen since his escape from house arrest in nineteen, seventy, six Kuhn saw had risen to become one of the most powerful and infamous drug lords in the world from his base in northern Thailand. He trafficked opium out of Burma refined it into heroin and sold it to organized crime outfits across. Southeast. Asia approximately seventy five percent of the world's heroin was coming out of the region. Much of it. Thanks to Kuhn saw, and he was able to do it all with the help of the Thai government and Sean State Freedom Fighters. But in the early nineteen eighties, his luck ran out at the behest of the United States his type benefactors turned on him. And on January Twenty First Nineteen eighty-two the time military descended upon his headquarters in the town of Bond Hint Tech faced with complete annihilation. GHUNSA had no choice but to flee back to Burma taking the remains of his private army with him. They left behind fifteen tons of weaponry and millions of dollars worth of heroin processing equipment as bad as these hits were coon son knew that far more damaging was the loss of the Thai government's support without their protection coon saw was significantly weaker and everyone knew it January twenty first proved that his militia was no match for a real military. Embarrassed and betrayed ghunsa swore he wouldn't let himself be beaten. So easily he was still the self proclaimed King of the Golden Triangle and a world renowned freedom fighter. He would just have to figure out how to rebuild his operation in Burma. The problem with going back to Burma was that he was essentially a fugitive there. But looking at the political landscape, he decided to take a gamble. The Burmese military dictatorship was embroiled in ongoing battles with the Communist Party of Burma and a number of regional separatist groups. Despite his relatively high profile. Kuhn, saw wouldn't be the government's first priority a more difficult problem for him would be rebuilding his army. The only way he was going to hold onto his share of the drug market much less survive in war-torn northeast, Burma was through military strength. Kuhn. Saw and his Sean United Army started going after smaller drug organizations on the Burmese side of the border with each victory. The losing soldiers defected to Kuhn saw as they swept through the region, they secure key trafficking routes and territory for new heroin refineries. Seeing, just how quickly and forcefully Kuhn saw was able to rebuild the Taya Thirties realized they'd have to make amends with him. They appreciated that he was keeping the Burmese side of the border under control by taking over all the warring groups and their financial stakes in the heroine industry also meant they wanted to get back on the drug lords good side. They just needed to convince coon saw that it would be more lucrative for him to forgive and forget their trail luckily for the Thai officials coon Saws Pragmatism won out over his anger. In return for his forgiveness though he required that the Thai government's recognize him as the sole figurehead of the Sean State Independence Movement? This would legitimize his role as a freedom fighter on the international stage. However, in the years, he'd been in Thailand other Sean separatist groups with stronger ideological roots had expanded their bases in Burma. In particular the Sean State Army with whom Koon saw had an on again off again, relationship had become a military and political force to be reckoned with. If Kuhn saw wanted to even be the nominal leader of the rebel movement he was going to have to eliminate them. February nineteen eighty-three Kuhn saw shan united. Army. Swept into the homeowner valley whether Sean States Army kept its main base. It's close proximity to Thailand provided an easy escape route in case of attack from the Burmese government. But for Kuhn, saw, the valley was also prime real estate for opium trafficking coon says, troops faced little resistance the Shan State Army immediately realized they were outmatched and retreated Kuhn saw walked right in and took control of the home. Valley. In the village of Ho Mong he established his new headquarters declaring it the new capital of the future, a Free Sean State, but he wasn't finished coon sauce and a handful of his most trusted men into northern Thailand and assassinated several sean independence leaders. By the summer of Nineteen eighty-three, he had made himself one of the only viable leaders of the Sean 'cause and reclaimed his place atop the opium trade.
Police chief says 2 people have been killed in a warehouse shooting in Illinois, suspected gunman found dead
"A workplace shooting in Springfield Illinois left two people dead and one critically injured police chief Kenny Winslow says the alleged gunman forty eight year old Michael Collins was found dead in his car several hours later upon arrival officers located two victims inside one of the buildings on the property and one of the parking lot the suspect had fled the scene prior to officers arrival Winslow would not discuss a possible motive for the warehouse shooting but said Collins knew all of the
31-year-old bicyclist trapped under truck, critically hurt in Northwest Side Chicago collision
"A bicyclist is in critical condition after police say a forty eight year old city of Chicago truck driver hit and dragged a cyclist this morning on the northwest side it happened near the corner of Milwaukee and Belmont around eight thirty as the bomba rogo witnessed the collision is that and then when he realized what he'd be the guy yeah very emotional screaming the truck driver was taken to the hospital for evaluation Chicago police are investigating investigating so far no citations have been
Police Arrest Man Who Allegedly Tried To Set Hotel Clerk On Fire, Dallas-Fort Worth
"Meanwhile more now on the arrest of a forty eight year old man in connection with an attempted robbery and arson at a north fort worth motel captain David Jones with fort worth fire says David Sarkeesian was captured on surveillance video sporting a flammable liquid onto a clerk at the budget inn near the eight twenty north loop and beat St tenet knighting it causing minor burns and minor property damage received about ten tips from the citizens one of those tips when asked to this individual which caused us to start investigating him further we were able to tie him to the vehicle that we see him waiting in Sir KZN is charged with arson of a habitation causing bodily injury he is in the Tarrant county jail on a hundred thousand dollars
Police Arrest Man Who Allegedly Tried To Set Hotel Clerk On Fire in Dallas Area
"A man who allegedly said a hotel clerk on fire in an attempted robbery last weekend is behind bars we get the update from KRLD is Andrew Greenstein earlier this week the fort worth fire department released surveillance video of the man sporting flammable liquid towards the clerk at the budget host inn near the A. twenty north loop in beach street and igniting it causing minor burns and minor property damage Mike Tripp doll with fort worth fire says that footage was instrumental in the tips that led to the arrest of forty eight year old David Sarkeesian not is what ultimately led to the collapse that they got us in this one Sarkeesian was arrested without incident last night and is charged with arson of a habitation causing bodily injury he's in the Tarrant county jail on one hundred thousand dollars bond
New Jersey woman who killed wife with wine chiller arrested in Houston
"A New Jersey woman who fled to Texas after allegedly murdering her wife in their home was apprehended and charged forty eight year old Myra gavel Anna's electus is charged with murder in the death of her thirty two year old wife Rebecca gavel Anna's Alexis and is awaiting extradition to New Jersey after being captured Wednesday in Houston by members of the FBI the U. S. marshal service and the Houston police department authorities say gavel Anna's electus allegedly beat her wife to death with a wine cooler in their brick New Jersey town house last weekend after her wife tried to end their relationship Rebecca gavel and as elected said told her co workers that she had feared for her safety in the days before her death and when she didn't show up for work on may seventeenth friends and co workers alerted authorities
Video of Black Choir Director Killed by Houston Police Officer Will be Shown to Family
"Of last week's week's officer officer involved involved shooting shooting which which killed killed a a well well known known gospel gospel singer singer in in the the Houston Houston area area will will be be shown shown to to his his family family but but not not to to the the public public that's that's a a decision decision for for police police chief chief art art Acevedo Acevedo who who says says he wants to protect both the suspect and his family as well as the officer involved in that shooting I don't ever want to see a case where an officer in Sabine indicted next thing you know there's a change of venue and ends up in East Texas or some other part of Texas it isn't this melting pot we call Harris County with jurors did may have a different mindset than the people responding the chief says the video confirms forty eight year old Adrian Maderas struggled with the officer during a drug driving stop then grab that officer's taser before he was
Dallas - Denton County Judge Announces Son Of Trophy Club Mayor Dies Of COVID-19 Complications
"Wall trophy club mayor Nick Sanders and his wife were able to recover from the corona virus their son was not yours K. our oldies Bailey Friday the forty eight year old son of trophy club mayor Nick Sanders has died from complications of the corona virus Wade Sanders passed away on Tuesday didn't county judge Andy eads posted a video on social media announcing the news share story
New York - 48-Year-Old Man Shot To Death On Staten Island
"Crime is down in the city but it's still happening the forty eight year old man was shot to death on Staten Island last night in front of four seventeen Bradley Avenue that's the Meiers corners neighborhood there's no word yet on who shot him were
"forty eight years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Three forty eight years New Jersey fast track full of areas of the terrible you want to avoid this afternoon at least for now this reporter sponsored by staples is still a really bad back up going south from before exit nine down towards close today a day this is the remnants of truck accident for truck for a ball one of them went up off the roadway down in the bank but apparently and with the debris still too so they managed to move all of that activity off to the shoulder but traffic is still very busy really not having a north at a fact in that area but farther up the line you've got the north and delays from before the gobbles bridge heading up towards the area between thirteen and fourteen there is a fully engulfed tractor trailer fire on the shoulder but the fire crews of the right and center lanes closed on the truck planes sap and catch delays to coming down from the Newark extension and write down past the work liberty airports a lot of action on the turnpike parkway started to build up north one forty three and one forty five to eighty seven and pockets through because got away in over to four forty rude not to lake when you've got delays and seventy west and they could also slow coming up towards New Hampshire Avenue watch for slow traffic seventy three north in Marlton their Greentree road utility repairs in the right lane not bad across the Delaware that's in the still of thirty minute delays in and out of Penn station on NJ transit trains at staples as a whole lot more in store like a huge selection of ink and toner in stock at a low prices everyday stock up for the new year at staples traffic every fifteen minutes next reported four oh three I'm John rivers on New Jersey one a one point five what a one point five instant whether that late January sunshine doing its best today we are dry unseasonably cool with high.
"forty eight years" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"By forty eight year K. R. L. the why is the red cross leaving that's coming up after we check your traffic and weather together on the H. Julian Rogers all right we're wrapping up a couple of areas six thirty five east still had moved to the light the right shoulder that was at Jupiter it's gone now so hopefully things will start to pick up but I'll tell you what looking at the very back into traffic which is somewhere between the Galleria and Preston road it's a lot of brake lights and so it'll still be over thirty minutes to get into ski at least from this point you got keep in mind you still have traffic coming from farmers branch so this wave of delay it will probably not settle down here for you very soon anyway all it's going to take a look at the turnpike in Carrollton upregulate looking much better westbound at Dickerson you had a crash blocking the two right lanes and really Gemma things up from around Josie but the pretty much got that taken care of now and speeds are on the way back up westbound thirty before Coxhill that accident clearing on the right shoulder traffic still relaxing from around sylvan and in Duncanville see a problem right now south on sixty seven around Weakland road got a report of an accident trying to nail down what lane Nancy and if you happen to see it would really like to hear from you at two one four two one nine ten eighty an S. traffic have the almost back to camp wisdom so you're noticing some new delays there and I am noticing some new delays heading out towards a lead on west bound twenty so right at the merge with thirty that's where everything comes to a grinding halt and it looks like the problem the source of it is going to be passed eleven eighty seven as you get between the lead on willow park and that definitely some activity in there this is more than likely an accident so get ready to be on the brakes for a spell and if you're betting on I thirty towards downtown fort worth let's see how that looks ready for west about thirty thirty five W. actual obstruction that accident it is gone it's still pretty slow back to Oakland past that point in Arlington self on three sixty at Trinity the accidents on the right shoulder mainly to get by slowly but they're getting my find that backup is pretty heavy to one eighty three and westbound twenty you'll find some sluggish conditions from Matlock to Kelly Elliott and thirty five north round grow Hebron parkway in Lewisville there is no longer an accident on the right side of the road there but there is still some heavy traffic if you're trying to get from business one twenty one up to like Dallas I'm Julie Rogers next report at five fifty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen we know a thing or two your weather for bear to financial services company RW Baird Texas dot com tonight showers and storms are likely in there still barreling through the.
"forty eight years" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Forty eight year old man from worth was in critical condition when he was taken to advocate Christ hospital prosecutors were interviewing the witnesses before the filing of any charges Mike Krauser newsradio one of five point nine FM former First Lady former US senator former presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton back in her hometown of northwest suburban park ridge today specifically about the twenty sixteen campaign there were so many unprecedented things about that campaign that I hope never happen again but I fear could Clinton spoke to a crowd at the Pickwick theatre I just wish every American would accept and understand that the Russians played a major role in the last campaign and are intending to do it again I mean they felt like they achieve their objective technology has just sped up everything that we do and the amount of information that comes out everybody and how do you how do you know whether the information is true or not Clinton was in town to preview an exhibit called trailblazing women of park ridge there was also a screening of a documentary about her life Terry Cashner newsradio one of five point nine FM the demolition of auroras historic Masonic Temple which was gutted by fire this week has begun our chief development officer John Curley says he wanted to begin demolition as soon as possible because of fears the temple could collapse especially the top of the building the super structured still expanded when heated push full walls out on the top so that will be the first thing that they focus on that may be done part partly by smaller equipment they can get a little closer to the building the demolition could take about fifteen days to complete with a price tag of seven hundred eighty thousand dollars Aurora has decided to salvage the four columns of the temple's main entrance and the cornerstone of the building which might contain a time capsule air monitoring equipment has been installed to insure hazardous materials are released during demolition auroras fire chief says any hazard would only affect the demolition site Jim good as these radio one of five point nine FM how much money's been spent on legal fees since alderman ed Burke was indicted on racketeering and bribery charges sun times reports the older man's campaign fund not the older man himself has spent nearly four hundred thousand dollars so far in his defense and the trial hasn't even started yet that's not until next year the Burke indictments centers on a series of schemes including true involving city landmarks in the field museum and the old main post office WBBM news time chan.
"forty eight years" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"You one of these people who watch TV with the close captioning on even if you have no hearing problem one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five for forty eight years fast traffic it's been really rough on seventy seven in that stretch going north and up towards aged forty one a rate eighty that's a crash being cleared also sound then slowdowns as well coming down south River Road down towards for forty at a crash and four forty and what bridge to this report is sponsored by staples staples printed marketing service can help your business turned big ideas and a bigger ideas staples printed marketing for your business printing ambience staples twenty twos still very slow Easton union Vauxhall rubber a crash is gone there's another one right by the parkway apparently on twenty two east and seventy eight eastbound coming at the Berkeley guide to domino right at exit forty three that's a crash it's the left lane that is currently knocked out of commission both spurs of the troubling rough sounds out of the car the truck planes at a south of the gospels reg lots of delays we have a crash in seventy eight west right by two eighty seven parkway south at one thirty one there's an accident read nine declared one on the southbound side coming in old bridge more delays and nine through free old and the lake with the seventy two and the parkway said stretches of slowdowns one oh five to one hundred and then coming down towards south of ninety eight all the way down eighty two lots of delays along the way leaving New Jersey ten to fifteen minutes of the Lincoln tunnel slightly better the Holland Tom rivers New Jersey traffic north Christina south New Jersey traffic south we're looking at a closure of black horse pike in Atlantic city accident investigation going on here with a bad accident that happened by the Atlantic city expressway so please avoid that spot also north bound to ninety five right by route thirty exit twenty nine it crashes in the left lane were looking at the lake is very heavy ones back to route forty seven the southbound side of two ninety five seventy three seventy is a hot spot more delays more recruits route forty two and six seventy six out after forty choose under the speed limit we do have delays right now one one ninety five east after two oh six and Hamilton square road just enough why I did you go any time I regret right now as of. stand by for a drawbridge opening traffic every fifteen minutes next reports a five oh three on New Jersey when a one point five. he won a one point five instant whether if you're going to be out in about late tonight or early tomorrow morning.
"forty eight years" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"It is now eight twenty seven WCCO a welcome back to steal talk and I'm your host journal instill in joining me has been Evan Francine thank you again for joining us tonight Sir it really is a pleasure because we're learning a lot and we really are getting the truth from you I love that you said we are about the truth and transparency as well so thank you good to be here okay so what keeps you up at night well I actually it's it's what my fortune old daughter does online you know just worrying about you know predators sexual trafficking cyberbullying those types of things I can sort of afford to lose you know access to an account here there may be some privacy things but it's it's truly more of a safety thing for me so all of the ways they've given the parents to try to protect their children many are not working anymore some of them are antiquated that's another problem with with technology it's ever changing yeah absolutely I mean whether I'm forty eight years old and I was one of the last generation's really to grow up without you know I a smartphone you know we had to use the pay phone when we want to call you know call home call somebody up land mines things like that I think this this parental generation you didn't grow up with these things it's a different time you know in in trying to understand it and sort of catch up is is difficult you know I am read not so long ago that there are so few pay phones in the country that every airport has to have one so I believe it was between twelve hundred and thirty five hundred pay phones in the country in the country can you imagine and then who's going to have the change on them to use it right anyway it's crazy so where do we go from here Sir I think you know as much as you can I mean I understand that there's this constant poll new things new apps new features a new technology as much as you can in your life try to simplify just get simple if you're if there's an app that you don't use in it there's no no purpose to it don't install it if if Google home if you go without it then go without it unless you know how to secure it everything that you add into your life brings more security challenges more privacy challenges just think those things through before you plug them in and start using what do you think of Norton three sixty I think it's good it's it's as good as you most of those applications you know those internet safety or internet you know anti virus applications are good suite of applications to run whether good Norton or Symantec I'm sorry or I can be a really all around good next week yeah thank you well I tell you it's it's interesting when I don't feel protected at all in my grand children and again at that point my oldest granddaughter where you know she can work an iPad better then I can't so you know it's really disturbing because it's ever changing so we have to encourage the parents to get on top of this it has been a pleasure having you joining us tonight and I sure hope that we can have you join us again thank you thank you very much have a great night you too Sir that was Evan Francine he is the founder.
"forty eight years" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"I just wanna thank you and your staff for allowing me to talk to you. Sure. What's up? So Mr. Enzi, I'm little bit of a fork in the road at the moment. I career I have the opportunity and privilege as the last years for working for my father. We didn't heating and air conditioning locally Sam Marin county, and you know, how counties the county it's very populated obviously gonna make a good wage out here to actually survive. I don't make that great of a wage to live out here. I make wrestling twenty dollars an hour because I guess living. However, my question to you would be if I need to take a critic Shane's in career choice that would be different from not working for my father currently. So you're you guys are two person operation. No. There's actually a small company about seven or eight of us. Okay. All right and your dad's been in the heating and air business for how long. So this company has been actually my grandfather's everything and business for forty eight years. And so your goal has been all along to take over the company someday. It's funny. You say that honestly, Mr. the three years ago 'cause I'm twenty two now I had no idea what I wanted to do. And I kinda took this leap of faith. You're seeing if I would like this career passing ended up being something that I wanted to stay in do. But the real question becomes now. Do I keep the legacy going and know that I'm not gonna take as great a pay or do I go and find, you know, a different job at different opportunities that would allow me you know to. So I guess you would Say say. financially. Excel where I'm currently at today in. Future. Well, I mean, you're twenty two. So when you're thirty two you would probably be running at least part of this operation, correct? You know what? That's honestly, something I have never discussed thought. Because right now, I'm just I mean. This. You're making your decision based on twenty dollars an hour at twenty two years old, and that's not the that's not the data point that you want us to make this decision. The data point is that you want us to make the decisions. What does the future? Look like if the future ten years from now twenty dollars an hour. Yeah. I'm with you. You got a problem? Okay. But if the future is how old is your dad. My dad is currently forty five. Okay. So ten years. He'll be fifty five twenty years. He'll be sixty five. Right. Okay. And so you gotta think about where are we going to end up because you could end up owning a sixty person heating and air company making a half million dollars a year as the owner. Why could you not grow it? Why could you not learn marketing, what could you not learn management, and leadership and accounting and grow a business? You know and say, okay, I'm not gonna just own my job. This has been a small operation. It's supported my family. Well, my dad did okay with it, obviously makes more than twenty dollars an hour. Agreed. Absolutely..
"forty eight years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Sold dot com, and wishing a happy eighty ninth birthday this week to astronaut Buzz Aldrin, the man who was of course, the inspiration for probably some of your kids and grandkids favorite Disney. Character light year. I come in peace and also buzz still writes books and does make some public appearances occasionally, he officially retired from NASA back in nineteen seventy one that was forty eight years ago. Forty eight years this guy's been retired winter. So I'm wondering how long does a typical retirement last for federal retiree? Can we expect to be retired that long I don't believe you forty eight years? No, I don't believe the Google machine. I'm telling you, I don't will. Honestly, I don't believe it because I have seen many financial planning calculators. And they mostly illustrate retirement out to age ninety. Oh, okay. Five to ninety. So there's no way that someone could live beyond that. Yeah. If it's not in the report, it doesn't happen. But we all know that. I mean, I I remember with Braxton and Camden, you know, we got a book on how to raise kids, and that's exactly how it went. We were just like, oh, hey, they need to get your ass. So we just turn to page seven and just follow the steps and it worked out perfectly and that. No. So forty eight years almost five decades. And it's funny because I was in the reason why I thought of a report because actually had someone come into the office with a report and it projected their retirement outrage, eighty five and it may have gone to ninety it used to be eighty-five forever. But I think some of these they think they updated some of the software to show ninety and he said, yeah, we won't even live to ninety and I did the calculation if we spat down all of our money between retirement, and and ninety we have more than enough, and etc. Etc. Honestly, I didn't even know what to think. Because the wife's sitting there. And I think Korea does this to me sometimes too. So I can read it you don't even have to nod left and right to know that the life disagrees. Like, maybe it's not a good plan. It's just a look we get in our is. Yeah. Yeah. And so I said, well, would it be okay with you? If your retirement plan work, no matter, how long you live, and he's like, I don't know about that. I don't know if I would want one of those, and that was really just a reluctant showing because I think that we're afraid to plan sometimes. So here's the trick. Here's the trick. Right. Because we have to find this perfect balance of assets preservations important accumulations is important if we if we put it all under the mattress into savings account. And if you your parents lived through the depression in the freezer, then you might have your money a road just from inflation alone. But at the same time if you put one hundred percent of your money in the market, and they was volatility extraordinary volatility like two thousand and two thousand eight maybe what's coming the next couple of years, then you would put yourself in harm's way. And so how do we find this balance between accumulation and preservation? When retirement could last five decades, maybe it just last five decades for one spouse that we wanna make sure that they're taken care of. So when I was talking with this couple, what we decided to do was they said, you know, what let's just segregate out the income monies that baseline quality of life. And let's make sure no matter how we allocate those funds that your income last for as long as you should live. No matter what. And then we will have some other monies that redundancy that are growing that are doing some of the other things that we'd want that are more accumulation like, and we'll have some safe savings firm urgency's and slush fund. And maybe that's how we should build the plan instead of just trying to pay exactly when we're gonna die. Isn't that ridiculous? I'm guessing you've got a not out of her meeting when you send them. Well, the husband was like, well, you know, mortalities like eighty three point eight. And I said, yeah. But the statistics change if bows are still living in their sixties one of us gonna live into the nineties statistically speaking as probably going to be her. I'm guessing at this point. The funny thing is the wife kind of taps them on the on the arm like we need to start listening listening because we want the plan to work. No matter what. Yeah. And I think that's what we all want. Winter. We want to know that that plan's gonna work. No matter what no matter how long are retirement last. And if you're not sure about how your income plan will work for you all throughout retirement, however, long that happens to be for you. It's why we encourage you to sit down with winter in the team and actually build that retirement income plan one that keeps up with you all three retirement. So if you'd like to start.
"forty eight years" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Forty eight years old this donation in his memory when my heartfelt gratitude to those angels. And for all those like, my brother in the hope that they will make with the help, but this nation army the red kettle is open at hughhewitt dot com. David Drucker is open on the radio show. David Drucker, the Washington Examiner. David did the prison break Bill paths last night? Yeah. It cleared it for well. He didn't pass finally, but he cleared a a big procedural at all. It's what we call a cloture vote. So it's going to get a final vote. And I think it's going to pass. Now, I think it's been improved dramatically by number of amendments made last week having to do with, narrowing down ward and discretion. Making some sex abuse convicts ineligible for early time credit making no dealers than eligible for early time credit, but Senator Tom cotton and Senator John Kennedy have offered three additional amendments. I'll be tight with Senator cotton next hour. What do you make of those amendments? I think they will be voted on today. Correct. And I don't know that they're gonna pass. And I don't know that it matters because there are enough votes for this thing the key with this. He was always whether or not McConnell. War because there there have always been more than enough votes. More than sixty for this thing to pass the issue was getting it on the floor. And once we got on the floor. It really didn't matter whether Senator cotton amended has or not he's been obviously, one of the biggest opponents of the Bill without certain changes. There were other opponents that were with you, and they dropped off and join the people in support with the changes that were already made. I don't think it's really gonna matter whether or not the continent amendments pass, I I don't know if they're gonna pass. It's not gonna stop the Bill. You know, it seems to me that there's a lot of risk in voting against them. Because if someone is released one of them is merely one merely says we're going to follow the people who are released and see whether or not they revert to criminality that seems to me to be the most easy of the three to get through. The other two are categories of crimes that they wish to not have cotton talk about it. I don't know how anyone can vote against them. But we'll see if they pass one or all of them will the Bill still pass, David Drucker. Yeah. I think I think well, I think the Bill would still probably pass. I just you know, this has been a real battle. And there are a lot of policy differences here. We're just as simple as well. They all agree on the stage. They would be in there. There are a lot of interest groups advocacy is a better word people care about the policy. There are a lot of people with opinions on on. How generous for look for minded is still should be trying to do is incensed tamp down on the amount of a form who gets. And what kind of changes and how many years and all of that? He's also trying to make sure that victims of these criminals who are going to be released early get notice that they're getting out which is a big deal in the victim's rights movement. My my buddy Steve has been active in that for years, and they always want notification when their assailant or their exploiter get out they wanna know they wanna be on on alert. Let me ask you about the shutdown eight hundred thousand federal employees looking at no paycheck. Many of them are gonna have to work come Friday. I think it's happening. I think it's gonna go on for a long time. What say you, David Drucker? Good possibility. It will. The Democrats don't see any political incentive for to the president. What he wants the president doesn't see any political incentive down, and you're gonna have a shipping in Democrats. You know, they won big election at least in the house, and they're looking at a few weeks away from being empowering actually, how many saying this which has its own problems. But for now the way this plays out is let's shut down for a couple of weeks. And we'll come back when we have more leverage more power to deal with the van, but especially always about the political incentives with shutdowns and right now, I don't think anybody appears to sheer politics now, they don't dialect Trump fares. It'll make Republicans fear it it's pretty far away from an election that people who fair to the hundred thousand fads who won't get paid many of whom will have to work at Christmas time, they're going to get paid. And that's too bad that they the border wall. Can't get funded enough. People can't get paid. And that's that is it if the Democrats would fund border barriers this would pass, right? David drucker. Well, put it this way. If the Democrats give Trump the amount of money that he's asking for just one border barriers. Listen pass, but they're five billion dollars. Right. Five billion. About everybody. Just from the perspective. Hugh, everybody is claiming there for border security and everybody is claiming that they're against integration. But they all have different ideas. So they say about what to do about it. And that's what this disagreement is about. And the president said five billion dollars is what I need, and they say you get one point six. So we're about cleaning up billions dollars apart. How significant.
"forty eight years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"NewsRadio time is one zero two. No charges will be filed against Aurora. Police officers who responded to a disturbance call and wound up shooting and killing a man who was trying to protect his family. Richard Gary black was a Vietnam veteran. He had hearing issues and he adjusts shot and killed a man who broke into his family's home. When officers arrived at the home. They saw man who had a gun in one hand and a flashlight in the other when they ordered him to drop the weapon he did not respond and instead pointed the flashlight toward the officers one of them responded and fired his weapon. Four times the decision. Not to file charges was based on body Cam footage and the crime scene reports in Adams county, the man accused of killing teenager, Natalie Bolinger has pleaded guilty to second degree murder. Joseph Lopez had claimed that Bollinger shot herself. And that also she wanted to be shot and killed. Her body was found in Adams county in late December of last year. Lopez will face forty eight years in prison. The Denver Broncos now six and six on the year are preparing for the San Francisco forty Niners on Sunday, the Broncos decided against putting cliff Harris junior on I r and they're hoping he might return either for the last game of the year. Maybe a playoff game Harris fractured his leg on Sunday in the victory over the Bengals yesterday. Harris gave us an update better today is standing you can't do.
"forty eight years" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Forty eight year old man was found dead inside the Longwood subway station in the Bronx. The circumstances of his death, quite bizarre. Here's identified badly says an emotionally disturbed person who was found unconscious and unresponsive on the top landing of the escalator his shirt, apparently stuck in the escalator mechanism and ended up choking him to death. It's unclear. This was a strange accident or a suicide. The investigation is continuing some breaking business news this morning and other iconic name and read. Tale has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection? Sears once dominated the American retail landscape now buckling under its massive debt load in staggering losses. They question is whether the shrunken version of itself can be viable or whether it'll be forced to go out of business. Both Sears and KMart together. Closing the final chapter for an iconic name that originated more than a century ago. Series started out as a mail order catalogue in eighteen eighty s rose to power in the retail business, even sold houses. Ready to be put together on land near you on a slow March toward extinction as it lagged behind its fears and has incurred massive losses. Over the years. Let's against Sears filed for bankruptcy. Wins. News time four twenty six. Now, Bloomberg money watch on ten ten wins as the week on Wall Street begins. Investors might be hoping for a little less volatility after last week's wild ride. But Ryan dietrick of LPN financial reminds us to take the long view and look back to two thousand sixteen. A big midterm election. A little bit of weakness and uncertainty ahead of time makes sense. Let's not forget before the US election in November two thousand sixteen. We had either nine or ten day losing streak on the Dow one of the longest losing streaks in a while. And then we had a obviously a bounce after Bank of America reports quarterly earnings before the market opens this morning, Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs in net. Flicks report tomorrow third quarter reports from US companies will show whether the Trump administration's tax breaks are still boosting corporate profits retail sales numbers come out today. The forecasters say they picked up in September the optimistic outlook is supported by the university of Michigan's consumer sentiment index. Canada becomes the first G seven country to begin selling recreational marijuana on Wednesday, Bloomberg money watch at twenty six and fifty six past every hour. I'm Martin dicara for ten ten wins wins. News time four twenty seven. This is firefighter Raphael. Poor.
"forty eight years" Discussed on Coffee House Shots
"Breakfast by march twenty nineteen but if you won't do what you signed up to do on the border in december the eu was able to transitions often anti this is unequivocally how his result but i think the beacon question is the expectation is inset timber the euro the cabinet will go and not having to go to check as again to discuss how they respond to be eu demanding more concessions and i think the problem is but what the eu might demont might remove the fig leaves the the brexit here's a carney heidi by model go on more yesterday and he was old yeah parliament has to approve every change so parliament can choose when it's not worth doing this kind of the classic we've taken back control we're just choosing not to exercise argument if you'd mortals i'm going to autumn attack auto martissant for that that you know very some mechanism in this just happens it was magically ben only think it becomes much more difficult for the breakfast is defend this stuff i mean this is this is what is gonna what he's getting so fraud so katie and now that reza me is rubbed out some of her red lines are we seeing new ones being drawn by the brexit years for example that parliaments must be able to vote on any new regulation on goods the eu that there is no freedom of movement between britain and the eu and that these red lines will be the next ones to be under assault in the negotiations of michel barnier and if they're crossed these red lines and not anything released week might lead to more resignations yes and i did think watching michael graves the parents on the andrew maher show at yesterday that he was laying them out so clearly it was going to be incredibly hard for him to stay in that position stay in the cabinet if to raise my starts to rupp those at t so it did seem that it's going to be something that will come up and it will be very hard for those cabinet brexit the stay in post i also think there's a slight tactical issue number ten need to confront aside from whether or not she survives the confidence vote which seems like she probably will even now which is who are they expected to vote for this brexit because if the forty eight years skeptic nbc fire of letters say the decide that they didn't like and right now they've decided it's west of both worlds so it's going to take something quite dressed it when the background yet we think it's going to be able to dan they have to appeal to labor mp's labor leaders probably will take the same view as some of the conservative brexit is because gavin bar this afternoon to look into labor mp's and lived mp's about why the steelers ak even smp mb's they are gonna want an even softer brexit so it seems to me that she either has to completely change tack and make it a much harder brexit or she's going to have to make it so soft that you get people in the snp lived and labor to come round because the cool ister mp's he probably the least attached to the then are going to help to raise make ideal for they want to bring about an early election and get jeremy kuban into number ten i think actually that's biggest problem right now so gyms if she's going to have a few dozen maybe three dozen rebels maturity that benchers she would need a lot more rebels labour benches nominee live them's left nowadays think about labor in trying to to bank this what do you think the labor party is like because sure the corporate news says will want to do anything that's more likely to have a general election more likely to put them there manage number ten do you think that's kevin bar will will succeed in managing to sign up some labor mp's to theresa may's calls so he'll be visiting labor mp's ebay expected to back of on syria edgy moderate labour mp's you don't they going to have much of a career left on the jeremy corbyn and so might do the kind of inverted commas the right thing and prime minister in.
"forty eight years" Discussed on The Michael Knowles Show
"He's some great genius here's actually how i know because he tweeted out he said if this was one hundred forty eight years ago i would have been more like harriet or nat would have been like harriet tubman or nap turner now i wonder why why did he say a hundred forty eight years ago under forty eight years ago was eighteen seventy but that was after slavery ended so what does it mean to be harriet tubman after slavery is abolished what does it mean to be nap turner after slavery's abolished five years after the end of the civil war and then i just googled i had a hunch so gold how long ago to the did slavery end in america and the first results as one hundred forty years ago but it's an article from twenty thirteen so i think that's it right i think that's probably explains it is off the top of his head kind you said how long ago to slavery and okay i'll use that number and so i'm not saying he's a rhode scholar i'm not saying he's this great political philosopher but he's making extraordinarily important points and he has a an important virtue the courage to withstand the leftist onslaught that he is currently getting from everybody and it's not just on twitter and it's not just on tmz or whatever stupid television shows he's going on he's he's getting it and text messages from friends of his family and people who are saying you're mentally ill you're a traitor you're this you're that and he's and he's got this manliness a harvey mansfield writes about it that even a manly virtue is to be confident and to pursue the right as you see the right even when you lack perfect knowledge even when you lack technical knowledge even when you lack total detailed knowledge it's why kanye west is similar to donald trump it's why they shared dragon energy because when donald trump entered the race he certainly didn't possess a perfect knowledge of public policy or foreign policy but he he just knew what he thought he knew his vision for the country he knew the motivating principles the premises any follow them and he wouldn't allow himself to be intimidated by all these little technical soy boys who say will you didn't.
"forty eight years" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"A few emails still have some stacked up but i thought i spent a couple of minutes with you kind of talking through lawrence's call yesterday as i mentioned he wrote my cell phone number down at a seminar probably ten years ago and he kept it all these years he wasn't ready to retire then is evidently a small business owners single forty eight and it says you know what i want to start traveling i wanna live my life and he's done a fantastic job by the way of accumulating he's got about three hundred and fifty thousand bucks in cash and six hundred and fifty thousand in ira's it's a million dollars for a forty eight year old that's darn good but as obvious question was can i kinda get there from here at age forty eight well you know i got to be thinking about a fifty year life expectancy here scott long jevon and his family and it would be i think wrong and perhaps immoral for some of the any kind of financial background to talk to this guy about dying at age eighty four whenever he's supposed to die because i just don't think that makes sense for somebody forty eight years old with what we know about the medical technology today fifty years from now it'll be living probably five ten years longer than the life expectancy tables have today and even as as it stands right now he's probably got a twenty five percent chance of making the ninety nine or close to it if he's in super good health so i've got to worry about fifty years so the first thing that goes through my mind and the reason i do this i want you to kind of try to get inside the head of a financial advisor retirement specialist not that i do this stuff anymore but i did it for so many years i can't help it i can't help myself so the first thing that goes through my mind is all right does he have enough money to live on so lawrence how much you wanna live on.
"forty eight years" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The which the non holland fall gone it is why you want abidjan's zone high forty eight years of an ally in the morning dominance of everything tame i'm jason relaxes the country superstar don maclean and you don't forget the show never stops on social media follow as there were most active on the installer glaama loss in style in style uh jay lacks an the city's dawn at dark in jason mathison and of course the mitag one of seven one account always on behind the scenes things there but let's do you have anything up there anyway all those isolated courses they were posing for me all the fancy conceive assets in our time at the zoo 'cause we went on friday and a lot of fun picking out the animals and discovery bay were after party's going to be so the johnny of them do pigs to don't you them i don't know what is going to do i i know that i had pictures of all my birthday at the lexington and yes so that was great meal the feast that i have some pictures over the weekend of the bully walk and then a little dinner party that we had was and special guests you can see all of that seventy nine to sign huge you fun fifty seven forty two two two five and to fund are coming up on seven fifty thumbed his i'm just yes some this is actually a part to you were not here for part one of this love that oh seventy hanson was here and we were talking about an full disclosure because i have a lotta people in my life including my husband that no restaurant people are in the restaurant business whether you know of straight straight from a restaurant or kind of a six 94 their advice bob in some way i i hear this a lot from a variety of people so i wanted to bring it to the people to help all of you out and that is don't wait to complain about food or service at a restaurant don't wait until you get home and then right a horrible review on yelp or google or facebook do yourself a favor because you're paying for it let somebody know let a.
"forty eight years" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Special council looking into russian meddling in last year's election has reportedly extended the investigation into possible obstruction of justice by the president it's morning edition from npr news ooh coming up we question of democratic lawmaker patty murray on what an expanding investigation could be i'm steve inskeep and i may to martin were also learning more details about the man who shot five people at a republican baseball pact outside washington dc yesterday we'll hear from residents of his hometown this hour plus congress passes new tighter sanctions on in russia whatever mean for the trump administration the struggles to get humanitarian aid to people in need and south sudan and how the decline of the retail industry has left some workers address it's thursday june 15 rapper an actor ice q is forty eight years old today the news is next live from npr news in washington i'm of coleman a published report says the special counsel investigating russian meddling in the us election is now looking into whether president trump obstructed justice in the investigation the washington post reports that special counsel robert muller is seeking to question several top in intelligence officials devlin barrett is with the washington post he tells npr's morning edition the special council will likely be checking up on last week's testimony from fired fbi director james colmey were told that investigators wanna talk to a handful of senior intelligence official and that mexican beach because you know this this whole debate between what what occurred but in the private meetings between call me at trump it essentially a he said.
"forty eight years" Discussed on WCTC
"Welcome to the show hi all all over to you listeners so when you allow epa in your it banks and all i talk about ball while iggy language law will yes orange already to go yes well i i i do not understand eat people i wasn't avenue registered democrat almalak i'm quick keep old mao i voted goal in february one member and you hold a news out oh boy and sorry to out to obama what ever died may come late iraq are you a crime they have meant obama oh well you're not jimmy trucco and when you say you want another forty eight years of obama you meant hillary clinton yet right whereas what i thought jim it's i've thought relating to own it right right that's okay well it's in and that was the that was the concern it often is when you have a two term president and you know someone from their party is running the that's what they'll do that's exactly what they did with a john mccain we don't want to know eight more years of the bush administration or whatever it might be on but for for this was going to be i suspect in thank you down we appreciate the call i suspect it was actually going to be ramped up even more i think i think hillary would have gone a lot further than obama on many issues and so um that was you know i don't know where to put most of the weight whether it was that the fear of what she was going to do in the future i think that was certainly a big part of it but also the person what she had demonstrated in her past what was being clearly demonstrated in proven to the american people about her past him who she was i think that was also just as big of a concern please welcome jimmy it was the guy accepted guide now michaels our special access to the grid for one of the bushfire hazardous you do is linked to joint chiefs of staff with small stanley of jesse a vault you're were it a country where people.
"forty eight years" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront
"A vote to hear you expand on your sentence about you at the rich off a had that i was going to come back to us so what because i was it was a jim colmey that made you wanna rents amadeo as just the the the the the vision of a small table in the green room with the president and the fbi director seeded they're having a quite legend a cavernous room with two navy stewards waiting on them and director colmey feeling uncomfortable awkward knowing that they shouldn't be says the loyal yet plaid yes has asked with allowed to do this for forty eight years and david you could certainly speeches forty eight years fbi director hoover who puppet strings and had presidents on their heels we now have a president that was attempting to put an fbi director on his heel so so let me ask because when it comes to obstruction of justice which i now john jinnah jeffrey toobin agree on they believe that this document shows that that happy that that that indeed happen i wanna read the quote for you all about what jim comey says happened with the flynn investigation are just to get your full analysis here because this is obviously going to be one of the most crucial parts of this a along with of course the loyalty pledge and the president not being under investigation here too i had understood rights colmey the president to be requesting that we drop any investigation of flint in connection with false statements about his conversations with the russian ambassador in december i did not understand that the president to be talking about the broader investigation into russia or possible links to his campaign i could be wrong but i took him to just be focusing on what had happened with flynn's departure.