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Restaurants are Back - What Now?

Smart Kitchen Show

02:04 min | 21 hrs ago

Restaurants are Back - What Now?

"Jen story this week about some some news on foot traffic restaurants which is up fifty percents since the beginning of the year. This that's apprising but like what we're seeing there is. we're hearing. what. The data origen. Yeah so this. Data came from a tech company called Marketing tech company. I reach and they do a lot of restaurant marketing tech and they basically said this week. That foot traffic to restaurants and also they did put some retail in with that In this report But it's up forty eight percent since the start of twenty twenty one which You know. I think like you said mike. It's not terribly surprising. Now that Vaccines are more. Widely distributed and economy is in cities are fooling reopened or almost reopened so This was always gonna happen I think i did think it was interesting And they didn't go into excruciating detail about this but san diego california had a one hundred ninety eight percent increase in foot traffic since january. Twenty twenty one and then los angeles and san jose were next both at one hundred forty one percent so You know california took. I think it was Five of the top seven spots on the list of cities with increases in foot traffic I wonder how much of that is. Due like what states had mandated kind of limitations on restaurants. If you're down. Maybe in the south where there wasn't as many restrictions to delete governors be more permissive to the jumps weren't as big but also like another more interesting part of the story is When you read about it and kind of what. We're hearing as well as like so many of these restaurants that are seeing surging traffic or having trouble staffing and this kind of goes to another story. I read earlier in the week. And that's so many folks who were in the restaurant industry during the pandemic found other work and they don't plan on going

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Arizona Native American Community Offer Vaccine Incentive to Non Profits

Native America Calling

01:33 min | Last month

Arizona Native American Community Offer Vaccine Incentive to Non Profits

"The healer river indian community in arizona is offering nonprofits cova nineteen vaccine incentive under the program nonprofit organizations in the community can receive one hundred per shop for hosting cove nineteen vaccination events. The tribe will provide its mobile vaccination unit and healthcare staff. He low river indian community governor steven rayle lewis announced the incentive program over the weekend in a video message to community members this mobile vaccination unit will bring the vaccine to you locally to your subdivision your business your church wherever our members are lewis hopes. The incentive program will encourage people to get the vaccine. We can do good for ourselves. Our families in the community by getting vaccinated and we can make a difference. Now i hope this persuades those of you who were on the fence until now or thought getting the shot wasn't convenient to take advantage of our mobile vaccination unit program. If you can't come to the shots we'll bring them to you. The tribes offering an additional incentive to nonprofits when the community reaches fifty percent of fully vaccinated members. Living on the reservation nonprofits with the highest. Vaccinations from first through third will receive twenty. Five thousand dollars. Fifteen thousand and ten thousand as of saturday. The hilo river indian community had a vaccination rate of forty one percent. I'm young tony

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Amazon First Quarter Results 2021

Voice in Canada

02:04 min | Last month

Amazon First Quarter Results 2021

"Hey here with your flash briefing. Happy monday hope. You are doing well periodically when we get the first quarter results amazon. I'd like to share these with you. To get a sense of how the company is doing and certainly echo devices and sales and amazon lexi has a ton to do with how amazon is doing so their first quarter results for twenty twenty. One just came out. And i'll just give you a few the highlights if you want to dig into this more simply just search amazon. First quarter results. Twenty twenty one and you'll see a whole bunch more details way too long. I could go into in this flash briefing. but i'll just give you a couple of highlights. Here we go number one. Their cash flow increased sixty nine percent for the trailing twelve months now to sixty seven point two billion compared to thirty nine point seven billion for the trailing twelve months ending march. Thirty first twenty twenty. Let's talk about their net sales. Their net sales increased forty four percent to one hundred and eight point five billion dollars in the first quarter compared with seventy five point five billion in the first quarter a year ago excluding the two point one billion favorable impact from the year over year changes in foreign exchange rates the net sales increased forty one percent compared to the first quarter of twenty twenty pretty impressive stuff and no doubt that had a lot to do with that and people ordering things through amazon had such a rapid rate I think the last thing. I'll just leave you with their knitting net income increase to eight point one billion in the first quarter or fifteen dollars and seventy nine cents per diluted share and that was compared with an income of two point five billion or five dollars and one cent per diluted share in the first quarter of twenty twenty. So as you can see. This was a huge growth year for amazon and again. I'm sure that the pandemic had a lot to do with that With people ordering things through amazon. I know that my house in my house. We order a ton more things through amazon and we also tried doing some voice ordering of products as well through our echo

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More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

More Black Americans Open to Vaccines After Outreach Efforts

"More black Americans are saying they're open to taking the coronavirus vaccine the head of the American public health association says attitudes among black Americans toward the vaccines have made an almost one hundred and eighty degree turn the latest Associated Press and O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll shows the number of black Americans leaning against getting vaccinated has dropped to about twenty four percent that's down from forty one percent in January in comparison about twenty six percent of white Americans said they will probably or definitely not get vaccinated what twenty two percent of Hispanic Americans expressed doubts outreach campaigns have sought to combat misinformation and reassure people that the covert nineteen vaccines available are safe and effective on Ben Thomas

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1.4 million TB sufferers lost out on treatment during first year of COVID-19

UN News

01:10 min | 3 months ago

1.4 million TB sufferers lost out on treatment during first year of COVID-19

"An estimated one point four million fewer people received care. Forty back uses or tb in two thousand and twenty than usual because of covid. Nineteen the un health agency on monday latest data from the world health organization. Who from more than eighty countries showed a reduction in treatment of twenty one percent in the first year of the pandemic compared with two thousand nineteen. The biggest differences were in indonesia down forty two percent south africa down forty-one percent the philippines thirty seven percent and india twenty five percent the disruption to essential services for people with tb is just one tragic example of the ways. The pandemic is disproportionately affecting some of the world's poorest people who were already at high risk for tb said tedros adhanom ghebreyesus w. h. o. Director general ahead of wealthy. Be day on wednesday. The twenty fourth of march the us agency pointed out that some countries have already taken steps to sidestep the impact of the new corona virus. On the delivery of tb services. Successful policies have included expanding the use of digital technologies such as computer aided diagnosis and chest xrays. Which is particularly beneficial in countries lacking sufficient numbers of trained radiographer

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Tyus Jones, defense lead Grizzlies past Clippers, 122-94

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Tyus Jones, defense lead Grizzlies past Clippers, 122-94

"Tyus Jones scored a career high twenty points and Dillon Brooks added nineteen and the Grizzlies one twenty two ninety four romp over the clippers Joonas valanciunas and John Moran each had sixteen points with valanciunas contributing fifteen rebounds Kawhi Leonard scored seventeen for the clippers and Paul George had thirteen although George was stymied by a three for twelve shooting night as part of the clippers forty one percent showing the clippers got within ninety two eighty three before Memphis rattled off a twelve to run for a one oh four eighty five advantage was six twenty seven remaining I'm Dave Ferrie

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Modern Oracles and Astrology

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:03 min | 4 months ago

Modern Oracles and Astrology

"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes

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In Situ Community-Based Oak Conservation At The Morton Arboretum

In Defense of Plants Podcast

04:20 min | 5 months ago

In Situ Community-Based Oak Conservation At The Morton Arboretum

"Suited to do some major impact stuff for a bunch of trees and the main focus of what we were connected over our oaks because the icn just did their assessment or trying to get this out that what is it. Forty one percent of species across the globe are facing extinction or at least of conservation concern. And i just spoke with your colleague dr murphy westwood about a lot of exit. You so taking trees to other places to help conserve them. But you are position in a way that you're doing a lot of the institute the other side of that coin which is also desperately needed. So let's take a closer look at just. What in situ conservation means to you before we look at some of the species. You're working with right. So the global tree conservation program in the morton arboretum. We have a very specific approach to how we try to save threatened tree species. We've i go through prioritizing because unfortunately we cannot save all the sixteen thousand three species on the planet and we wish we could right now but we don't have the money or manpower resources so we need to make some hard choices of what we are going to folks and that is We used a lot the redmi sting which is why you talked about with murphy and the new red list of folks which is one of our target tax on groups was published and my team members did that and so now we have a clear picture of which species need our help the most so then two approaches we can take our well. Try to go and save these species right were they occur and that's go in situ conservation so within their native range but also complement to that. Sometimes we just can't that we were not able to save the species right where they occur. So then we can compliment that with ex situ conservation. Which is what murphy. Also talked a lot about hoochie. You can do see the preservation and you can save species by having specimen symbol. Tammy berea so. My job is to focus on the in situ conservation part so where we do is that we select right now. We have tools as if he projects with two different species off endangered oaks which are coworkers brandy. Gi which is endemic micro endemic old that only occurs in the tip or huckabee -fornia peninsula in the california lack in mexico. Scowls working mogo. Well people those these resorts drink margaritas. And they have no idea that fifty kilometers from there There is these amazing biosphere reserve called sierra laguna forest biosphere reserve. And we've seen that reserve. There is the majority of the distribution of these core brand This is a very dry arid. Ecosystems very scrubby and so these are tree only occurs on by edges obese announced streams. And when you think of a stream or a river you imagine that yes. What but he's he's really funny. I guess share some pictures of you just sad there dry and only when there's hurricanes or weather events then erase a lot there and it feels app and it crashes the mountains a mountain range right there and so all. The rain gets dunked on everything. Floods the roles get destroyed. And then you pass this they rebuild it like with the sand like they have. Ob sands so anyway abc's where these oak grows but the problem is that because it's a very dry ecosystem that is also where the ranchers want to have the ratchets. That's there's water so they put these long hosts. And that's how they watered needle gardens or wetlands. Show there's a conflict between the place where the you know the specific habitat for these species. And where the ranches are and the problem. The ranchers be street because he'd provides shea in

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Are You Underweight Chinese Stocks? Pros and Cons of Investing in China

Money For the Rest of Us

06:42 min | 5 months ago

Are You Underweight Chinese Stocks? Pros and Cons of Investing in China

"Are you under weight chinese stocks. Should you be. I recently got an email from a member of money for the rest of us. Plus he lives in switzerland but grew up in asia. He mentioned that he has been a long term investor in china as he analyzed his chinese equity investments in two thousand twenty. He noticed that they didn't fall. As much as stocks in other countries and the currency held its value relative to the us dollar. He went to look at his overall exposure to chinese trying to calibrate it within his per folio he noticed that relative to the size of the chinese economy which is the second largest in the world that he was underweight chinese stocks in fact the major stock indices. Msci all country world index has five point two percent in china yet. China's gross domestic product the monetary value of their output is over sixteen percent of global. Gdp trying to figure out. Well what should his weight be. He's primarily getting his performance through an a-share etf china a-shares our stock shares that trade on mainland china and trade in the local chinese currency the lon new trade on the shanghai stock exchange and the shenzhen stock exchange historically these chinese a-shares are only available to domestic investors but since two thousand three china has allowed certain institutional investors to acquire license to be able to purchase some of these chinese a share stocks for example back in two thousand fifteen vanguard. Was i allowed to buy these chinese a-shares stocks up to one point five billion dollars. It was at that time. They added chinese. A shares to their emerging market stocks index fund and etf trading nature's has typically been dominated by local chinese investors and returns have been volatile in twenty twenty though they gained forty one percent incredible performance. It was the result of the chinese economy performing better than any developed or developing economy in the world in two thousand twenty in this episode. We're going to look at. What should our weight be in china in our stock portfolio. There's definitely some pros and cons to investing in china and that's what this member was trying to figure out what what what should his weight be in. China been twenty twenty. The chinese economy officially grew two point three percent some of its weakest annual rate of growth. But the best in the world. now there's always some controversy regarding how accurate are the official economic statistics in china. I subscribe to capital economics which produces something called the china activity proxy and it's an estimate of economic growth using different metrics that they have much more confidence in and they show that the economy grew close to seven percent in the fourth quarter from four point nine percent in the third quarter. This is on a basis chinese. gdp it's gross domestic product the measure of what it produces its output of goods and services has been growing faster than many areas around the world for over a decade and as a result. The chinese economy is getting to be a larger percentage of overall global gdp in china. And this is data from. Moody's referenced an article in the wall street journal. China in two thousand ten made up ten percent of world. Gdp us in two thousand. Ten was twenty three point two percent of global. Gdp at the end of two thousand twenty. China had grown to sixteen point eight percent of global gdp while the us has shrunk to twenty two point two percent so china at its six percentage points. The us lost one percent. As i mentioned the chinese economy grew in twenty twenty and one reason it grew was because of americans that were stuck in their homes. And we're able to travel and go out to eat. And instead bought goods off. Amazon and other stores and as a result exports from china surged in november chinese exports grew twenty one point one percent compared to the prior month and exports to the. Us grew forty six percent. Despite all the trade war rhetoric new tariffs individuals. Continue to purchase things that were made in china and many. Us companies continue to make a lot of their things in china. That growth in exports certainly helped the chinese economy. The other thing that helped the chinese economy cover is day to day. Life has generally returned to normal. The country was able to better control the coronavirus and as a result people are back driving their cars. They're taking public transportation china's not kobe. Free this past week on one day the recorded two hundred and ten new covert cases the highest since march but only two hundred and ten compared to the thousands and thousands of new covid cases confirmed each day in the us. The chinese economy has rebounded because all that manufacturing of those exports has allowed migrant workers which make up about a third of the workforce to take their jobs again. So incomes are growing in china and they're also benefiting because during the early months of the pandemic the chinese increase the amount that they're saving chinese households. Increase your savings rate. Now there appear more willing to spend that savings on buying goods and services and that has helped propel the chinese economy forward.

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Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%

KILF Morning New Podcast

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Last Trump Job Approval 34%; Average Is Record-Low 41%

"The president prepares to leave the white house. Thirty four percent of americans approve of the job. He is doing as president. That's a worst evaluation of his presidency is over here. A four year term His average approval rating was forty one percent. That's four points lower than any of his predecessors at least since gallup's been doing this poll trump's rating show dad record eighty one percentage point gap between republicans and democrats eleven points wider than any other time before.

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Davis has 27 as Lakers roll to 120-102 win over Rockets

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Davis has 27 as Lakers roll to 120-102 win over Rockets

"Led by Anthony Davis is twenty seven points the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Houston Rockets one twenty to one oh two Davis shot nine of twelve from the field but he also blocked three shots as the Lakers held Houston to forty one percent shooting and forced twenty one turnovers Davis thought his team's defense was what keyed the win tonight regarding tonight you know we are not saying who can shoot the ball extremely well how quickly can we go to twelve degrees Brian James finished with eighteen points seven rebounds and seven assists for the Lakers while Taylor Horton Tucker scored seventeen off the bench Christian was twenty three point night led the rockets James harden added twenty points and nine assists out of schooling Houston

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Trump Administration Adds Tariffs To Some Merchandise Out Of France

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:29 min | 5 months ago

Trump Administration Adds Tariffs To Some Merchandise Out Of France

"If you're looking to buy a new handbag some cognac or a lipstick you could be looking at higher prices. That's because the trump administration is putting new tariffs on goods from europe. Npr's scott horsely explains. Why judy taylor runs. An upscale boutique in new york city called madison avenue tour. Among the items she sells are luxury handbags from paris which can retail for thousands or even tens of thousands of dollars. We specialize in her mess. We have a robust online website and by appointment only showroom business online has been good. Taylor says even during the pandemic. if you can't travel and you want to do something for the holidays the chances are you're gonna buy something luxurious but the cost of importing. French handbags is about to go up as of today. The trump administration is imposing a twenty five percent tariff on more than a billion dollars worth of french imports including lipstick. Fancy soap and handbags. That's a challenge for taylor who was already facing higher prices for bags. As a result of factory shutdowns last spring little happen is basically the same thing that happened with everything passed onto the consumer. The administration says his living. These tariffs in retaliation for france's new tax on digital services which critics say unfairly targets. Us tech giants like google and facebook match years has an industry. Trade group called the computer and communications industry association when our trading partners are mating their new taxes after us companies it's clear their targeting american business for discriminatory treatment and it's necessary to take a stand and the new tax on handbags not the outgoing president's only parting tariff shot next week the administration courts new import taxes on cognac and certain wines from france and germany christine cacho of the distilled spirits council knows other european winds were already hit with import taxes as part of a long running battle over government. Subsidies for revel jet makers boeing and airbus. It's very unfortunate that our industry continues to be a victim in these trade disputes. That have nothing to do with our industry but that kind of collateral damage is not unusual in a trade war. Scotland succumb of libertarian. Cato institute notes that european tariffs took game at bourbon in an effort to get the attention of kentucky. Senator mitch mcconnell. The idea is to cause some pain to export orders. That are politically connected. American whiskey exports to europe have plunged by forty one percent since those tariffs were imposed. The kasha says the pain is not limited to mcconnell's home you know. American whiskey is actually exported from us distillers located in thirty nine states. So it's not just the kentucky or tennessee issue it really is united states. Shoe get got a couple of weeks. The new biden administration will take charge of us trade policy while the president-elect has promised a more conciliatory approach lindsey. Graham is not holding his breath that tens of billions of dollars in trump tariffs will suddenly be unwound given kind of current populist moment in the united states. It's going to be difficult for the biden administration to eliminate all up at madison avenue. Couture judy taylor is still hoping the incoming administration does lift the tax on french handbags. Otherwise she says people seeking a luxury gift may turned swiss watches instead scott horsely. Npr news washington.

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Pelicans voted as best young core in annual NBA general manager survey

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

01:21 min | 6 months ago

Pelicans voted as best young core in annual NBA general manager survey

"The pelicans you know the nba was hoping against hope to get them in the playoffs. Last year. the bubble that didn't happen and then there was a poll by general managers about starting a team. And you could pick any player. And i was shocked at zion. Williamson's name was it more prevalent in the list from general managers. Why is that. Has this stock dropped at all or no no i. I think the reason that his name wouldn't be president. But and that's name Oh that you're talking about the. Pelicans were voted the best young by forty one percent. So i think i it tough to say when you basically have twenty five games of of work by now i get it. I would just surprise. His name wasn't there did you. did you notice. It was missing as well. Well well yeah but when you only like at the time that this this poll was taken when you only have twenty four games of work that is such a small sample size and when you look at some of the other guys that you're comparing him to you're comparing the guys that have two years under their belt. Three years under their belt had been into the play. Offs have been deep into the playoffs. I've mvp so. I can someone understand it with diane. Get the full healthy year under his belt. I'm sure that poll look a little different.

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Refugee Resettlement Numbers At an All Time Low

UN News

00:59 sec | 7 months ago

Refugee Resettlement Numbers At an All Time Low

"Resettlement numbers are at record. Low this year the refugee agency. Unhcr said on wednesday with only fifteen thousand four hundred twenty five people resettled in the first nine months of two thousand twenty compared with more than four times that in two thousand nineteen this is one of the lowest levels of resettlement in almost two decades and blow for the ability to save lives and protect those most at risk said unhcr's assistant high commissioner for protection. Gillian triggs syrians affected by nearly a decade of fighting. Make up forty one percent of all those resettled. This year and sixteen percent are from the democratic republic of the congo drc other nationalities you have been given shelter in a third country include iraqis burmese and afghans. Unhcr said that three and ten violence or torture and nearly two in ten are women and girls at risk although the covid nineteen crisis has delayed the movement of asylum seekers to a third country. Unhcr said that the fifty thousand global quota for the whole year was disappointingly. Low in the first place.

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10 million people have been infected with coronavirus in the US

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

01:12 min | 7 months ago

10 million people have been infected with coronavirus in the US

"This morning. Surpassing a staggering ten million covid nineteen infections the highest number of reported cases in any nation in the past week. Roughly seventy four. Americans were diagnosed every minute. Countries across europe is struggling to keep covid nineteen at bay. France has reported its highest daily death toll since the start of the second wave and the weekly death toll in england and wales has jumped forty one percent surpassing one thousand for the first time since june in utah overcrowding in intensive care units forcing governor gary hubert to declare a new state of emergency. I am place in the entire state of utah under a mask mandate until further notice. That's right corona is blowing up in europe and america again in fact it's rampaging across the western world so hard that scientists have to invent new shades of red follows. Covert maps so right now. The mid west is kind of blood meets Fire engine but the east coast over here is only at pothead is and see what corona did hear. It waited for all of us to be distracted by the election and bull snuck into our lungs.

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New York Times editorial board endorses Biden

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:14 min | 9 months ago

New York Times editorial board endorses Biden

"New York Times tonight just in the past our endorsed vice. President Biden with this long new editorial elect Joe Biden America former vice president is the leader our nation needs now. With exactly four weeks ago until election day. Here's basically where Joe. Biden's chances stand today in terms of the election new CNN national poll released today shows vice-president Biden with his largest national lead of the race so far among likely voters, Biden leads the president in this poll by sixteen points fifty seven to forty one percent prognosticators watch for one candidate to hit that fifty percent threshold is key indicator of electability here Biden's at fifty seven percent in this national poll. The CNN poll was conducted. Presidential debate and mostly after president trump's corona virus diagnosis was made public. And while that sixteen point Biden. May seem unlikely may seem like a bit of an outlier given the size of that lead. It's worth noting that NBC wall, Street Journal poll released two days ago on Sunday showed Biden with fourteen point national lead among registered voters. So that's sort of in keeping with that kind of margin

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Covid-19 Is Changing Back-to-School Shopping

WSJ What's News

04:39 min | 10 months ago

Covid-19 Is Changing Back-to-School Shopping

"Back, to school shopping is on a bit of a delay during the pandemic just look at the numbers August data from the National Retail Federation Shows K. through twelve shoppers had completed only forty one percent of their buying on average that's down from fifty four percent at the same time last year and the lowest level since twenty twelve and people may also by differently this year according to the survey sales of flash drives, mice, desks, and chairs are expected to increase. Let's. Bring in Wall Street Journal Retail Reporter Sara Nassauer Good Morning Sarah Morning Sarah. Let's start with a comparison from twenty nineteen to now just how steep of a decline are these stores facing? It's going to be very steep. It's it's really night and day last year the economy was strong back to school was a really strong season for a lot of retailers, and now it's really ground to a halt in in many cases and I think everyone can sort of experience i. Think until about last week, the only school supplies I bought for my kids masks it's going to be a really different back to school season retailers would see this as really they're one of the prime shopping periods of the year. It helps them make the quarter and instead off a lot of retailers have reported earnings recently and talked about a season that a super unpredictable because most the majority of American children are not starting school back in a classroom and starting remote. So, you don't need to buy school supplies in the same way. So retailers are kind of planning to spread things out. You know target talked about having back to school supplies in stores for a longer period of time than they would've normally because they said just. So unpredictable Hobo sales and promotions, and is that a way to make up for any losses you know they're gonNA generally right now we're not in a promotion period for retailers retailers have said over and over again. When we're shopping right now, we're not really looking for a deal were going out to the store and get it done and they don't need to discount to get us to buy things. So that has really helped them be profitable and I think that will continue through the holiday and back to school season. As far as merchandises concerned, are some of the big box retailers changing what they would normally carry this time of year, we've got fall weather approaching. Are they sticking with what has worked in the past? They're basically sticking to what has worked in the past back to schools are pretty classic merchandising season. You know we buy some clothes, you buy some school supplies. There's always something that is a little different each ear the selection hasn't. Changed so much it's just the quantity that they're gonNA supply. They don't want to get over inventoried and the period of time that we're GonNa see this stuff in stores is going to be stressed out because there's some school districts where you're starting remote but you might go back to class and your teacher might ask you to get something in three weeks that normally they would have asked you to get you know at the end of last. School year are there any winners and losers in the back to School of Reno I'm wondering if stores that sell electronics perhaps doing better than stores that that focus on clothing I think that that's that's exactly right. I think. You know think about the stores where you can go to get something that you would need not only for an ins classroom experience or the school closed, for example, but also remote learning That's gonNA favor some of. The big box stores, the electronic retailers that have a variety of merchandise. You know if you're an apparel retailer in your school district you know in the school districts where you have stores are back in school parents are going to be really hesitant to buy a whole bunch of new clothes. As you know back to school shopping can give us a look into the holiday shopping season any hints or is that just too hard to do I think it's really unpredictable. I think back to school is just it's so unique because of this remote school issue, it's not necessarily a good straight read on sort of the health of the consumer generally the the whole corona virus period has been really hard to predict this way. GDP. Shrinking and yet you have retailers like target Walmart Costco home, Depot Lowe's reporting. You know comp sales up twenty percent So sort of the normal patterns that we would look to to gauge some of those things just don't work anymore I think that the consumer slowing down, we're definitely seen signs of that government stimulus has run out the additional unemployment benefit ran out at the end of July. So slowing things down a little bit. So I think we'll see how that that's probably the biggest issue. How does that impact things in the next few weeks and how does that set up retailers for the holiday season?

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Salesforce Announces Strong Second Quarter

MarketFoolery

01:43 min | 10 months ago

Salesforce Announces Strong Second Quarter

"Start with SALESFORCE DOT com second quarter profits were more than double. What Wall Street was expecting sales forces revenue year-over-year was up twenty nine percent. That continue sort of the revenue growth that we saw the previous quarter. Shares are up twenty six percent right now and I was saying to you right before we started. I'm not. I'm not surprised that it would be up I'm not surprised if it was up ten to fifteen percent, this is a very large company. Going into this report, this is a two hundred, billion dollar company. It's now a two, hundred, forty, five, billion, dollar company. We'll we'll come back to the stock. We'll come back to the stock. I'm sort of getting ahead of myself what what did you think of the report itself? The report itself was outstanding as you mentioned, revenue grew nearly thirty percent year year to buy point one, five, billion dollars in the quarter. This is the first time. SALESFORCE has surpassed five billion dollars in a single quarter. So salesforce as you alluded to is a formidable company in terms of size and revenue generation more importantly, they've been really smart with acquisitions, a lot of the shining stars of this quarter. War Previous acquisitions, namely Tableau, which Razz really proven to be accretive to that company. Over the past year, it grew forty one percent in the last quarter. So it's interesting to look at the not only salesforce core business the performance that we're seeing just and their customer relationship management platform but also the success of their investment arm, the places they have put money have been very smart up until this point.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Nutrition Rounds Podcast

Nutrition Rounds Podcast

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Nutrition Rounds Podcast

"You had a forty one percent lower hazard of death. So under the umbrella of a Mediterranean style diet, the more plant based you went better you did. And that's reinforced on multiple studies, including the Epoc study, which is a huge respective or sunny about retreatment, health and. And in that study this one analysis like seventy thousand people in for every standard deviation increase in from Mitchell consumption. You had you had a fourteen percent reduction in mortality just supporting more plants is someone you brought that point out because I loved that about the vegetarian subset from pretty mad. I site that frequently because I I do think it's a great study. I mean end it was of course, published in the New England Journal medicine correcton. It was one of the biggest, you know, studies. We haven't driven, but what did the so on the panel with you was one of the creators of the party med study. And what did he have to say to you mentioning the subset the vegetarian subset because I find that interesting. I feel like that's that's hard to deny. I mean, he seemed generally supportive of that fem-. Yeah. Eating more vegetables and fruits is helpful. I mean, I don't wanna put words in mouth. But I think like we're saying like you're saying in the beginning, our then diagrams really overlapped a lot. And we're kind of you know, quibbling a little bit about ten percent doesn't I think he was completely supportive of that point. I will be honest for the parts of the panel that I heard as as we mentioned I didn't hear anyone anyone trying to say plant based diet wasn't healthful. There was no cardiologists at all of ace e who wasn't giving in this. This is the most ideal. I did hear just some bits and pieces of some of the cardiologist mentioning well, maybe in some populations in some people Mediterranean may be more sustainable because they still wanna eat animal products battle think there was any argument about land utrition not being. Very helpful high agree. I think you know, whether it should be eighty percent plant based or ninety percent plant based people may have a little bit of push back and forth about that. But I completely agree with the general theme in my personal opinion. I think if you're cardiologists in recommending process, read music, this point your heads in the sand. Like, you really are not paying any attention to the data angry an anagram for as much as we have said and people say doctors don't know about utrition, which is true. I just have to reiterate for all the cardiologists who are listening that. I, and I know you agree. I was so impressed with how much cardiologists do care about nutrition this weekend at ACC, I think that prevention was a hot topic and everyone was really excited for your talk. And I think that there is definitely a huge shift happening that white. It was very exciting agree. I mean, we why did we go into medicine? I mean, basically most people go into medicine because they want to help people. Right. And you know, they're. Medications that help people are procedures had helped people, and there are Trish in in revenge that help people they can all help people. So it falls into the same bucket of our whole reason we went into medicine in the first place. Absolutely. All right. So keep going with Mediterranean. So so far, we have pretty mad subset. Okay. And then there was this cool. Greek epic perspective coat or study. That's from the very very big epic study in this Greek subset of his perspective cohort. They looked at twenty three thousand people filed them for like eight and a half years and not surprisingly the higher of the Mediterranean diet score. You ate the the lower your mortality and the higher on the Mediterranean scores. Fewer animal products in more plants. But then they said, okay, let's look at the individual aspects of the Mediterranean score to see which aspects were driving the lower mortality, what was driving will moderate alcohol intake was driving. It. Low meat consumption was driving high match double consumption was driving high fruit consumption was high monounsaturated saturated fat ratio, which means war plant products, lagoon consumption, serial dairy, had minimal impact in this analysis and actually fishing seafood had a trend or increase in mortality..

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"forty one percent" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

WSJ Your Money Briefing

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on WSJ Your Money Briefing

"Now versus forty one percent this time last year, but they do still remain pretty confident and being able to reach their finance. Goals as sort of the over over arching theme that we saw in the survey and investors told you that they are still despite all that they're bracing for a significant market downturn. So many of the clients indicated that the leading concern in the market is around the US political landscape. And and you know, clients are really divided on is the new makeup of congress actually going to impact their investment strategy and seeing overall concerns about the market may be overdue for a significant correction, and you know, maybe even beheaded into an extended downturn. The majority of the clients actually believed that the next economic downturn. So when we think about the economy is actually going to occur over the next couple years about thirty percent felt in the next year or so and another thirty five or so percent set in the next two to three years. We should see an economic downturn. So Joe people are very concerned about the geopolitical landscape around the world, and how that might come back to impact their investments. Yeah. That's right. We actually saw this show up in the survey. Pretty clearly as well. Both. The US political landscape as well as the the geopolitical environment overall, and you know, there's certainly the aspect of the new makeup of congress and people are worried about you know, what kind of impact is that going to have on my investing my outlook, my strategy going forward. And then when we think about, you know, political issues, such as, you know, the China trade talks with the US is certainly front and front and center for a lot of investors in terms of you know, which way things may go, and how that ultimately might affect the overall economy and in terms of taking action many clients feel that building up cash or taking money out of the market altogether. Might be the best move. Yeah. We're seeing a slight uptick in the number of clients who have said that they're moving more of their investing into cash or fixed income and a little less out of equities. I mean, it's not dramatic. But it certainly in line with some of the sentiment where people are looking for a little bit more safety, and many investors told you they're concerned about retirement, but then you heard from retard investors who are still trying to figure out. How the tax law applies to them and impacts their holdings. Clearly when we did a double click and tried to understand what was driving some of these concerns. People who aren't retired are most concerned about achieving retirement makes sense. But those who are actually in retirement their number one concern is the new tax laws and the actual impact that it's going to have on them. And then continuing to you know, enjoy and be successful in retirement. And then a good news here. It's at investors feel they fully recovered from the recession of last decade and feel while they're still risk in the air. It's less than there was ten years ago. An across the board people feel fully recovered. They feel like that they definitely investing more than they were back, then they're more confident they're actually saving more money, and they're doing it all by taking on quite a bit less risk such what can people do here? I mean, a lot of questions in the air a lot of uncertainty. What can what steps can people take to try to get some answers and be more of sound mind. Yeah. I'd say two things I'd say, I, you know, do your homework. Always encourage everyone to do their homework, but get some help there's many institutions organizations like Charles Schwab who I represent that. You know, we have people on the ready ready to sit down and have conversations with you and talk through your your strategies and really help you build a financial plan. You have to have a plan if you're going to achieve your goals. So definitely get some help wherever it's at. We're obviously, you know, more than happy to help anybody who who wants to engage tro Schwab. All right. That is Charles Schwab branch network leader Jovita on the line with us via Skype. Joe thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me. And that's your money briefing, im JR Whalen in New York for the Wall Street Journal..

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"forty one percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Sometimes he's very timid not as aggressive as you like. And I think that's also hurt him. And then again the shooting. I know it's been better this year. But last year, the three points were awful and the free goes this year forty one percent from the free throw line. He can't carry that. He can't have the ball at the end of the game and do his put them on the free throw line. And he's worse than shack. It's unbelievable. You understand a big guy hands? You know, what I mean with the ball and a feel for it? But but a guard who handles the ball, you gotta make free throws half to because it alters even when he goes to the basket how many times have you seen him right at the basket and pass it on to somebody. I can't go to the free throw line because he didn't want to go to the free throw line. I wanna go, but still his value is up because you see the upside of him. And this is what overall with the Lakers package that they're sending to the pelicans. You realize all right how much you like the guys are not you realize these guys are assets. And they have value. We had Eric Pinkus on earlier in the show Lakers insider who said listen, you may not like Brandon Ingram and Lonzo ball, and Kyle Kuzma, and and Josh heart, and these guys, but they have value and may have valued other teams where you can flip these guys for a first round pick. You can get a lot of value for them. And because they have so much upside still they're young players that this doesn't mean you're getting a bunch of guys. And well, that's it. You know, we're not, you know, you're you're getting a bunch of crap and good luck trying to make this. You'll know you're still getting guys where somebody wants Lonzo ball. And we'll give you first round pick from somebody wants Brandon Ingram, and we'll give you a player and a pick for somebody wants heart. Somebody wants who's never jewel Sola do that. If you're the pelicans, you're starting over you want to get those assets. Let the other thing too is even Boston had a lot. Picks picks after a while you still need some players 'cause there's a lot of crap shoot. Just could you getting a first round pick done menu. And get a player is going to be good. Otherwise, if that was the case the Lakers wouldn't be trading regards, right? They gave away de ngelo Russell. What is he doing in Brooklyn now, but they they gave him away. Right. Isn't the all star game? Now. Now, he's start. They gave him away. And this is what I'm saying is like it's not oughta Matic that you think someone's going to want to blossom or you're going to be patient enough to wait. That's the problem with that. But that's that's the thing about a guy like the Angelo because it sounds bad. But de ngelo Russell here in L A was not getting it done. There's guys who need a change of scenery. And the the the trouble he got in all the stuff that went back and forth with him in a couple of teammates. It just wasn't going to happen here. Some guys need that change of scenery. It's easy to say boy, he just had to wait another year, and he would have blossom, but would that have happened here? Or did you need to go someplace else? And. I get it. And that's I'm just saying the pig all a lottery, pick sound good. You know? Oh, yeah. We build just get eight lottery. Eight first round picks. While if at the end of the draft really move up you got you gotta hit on one of them. Right eight. It's that's what I always say you should draft every team that needs a quarterback should spend rounds four through seven in the NFL draft drafting a quarterback just wrapped him. These are all guys that you're taking flyers on any way that may or may not make your roster. Right. You can sign street free agents who are rookies last year to play on special teams you can fill that. But take a quarterback four through seven go through a whole off season. And maybe a hit on one. You gotta think at some point..

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"forty one percent" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"It's amazing. It's amazing. So turns out people don't Facebook that much. Turns out. So pew pew. Does these great store research studies on the internet use? They found out the forty four percent of people eighteen to twenty five have deleted their Facebook app on their phone forty four percent. Are they still on Instagram though? Which is. Yeah. This is the thing and of. This is a poll conducted for fortune twenty two percent of Americans trust Facebook only twenty two percent Amazon forty-nine percent, Google forty-one percent, Microsoft forty percent. None of this is great apple for weirdly enough less than Amazon Google thirty nine percent. But Facebook bottom of the bottom of the heap. Only twenty two percent of Americans trust Facebook. I guess it's not a surprise. So it's about trust. Not so much about liking it. Well, I don't think anybody likes. Okay, good. Yeah. Nine point two percent oppose the trust issue to do with zuckerberg's fundamental the pers- the public perception of Burgas CEO. Yes. Because you look at Tim cook who gets out there. And he's hi everyone. I'm tim. Privacy and human rights and. And or you get such an Adela who writes a book, which is which is really I believe in human potential believe in destroying opportunities equally. And I also believe that we're gonna post desktop world. Or you even get Google CEO. Like, yeah, I will go to the airport and wave a sign around when travel ban comes down. And then you get Coburg and. I don't know if he doesn't know the optics that that go with being a CEO or he genuinely doesn't care, but I wonder how much of the Facebook trust problem is Zouk Burks perceived. I just want to point out reaction or response in a poll of adult Romans only twenty two percent, trusted Caesar..

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"forty one percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:02 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"All, across, America eight six six ninety redeye he, is Eric Harley and. I'm Gary, McNamara. Good morning welcome Eric was just telling me about this poll shows that forty one percent of Americans believe that Donald Trump is the worst president ever since we're talking about Fifty. Nine percent believe he's not the worst president. The, majority, of Americans believe he's not the president I liked your first. Comment you, said. Was that when you said oh see this survey here forty-one percent of Americans believe that Trump is the worst president ever Democrats well no it is the And it's always with each president it really is if. You, look, at these polls Guy it's right down party. Lines, forty one percent, of Americans you mean Democrats roughly the same percentage are Democrats well I think that let's let's be honest when we talk about an America where, the majority of Americans have no idea about the Basic pillars of the constitution of the United States What is their reference? Point, that Donald Trump is the worst president ever well here's what's interesting is that the. Breakdown and I'm actually looking at it's an economist yougov? Poll was done August, eighteenth through the twentieth right fifteen hundred US adults Not voters not like not registered? Voters not likely voters US adults okay so? Breaking. It. Down by the gender can we do that yeah okay we're. Allowed to. Break. Down by six hundred and sixty, five, we are okay if you're on the left you okay if, you're a. Celebrity of people actually know who you are. Nobody knows thank you are thank, you for correcting art six hundred sixty five males participated, eight hundred and thirty five female. And they and they they. Look at the total sin it says the, unweighted number I. Don't know if they waited that ultimately but I don't I don't, know that they did may have waited that in. Results but I I'm not sure that is. The case Democrats Four hundred ninety nine Republicans three hundred eighty. Three So what you see, here and people who Because. Remember this is going to, be self defining so? When, you say independent what does that. Mean well I'm not. Registered with a party so technically I'm independent Does that mean? How, you vote does that mean how. You voted last election Does that mean Because there are six hundred eighteen independence only three hundred and, eighty three Republicans. Four hundred. Ninety nine Democrats So my my point is if you look at the the the breakdown to the the female versus male and the because we've been told that the the president doesn't, hold very well. With females And then you look at the party identification I'm. Wondering. Why that number wasn't. Higher than forty eight. That is a that that's, a great point looking at those, numbers again when. You ask, that question though it's so subjective I mean what's the exactly No You, know it's like, is is you, know, I I can only tell really if I was living during that, time I'm sure that there was, a I'm sure a lot of people thought that ABRAHAM LINCOLN was especially in the south was the worst president. Ever I'm sure when he suspended habeas corpus that there were a ton of people in the country that thought that, well Lincoln who is now revered as one of the best presidents ever at that moment in time thought he was one of the worst presidents. Ever? Right so we'll look at it this. Way How many people, were? Over sixty five respondents of the survey Over sixty five only twenty percent So, if you say, worst president ever first of all we have to go back to what we said the other day. Qualifying somebody which is all right do you know anything? About the past presidents Or do you just remember Obama Really Sixty. Five plus I only go back to Obama Obama and. Trump. That's that's all Let's all I. Can relate to because you look at. The eighteen to twenty nine year, old. Category. There were two hundred and sixty seven so that's less than twenty. Percent right okay But it still. Has some bearing here thirty to, forty. Four All right Four hundred and eleven respondents and then the forty five to sixty, four category five hundred and fourteen the largest group in the. Age category So that would be roughly thirty percent Of of the respondents. Were between forty five and sixty four. So those individuals certainly have more perspective Again assuming that they actually know something because Evers a big word well I again I I. Bring this up again when seventy five percent of Americans, cannot? Tell you the three branches of government. That means they have no idea how the constitution works right they've no idea the separation of powers they have no idea when we talk about, supreme court justices and and the construction is a judge's, versus the non. Construction, has judges, probably, thinking we're talking. Construction somewhere where you build a, building somewhere, what's going on, they you know they they don't know so we have poll after poll after poll after poll sixty five. Percent have no idea who Donald Trump has chosen. For supreme court Justice yet is on social media the fighting back and forth is is absolutely unbelievable it shows you that. The majority of Americans aren't paying attention Here's. What's interesting they're not even paying, attention to, two huge current, events that affect their lives they don't really know anything about it yet they're being asked these questions a. Question like who's the worst president ever how do. You make that you know the let's put it this way These kind of polls? Are just well, they're all over the place This, is why, it's important I think to look. At the respondents demographics family. Income six, hundred eighty. Four respondents below fifty thousand dollars a. Year family income not individual Family income below fifty. Thousand dollars, a year That's six. Hundred eighty? Four that's. That's approaching. That's forty. What forty six. Forty five forty six percent Other respondents Well Because if you're a, family Below. Fifty thousand dollars a year that's not a lot of money So. Things aren't great for you right Is that the president now it. All goes back to economics and. Politics all, politics is all about perception you know this. Guy we've talked about it last hour my, life is bad because this guy's president my. Life, is bad because this guy's president yeah but it's not even, asking whether. You approve with the president. It's weather he is the worst ever and that's what I, was saying earlier, ever is a really really big word but. They're not thinking in terms of ever of course it is. Because its, defining eternity all, all, time all well in this case well are the? Little Three, hundred, forty years ago So if you if you, look at all of this what are the right? Below, over three hundred think well I'll tell you. What all the infants thing President of their life these survey did, show that anybody zero to eighteen months of age? Believe, that Donald Trump is the greatest president yes Of of their lifetime. Of, their lifetime no but I think that's. You know you they're not because they're not thinking in terms of ever the respondents they're not no they're not? No Okay let me, go back and, analyze what exactly happened during the civil war now eight Trump he talks me. How, about historians. Ooh There's a question feel Paul of? Historians People who are a presidential historians That's what? I'd love to see isn't, it, Buchanan, who mostly comes up change.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on KGO 810

"This is the best armstrong and getty on the west only forty one percent of americans know that exposure to loud sounds either one time or cumulatively can be harmful to their hearing health that can't be how could you not just intuitively know that i don't think i know that because i read a study people knew that in nineteen seventy four back when we were smart back for people started getting dumber that that adults if that's true i just need completely rejig my what people are meter you know what i mean view of humanity needs to be reset the explain to people about looking at the sun and stepping out in front of commuter train that's true we always joke about that like stare at the sun for concert tickets who can stare at the sun the longest the new incredible movies incredible movie is coming out the sequel the first one is considered the best pixar movie ever i didn't know that i'm not sure i've ever seen it it was very good and it was charming i considered by whom though i don't i don't i have is the best superhero movie i don't know about bets pixar thing but i love the ingraham anybody who states is if it's self evident that anything is better than toy story is better do some quick talking it's fourteen years ago and they made the sequels out this weekend and it's getting pretty good reviews charming your kids have like it good family affirming love taking care of each other thing is that the feel good cartoon of the summer it is okay if you have a heart attack it's a coin flip of a likelihood somebody's gonna do cpr on you some bystander happens about half the time that's how often that's pretty often i didn't know that half the time when you have a heart attack some bystanders doing cpr on you before i would guessed less than that yeah i would too just i don't know why i guess i mean we all kind of know how to do it that's the problem we all hundred percent chance people filming filming me do it live stream it or whatever when i saw on youtube i gotta admit and this is not good this is bad for america this is bad for my bone brain but among my first thoughts if somebody had a heart attack is going to get sued if i step in here right which is not a good that's not a good culture i would agree i am a little concerned though is this a heart attack or an epileptic seizure or an aneurysm down yeah i don't know maybe they're lazy of course if they're clutching their chesang oh my god oh my god i think i'm having a heart attack twisted on my ankle why are you pumping my chest stop it that hurts yeah i don't know yeah i don't stay alive stay alive i remember that's the rhythm or another one bites the dust a bump bump bump another one bites the dust laugh saying i was a little slow before i matched your temple don't don't be don't be pumping much all right well i had night fever he died i had night fever my head guys did off a pandora's can start giving me cpr vicious worry i went with just stub poor buddy loves i'm sure hey forget it he's dead on my god how can you mend a broken heart so roenick but appropriate and i gotta think if i just go down in a mall and somebody comes over and search my chest my my my thoughts are going to be do you have any idea what you're doing right or you just rain any thoughts at the point you need cpr you're not thinking nothing as i had a heart rhythm problem i've seen you on the dance floor rhythm i had a i've got a heart rhythm thing it's it's fine it's not a problem but by i said to my doctor at one point i said you know and i couldn't find a pulse it was like it stopped for a while he said if your heart stopped you'd be unconscious now moving long idiot it was fairly brusque about the point but it was just the wakeup call i needed another news article i.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"I'm not shot because with with the way you drive can you imagine fly maybe better in the sky shut up froggy don't help a new surveys asked more than fourteen thousand people what major scientific and technological breakthroughs they think they'll see in their lifetime forty one percent of us believe we will soon see colonies living under the sea in our lifetime with ariel and flounder could happen spongebob squarepants lease travelling to and living on mars what do you think totally run controlling the weather now no punting showing some trial experiments now they're showing that they do believe we are somewhat controlling some weather patterns do google i feel like we're going to get as something do google on i feel like we're going to get to a point where we won't know what the weather's going to bring what you know how you you switch out your closet for winter and summer and some places eventually you're going to have to keep everything out because you never know what the hell you're gonna get when you walk outside all right i feel like we already are there a lot of time with that yeah i said don't say something google that i was talking to one and only straightening he wanted to make a comment don't comment tell me did you i did they have some things that they've tried i remember reading about them firing cannons into clouds trying to make it rain now right right there's nothing currently.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:12 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Real listen to customers customers now you mentioned the magic word allies station here factory division one of the crown jewels in your business empire there's been some speculation that maybe you might consider doing either a spinoff ipo of that i completely missed data maybe maybe that's what it is i mean we have candy and self care i feel very successfully also and obviously industrials siemens any time we put together dealer in yoga mason and linda still space now actually pays right right math seen percents twice as much as the market is so the forty one percent in china which who will spend the shop so it's it's now is also making a play for china trying to tap some of the oil growth what are your funds for china's specifically it is launches placed almost one thousand four hundred million people china of three of the also announced the initiative time actually now is going from china all the way to europe covering in the meantime eighty five this one and stevens said it early on as containing chinese he sees to just help them to central because equal opportunity seemed hasn't been there i mean your tech firms doing business in china one of the concerns we've seen voice from the us is over intellectual property and this idea that you need to share your expertise if you're doing business in china is that a concern that you share or how you handled it throughout the protection of intellectual properties sometimes challenging china has been in the past very hard to predict yet asking fast many ways being products it means that i have to say china's companies who shall so there is a mutual interest in predicting idea the chinese government only simply like the relevant to nigeria insanity police peyton issues to say we had some to to lena though apathy stuff.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"These customers now you mentioned the magic word allies station factory division one of the crown jewels in your business empire there's been some speculation that maybe you might consider doing either a spin off her po of that union i completely missed fantasy maybe maybe that's what it is i mean we have standi siemens healthcare i ipo successfully also fourfold striped hostile siemens only in time be put together electrification yoga mason industrial space actually pays off right man senior percents quite as much as the market is so the finger forty one percent in china which oversees who will spend so it's it's now is also making a play for china trying to tap some of the oil growth what are your plans for china's specifically china is placed is almost one thousand four hundred million people feinstein lots of threesome realtor now the one going from china europe in the meantime eighty five one and said it really has been teaming up with chinese peaky seas just tell them to get into those companies right because very unique opportunity china's seems has been there i mean your tech firms doing business in china one of the concerns we've seen voice from the us is over intellectual property besigye that you need to share your expertise if you're doing business in china is that a concern that you share or how you handled it throughout the protection of intellectual property is not just to china applies everywhere the sometimes challenging china has been at least in the past very hard to predict very fast i in many ways oversee products it means i have to say got it so there is some relief today as a mutual interest in predicting idea the chinese nets that value on it so silently like the develop alternate area hallway shoes.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Gas and steam market has come down significantly more than forty percent in the last two years exuding opus the huge price at ocean and you just need to right size the large urban environment in the service environment in the smaller steam invested environment envy as our numbers have shown i believe quite aggressively the the industrial good what my company is always up to do at his customers are here today to these customers now you mentioned the magic word ticha allies ation your typical factory division one of the crown jewels in your business empire there's been some speculation that maybe you might consider doing either spin offer an ipo of that unit definitely must have been a really fantasy maybe maybe that's what it is siemens healthcare i appeal i believe very successfully it was a four and lobby the industrials siemens really point in time we put together delek education yoga mason and linda still space now actually pays off right may have seen been growing thirteen percents prices much that's the market is so the forty one percent in china which oversees the rules manufacturing shop so it's it's pretty good to lead now at knock is also making a play for china trying to tap of the oil growth what are your plans for china's specifically mean the world's largest plays that is almost one thousand four hundred million people and china's recent realtor announced the one dog initiative china actually going from china all the way to europe covering in the meantime eighty five this in the in the one the bill by the initiative and siemens headed early on has been teaming up with chinese epc's to trust help them to get settled into those countries because simmons has a very unique opportunity and that is memento via the china's companies coast team has already been there i mean your tech firms doing business in china one of the concerns we've seen voice from the us is over intellectual property and this idea that you need to share your expertise if you are doing business in china is that a concern that you share or how have you handled it throughout protection of invalid properties the sometimes challenging thing china has been listed in the past that it was very hard to protect that china has been very in many ways also copying oversee products in the.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"It's time but howie carr show having something to do with paying some stormy daniels woman one hundred thirty thousand i mean which is going to turn out to be perfectly legal that money was not campaign money sorry i'm giving you a fact now that you don't know it's not campaign money no campaign finance violations so they funneled through a law firm and the president it love from the matthews brothers studios because that's when he got to the stormy daniels admission which is gigantic which is blockbuster who's your captain how a new poll shows that the public's appetite for the molar probe is dropping alive is easily explainable like anyone following a crime story or a jury trial they are hungry for a verdict i certainly am untrimmed stoppable it'd be the only a presidential candidate since world war two that actually had to stand up and say i am a capitalist did it hurt you probably in the caucuses and forty one percent of democrats are socialists are selfdescribed socialist and i'm asked are you capitalist and i say yes you know that that probably gets lost in my gosh she's a couple of his new england's talk radio king he's car tokyo associated is used for hair loss he doesn't wanna talk about that it's also associated with a lot of bad side effects including sexual dysfunction i think he really doesn't want to talk about that what oh we no doubt everyone would welcome the return of these three american citizens and let's hope that rudy giuliani is correct and that they're on their way home we just don't know if it if it happens.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

"Right it's ring around forty forty one percent and you know speaking with a political scientists story in the other day who mentioned that we kind of think things like the any matter a lot in elections but in midterm elections it's actually been things like the president's popularity that tends to be a predictor of how a midterm is going to go or things like the generic ballot which you know jenner valid is just the idea of if you ask voters are you gonna vote for a democrat or republican it doesn't matter who the name is low choose the ballot that they're more inclined to and so that makes me feel a lot of people at this moment in time if you look at the president's approval rating are tilting are suggesting that they're going to likely vote democratic this election cycle regardless perhaps of who that individual member is and the polling backs it up right i mean famously people really don't like congress but they like their congress member actly yeah so mary louise you've done a lot of reporting especially on voters in other parts of the world you recently spent some time in russia covering the election there i'm so curious what similarities and differences you see between russian voters and voters in other parts of the world and here in the us more similarities than you would sing certainly more similarities than i would have thought going in we had about ten days in russia in the runup to the election and i'm going to put the word election in quotes but it's fascinating you know they're very few bumin's in life where you get to sit down with say putin youth leader and you know we went to new headquarters and sat down with the one of the leaders the sky mahar who's thirty three now and pushed him on why putin why is this a good thing and and is this a free election and he said look there's no kgb agent outside telling me what to say to you i can access any website you can access you know this idea that putin controls the entire media and i have no access to alternative information isn't true and i said okay just on on putin himself what do you think of him as a man and there was a pause and then he said well you know the show sex in the city.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Channel 33

"That's interesting because it's it's a blockbuster it's interesting to see the extent to which blockbusters meant to bend logic to to conform to sort of mass appeal and is interesting to see a disney movie trying to target black girls in the guise of something like mass appeal because that is just not what studios of tended to mean by massappeal not as interesting and that is important but the movie has a forty one percent rotten for reason it's just like it's a troubled movie why though are we getting pieces that say it doesn't matter whether or not it's good i'm curious about this yeah it's almost like it's a it almost feels like an instant even though those pieces a lot of time sort of deploy children or the idea of children as a human shield for the movie was like it's not giving kids enough credit either rate you like i didn't like this movie or i did like this i mean it sort of it is crediting children with a lack of discernment about wonder at which which radically feels like a very adult thing to do right is sort of like simplify the mind of a young adult to being like having no discernment or taste whatsoever which is not exactly how being a kid works totally seems that's the weird thing in the criticism of the movie is that it's trying to posit a lot of things about how children think of art versus how dulce think of art.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Channel 33

"That's interesting because it's it's a blockbuster it's interesting to see the extent to which blockbusters meant to bend logic to to conform to sort of mass appeal and is interesting to see a disney movie trying to target black girls in the guise of something like mass appeal because that is just not what studios of tended to mean by massappeal not as interesting and that is important but the movie has a forty one percent rotten for reason it's just like it's a troubled movie why though are we getting pieces that say it doesn't matter whether or not it's good i'm curious about this yeah it's almost like it's a it almost feels like an instant even though those pieces a lot of time sort of deploy children or the idea of children as a human shield for the movie was like it's not giving kids enough credit either rate you like i didn't like this movie or i did like this i mean it sort of it is crediting children with a lack of discernment about wonder at which which radically feels like a very adult thing to do right is sort of like simplify the mind of a young adult to being like having no discernment or taste whatsoever which is not exactly how being a kid works totally seems that's the weird thing in the criticism of the movie is that it's trying to posit a lot of things about how children think of art versus how dulce think of art.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on Pod Save America

Pod Save America

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on Pod Save America

"What will he say when he's telling the truth or at least trying to tell the truth uh and how much trouble could that get him and of course the public agree cnn did a poll seventy nine percent of the american people say that trump should testify that includes forty one percent of republicans some other stories here uh nbc in washington post they've all reported that muller's narrowing in on obstruction of justice that's why he wants to talk to trump trump may have obstructed justice both in his dealings with michael flynn and his colmey firing and of course telling colmey to please let flynn go we have sally yates and a bunch of other doj officials and other intelligence and government officials who were cooperating with muller now on this case we have wreaked gates paul manafort s partner is possibly negotiating a plea deal so he also may be cooperating we have more evidence of trump's a potential obstruction or obstruction like activity apparently after firing jim colmey for not being loyal and not dropping the russia investigation trump asked the new acting fbi director andrew mccabe who he voted for in 2016 that doesn't seem great uh before naming him acting director blow it was a litmus test it was a litmus test was another loyalty test and then we learned from axios that fbi director the current fbi director christopher ray threatened to resign when jeff sessions pushed him to fire andrew mccabe my god is this what's going on here is is coming to an end is this is this coming to a conclusion here it will what do you think then eight does feel more running out of people for muller interview yes like trump is trump comes at the end i son of our friends who are by kathy rumour and others who are federal for when it's gaza kathy rumbling reform puddle prosecutors can probably tells otherwise carr's my sense of these things comes entirely from television but it feels like you would come to trump at the end of the process of near the end of the process yeah when she than everyone else like you of interviewed everyone else right and be able to test the six now trump could say things in that interview that leads to.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"In the newsroom rick worthington the names of the people indicted and robert moller's investigation into russia's election meddling have been disclosed bob constantini reports both have or are expected to turn themselves in today paul manafort the president's one time campaign chair has been ordered to turn himself in today and will likely appear at the federal courthouse to answer to charges also there are reports of manafort business partner rick gates is being indicted as well manafort had done a lot of lobbying work for russian interests as well as for ukrainians with ties to moscow oh and vladimir putin manafort virginia kondo was targeted with a know 'knock rate in july his lawyer most likely was contacted about the indictment to arrange for his surrender bob costantini washington president trump's approval rating continues on a downward spiral that's according to a newly released poll that once again we had no hand in president trump's approval rating hit a new low in the latest nbc news wall street journal poll as a drop to thirty eight percent fifty eight percent disapproved of trump's job performance the 38 percent approval rating is the worst in modern times were president dent the nine month mark of his presidency 48 percent of registered voters in the police said they would prefer a democraticcontrolled congress while forty one percent went to keep the current republican majorities i'm barbara kusak in washington and one year away from midterm elections what's the state of the gop two veteran republicans from the buckeye state have weighed in on that question right now you guys have sandwich of republicans in the governorships in the state legislature so both houses of congress and the president has one so the parties in good shape that's ohio senator rob portman rosy picture of the present a big contrast to ohio governor john k six warning about the future the genxer is in a millennials are going to begin to overtake the baby boomers and it will it won't it will mean a profound shift in the way both the republican party and the democratic party function casic was on fox news.

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"forty one percent" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"forty one percent" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"True functional cancer treatment you are more likely to die and here are the outcomes that they actually found among those with breast cancer people taking alternative remedies were five point six eight times more likely to die within five years for those with lung cancer forty one percent who reached got conventional treatment survive five years but only twenty percent who opted out did and then the colorectal cancer was pretty extreme only thirty three percent of people using alternative medicine survive for five years seventy nine percent who had conventional treatment survive for five years now they didn't find a significant difference in individuals who had prostate cancer but the researchers say that this is likely because prostate cancer has a really really long life like most people don't declined very quickly when their first diagnosed prostate cancer is highly survivable as we all know but you often don't decline that quickly so it could be the case that there was no significant difference because they didn't look long enough and also there are some limitations to the study they weren't able to see if people got secondary treatment later because that was an indicated in the database data that they used so it was obviously exactly what we would expect this is not a new finding but it's a really clean finding david gorski wrote about this on science base medicine it's a good right up called alternative medicine kills cancer patients some very clear headline the air um and he actually goes deeper into the study.

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