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State official: NY doesn't expect 'steep surge' from variant
"New York's top health officials say she doesn't expect to see a big surge in gold in nineteen cases in the state even as a new sub variants of the virus grows more prevalent health commissioner Mary Bassett says the I'm a crown very NBA two now represents forty two percent of all cases in New York but she says the state is not seen as steep rate of growth like in the United Kingdom and parts of Europe New York health officials say the state averaged about twenty one hundred nu kopen nineteen cases a day last week that's a thirty two percent increase from the previous week like other states New York scale back or drop some of its cold in nineteen precautions this month as a new winter time surgeon cases fueled by the Omicron variants of sighted I'm Mike Kampen
US budget deficit eases to $165B in October, down 42%
"The United States monthly budget deficit fell in October I'm Ben Thomas with the numbers a much improved economy enabled the government to collect more taxes from individuals and corporations last month the treasury department reports the federal deficit came in at one hundred and sixty five billion dollars that's forty two percent lower than October of last year when it rang up a record two hundred and eighty four point one billion in twenty twenty revenues declined while spending to deal with the impact of the corona virus sort for the twenty twenty one budget year which ended September thirtieth the deficit totaled two point seven seven trillion dollars that was the second highest on record behind the year before twenty twenty Ben
Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll
"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the
Dysfunction in the Desert: A Look at the Stumbling Arizona Coyotes
"Also katie the arizona. Coyotes haven't exactly been the most stable nhl franchise over the years there's been a bit of a revolving door of owners and the nhl even took control of the team for a while back in two thousand nine after a bankruptcy filing so given all of that. What was the feeling when. Alex murillo became the coyotes new owner in two thousand nineteen or so appealing on a number of levels on new era of arizona. Coyotes hockey began today the nhl. I ever hispanic owner was introduced to the valley and it was heralded as sort of Watershed moment i think for the franchise in the sense. That here could finally be that guy with uber. Deep pockets like he was reported to be a billionaire. And someone that had tied to the latino community what started this is alex enrolling arizona's cowpeas which is a market that is about forty forty two percent down and really showed a commitment to wanting to grow that level of connection with fan base. You spittle to this. But it will stand up delekta akin arizona but luckily latina. It asked us. He has a really interesting. I don't wanna say rags-to-riches tail but someone that really supposedly scrapped. His way to where he is now. His parents fled cuba in the sixties. They came to miami in college. He opened a location for a pizzeria that grew to become a chain. I had this knack for picking up. Visit our broken losing money and turning him around and make them successful. I'm very proud to be a part of the fifty five year. Old morello owns a chain of pizza restaurants in l. a. casino on the las vegas strip a construction company as well as tv and radio stations. No doubt his will in history of success. Some major win for the coyotes.
Is Biden Really Going To Dishonorably Discharge 200000 Unvaccinated Military Personnel?
"Are you trying to tell me with one point. Three million active duty personnel. The biden regime is willing to dishonorably discharged. Two hundred thousand active military personnel. Is that what they're willing to do. That's their position. That john kirby and the head of the department defense is willing discharge. Two hundred thousand people that have signed up to serve their country and they don't wanna take a vaccine that is showing that it does not even work like they say it's working forty two percent efficacy from pfizer. Meanwhile we have reports people dropping dead after getting the vaccine. They can't walk after they get the vaccine thousands and thousands of emails of people that have experienced
Pfizer Jab Doesn’t Seem To Prevent Hospitalization but Still Gets FDA Approval
"Are they pushing vaccine. Where people are getting hospitalized with the virus that the vaccine is supposed to prevent. And i will tell you anecdotally of someone close to us here. In the charlie. Kirk show to eighty some things that we know got the chinese corona virus. They took a steady regimen of ivermectin hydroxy chloroquine despite massive co biddies including copd and heart transplant. And they recovered. Do you hear stories like that. Did you know that your own government issued another guidance telling you don't take ivermectin. I can tell you firsthand experience at not as a doctor that there was some positives that came out of that and people are alive today because of it. So the fda has now approved a piece of medicine that according to axios axios dot com is forty two percent effective. We heavily publicized. The story that jen psaki in the white house that the biden regime is not requiring the vaccine for white house staff or workers in the white house. If you're a marine you have to get the vaccine or you'll be dishonorably discharged if you're a teacher. You have to get the vaccine. You work in a nursing home you have to get a vaccine and yet the white house has come out and said and we have this story on charlie. Kirk dot com. Jen psaki says no we the freedom of choice in the white house your own rulers. Want to be able to opt out of the vaccine.
People Should Not Be Forced To Take Experimental Vaccines
"You're not saying oh no. No shame on you. What you're saying is i resist the mandatory nature. Yes i mean. What i have is a rather moderate political position on this and i'm called this like extremist. I say don't force people to take experimental medicine. How is that an extreme political position right. Nineteen year olds. Shouldn't be forced to take things that there's a lot of questions about and somehow we've allowed ourselves categorized. How do we allow that to happen because the metaphorical bodyguards for us our leaders to secure the blessings of liberty downward secures of really important work secur security. We elect these people to to kind of make. Sure the threats don't hit us to stave off the defenses. And so yeah and then i will also contribute to the conversation which i have earlier just to think openly about the vaccine and just do your research. I am not an expert on marina vaccine. But i've been completely underwhelmed by the experts talking about this. We know according to axios the pfizer vaccine was forty. Two percent effective july forty two percent effective the most vaccinated countries in the world are the ones that had the greatest spike in the chinese corona virus. We know that's true. And we also know that other treatments like ivermectin hydroxy. Chloroquine could be a great option for people however that's not a good business model for the main pharmaceutical companies.
Will Booster Shots Make a Difference?
"On wednesday. The president's top covert advisors cited a few early studies to make the case for boosters from new york from nursing homes from the mayo clinic. Plus there was some data from israel. I see two things. I i see a few canaries in the coal mine. I do see that. The is Specially from based on the us data. There is a diminishing of effectiveness against mild moderate disease. Here's michelle will get. The director of the centers for disease control and prevention on wednesday talking about a mayoclinic analysis of more than eighty thousand vaccinated and unvaccinated. People like we saw in the new york. Dana vaccine effectiveness against infection declined over time. In this case from seventy six percent to forty two percents for those who receive the pfizer vaccine and from eighty six percent to seventy six percents for those who receive. The madonna vaccine are also see that things seem to be holding up against severe disease including hospitalization. More or less which seems great but seems quick which is good. The other thing i see is whenever things are that nuanced. I want to see the whole ishii be process unfold. Who needs the advisory committee on immunization practices. It's a group of fifteen outside advisers. Doctors nurses public health specialists. Who make recommendations to the cdc on vaccines on cova. Yes but on other things too and the committee has a standard deliberative process. That anyone you were me can log on and watch the encouraging thing and something that got lost in a lot of coverage was that the actual verdon of things that came out yesterday was that they are doing this for planning purposes to start with september twentieth bending authorization from fda and bending the advisory committee on immunization practices review. So i as a scientist. I had weighed for the review because things are that nuanced.
Maed in India Founder/CEO, Mae Mariyam Thomas, Breaks Down India's Growing Podcast Market
"In the last five years podcast growth has been on an upward trajectory and twenty twenty alone podcast apps like spotify ghana and gio salvin saw a forty two percent increase in time spent on their platforms. But what kind of parkas are in listening to well. Most media people in india no the basic. Abcd astrology bollywood cricket and devotion. And not that. It's very different in podcasting. But some of the most popular genres are definitely spirituality and religion sports particularly cricket india is also a nation that loves storytelling. So sean ras like romance and crime and mystery also. Draw an active listener base. Now podcast listening also has a relatively young audience. Geo salvin released a podcast advertising playbook last year that said that ninety two percent of their listenership was below the age of thirty five. Their playbook also said that they're streaming incites suggests that podcast listening is a companion activity. Where it kind of takes place throughout the day. Two and five listeners stream shows while doing household chores one third listen while working one and five while driving or commuting and there is also data that shows that people are listening to podcast just before they go to sleep.
Digital Redlining and Why Some People Are Stuck With Slow Internet
"At the digital divide all year today. I want to discuss how today's broadband deployment mirrors illegal mortgage redlining practices for the past. Why would see similar devastating consequences down the line saying this. Is your daily charge here discussed. This problem is team at senior reporter. Sharp ticket welcome sharp. Thanks for having me. So i offer a listeners. What is redlining it's a. It's obviously a long standing. Practice has been around for a while but folks may not necessarily know what it is and the impact it's had writing is kind of a term that we've heard but a lot of people don't necessarily really remember realize what it was so it was a practice by banks in the thirties basically to map neighborhoods in the country. And say this is a good bet for mortgage loan. This is a bad bet And it literally redlined areas that had huge communities of black african americans so it was saying that anybody who lives in these areas are a bad bet Not worth making a home loan and so people who lived in those areas couldn't get home runs they couldn't they couldn't homes. They couldn't get insurance They basically were cut out from this really way to generate wealth and paths that wealth onto future generations. So what we've seen is that you know it's really had huge impacts on the black community in the united states so only about forty two percent of black people in houses versus about two percent of white americans and the medium black household only holds about one eighth the wealth of a white household and then also in these neighborhoods there's lower life expense expectancy Higher rates of chronic diseases worse impacts from covid nineteen. So it's really just something that you know. It happened in the thirties and the forties is kind of its heyday But it still having implications. Today
Why Should You Care About Shadow Banking?
"Shadow banking is something that i have spoken about specifically on the podcast. Although we have discussed numerous investments and other vehicles that are a form of shadow. Banking crypto currency lending is shadow banking investing in a money market mutual fund is shadow banking lending or borrowing on peer to peer lending platforms is shadow banking. There are many different types. In fact shadow banking makes up half of the global financial system according to the financial stability board. What exactly is shadow. Banking shadow banks are entities that perform some function of traditional banks. But they are much less regulated. They don't offer depository insurance in case they go bankrupt nor do the shadow banks maintain accounts at the central bank so they don't get access to central bank funding in its role as lender of last resort the financial stability board which is an international body that monitors and makes recommendations about the global financial system. It's made up of treasury and central bank officials around the world. They do an annual report on what they call nonbank financial intermediation and be f. I which is a fancy name for the obama in their most recent report. They pointed out that the nba fi sector shadow banks account for forty nine point five percent of the global financial system. That's at year end. Two thousand nineteen and it compares to forty two percent in two thousand eight shadow banks have a number of functions that they play in the economy. The first is as savings and investment vehicles and investment in a money market mutual fund. A topic that. We discussed in-depth in episode three thirty three. How the kovic shock nearly destroyed the financial system. that's an investment in shadow bank.
AP-NORC Poll: Government Should Help Americans Age at Home
"A new poll shows a majority of Americans agree that the government should help people stay in their own homes as they grow old and not have to move into institutional settings there's a surprising level of bipartisan agreement on some proposals that could help make that happen according to the survey from the Associated Press and R. C. center for public affairs research still Republicans lag Democrats in support of some policies forty two percent favor government long term care insurance for all Americans compared with seventy eight percent of Democrats but when it comes to more funding to help low income people aged home half of Republicans and about three quarters of Democrats favor that there's also bipartisan alignment for tax breaks to purchase long term care coverage or get it through a supplemental insurance plan like Medicare advantage I'm Julie Walker
Businesses Scramble for Help as Job Openings Go Unfilled
"Despite high unemployment U. S. businesses find that they're scrambling for help as job openings go unfilled help wanted it sounds like something to celebrate small businesses posting for jobs as the economy edges towards normalcy instead businesses say they're having trouble filling the jobs it is hurting their ability to keep up with demand a March survey of members of the national federation of independent business found forty two percent had job openings they couldn't fill nearly ten million Americans are unemployed business owners say that some would be workers are worried about catching the corona virus or they prefer to live off unemployment benefits that have been significantly boosted during the pandemic another issue husband child care one comment threads at smaller companies they can't offer pay and benefits as generous as larger companies are having a tougher time finding applicants I'm Jennifer king
Americans use stimulus to save, pay off debt more than spend
"Many Americans are choosing to put their federal stimulus payments in the bank rather than spending the money the New York federal reserve's been studying what people do with the government coded relief payments finding most nearly forty two percent of households are using the checks for savings nearly thirty four percent are paying down debt and almost twenty five percent say they're actually spending the money researchers say it looks like consumers may be choosing to spend less because of code restrictions inhibiting activities high unemployment and uncertainty about the direction and the economic toll of the pandemic I am Jackie Quinn
In video, Biden thanks new US citizens for 'choosing us'
"President Biden is virtually greeting the nation's newest citizens and thanking them welcome my fellow Americans in his official video message to newly naturalized citizens I want to thank you for choosing us believing that America is worthy of your aspirations the message comes as the president's immigration agenda has stalled in Congress a new AP-NORC center for public affairs research poll shows just forty two percent of Americans approve of how he's handling immigration amid a surge in unaccompanied migrant kids arriving at the southern border soccer mag ani Washington
AP-NORC poll: Border woes dent Biden approval on immigration
"A new poll finds president Biden's handling of immigration policy could be a weak point for the new administration a new poll by the Associated Press in the N. or C. center for public affairs research finds approval of president Joe Biden's efforts on immigration is lacking forty two percent of Americans say they approve of how the president is handling immigration in general forty four percent say they approve of how he's handling border security but that's significantly lower than the sixty one percent who say they approve of how Biden is handling his job overall forty percent of Americans disapprove of president Biden's handling of children reaching the nation's southern border without their parents that's compared with twenty four percent who approve and thirty five percent who don't have an opinion one respond in a trump supporter in Wisconsin said he feels Biden has allowed the world to feel it's okay to just come on in I'm Jennifer king
"forty two percent" Discussed on Big Fellas Basketball
"But what do you really think. We could see from them after all the movie man. Yeah so the magic seventeen and thirty three to the fourteenth seed and It's the same story every week. Almost the idea obviously at the trade deadline was the bottom out. And they're looking to do just that they split their last four games just fine and said straight line. The offense has just been horrible but you expect that with a team with no creators. no point guards Shooting forty two percent from the field thirty percent from three to four in that span so now for the magic. You're saying okay. We're basically throwing away the season to try and get a top pick..
US hunger crisis persists, especially for kids, older adults
"While America is starting to emerge from the economic crisis caused by the corona virus pandemic there's still no end in sight for food in security food banks across the country are still giving away far more canned packaged and fresh good stand before the pandemic feeding America says forty two percent more at the end of twenty twenty than the year before meanwhile schools to scramble to keep feeding students despite being closed Adrian Hamida school superintendent for Jefferson County Mississippi hammer meal from the school means a student may not meet all of their particular dates of older adults have also struggled turning to food banks and deliveries from charities like meals on wheels in all feeding America estimates network members will again distribute six billion meals this year the same as last year and far above the four point two billion meals given out in twenty nineteen I'm Ben Thomas
AP-NORC poll: Biden bolstered by strong marks on pandemic
"President biting is getting high marks for his handling of the corona virus pandemic in a new poll from the Associated Press Americans have responded favorably to president Biden's approach to handling the pandemic with seventy three percent approval in a new Associated Press N. O. R. C. poll that includes about half the Republicans surveyed a rarity since many issues have been divided by political affiliation overall Biden's job approval sits at a healthy sixty one percent as he enters his third month in office but Americans are more critical of Biden's early approach to some hot button issues on gun policy only forty five percent back Biden's approach for new measures well fifty two percent disapprove and only forty two percent like how biting is handling immigration Jackie Quinn Washington
"forty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Forty two percent on the flip side more speeders than ever are still putting lives at risk the CHP handed out more than twenty seven hundred tickets to drivers going over a hundred miles an hour from late March through April it's a nearly fifty percent jump over last year California no longer owes one point four billion dollars to the federal government the loan was used to cover unemployment benefits amid the pandemic and has already been repaid EDT official says the state use revenue from employer paid taxes another flyover salute is planned for Memorial Day in southern California and this time veterans will be honored along with health care heroes on the frontlines eighteen World War two era planes will soar over eighteen national cemeteries hospitals and airports on Monday I'm you give a guy S. okay traffic center overnight work on I. five southbound one lane closed the Sacramento San Joaquin county like a barber road three six AM for drainage work reduced lanes on I. five northbound at Laguna Boulevard southbound five she's reduced lanes of pocket road to Laguna the Parker road on ramp to southbound five is closed until five AM eastbound fifty connector ramp to north and southbound five clothes for bridge work until five AM in the high country another closure tonight on eighty westbound at the junction of state route twenty until six AM state route twenty is your alternate routes to get around and then another closure in the secret town area on westbound eighty both closures through six AM traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. with a few clouds early on this Friday morning expect lows between fifty two and fifty six becoming partly sunny today I. seventy nine.
"forty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Forty two percent on the flip side more speeders than ever are still putting lives at risk the CHP handed out more than twenty seven hundred tickets to drivers going over a hundred miles an hour from late March through April it's a nearly fifty percent jump over last year California no longer owes one point four billion dollars to the federal government the loan was used to cover unemployment benefits amid the pandemic and has already been repaid EDT official says the state use revenue from employer paid taxes another flyover salute is planned for Memorial Day in southern California and this time veterans will be honored along with health care heroes on the frontlines eighteen World War two era planes will soar over eighteen national cemeteries hospitals and airports on Monday I need give a goddess from here became traffic center I. eighty closed again I the junction state route twenty three about twenty is your alternate routes to get around the closure will reopen until six AM also closed three miles west of gold run eastbound fifty connector north and southbound five is closed until five AM three lanes closed on eighty eastbound from the bright Ben bridge interstate five through five AM more work on eastbound eighty from the dry creek road over crossing the long view drive until six AM westbound I. eighty reduce lanes from east of north K. Boulevard to trucks all road until six AM spot a problem ahead tells about on the KPK traffic tip line dial pound two fifty say traffic traffic every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. C. well Sears guy turning out partly cloudy for tonight lows fifty two to fifty six for tomorrow some clouds around early will give way to sunshine highs seventy nine to eighty three clear tomorrow.
"forty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Forty two percent on the flip side more speeders than ever are still putting lives at risk the CHP handed out more than twenty seven hundred tickets to drivers going over a hundred miles an hour from late March through April it's a nearly fifty percent jump over last year California no longer owes one point four billion dollars to the federal government the loan was used to cover unemployment benefits amid the pandemic and has already been repaid EDT official says the state use revenue from employer paid taxes another flyover salute is planned for Memorial Day in southern California and this time veterans will be honored along with health care heroes on the frontlines eighteen World War two era planes will soar over eighteen national cemeteries hospitals and airports on Monday I know you give a guy S. okay traffic center work on highway ninety nine tonight with reduced lanes northbound from the San Joaquin county line to the Amador Avenue over crossing for guardrail work three six AM that same stretch of road southbound is also reduced to one lane three six area north and south on highway ninety nine between grant line road and Dillard road reduced to one lane until five AM one lane closed regard real work northbound ninety nine from the consumers were rule of art on ramp to elder creek through six AM in the high country westbound I. eighty is closed again tonight the junction state route twenty until six AM also work going on closing the roadway three miles west of gold one state route twenty is your alternate route traffic on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. for well Sears guy turning out partly cloudy for tonight lows fifty two to fifty six for tomorrow some clouds around early will give way to sunshine highs seventy nine to eighty three clear tomorrow.
"forty two percent" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"It's tough you know the older you get especially gets tougher now a lot of people say the reason forty two percent of them say they have trouble making friends is because of introversion are shyness they say it's just a struggle to come out of their shell and comfortably break in a new social situations and circle that's kind of true for me a third of adults blame their lack of new friendships on their version to the bar scene where potential new friends often go to socialize why is it we always think that the place to go to make a new friend is a bar a place for you probably can't hear anybody talking it's too loud I've never been a bar guy a third of respondents also feel everybody else's circle of friends of already formed making it harder to join the gang other reasons for the anti social attitude if you want to call it that include commitments to family not having hobbies conducive to making friends and moving to a new city well I've done all those things they left one out though which which one is that I'm tired he got kids what you got to you know give me sleep we have no time and I am exhausted hi this is something I've learned I I'm single will late in the middle age and I have learned that once and I've been to a million weddings over the years and seen about a half million divorces from those weddings but the thing I learned in the in the beginning was as sad as it may be that when somebody got married I usually scratch them out of the book and I mean that figuratively not literally yeah but it wasn't always angry at them or anything like that was just that was the reality of it you know because I know once you get married you have kids your your fate you you've gone in a different direction and what friendship because at that point is Hey let's get together and have lunch yeah and that's kind of what it is at that point because it was time to do anything else right yeah I mean it's true I've I've known a lot of friends and do that and I've noticed that Facebook clinic keeps some our our friendship together just a little bit like keeps it inside times it just waiting for I think Facebook is a way you keep in touch with people with whom you don't.
"forty two percent" Discussed on 600 WREC
"You know that forty two percent of all cancer is preventable one in nine and will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year is to change that risk factors for cancer include family history genetics but also lifestyle factors like smoking and diet you can be a partner in your own health care it's just a few simple changes this September during prostate cancer awareness month go to P. C. F. dot org to download your free exercise nutrition guide for living well beyond cancer kick off the season with a new copier from southern duplicating of Tennessee southern duplicating of Tennessee has been your document solutions workflow experts for over fifteen years now for a limited time southern duplicating of Tennessee is giving away an executive style color printer with the purchase of a black and white full size copier call now nine one seven seven nine thirty nine ninety two for more information that's nine one seven seven nine thirty nine ninety two to take advantage of this southern duplicating of Tennessee your service is our priority. twenty six career victories NASCAR's most popular driver Dale Earnhardt junior is coming the freed Hardeman university December six to help raise money for school scholarships tickets are on sale now. forward slash junior me. story and he joins great entertainment and food at the fifty fifth benefit dinner at freed Hardeman university. it's finally fall and that means it's time for culture to deliver jail free concert fall series begin September twelfth through October thirteenth for the fall season starting this Thursday September nineteenth it's Los Cologne as. a gentle Bolivian inception. Sunday September twenty second S. tax on it's funny free for the whole family even. it's always a fun time at the level Chelsea don't miss out this fall for information please visit..
"forty two percent" Discussed on WTVN
"You know that forty two percent of all cancer is preventable one in nine and will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year the prostate cancer foundation is funding the science to change that risk factors for cancer include family history genetics but also lifestyle factors like smoking and diet you can be a partner in your own health care was just a few simple changes this September during prostate cancer awareness month go to PCF dot org to download your free exercise nutrition guide for living well beyond cancer kobus does some things the way they've always been done we make traditional western boots as for everything else we went our own way and made with the highest quality leathers sold only direct to you for a fair price with free shipping returns and exchanges a service that would make all grandmothers everything we do is for you find your fair to kobus dot com that's T. E. C. O. V. A. S. dot com the performance for men can help you get your intimacy back today ninety percent of erectile dysfunction cases are caused by a lack of appropriate blood flow performance for men can help today with focus when your compression therapy with no drugs no surgery no needles and no pain get your intimacy back call peak performance at six one four seven three nine eighty one eighty one that six one four seven three nine eighty one eighty one to schedule your consultation peak performance for men helping all men with eighty in central Ohio reignite their sex life and get there confidence back I was a pack a day smoker for thirty three.
"forty two percent" Discussed on WTVN
"Sixty newsradio six ten remember your smart speaker is only as smart as you make it so if you got one of those funky devices make sure you're set up to here six ten W. TV at any time you just say Alexa place six ten WTVN on I heart radio and and you should be good to go if you don't do that Alexa can't figure it out you got to work with and then boom once she learns that she's there for yeah yeah free time okay a couple of kibbles to get to is we like to say in the business majority of Americans skipping out on fun activities because of cost that comes as I don't think of a shock to anybody a new survey finds sixty eight percent of Americans have skipped some sort of recreational activity because of the cost forty two percent decided not to take a vacation that's a that's a pretty steep number do you even get a vacation right Josh I mean you got your surgery and stuff like that that was probably as good as it got for you thirty two percent passed on a music concert or live arts event that happens way too often and I would like to my life well it because we're in the radio industry we have some opportunities that fall into our laps from time to time or we get a whole opportunities to go to sporting events or concerts and things like that which is cool and the thing is if we didn't get those I wouldn't be I went to a show last Thursday night why I took the night off and I I wasn't going to pay for it but I was able to get some free tickets and even then when I you know I went down to river band in Cincinnati to go see old school metal Iron Maiden and great show by the way but even with the free tickets that was my first trip down the river bend I I've never been I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the parking is free it's pretty much wide open now they do build that parking costs into your ticket so they're they're get yeah but there again I didn't pay for my ticket so I came out on top there but even then you get inside I mean it's it's ten dollar beers you're going to drop a hundred Bucks at a show if you if you and you know you the wife go or you've got a gaster something between between food and beverage you're you're gonna pay somewhere and this is how much are you gonna pay in for us like I said we we got I I I don't even know how much the tickets were I I'm guessing the tickets that we had were probably in the sixty to seventy dollar range when you throw on the the surcharge and now you're talking seventy five to eighty eighty five dollars so it's a I get why people just gone now will stay home I am indeed I can't justify with two children and you know my son just started kindergarten and we had to buy gym shoes and school supplies all that it's like well sorry buddy too bad that he needed to go rock out it's not gonna happen you know well when you're buying those school supplies you're not only by him for your kid you're buying them for some of the other kids as well because yeah right your end not that there's anything wrong with that but you but you're helping us subsidize some of the less fortunate twenty eight percent say they chose not to dine out with family and friends in some cases I just used to tie with family period has nothing to do with cost but I'm bumps twenty six percent passed on a trip to the amusement park zoo or aquarium there again we went to Cedar Point last year got some comp tickets I don't think we would have done it if we can get it for free I know certain people are are total coaster ads and for them that's money well spent or they'll go by some sort of season pass well that makes it worth their while and then even going to a professional or even you know in this town a collegiate sporting event it's just expensive yeah to get out and go to work a sporting event if you're going to try to take the family if it's just you going and you're going with the guys are a group of friends and you only have to worry about the one ticket that's something but managed to get a family out his and even going to the movies twenty five percent sacrifice going to the movies because they said it was too expensive now out of all these people that that is that we're not doing these activities the reasons they gave were one not enough money left after paying bills so that's very responsible that was forty three percent forty one percent said saving for other things twenty one percent said have credit card debt to pay off and thirteen percent said have a student loan to pay off so be that as it may yeah we've got an economy that's doing pretty well and we still have you know this many people sixty eight percent of Americans skipping wreck activities because they say they can't afford it's just too expensive okay what was this other one I wanted to get to know the woman did you hear about the lady who went to the hospital because she thought she had kidney stones and it turns out she gave birth to triplets so she was a in South Dakota she went to to have these kidney stones which she thought she had Danette gilts delivered three healthy babies despite not knowing they were on the way or getting prenatal care via the triplets tell me if she's not a metal head one kid is blaze one kid is gypsy and one kid is Nikki spelled like Nikki Sixx of motley Crue each kid clocking in at about four pounds and they were saying that one of the medical professionals says you don't ever see triplets being conceived naturally let alone going thirty four weeks without knowing so.
"forty two percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Anywhere in my opinion you know who did this for a long time thirty five years in the automobile business on the dealerships and you know let's see what came on there and one so we're coming up on eighteen years next month on the radio and are you I was startled by dealerships when we started the program and it was just going to be a little small local Dallas fort worth thing I just felt like I had a great career in the automobile business people were looking for a place they could go to get straight talking on the center and I thought I could provide that I didn't plug my own dealership although we were on the air for five years in fact I recommend my competitors from time to time just because a locale and just because they were closer and funniest part was that we had a caller early in the show back probably two thousand to two thousand three that wanted a new Ford truck and they lived in a place called weather for Texas which was as far west as my dealership was east and when you start talking about cross in Dallas inter counties I mean I do ships is there sugar mothership were they had to be seventy miles apart yeah and not a great freeway system to get there yeah what kind of LA traffic in between go to good weather for dudes is four dealers friend of mine and knowing really well he'll fix you up and it was just dead silence on the phone and the collar goes but I want to buy from you okay could be a whole but I'd appreciate a G. two did she came about for me which but you know it is a long time I still feel the same way I did a two years ago people don't know who to trust people don't know where to go they don't know what to do cars have gotten even more complicated since that time by far all the systems that are out there which cars last the longest should I buy should a lease which cars lease well which cars don't sure about certified I know you got questions and I'm here to answer for you for free will cost you a penny eight hundred nine to six seventy seven seventy seven what three day one eighteen years ago almost yeah McCarthy yes you're welcome college you my faithful sidekick I believe I've heard that before I don't think I have either a nine Alexis never said it yeah I don't know if it I still remember and I'm sure Jerry does more than I do the very first show we did the Mister announcers said and now here he is Jerry Reynolds and Jerry froze like a deer in the headlights his mouth opened it it but nothing but nothing came out and then there was this awkward silence for maybe three seconds yeah they're mine started to operate full sidekick popped in and save the day began but now that first yeah I just ask you a question yes and and it's all a joke by the way pardon me this is never happened before what I've been working on putting the newsletter together what when you wrote to the article about this study about smarter cars may be making us Dahmer drivers yep here's a stat that I find astonishing forty two percent of Americans had it or did you president of Americans with lane keeping assist technology admit that they frequently or occasionally use their phones for video calls while they're driving their bones don't think that's a good idea that was reported this article to say Hey as we get more more safety features on these cars are we paying less less attention to the road and the answer is clearly yes based on the service I mean video calls hell most half the people there I know it I mean I and there's more than that walk to the grocery store well it's it's true and I went on and I gave people okay people the levels of autonomous cars there six seven zero three five and where we are today which is level two and some of these are manufactures saying all we're gonna have a completely fully autonomous level five a self driving car in the next year no you're not no you're not trust me let's go to league city Texas in the Houston area and Johnny even off a patient I appreciate it no problem thank you for taking my call don't regret waking from college in December and I'm looking to get their pre owned a call left again thousand miles thirty thousand dry about is my budget I won't stop and safer allowable the needed to start and have to spend a lot of maintenance money on and kind of looked at wrapped orders and Q. three any whatever you buy so here's a look at you so would you say use car he's really made S. U. V. right no I'm open I'm open are you still there yes I'm still here you found out like that here's the conundrum if you're looking at a used thirty thousand dollar issue very there are some choices out there for sure if you're looking for a pre owned thirty thousand dollar car there's good Lilian choice because the car market is so far down price wise now for me I think should be better off with the issue very for the ease and comfort okay then and now the visibility and more than anything else the resale value because car resale value I don't see it get any better don't don't exception would be trip gas prices go up to let's say four dollars a gallon cars are going to come back into favor until that happens this is an S. U. V. world we're in right now pal and that keeps prices so with that said I would have look it thirty grand out the door you can get a nice clean Lexus annex which is a great issue three and it's gonna have a lot of luxury inside is going to get a good gas mileage you can you can go with a loaded at Honda CRV which is better this is store clear great issue vis I like the Ford escape a whole lot you could probably get out the door for well under thirty thousand with a loaded one of those ten fifteen thousand miles factory certified as a matter of fact and then I will never look at the Subaru lineup they're great vehicles they're safe and and you.
"forty two percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Earlier this year the administration was arguing cure for over queue for GDP was at or slightly above three percent however now the revisions have brought that down last year to two point five percent two questions for you one does this show that that tax cuts maybe were not as successful and the economy not as hot as the administration has been saying secondly do you still believe that GDP for twenty nineteen three percent are about yeah well that last point I like what I see for the second half because as we cross over in the third quarter right we're almost through July get pretty big numbers and retail sales so that continues the consumer phone as far as the business side strong increases in what they call core cap backs durable goods excluding aircraft so like that night I think we're gonna you know we're in pretty good shape for the second half of the year regarding that the first part look concerns the historic revision so we're two point seven percent for twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen and that's a bit lower than three percent I get that on the other hand the prior administration their performance was one point nine percent annually so we're writing forty forty two percent above that trend line and I want to add to that I mean I think by the way the pickup in the trend the big difference between two seven one nine is it actually in fact because of lower taxes and roll back regulations and the opening of the energy sector and the trade before so I think the policies have been working look the differential there's over forty percent but I want to add one point you know we have faced in the last two years severe monetary type you have seven rate hikes that is tough some sense it's America we've done as well as we've done and that with the absence of inflation you know you look at the numbers today the four quarter change in the days later I think was about one and a half percent so if we get some monetary ships is the market is predicting I think that's going to help the whole story administration wants I understand we want we we we we made our views clear on that subject I'm just saying the bond market itself is predicting I think three rate.
"forty two percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And you lost forty two percent of your retirement savings would you be able to recover in time to meet your retirement goals most people could not do that plus we still meet people today that have really fully recover from the Great Recession of of two thousand eight in a right of work going on on a ten year bull market could you run out of money sooner rather than later most people cook right now yeah people and they but the thing is they don't know I know who are where we see is too much risk and volatility in the market good question one big reason can be attributed to the single indicator that we watch very closely and is the Schiller price index Robert Shiller won the Nobel Prize in economics yeah of Robert Shiller won the Nobel Prize in economics and work well with the Robert Shiller also said that if Donald Trump gets reelected this bull market will continue possibly for another four years yeah but instead of getting technical let's keep it simple and put in the terms what we all understand imagine a scenario here the managing it your favorite bottle of wine Clyde and when you go to the store you want to treat yourself you pick up a bottle of wine is an extravagant or too pricey it's it's a bit really consistent a good value really love this bottle of wine and a cost about sixteen dollars a bottle okay sixteen Bucks a bottle isn't too bad but now you imagine your aggressor and you decide to pick up a bottle to share with your friends you go to the shelf and the prices increased the nineteen dollars a box okay from sixteen yeah well what happened well anyway you're not going to another bite you know it's not that significant but why did the price go up it might you think well maybe it's supply and demand you save yourself maybe it you suppose people catching on how good this one is a more people are buying it and that's why the price went from nineteen dollars to sixteen dollars a bottle of not so I'm sorry sixteen hours a bottle in nineteen dollars a bottle but it's still a tasty wine and it's only three Bucks more say if you go ahead nearby there but then a few months go by and you're celebrating so your head in a market to pick up your favorite line but this time you're really taken back because when you approach the shelf with the rise settlement familiar why label you can't believe what you're saying it's got to be a mistake your favorite wine.
"forty two percent" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Meaning the whole thi wins all seven because number best record in the west at home, Portland. Second best record at home in the west. And I just think that those two teams role players play so much better in their own building. But now portly gets. One Denver more to capable of getting one in Portland. So I think it was still get up to a best of three series and Denver's going to win that I think, but if thing is going to be if it's done Golden State, you saw it away. Denver played against Golden State. The last times it was laughable. So I always think Portland would be a better series. If it ends up being the warriors. I think Portland might be the team that could give them at least more competition than what Denver gave Golden State. The last two times they played. The right here with Steven ESPN radio. ESPN news. Let's get to the series because I'm in Houston, Texas, obviously, I'm going I'm here because I'm covering the series. We saw what James harden happened. What happened with him? And his is we also saw that Kevin Durant shooting at a forty two percent. That's uncommon for him. Because we know how efficient he is. Nevertheless, Golden State is up to openness series in your estimate. Why are they up to in this series? And how do you see the rest of the series unfolding? Well, couple of reasons I think first of all I think, you know, we made it so much officiating after the first game. I know I myself did a lot of breakdowns on sportscenter on this topic. And how they miss summer heart early than they are the ones that were not calls that were correct on call later 'cause at jack-knifing thing he does what his legs kicking up into people's space when they're trying to close out on. I think that now became such a talking point that the emphasis in game two is James hard to stay upright and not end up on his backside eight to ten times a game when he shooting three point shot. And I think it it. It's thrown their team off their counting on getting that. And now that's something. They're not gonna get. No, they're not it's Golden State anyway, but they had to get that in order to make this a series. I looked it up a couple of years ago, they played Oklahoma City in the first round Houston beat them five games in those five games. They got felt thirteen times three point shot. They made thirty eight thirty nine free throws. So do the math on that. And that's almost eight points a game. That's how important. Getting those Kohl's is to their offense. And so I think that's that's an issue for that movie because there's so much scrutiny on it. Now, he's not gonna get the same calls. He's been getting over the last couple of years not in this series. Now that this pension is being paid to that right now, that's one thing. But then the other thing last point on them. The other thing is the differentiating factor between these two teams Kevin Durant period. They don't have an answer for Kevin Durant. He's the only guy in the series that can get off a clean shot even against good defense whenever he wants to. And if Houston is gonna continually switch Kevin Durant is going to continue to torch them. He just missed him shock last game shooting. Chrysantus wasn't great. But for me, you know, the what he did in the first game the way, he operated anytime..
"forty two percent" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"Forty two percent from three point range and ninety three percent. Ninety two point eight to be exact from the free throw line. He is a significant upgrade in terms of being a perimeter shooter from Eric Bledsoe. Let's not forget that. Absolutely not. But you gotta tell me that's enough to compensate with Kyrie's Browns and Tatum here. My response today. Here will be my responsive. I don't know if you know the answer to that question. Here's why because as awesome as Greek freak is in the interior. Nobody has shot more threes than Milwaukee. And we know what they can do affectively, you know, from the perimeter between brogden Lopez never Meredith in these boys they had some open threes yesterday. They just didn't drain them. So even though I get Boston MAC credit. We're giving Boston mad credit because of how they neutralized Jaanus. Well, we're not pointing out is how does guys missed perimeter shots and three point shots yesterday. We can't ignore that, bro. I'll give you the last word twenty seconds go. Yes, sir. But who how do they how do those guys get those shots? That's John is being being so dominant. Everybody back to paint. The reason why the reason why you're wrong Christie's because he was missing yesterday. He wasn't dominating the pain. But they still got those shots. They just didn't make them if they're making them what then and that's what we can't ignore. I gotta go. But I appreciate the call. Thank you so much at at eight say ESPN, edited seven to nine three seven seven six you. Listen live to Steven A, ESPN radio ESPN, two hour, number two more NBA playoff basketball, talking just a minute shoot. I mean, just clippers. I mean, I'm thinking about the clippers. I'm thinking about Dr rivers what a job he did this you what an outstanding job so much to talk about plus football twos. Well, our number two up net. That's just a sample of what you hear on the Stephen swift show, weekdays at one PM eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN app.
"forty two percent" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Lakes. Not relate six you can't. And I get it. Yeah. There's guys win forty two percent. They're not winning because I got Elaine six or legal medication. The truth is the less legal stuff. There is the greater the advantage of the people that will do something illegal, and if you've got catching them now, how are you gonna catch layer? I would love if the US ADA would come in and catch those guys, but let's face the cut Lance Armstrong after he retired. He's only worth a billion dollars. I mean, I wish I was doing something. And I got caught in. I only got a billion leftover. You know? I mean, that's the put it this way. Here's there's only need to know about USA DA, boxing, use them. Okay. That that batch of integrity. They use the other guy the Vada. I mean, it'd be great. If someone come in and do something like that. But you know, same thing money testing this. And that I've said for years testing. Is is probably not it. We should be put more money into surveillance. This isn't like a peop- people. We're not testing people who can go anywhere twenty four hours a day. The we know what horses are there Puno actually where they are. You know, it's not hard the horses aren't aren't going down to the corner. You know sneaking out and getting a hit here. I mean, we know where they are except we've got a we've got a much different. We do have a much fairly different scenario that at any time in my memory, and that is the training centers and orces rotating cycling in and out of out of off track of drink syllables. It's simple just tell them if they want to have their workouts count them get surveilled. That's that's there you go. There's a terrific. Absolutely. It's not hard to do this. The jockey club paid McKinsey. Like, I don't know. God knows how much I kinda got like five guys on Twitter and. And then told the same thing like, you know, it's it's just a lot of these things aren't that hard. But there's just in the will there's no well if I ran a race track. I was gonna say to you. We got about we got about five minutes. If I ran a racetrack. They have two or three things that you think could be impactful and and execute -able and I would call in trainers. The suspect say listen, you guys may you may just be great trainers. I can't tell if you're not, you know, if we haven't been able to find anything, well, you know, but my job is the sell bets and and. Perception's reality. So if you keep winning forty percent, you're gonna hearing your perception gonna be at a different track. He don't like it in your too bad. Get Jeff girls done it. And and believe me I disagree with a lot of stuff. He does a lot of stuff. And I think he makes it personal at the stuff of the drivers petty look at his handle they handle two two and a half million dollars a day everywhere else. Do they're doing five six hundred thousand and yet mile trek racing's a little better. But but you can bet and you know, that it's properly up and up. And if there's a guy that comes in there, and it's too good. He's gone. I'm a horseman. And I'm saying this this is how it is. Why at at what question that that that casual observers and even not so casual people that are that are actively involved as as serious players. Are curious and don't understand is. And I don't wanna use the term whistle blow. But why they? They speculate. Why are horsemen why don't they speak out? And I and I mean, the, obviously it's is you don't wanna be thought of as as a sour grapes guy. It's a cetera. But but it is a question that that kind of hangs over everything who can speak out. But I mean who who's? Guys got one hundred fifty horses. He doesn't have time to be on social media talking about these kinds of things he actually has to work. See that's the thing is is that if they wanted to shut me up they should just horses..
"forty two percent" Discussed on The Starters
"He doesn't play for his team at times down the stretch. Because you can't keep them on the floor. It's to me it's strange to pick a guy. He's one of the twelve best players in this conference when he can't even play for his own team at times. Fair enough. Let's move over to the Western Conference. You said it was more difficult. So let's find out here. The guards Lillard and Westbrook. Are they both in west Lillard lock her body that sub each scoring twenty six game? It's not a lock every year. But now sure sounds like he's going to be this year. Yeah. Plane wealth thirty and twenty and maybe even helps like siege. As not having a crazier. Not nurse has turned it on. But Louis CK, Lillard zinn Westbrook. Russell Westbrook averaging twenty to eleven in eleven. Oh, yeah. He's a triple level. Cares anymore shooting percentage, though, forty two percent twenty four from three sixty five percent from the line. This is one of his worst years in recent memory. But is he still in all star lock it and easy? He does a lot. Even if the numbers aren't that UC? He's still driving in the thrive in kids. Sleep fixing issuing percentages. But he still getting the triple doubles just on the athleticism alone. But you know, when he gets a line. He's just need. Some quiet time. Closing his eyes to get a quick cap in his kids are tired about thing. The thing that okay. So those guys are both him. And I do think the coaches will select those guys Anthony Davis. That's a no-brainer. Yep. Oh, yeah. He's averaging twenty nine th thirteen four and a half. Which is his PR right now is almost thirty one Yokich another no brainer on one of the better teams in the league. And the nuggets he's a twenty ten eight. He's nearly averaging a triple double, you know, solid shooting percentage is not that great from three guess, but very very high is Rudy bear in on. Everybody's Western Conference all star team a sort of third. I guess I've got other big. But I do you still need a lumbering men in this day and age protects the rim. It's important that we don't have one on the Eastern Conference team. That's for sure. But go bears. Yeah. It's it's indicative of what a team needs in the NBA, and he's really good at it. And he can do a little bit offensive fifteen points fifteen and thirteen and I got him to his my my one nod to defense as per custom. 'cause Draymond green isn't getting in this year. And he's been the guy who's been getting in a lot being one of the best defensive players in the league. It was ROY Hibbert before him every year. It feels like in the all star. You gotta put him one guy who is. Defense. It's almost like trying to predict who's going to win defensive player at the end of the year. Rudy Gobert good bet. Do you have Donovan Mitchell also in the mix then another task even talking them up? I feel like over the last couple of weeks because he's been killing it. Do you have Mitchell alongside bear? No, no, I figured I mean, I've been talking about because I figured when the coaches get their ballot. And they see that the jazz. I've improved in their back into the postseason, and they have an easy January schedule where they're gonna get lots of wins and donman scoring that they're gonna pick Donovan Mitchell, potentially over Rudy, go bear. I think there's a there's they're only taking one but Donovan Mitchell is just thriving at scoring recently. But he's sort of like that shooting guard that doesn't do a whole heck of a lot. You've seen in basketball history. Your Michael reds. You know, he's not playmaking ton. And he doesn't have great percentages right now. So it's like he's the one trick pony. And you got gotta pick a guy like Klay over him or right? So yeah, he can't be the guy. Good go bears, more important. But I think the. Coaches. They may picked on of Mitchell. Okay. Does anyone have Mitchell on their team in the mix? But yeah, okay. Karl Anthony towns twenty three twelve and three shooting fifty percent from the floor thirty eight from from.
"forty two percent" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"And we're like so who are you blaming for the shutdown, right? And it's basically tied between Trump and the Democrats in congress President Trump's at forty two percent, the Democrats in congress. It's thirty six percent and remember two weeks ago. Trump said I'm going to claim responsibility for this within that time period. The Democrats regardless of what he said are being blamed for the shutdown. Interestingly enough like. Mitch McConnell who's the head of the Senate? Right. The republicans. They're not really being blamed only six percent. So we have this interesting dynamic going on. And then we asked about Trump's on deal the deal that he authored on Saturday. We went into the field on Sunday. Okay. So laughter put out into the public and forty five percent of people supported what the Trump President Trump wanted to do fifty five percent of people opposed it. But then we took it a step further to what I believe the Democrats wanted, and that was for full citizenship for dream, or some sort of amnesty. Right. And then that number drops from forty five down to thirty four percent balls. The president's not gonna move any further. And remember like Laura Ingraham or somebody was calling president Jeb Bush because of his immigration is that you're moving too far left. On it. I think it was. I think it was Coulter Coulter. Yes. And so she had moved, you know. So I think she was right in that the president really can't move any further because it's not the support that he's gonna lose from his base. He's gonna lose it also for the independence that are crossing over. And so it creates interesting dynamic that in the long run. It'll be you know. I think the president could end up doing, okay. On this issue. Okay. So just to restate because people may not be following the numbers exactly as we're talking this. So the temporary protection. So so this is the offer he makes on Saturday. The Nancy says, it's a nonstarter and doesn't want to talk about it. That is a forty five fifty five split forty five. People Forty-five percent support fifty five percent oppose right? Correct. Okay. And then if we go to amnesty short handing it so people know what we're talking. So we go to amnesty. You it's thirty four percent of the people supported sixty six percent of the people oppose it in terms of ending the shutdown. The eleven percentage point differential are those are those are those the independence you're talking about that he's carrying them in one scenario, but not the is it the independence that represented eleven points. Yeah, it's a little bit more than eleven points because he does pick up some democratic support interest guys moved to amnesty. Okay. Whatever little support. He's gonna pick up from the democrat. That's basically he's gonna lose three times that amount with the independence. And that's an interesting dynamic that the Democrats are gonna have to wrestle with especially as we get into this twenty twenty election because when we asked the question about enforcing immigration laws at the borders. The Democrats are opposing that one forty five to twenty but independence supported sixty twenty. So it's not a good issue for Democrats and..
"forty two percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A recent survey found that forty two percent of the time Americans are awake. Their eyes are fixed on a screen, smartphone, computer, tablet, some other device and all that screen time is messing up the internal processes that help us get a good night's sleep. Yeah. ABC Sherry Preston is with us and has some other helpful tips. Sherry what can we do to get a better night's sleep? Well, here's the thing. First of all the study talked about sleeping less. Or, you know. You have a higher risk of heart disease. They looked at about four thousand people who got less than six hours of sleep at night, and they link that to a higher amount of plaque buildup in your arteries compared to those who got at least seven hours of sleep a night. They have had other studies in the past that approving the same thing. But this was the largest one of its kind and the first one that really checked quantitative effects of a lack of sleep when it came to the number of hours that really do make a difference. So yeah, another report came out this week that said Americans spend about forty two percent of their waking hours looking at screens that equals out to be about eight thousand hours in the typical life span. And you know, everybody has said from doctors to mindfulness teachers that you need to put down the screens when it comes to trying to get to bed, and it's not just trying to get to bed each each the cumulative effects of all those screens, and and what it can have on you. I mean, some of the things that they're suggesting you could do obviously turn off the screens when you get an hour or two before bed. I know it's very. Hard for a lot of people. But you know, you gotta do it increase your exposure to nature and sunlight new research shows that that enhances your mental health and helps your learning.