38 Burst results for "Four Months"
About 50 Million People Affected as Heat Wave Shatters Records
"It's another day of flexing. The state's power grid is overheated. A flex alert has been expanded to include today. That's when consumers, residences and businesses are asked to cut back on the energy use. Today's alert is from 6 to 9 the goal, of course to save power. Because the heat wave continues throughout the southwest. Christina Coleman has the latest more triple digit temps are expected throughout the state's governor, Gavin Newsom, signed an emergency proclamation to free up additional energy capacity. Now California does rely heavily on solar power, but that drops off when the sun goes down. Also, the state does import power, but getting extra power from other places. To be tough right now, because so many states are going through this heat wave like in Texas, where the state is facing another power squeeze on Monday about 12,000 megawatts of power went off line there. That's enough to power about 2.4 million homes, and this comes just four months after massive power outages in Texas. Left millions of people without heat or electricity. During that historic and deadly winter freeze. The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for most of our state, much of Nevada, Arizona and
Fresh update on "four months" discussed on SchoolOwnerTalk.com with Allie Alberigo and Duane Brumitt
"Just just because of the situation that we we we count last year up to You know listen to you you guys and your podcast and we're you know we're mask free down here in louisiana. We're not at one hundred percent capacity but you know we've been running off school for probably nine months At fifty percent capacity right in you know we were only shut down for probably four months Started having people come back into the school. So we're a little more open. I guess you're louisiana. Yeah so that's you know it did take a toll and also as well and that s one thing you get a look at is you know you gotta pay that man that you're on the hook for that mortgage They're not gonna let ya Corporately foot had mortgage right on make you sign personally. Ignore it and You know one thing. One thing that's good about a rural property is if if you need to get the cash out you can always refinance and pull the cash out. The two rental properties owned refinanced twice already in pulled. My capital investment. Already used the money to do whatever i wanted with it So that's one thing. I do like about real estate. And that's one thing i do see about. This building is once. I get paid off. I'll have an asset. That i can.
Chris Harrison Exits 'Bachelor' For Good in Wake of Racial Insensitivity
"The original host of the bachelor is leaving the show for good terraces hiatus from the bachelor is now a permanent departure from the ABC show the network in the show's producer Warner horizon issued a statement saying that Harrison is stepping aside from the TV franchise the statement thanks him for his work on the show and wishes him well in the future Harrison's departure comes four months after he defended a contestant after she was criticized over photos that shoulder at a twenty eighteen fraternity event with an old south plantation theme is strong defense of Rachel Kerr Connell led some to accuse Harrison of excusing racism in a later online statement Harrison acknowledged he did speak in a way that perpetuates racism I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Fresh update on "four months" discussed on The Pomp Podcast
"The first four months was kind of challenging to start like a big bank then we started getting traction and we put on shows cirque du soleil shows are services amazing and we started people acoustic realizes very unique experienced and lo and behold started getting busier and busier and busier and busier and towards the end of the first year we sat we're onto something and then all the girls started coming because award was out while the heavy hitters were coming. Their money was being made with social media. Today doesn't take long for the word to get out when these calls start making money and now fast forward today and we're the number one club in the world where it in a more club in almost every category club selling For our tequila or vodka or eleven vodkas unbelievable. Where did the brain come from. So let the eleven hat on its unique in terms of For those who can't see it It's basically the word of lebanon spelled but Rather than one l. there's basically two wells earn a or the number eleven right says e eleven and then e. v. e. n. Where did that brand come from. Well eleven is on eleventh street so we named it and the hats were naturally hats. We we put together the hats next thing you know everyone. Her mother wanted to wear a hat seven figures that he's hats a year really yes seven figures and is the the double l. or the number eleven in the name where that was just like a. We have a big marketing team as a collaboration of Or market team. Dennis too gory. To lopinto dana. Solomon they they all got together. Michael and i loved it and we just ran with it came icon. Let me see these hats. Everywhere i go out of the country. I see by the west coast. Ceo all over new york miami. And like i said we sell seven figures a year in hats and which is pretty incredible because most people give away for name recognition. You sell these hats for fifty dollars a hat and we have another hat. That lights up. Who slept for one hundred dollars ahead. And we can't cuban stock mark. Roberts the hat salesman of the year and try. What's fascinating about the brand is. Obviously you've built this cloud right..
Biden Hails May Jobs Report
"Because he's the smart math guy. He knows how this stuff works. Joe Biden today. Taken great. Oh, by the way is 400,000 jobs less than they thought it was gonna half. Yeah, but they still think. Hey, this is good. This is good. Right? Here we go. That means we have now created over two million jobs in total. Since I took office. Oh, more jobs than ever been creating the first four months of any presidency in modern history. Never done the store triple the rate of my predecessor eight times the rate of President Reagan eight times the rate of President Reagan for the Love agreed. This guy's on fire in four months is killing it. Loving. The unemployment rate is now below 6% for the first time since the pandemic kits since the pandemic. 1st 14 months. First time. First time in 14 months ago, 18 months we saw the largest decline in the number of long term unemployed more than more than an entire decade. The last 10 years
Fresh update on "four months" discussed on Benjamen Walker's Theory of Everything
"From one into another. That's the head. Roaster george warriner. He's convinced that doing the roasting here will totally reinvigorate kenyan coffee farming so bringing the in africa. It would really encourage coffee for me because one the children would get joking facilities number two. The famous will be able to premium because they would Really cut down the chain from buying salem shipping. And all that smell so good in that now i should point something out. There is a pretty basic reason that most people in europe and north america like to drink coffee roasted in the cities that they live in not the country of origin. You see most people who love great coffee also love fresh coffee. This is why african coffee roasters has invested heavily not just in roasting infrastructure but top of the line packing infrastructure as well so where we make the nitrogen for flushing. The coffee packs used to buy these cylinders with Forty kilos of gin each. The only problem was it took relevant half minute and they're empty so we had a guy standing out here replacing bottles like twenty four seven the first couple of weeks. Then we realize this is not gonna work so so then we bought this setup here so can produce our own nitrogen so do this by producing nitrogen loss of the backs. Remove all the oxygen. We can actually still the cops of the condition. It's in when you pack it. It will still be in when you open it three or four months later and then from that you are now supposed to stop counting your week or two of of consumption and then you'll still have fresh coffee to set up all this infrastructure. The lowering machines that nitrogen tanks african coffee roasters received financial help from the danish international investment fund. And they've also got backing from a consumer cooperative that owns about twelve hundred stores in scandinavia. They have a lot of private label. Coffee which we also roast for them. That's what keeps the lights on. Keep the factory running any new customer. We're bringing in additional bonus on top because they're producing supermarkets. African coffee roasters is buying a lot more coffee from farmers than say your traditional specialty coffee company. And they're making a much bigger impact re helps the local economy out here but at the same time so creates a lot more knowledge and know-how because suddenly when we start doing these things other stuff sinker. What are you doing how you doing. Can we do something similar. And i with proven that it is possible to to roast.
Fisher-Price Recalls Baby Soothers After 4 Infant Deaths
"Fisher price is recalling a model of its babysitters Fisher price as for infants died in its four in one rock and glides to others they were placed on their backs on restraint and later found on their stomachs the Sooners are meant to mimic the motion of a baby being rocked in someone's arms Fisher price is also recalling a similar product a two in one suit and play glider there were no reported deaths connected to it the acting chairman of the consumer product safety commission Robert Adler says inclined products gliders suitors rockers and swings are not safe for infants sleep due to the risk of suffocation the children who died were between eleven weeks and four months old I'm at Donahue
How to Win at Work and Succeed at Life with Michael Hyatt
"Today. We have a lot of celebrity entrepreneurs advocating what we call them the book the hustle fallacy. Where you just work hard. Keep your nose to the grindstone crank. You'll put in the hours crank out the work. can eventually. you'll be able to slow down. Give attention to your health. You most important relationships and and be able to have some semblance of balance. There are some people that choose sort of the opposite approach and we call this the ambition break where they just pump the brakes on their career. And they say look. It's it's not worth blowing out my personal health or my most important relationships so i will settle for less than what i know. I'm capable of in my career. We think and by the way. I wrote this book with my oldest daughter. Megan who is the ceo. Michael hanalani albany now but the we believe that's a false choice that that it's not either or as you said but it's both and and that's the double win double win fire nation and. I hope you're listening to michael right. Now you're asking yourself these important questions. Are you right now. Claiming a false summits about that. Are you putting yourself in a situation where you're facing an impossible choice. These are hard questions but imported ones. You wanna answer now not five years ten years from now and your book's subtitle michael is five principles to free yourself from the cult of overwork. Why did you choose to subtitle. We really came to the conclusion as we listen to. A lot of people like elon. Musk for example which has done amazing things in the world. But when he advocates that people should be working eighty to a hundred hours a week and he's done that at numerous entrepreneurial conferences because he said if you can put in that kind of time you can do three to four months what your competitors will take a year to do and that will give you a competitive advantage. But what he doesn't share is he's now on his third marriage his five sons by omission. Don't speak to him. You know it's come it at considerable cost and i know you know. His driving. Passion in life is to go to mars but he might be there alone when it's all said and done and and this is kind of a cult and it has all the same kind of addictive properties that you know. Alcoholism would have or any other substance abuse or even unhealthy religion. And that's why we named it
How do Income-Share Agreements Work?
"So income share agreements. Let's break down. One of the first and most well known. Examples is lambeth school. Which is a programming school. I coating school. And you don't pay tuition until you're earning fifty thousand dollars a year the way it works. If you go to lambeth school dot com you can learn more you agree to pay seventeen percent of your post lamba school salary for twenty four months. But only after you're making fifty thousand dollars a year at least and they have a cap at thirty thousand dollars so basically you never pay more than thirty thousand dollars tuition and if you don't get hired and you never pay so isn't that pretty cool like they also have options to just pay tuition up front if you're able and that's what you prefer But to me the groundbreaking thing is this income share agreement because it's allowed a lot of people from poorer countries or from a disadvantaged background to really get a world class education and then a high paying job so there are a few other schools that are offering similar programs. I just did some brief research university of utah's doing it. Purdue university But in the world of entrepreneurship to focus our discussion here most iras are from startup. incubators one of the big ones that you may have heard of. It's called y combinator and their jail is first of all very selective so you can't just apply and get in like a lot of people who apply. Don't get in but if you are accepted there deal is they will invest one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in return for seven percent of your company. Okay and that would be great if you qualify. First of all i said and also if you need more than one hundred thousand dollars in start-up capital so there is a world in which that is the case for lots of different businesses but here on site us'll school ninety nine percents of stories that feature. You don't need anywhere near that much money. Our whole point is to do this frugal to do this on a budget. To use the resources you have instead of just trying to find somebody to invest money so the reason i essays exist which as i said overall i think they're awesome but the reason they exist is because of expensive tuition or start up costs for some businesses. You were attending college. That was affordable for your budget. Then you wouldn't need the and so two. Is it for the side. Hustle model like total startup costs five hundred dollars. Let's say which we've had hundreds of stories that fit in that category then. An essay wouldn't really be worth for either party like you don't need somebody to own. X. percentage of your company in exchange for that five hundred dollars. You should just find a way to get the five hundred dollars or less on your own so that you don't have to give up any equity in your company.
Product Creation and Consumer Expectations With Eternal CEO and Founder Reggie James
"You write a very good blog. Newsletter thing on substance called product lost. You have a a a a start up called eternal that's somewhere in in the ether in the process of You know going through the beta process and getting a lot of feedback. I guess do you have a a launch on the horizon like. When do you think you'll be out in in the public. Yeah i think this is something. I've been meditating on a lot. Like i think product is like a lot of false starts and you go through these cycles and like it took us three or four months to get to like an alpha tickets like another three or four months to get to like a private beta and then another like three months ago like a public beta in there were like. Oh jesus oh jesus and then like we have to pull back a lot and then took us another three or four months until late. You realize like all right. You're trying to just like let's say you get twenty five percent right on like the first thing. Then you're like all right. Let's see we got it to like forty percent right on. The next thing is like oem script so much but then you get fifty percent right and let you're trying to get some at least eighty percent right eighty percent like that's a be it can keep living without having to like get completely torn down so all that to say i refuse to say a day. Because are you a big believer in like first impressions really are super important. Like in life on product goes. Yeah i think. I think my answer is yes you know i think particularly for consumer one thing that really annoys me is when people tweet something like this is what roadblocks looked like at launch. And so don't ever think that your product is too early psych. Okay but that was two thousand six or whatever on like you know shitty web like that is not consumer expectation now like that's not how that works and so i really have a belief in first impressions. I also just have a believe in like building. Something that's beautiful. It's one thing to understand when things are going to be like rough around the edges. But it's another thing to produce something. That simply i don't know i think i looked at a lot of consumer products and i just don't think that they're any good at all and people are like. Oh it's lake. No that's like a psycho principle from the
Chicago Priest Pfleger Reinstated After Abuse Investigation
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a Chicago priest is being reinstated after an abuse investigation the Roman Catholic archdiocese of Chicago announced Monday a nationally known activist priest is being reinstated as the leader of his parish after an investigation found insufficient reason to suspect he sexually abused children three accusers two brothers now in their sixties and a fifty nine year old man had come forward saying the Reverend Michael Pfleger sexually abused them decades ago Monday outside states a binder church Pfleger said I am innocent of those charges and accusations during the more than four months he was under investigation Slager who is white had strong support from leaders and parishioners at St some vinyl which serves the largely black and low income Auburn Gresham neighborhood on Chicago's south side at attorney for the accuser said his clients were disheartened I'm Mike Rossio
What's Going on With Chelsea?
"Dawn. Let's chelsea school goals. Tommy abrahams their second top score on six. He's not even play for three or four months. he can't even make the matchday squad. This ridiculous scenario where. Georgina is their highest goalscorer on seven penalty. So you can imagine what was going to be doing in the summer. And that's definitely sonnen the striker before we take a look at who he might sign. Stephen you look at eleven verner pulisic. Mount should be enough in front. Three alone is that to get goals enough ability there the whenever any of them get more than the gone streak may be in score. Goals vendor. Didn't start the season. The problem is none of them. We would tab nutshell go school not sure furnishes and tha- really is the only problem that chelsea have you know and gold defensively in the middle of the great things until it comes to putting the ball in the net and it's absolutely hamstring in the book as it has to be a real funny show and i can't think of i talk class furniture other guero who ships to be going elsewhere now that they could go and get
NASCAR's Austin Cindric Reflects on His Third Xfinity Series Win
"The final lap. Once again with us after a win is austin syndrich. I like making this a habit. Because i love talking to winners right after. They've gotten out of the car. It's very awesome to have you back. Obviously a really four months thing third for the twenty two teams. So i'm really excited about this one You know it's fun fun right tracking general. It's been one of wanted to check off the list for a while. Yeah you mentioned your third win of the season you pass to just an all geyer after you did that pass. Did you kind of have a feeling that was that. Was it for the race. I was begging for for for for the way because he cautioned with all in that race. And you know i'm shocked. Fifty lockscreen able to stretch out a lead and Obviously the race so on different frame of the raging. God's got pretty much from thirty to go
House Advances Jan. 6 Commission, Despite 175 Republicans Voting Against
"The house voted to create a commission to investigate the insurrection at the capitol on january. Sixth the vote. Two hundred and fifty to one seventy five with just thirty. Five republicans voting in favour. This is pretty remarkable moment on january six of course the leader of the republican party. Donald trump fomented a violent insurrection. Hundreds and hundreds of rioters march for rally near the white house to the united states capitol at trump's explicit invitation where they descended on the building attacking officers and sending members of congress. Republican and democrat cowering barricading themselves in their own chambers offices fearing for their laws. The crowd infamously erected gallows just outside the capitol building wall group that have forced their way inside it. Hang mike pence. Hang mike pence advice. President refused to overturn the election. In the way that donald trump wanted and the purpose of all of it was to steal the election to stop the peaceful transfer of power to keep donald trump in the white house. Now it has been more than four months since that day. There is still so much we do not know about what happened on january six. I mean look at this just today the f. b. i. Released two new videos previously unseen of two new suspects in violent assaults on officers at the capitol. This one suspect tries to rip off and officers gasmask picks up a baton starts hitting officers with it. The other video shows a suspect wearing gloves with metal knuckles punching officers as they tried to defend an entrance to the capital. Fbi also need six more arrests today bringing the total over four hundred and twenty-five and marking one of the busiest days in the criminal investigation coming onto the department of justice
Biden Says Coronavirus Cases Down in All States
"In these united states of america there were just over sixteen thousand new cases of covert reported. Now if you've been watching the show over the course of pandemic you know that. It was a sunday at the low reporting day but that number sixteen thousand is still lowest daily number since the end of march twenty twenty on. The outbreak was still largely localized in a few areas around the country and when crucially was basically no real testing infrastructure remember that and also for the first time since the pandemic started we now have cases that are declining in all fifty states. That's right that fact. President biden touted today when he talked through the status of the fight against the virus in presented. Some really really encouraging numbers. Thanks a lot of the hard work of cova cases down in all fifty states. I want to thank the american people who have stepped up and done their patriotic duty got vaccinated in less than four months. We've gone from less than six percent to sixty percent of adults in america with at least one shot receiving the results in live and we see the results in people's lives and their livelihood deaths are down from covert by eighty one percent and also at their lowest level since april of two thousand and twenty
YouTube Star Mark Rober on Advice for Budding Streamers
"You heard part one of our interview with youtube star. Mark rober talked about fighting porch pirates who were swiping amazon packages with a trap featuring glitter and fart sprang in part. Two of our interview. Today rover discusses his first ever youtube video and is advice for anyone who aspires to gain a following on the platform. Take a listen. It's interesting the talk about the the schedule that you keep. Because i feel like. I've seen a lot of social media personalities in youtube personalities. Talk about this pressure to always want to come out with something new in like daily. Almost like there's such a thirst for this from the audience that you feel pressure to keep this going. What has kept you grounded as far as just keeping this monthly schedule in. Have you felt those pressures at all. I mean not really in the sense from beginning. When i started my channel nine years ago i started doing monthly uploads and there. It's true what you're listening to at one point the algorithm blessed algorithm that all the you know youtubers fear and hate and love at the same time it was really favoring daily uploads but then they kind of realize this the content. That isn't that great in high quality. You know just everything was daily blogs so they kind of turn that knob back and now if it's the audience seems to like it there's not necessarily. You're not penalized. I think beyond monthly if you doing two months three four months you kind. It might be penalized a little bit. But there's nothing wrong. Youtube some very clear with monthly uploads and as evidence of that. I currently am a at least a few months ago. I had an all of you to be highest average views per video at like twenty seven million views. Because i only do one of other people's views per month. But because i only do one a month the actual average views per video if not number one i'm in the top three or four five so the that strategy can work. And so that's what i do. I swing for the fences every month and pour my guts into it
Boudoir in Lockdown with Michael Sasser
"Just sort of talk about some of the big changes that that have happened because of the covid nineteen lockdown pandemic. And all that. Yeah so yeah all the obvious stuff. Makeup artists cleaning the brushes. And all that. But what are some things that have permanently. D think affected how you're going to be doing business in twenty twenty one and beyond so yeah. I think it was a weird year for everybody and actually closer december. i felt. I don't know like a little claustrophobic about Going into twenty twenty one. I basically had all this time. I used to travel a lot. I used to shoot a lot and try to use my free time for travel. When i couldn't travel anymore As we got into twenty twenty one looking at booking people six seven months out in advance. I kinda almost didn't wanna. I didn't wanna book people and i felt like i needed to guard my time And i only wanted to book people like a month or two in advance and what it ended up a leading to. I called a couple of other photographers on this. And we figured out You know what what. I needed to feel comfortable and good about filling my calendar now. Obviously that's like what a terrible prompt have people wanna book you but At different times in your life like one of my biggest fears is being burnt out from photography. And so what we decided to do was a switch up my booking process to doing a wait list so instead of being available to talk on the phone whenever anybody emailed me we switched to a weightless system. And i say we. It's it's it's just me. I'm i'm known in ryan. I do all the people that i spoke with. So i just take phone calls Once a month sometimes twice a month. And i pack them all into one day and and i only allow myself to book three months out in advance so somebody says at the time you know if it's whatever day it is three months from now you can book with me. Four months you have to stand the wait list until i sent an email out and then you can sign up for phone call in order to book again and this is freed up so much of my time and then the last thing i've done is i've organized my shoots all to be back to back so don't do like when you free what you tell me what we say like are available. I'll put them all together. So it's the same every time for me and then after i'm done with those clients users order albums at the end of the week and then i've got the rest of the time to do stuff like this to hopefully travel when that's available to new course material but as far as you know i just i felt i don't know i i was in a weird place kinda november december and. I realized i needed to make a chance to really really feel good as a result. I more shoots now
Ellen DeGeneres Says Workplace Scandal Was "Orchestrated,"
"Start with ellen. Degeneres she is talking about those claims. She ran a toxic workplace yesterday. She announced that she's ending her talk. Show and listen to what she admitted on. Nbc's today i really didn't understand it. I still don't understand it. It was to orchestrate it it was too coordinated and you know people get picked on but for four months straight for me and then for you know for me to read in the press about a toxic work environment. When when all i've ever heard from every guest that comes on the show is a happy atmosphere. This is and how what a happy place it is. All right. that is a lot that is something going on. What did you guys think about this. Are you feeling bad for elin. Now that she's playing the victim. I mean it was. I will say like it was intense. It was a lot. It was. And i think you know. Unfortunately people love to watch someone's fall from grace right. People love to watch the person who said be kind get taken down for toxic behavior right so everyone was in on it but i mean i think it's something that we have heard about for a while. It wasn't a secret
House GOP ousts Trump critic Liz Cheney from top post
"House Republicans have punished one of their leaders for her repeated rebukes of former president trump four months Liz Cheney has ripped trump's false claims that the election was stolen and says he continues posing a threat today house Republicans remove Cheney as their number three leader more evidence of the ex-president's grip on the party Cheney says she'll work to break it I will do everything I can to ensure that data the former president never again gets anywhere near the oval office and to convince fellow Republicans they have to move on from trump we cannot both embrace the big lie and embrace the constitution Sager mag ani Washington
Birth Care for Every Body
"The reality. According to the cdc about seven hundred women die each year in the united states from complications related to their pregnancy. And the thing is is that you know this country says it is the most modern advanced industrialized and so it's seven hundred women. Every year is too many and black and indigenous. People are two to three times more likely to die from pregnancy related issues than their white counterparts. The relationship with the medical field and doctors and whether or not we as people of color can have a say over how we are treated probably is one of the factors here earlier this month representative corey. Bush testified before the house oversight committee about her own experiences during childbirth. Let's take a listen around five months. I went to see my doctor for a routine prenatal visit. As i was sitting in the doctor's office. I noticed a picture on the wall. They said if you feel like something is wrong. Something is wrong. Tell your doctor. I felt like something was wrong. So so that's what i did. I told my doctor. I told her that. I was having severe pains. And she said oh. No you're fine. you're fine. Go home. And i'll see you next time. So that's what i did. I went home one week later. I went into preterm labor. Twenty three weeks. My son was born one pound three ounces. his ears were still in his head. His eyes were still fused shut. His fingers were smaller than rice. And his skin was translucent. A black baby translucence. Can you could see his lungs. He could fit within the palm of my hand. We were told he had zero percent chance of life. The chief of neonatal surgery happened to be in the hospital that morning and saw my case on the surgical board and she decided to try to resuscitate him. It worked for the first month of his life as i was on a ventilator fighting to live for four months he was in the neo. Natal care unit. The doctor who deliver my son apologized. She said you were right. And i didn't listen to you. Give me another chance to us later. I was pregnant again. So i went back to her sixteen weeks. I went for an ultrasound at the clinic and saw different doctor. Who was working that day. I found out again. I was in preterm labor. The doctor told me that the baby was going to abort i said. No you have to do something. But he was adamant he said. Just go home. let it aboard. You can get pregnant again. Because that's what you people do. Mr kelly was with me. We didn't know what to do after the doctor left. So we saw a chair sitting sitting in the hallway. My sister picked up the chair. She threw it down the hallway. Nurses came running from everywhere to see what was wrong. A nurse called my doctor and she put me on a stretcher. The next morning by doctor came in and places arklow on my uterus and i was able to carry my baby my daughter my angel who is now twenty years old. My son who was saved is now twenty one years old. This is what desperation looks like that chair flying down the hallway. This is what being your own advocate. Looks
"four months" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We've seen in four months. The new rule takes effect a week from tomorrow, and a team of scientists from the U. S. China, Norway and the UK have observed for the first time a phenomenon called a space hurricane in the upper atmosphere of Earth. Made the retroactive discovery from observations recorded by satellites back in August of 2014. Until now, it was uncertain whether space hurricanes even existed. Their findings were published last week in the journal Nature Communications. Fine news nation on your cable or satellite provider and stay up to date around the clock at news nation now dot com and the news nation now app. I'm the Von We'll see mostly clear, moonlit sky tonight. The overnight low temperature 32 typical lows this time of the year will be in the mid twenties. Partly cloudy for Wednesday. Cooler by the lake with a high temperature of 46. Cooler by the lake again on Thursday is wins will be coming out of the Northeast. We'll see a high temperature of 43 by the afternoon Friday, Saturday and Sunday Sun with a few clouds Friday's high 44 47 on Saturday and 52 on Sunday. WGN meteorologist. Dimitrius Ivory Spring is the perfect time to refresh your space, and Haverty is wide selection and endless custom options. Make it easy. And right now everything's on sale. So you won't just save on one thing. You'll save on everything. So go ahead and make your office space. Work harder. Your guest room or inviting and your living room more believable with thousands of fabric and leather options to choose from. You get furniture just the way you want it. So whatever room you're looking to refresh right now. You can get it for less than cavities because everything's on sale. Spring is the perfect time to refresh your space and Haggerty's wide selection and endless custom options. Make it easy. And right now everything's on sale. So you want to save on one thing you'll save on everything. So go ahead. Make your office space work harder. Your guest room or inviting and your living room more livable with thousands of fabric and leather options to choose from. You get furniture just the way you want.
Gigi Hadid Reveals New Daughter's Name on Instagram Bio
"And and singers singers and and Malik Malik are are very very private private about about their their relationship. relationship. They're They're also also very very private private about about their their new new daughter, daughter, who's four months old and G finally revealed. The name of the baby girl shouldn't make it announcement. She just changed her bio on Instagram and it now, says Kai's mom, It's spelled K H a. I For your daughter is named Kai. Weren't they correct me if I'm wrong? They broke up for a little bit right? They did, And then they got back to this. When I met them. I met up at the airport, right? Right. DD dd and saying they're together time Really nice. She was really, really nice. He was very nice, but she was like, overtly nice. I love hearing. You know where she was going out of her way to be nice to colonize something. He was very polite. I couldn't say anything bad about him. But you know when somebody goes out of their way to be nice to a kid and Colin, get a picture of them is really cool. And I was happy. I remember that I have the picture in my head of Zane and Colin and Jane is making like a goofy face. Yes, It's very nice to me. He exudes, like, almost like too cool all the time. But the fact that he got goofy with your son that made me like him even more. Yeah, I didn't get a picture of that
"four months" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"Yes and i'm glad to hear grint stefani say this because i'm not gonna lie for a long time. It's been like what did these to see. You need another very different. She's quirky and weird and she's out there and she's artistic and he just seems like a good country boy which is fine but it's good to see that she's saying look there's a side to him you don't see but i wish he would show us that funny quirky that's what she says he is. She said a lot of people think he's so so normal but his quite quirky is also an artist and he's got lots of different sides isn't a side of you that you hold back to you. The very few people sitting you what people see is because mostly i am. I try to be like on it. I try to be happy and excited. And just on the. But i think people get surprised that i'm pretty chill and laid back ninety five percent of the town. Yes would you say you're a little bit more moody the more you on. We're gonna say brooding not moody day. Peru i pretty much what you see. In fact it's a bit annoying. How happy. I am on a daily basis. You said any guitar to bed like this very very rarely angry. All-new wouldn't it must be exhausting hiding aside of you i mean. Don't get me wrong a different emphasis. But ultimately i am me a happier me and a sad to me ultimately. I think it's pretty much the same thing what's going on with nick. Jonas so nick can do me favor. Can you say his wife's name for me pre kosh. I'd just love to hear you say that name do now. I couldn't say it for the longest. So i had to learn it like a lyric like i was mary poppins and i can only seem get. I can't say i have to sing it. Priyanka show pry love it. We'll pinker and nick. Jonas sources actually saying that they were talking about having kids very soon which is also interesting but it also makes me feel old because knowing that one of the jonas brothers is going to be having a kid very soon makes you feel like wow going back to time flying mail. This he's a grownup man. Now member love burger authors uses. The league doral. I interviewed him once down downtown. No sex appeal very cute. It's hard to believe very cute in those calvin klein photographs with all seem them online. Absolutely adorable but in personally has that ryan seacrest. Is it a drudge mass. Is that the word. I'm looking for judge. That's what he is very a drudge. Non-threatening non nice guy totally standard success very talented. Not very tall. But not the most sexy although i think i was hoping he'd walking in his calvin klein seven thirty in the morning. You don't get those on the radio. But nevertheless congratulations. Don't you ever wonder about children when i was younger. It's funny. I always wanted kids and wanted many kids as i get older in realize that. Not only it's my life expensive. A kid's life would be double as expensive. I don't know when our how it will happen..
"four months" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories
"My brother Austin asked me to go to Syria with him four months later he was taken. By Jacob Thais Thais is the middle son of seven siblings and lives in Takoma Washington. It was at the beach with my family when my brother called his schedule at Georgetown law school had prevented him from joining us I slipped into an empty room. At the Little House we were renting and listened astonished as he told me, he was planning a trip to Syria that summer of twenty twelve and he was asking me to come with him. To This Day, I'm not sure why he asked me we had been on some adventures together to glacier national park, and in the Beautiful Pacific northwest where I've made my home but nothing approaching these stakes maybe he believed I was up for it that I had the same adventurous spirit burning in him and that I would leap at the chance fresh out of college with vague plans for the future to help him change the world. I turned him down. I couldn't imagine myself in those circumstances untrained lacking the war zone experience he had as a Marine Corps veteran with three tours behind him. I encouraged him to follow his heart to bear witness to the escalating conflict in Syria I believed in his vision admired his grit and was behind him completely he left in May. On August Fourteenth Twenty, twelve at a checkpoint outside Damascus he disappeared. That was two, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five days ago as of this writing I have not heard from my brother since no one has claimed responsibility for his detention every single one of those days and every day my family wakes up hoping praying that this will be the last day of his captivity. I think of that call when I read about Austin now, and how easily my name could have been next to his I. think of what he's endured in captivity and what he's missed all the birthdays, weddings, births, thanksgivings, and Christmases that my family and I have celebrated without him. In dark moments I wonder if maybe maybe I could have been the difference, maybe I would have said we shouldn't get into this car maybe the hairs on the back of my neck would have stood up at the offer and we would have gone another way maybe he wouldn't have stayed. So long had he felt responsible for keeping me his scrawny inexperienced intellectualize little brother safe. I don't dwell on those thoughts, but they have persisted they grew beneath the slow realization that this would not be resolved quickly that he wouldn't be home in days or weeks beneath the pride of every award. He's received in every column calling for his return they persist the thought of what he's endured in eight years is made fresh in each one I can't avoid it I could have been there. No president in our history has been more personally committed than President Donald Trump to bringing home American citizens held abroad. Our President has made it clear time, and again, the return of Americans is a deeply personal priority for him. It was from him this March that America I heard. Austin's name said allowed by a president. My heart leapt that day. My family appreciates the powerful effort. This administration is exerting to bring him home. We have felt the progress centimeter by excruciating centimeter now as we approach a ninth holiday. With an empty seat at our families Thanksgiving A. Christmas spent wondering if Austin can see the stars, my brothers and sisters and I implore you from the depths of our hearts. Please help we beg you to reach out to your representatives in Congress tell them the story of the brother. We love tell them. It's a priority to see Austin safest and soonest return tell them to use their power to urge the president to restore Austin to our Thanksgiving table. Every second he stays in captivity cuts a deeper wound in the hearts of my family and we can wait no longer help us make this summer the last he spends alone and give twenty twenty, a spark.
"four months" Discussed on WSJ Minute Briefing
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"four months" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"For twenty four months credit apply within two bills requires new line of qualifying plan cancel where the remaining balance you tax due at sale forty nine so cal other from KFI clouds and fog the lows in the fifties on the overnight side than a partly cloudy Thursday afternoon the sixties along the coast seventies inland even cooler Friday before a quick warm up on Saturday and Sunday and then a cool down again and some rain possible by Wednesday right now Calabasas it's fifty two degrees fifty seven in Hawthorne fifty six and let their ranch and fifty six in a lease so VA we leave local from KFI is twenty four hour news room I'm bill sewer the go to then again one this is from somewhere deep below the earth this is coast to coast AM with George Noory on premiere networks out all of the X. band is back with us former FBI special agent John.
"four months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"Let's look at the consumer here in the consumer has become you know it is seventy percent of the US economy and with the manufacturing sector in the US showing signs of weakness the pressure is on the consumer even more to keep this economy going latest data that you guys have at the Conference Board on the consumer confidence we had a marginal decrease confidence is now at one twenty five nine versus one twenty six point point three last month but holding steady and we think it's going to continue to prop up the economy prop up growth and you know we're we're sort of in in I think a good place right here I- consumers are sort of you know shrugged off all the trade rhetoric there's no signs here that the impeachment inquiry awesome what would you tell them we're still at a relatively strong level you know we've been seeing sort of this same see-saw momentum for much of this year and there's really been no sir sort of downward trend visible so I think we're in a we're in pretty good place here I mean one twenty five point nine is a relatively strong reading and it's it's interesting Lynn you think about the consumer so much of it is do I have a job am I getting raises in my job my you know more or less content with in terms of employment report it pretty good spot right now with unemployment at fifty year lows what what's your survey talking about the employment situation You know current employment situation is very good we saw a bit of an uptick in the people telling us that you know jobs are plentiful a slight uptick in those telling us jobs are hard to get but historically very strong levels they did express a mild concerns going forward but I think we're still in a relatively good place I mean we're anticipating being somewhat slower employment growth going forward but no red flags coming out of there that you know suddenly we're going to have a spike in in layoffs or or freezes so I think it should be enough just deport competent so we've actually seen a softening in the trade rhetoric we know that trade tensions have weighed on consumer sentiment what was it that was responsible for the unexpected decline this time around it's relatively you know kind of moving sideways again it was a little bit of apprehensive Nisa about where business conditions and employment are hated on the flip side of that though they're more positive about their income prospects and that should bode well for spend interesting intentions we saw a little bit of a pick up there and I think you know the decline that we're seeing an interest in mortgage rates is filtering into that and major appliance purchases you know the big thing could item share is pretty flat and holding a high level so I think you know both housing interest rates job growth in wage growth should continue to support confidence for the remainder of the year thank you so much Lynn Franco. We always appreciate your insights Lynn Franco is senior director of Economic Indicators Surveys at the Conference Board.
"four months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"He's having any impact on competence overall so I think we're in pretty good shape heading into the holiday season I guess some people point to the unexpected decline as being somewhat work seeing both in the holiday season she's an in a little bit longer term as well when how does your work take into account kind of homeownership because it seems like with interest rates so low here you know people who want homes have the homes they can trade up if they if they want how do you try to capture the whole home ownership thing.
"four months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"At Bloomberg Dot Com at switch gears a little bit again we have the Fed tomorrow expectations are for a rate in a rate cut it's got a sense of what the markets are position for nealer Richardson Investment Strategist at Edward Jones. Neil thanks so much for joining us what is and for the is for the economy going forward we've we have a really mixed picture right now still it was zillion consumer but there are some fraying around the edges in terms of the job market producing the same number of jobs that we saw last year we've seen a slight uptick and delinquencies in terms of it us on the rate cutting cycle I wanNA know has their outlook for the economy changed so are you expecting to actually answer that question well they've they've been pretty consistent about the economy they've said that the economy is in good shape and is that still there operating outlook is the economy still in good shape and if so is this next by the sped whether it's a pause or cut is this consistent with the economy that we see before us or they still looking around the corner at rising wrist is like a trade which again we've got improving more positive rhetoric or or other risks that they're seeing abroad intrinsic slowing growth so nealer we you know we're expecting as you suggested rate cut tomorrow it continued moderately dovish fed we've got maybe some good news coming on some of the geopolitical front it says relates to trade him you know Gosh may be brexit the market certainly discounted that this year do you sense that from a valuation perspective this market is is unstretched we think that the pricing is reasonable because we're still seeing good economic fundamentals we still see economy that's growing but at a slower rate that's it's been very positive for equities very low interest rates have been positive monetary stimulus has been positive and so we think it's it's not a cheap market but it is confidence and we just got some readings showing timur confidence fell to the lowest since June we've also seen delinquencies pick up a four particularly auto loans and credit card right loans how does that sort of square with this idea of the strong us consumer and a strong U. S. economy well it goes back to my initial point look consumer has been resorting and it's been carrying the water for this economy for ten years are we starting to see a fray and that's what we're very watchful of it you care that with a corporate sectors that's healthy but really hasn't contributed on the growth front terms of Capex spending investment what you or on the fiscal side we never got that infrastructure bill we've all been waiting for a week after week and so it's really the consumer and while these fraying of the consumer might be okay hey you had other players in this game when you only have one to really concerned about the health of that one Neyla Richardson thank you so much as always for joining us now. Richardson is an investment strategist Edward Jones.
"four months" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"What are you looking for tomorrow out of the Fed typhoid I looking for a return to the heartache I really wanted to see what their projection credit cards and automobile and so I wanNA know with inflation for having another different factors as the Fed in June and and really started is a reasonably priced one given what we know to be solid fundamentals and I think what we're seeing on the earnings spread validating so coming up we're GONNA be talking about consumer.
"four months" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Four months after the account had been close. And we call them back and said, listen what we need is a year of pay history. We need to see how you got from. The seven thousand dollars you think that she owed at that time. To that number from the sixty five hundred dollars or whatever that number was. We wanted to see the entire pay history is her right as a consumer to get that debt validated. Her right? Certainly when they go to court if they are going to move forward and sewer. So I I knew because of the statement we got the only one thing we had that. There was no way they were going to be able to get that information from the by the way, this was a Bank credit card one of the one of the big five banks, and they had they sold thousands of of these debts. But the bottom line is that after a week and a half of this. It was clear that they didn't have that documentation. I said, listen, our clients going to just go to court and demanded or you can just take a couple thousand bucks to go away. Because there's no way I'm going to instruct you to pay seven thousand dollars on a debt that we think is nearly out of statute. And you guys can't provide all the background for and the biggest part of this. And you know from listening to my show if you've listened for any period of time guy that says if you owe the money pay the money. But in this case when you're dealing with the debt buyer, the debt buyer isn't do seven.
"four months" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"With spikes on it? Grabbed by javale, Lena. Alert necklace keep going off because the spikes keep touching it. But now see I'm staying right here. I don't need that. I can go vacation. I don't want. I don't want to like I have a friend that lives in Arizona. My uncle lives there. And they do they have to check shoes for scorpions. I'm sorry. I just want to put my shoes on the morning. The time to look inside to see if there's a critter in there. Doing that ain't got time for that. We have tics. For four months of the year and leeches. Okay. Okay. Oh, and how often muscle legs? How often are you coming into contact with leeches? Oh, well, you're right. It's less now. But I used to swim in lakes more. I'm sorry. What the hell did you just say? It's less now when were you doing when were you when were you inconsistent and close proximity to leeches spending the summers up in Grand Rapids on lake pokanoka, Emma, my grandma had a cabin out there and we'd swim and you'd get out and they'd be between your toes or. Ooh. Yeah. I found him. Oh. Armpits. Serious. I never had a Leech on me and my life country. Alexis palm offer arm and eat them. Lori and Julia Hawaiian bride to be someone outed her and read it because she.
"four months" Discussed on 20/20
"The Cape simply windy for the end of monsoon season that is three or four months away. The times are calling the shots, but the Americans wore them time is not on their side. We knew at that point that rain's coming. The plan that we have in place is going to become unfeasible once these certain chambers and areas of the cave, get re flooded. As if the threat of more rate isn't enough bonders in the cave, detect an alarming drop in Iroquois, but died. The other factor that helped us decide whether to proceed with the rescue or not was the decreasing amount of oxygen in the cave where the boys and the assistant coach were located. We knew that there wasn't a zero risk option, but we knew that the option of leaving the kids there for four to five months was a bad option. They begin preparations for mission impossible beginning with a key piece of equipment which the Americans supply. It was a positive pressure full face mask. That is a piece of equipment designed to go over your entire face to ensure that the boys would be able to breathe on the face moss with all size. Shoulder worser contains the most an air force officer, shoots this shell phone video of the divers testing. The plan in a local pool, pulled them in the full equipment that we were going to use, struck them around with a full fish, my skin fulfill of ten twenty minutes when the war so everybody could see what we're gonna do. It wasn't a very accurate depiction of what the rescue divers would actually be doing. But as a crew of concept, it worked. These strategic placement of air tanks throughout the cave is so critical. They run a drill using water bottles as props for scuba tanks, laid everything out in a big field, and we had staging points set up in the field, and we had them walk through to make sure that what we had planned on paper would actually work in real life a shingle tank out of place placing could mean the difference between life and death. Because the last thing that we wanted was for one of the divers to show up in a staging point and think that there would be a replacement tank there and there was nothing or even worse. There's a tank that was empty..
"four months" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"And those are the times where you're like why is this happening to me this is awful and you know that was really hard to go through i mean we've been through also issues with the fda stopping our inventory ten thousand units of sunglasses being held for four months in the fda really can wipe out your cash flow and so you know it's things like that that have really that really make you wanna quit but we were smart enough to have an emergency fund sort of in place you know enough to keep us afloat and we now know that we need more and you know you just have to prepare for things like that but even when you have bad days like that or bad month's twenty seventeen was not an amazing year but it was in so many other ways you know we had a child and we've been waiting for that for so long and we're still helping so many people by giving back that that really keeps you going and you're right it's just you have to put your mind in that you know you're helping people we're gonna continue to plug along no matter what we have to do and we'll get out of this bad time because on the other side of that is going to be a good time and we know that you know twenty eighteen is going to be awesome for us and what happened on the other side of that really bad day i'm guessing took awhile to climb out of that hole but what happened to the business in the following months.
"four months" Discussed on KOMO
"Thirty why they're everybody at sunday morning here in the pacific northwest the final one february we've got rain coming down for most of the loeland say for a couple of spots with some west know potentially over some of the cascade put hill communities or closer to the canadian border most of us seeing in the mid to the upper thirty so that cold rain coming gambit over the cascades it a snow flying a winter storm warning in place to be heavy throughout the afternoon for really difficult past travel down in the low and showers and sunny breaks really gusty on sunday wins between twenty and forty miles per hour in the komo weather center i'm meteorologist shannon o'donnell komo news time descended on cruise control this is our auto expert here's nick miles anton woman still with us on the phone which walking about to be very big changes in general motors union body suvs so they seem a spike in little suv sales of the chevrolet traverse and the buick enclave in the united states why if they see this big jump in numbers the first generation of big general motors union body large suvs that came out in two thousand an aide to shove a to reverse a new buick enclaves we're really old into two and they were replaced in the fall of 2017 with an all new generation at least a two vehicles are made in the same factory in lansing michigan there are the only two vehicles that are made in those factory they have in their first four months of a sale.
"four months" Discussed on KFC Radio
"The i try to think of like it nudes are delete a you know like you go through your old childhood home sometimes you like oh him cleaning up my get elected relics of the past year late nostalgia alex i i don't need this anymore l throws away i've adjacency horn jersey you're throwing ellie big jason sie or guy that still sit in my closet ilke route with you yes to keep my good memories me and my daddy's to go to the giants game we go to one giants game a year house of percent that guy is just going to reminisce about your long longdistance relationship those three or four months every three or four months and you can look at those forever and and and you should wear that has badge water yeah yeah yeah feel honoured that so that you are immortalized in that guy's hall of fame like ours i don't know if it ends like probably not amtrak apparently look i've never been like i've never had nudes in like bed dumped by someone who i genuinely liked him and like like i guess maybe there's is a factor where like you go back and you look at it makes you sad ligao yeah oh yeah so say you get like you know the love your life dumps you there and and you know i forget about getting a hard on you take a look at it you like all your members get who dumped licko i miss you i could see that probably not though route girl i never happened to me of usseileh guys yes there is as because there is a possibility probably you'll be more lake oh man i i miss that girl i wish we were still dating but stick it's your naked every night better often it's it's more like beggars can't be choosers that's what i would say i've had some news get deleted that i just devastate me the don't have any moon well i i get that notification from my phone every of that europe eichel it hasn't been backed up since may two thousand fourteen here well i don't know how to do it that yeah i don't know what the fuck the cloudy so loud access it or how to use it so at about fox do you apple whenever i get a new phone i do lose any like ivor break my phone i always like monthly.
"four months" Discussed on The Limit Does Not Exist
"Of the space that you gave yourself in this non sabbaticals sabbatical or did you have that that thesis going in and that's what you were going to use those four months to explore yes o v i first had the idea of doing an investment fund actually while i was at singler university back in two thousand fifteen and been interested in venture capital for a while but only in a very big way but the idea started to come together when i was at two when i was at singularity university and then you know the fractionals board um joined with me on a back as was about an eighteen month long process of of really having a a very openended creative exploration of what we might do next as an organization an and i gotta give them credit for this because not a lot of boards have the courage imagination to do that i mean boards dig in on on strategic planning process his licht that went organizations are in crisis but fresh else was super healthy it had reached a level of maturity and and size and and health as an organization that kind of running almost on its own uh and we saw that as an opportunity we saw that as an opportunity to look at sort of what's next and and how can we um um take our impact uh even further um and so we explored a lot of ideas in that process but where we landed was was the idea of the impact investing funds so by the time that i started the sabbatical we knew that was what we were going to explore and and the point of the of the non baticle as well um was to do a deep dive and really assess the feasibility of it um and try to figure out you know if there was of their there um yeah what kind of invesments were you looking for at the beginning when you were kind of seeing is they're they're they're what what was your hunch that the you know the types of as you say tools and infrastructure not content but but the tool surrounding the practice of creativity what kind of investments did you think you might find and.
"four months" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"But i'm a dairy however on how many ways that we have a lotta we have like four months as this february i just came it is i think box office records this movie y'all we are going to come through you got the comic not like crazy people who love comics which you know i love him to then you've got black folk i mean this is like the track vechta of audience yes who is not gonna want to see this day listen folks hang i'll be ready now i'm gonna see it like the fords i feel like it's going to be sold out with like in five seconds at every theaters her that weekend so get your own reminder tickets already on on soldier chelsea this tweet somebody already sent in their day off notice he's a crude enough sick time three out of a day like dull cooking look look back to that be it book there make your own double feature and we may need after parties on friday saturday and sunday amadou a party hov idea for the weekend yeah do you know okay anyway we're excited buried cited oh and so in there was some sad news that we received this we very say yeah michael night he was on project runway he pass away thirty nine years old while so young yeah there's still no details race suddenly it seen that yet although we found on an older facebook post of his you talked about ib us.