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California lifts regional stay-at-home order

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:19 min | 5 hrs ago

California lifts regional stay-at-home order

"Lunch outdoors at restaurants in Orange County. This half of the governor canceled the regional state home water because the coronavirus situation seems to be improving, can extend seventies John Baird is live with details. The state Department of Public Health says. We've turned a critical corner and officials there believe that going forward over the next four weeks or so I see you. Bed capacity will climb back above 15% in Southern California and two other regions, and that's why the regional stay at home order was canceled. So now it's back to the color coded grading system. Which leaves most county still in the purple tear, But they're now able to open up restaurants for outdoor dining if they choose Jim's for outdoor workouts and salons for limited indoor appointments. Lisa Bartlett is an Orange County supervisor so slowly but surely regret just start being able to reopen our economy. And hopefully, if our numbers hold will be able to move from the purple to the Reds here, she points out that the ICU bed capacity numbers are not good right now. Not at this moment in the OC. The state is looking into the future and the numbers overall. That's why the stay at home order was lifted. It's not clear what actions l a county will take. Reporting

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California lifts regional stay-at-home order

KNX Midday News with Brian Ping

01:19 min | 5 hrs ago

California lifts regional stay-at-home order

"Lunch outdoors at restaurants in Orange County. This half of the governor canceled the regional state home water because the coronavirus situation seems to be improving, can extend seventies John Baird is live with details. The state Department of Public Health says. We've turned a critical corner and officials there believe that going forward over the next four weeks or so I see you. Bed capacity will climb back above 15% in Southern California and two other regions, and that's why the regional stay at home order was canceled. So now it's back to the color coded grading system. Which leaves most county still in the purple tear, But they're now able to open up restaurants for outdoor dining if they choose Jim's for outdoor workouts and salons for limited indoor appointments. Lisa Bartlett is an Orange County supervisor so slowly but surely regret just start being able to reopen our economy. And hopefully, if our numbers hold will be able to move from the purple to the Reds here, she points out that the ICU bed capacity numbers are not good right now. Not at this moment in the OC. The state is looking into the future and the numbers overall. That's why the stay at home order was lifted. It's not clear what actions l a county will take. Reporting

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US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

Morning Edition

04:43 min | 10 hrs ago

US officials express concern over possible shortage of COVID-19 vaccine

"More more than than 3000 3000 people people dying dying from from Corona Corona virus virus every every day day here here in in this this country. country. There There is is a a sign sign of progress. Though the number of new cases is declining significantly, vaccines are the key to making sure that trend continues. But getting the vaccines where they need to go has been problematic. NPR's Allison Aubrey joins us now. Hi, Allison. Good morning, Rachel. All right. We're gonna start with some numbers about 22 million shots have been given which is good. That's about half of the total doses that have been distributed across the country, though. So you've got 20 million other doses available. And yet some cities in hospitals say they're running out of the vaccine. How is this disconnect? Explain this, right? Okay, so I know it sounds counterintuitive, but they're actually two things happening at once. Right? Okay. So manufacturing is accelerating. Visor and Madonna have distributed more than 40 million doses around the country to every county, every state. But many more people are now eligible to get the shot at a time when states are just figuring out logistically Rachel how to scale this up, and that's creating a bottleneck. I mean, some places they're doing better than others. I spoke to Dr Mark Boom, he's CEO of Houston Methodist, part of the colossal Texas Medical Center system. Now they're using doses as fast as they can receive them. But it's not enough. Each week. We run out waiting for our next shipment. It's really a supply constraints issue. We coordinate across our city's about doing this as quickly as possible. So we're confident we can do this. As a community. It's just a matter of getting more supplied more quickly. Yeah. So at this moment, the vaccines are still think of them as a scarce resource, and that creates anxiety. It creates confusion right and this helps account for all these stories. We're hearing about people who get an appointment to get the vaccine, and then they get a phone call or an email saying your appointment's been canceled or postponed. So, I mean, can the vaccine makers just produce market they produce enough to help meet the demand and the Biden administration's goal of 100 million doses in 100 days? Well, you know, administration officials think so and look to be fair, even as the new administration came in last week about a million doses a day were already being administered, which is what's needed to meet that goal if we stay on track, but there are now lots of head winds to keep this going, White House Chief Chief of Staff Ron Clean said on NBC yesterday. There are multiple challenges. It's a very complex process that needs help on all fronts. We need more vaccine. We need more vaccinate whores. We need more vaccination sites. So he's saying there's a lot of challenges there, including the need to produce more vaccines, huh? That's right. We got to go back to that. I mean Fizer of modern it need to deliver millions of more doses per week. Rachel to stay on track, and this is tricky. These companies have to scale up factory capacity deal with supply chain issues. And remember this is brand new. It's the first time I am already technology has been used at this massive scale. I spoke to Dr Josh Sharfstein of Johns Hopkins University. He's been being considered for the top posted the FDA, he says. Given how complicated this is the urgency, Majorino, Fizer and other companies may need help, including maybe the use of the Defense production act to boost shortfalls. Just hoping that the company's alone will come through may not be enough. And so one of the key aspects of the Biden plan is to roll up the government sleeves and say, How can we make sure you have the supplies? You need the machines you need and potentially even expand your production capacity. So big picture here, Rachel, this is going to take some time. Many months. I mean, another potential challenge occurs to me. What about folks who've gotten their first dose? Right? This is a two does vaccine So they've gotten the first shot. But what if they can't get the second shot on time? Is that okay? What? Mm. The CDC says the second dose should be administered as close to the recommended intervals possible, which is three weeks for the fire, Sir vaccine four weeks for the Madonna vaccine. However, if this isn't feasible, that agency says the second dose can be delayed administered up to 42 days after the first toast. I spoke to physician Gabe Kelen at Johns Hopkins University about this. He's overseeing the vaccine distribution there at the university. So in their preliminary studies, you know when they looked at what is the shortest reasonable time to give a booster turned out to be three weeks and four weeks? That doesn't mean giving the booster at six weeks isn't justice affected for longer term? Community. You know, he says there is limited data here, so no one knows exactly how long this gonna extend out. But it makes good sense that there's legal room here.

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Newsom expected to cancel regional stay-at-home orders in California regions, including Los Angeles

KCBS Radio Overnight News

04:06 min | 17 hrs ago

Newsom expected to cancel regional stay-at-home orders in California regions, including Los Angeles

"Gavin Newsom confirms to KCBS that tomorrow. The state Department of Public Health will lift the stay at home order is the regional state homeowners for all regions in California that includes the Bay Area, Los Angeles and San Joaquin Valley, which are the three regions still Under the stay at home order, But the news we're getting now confirmed from the noose of administration is that the regional state home orders will be lifted effective immediately. On that means going back to the color coded four tier system. Most counties are in the most restrictive purple tear, but this will mean that outdoor dining can resume. Not just take out. It means you'll be able to get your hair cut at a salon again. There's a whole list of things that were permitted under the purple tear that were shut down when the state home order took effect, so they're going to go ahead and lift this even though you know the whole plan has been for the last what more than a month That you had to have at least 15% capacity in the ice. He used to come out of this order. And as recently as this afternoon they were projecting that none of these regions were going to do that over the next four weeks. And then all of a sudden this afternoon. They said the Bay Area had a 23% ICU space, which was a little bit of a head scratcher. And now the state Department of Public Health says that all the regions are projected to have at least 15% ICU capacity within four weeks. And so they meet the criterion for lifting this stay at home order, and it's going to be lifted immediately. You think this is mostly political pressure? Because certainly we've been hearing that for four weeks. The ice you projections have to be below 15%. Yeah, It's really hard to say it's hard to believe that that's what's happening here. Although certainly back in the spring, we came out early in some parts of the state because of political pressure the governor gave into that. In this case, you know they have this metric that you have to have at least 15% headroom in the ICU, But they've kept secret exactly what goes into that recipe that there are four different Metrics, and we don't really know what those numbers are, and we've asked for that data. They won't give it to us. So how they come up with this projection? Nobody knows on. It's a little mysterious that all of a sudden, when the first part of the day the projection of the number for the bear, it was something like 7%. And then in the afternoon suddenly was 23.4%. And now they're saying all these regions will hit 15% over the next four weeks Now, I don't know, because they haven't shown us the data, so we we can't Confirm their math that this is an accurate projection. But it's hard to believe they would mess with the numbers in such a way because of political pressure. And, you know, put people's lives at risk just because they felt you know the heat, but they say that their numbers and we'll try to get more when they speak about this publicly of the next briefing. But they haven't given it to us In the past. Their numbers say that they show at least 15% space in the ICU is between now and the end of February. And one other thing, too, is that a lot of the infectious disease experts have been saying that they are somewhat confident that We are the current search that were in that started it. What if, after Thanksgiving, maybe has crested? And you think that may have played into a to that? What? What You mentioned that we're not seeing all the data here that it actually might be better than The projections were Yeah, I think that the surge has not been as horrible as they forecasted might be. And certainly the numbers over the last week to 10 days have been improving. The positivity rate has dropped steadily, both the seven day in the 14 day. The caseload has been coming down steadily. We had a couple record days of deaths, though last week but of course Deaths or trailing indicator. They're lagging indicator people dying that would have been infected several weeks ago, so that was to be expected. But the other numbers have been trending the right way. And the governor and the state health secretary of both been saying. That's cause for cautious optimism. I guess now there because these numbers continue to move in that direction. They're seeing the hospitalization and I see your numbers come down and they projected they're going to continue to improve But again without seeing what goes into the sausage making here, you know the numbers that make up their data. It's hard to confirm that independently. All right, duck. Thanks very much.

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How to Become a Google Certified Educator

The Teachers Impact

02:58 min | 6 d ago

How to Become a Google Certified Educator

"If you're a teacher that's been using google classroom for the past year or previous years and you have not been certified. Then you need to do this for the purpose of this podcast. I'll be talking about google certified educator level one. The first thing you need to do is to set up an account with google you can go to. Edu dot google dot com. What should their teachers center to set up an account. Once you have your account you can register for test. However i highly recommend that you complete the fundamentals training on their website. It will take some time. It took me about three to four weeks to fully complete the training. Then if you have a google account you can practice the skilled in the fundamentals training in your account to help you prepare for the test. There are tons of other paid. Google trainings out there. But if you really take your time and work at the fundamentals training it should be enough. Technology is completely brand new to you. Then an additional chorus may be needed based on your technology level. You could also try the practice questions to test your knowledge to see if you're ready for the exam all right so you've gone through the fundamental straining and you feel prepared. What i want you to do is to register for the exam. It is only ten dollars and that is a bargain compared to other certifications when he registered for the register for the as you complete the training so that you don't forget what you have learned and again if you don't practice what you have learned and the fundamentals training. The test might be difficult. You will have to demonstrate what you have learned and able to do with their knowledge of google applications. You may need. All three hours allotted to take the test based on your skill level. So make sure that you practiced testing. You've registered you've practiced and it tests. They is here. I want you do the test at a time of day. When you're most focused for me that is early in the morning. The less distraction do have the better the other thing i want you to do. Check your work to make sure you complete it all of the steps of the task especially if you have a lot of time left. This is one mistake i made. It only took me a couple of days to get results. But once you finish intimate the exam google will notify you when you can expect your results

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How can Canada stop the growth of hate groups?

The Big Story

05:20 min | Last week

How can Canada stop the growth of hate groups?

"For many canadians who have stared in horror at events happening to the south of us over the past four weeks or for years. There is a comforting thought that arrives immediately afterwards. Thank god we're in canada or maybe better phrased thank god. That could never happen here but could it. The united states right now is a unique mix of anger guns conspiracy theories white supremacy and abject poverty and all of that has bubbled over the past few months to create scenes. That the whole world will never forget yes. America's recipe might be unique but canada already has most of those ingredients in abundance. And we haven't done much to solve the problems driving any of this kind of anger. Though doesn't explode overnight. It takes individual people time to arrive at the mixture of hatred and hopelessness. That's needed to turn rhetoric into action. So today's question is not really can happen here. It's what can we do to stop it from happening here. And of that applies to governments and politicians and two police forces but it also applies to you and me and to anyone who wants to believe. The canada really is different. Because if it is it's only because we all work to make it that way. I'm jordan keith. Rawlings describes the big story. Shaquille chaudhry is the co founder of animal leadership. He is also the author of deep diversity overcoming us versus them. Hello shaquille jordan. Why don't you just take me back a week ago. And i know There must have been all sorts of things going through your head as you watched the events leading up to and including the storming of the us capital. You know what's going through. Your head is as somebody who spends his career dedicated to racism and social justice issues shocked at the images and then not surprised given the patterns and the trends that have been at play. What do you mean by that. The election of trump has been a time of absolutely unprecedented dislocation and kookiness in the political. Front i mean we had rob ford here in toronto and we thought that was bad. But he was more of a harbinger of the kind of right wing. Populism that has been sweeping across the western world and trump is the has been the most toxic version of that and so we've been seeing escalating violence We've been seeing congress in And and the senate deadlocked being not particularly helpful to anybody and that level of polarization actually didn't start with trump. that's actually been happening for forty years. It's it's been actually building since the reagan era since the eighties when neoliberalism and the economic model that basically has has wages for the average person stagnate over four decades and yet we are making our economies making. You know three four five times. What it was both in canada and the us What it was in the eighties and yet people aren't feeling bad. The rich have become richer. The poor become poorer and that might sound like some kind of leftist cliche but the is is that ten years ago a research team led by peter turkson in the us predicted that by two thousand twenty the us and many parts of the western world. We're going to be at quote unquote peak violence. And so the trends have been at play and the key driver of their research has been income inequality and so the trends have been building and today peter church in his team would say that that the us and the environment in the us over. The last four years is similar to the environment in just before the french revolution in france and just before the civil war the united states so these trends have been have been playing out. And i've been. I've been really researching a lot about authoritarianism. Because i work with issues around polarization and racial polarization and an integral conflict. And so i've been looking at this or the last few years and just watching this build up and build up and knowing that it was something big was going to happen and we knew it enough that we actually scheduled a two day conference which is in fact on the twenty first and twenty second january after inauguration day because we just assumed that something was going to happen.

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Pfizer temporarily reduces European deliveries of vaccine

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Pfizer temporarily reduces European deliveries of vaccine

"U. S. pharmaceutical company Pfizer has confirmed it will temporarily reduced deliveries to Europe of its covert nineteen vaccine wallet upgrades production capacity to two billion doses a year an official with fines of Denmark says the temporary reduction will affect all the European countries to meet a new two billion does target pharmacy is upscaling production dispels you prompt Germany's health ministry says FISA had informed the European commission which is responsible for ordering vaccines from the company but it will not be able to fulfill all of the promised deliveries in the coming three to four weeks officials regret the announcement because the company had made binding commitments for mid February I'm Charles the last month

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Remembering the spectacular career of illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Remembering the spectacular career of illusionist Siegfried Fischbacher

"Illusionists Siegfried fish Barker of the stage and Siegfried and Roy has died in Las Vegas of cancer according to his sister he was eighty one I marches are a letter with a look at his career everyone remembers the white Tigers Siegfried and Roy turned a magic show into a spectacle by using exotic animals Siegfried learn to magic as a kid and met Roy on a cruise ship in nineteen fifty seven they started their show in Germany before taking it to Las Vegas in the late nineteen sixties eventually they would do six shows a week forty four weeks per year at one point grossing one billion dollars in ten years their ten million dollar compound was a sanctuary to save white Tigers and white lions from extinction Roy horn died of complications from covert nineteen last year

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Matt's New Garage Plus GM Logo Change

CarCast

05:20 min | Last week

Matt's New Garage Plus GM Logo Change

"Do you would you. I know you get the short timeframe. And and i know you push yourself hard. Do do you set certain expectations. Like what you need to do in in three weeks or four weeks like just i don't know physically or something except the number one. Don't get hurt between now. And then it right marty hurt you. Can't i had this conversation with somebody yesterday. And you know all joking aside once you look at it. It's like it here throw auto analogy. It's like get the car ready for seema and ten days I it's like getting a car. A bill ready for you. Know the reveal shot on a reality show but in this world. I had the conundrum that i have. Is you have unlimited time right so you what. How much do you portion out for. Strength for stretching for you know. It's it's a conundrum because there's so much to do in such a short period of time and then if you overload in one area you're you're your negatively compensating were in the other areas like if i trained too much then i'm going to hurt myself right but if i don't train enough then i'm not ready so you know i mean this is how is your how is your. Here's things like. Everybody wants to look good when they get into the ring as you get older suitable you know. I can't within four weeks. It's not possible so you just try to figure out how you can say face with either yourself or the i mean it's just it's a weird and we've we've talked about this before when you're doing it's like obviously you're when you're in there you wanna put on the best show possible not. It doesn't always go that way. It's still very taxing physically mentally but you wanna put on the best show for the fans possible that are watching but the training regimen has to be much different. I would imagine. Yeah you gotta look good. You wanna get big. You wanna get you wanna get cut. But i really like. How about flexibility bad. I just feel like just like all. My son is lifting morley team. Yeah so yeah. I spend most of my time in the gym in the gym at d. one fitness with him training everyday. Just stretch it man. He's i mean. I'm just trying to be pliable. Yeah so i miss. Don't want to snap in the ring. I'm not talking about my head. I'm talking about every ended. You know no. Let's move on okay. But that's important. Because is that's how you're gonna that's how you're going to be able to survive to put on a good show is going to be can you. Can you move around and not get injured in the however many minutes you need to be in the ring or you know what i'm saying because it ends very quickly and very quickly if something pulls her tears or injured or whatever in the first thirty seconds it changes the whole match sixteen when i went back and then russell rocket wrestlemainia my growing within the first ten seconds. The bill well. I don't know how you did that. We don't need to get into how so i mean. Yeah hey you know. I'm not gonna sit here. I do this every week. You know it sounds. I'm crying but yeah there's a lot. There's a lot to lot to happen in a very short period of time. And you try to prioritize stuff and you know is more important to be of as a more important to be big. What you realistically do in three weeks. Attaining that goal am i going to hurt myself a day yesterday in squatting i get it but i. I'm their interest driving my trx. We're just interested in it because it's part of the job right and it's just a big part of of your career for so many years and what you're doing what you're doing now and honestly the bill the car for sema or even the reality show. -nology is the biggest difference is is we can fake it at the last minute and you don't you don't really get to do that. I don't have that luxury get to do that. Well all right well at least so far so good. You're getting into it. I i see you got listen. I i know you've also got the big garage going on and the gym's going to be amazing up there as well. I hope. I hope you don't look at a guy. I don't wanna use net. Jim gauge will use it. That's for sure but Just for myself. But now since i can't all your hey listen. There's there's nothing better than to be able to go in to the gym with gaijin kind of act as coach instead of partner and that be perfectly listened to me. Well he's fourteen is listening. Your truck looks great. You know we'll segue to it as i spill my coffee overplays but the truck looks

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Why will most Australians get a less effective vaccine?

Coronacast

06:13 min | Last week

Why will most Australians get a less effective vaccine?

"Australia's on track to get access to or to approve two different coronavirus. Vaccines is one from fayza. Biontech and there's one from oxford strelka but the two vaccines are quite different defies. A shot has like ninety five percent efficacy based on the studies and the oxford. One has a lot less than that. But it looks like we're only gonna get enough of the fiso one to vaccinate maybe five million people it's going to be prioritized for the people who are most vulnerable kind of everyone else is gonna get the oxford one. So we've got simony questions from people and a lot of them. Cluster around the question of why most australians going to get a vaccine that looks a lot less impressive than what we know is possible when it comes to fighting corona virus country. I just wanted to chain. Just want to alter one thing that you say. Is that the head of the therapeutic goods administration before christmas indicated that in fact they were going to get data from johnson and johnson from their vaccine. So this is not one of the vaccines that the government's got an arrangement with but i think they've made a preliminary application and all the last forty eight hours. The ceo of johnson. Johnson has said that they're going to be releasing their phase three trial data in the very near future. Now this is an adenovirus vaccine which is one which called virus. If you'd like carries the corona virus spike into the cell. A bit like the astro vaccine and the chinese vaccines. But it's a one dose vaccine rather than a two doors vaccine so really interesting vaccine. It'll be really interesting to see what they come up with this. This the johnson and johnson one and we'll possibly be another option. The tj seemed to save before christmas that this was on the table for approval which is interesting even though we haven't got a business arrangement with them as far as we are led to believe. Okay so let's just recap on the data the pfizer the moderna and the astro vaccines all do the same thing. They take genetic messages into the cell and tell the cell to produce the spike protein which then goes off into the blood and the immune system responds and create an immune reaction which is then memorized for future infections the pfizer and moderna one dude by mini which package of genetic messaging and the astra. One does it with a chimpanzee virus. Adenoviruses takes into the cell and leaves the genetic message there behind to produce the spike protein. So they do the same thing but in different ways from the trials the phaser moderna vaccines have you around. About ninety five percent efficacy. Let me just explain. The word efficacy for a moment. Efficacy is a word used in trials clinical trials which shows the in the trial context in the circumstances of that trial where the included and excluded certain people and the duration of what they monitored. That's really what efficacy means. Within the context of trial they got ninety. Five percent efficacy at reducing disease. If you were infected there were not enough data from those two trials at least not yet to show whether the affected infection and transmission although with the astra trial they did actually have datta which did suggest that the astra vaccine prevents transmission. Which makes us pretty confident that the pfizer. We'll actually resist transmission tube but we have no data on that yet. So it's efficacy. It's not effectiveness in the real world so when you introduce a vaccine or a drug into the real world. The efficacy may change. It may go down. It may go up and that will be seen as we monitor it going through. Okay so what did the astro vaccine find it. Find that when you gave to standard dozes roundabout four weeks apart thereabouts. You got sixty two percent effectiveness at reducing disease all disease and much harder effectiveness reducing severe disease so all these vaccines seemed really good at preventing severe disease and death but the oxford overall sixty two percent effective. The seventy two percent comes from an average and really shouldn't be used because it's not relevant average because the smaller british trial made an error and gave a smaller dose to some people who raised under fifty five and then give a standard does later and what they got was ninety percent effectiveness in that small. Subgroup wasn't planned but they noticed there and when they put those two together. That's got seventy percents so it's not a fair comparison. Comparing standard does to standards to those standards especially younger people might be less likely to have severe disease anyway. Yes so that makes sense biologically because what's happening. Almost certainly with the astro vaccine is that the body is developing antibodies. Nobody absolutely proven. But it's actually ironically and sort of sadly developing antibodies to the chimpanzee admiral virus so the very virus that's like an uber bringing the genetic basis into the cell. The body's reacting to that so when you get the second does the second dose isn't working as well because the body's working against the actual vaccine vaccinated against the vaccine so that makes sense with the low dose because you haven't generated as many antibodies to the chimpanzee virus there for you get a really good prime with the first low does and then a good hit with a second does now there's indications that came out of the same is true of india and a sense from the ceo of astra that the results are better than you think. And the implication was that if you separate the two standard doses by three months you might get sent effectiveness now. We talked about it a little bit but that on yesterday's corona cast 'cause that's a long time between dozes and as we've seen just talking about the uk variant. We talked about the brazilian various african very very unfair to them by country. But that's the shorthand version of doing it. We're getting a quite quickly of new variants and three months between vaccines might be too long and that the virus changes between dozes and. That's the problem there.

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Democrats take control of US Senate

All In with Chris Hayes

02:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Democrats take control of US Senate

"Forgiven if you don't remember it now. But the week began with the revelation that trump had called georgia's secretary state and pressured him over an hour to just recalculate the presidential vote in his favor to find the votes. Just one more than the margin to flip the state and on tuesday we had the georgia senate runoff which resulted in the improbable. Victories by democrat. Jon ossoff n raphael warnock today. Republican produce actually conceded the closer those two races and congratulated also on his. The two wins in georgia. Mean that senator mitch. Mcconnell will lose his job as majority leader because the senate will be split fifty fifty an incoming president kamala harris will hold the tiebreaker. So that's a bummer. For mitch. now there's a pretty urging question given the possibility of a second impeachment trial and generally about the agenda for the biden administration confirming cabinet members as well of when warnock ossoff. We'll be seated. After all the point of impeaching. The president isn't just impeachment. Second time to get him out of office requires two thirds of the senate to vote to convict which is tall order. Dangle thinks they wouldn't even take it up but two democratic senators were certainly helped the cause georgia counties until january fifteenth. One week from today to certify the election results after that the sector state. Brad robbins burger has another week until the twenty second to certify statewide and then finally the two incoming democratic centers can be sworn it now robbins. Berger says he's aiming to have the certified by joe biden's inauguration on january twentieth. That's no short thing. No matter what happens. Democrats will not have the senate majority in the senate until after the inauguration because again the vice president holds a tiebreaker. For what it's worth. If mike pence somehow becomes president in the next days he gets to choose new. Vp that spot does not automatically go to nancy. Pelosi or anyone else now. House democrats are looking to vote on articles of impeachment next week. If they passed by majority they would then good senate remember. Trump's last senate impeachment. Trial lasted four weeks so it seems unlikely we would see a senate vote anyway before january twentieth. There is a twist here. Which is that trump could potentially still be. Impeached leaves office. There's some legal debate on that question. Impeachment conviction doesn't just remove a president could also bar him from holding office in the future. What duke reports. Democrats believe that possibility could senate republicans some of whom are eyeing a twenty twenty four bid themselves matter what happens. The reality is that as bad as the week has been for the country and it's been one of the worst i've seen. We lost another almost four thousand people to the coronavirus. Today it's also been a disastrous week for the republican party. The dust clears democrats are about to take full control. The government house senate presidency and they have their work cut out for them

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Biden preparing to accelerate distribution of COVID-19 vaccine

KYW 24 Hour News

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Biden preparing to accelerate distribution of COVID-19 vaccine

"The Moderna and Fizer vaccines require a second shot three or four weeks after the first operation Warp speed. The federal program handling the vaccine holds that second dose. For each initial dose it sends Governor Wolf says the Biden administration is indicating it may shift descending out all vaccine whenever it's available, rather than sitting on half of it on the same page wanted to get these vaccines out as quickly as possible. Health Secretary Dr Rachel Levine says Pennsylvania still following CDC end FDA guidance to administer both shots do not agree with what's being done Kingdom where they're going with the one dose regimen and then we'll catch up on the second dose when it's possible so we really need to follow. The science in terms of how the vaccines were studied and how they were designed. Libyan says hospitals, health systems or whoever else is tasked with administering the vaccine should not be holding back half their supply on their own. But to her knowledge No one in Pennsylvania's doing that at the suburban Joe Jim Millward KOW NEWS radio.

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Greater Sacramento Region stay-at-home order likely extended

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 3 weeks ago

Greater Sacramento Region stay-at-home order likely extended

"Home order for the Greater Sacramento region. County public health officer, Dr Olivia Cause serious, says she's concerned there will be a surge of post Christmas and New Year's Eve coronavirus case is dependent on the state projection for the next four weeks and from what they have told us. Their expectation is that there is going to be a different the ICU capacities. The Greater Sacramento region is currently at 14.4% capacity, just below the 15% threshold for triggering the order. And a driver accused of leading police

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What is Hope

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

04:54 min | 3 weeks ago

What is Hope

"In zone but how many of you admit that it wouldn't hurt you to have an attitude. Adjustment either a man now. I've come a long way. And i don't have a bad attitude very often anymore but every once in a while i'll get one and when i do. I have to do the same things that i'm telling you to do. What is hope. Hope for this hope for that. I hope it don't rain. I hope. I hope i hope hope is not just kind of this. Wishy washy vague. Well wonder if it'll happen. But i don't know if it will. I guess we'll just kind of case roster raw wait and see that may be a worldly kind of hope but does not bible hope bible. Hope is extremely powerful. It's a favorable and a confident expectation. I want to say to you. What are you expecting god to do in your life is kind of waiting to see hope better than what i have been getting now. What are you expecting. what are you expecting. What are you seeing in your mind in your imagination. How do you talk about your future. What are you looking for when you get up every day. Are you just kind of like the other day. Try to make it through the day. Are you like man. There's no telling what god might do. Today today. could be the day of my breakthrough. you don't wanna pregnant woman is expecting the longer you're pregnant. The more expectant you become and so some of you may be live and believe in god for the same thing for twenty years. Well then i'll tell you what you ought to be. Just about ready to pop with expectation. I carried my children over there. Do date the doctor said that i was the only woman he knew that stayed pregnant. As long as an elephant. My first child was four weeks late. Yeah the second one was five and a half weeks late. The third one was three and a half weeks late and the last one was almost five weeks late and he lacked one way and ten pounds. I was really ready to get him. And i'm telling you what. Every day i woke up this has got to be the day today is going to be the day. Check everything in this case and dust everything off. Make sure. I had everything just right and you know every time i would just feel anything there is there it is there it is. I was expected. I'm going to ask you again. What are you expecting god to do in your life. God wants us to be expected on purpose. It has to do with the unseen in the future. You don't hope for what you can see. You don't hope for what you already have. You hope for what you can't see and what you have. Hope is the happy anticipation of good. I love that the happy anticipation. Something good is going to happen to make something good is going to happen in my family. Something good is going to happen. In our nation. God is good and he is doing good things and hope releases. Joy hope is very simply a positive attitude. A positive mindset. Now if i can stand here in say to you have a positive attitude coming from where i came from and saying what god has done in my attitude. I'm here to tell you that no matter how many negative things you happen in your life no matter how negative your mind might be right now you can have a change of mind and a change of attitude and you can become so positive that you won't even hardly recognize yourself. The hopeful person absolutely refuses to be negative in any way although they recognize and deal with the storms of live they remain hopeful in thought attitude and conversation and conversation so often we say we're praying for this or we're hoping for that and if you listen to the way we talk we shared on sound like we're hoping for any change. We can't be saying that. We're in faith for god to do this. And then talk about it like it's never going to change now. Here comes something for you to do. We always liked to have something to do. Anybody can decide today to be hopeful.

Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

Pacifica Evening News

03:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Central and Southern California Have 0 Percent I.C.U. Capacity

"The strictest stayed home orders in Central and Southern California as hospitals there are diverting care and have run out of intensive care unit beds for covert patients ahead of the presumed post holiday surge. Kristina Honest, Ed filed this report. Pandemic in California is already dire at hospitals in the central and southern part of the state, or L. A county has more than half a million Corona virus infections. That's 25% of the state's 2.1 million cases. More than 33,000 of those were recorded in just the last 24 hour period, and nearly half are from L. A county. This Governor Gavin Newsom. Look at l. A county alone 12 to 15,000 cases a day just in the last few weeks, so obviously having a big impact, taking a big toll on our hospitals, you know, more than 24,200 people have died in California from the coronavirus, According to state data. L. A county's Department of Public Health is reporting 73 deaths In the last 24 hours. The continued high numbers are straining evermore stretch. Hospital resource is, Newsome says, as ICU intensive care unit beds, hit capacity and emergency departments are getting full. Hospitals are now having to divert care. That means they have to send some patients to other hospitals or facilities. Routine. Emergency road care is being slowed down. So do you think this doesn't impact you? If you think somehow you're immune from impact of coded, There's the direct impact. That is the transmission of This virus. There's the indirect impact. God forbid you have a stroke or heart attack in a car accident or you have other acute care needs the impact of these this virus. This pandemic is being felt on the entire hospital system. And that impact obviously could impact each and every one of us. God forbid that were in need of emergency care. Particularly now in L. A county. I see you. Beds are also dwindling and other regions of the state. Like the San Francisco Bay area last week. I see you. Capacity was 15% this week. It's nine somebody area hospitals were canceling elective surgeries, and experts say the worst is yet to come. To do in the weeks following Christmas and New Year celebrations. In an effort to get ahead of that surge to get ahead of that surge, L. A County is imposing a 10 Day quarantine for anyone returning home from out of town travel Governor Newsome says it's likely the state will also follow suit and extend stay at home orders for the San Joaquin Valley and Southern California Doctor Galley in his team likely tomorrow will announce and that's why you see on the slide that 12 29 Announcement they will announce once today's data is collected their projections over the next four week period. It is clear on understandable that it's likely those stayed home orders will be extended. Meanwhile, the state continues to

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Florida Nursing Home Deaths Double Over Thanksgiving Holiday

Todd Schnitt

01:04 min | Last month

Florida Nursing Home Deaths Double Over Thanksgiving Holiday

"AARP shows nursing home deaths in Florida doubled over the Thanksgiving holiday. In the three weeks surrounding the holiday. holiday. There There were were 4.7 4.7 deaths deaths for for every every 1000 1000 residents. residents. That's That's more more than than the the 2.3 2.3 death death average average reported reported in in the the previous previous four four weeks weeks dating dating back back to to October. October. Governor Governor Rhonda Rhonda Santa Santa says says he he remains remains committed committed to to getting getting Florida's Florida's older older population population that that Corona Corona virus virus vaccine vaccine but but is is asking asking for for patients patients as as doctors, doctors, nurses nurses and and others others on on the the front front lines lines of of the the fight fight continued continued to to be be vaccinated across the state to Santa says so. Years could be rolling up their sleeves as soon as Monday. We don't have enough vaccine to do everyone 65 older in Florida. At this moment, we have over four million people in that age group. We have vaccine doses that are in the hundreds of thousands over and above. Eventually, once we get through the long term care and the nurses Florida Senator Rick Scott says distribution of the Corona virus vaccine is great news, but more needs to be done to beat the virus. Wednesday's got introduced the Stop Covert 19 Act legislation aimed at creating programs for cities and counties to increase testing, contact, tracing and transparency. Efforts to reduce the spread of covert 19. A cold front will

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Four leaks in three weeks - what's going wrong?

Coronacast

02:40 min | Last month

Four leaks in three weeks - what's going wrong?

"I'm health reported teigen thailand physician and journalists dr norman swan. It is wednesday the twenty third of december a couple of days from christmas and at least in the greatest sydney area. A lot of people are looking at the christmas that they were planning. Obviously we're watching the case numbers in the northern beaches of sydney really closely. But let's just zoom that for a second and look at what's been happening in the last three or four weeks in that area because it's been more than one leak out of quarantaine. There's been four leaks in three weeks as far as we can see but before we get onto that what we want to say. Corrina cast is. Take our hats off to another wearing hats right at this moment but really dolph our caps to the contact tracers in new south wales. I mean they're just unbelievable. They've got this dying to eight cases yes there are still fairly significant issues. Were pressed upon. Because it's christmas coming up but it's it's an astounding. Effort really is incredibly impressive. As we come with christmas we should just anybody who lives in new south. Wales should really just be thanking the contact tracers for such a fabulous job. They're doing and they're really onto this and the miracles that diamond diamond class contact tracing. I'm sure that that's right. It is really really impressive. Diet hug contact tracers but definitely give them the covid safety stints round of applause if he can absolutely so. Yeah something is going wrong. There's no question about that. There are no as you say four cases so what are. There's the man who drove the bus at the airport with an overseas aircrew from the airport. There's now a nurse who caught it again zoll all going on report a transporting people who were on well third case. This is not necessarily chronological order. Who was not law. Who was right about the time of the van driver to cleaner hotel again. With aircrew in the hotel she was the first and then there was the. There's the the northern beaches outbreak which almost certainly is from somebody who came in from overseas yet to be determined aircrew. Somebody who left hotel. Quarantine booster positive. Who knows what that was. But we don't know that yet so four things going wrong and the genomics. There is showing that they are different points of entry. Yes except as we record current cast. We don't know what the genomics were or was sure with a singular plural on the on the nurse so we don't know what the source of battle laws be presumed that it was different from the others so yes there are different viruses causing this probably from different places from the bus driver and the nurse looks as though the The transportation is high

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Pfizer, Moderna testing vaccine against COVID variant

America's First News

01:26 min | Last month

Pfizer, Moderna testing vaccine against COVID variant

"Mutated version of the virus that's recently been found in the UK and other countries. The current virus. Of course, it's mutated before both companies say they found that their vaccines worked against other variants of the virus. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, is calling for a travel ban similar to other European countries. For travelers from the UK. However, former FDA commissioner and current Fizer board member Dr Scott Gottlieb says it's likely the strain is already in the U. S. I think this is already in the U. S. I don't think the travel ban at this point is going to prevent this mutated strain from coming into the United States. I mean, we're gonna have epidemic that continues to build over the course of the next three or four weeks will reach a peak on then we'll start to see infection rates decline as we see vaccinations get rolled out, as you have fully 30% of the population probably infected at some point by the end of January. And as we get into the spring as we start to get into February march, and you get a seasonal backstop, so I don't think this mutated strain. Strain right now is going to create a second wave of you. Well, the question is, is this virus gonna changes surface proteins in a way that it can obviate either are vaccines or prior immunity, And there's no indication is doing that right now. But over time, it will evolve in ways that it could probably obviate prior infection or are vaccines to some degree, so we'll probably need to adapt our vaccines over time. Radio. And that's why we're seeing this mutation. Right now. This is probably result of

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"four week" Discussed on Upgrade

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"Is Seinfeld some Hashtag, ask upgrade questions We'll start off with Molly's question says, what is your favorite widget right now on your Iras Devices Oh Oh that's so hard tricky, right? I. Have Loved Stove. So I mean a lot of them are pretty similar to what I was talking about loss time so. I think I'M GONNA have to go with three. No four Jason I'm GONNA do forums. Help, the the the carrot weather wedged I mentioned earlier. The forecast one I think is fantastic. I really love the fantastic how widget which is called event list and calendar. And I they have a feature that I wasn't sure about. I've tried out and it's called to show heat map. which basically highlights in Kala, how busy your day is on the couch And I wasn't sure about it I, but I've actually come to really enjoy getting that like buds I view of what my week looks like. So I like that in a stuck around the time zone widget in widget Smith I really loved that especially because I've been able to make it look really nice an aesthetic as as the kids say. And also as an upcoming widget that photography, which is more time tracker and. I think it's coming pretty soon. is time tract, which is basically a widget that shows me my total time track throughout the day and a little graph that shows me I've spent my most time on and it also when I'm tracking something wish I am right now the time is ticking up on the widget in real time, which I think is fantastic is really really great. So. Then my favorites. I do like the the fantastic couch it a lot. I don't have it with the calendar. I don't like the calendar I like the straight up event listen. because the calendars tiny. And I I don't need to know all the things that are in there. So I also one of the things that's nice as you can set those widgets to have different calendars sets. One of the things that I'm impressed by you can have like I have my family calendar in a widget that is not my normal calendar said. In a widget I can see what the family calendar is telling me. which is pretty cool My favorite widget honestly is scriptural because my two favorite widgets are these witches that I built four myself that US, you know my local data to tell me the weather or the current temperature in the high and the the air quality and stuff like that, and I used to hit my my little weather server webpage all the time and I don't because I have it in which it for him, which is better. So scripted it's great. It's awesome. I saw somebody posting an believed the Simon oblivious is name. he put his script somebody. Somebody posted. A A script -able script for a widget that ended up creating a transparent background because use a screen shot of your home screen. It's wild. Yeah. So screen shot. Figures out what you're wallpaper is and then it uses that. And your location of your widget, and it basically runs out in the background. It looks like it's transparent even though which don't apparently. so like an Alpha channel, so it fakes it it's very clever and there's there's going to be more stuff like that. Also I could say, Hey, we just supporting Alpha channels is a good idea. Also, it's fascinating to be on the test flight prescriptible because he's he keeps thinking of things that he could add to it as he goes. So like now you can do a grid. So you can do stuff that's placed horizontally within a widget whereas previously was just sort of a stack vertically. So, there's always new stuff and he did an auto resized thing which actually added to my widget so that you can set a. If text the changes like the air quality, you can set font size for it, but now you can set a minimum scale and it basically makes it smaller until it fits, which is really great because some of the descriptions are long and some of them are short and I wanted to be big and I was previously doing that manually I, always like if it's this word, make it the size of its this word, make it the size, and now that's all back out because he added this thing that let's just automatically scale. Yeah he's I. It's fun to see developers like widgets. It's not just users who were figuring out which are for the developers, people like signing people like David Smith are figuring out what which it's four to as they go, which is fascinating. Alex asks would renaming the low cost three, hundred and twenty nine dollars entry level ipad to be called the Pied Se helped define the line of ipads in your opinion. I liked the suggestion I think it would help. I. Would help how we refer to it. Right 'cause there'd be ipad, se, the IPAD air and the IPAD pro rather than the IPAD that's just the ipad we have to explain the IPAD is also a product product line and a product is doing so I would say in that in that sense. Yes. In another sense I don't know it's an it's an IPAD. It's the classic Ipad I kinda like that. It's still. Just, the IPAD, but it would be much less confusing if it was the IPAD. ESI At point I, think it's the only product that still maintains the name of the line. There is an iphone code iphone. There isn't. Much. There's no matter even then I'm like not Mac right like this. No problem back. That's true. So I think I name for that ipad would be good an IPAD s e. Totally works because that still looks like the really bad. which is like the iphone se so. I think that's a smart idea. But as we know, you cannot rely on apple's naming. You can't even events seems like the logical thing it doesn't mean they'll do. Lucas Jason. We're going to go back to saint goals again you mentioned that you lowered you'll stand gull from twelve hours to eight. How'd you do that? You're the activity APP, on the watch this. Feature Right. This is a new watch os seven feature. So on the watch, you go to the activity APP and scroll down to the bottom and there's a button cult change goals. Tonight just blow your mind and you change your goals and you say, you know what? I don't WanNA stand for twelve hours a day with your stupid thing that can't detect what I'm standing. Let's shoot for eight. And it'll say okay. So that's what I did. I would like to era frustration why? Like there are some things that you can do on the watch and some things you can do in the watch APP and some things can only on the watch and some things can only be done in the watch APP unaided impossible, detriot understand. There's no logic to which can be done where. Some I find that very frustrating I. Know that's that's a constant frustration for me the idea that you have these two devices I I ran it about this a few years ago about my My Amazon Echo show which has a touch screen and it has a settings menu the and there are certain things that you can control from the settings menu and there are certain things that you can control from the Alexa, APP. And they're totally separate..

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"four week" Discussed on Upgrade

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"All same time any buffering when you have eero is super fast and easy to set up, you just plug it into your modem and you're good to go you commanche Arrow from super simple APP. You can even pause your Wifi dinner. Get alerts. If anyone tries to join, you'll network I'm going to two things that I, love my Eros one is you have the ability to get notifications for when devices join your network for the first time I just like this feature, it can be useful. Sometimes I have things join working on like wait what was that? It's Oh. That machines talented cell phone so that can be useful to have you want it and never is what I really love. I have the euro. Pro System. And the euro pros, the have two of the two of them and they have Ethan at the back to what I was able to do is I was getting good speeds or my connection but I have a gigabit connection and I wanted to be able to plug my Mac mini into Ethan it directly. But where the MAC mini is I couldn't plug it in it's not worth it wasn't the router was near anything. So got my hero I plugged into my era triple my speeds. So you know fantastic very, very happy with that so it works absolutely fantastically for Wi fi an e even. Allow me to extend that throughout my home as well. So super super great where asking alot of our Wifi these days in Ero can help you do more go to Arrow, dot com slash hallway as E. E. R. O., DOT COM Slash Roy and enter the code Ahoy checkout to get free next day shipping of your order as e. r dot com slash a a y and the Code Ahoy at checkout to get your ear of delivered free with free next day shipping one more time as eero dot com slash holy and Code Ohio..

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"It was like this is so ingrained in Apple's culture. I think because of not just steve jobs putting it there. But also this feeling of control that a Lotta people want over their employees where I wanna see them I don't believe that they're working and maybe some of that has been removed now that you can't see them and yet they do their jobs. How about that? Isn't that amazing? So I hope this continues and I hope Tim Cook Series about this I'm skeptical corporate culture is really really powerful at resisting change. Even if everybody agrees that it should change a lot of times change just doesn't happen. It's amazing how corporate cultures are designed to resist change. Because it's In many cases that's helpful. But in other cases, it's really bad. So I hope this is true because there are so many stories of people imagine the people who would be a great contributors apple, but they're not going to move to a big city and they're certainly not going to move to the bay area with the cost of living here and you know. Oh Footnote James Thomson's famous where you know apple was told move in the earliest jobs return. If you WANNA work on. Mac. Os Ten in the finder you have to, you have to come to Cupertino and he was in Ireland and you know he left Apple. because. He wasn't going to move to California it was that simple and apple still has that attitude not everywhere and not for everything but I think companies. I'm not saying that having offices isn't good and that can't be good and that there aren't some jobs where it's necessary but it's very frustrating when their jobs I know for a fact, aren't necessary to be in person. And the the company line is no you have to. You have to be person that's it. That's we we all have to be here It's dumb. So I hope that changes it apple because it's wasteful and they're they're not hiring good people. because those people don't want to either move to commute to Cupertino. Yeah I think this point. DOWSE will be very few companies that can truly believed that the adaptations that they had to make during the pandemic remain in some form. Because for many, it's going to be longtime change by the time. There is any point that we can go back and that's how you make cultural change is that. If you do anything long enough. It becomes the culture As the way we do things right? We were So my wife went back to they have a new schedule at the library. She's a librarian and they're still just doing the people earned in the library just doing curbside service, but they're on a new schedule where she's in every other Friday and then and then two other days in the week, and so she worked her first three consecutive days in the office last week. and. It was one of those things where she used to work. Five days a week right but after a few months wow, three days in a row and like that's that's the thing is that you get used to the new thing after a while and then going back to the old thing is no longer back to normal. Now it's back to a weird thing that I don't do right now and that's that moment of opportunity. So I hope Tim, Cook sees it because. It definitely has been going on long enough now that they should see one that is just a lie that these jobs can't be done remotely. And and to it's already changed the culture even if they didn't plant it just because of circumstance. Currently ten to fifteen percent of Apple's employees aback, Apapa with the expectation that more will be able to return next year at some point because look this is the thing. For some people is better to be in the office I do whilst I am obviously a large proponent of remote work. I do understand the benefits of being able to be in the same place as as people like sure. Sometimes I would try and do every once in a while and I go to a different place be friends that kind of stuff and you could have a more collaborative working environment. There's no one-size-fits-all to knows that thing every job is different every person's different and we should mention I mentioned this before when we've talked about this also. It's not we've all hit this with covid nineteen It's not fair. To expect every employee to have their own. WORKSPACE available to them. Right. Some people don't have a place to work at home and you, and now you can't go to a co working facility, right? Those are are not inbounds for the same reason. So there's lots of issues here or even just coffee shop you can't work in books anymore like you can't do and there's a gray area here too which is like, Apple. Park is a good example like. Do they when they come back, do they all come back full-time or do they come back with a mix where they everybody gets a little more space and people are there. Some days but not all this and their home some and together some it'll be interesting to see how that all pans out my but never bet against corporate culture reasserting itself though I. So I'm glad Tim Cook is talking about this because maybe that means that they've really had some. Moments of realization that they. Don't need to be quite as hard core with this where like Oh this person is brilliant but we're GonNa make the move to California and they won't move to California. So we're going to hire this person. We don't like as much like that's a net loss for apple? Hiring a person you don't want to hire instead of person you do because of your demand that they be in California for if it's for job that they don't actually need to be in California, that's the kind of stuff that I hope they're thinking. And as a company that his openly trying to improve diversity of ideas having a reason to exclude people. It's pretty you know it doesn't help with that. Right? Like he said like you you might not find the right person for the job, but they don't want to move to where you're telling them to move was the name them. Right because eventually being in Silicon Valley because a huge liability because the requirements. If. You're not. In your twenties and willing to share an apartment with eight random people. Like if you're somebody with a family like and you're not in Silicon Valley and you look at it, you think my God, like, where are we gonna live and how much is that going to cost and how long commute going to be, and and that becomes a US a major source of a brain drain within all of the companies in Silicon Valley. So this, this is an opportunity if they sees it the got to go against some of their existing corporate culture in order to do it. Unless you get a really good job, you can't afford to live. Anywhere Right I mean those editorial jobs I mean we're talking jobs that that I will grant you pay better than working at a independent publishing editorial organization because of course, they do it's apple versus ideology right Apple's going to pay more I would hope but still it's not. Like that much more than that. You know apple doesn't pay every employee even though are the richest company in the world in some ways apple believe it or not apple does not pay its employees a million bucks to start like that doesn't happen, and that becomes a serious issue if you're. Not An executive and you're trying to find a way to live with a family in the south back and not have a hour-long commute. This is going to be a big change, the working environment stuff to continue to be a really big change, and if you're apple and you invest in.

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"The APP wants is the first four characters. So basically, what town do you live in I? And then from there, it gives you based on the town. The you're in what you're kind of threat level is basically right like what is the how bad is the virus where you are and this is the Wales App Scotland has its own APP. and. The one of the other things the application does is has a Qr code scanner in it. So if you go to public places like restaurants, cafes, that kind of stuff, any retail business now has to display a qr code on the door that you supposed to scam before you go in. So it's effectively. Helping with detest and trace type stuff like that starts to think into it So I used the application I've been. It on for a few days, I haven't had any kinds of notifications. Yeah. I know that there's like system based notification that tells you hey, you're fine I haven't had one of those yet either I think it's after a week or something alert alert alert nothing to report simple with thing but I am. This is a long term. Follow up just took longer than it should have because the government made a stupid decision and trying to make its own application I. But frankly, I'm just pleased that it does exist. So, yeah, there we go. I wanted to follow up on that right. That's that's good now and report back that I mean I know you're you're staying safe I would imagine that if there's like somebody who's got it, who is riding the same train as you or something like that that that would be where you might get a notification saying Oh that guy across the the train from you had it and yeah on the train for fifteen minutes or something like that I think that that's possible like that would be the most possible for me. because. That's the only time that I would be in contact with for that time or like a lift driver or something. Yeah that could drive A. or in public basically, transport transport is my main risk factor. Personally, right. You're just going from where you live to where you work and back. But the good things that we have is one if we do take taxis like seen some science and this added no but I've seen before you open the windows which they recommend that you do like that f. lows really good. Yeah. My understanding is that the ride sharing. Companies in the US have basically mandated that the windows bureau down it's the same. Yeah, before you take an uber here, you have to like as extra screen now, which is like you need to agree to doing all these things right and it's like wherever musk. Wash your hands, open the windows that kind of stuff and with the trains for me I can stay pretty far away from people like I haven't had too many instances but has been around too many people so. It's going fine for me so far. I I. Wore revolt back if I'm self isolating at any point because the APP told me to. If a podcasters selfies lates does anyone notice? Oh Nice Nice probably not probably not actually. Unless. They tell you. During an interview at the Atlantic Festival, a Tim Cook says, he has been quote impressed by employees ability to operate remotely and predicts some New Work Habits will remain off the pandemic This is remote from Bloomberg. Cooked said, he doesn't believe apple will return to the way we were because we found that there are some things that actually work really well, virtually this is a very surprising thing. If, you've paid attention to apple for long enough. You will be aware of the fact that they are very hesitant almost allergic to homeworking or kind of like telly commuting right that. If you want to work for apple, you have to move to be near. Ever place is closest to you. So wherever it's Cupertino or wherever it's like a place in London or whatever like you have to be able to go to that office because that's you work from. And this isn't just because of the secrecy thing is basically every part of the company if you are in if you will in head office function, you have to be in the head office. So I think is a refreshing. You know Steve Jobs didn't like telecommuting and really bought into the the concept that you have to have people in person in order to have magical collaboration and all that which. I don't want be too cynical here it does happen. It doesn't it is not The only way that those things happen it's like I'm a big supporter of remote work. And I hired a lot of remote work people when I was a manager of a an editorial organization and macworld, we hire lots of people because they were the best people. And they were great. And the issue I have is this kind of myth that the only time you get collaboration and magic serendipity happens is when people are like waiting for the toaster to toast a Bagel in the lunchroom or whatever like it's not be bump into somebody and there's that magical moment I'm sure that happens but I think that there are lots of other ways to facilitate stuff like that. That don't require your. Every single person that you have to be in an office together and you know my my experience is when they were staffing up APP store aditorial. A bunch of people I know were contacted by apple about that those jobs and. What I found fascinating was that it was in Cupertino job like literally you had to be in Cupertino, every day for that job and it was no different from the mackerel jobs that we all had where you can have somebody at their house because literally it's like writing words. And you're not dealing with developers, the developers are all remote. So it's really just you and your fellow people who are doing APPs Charito Oriel and I had this moment where I just I couldn't.

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"I liked that kind of stuff especially in comedy shows like all I can see where this is going and then it doesn't go to that place to allow that kind of stuff. Yes. Apple has also quiet Scout FM, which was a startup that creates radio stations for podcasts. This was a cross platform application Basically, you pick a topic and scout put together a playlist podcast for you This isn't something that you can currently get anymore the APP is disappeared. I don't know really who was using this I. I. I've read the use case I. Can understand what they are saying I don't know who wants this. I. Yeah I mean, my initial thought was Oh, boy podcast needs something that makes it more like radio, which is why people listen to podcasts as they don't want radio. Here's my. Theory my theory is they like this technology and they want to do a better job of building a podcast recommendation engine based on listening history. Yes. That makes more sense because that's one of the ways they were doing it like basically the stuff that you seem to engage with and like they would use that to feed system to recommend what to put more star into your feed. So this is this is the thing is my guess is apple's not going to do a genius playlists for podcasts, but they are going to look at user behavior in the podcast APP using the technology from Scout FM and say, you know people who like this podcast like this other podcast or people who liked. You know what you like also like these other things and and try to say like rather than being like here's an endless podcast playlist you just press play and we pick whatever maybe they tweak it. So it's more like are you looking for more podcasts? Here are some that we think you'll like but who knows who knows what their philosophy is? I'm not a believer in. In trying to genius playlist trying to to you know radio is. PODCASTS because podcasts are. Like they're longer than songs for one right. So like you listen to something for an hour and then there's sort of like here's a random podcast for another half hour or whatever. They're not easily split up in that way and I think people you know I think the challenge is more about discovery and finding things that you might like and that that makes sense for this technology and if apple can go in that direction, that's great. Yeah. Yeah I don't know. It seems to me like. People in the disco saying like maybe this is the type of thing for new uses but that doesn't make sense to me either because like if you're a new user, it doesn't have any information on you. So it's basically just the same as doing a search by topic and just yeah playing whatever's popular This really feels like I can see how somebody came to the idea. I can see how somebody get investment for a project like that because if you invest people to understand what radio is delic- Yes podcasting needs to become more like radio. So it gets more listeners for some reason that people think that it needs and then you get investment and then it becomes no object I. Think the goal is somebody sends you. A link to you know hello from the magic tavern and you're like, okay I'll listen to that and you're listen you're like Oh this is great and then if and this is why you Scout FM isn't the right answer it's it's a vehicle to be acquired by somebody who has a lot of podcast listeners like apple perfect match whoever made that company I? Think this is probably what their ultimate goal might have been. Apple Oh a company right lane company but it allows apple to say, Hey, new podcast person who's never listen to a podcast before and listen to hello from the magic tavern. If you like that here are like five podcast that are just like that and maybe even five podcast episodes you could listen to to try to find something else because the goal is to increase engagement I would. Assume and like not lose that person where they listen to ones that it was funny I guess but I don't know where I go from there and say, Oh, I can tell you exactly based on their algorithm where to go from there for whatever it is that you happen to to like, and then if you're a again, we're all kind of intense podcast listeners I think here but. There are also people who they like podcasts, but they only have a handful and they don't know where they go from there, and maybe it's a big mainstream podcast like you know it's a sports podcast and it's able to throw them to a bunch of different kinds of sports podcasts from which they find something a little more obscure but that's a good fit for them like there are you know I like it as I think better discovery in podcasting is a good thing and I hope that that's what it is. Because the you know just press play on sports and give me a a a lot of sports podcast back to back that nobody wants that. Like you just going to press play and then you give something that's ten minutes and then something that's two and a half hours each just. I just don't think it's the medium. I just don't think the medium has created for that. You know it's like. I don't know. Anyway. Moving on expulsion notifications now support throughout the United Kingdom Jason. So Scotland was turned on a couple of weeks ago now England and Wales, or to they nhs of the government and the released their application I had previously said the I would not use the APP but I am using the APP. Oh, because I went and took a look at, and also some of the features that the application has in it, which is kind of useful for stuff going on right now. So all the APP does asks feel postcode. But only. So up house codes alike four characters and three characters and the four character thing is too general area, and then the three characters narrows it down to where you are more exactly, and all the APP wants is the first four characters. So basically, what town do you live in I? And then from there, it gives you based on.

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"A, not so bad I guess yeah it's an interesting I mean, this is an extension of the thing that they always do, which is like look at how much money we bring into the economy and look all of these businesses that we help enable and all of those all of the stories that they tell. So there's a they're fighting. APR This is the Battle Right? There's the epic creating an organization full of the usual suspects of companies that have had run INS with apple and apple posting a bunch of stuff on their website about how great they are and how good they are to developers. It's you know the the story will continue. Most definitely, well I think we said this a while ago, but like this will continue to be probably the story of the year like it would just keep rolling especially now is a lot of these companies assigned to band together. This was when when the epic thing star, this was the big question like will other companies start to get together on this and if they do what? What happens now, the moment just creating a coalition where they just make some noise is not really that effective. The effective part is if any companies follow. In more epic tried to do and really kick up a storm, but we'll see. So I have some upstream news for you Jason Sexually. All focused on apple today said has been some new content signings, apples pont ship with the development, the company, a twenty four, the film and company will be bringing a new original movie to Apple TV plus it's called the sky is everywhere and Stars Cherry Jones, Jason Segel, and Grace Kaufman. So a twenty four this is a deal that done a long longtime ago them and it's basically to help them do this right develop movies. and. TV shows and stuff like that. Apple's also announced a deal with Patricia Arquette and Ben Stiller. To create a new comedy show high desert cat will start and produce and still will be producing and directing some episodes. This is being produced by Apple Studios, which is why this is a rare press releases that was on apple's website as opposed to deadline overwriting. Apples. Weird. Totally. Separate TV PR website, right? Yeah. At least states now apple dot com slash a TV dash. Because for a while, it was like Apple TV dot it looks like a fake website. It was very weird. Lisa, they've they've tightened that will not. Now this is the second project with our Canton Stiller to it. They're also working on a show called severance, which is a thriller series apple and it's kind of interesting because. They don't own a production company together still does and it's his production company and purchaser. Our cat seems to have a working relationship with Ben. Stiller, because they seem to keep executive producing shows together but this is notable because this is one of the few so far projects that up being produced by Apple Studios directly, and that's obviously going to continue as time goes on. Apple. So required the rights to a movie called Cherry, which is a Russo barbas movie directed the avengers movies to las to avenge movies It Will Start Tom Holland, Clara Bravo Akara Bravo apple. Paid over forty million dollars for this drama movie focuses around heartbreak drug addiction crime that kind of the major themes So you know it's a gritty movie for sure and it wanted it made me think again about the expensive NBC comment. Because I saw which head Lasso if you're sick everybody telling you how Ted, Lasso how good Ted Lonzo is I'm sorry I'm GonNa tell you now it is absolutely fantastic. I think before episodes in but even with that show so much cussing which really sucks for the show. Is Way more than you would find on an tell it's more. HBO. Really it reminds me of veep. The veep has a ton of customer. That's why it's not expensive NBC but there was there was an angry for those that don't remember there was some report that they were basically the apple TV plus shows we're all going to be expensive NBC that a lot of money but they WANNA have control over the content. And that was clearly producer who basically got fired off a show or their show got killed or something like that, and they had an ax to grind had had a bad experience because of what was being asked of them. They assumed that was being asked if everyone it wasn't it was just them but they ran to the press about it and and yeah Ted Lasso is It's great. You know you know. Where because his team is is what AFC Richmond? Right. There in the? League premier. In the show yes. In the show because they're not in real life, they're made up they're sort of. Chris. Palace but. Crystal Palace also exists in the show so it's very confusing. I talked. To. Oscar soccer soccer soccer soccer soccer. Okay. It was a very good move I think to Create a fake team I will say as a British person, they do a very clearly British writing in like the clearly has been written by people that are very familiar if not operata survey from it because it fits everything fits really well, none of it seems out of place like what people say the was they use that kind of stuff like if it feels like a British comedy show to me, it's Not, it's got Americans running it, but it's shot in England and an American starring but shot in England and I'm unclear whether they had English writers or whether they had the English some English. People do a pass on it to make sure that but you know I'm glad to hear that you. It felt authentic to me I'm glad you feel it seems authentic to you finding incentive Britishisms I mean it is. The show itself the premises kind of ludicrous, but it doesn't matter. It's great. Yeah, and we'll. We'll see so far as well as. I like shows that the same to be. 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"Is one of I've seen a few things that is but this this widget for sure feels like it's doing more than I thought could be done and this is one of those things where the carrot where the widget is updating information throughout the day based upon what it seems to be logical for the time that I need which I mean I know the. From an online perspective as the witches is supposed to do right but I haven't I don't think I've seen an implementation of this kind of logic as good as Cara wicket, which frankly I'm not surprised about because carrot weather is a truly fantastic application We said many times on this show. It is one of my very, very favorite APPs on IOS and the widget is just made it even better. I will also throw in another APP that I was trying, which is weather line which I know a lot of people like, and they don't even have an IPAD APP it's just an iphone APP. But. It's widget is really nice because the way it presents the weekly forecast with the little line goes up and down. so I've been trying that out I never really used it before but I like it's widget. So I added the APP to my Ipad and then I added the widget and the you know again it's looks iphone APP. So the the APP is terrible on the IPAD but I don't use the APP. All I'm using is the widget and it's a beautiful widget. So I'm using the weather line widget now on my IPAD. So that's a pretty cool thing where the you know you can have an APP that is bad on the IPAD. But there widget is still great because widgets are widgets wherever they live I think. Which is Where wherever they live there's a there's a children's book coming. It's Jason Smells which are widgets an fourteen story for children. This episode is brought to you by paying them. 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Knows I then they tell you but you're the first to know outside of paint them, which is really useful if it super easy to get started, go to Pinton. Dot Com slash relay FM right now and you can get a fourteen day free trial. We've no credit card required than when you sign up use the code upgrade at checkout and you'll get a huge thirty percent of your first invoice a thanks to paint from Sola wins for the support of this show and rely fan. Jason Today as we are recording this apple, an epic, a backing. Cool to argue the weather apple can legally keep epic out of the APP store. So if you remember, there was some temporary injunctions in place about. Not About not getting rid of the developer account that was to do with the unreal engine to remember just a few weeks ago while back in court today to make this permanent. So there will be a final ruling from Judge Rojas whether apple will be able to revoke this developer account Also, they will be talking about a fortnight can come back to the APP store or not. Of course, the judge is already I. Think made it pretty clear that she's not going to allow this to occur. I would be surprised unless unless epoch somehow got this incredible argument that we've not yet seen from them it seems very unlikely. However, the reason I want know what it is because if for some reason, the judge decides that apple has to reinstate epic would fought my into the APP stool. It would set a precedent for third party payments because. That would be the assumption right that they will keep us third pipe payment method on a court said that it's okay. So there are some interesting There will be some interesting discussion I think the come out of this, but it's going to be I believe it starts today and it will be over the next couple of days I believe but we'll say at meanwhile there is of course more PR battles but this time not just from apple epic of joined up with a base camp the match group that's the match group is you can assume like match dot com tint companies like that spotify tile many more to create the quote coalition APP Fenice They have a big ten point plan of the things that they want to see changed but they all These points or coalesce around three ideas. They want to fix anti-competitive policies that have been occurring a thirty percent attacks and no consumer freedom So this is basically them against apple mainly Bu- Google also like I actually saw a couple of days ago that Google, is actually trying to to get more of their thirty percent of people than they have been in the past So no doubt to combat all of this apple has created another new you selection of web pages that explain the benefits of the APP still and what they give to developers These pages are funny to me right? They shouldn't they. They don't need to exist because apple has to. Sell itself to developers right like that job has been done. It's purely to counterbalance a lot of these discussions, right? Like this is apple's side of the PR piece whether they're trying to say look how amazing we look what we give everybody because you know these these pages. If you looked at them without knowing it is permission they look like Oh we're trying to convince you to develop for a platform, but that's clearly not something that apple needs to do. Right like people want to want to make IOS APPs is a very small business to be, and if you WANNA be in any kind of APP Development Company. Business but they're doing this. I would assume as a way to try and said like Hey we. A, not so bad I guess yeah it's an interesting I mean, this is an extension of the thing that they always do, which is like look at how much money we bring into the economy and look all of these businesses that we help enable and.

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"These widgets and I, don't see them because version of fantastic out we're using is the Beta and it was not yet but it is now. People are also confused about something you said about the care weather widget and. When we say I think I mean primarily our friend todd friend of the show todd. Listener Todd. But Mr Carrot, MR, Brian Carrot explains what's going on there. So I'd mentioned that the widget I was using for carrot weather was changing throughout the day. Appropriate conditions and people thought that I was using multiple widgets but it wasn't. A widget type that and I think they've the think car whether develop a Brian has added some gestures into the most recent update, which lets you control this a little more. But basically, the medium size versions is came from Brian of the snark and forecast widgets I was using and I'm using the forecast widget. mathematically switches between our daily data throughout the day. So if you put the hourly daily widgets into a stack though they would automatically rotate at least one, you can put two idiots in the stack and they'll rotate or if you put the for the for the hourly and daily. But if you put the snark, the forecast, they changed their time horizon so that they're telling you what happens that day. Early. In the day and then late in the day when it's not relevant anymore, they'll tell you what happens the next few days and furthermore that forecast which it will give you a rain information rain is happening. Yeah. So it's fantastic implementation of a widget. This is one of my favorites so far because it is so small, it feels like it has a brain of its own, which is kind of. A wonderful thing like it feels like it is one of I've seen a few things that is but this this widget for sure feels like it's doing more than I thought could be done and this is one of those things where the carrot where the widget is updating information throughout the day based upon what it seems to be logical for the time that I need which I mean I know the. From an online perspective.

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09:58 min | 1 year ago

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"The season I eight right now would agree with that but again this is this is early days for everybody sure there are two teams that division three wins packers and bears then he had the vikings. I think you know nor can I believe about the bears but I think that you start to think about what what that division race looks like and again. I think that I think I picked the vikings to win the division. The packers moved the wildcard is correct. You did okay and I probably would switch those right now. if I had to I I don't know where do you think the Vikings sitting at division. I think they look like the worst team. Will we said that the bears were the worst team four days ago I mean like fortunes rising ball in the NFL all the time. I kinda think I one thing I'd want to avoid boyd is just sort of jumping on and off bandwagon with exceptions thing with the exception of the Danny Diamonds Bandwagon for driving full bore and we're just a completely we would. He is by like week seven if he if he beats the Vikings I we have to like and the ion even know. I don't even know the ban point game. The bears dismantled the Vikings today. Oh no I watch it was terrible. They could could not move the ball. It was terrible but again I just I want to avoid every Sunday. Night is complete overreacting to the events of the day. I don't think now your rice and I don't think the Los Angeles Rams are worse than the Tampa Bay box. I don't go there. I don't think that the Baltimore Ravens even that much worse than the Cleveland Browns like we saw on Sunday. I just think that sometimes things happen. I think that what we learned on Sundays at the bears defense is really really good. We already knew that and it's GonNa take me a little longer to get off the Vikings bandwagon than than just the last couple of weeks. I tend to agree with you. I do think that they have a lot of talent. I just worried about what their offense is going to look like. When Kirk cousins has to carry you see what Adam Field said? I did not see that he said some Chad graph tweet of said quote at some point you're not gonna be able to run the ball for one hundred eighty yards even with the best running back in the NFL. That's when you have to be able to throw the ball you have to be able to have the deep balls and sounds did not today that that is exactly my thought right now. Yeah I just think that when there's they are forced to step outside of this very specific approach that they seem to be struggling right now and when you're paying your quarterback thirty million dollars it's really frustrating to not be able to have a passing game. That's correct that's it. I believe in a lot of the talent that they have. I just think that when they're forced to go to plan B. Right now plan B. is not working for them agree with the next challenge so I have to I don't know what's going on in Atlanta or now. It's a it's a problem. I didn't watch enough of that game. I was at a wedding shower today so so my wedding shower wedding shower was wedding brunch a wedding. I am officiated. I was watching so it wasn't like a bridal shower. I was a wedding shower a wedding brunch. I was so just a Brunch to celebrate. An upcoming wedding. Correct was like an engagement party is that's okay engaged. Tracks Jamarcus Mariota's the only quarterback I would of course I want more details about this but I'm going to get back to the thousands or quick. It's more we know. The game was on a smaller screen that I would normally be watching it that that's one of the games that fell by the wayside today okay. I was looking at the score. It'd be like what's going on there. Marcus Mariota is the only quarterback to start every game this season and not turn the ball over take that for data take sat data. They are a confounding football. I think Matt Ryan had like three hundred ninety something yards today which would be good but they definitely I did not have a touchdown like what what are we doing here. Thirty five completions three hundred ninety seven yards zero touchdowns zero interceptions devante. No one had more than twenty eight yards rushing three freeman things just bizarre no. I don't know what's going on there. It's just I can't even diagnosis it really. It's just strange. It's Seattle the other one range okay. Andy Reed's post win victory speech. I have not no he. He said Hey said Mozart made some not every not every painting that Mozart painted was a masterpiece but hold on he said but the lesson is that they all sold for a million dollars. Here's his here's kind of sewer in Andy Reed's defense. I will say this. He's right about one thing. He officially didn't say that that Mozart was a painter. He just said that that most of Mozart's paintings sell for a million dollars they probably that's what I'm getting eating at. If Mozart painting was unearthed in twenty nine hundred absolutely self-rule million dollars. What's your favorite Mozart painting? Do you have one there. I celebrate comprise entire catalog of paintings. It's like picking a childhood favourite show all of his paintings. It was great. I it was that because of the extended analogy that that it was gonNA sell for a Million Dollars I assume in Picasso there I mean I that would be. He's the most famous he's the most sort of artist you would go to in that situation situation. NFL head coach do you think has the most just well rounded art knowledge. I probably know the answer if I thought dot about it. I don't know I don't know many. NFL coaches are super into art. It would surprise me if one had a really detailed understanding of nineteenth century artwork similar the executives do but I'm trying to think of actual actual coaches. I'm trying to rack my brain. I don't know I don't know yeah. I don't know I I I got nothing for you. I'm trying to figure this out. We'll figure this out. We'll get back to hiking later. We was wasn't author coach who takes their guys to museum is taking the guys to museums for game and then it's GonNa drive me crazy on Thursday. We could figure it out. Let's get back to this short. Answer is not Andy Reid yet all right before we get out of here tomorrow's headlines. What are we again into? What are we going to talk about for the next couple of days? I think there's just going to be overreaction to a bunch of two and two teams yeah. It was a weird week. I think it's kind of hard to build like about a lot of stuff. I think there's GonNa be weird. Panic buttons hit for teams that don't necessarily need to hit it like. I think there's probably going to be kind of a weird even though we've done this already but I probably over action to the rams game. This rams are definitely. Don't turn the ball over a lot I had to I the vikings overreaction to I think though probably be an even listen they were real bad but like the the falcons there's still just one and three they can. They can do something to salvage a season at some point but I do think there'll be a little bit overreaction. I listen the only teams right now. This should be like our season is over. Absolutely over are the dolphins the redskins in the broncos. Everybody else's at least like you're in and the jets. I'm sorry I forgot that they were. They were football team they didn't they didn't lose today so those other guys they're on the bye week and so I forgot they existed so yeah I would throw them so those are the four teams because even the bengals they've been in it. You know so I don't necessarily surly and the broncos lost at the Ravens lost today so in other ravens or two into your onto games back in that division if you put on me for the the bengals playoff ron yeah. I'm just saying that matter the fact that you're not I mean if you're wanting to like. Let's say the Bengals or one in three after tomorrow or owned four. If you're an division with the chiefs of the Patriots that's a different story than if you're an individual with two two and two teams I love it here. Come the bengals that also they play the bengals the steelers both of whom are winless play tomorrow night. Yes they do so one of the game I am not I would go as far to say that if one whoever loses that game there she's as might be over. That's fair all right. That's all we got as always guys. Thank you so much for listening to the ringer. NFL show on the Ringer podcast network we'd back on Thursday. Yeah it says episode is brought by floor.

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"On a prayer four week number one and their biggest kid now. Let's check into our happy birthday department foreign another big celebration this birthday salutes for guitar player. Born this week and Holloway England. His name is Steve how and has group Agia had this big hit. He of the moment. Thing. Linda. Oh. And we were strict. Then. Sure. Thank you. You. Rockin Batson nineteen eighty two that's the British ban age o- are they're big as you head heat of the moment coming up another one hit wonder this British guy wrote his one big hit on a bass guitar one bought just an hour before Ave right back whether story and the song when America's greatest continued..

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01:49 min | 2 years ago

"four week" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Hopefully, you've heard our first segments of this show. But if you just now joining us, we've been really hitting on the neck and back pain epidemic and all the mistreatment that's going on out there. You know, the drugs the opioids the injections into the spine the surgeries that are done necessarily or not told that they have options other than that. I'm also this is also why I'm offering the four week neck and back challenge. So basically what the four-week neck and back challenges? I'm asking you look give up to drugs give up to surgery, the injections just for a little bit. Gimmie four weeks with you. Let me give you the best three things that we have to offer non surgical, spinal decompression, chiropractic, adjustments and cold laser a low level laser therapy. Let me give you those four things three things for four weeks. And then let's do a reexamined see where yet you come in. You get a free consultation. So look, I don't charge for consultation. You can come in. And we can sit and discuss it. If you have an MRI bring you with you bring your report our review, the MRI with you and let you know, if you're a candidate for what we do, especially the decompression part of except to clear you for that properly. Okay. And at that point we can embark on the treatment program for four weeks. And let's see what happens if you know what I don't offer guarantees, no one can guarantee anything. But if we help you and you get better. You're off drugs. You don't need surgery. It's wonderful. I read earlier to cases of people who had surgery, and they're they're basically bedridden and had to retire from the job because of the back surgery or the next surgery in one case. So you never know let's give this a try. So again four week. I'm challenging you four weeks with me in my offices, decompression chiropractic adjustments and co laser, and let's see what we get. It's all noninvasive. It's non-drug base. It's not injection. It's non surgery, what do you have to lose seriously?.

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"four week" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"four week" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"News ninety six point five WDBO. Hopefully, you've heard our first segments of this show. But if you just now joining us, we've been really hitting on the neck and back pain epidemic and all the mistreatment that's going on out there. The drugs. The opioids the injections into the spine the surgeries that are done unnecessarily or not being not told that they have options other than that. I'm also this is also why offering the four week neck and back challenge. So basically what the four-week neck and back challenges? I'm asking you look give up drugs give up to surgery, the injections just for a little bit. Gimmie four weeks with you. Let me give you the best three things that we have to offer non surgical, spinal decompression, chiropractic, adjustments and cold laser a low level laser therapy. Let me give you those four things three things for four weeks. And then let's do a reexamined see where yet you come in. You get a free consultation. So look, I don't charge for consultation. You can come in, and we can sit and discuss it. If you have an MRI bring your MRI with you bring your report our review, the MRI with you and let you know if your candidate for what we do, especially the decompression part of except to clear you for that properly. Okay. And at that point we can embark on a treatment program for four weeks. And let's see what happens, and if you know what I don't offer guarantees, no one can guarantee anything. But if we help you and you get better. Your offer drugs. You don't need surgery. That's wonderful. I read earlier to cases of people who had surgery, and they're they're basically bedridden and had to retire from the job because of the back surgery or the next surgery in one case. So you'd never know this give this a try. So again four week. I'm challenging you four weeks with me in my offices, decompression car, practic, adjustments and cold laser. And let's see what we get. It's all noninvasive. It's non-drug base. It's not injection. It's non surgery. What do you have to lose seriously but four weeks, and maybe a few bucks? If it.

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"four week" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

Relevant Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"four week" Discussed on Relevant Podcast

"Actually i might have to rescind it came out so we are not as scary as clowns are now forty of you travel around california mini cooper forty i'm still hung up on this four week road trip or you had to or the same t shirt everyday pictures what were the letters peeling off because you didn't watch laundry research where it like every day so thankfully just for like you know the big stops on the tour so we could tell people about what our shirts met you know full integration there of course though so you guys evangelize it all your stop we were like you i think my parents just hoping people would ask about the t shirt so they could tell them about like why we were drawing god's creation all that like her her family sounds his family there's ever bed it really does yes your families fifteen years ago you know we've become a little more subtle in our evangelistic ways how do you guys have any did any of the kids rebel i mean it sounds like you guys are all in the straight narrow you're doing good we all look back and laugh at some of the things we did as children you know like our cloudy missions trips and things like that i work at a christian camp sisters a principal at a christian school so you know we we stayed pretty good looking at best practices raise for the art of clowning as the good book says give a child of t shirt all right so it's time for the game it's going to be grace versus andrei have you ever gone route chipper you matching tee shirt with your family andre i have not okay you're not missing out okay we'll do five rounds of rock banner firework i will keep score jesse will be the question asker take it away yeah okay so the rules are very simple i i've going to name a name you have to tell me it is if it is the name of a firework that that you can actually purchase or if it's the name of an indie artist okay so that's all that's all there is to it the winner will receive hey matching tee shirt of some sort okay andrei first time electric jellyfish lead trick jellyfish wow oh wow okay electric jellyfish i'm gonna guess that that is an indie band i'm sorry electric jellyfish is a really awesome fire all right pretty straightforward as you can see if you're grace your you can come out to the lead here if you can tell me if willow among the palm's his a firework or an indie band i gotta go into band on this one i'm sorry you guys are both at that that is a fire man these fireworks guys are getting way more poetic than in your sinus they're not facet they're not as fast cat screamer whatever yeah that's an indie band actually yeah that was my flood cameron casper thanks a lot all right all right andrei horse feathers.

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"four week" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"four week" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Geographically is there a city is there is there a rural area i mean where should the olympics be held in the in the current world the answer to that question is no there is no place now if the olympics wanted to take up as a model host having the games in say a series of three rotating cities then yes there would be a place because then the facilities that would be built in produced could continuously be upgraded and jobs would be consistent as well but as long as you're rotating cities around the world for these games you're gonna end up with these same problems the one off model ends up displacing people and providing no long term economic benefit for anybody well not for anybody there's obviously a lot of benefit but at a i would imagine a very high level capital investment quick return type of level and exactly and so there's a i mean that would be an interesting thing to do and i guess it would just be a matter of of i guess the olympic leaders deciding we're going to make this less competitive in terms of where we house these things and focus on the competition being about the athletics so that really i guess middle class and poor people don't have to pay for this three or four week month and a half of celebration.

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"four week" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

The Influencer Podcast

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"four week" Discussed on The Influencer Podcast

"And facilitating training and so oftentimes like we in our in our life cannot get people to do what we want so that the old phrases that you can lead a horse to water but you can't make him drink and and that that is so true because in our life like we can't make people do what we want however what we can do is change the environment and create an environment that allows people to show up in a way where they can be truly aligned something else that you said to about some people maybe aren't ready for the experience or they're not allying i'm also a big believer that the teacher will appear when the student is ready and sometimes the students not ready sometime and i think that's and that's okay in the sense of like understanding as a teacher that the student isn't ready all the time in some people aren't ready to receive that message but one thing is that with she did it her way like we're doing a a four week accelerator so part of the summit is a vip ticket so if you sign up for the vip ticket you also get a four week accelerator i'm exclusive access to some of the speakers from the summit and i have when i talked to people about whether or not a good fit because it is it's an investment my focus is to almost have that conversation with them to really understand like okay is this a good fit because not only are they investing money into me and the other speakers in the program but like you said you wanna make sure that okay let's make sure people are aligned with this it's going to be a value to them and all my my job is just to ask the questions to again create the environment for them to be able to make the decision on whether or not they feel like it's a good fit for them to to sign up as well i've had like i've even personally gone to courses and signed up for things and then when i've gotten the message i'm like oh you know like that just didn't land while but maybe i'm maybe i'm not in the right position or maybe.

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"four week" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

The Brain Candy Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"four week" Discussed on The Brain Candy Podcast

"It's just happening all the time there was another article in psychology today and of course i left it at home but i was going to bring this into discuss on the show about the like facial expressions the dads us with kids and how they smile more at girls and they give a stern look more often to boys because it shows like intensity s gross while bet doesn't surprise me but thank god people are studying this yeah in also thank god that i can ship things directly from my desk then you have to deal with the new that i've been ranting about this whole show i mean not you guys not you yeah but i like i said earlier i like to be in my studio in my home and that includes all the things that i need to send whether it's your beautiful pins that we send brain candy merge prize swag bags that you guys earn my use it with stamps dot com it's so convenient we get discounts on postage which i love and you just print out the the thing put it right on the package and then send it off it's so easy like i can't emphasize that enough and the best part is that they'll send you a digital scale so that you can calculate the exact posted junaid we use it because it's so convenient and easy and it's like a no brainer basically and right now you too can enjoy stamps dot com service with a special offer that includes a four week trial plus postage anna digital scale go to stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the homepage type in brain candy stamps dot com and enter brain candy and.

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