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How BrightArrow Uses Technology to Deliver Solutions Through the Pandemic
"You know it strikes me that you're sort of at the center of this transformation. We've been seeing over less fourteen months. Oh right the technology is being deployed because our work and life and schooling have all changed drastically. We've gone through this time. Like no other and both schools and learning have greatly been impacted and have needed to radically shift. Can you tell our listeners. How that's impacted you little bit. More by the technology is deployed. There certainly impacted our company because of this the dramatic increase in usage in. This really started last march. We beat the par servers Beefed up our services. We had a day on march thirteenth of last year where our usage was a thousand percent of our peak usage any days prior to that and so we increase our capacity by on the order of ten times in what that's allowed us to do then is is opened up the door for people to do a lot more with our system they have been able to do before and there are a lot of things that are going to be permanent. When example is meetings before the pandemic very few people really at done video. They had not done zooms very much. It's suddenly everybody's become the zoom expert sam. And what are the challenge. And they're going to continue doing that. It's not like suddenly it's going to stop when the pandemic's over people are going to keep doing it. Because it's a new form of communication and new for interacting which is has a lot of convenience and and can engage a lot more people a lot more easily and being able to relay the appointments being able to text and call. Let them know. Hey we're doing this zoom in an hour. Don't miss it. All all of those ways of engaging customers is part of the process of making sure people show up at people are part of it and our system is now equipped to be able to announce those things another area where people doing a little bit and now they're doing a lot more is just the delivery of documents until the pandemic often documents were handed paper handed people but nowadays people are so used to receiving them like chonically. They have to be secure. They have to be available through other forms but again something that we've just totally transformed and provide all sorts of ways to allow people to receive whether it be report cards her schedules or financial reports. Or whatever it might be received them electronically automatically where neil old as they had. They were being mailed documents or being handed documents send reports electronically is very different than it was
Addiction and Sales, with Ian Koniak
"As part mental health awareness month were having a number of conversations with a successful people such as yourself that have been affected by issues like addiction. And so we're gonna talk about sobriety my talk about your journey to the extent you feel comfortable in and share some things that could be helpful to other people that are are listening to this might be similarly struggling so appreciate you coming back on absolutely. And that's the goal is to help people may have May be able to relate to some. They're going through. Start at the beginning. So what was your story. I mean what what happens. That's my story with addiction. Starts when i was probably twelve years old. Twelve well starts before i was born. Because like many addicts most addicts have encountered. There's a generational element to it so My father had struggled with with alcohol his whole life. He was an alcoholic and ended up getting sober a couple years before he died but he died. It was already too late. It was a lifetime of of excess for him. He was fifty three years old. Not too long. After that my cousin my first cousin passed away at forty seven years old. He was a wall street banker And was very high stress job and he he left four children and family and unfortunately all this came came pretty close to home but i never really acknowledged the fact that i had any problems. The diction in fact. I said i am not going to be like my family. I'm not going to be like my father. My cousin my brother all the males pretty much. My family struggle with us. And i i just was always a high performer in work and in sales so i thought you know what this is something that i that. I don't have a problem with what happened. Is i just kind of pushed in the closet and i kept a lot of secrets and because it never got to a point until fairly recently where it affected my family or in my work i always kind of made the mistake of thinking. I didn't have a problem. And it was only until i thought it was gonna lose my wife when i when i acknowledged it and fortunately fortunately been sober from many vices for for about fourteen months. I've been putting a lot of work for recovery. And i really do feel like a new a new man a new person but i will say. I've struggled with addiction for the bulk of my life. Since the time. I was really probably twelve years old till i got sober when i was forty one so most of my
US Men Await Their Fate as Murder Trial Nears End in Rome
"The pandemic was just bearing down on it today when the trial began of two young American men charged with the murder of an Italian police officer near the hotel while they're on vacation in two thousand and nineteen after more than fourteen months of defense lawyers will wrap up their arguments the two defendants former schoolmates from California can expect to learn the fates later in the week Finnigan the L. there now twenty one years old and Gabriel not tied to Georgia now twenty years old insist that they acted in self defense they say they thought they were being attacked by a pack of thugs or my fuel C. when cabin yet at vice brigadier Mahdi associate Oregon and fellow officer Andrea buddy I'll let approach them wearing plain clothes in the early hours of July the twenty six in two thousand and nineteen I'm in Syria Shockley
What an Increasingly Booming Economy Means for Bitcoin
"What's going on guys. It is thursday april twenty ninth and tenth day we are asking the question of what an increasingly booming economy means for bitcoin. So the setup for this. Is that obviously for. Bitcoin and bitcoin has always been a macro asset in the sense that it is fundamentally about reorganizing the global economy in some way when it comes to the rest of the world however it's really only been in the last year that that idea of bitcoin as a meaningful player on the macro stage has come to the fore. The connection was made first and most profoundly by. Paul tudor jones with his great monetary inflation thesis. And since then. Bitcoin has been tied up in its digital gold narrative as an inflation hedge. Right there's no way to deny looking at micro strategy getting in and michael sailor talking about the melting ice cube of cash as a treasury reserve asset and stanley druckenmiller seeing five to ten percent inflation over the next few years. There's no way to deny that bitcoins. Narrative has been tied up in the fear of looming inflation. The question then becomes. What if that starts to withdraw. What if the macro narrative shifts. Where does that leave bitcoin so today. That's what we're going explore. And i think the start. Let's start with this idea of it. Being a booming economy one of the wall street journal's lead headlines today is. Us economy appears to be lifting off. Economists are projecting a quote robust consumer led recovery. Gdp grew at six point. Four percent seasonally adjusted in q one which is almost exactly what economists had predicted. What's more consumer confidence is approaching pre pandemic levels. In fact it's the highest. It's been in fourteen months and it's done nothing but increase for months in a row in particular a low income band people and families earning between twenty five and thirty five thousand dollars. A year has increased dramatically in march. Nine hundred thousand new jobs created an unemployment went down six percent.
US Consumer Confidence Returns to Pre-Pandemic Levels
"Consumer confidence continues to rise consumer confidence has jumped to a fourteen month pie with its second straight increase the conference board says the confidence index sits at its highest level since the pandemic began the index was not only up over twelve points for March it was the strongest reading since February of twenty twenty right before the covert nineteen pandemic struck in this country the present situation index based on consumers assessment of current business and labor market conditions soared some thirty points this month the expectations index for the next six months posted a much more moderate gain I'm Shelley Adler
Ovechkin scores twice, red-hot Capitals shut out Devils 4-0
"Alex Ovechkin and the capitals continued their hot streaks in a four nothing shot out of the devils that you can score twice giving him ten goals in his last ten games the caps of one nine of those games leaving them in the first place tie with the islanders in the east division with one game in hand Nicklas Backstrom scored his thirteenth goal of the season while of getting his nets often Tom Wilson each had two assists Ilya Samsonov stopped twenty four shots in his first shutout in fourteen months the devils have dropped two straight to Washington after winning four of their previous five games I'm Dave Ferrie
Roger Federer's back, briefly
"Hello folks woke until mid week tennis. Podcast a podcast. That was very nearly recorded on wednesday evening. Following roger federer's first much back after fourteen month hiatus at three win over. Brit dan evans. How different might that. Podcast have sounded. Had it been recorded yesterday versus being recorded now of to his three-set loss to nikoloz bassett villi. That is the punchy question that i put to you. David law and matt. Roberts whoever wants to take it. I think i should say that. It's because of matt. Roberts said we're recording it now and not if i had my way which was last night because i was a bit ivory excited to just get chatted. We've been so overexcited that it would now be out of date. How how different need. I think what i'm getting at is different. Do we feel about wherever resort. And what he's capable of off the two matches than we did after one arm in a similar place but matt watched both matches more closely. So i'm going to defer to matt. Hospital pass might enjoy. I think yesterday we would have been extremely positive about federer. And i think today we probably should still be positive about federal because federer is being positive about federal and i think we should take him at his word and agree that this has been a good week for him. He gained the matches that he wanted. He felt pretty good on the court. Arise maybe didn't always align with that viewpoint today There was there was a moment in his match today where his movement did really stop almost altogether and it was quite difficult to watch at times. But i think that's a difficult thing to do to have tempered. Expectations of roger federer. But it's absolutely what we need to have and he's upbeat. He said he's already over. It flew into his press conference after the loss. Today said he's over. It is positive generally and therefore i think we probably should be as well but we certainly have a lot more data to go on now that we've seen him play this match as opposed to just one match against evans because they two totally different matches for him and we'll talk about both of them he. He was asked Today as he said my in that very immediate post loss press conference i how. How long will this take to get over this loss. Read compared to previous losses similar level tournaments similar. Sages at already over. It sounding like you know when you've been broken up with an ally. I'm completely fine. I'm completely fine. he was. He wasn't right for me anyway. I never wanted to win this tournament. It wasn't it wasn't dubai is going to be better in dubai but and yet it also as you say. We should believe him me. You know what. I d believe him i he. We should probably feel fine about it could kiss. He feels fine about it. David yeah a. I would say that occasionally impress coinc- he said everything's fine and then isn't fine line a back problem or something like that. But i thought when he came out yesterday and play his match against down evans that he started off playing very carefully moving very carefully. He wasn't explosive he was he was balanced. He was good. He looked serene the way often does and he was striking the ball very well but i just felt like he was inevitably be very careful. And that changes. The match tone in evans pushed him in. They played they played good close competitive match But and at the end federal showing some real explosive tennis in some and he was getting Any any finished with a winning. So i thought that was really really good but there was a euphoria about him yesterday. Which was all build apple. High pulled a chats. He was excited. Because he's he's like a little kid in a sweetshop isn't even. He's playing tennis and when the is on him he loves it. He loves it. He's always has but today. I mean i didn't see all of the match because i was watching. Arena against gubbay mcgruder. And i left federal watch to you both but then when that finished i turned over and i was less alarmed than i thought i would be given what i was reading on twitter. And what what i was just hearing generally because i think he was fife on down listening in the second set maybe even lose that set six one zero six to eight yeah and it was definitely the latter stages if that second set would definitely sort of hidden hope connor by a around about that time. I did actually have a little chat. we don evans on. What's up. 'cause he was watching the match he was watching the match back and he said of course he's of course he's naked and we play hard much the night before and he's he's any she referenced the kind of all of the check before the match and before the tournament ties you out and you hit you hit a bit of a wall in and it's not really surprising. The blacks thirty nine. He's going to be forty later this year. He's hasn't played for thirteen months. And now he's played six sets in twenty four
How the YWCA Handles the Childcare Crisis and Other Challenges for Women
"Alejandro. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me so tell us a little bit about the work of the ywca. Sure the ywca as you may know. Kim is one of the oldest and largest women's organization in the country. We've been around for a hundred and sixty two years and it was such a pleasure to be able to lead that organization because through our two hundred and two items as across the country serving twelve hundred communities. We really say that we have our finger on the pulse to be able to look communities large and small in urban suburban and rural areas to be able to witness what's happening but most importantly to able to respond to the needs of communities across the country. It's an amazing pleasure. And why did we say you know has stood at the forefront of some of the most critical issues defining lives of women from Marching for the eight hour workday to creating the first women employment center the first childcare center in the country becoming the first fully racially integrated organization in our nation. You know we have a lot of i. But in this moment i'm ywca continues to be that voice advocating for women and girls and communities of color as we go through covert but more importantly as we go through this recession which is being called the session so you have led this organization for the last several years and recently step down as ceo. But you have let it. During one of the hardest periods in our recent history. These last fourteen months during kobe have been really really difficult. What is leadership like during crisis. What a great question you know. Leadership is most tested in moments of crises. And for me. It was a blessing to be at the helm of ywca. Because i just went into work mode at hyper speed. And what does that mean. That meant that day in and day out it was my mind. Might team My colleagues were all working around the clock thinking about what are the solutions. How do we solve for these problems and being innovative in our approaches because we knew for example that we had to keep our emergency Domestic violence shelters open so across the country wide. Abc's were being very innovative. Some of them had Rv vs or hotel rooms to be able to solve the those Those challenging moments. So as well as i say you know. Leadership is not for the faint of heart. It really requires. it's nasty. It requires boldness but above all. It requires that urgency on. Because i knew that it was a you know this organization was not going to off fail under my watch but it wasn't. It was something that was also very organic We have two hundred and two leaders across the country that lead their respective. ywca's anime to rose to the asian And made sure that they had solutions available to them to their communities. I wanna follow up on what you had said about being in a she session. Can you tell us a little bit about what that term means. Choice of that term really showed up on back sometime in september through the new york times. And what that really meant and ended his. It has been adopted because it's really It really hits the nail on the head. It is the first time in our nation's history that women are at the core of this recession and what that means is that women are bearing the disproportionate impact of the economic wake of covert and. They're bearing the brunt in terms of loss of jobs because there are in those areas that are overly indexed on like restaurant. Hospitality travel retail. They're also having to bear the brunt in terms of the childcare situation there is no there's the lack of childcare. Kids are now at home instead of school kids. Are you know. Childcare centers had to close because of social distancing another areas too they. They are at the moment where they have nowhere to go when it comes to caring of their family And then we're seeing how also how communities of color and women of color are also brand the brunt with the high rate of cova cases and cova deaths. So let's break that down to important issues. You just mentioned the first. His child care what is going on for working women right now and wii childcare so crucial. Well i'll tell you one of the first things you notice was And you continue to see what the job report is that were most of the the losses jobs have been women. Women are leaving the workforce not because they want to but because they have to they either have to care for their children to care for their parents their sandwiched in the middle and unfortunately as a nation we have put childcare shoulders of women. Talk your has to be an issue that really is about families but also as of national importance the organization of economic development they always c. d. tracks how countries deal with childcare and to no surprise the united states is at the bottom of that ranking. So we have to really make childcare at a critical imperative for us and unfortunately women are the ones who bear the brunt in terms of the high cost but also we need to talk about quality and we also need to make sure that it's a you know accessible to everyone so again if we going to bring back women to the workplace and bring back jobs. We have to look at childcare as well as workers in the childcare space. How do we pay them. How are they how do we not only compensate them for a very hard job. I'm so childcare has many many facets and at this point we are at crises and we have to make sure that the funding is there that we're designing child care for twenty-first-century immunity and that we're making it accessible affordable and quality
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Updating The Numbers with eMarketer Co-Founder Geoff Ramsey
"Am so pleased to have as my guest. Jeff ramsey the co founder of emarketer and chief evangelist for insider intelligence. Jeff is a veteran of the attic. She'd your stage and we are going to talk on this podcast about the numbers. You should be paying attention to in the year head and the stories behind those numbers but before we get into jets predictions for the rest of twenty twenty one. I wanted to talk about twenty twenty. We saw so much change because of the pandemic and i'm sure that wreaked havoc on your predictions. Jeff well Yeah twenty. Twenty is year a lot of people would like to forget but we can go back and revisit that certainly in a busy year for our forecasters are forecasters busy themselves with excel spreadsheets Calibrating and then recalibrating numbers at a dizzying pace based on new information. That's coming in and certainly during last year we saw a lot of changes particularly with the consumer and So then ensued a ton of revisions to our projections that would normally last for you know at least eight nine ten twelve fourteen months You know we we were. We were spinning our wheels so fast. It's a wonder we didn't come off the tracks Biggest places where you had to revise those numbers Assure i think the biggest area without doubt was the area of e-commerce and we're gonna get into that in a little bit but if if anybody in the audience is thinking to themselves e commerce you think about about that. We'll think about your activity over the last year. And if you haven't done more door dash or grubhub or i'm not going to the store and never mind that. There's you know a massive winter storm that we're now seeing people are jew. Were just afraid to go to malls all this data and statistics were talking about you. Know people were a lot of most people. Were taking this seriously and mask or not. It was more comfortable. Felt more safe to order from home Whether it be on your desktop laptop or your mobile device so i would say the biggest set of numbers are the biggest changes in our set of numbers were in the e commerce space space and where we netted out to give a kind of a tip of the hat to twenty twenty is ecommerce sales grew by something like thirty two percent in twenty twenty versus twenty nine thousand nine due to the lockdown measures in the fact that we are all self isolated and just to put that into perspective If you look at non ecommerce sales that's that's the that's the the that's like the rhinoceros compared to the flea of ecommerce right but if you look at total retail says we're talking somewhere in the order of almost six trillion dollars right if you look at ninety commerce sales. They slipped by negative Three point two percent in two thousand and twenty. They might grow again predicting grogan this year but it actually slipped by over three percent and yet total commerce. Total retail sales grew why because of e-commerce growing a significant thirty two percent. So we some people said that we have Grown e commerce On original predictions something. We've advanced something like two or three years ahead of where we would normally be an and the trains left attracts. The growth rate is gonna go way way down. It's going to continue to grow some bets. That's the biggest change that we've seen. Yes i can. I can validate that anecdotally. In terms of how much ivan purchasing on amazon as well is kind of a lot of new e commerce stores. I was trying out to get you know farm to table food delivery and that kind of thing personally but that that's where my taste lies and you know you're making me hungry. Zony sales are seeing so many sales are moving to online. It makes me wonder you know one. What does that mean for all these digital advertising companies that kind of our that point right before you hit by And as well as how much time people must be spending online consumers platforms before they go on to you now. Consumed their dinner via door dash. Sir you know what that's a really good place it to really dig into because you know if i were say a a number two area where forecasters had to continually busied themselves. With reaching recalibrating. Numbers was in the area of time spent so let me just puts in perspective on that because i think most of us realize having or locked in an apartment or a house we start to go a little bit stir crazy. So what do we look to. We looked to digital activities to you know suck up our time and so a couple of things with these since cove it. Americans have increased the time that they spend with all media cross online and offline by about an hour and five minutes a day. So it's over thirteen hours a day. We're spending with media now. I do need to put a little caveat there thirteen hours you might be thinking. Wow that's a lot of time. And that's that's half the twenty four hours you know that are in a day. But it includes double-counting for multitasking. 'cause i don't think there's any of us on the planet that don't were we're watching. Tv have another device in our hand. We're doing something else right. And because we never know in the second or nanoseconds time where attention is fleeting from one. St the other way that attention actually lies. We have to double count that figure. So if you're spending an hour watching tv and you're on your mobile phone that whole time we have to double count That that our so it becomes two hours if that makes any sense so we're spending an extra hour a day and almost all of that Ghosts to digital so just to give some perspective before cove it we were spending. This is pretty pretty significant amount. We're spending about half a little over half of our day. Six hours and forty nine minutes a day Doing digital stuff alive. It was mobile. was streaming but then we went from six hours forty nine minutes in two thousand nineteen the pandemic hits and we go up by a an hour and a minute to seven hours and fifty minutes a day with digital And we think that digital time is going to continue to increase by twenty twenty two. We'll be spending eight hours a day with digital which was a little frightening for maybe some parents as they think of their kids. Because this is on average and if you think of kids and teens and it's probably way more than eight hours day so as we net out digital time now counts for roughly sixty percent of adults a total daily time spent with media and another area within within digital of course streaming Were all streaming more and when you think of time spent with streaming whether you thinking connected. Tv's court cutting or cord nevers. That's my favorite. Group is like college students who never will never have paid for a traditional pay. Tv subscription. why would they win. Their parents are basically donating their netflix account to their kids And then you got. Ot subscription activities with netflix amazon prime. And so on so. These numbers really shot way past our original pre covid estimates and so where we netted out. Was it in twenty. Twenty one time spent with digital video will have risen by thirty three minutes or over half an hour per day and so now we're spinning If we're looking at digital video time said about two hours and nineteen minutes And that's up from an hour and forty six minutes and twenty nine thousand nine but just a quick reality check. And then i'll let you jump in here. Reality check is that you might be thinking with all this streaming and so on that people are spending on average more time with digital video than they are with linear tv. But that's not quite yet. The case are estimated that traditional. Tv whether you're watching broadcasts abc cbs. Or you're watching a cable. Channel or direct access is is sixty percent of the time we spend with. A video is with traditional tv
The Disappearance Of Angel Garcia
"So this is the disappearance of garcia angel was born on march fifth of nineteen ninety-two when he was ten years old his parents laura. Oh and ralph garcia separated a time which saw angel and his mother grow very close the family which also included his sister rose. Ynez lived in hartford connecticut where the children drew up being taught. That family was the most important thing in two thousand and eleven angel was living with his mother and his girlfriend at fourteen months. A myra serano the peered met through facebook in their relationship had grown serious quite quickly before long. A meyer head moved into the family home with thirteen year. Old son whom angel got along with the living situation inspired angel to begin cooking more and he would often make dinner for each night for the rest of the household nineteen year old angel had attention deficit disorder which caused the struggle in school and as such. He wasn't the most punctual student and had fallen behind a couple of years while they tried the medication. In the past he disliked the way it made him feel so he stopped taking it. Despite being behind he was determined to earn his high school diploma in september of two thousand eleven angel. Got a red honda dirt bike. Which is described as having been his pride and joy. He told laura and his father had get that his father had given the money to purchase it and he spent almost every day with it washing it and driving it along trails in the streets of hartford on the evening of october twentieth to south. Two thousand eleven. Laura returned home from work to find angel at dinner waiting for her as it was ten pm and she was tired. She decided to head to bed without eating the next morning. Laura was getting ready for work and saw angel was still in bed. Assuming he'd be getting up soon to head to school. She left the house however angel at other plans at ten thirty. Am angel went to see his friend. Joel with whom he had planned to dirt bike with and the pair went the joel's uncle's house which had a field behind it. The pair road together for a few hours angel on his bike. Enjoy on an atv until the rain outta gas. After the pair pushed back the drills ankles house angels said he was going to continue writing and east hartford. Joel declined to go with him. Citing other plans at one pm joel watched angel ride off alone heading east. At nine thirty pm laura was getting ready for bed when she noticed angel wasn't home however she had work in the morning so she went to bed assuming he would be back at some point right in the middle of the night. Laura awoke to yellow yelling echoing in front of the street below her bedroom. A voice which sounded like angels at said go ahead break it laura laughter room in a panic and ran into a in the hallway who had also been awakened by shouting. The pair ran out the front porch but found. The street was empty when they returned inside. Laura myra angel was but his girlfriend did know saying he hadn't been answering the returning calls. She said she had last spoken to him around eleven. Am the previous morning. When he'd been out with joel despite him promising to call her back in the day he never did in a meyer had assumed he had no service or that. His cell phone had died.
Interview With Racing Driver Alexander Rossi
"Okay folks. This should be fun. We've got a famous racing driver on the show alexander rossi's in the house. This dude races indycar. He races prototypes. He's had a hand in bathurst sat. Hand formula one. He sat a hand off road. And he's telling us stories about all of it. Alexander rossi is on the smug tire podcast. It's from indiana alexander. Rossi is in the house or virtually. What's up man not much. Thanks for having me your welcome. Thank you for dive bombing in zach. Let's get him back. Because i don't wanna look at me. The audience wants to see alex and yet there is with a beautifully soft zoom background approp- appropriate for working from home. Welcome thank you. I'm i'm happy to be here. Happy that in this day and age we can still at face to face contact. Bertish again which i would have bought zoom stock Year ago a year ago the were skype was verb skype. Nothing anymore but that was like skype was the was kleenex a year ago. Where do they go. I mean has anyone dropped the ball harder than skype zooms product. Really that much better though. I think i think we'll we're not we don't use zoom we're using switzer cast but zoom. I think zack zoom the first one to do the the multiple boxes. Zillow allow you to do group chatting. Can you do that on skype Skype followed zoom and skype is far worse. It's quite bad okay. I guess that's that's be it was all about all about the group chat presume I just want to start with like what the hell is it. Like to be a racing driver in the last twelve months like is it. Weird is it. It's less cool than it was fourteen months ago. Just it's it's amazing. How much the fans. I mean to any sport but yeah to racing. You know there's because we don't really see them in the middle of race because you're in a car and it's not a stadium type sport so much of the pre event build up. An energy is all fan related. So that goes away. You're kind of like on the grid about to do this race when it's kind of like cool. This is weird. I feel your practice or something's a practice race. Shouldn't something like that. Because you're right. Show the driver introductions and the fireworks and the parade lap and all that sort of thing and when that goes away. You're just getting in your car and driving around in circles to people have they done. Did they have they tried to do. I mean look. Obviously everyone's doing doing their best to make make it work and keep keep people employed and keep people entertained and you know from drivers to crew people to whoever tv people and whatnot. Have they tried to do anything. That was really a good faith effort to take something that was formerly in person and and make it virtual where you're just like. Oh god this does not work. Yeah kind of and like it's a good segue like. I'm so thankful that we're able to get a season in the first place right. That was always a big concern. When this when this all kind of kicked off on march like are we going to raise his racing exists and all this stuff so it was a huge effort from the promoters in the series teams. All kind of finagle. Their way and make make a season happen but yeah the series tried a lot of different virtual kind of fan meet and greets in sponsor appearances. And it was. It was a necessary evil. Sure but i about the fact that. I just cannot wait for the day that you were back to in person attendance. Just because it's so it's so strange because sometimes like you have these these meet and greets but like people don't really wanna talk to you so you're just sitting there trying to engage audience. That doesn't have anything to ask. And you're like well. I have this for launch. Today i grew up in california. And it's just it's very strange. You lose that human to human interaction but nonetheless we're all adapting. It's all good. It's a it's a very much a first world problem and on unhappy to to start the season here next weekend.
How streaming services and COVID-19 upended Hollywood
"Coronavirus is up ended. A lot of things about our lives but few industries has seen as drastic a change as the entertainment business with the ride streaming services and social begging the question. What happens the movie theaters a broader. Chang this is your daily charge joining us way to this. Transformation is our media expert johnson. Welcome john so let's start with a recap of the year. We saw the launch the number of streaming services peacock. Hbo max and then of course stalwarts like netflix. Continue to dominate. Pop culture with shows like tiger king in queen's gambit. How did the so-called street war shakeout in twenty twenty. We saw breakaway successes and truly epic failures over the course of the last year among all the new services that launched in the last fourteen months or so nothing compares to disney plus the subscribers that a service brings in that's the currency of success for streaming services. And no matter how you look at it. Disney plus blew away all other new competitors completely out of the water disney hoped to have between sixty million and ninety million subscribers within five years and it nearly hit the top of that. Its most obstacle optimistic expectation at nearly beat that within one year not five. It's at eighty six point eight million subscribers at the end of its first year and then on the flip side you had these failures quickly. Which entered twenty twenty swinging it was booking super bowl commercials. It was making it rain. All over hollywood paying stars tons of money to make these short form Cereal movies and chapters and Daily essentials and other things that if you could see me i'm making all these little air quotes but it totally flopped and it announced that it was completely shutting down just seven months after launching. So we've seen some really legendary story play out in the streaming world this year definitely and in between though we had a couple of those services. Hbo max peacock which all launched as well and lose a little bit quieter for them up until the end of the hbo. Max how did those two services fair out when they were they launched didn't do as well as disney plus but nothing has done is walls just pause. You really. nothing else compares to what they've been doing you know if if disney plus had it had the insane year that it did their launches would look you know pretty good all right. Hbo max is at you know. I have to check the numbers. But it's at i think. Eight point six million accounts and peacock has more than that because he got chasm free tier. Hbo max you have to pay fifteen dollars a month to access it or b a each b. o. l. subscriber That has a deal with. Hbo backs in order to get it. But the point is you know. They're doing fine sean. It's compared to a truly extraordinary. Unexpected success like disney plus that. It looks like they're really doing poorly and to be fair to you know. Hbo max with its high price. Point the fact that the fact that it was kind of a Confusing proposition two people and The fact that it wasn't on roku or fire tv the two most popular devices for months that also crimped it in particular its appeal. you know. They're like thirty some million people that can have. Hbo max basically for free because they are. They're already paying for hbo and of those were at or still at below ten million accounts. Right we are back so it's definitely struggled in some senses yet. It will disney plus held by a number of big cultural milestones the hamilton earlier this year. Of course mandalorian is back more baby love even new law which at that dollar premium charged pretty well. Hbo max is poised to have its potential big moment tomorrow with the release of what am nine hundred eighty four. I'm curious what you think. The impact is there and as we sort of look for. You know how that's going to help set the way movies are released. Well it cer- certainly gonna superchargers interest in hbo coupled with the fact that it max not only is releasing wonder woman On christmas day the same day that it's available to see in theaters on those that are open It's also making it. Its entire slate. The warner brothers. Entire slate of movies for the entirety of next year are going to be released the same way where there. It's available to stream on. Hbo max the same day. It's in theaters for a period of one month. So people have one month to to sign up for talks log into it if you already have. It watched like some of the you know wonder woman. Nineteen eighty-four dude matrix. Four tons of like huge movies and smaller ones that are also heading to spin. It looks like that's ever happened before people are really excited about it. It's gonna supercharge interest in the streaming service. But it also means that you know. It's kind of a crossing of the rubicon For decades theaters have had a seventy at least seventy five days where they get exclusive access to new movies and of course during the pandemic with these widespread theater closures senate as being closed a lot of companies have tried to figure out. How can you can't have a seventy five day window or something is only in theaters. When there aren't any theatres open and the ones that are people. Don't feel safe going to so we've seen a lot of experimentation about. What do we do in this situation. But this move by warner brothers. Hbo max are. They're making so many of these really big budget movies available. What's known as day and date or it's available for home video streaming the same day that it's in theaters. That's that's a point of no return like things are never. They might not look exactly like that once. The coronavirus and the pandemic are in our rear view window. But it's never going to be theaters and the transit. Never going to be exactly the same again. So the reaction will imagine for folks out there who are locked down this is. This is good news but not everyone has created this with open arms. Right number of directors filmmakers actors have been up in arms. Or who's been sort of speaking out against this. Practice will certainly christopher nolan. Who is a longtime warner brothers director. He's bamed all of his big films with warner brothers and most recently His tenant was released by warner brothers and not partly led to this decision. That warner brothers needed to figure out something other than purely theatrical premieres for films tenant was released it did tentative fine overseas it did reasonably well but in the us tanks. Like i he nolan is is a faint is fame Famously defensive of the theatrical experience. He's one of those ought autour filmmakers who treasures that big dark room and the hush crowd gasping all the same time like. That's that's is cocaine or whatever and he didn't want to give that up and they didn't make him and they released tenet where it had an exclusive period in theaters and it s than sixty million dollars at the box office. That you know. It's standard for one of his movies to make one hundred million plus in the us at the box office so the fact that they saw that it's just not tenable Just not tenable to have this sort of theatrical this preciousness around theatrical release at least during the pandemic they went a different route they. There's is the most extreme that any studio has announced so far a lot of other studios are trying to be a little more compromising and their decision was made largely without consultation with filmmakers. Which you know. It's one thing to up end. These long held norms. Some of which a lot of filmmakers really treasure like christopher nolan really treasures this theatrical the experience and protecting it but it's not always it's it's the medium not the message sometimes in the fact that they sort of dropped this bomb on these people without with wonder woman. There's a lot of consultation with those filmmakers but the entire slate like they couldn't reach out because people talk in hollywood if they reached out to some people get all over town so they basically maybe with a little bit of notice tried to get it out to some people but essentially shut. Drop this bomb on the filmmaker community and that in addition to the fact that it was such a dramatic change from what's baked into contracts and what people expected is it led to a really huge backlash and we're going to see if they're going to get sued or get sued. You might have to walk back many things. They might have to take something that were on the two thousand twenty one slate off the twenty twenty one slates and they don't fall under this so called hybrid strategy. That's something we're going to play out next year. Well curious if this is a a one off thing or is this this pandemic related that twenty one is like twenty twenty a bit of a lost year as be struggled to kind of get back enormously but once you get past it go back to normal. You mentioned the crossing the rubicon. How do you think things the changes that were saying. Now my kind of play out the long term or will there be more of a hybrid approach like what one of the things look like once we get to some semblance of normalcy again. It's never going back to the way. It was like the way the seventy five day ninety day window. That theaters get new movies. That's not coming back even after the pandemic because i think consumers for a really long time have wanted more options. Especially i mean. Young consumers don't understand even older consumers. Don't understand why you have to wait that long to choose where you get to watch your movie you know. Like the seventy five and ninety day window and theater followed by the dvd followed by online vod online rentals followed by a pay one window followed by a pay to win. Like there's going it's going to change but we can say for sure. Theaters are not going to be able to count on that sort of cushion. Seventy five day to ninety day window getting all new movies. They can't count on that because too many of these studios are owned by media companies that are also launching streaming services. I'm really want them to succeed. It's not just warner brothers on by. At and t. and also owns hbo. Max that is playing and experimenting with these new formats like you mentioned milan. That's disney disney decided disney of all studios. They build their franchises on theatrical release. That means a lots of them. But they're still even toying with things like you said they released hamilton which is supposed to be a big screen movie. Next year they released it more than a year in advance and put a totally free on disney plus for their big budget stuff. They're putting it on disney plus with this. What's not calling premier access which is basically when you pay a thirty dollar extra fee and you get movies like milan that you can stream day and date same day as in theaters next year. They're going to do that with riot. Dragon but even with dizzy. They've said they haven't defined what they're gonna do with marvel movies. It looks like they're gonna give marvel movies. Which are you know. Some of their biggest blockbusters that they still have on the slate coming up. They're going to give them some time in the theaters because they know how important that is to building a franchise having that sort of mythic proportion in a theater is really important to a marvel movie whether or not black widow comes to streaming a lot earlier than it would have before in previous you know. In the olden days. A year ago it would've taken about six months to nine months for any theatrical disney movie to make the disney plus. Maybe that'll shrink. What we do know is that theaters are not going to be able to count on a seventy five day. Window consumers are going to have a lot more options about win and where they get to watch new movies and the theatrical spirits is going to have to change you know without having that really special treatment that kid gloves treatment of getting seventy five day window. You're going to see theaters having to adapt offering more food upgrading. The experience of going there They're gonna have to experiment with a lot of different payment models even maybe The point is movie. Theaters haven't really had to adapt or innovate for decades. Because i've had this protected window and that protected window is going to change. But it's never coming back the way it was and the theater. Experience is going to change too so that change is thrust upon them and they're forced to adapt. Do you think theaters are doomed to failure are they are they they are they screwed ultimately. Because i frankly i missed the theater experience but i can't see myself going back for while and so we'll we'll theater survive long enough to be able to adapt and change. Yeah the are going to survive like they just won't be as many and they won't look the same as they did. Which you know a natural thing movies have been around cinemas have been around for a really long time. It's one of. Its basically the first mass mass visual audio visual media You don't have theaters like the depression-era people's palaces anymore. we don't go to theaters. That look like someplace that would have a metropolitan opera in. That's what happened in the twenties thirties. We don't have that anymore because things change television happened. So that's going to be another change but what you're gonna see the the gigantic megaplexes. Amc's the cinemark probably going to get smaller because they can't if you don't have that exclusive access to something that people can choose whether or not they're watching it on that big screen or watching on their home screen where people are going to be able to. They're going to choose to watch it on their home screen and so you don't just need as many movie screens in america anymore. So we're going to see theaters close. We might see some chains completely. Go out of business. The thing that will be interesting to see is how smaller chains mom-and-pop theaters you know the local art house theater. The smaller chains like alamo draft house. We're already seeing that. Those are those are the theaters in cinemas that are more likely to adopt because they don't have a sort of mcdonald's mass market Happy meal mentality. they're catering to a local community. They're more likely to know the sort of things that would bring people into their theater if it's more than just movies it's easier for them to pivot in. Adopting alamo draft house was one of the first chains so to speak. That offered this rent a whole theater option. Which has become more popular during the pandemic instead of having to spend three hundred to a thousand two more dollars to rent entire theater. It's like look we can't can barely show this to people because of restrictions. Why don't you rent the theater for a hundred bucks and you can bring fifteen of your closest friends and you can all like sit apart from each other and you can be pretty confident that we're going to be sanitizing it because we don't or trying to stuff seats because we have to stuff seats. They were the first ones to innovate in that sense. And we start to adopt adapt that model so no like theaters. Theaters aren't going to die. They're just gonna look a lot different in the future
Justice Department Hits Google With Antitrust Lawsuit
"Few weeks ago we were all on pins and needles expecting a lawsuit from the US federal government against Google and on Tuesday after a fourteen month. Long investigation that lawsuit arrived the US Department. Of Justice and eleven states have filed suit against Google arguing that the company has used unfair practices to preserve its search and search advertising monopoly. Here to break all the details down with me, records Peter Kafka Hey Peter hit Teddy. So how a deal is this is a very big deal. This is the most consequential antitrust action against a big Tech Company that we've seen since nineteen ninety, eight I don't know what you are doing in one thousand, nine, hundred, eight I was actually still falling technology news back. Then that's when that's when the US government sued. And we've gone twenty plus years, and now we've got the government's suing Google and we knew that this was coming for a while right and we talked about on the show with Shrink Afari a few weeks ago we didn't have specifics we didn't exactly know. What the lawsuit was going to allege that Google's done you've spent the morning digging in talking to a bunch of parties reading the suit tell me what the main argument, the US federal government is making. So I'm going to caveat this. This is the beginning of a process that's going to take years, and so the initial complaint from from the US government. Is the initial complaint it is going to change over time through discovery. Okay. people are going to add to this. It's going to be a living document as we say, but the big picture here is is this to start with the US government saying Google has an illegal monopoly and search that it maintains it focuses mostly on the idea of Google paying. Mobile, phone manufacturers like apple like Samsung fees, either directly or indirectly to give it pole position for its for search engine which then makes it search engine dominant, and then it gives it a an unfair advantage in search ads. So it starting with search and adding on search ads in it is mostly focused on the idea of Google spending billions of dollars a year to give itself, prime? Placement. Your phone and yeah and to the average person of sitting here thinking what does this case kind of boil down to it's basically that Not just that Google is too big right but that Google has unfairly made itself. So essential in all of our lives. That's the overall thrust of all the antitrust and all the tech reform conversations we're having, which is all of these tech companies, Google and facebook, and Amazon, and apple are have gotten so big and they're not really restrained by government in any way, and this has been going on for years and decades and someone should should do something about it, and this is really the first. Concrete who've we've seen from the government in sort of the modern Internet era trying to rein in these big tech companies. All right. So I'm guessing Google to not throw them a big hug. What's their response to this Google response is, Hey, we have an awesome search engine. What's your problem with this by the way it's free so we're not harming any consumers with their awesome Search engine by the way when we spend billions of dollars and give that money to apple and Samsung or do people who use our android software for free, they get to deliver awesome phones to you for less money than they would have normally because we're helping to subsidize that what's your problem by the way? The idea of giving people money to get better placement is not. A new idea it happens all the time. When you go to your grocery store, your target or Walmart people have paid to have their products on the shelf or on an end cap they pay different prices depending on where they get placed. This is not a new idea, and by the way we've done all this in the open for years. Yeah. You get the sense that Google. Sees this as an existential threat at all I mean. I. Wonder to what extent This is a financial risk for Google. Stock Market said no big deal Google share prices trading higher than it was Google has faced these kinds of accusations and lawsuits in Europe for years there is definitely a possibility the the US wins a lawsuit and there are structural a reform is made in. Google. was forced to do something drastic like split it's android business from its search business. We're not sure as possible. This could be a way to break it up. Yeah. It's it is possible. There is a wedge here that you could use to break it up. There's also the possibility that. Spends years fighting the DOJ and it gets it takes its eye on the ball and or it doesn't make moves that it would want to make because it's in a lawsuit and it has one upset the government anymore, and this is what people at Microsoft said happened at Microsoft when they were fighting the US government twenty years ago. Microsoft ended up winning that because sort of there was going to break up settlement for for Microsoft and ended up not happening in Microsoft kind of got away with punishment except that Microsoft ended up missing out entirely on the mobile business and there are Microsoft people who say we did that because we we took our eye off the ball and There's an argument that just bringing the lawsuit and just occupying Google. Is Sort of a punishment in and of itself Peter you mentioned your story which talked about the fact that there's a lot of people on both the left and the right who've been calling to break up big tech. He's going after Google. Specifically, you made a great point which is that you had this sort of unlikely alliance between the trump justice department, which is bringing this lawsuit and folks on the Left like Elizabeth Warren who are. Glad. That Google is getting some skirting for the first time in a while. They're very glad and to be clear you know it's not just that it's a left right thing. I mean, the Lisbeth Warren Detests Bill. Burr she calls him a corrupt trump crony who should resign. And then literally, in the next sentence in a statement, they gave to me said and he should go ahead and pursue this lawsuit. And you know it's as basic as as anime enemy is my friend. The slightly more sophisticated argument is we can't wait to work with the DOJ that we love. We need to work with the DOJ we have. We've been waiting to restrain google for a decade or more, and we can't wait on this. It's gotta go. I want to ask about the timing of this. there. have been reports that this was sort of sped out right that there's an election coming up once every possible accomplishment that he can talk about to happen before Election Day. Do you see any evidence that this was rushed at all or what do you make of kind of reporting that? This is politically motivated to at least begin to unfold before Election Day there was a report from the New York Times in particular said. There's dissension within the DOJ career staff wanted to go slower and that bar was moving to make this go faster and he wanted to happen this fall. The intimation is this would be sort of a political action. It's possible. We certainly have seen Donald Trump rail against big tech companies especially in the last couple of weeks, he has to set anything about this suit today and and to be fair this is a little a little abstract I think for people to sorta understand and you know. I'm not a political expert, but it doesn't seem like this is going to move a vote. That said, you know it's Donald Trump era everything's very weird and and it's To ask questions about something like like the timing on this right? I mean. The timing is step back. Though as you mentioned earlier, this is a years long game. You know he trump I get to say he's begun the lawsuit, but obviously, this is not happening. Yeah. A more practical way of thinking about or another another way of thinking about it that folks have suggested to me is this is likely the biggest case in bill bars career and that if he doesn't file it now or at least before. He may not get a chance to file it because Donald Trump may not be president come January. So the rushes for Bill Bar to get this thing through and have his stamp on it. This a lawsuit that is gonNA live for a long time. Right it could live in Abidin Justice Department right and that he wanted to be the one to bring yes it may sir it is very likely to continue a Biden Justice Department and that bill bars looking at this sort of with a historical frame like this will be my contribution to antitrust.
Los Angeles Deputy Saved Partner's Life After Ambush Shooting While Injured
"Tonight. We're learning new details about the shooting ambush that left to Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies severely wounded. Let's bring. Sarah, she's on the scene for a Sarah one of the deputies actually saved your partners life while she was bleeding from face wound. Tell us what happened. It was absolutely incredible. Both of the deputies are still alive partly because of the reaction by thirty one year old mother of a six-year-old, both deputies still here in critical but stable condition. And incredible show of bravery, a thirty, one year old La, a sheriff's deputy profusely bleeding from a bullet to the face is seen helping save her twenty four year old partner. She applies a tourniquet to his bloodied arm and helps him move behind a pillar to avoid taking on more fire. Both have already been shot multiple times. Surveillance video shows the ambush a shooter fires into. Their car while they sit in their vehicle outside a stop and calm ten female deputy after getting shot both of them four five times her with a broken jaw in the face stepped out gave a tourniquet to her fellow deputy who had been shot in the head is well, probably saved his life while calling for help she and her partner had just become deputies fourteen months ago. I'll pointer the mother of a six-year-old is seen here. She proudly graduated from the Police Academy and Twenty One thousand nine hundred as they are recovering from their injuries at the hospital a callous call for their death by a gathering of about I people outside the hospital. The leader of the group that calls itself L. as Africa town coalition says he hopes the shooting is in retaliation for the shooting of black and Brown people by the. The most recent shooting sparked protests in Compton when deputies shot Dijon, Kizzie for an alleged bicycle. The family says Kizzie was shot in the back and investigation is still underway visit star of retribution. Very. Good start. The Ell ast has faced serious controversy over the years. It's sheriff convicted of lying in twenty sixteen was fired and jailed. There has also been a lawsuit brought accusing deputies of forming a gang inside the department. The most recent accusation and a complaint by a deputy whistle blower said in a deposition deputies formed a gang called the executioners incompetent. He says, they supported the same tattoos and used excessive force on suspects me being a field training officer. Supervisor and I have to. report this this behavior, this sheriff Deputies Union responded to those claims, the accusations of there being criminal gangs within the sheriff's department. That's ridiculous. But Union Representative Hernandez and some longtime content residents say the idea of retaliation like this is sickening to the to the people the group that came out here and and screamed we hope you die that in itself is also pathetic maybe not. As bad as the guy that actually pulled the trigger, but it's just as bad. We don't want those police officers to die. You know we don't want that. That's a tragedy and our prayers go out for those officers and their families. Yes. As the issue you know we, we believe that there should be some kind of reform police department. You know what to make it better for everybody.
Manhunt intensifies for gunman who shot two deputies in LA
"Tonight the manhunt intensifying for the gunman who ambushed to La County Sheriff's deputies, shooting them as they sat in their SUV, critically injuring both the sheriff's department releasing surveillance video of the shooting. We're about to show you in a moment. There's a warning that it is disturbing. Sarah. Ner. Is Out Front. This is the moment to Los Angeles County. Sheriff's deputies are ambushed. The shooter walks up to their parked squad car and Fires Multiple Times. Both are hit at point blank range outside of metro station in Compton. act. the two deputies were doing their job minding their own business watching out for the safety of the people on the train and. Seen some just walk up and just start shooting on them it. It pisses me off. A thirty one year, old mother and her twenty four year old partner a rushed to the hospital. Both have only been on the force fourteen months. The Sheriff says both were shot in the head. The female deputy was able to apply attorney came to her partner who was also bleeding from his arm recklessly they both survived. Outside the hospital, a small practice of just five people are so appears screaming at police. When says he hopes for the death of the deputies? iphone. The protester holding the phone identifies himself as a member of La's African town coalition a group not nationally known before he set out, he took to facebook I've been depressed, but this right here lightens my heart right because you know share department has murdered too many of our brothers and sisters matter of fact, law enforcement throughout the country has murdered too many of our brothers and says, this is the start of retribution. Then I think this is a very good. Starr's office the Mayor of Los Angeles. Reacting Strongly to his palace comments there's no place in civilized. Society for anybody to draw arm to shoot our law enforcement officers that put their lives on the line and I won't ever let a couple of voices that not only are uncalled for but it's important to say something like that both president trump and democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden weighing in on the shooting trump express his outrage to supporters in Nevada on Sunday you. So video of that animal that went up to the car did everybody see that There's animal this animal goes up to the car to unsuspecting fine people there was fine people. I mean they're in very grave condition as you know, Biden responded with this statement acts of lawlessness and violence directed against police officers are unacceptable outrageous and entirely counterproductive to the pursuit of greater peace and justice in America as are the actions of those who cheer such attacks on those who perpetrate these crimes must be brought to justice and if convicted face the full brunt of the law. And we spoke to a member of the community here who's lived here his whole life and he said as as a black business owner here he says, he absolutely is disgusted with hearing people say they hope that the deputies die he says absolutely no in this community truly believes that and they are praying for the deputies as for what is happening. But they are still in a major manhunt scenario looking for the person responsible for shooting these two deputies have they have just now up to the reward from one hundred, thousand to one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand to anyone with information that leads to an arrest. All. Right Sarah thank you a horrific.
2 California deputies shot in apparent ambush in patrol car
"To Los Angeles county sheriff's deputies are shot multiple times and critically wounded as they sat in their patrol car in what officials say was an ambush by a lone gunman it happened Saturday evening in Compton surveillance video shows the shooter I did buy one of the deputies as a man walk up to the car and opened fire share file to build a waiver says his deputies were ambushed INEC Howard Lee fashion this is just a sovereign minor that this is a it's a dangerous job and you know actions words have consequences and our job is not get any easier because people don't like law enforcement in a way that says one deputy is a thirty one year old mother of a six year old the other a twenty four year old male both sworn into the force fourteen months ago both underwent surgery I'm Julie Walker
Borderline Personality Disorder: Listen with Care
"Dot Oregan. Dialectical behavior therapy dbt has become the gold standard for borderline personality disorder and studies are starting to go head to head with dbt and clinical trials. Reviewed one that fared well good. Psychiatric management in our summer issue and a new one just came out of Australia a study by Carlo Watson and colleagues from the University of Newcastle. It tested conversational therapy, which uses careful listening and the therapeutic relationship as the fulcrum of change. Over fourteen months one, hundred, sixty, two patients with borderline personality disorder were randomized dbt or conversational therapy both therapies are twice a week. Conversational involves two one on one sessions and DBT and individual in a group session both therapies were equally effective thing that matters most and borderline personality self injury. DBT had a greater effect on depression possibly because it employs more behavior activation than conversational therapy does both therapies had similar effects on core symptoms of borderline. So what is this conversational therapy that fared? Pretty decently against dbt it's sometimes called psycho dynamic interpersonal therapy. The therapist listens empathic lead to the patient reflecting back what they here with statements rather than questions and mutual I. WE language the goal is to help the patient develop a coherent narrative and a healthy sense of self and to look for Moshe Misunderstandings in the room and repair them as they happen. So the patient can learn from their relationship with the therapist and apply what they've learned to patterns in relationships in their own life. Conversational therapy was developed by psychiatrist. Robert Hudson and Russell Mir's and Mir's wrote a guide to it in two thousand twelve. The bottom line tried and true methods of psychotherapy like careful empathic listening and actively
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"Eight nonstop from Vienna metro to the Pentagon for scheduled info visit Fairfax connector dot com merry to pump the WTP traffic partly sunny skies this afternoon for your Saturday but it's a blustery one we're going to see those winds picking up out of the northwest anywhere from fifteen to gusts closer to twenty five miles per hour making those wind chills feel like twenties this afternoon it will be warmer tomorrow we're looking at plenty of sunshine Sunday highs in the fifties a chance of showers Monday night sixties for the first part of the week with rain on Tuesday I'm storm team four meteorologist Brianna Berman solo twenty eight degrees in Rockville twenty nine at Dulles airport twenty eight right now in Washington at eight fifty one so what season is it anyway the mild winter isn't the only thing confusing us you've probably heard of two different markers for the start of spring meteorological spring starts tomorrow well astronomical spring starts on March nineteenth storm team four is Matt Ritter says meteorological spring always consists of March April and may well astronomical spring begins on the equinox and that date can change meteorologists organize the seasons in these nice easy months to make statistical comparisons of climate data much easier he says if anyone asks you what season it is tomorrow you can safely say it is still winter new this morning breaking news that we are following the United States and the Taliban have signed a peace agreement aimed at ending an eighteen year long conflict in Afghanistan U. S. troops are to be withdrawn to eighty six hundred from about thirteen thousand in the four to five months following today's signing meantime the U. S. will withdraw all all with all remaining troops in fourteen months if the Taliban meets commitments to prevent terrorism secretary of state Mike Pompeii was speaking now at a press conference in Kabul we will bring you more in the minutes ahead a Maryland man has been sentenced to thirty two months in prison for filing a phony documents in a lawsuit links to the Bill Cosby sex assault case federal investigators said the forty eight year old Joseph Johnson had a phony court documents filed in support of Cosby that was purportedly signed by a lawyer for accuser Andrea Constand a jury convicted Johnson of identity theft and making false statements authorities are investigating whether deputies shared graphic photos of the helicopter crash scene where Kobe Bryant his thirteen year old daughter and seven others were killed the Los Angeles sheriff's department says it's investigating the allegations which were detailed in an LA times reporter Bryant in the others were killed in the January twenty sixth helicopter crash northwest of LA there's a new way to get information or tap into city services in Alexandria it's a new app called Alex three one one six three one one connection the city rolled out throughout this week including this video explaining how it works Alexandria says you can access about one hundred seventy five services with the new app one example if you see a pothole or broken street sign or something like that you can snap a photo with the app and request a repair you'll get an email back to details what will be done and when prince George's county Arlington DC in Fairfax county all have similar apps Alex three one one is available for iOS and android devices Kyle Cooper WTOP news garden editor Mike McGrath with your W. T. O. P. garden plot of the day Janet posted this message on the W. T. O. P. Facebook page when can I plant a lot like bush I boarded cosco yesterday well first I want to urge.
"fourteen month" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"On what this heavy weight do will mean to the sport in the near future end up right now Hysan fury Deontay Wilder two and it's on ESPN plus as a pay per view I'm into this I'm excited but I was a kid everybody got excited about heavyweight boxing but it's been a minute it's been a while was the last time there was a heavy weight boxing fight as anticipated as this one we've gone through a long dry spell a long dry spell of heavy weight boxing that has mattered so what I think is on the line this weekend is not just the heavy weight belt not just a title fight but it's at least a short term future of heavyweight boxing is this a good fight we could be set up for maybe four total fights between Wilder and fury and that time frame would carry the heavy weight division while you look for other stars I think they already have I actually think that somewhere about a year ago we started entering the new portal of the new golden age of the heavyweight division with what they did the first time in LA with a shocking upset of Ruiz against Anthony Joshua with this promotion and already seeing this title wave of hype and buzz and helpful relevant the level of relevance and awareness is off the charts right now all right let's bring in Dan ray feel E. S. P. N. as senior boxing writer and Dan mile making the rounds cohort that subject of just how important this fight is for boxing keeps popping up you written that this is their biggest heavyweight championship vices Lennox Lewis Mike Tyson in two thousand two you've covered boxing for a long time including when heavy weights ruled the sport in town some time since that's been the case so characterize the importance of this fight but the sport because it's featuring two heavy weights our jobs are very important for the sport a lot of reasons number one it's it's it's a it's a wrap for quite a lot of people and for the first time around fourteen months ago which was seen by a lot of people but if you know if in two huge paper numbers because these are two guys that weren't nearly as well known fourteen months ago they are today and that was one of the reasons why even though they had talked about doing an immediate rematch they were very close to a deal our our security end up switching things up you may do well publicize the Greenwood pop right to come to do is I Tonya and platforms and and they all decided to end it but you guys would have to enter a place which they did they won both of them are you know they're taking a gamble obviously by doing that but they made it through those pipes and because of those fights and all the publicity that in abundance around it Wilder but more so fury it may decide to do a much bigger deal people really weren't dissipating and like I said first grade you know first I was a terrific fight either to be larger the lifeguards Richard because now these are both undefeated have contractors filed in the sense that Wilder is those monsters sponsored continent you know slick boxer for a big guy like that an inmate in a big bowl promoted the heck out of the fight and they have a chilly personalities and their age or not only all that stuff I just can't imagine but here's the key yes for the real bonafide legit have you we changed the world alter respect Anthony Joshua some belts but beyond they've got his bell and Tyson fury the lineal champion the winner of this fight the number one everywhere in the world and the honest to goodness champ Hey Dan you just touched on it styles make fights fury more boxer Wilder moreover puncher which style better suited to win this fight what's interesting you say that because you would you would you could call now in bigger reasons on both ends because obviously a lot of people bothered by boxing fury or the right corner of the first flight but there are those that bought that day while there you get out because you got those two knockdowns particularly to go under the number one of course it's alternative to knock down bad your health status for his direction however coming individually match winners while they're not exactly not to change his style he's he's gonna try to go out there and you know what hammer him and and where the right hand and swore knocked out I sincerely I said you know and we can we can all choose to believe or not we'll find out in the you don't know about our distributor that he could not he said he didn't want on the card you know because like if you felt like you did so we decided to put on a little more weight in great shape but the way in and he's gonna go to while they try to get knocked out but he doesn't trust the judges and he's going to try to sort of back up the guy the clipboard you know it'll either be a brilliant strategy will be suicide Dan you just touched on it fury tip the scales at two seventy three while other two thirty one is only two twelve and I have that first fight how might the weight disparity impact this match up for either fighter I don't know but I have that much of a good thing to do with it in terms of the days wait but of course I like you said about two twelve to twelve and a half he added he was sick leading up to that but he couldn't keep the weight on you know and and so that was the reason that he was so light for that fight is heaviest reform of the way and today was a couple of fights was two twenty nine generally did not know the low to mid two point I think you know you can only put on a little bit more and when I went around and will be that much more powerful in terms of the way first theory I think maybe they're coming to be believed by him saying he wants a deal in which the temperature out and put a lot more power behind those shops which is literally put the weight on I two seventy three you look pretty good if you compare it to seventy three days away and and then you want to go back just not that long ago it's close by but he came back after the long thirty one employee up when he was doing all this personal problems it was two seventy six for that by three pounds because anyway not that big of a deal but you look at a picture of him today in order to take somebody bought for severity in that compact quite it's night and day he was not in good shape about Chris Lighty was you know much more flab in no no totally out of shape the pounds lighter for this fight still to seven three within look like in much much much much better shape for this fight no control him you know it you too can you give all that up to seventy three our next appointment much better way to do where to send your sex not that long ago I talked with ESPN senior writer Dan ray feel Dan up you know we've been around these these fighters from from the standpoint of it being the end all be all how important is this fight for Tyson fury it's important for both fighters because they want to establish that legacy yep yeah I want to prove what the result of the first one that I was wrong and that you know either of them deserve they believe that they deserve the win but what people should remember also that year when they made the deal for despite that takes place on Saturday it was a two fight deal which means that regardless of the outcome Saturday there is most likely going to be a third party will be a trilogy by the end of this year the winner of the fight is obligated to an immediate rematch a loser of the fight as thirty days exercised options of the loser can get out of the ring after they don't want to do it but the winner if the if the losers says I want the rematch they have no choice to not die after about thirty days after the deadly up after Saturday's I don't let the other side know what they're going to do but given the money given the stakes even their competitive spirits given the fact that most of us think it's gonna be a good bye to you know probably some competitive well I think it starts you know you can never say for sure does a lot of changes when the flight takes place but if he's looking into the fight you have to think that most likely there will be a third party vendor this year which opponents are about being together so much and are the two best heavyweights out there right now then you mentioned the personalities are also selling this fight as well when you when you when it's all said and done what are your expectations in terms of who wins and why well my expectations have been the same ever since this lineup was complicated enough I feel like you know even though I have a lot of respect for the ability to I can hear you there are the children of boxer argument so much credit for all the pain he overcome his perspective on issues with drugs or alcohol in his his forthrightness about talk about his problems with mental health are you know you know you should be commended for that exact provider also but it's very hard to stay away from the other one on the right hand for twelve rounds only one man has ever done it it was Tyson fury in the draw and also bring bring when he won the title but we probably have heard in a rematch the item in one round so the only got to go the distance to not lose that you allow others been procured however he was within a split second being knocked out on our site is locked out of the way I looked at it was it beyond a Wilder scored that same knocked down a hundred times ninety nine times the guy's going to be out in the post like Yuri was that we got it was surviving I don't think you do that twice in a row against younger Wilder so I'm pickin wild about obviously knocked out then this is me hearkening back to some good memories of making the rounds always a pleasure you always a pleasure Dan appreciate it thank you very much Jim advertisement hi we touched on if this is important for fury because we've heard Wilder talk legacy so you have to wonder just how much fury eats drinks and breathes boxing teddy atlas as a good idea who it means more to he was on goal can we go the other guy is an entertainer the other guy has a story where you know he overcame drug abuse depression he was thinking suicidal thoughts and they came back to life even as we watch it it's a perfect segue into it it's almost like he's thinking about whether or not he wants to get out and he got up and he's got a story for people that when you think you can get up you can still get out and it's a great story is kinda like George foreman when he came back for the people that will fifty years almost sixty years old he told him that it's not over well he's told people that you can always get back up in life he has that that's a legacy that's going to stay with them he's a one already if you look at it that way the way I'm looking at a few only one already he can't lose yeah we look forward to with the NHL's best team adds another weapon the night on.
"fourteen month" Discussed on KOMO
"Then and then the summer again then it's summer again I cannot believe that it's gonna be twenty twenty it's just it it certainly is just my time go it's so true Holly it's so true so Holly Menino from companies my good friend is joining us here and you could watch Holly me every single weekday morning by the way program plug yeah right we might as well I can do whatever I want to do I just along for the ride and the co pilot I love it it's great so you could watch Holly garage myself a couple of morning news every single weekday morning starting at four thirty so we talked about what happened with the babies yes and some great tips there now we're going into the toddlers okay the top which is one of those things where so many people say if you have an opportunity to travel with your newborn it's so easy well my gosh yeah there too now you're going one to two and a half they want to run around they want to do stuff they don't understand do they understand what no is yet some do some don't but you know so much of it is they their mobile the babies are easy because a lot of times they sleep they stay put but you know once your little one start walking they want to walk they're curious which is wonderful but it's really hard on an airplane it's really stressful for parents to to keep them seated so I think my number one tips might my several tips for this time of life is you know your kids get mobile around well my daughter was walking in eleven months myself walking a fourteen month so just ranges but then again preparation is key when it comes to traveling with toddlers and I think the more distractions you can pack in that diaper bag the better that flight is going to be so for me I always pack lots and lots of snacks different snacks so that I can be kind of distracting them with snacks and feeding them as we go not to mention to you we don't really buy airplane food my kids never really liked it so it's a lot easier to have organize snacks in my bag on hand the other thing is too I mention distractions and that to me is just lots of little things to do in the diaper bag what I like to do status I go to the dollar store I buy ten dollars worth of a something for cuts in and then ten dollars worth of something for eve and these are random things like stickers coloring books a little toy car a little toy doll I mean could be a little army people could be all kinds of different things and I don't show them those toys until we get onto the plane so I start pulling fun things like out of our little diaper bag and I use that I stretch that out throughout the length of the flights like a magic trick kit is a magic trick right exactly oh my gosh little come up with that and then we play with those for a while they like then they haven't seen them before and that takes up some time and then maybe we go to the stickers we put like five hundred stickers on one piece of paper but then that takes some time and then we might have a little bit of a snack and we just kind of do that throughout the flight and as we did mention I traveled to Hawaii a lot those flights are five and a half hours and I try to stretch that out and I hope at some point they fall asleep I've been pretty fortunate because my kids to sleep on planes so there is a nap typically involved on these flights but that's not the case for everybody and so I think just having those things on hand maybe a little goodie bag if you will of like ten dollars worth I'll love that at ten dollars has saved me time and time again right and it's ten dollars well worth it over and over again right and yes absolutely incredible idea if you don't have a dollar store nearby you can just hop online and just get a bunch of different and you know whether comes to coloring books what have you and then you can get up you know and taking like a fun little goody back for that I love that I want you to answer this question after the break okay this question is when do you decide to buy a seat okay okay and yes I did buy a C. because normally to an under you sit on a lap but into it might be able to tricky so I might answer that coming up after this short break we'll be right back.
"fourteen month" Discussed on WTVN
"Show thank you so much for listening this is so this is so kids you know this is soul what kids do there is a toddler that is obsessed with a creepy man again doll head well what this is is a little kids you know they get obsessed I don't know if the favorite a favorite toy are bookers something whatever they decide that they like and then it becomes they they obsess over it they got to have it with them maybe to go to sleep maybe not just have it with them a lot of times it is you know for bed time or whatever well there is a there's a kid is fourteen months old his name is Harry Hey he's a lives in England and his mom is the one obviously telling the story and he's fixated on a a life size female doll head that's normally use like as a hair styling training tool so think about this there is a there's a you know it's a life size female doll head this fourteen month old kid is fixated on it and he has to have it to actually even go to sleep now what happened was the mom introduced this doll so was dad can help put him to bed till because her son would play with her hair in order to fall sleep when he was younger so would she tries to you know get up and pull ourselves out of that situation as he gets older she's like all my gosh I can't continue to do this so they introduced this doll that could possibly help him go to bed and so it's the same this is where it gets really creepy the doll's hair is the same color and length as the moms so Harry took to the the kid took to the doll immediately even name the doll Baba any has to take it wherever he goes in a sleep for that and all of that stuff imagine in the middle of the night that you're coming in and you may be here half asleep because you're you know the kids crying or whatever and then you forget that this this doll's head is like right in the crew over the bed I'd lose my mom would be died just think about that I mean that's one very interesting way that a kid is obsessed with something and yet another wave parents go whatever it takes to get this kid to sleep whatever it takes to move them forward and not have them you know up all night are freaking out been there done that don't know I do that though I know it's crazy eight to one W. T. V. N. one eight hundred six ten WTVN do you does does your kid or did your kid growing up have some sort of an obsession about something like that and just couldn't make it without whatever it is that's what I'm after here and obviously the crazier the better like for instance.
"fourteen month" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Fourteen months later if you do two thousand dollars a month and you got that leave you fifteen hundred Bucks a month to live on Brent cheap everything no life fourteen months later fourteen months later you're not cool but you're free can debt free Richard go online that you know now we have a whole new definition of cool I think that that means that you're a grown up if you have a right definition of gold cool good job well done I made a fifty four year old who are grown ups by the way their definition of cool was driving a car they can't afford going on vacation so I can afford so their friends on Instagram or impressed and they're fifty four years old making a hundred and ten dollars year free can broke and that's not cool that's why Ying that's putting forth an image that is in fraudulent it is not true sure you can do this you can do this you can do this I'm proud of you I think you're going to do this give a copy of on put on hold copy of total money makeover sure how to do it call me back yeah do your debt free screen when you get out of that only hear from you Franklin Ohio Hey Frank how are you a day on the wall our you better than I deserve what's up awesome okay so I've got kind of a more of a moral question here so I I recently graduated college I've been out for about a year and a half I've been working with great paying job living at my parents house they were nice enough to let me come back home and save up some money trying to reach my goal of putting twenty percent down on the house five years out of college and they they've given me a gift my college education all of my loans that they're paying for all the things associated with college as well I've kind of built myself a nice nest egg and my question is should I step up.
"fourteen month" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of BK he Jenny bondholders and wild card victims of join forces and propose their own bankruptcy reorganization plan as they helped arrest control of the bankrupt company from its stockholders the San Francisco Chronicle reported the two groups told P. genies bankruptcy job a judge rather that their proposal would include a twenty four billion dollar settlement that would pay everyone owed money because of the fire started by the company's power lines in recent years we'll be genie is offered to pay individual victims from a trust capped at eight point four billion well we're going in depth now on an incredible teacher from Rio Americano high school not only as Brian Asher run sixty two marathons these travel to one hundred ninety one of the one hundred ninety six countries in the world he travels solo with a backpack and just got back from a fourteen month tour of C.. another hundred countries Brian says he likes to keep it flexible I love it when can chat might stay an extra week or two if I'm feel like I've seen it I want to move on I try to tie my hands are too many flights are too many things books I tend to get there asked local people and figure it out on the fly which would freak some people out but I've done a lot inside know that it works and gives me ultimate flexibility when people invite you in have you stay with them you can stay extra days you're not forcing yourself to move on so I love that flexibility and that is something that you do the way that you travel unlike the way most of us travel you get to know the people in the countries and cities that you visit and they embrace you yeah I think we see a lot of negative stereotypes impressed about how people in places are dangerous and scary and I've just been overwhelmed by the human kindness and the way I've been received all over the world in countries even with negative stereotypes and as a solo traveller they see me looking for help asking for help asking questions and I've been invited in to homes for meals to stay with them and I will just scratch any of my plans for what a local invites me over includes me in their families activities because that just makes the country come to life and out of the one hundred and ninety one countries he seen so far what's his favorite I love the outdoors I worked as a backpacking guide signed by stirs the outdoors more so than the than cities Nepal is beautiful New Zealand Patagonian Chile Argentina I loved but I throw Pakistan which I mentioned earlier. to me to have can she that's that beautiful that much culture you open your eyes and like a second you know you're another can she with the smell the street food the bazaars the clothing in the way their chests and so to have that with zero tourists for me I love it when you're the only tourists there because the hospitality just gets ratcheted up they welcome you in so for me Pakistan's in my top five countries I would recommend it to everyone but if you've experienced traveler that is looking for something different unique off the beaten path countries like Pakistan are are terrific and why go to every country of Ryan was encouraged by his late brother to get out and see the world and he does it in his memory I just felt since that day that I was living for the two of us and that is my goal to go out and do these things and break through these limitations to travel to visit every country in the world is something we always talked about to visit all these places together and so to live for him into just set that bar high and said not to let fear ignorance stop you and just see how much love and how much support there is from people all over the world to let people know that there's a good people everywhere that yes there are people that you know you need to be careful out but there's so many more good people than bad and to share that with people and so for me to be able to be this close and have six left wrist looking forward to sharing my story and hopefully inspiring people to you know put out fear limitation it whatever way it is and if there's something that drives you motivates you to do not to postpone it right now Brian's back teaching Spanish at Rio but he's gonna make his goal of a hundred ninety six countries he's planning for it we have some remarkable photos and some videos on our website a Cape became but he also has his own YouTube channel and website it's the world hiker and you can hear more for him too at Cape you cannot come the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill Prine Asher quite remarkable it's five twenty now at news ninety three point one KFBK traffic.
"fourteen month" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Of BK he Jenny bondholders and wild card victims of join forces and propose their own bankruptcy reorganization plan as they hope to wrest control of the bankrupt company from its stockholders the San Francisco Chronicle reported the two groups told P. genies bankruptcy job a judge rather that their proposal would include a twenty four billion dollar settlement that would pay everyone owed money because of the fire started by the company's power lines in recent years we'll be genie is offered to pay individual victims from a trust capped at eight point four billion well we're going in depth now on an incredible teacher from Rio Americano high school that only as Brian Asher run sixty two marathons these travel to one hundred ninety one of the one hundred ninety six countries. the world he travels solo with a backpack and just got back from a fourteen month tour of seeing another hundred countries Brian says he likes to keep it flexible I love it one country I might stay an extra week or two if I'm feel like I've seen it I want to move on I try to tie my hands are too many flights are too many things books I tend to get there asked local people and figure it out on the fly which would freak some people out but I've done a lot inside know that it works and gives me ultimate flexibility when people invite you in have you stay with them you can stay extra days you're not forcing yourself to move on so I love that flexibility and that is something that you do the way that you travel unlike the way most of us travel you get to know the people in the countries and cities that you visit and they embrace you yeah I think we see a lot of negative stereotypes impressed about how people in places are dangerous and scary and I've just been overwhelmed by the human kindness and the weapon receives all over the world in countries even with negative stereotypes and as a solo traveller they see me looking for help asking for help asking questions and I've been invited in to homes for meals to stay with them and I will just scratch any of my plans for what a local invites me over includes me in their families activities because that just makes the country come to life and out of the one hundred and ninety one countries he seen so far what's his favorite I love the outdoors I worked as a backpacking guide signed by stirs the outdoors more so than the than cities Nepal is beautiful New Zealand Patagonian Chile Argentina I loved but I throw Pakistan which I mentioned earlier. to me to have can she that's that beautiful that much culture you open your eyes and like a second you know you're another can she with the smell the street food the bazaars the clothing in the way their chests and so to have that with zero tourists for me I love it when you're the only tourists there because the hospitality just gets ratcheted up they welcome you in so for me Pakistan's in my top five countries I would recommend it to everyone but if you've experienced traveler that is looking for something different unique off the beaten path countries like Pakistan are are terrific and why go to every country Brian was encouraged by his late brother to get out and see the world and he does it in his memory I just felt since that day that I was living for the two of us and that is my goal to go out and do these things and break through these limitations to travel to visit every country in the world is something we always talked about to visit all these places together and so to live for him into just set that bar high and said not to let fear ignorance stop you and just see how much love and how much support there is from people all over the world to let people know that there's a good people everywhere that yes there are people that you know you need to be careful out but there's so many more good people than bad and that to share that with people and so for me to be able to be this close and have six left wrist looking forward to sharing my story and hopefully inspiring people to you know put out fear limitation it whatever way it is and if there's something that drives you motivates you to do not to postpone it right now Brian's back teaching Spanish at Rio but he's going to make his goal of a hundred ninety six countries he's planning for it we have some remarkable photos and some videos on our website a Cape became but he also has his own YouTube channel and website it's the world hiker and you can hear more for him too at Cape you cannot come the afternoon news with Kitty o'neill Prine Asher quite remarkable it's five twenty now at news ninety three point one KFBK traffic.
"fourteen month" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Bye Chicago cut steakhouse Tito's handmade vodka ends custom suits and ESPN Chicago and real Kwan will be on with the boys from five to six from Chicago cut tomorrow that's the way to kick off training camp which starts the following day and but and Monday will be doing this fine program starting at nine you'll be there with me correct and the following Monday will be back there again and you'll be with me and this Monday I'll be down there all day because I'm doing sports talk live from there as well how cool is it though that Roque one Smith has to be a camp Thursday and he's going to be at Chicago cut tomorrow with water that's awesome that's a mensch move Roque once made mention no question and if you were there for the Rick Sutcliffe Gallo last Thursday at Chicago cut a year in store for a good time very good stories are told a lot of fun and great food drink there you go sweet Lou canalis is a mensch is well and he joins us now the star over at fox thirty two sweet little good morning how are you get what's up our our yeah how are you gonna Patrick what's up Louis you ready for some football this week my gash in my ready I've been ready for the last month and actually I was I was ready that day after perky miss that that he'll go and no question about it where are you now like in Santorini or making notes not yet not yet know when you have a fourteen month old David you're not able to just hop on a plane and head degrees for a few weeks yeah so exactly right you know I know I know you guys have your own kids and you understand what it's like to be a new father and it's one of the greatest experiences it is the greatest experience I've ever had in my life and I'm enjoying every single minute of it but it means that jumping on planes singling agrees just are going to happen for a little while yeah god bless you and you and your wife alright let's talk about the netting a guaranteed rate you were there last night there are a number of media types as well there what was your take away and how it looks how it was received all right let's start with how it looks I think it looks great to honor what is it to one of five feet down the left field line to ten down the right field line goes as high as forty five feet white mash if your when he we we shout our camera from about twenty rows back and you could barely notice it twenty rows back obviously as you get closer to the netting it becomes more visible what I really had an issue with because I was there when the fans gatt were allowed into guaranteed right the issue is the interaction between the fans and the players and you know you have a lot of kids especially at this time of the year our school is out going to the ballpark wanting to either get balls for autographs from the players and it it's just a real tough chore now yeah you know they're there I saw a couple of instances where they were pulling back the netting a number of kids that go on over into the outfield corners with an ending and to get those balls of those autographs but access to the players just isn't there like you used to be and I think guys that this is an issue for the white Sox because if you're talking about a young white Sox why you're trying to develop white Sox fans at a young age to appreciate the players like Moncada and Jimenez and that in a reaction is going to be difficult between the fans and the players Lou I get it I I understand that some fans had to the ball park and on their to do list is to get a foul ball or get a ball during B. P. or reach out and touch Jose a brave you or Moncada as they make their way by but I also understand safety is of the utmost importance here and I don't look any change that we have in society if there was resistance when it became a lot of wear seat belts all right I get that but at the end of the day I think there will be a happy medium where they'll figure out engineering wise a couple places to have an opening in the netting or have it you know B. retractable to be able to calm down and then go back up once the action starts but I think initially the white Sox being at the forefront of this movement and other time constraints they probably could not construct this netting where there are spots where there can be fan interaction with players yeah I actually just got a text from a friend of mine who played in the big leagues for many years Gary Bennett use a catcher and he said there is a way and I think leads to what you're saying that they need some time in the off season were you can lift the netting up and it'll drop it down to win game time starts or have a Downer batting practice lifted up where they get signed autographs then drop it back down and you know we'll keep down however it needs to be so stressed out right for told us use the V. P. of communications for the white Sox organization that you're Reinsdorf talk to is this team internally at the beginning of the season about doing this now you guys got to realize that they actually put this netting up in six weeks so you're right that there will at the conclusion of this season they will sit back and they'll say okay listen the interaction between the players and the fans your nation so we need to work on that is noting that we can last and then for rock as soon as the game stops don't mess with it I think that one hundred percent I am in favor of with the white Sox have done here and I can remember as a young boy going out to the ballpark the old Comiskey park guys and I was fortunate said about six rows behind the white Sox stuck out and my uncle set the row in front of my father and I and Cecil Krueger was at the plate bart Johnson was preaching to the white Sox on the left the ripped one into the crowd my uncle had turned around and was talking to us okay it nearly took his hat off so it is impossible to expect fans I'm not even talking about baring your your head in your phone it is impossible to expect fans to spend one hundred percent of the time and the crowd watching what's going on on the field show and then you see what's happened over the last couple of days just the other day what two days ago in Cleveland Francisco indoor ripped one into the crowd and it hit a three year old and she ended up in the hospital I Sean Friday Jason Heyward read three consecutive foul balls into the crowd could have taken someone's head off I saw someone wash out of Wrigley Field I played the game listen even as a ball player the way the ball was coming off the bat these days reminds me of the way it used to come off the bat when I swung an aluminum bat playing high school ball and even as a player with the claws okay sometimes their ball moves like a knuckle ball out there he can't even control it with the glove and you're playing the game let alone as a stand with your bare hands in the crowd it needed to happen I applaud the white Sox do we get and you're right I think both the white Sox and every other team out there in Major League Baseball will come to some type of conclusion some type of agreement between all teams that will dictate what type of netting's put up and how that interaction remains between the players and fans do when you talk to fans there you said from twenty rows back it did not you know M. P. what you saw mice that my hockey tickets at the United center were behind the net off just a little to the left and that that did not bother us watching a hockey game what so ever did you get a number of people tell me this thanks I don't like the netting I had one group of fans said that they it needed to happen I had a father who had two boys with them who said that it was taking away from the game from the of the the fan experience not mind you I was there before the game I was in there while the game was going on so his his kids his boys were running around trying to get autographs and balls so he wasn't really talking to me in the respect that you know was ruining their queue if he was talking more in that it was affecting their interaction with the players and that the ability to get a baseball the ability to get a an autograph from the Marlins so let's also talk about Luke liability they talk at all about this because commissioner man for it is continually said yeah we're studying this and we're talking about it and not every team has gone to the level the white Sox am I know the nationals the Rangers are extending their netting but the socks were first in line for this the Sox talk at all about liability and that's why maybe some teams are doing this no they didn't but I can tell you that the white Sox are the only team in baseball that extended the netting all the way to a follow up calls the nationals at nationals park in DC it's done at the netting but not all the way to the follicles I'm not aware of what the Rangers it as of today I'm not mistaken those are the only three teams that have made an effort to extend the than adding past past the end of the dog out so liability wise Dave United I'd hate to comment on it the way our I'm not an attorney I understand what the back of the ticket says and it says that you sit in the stands and you know if you take the rest as a fan of Powerball comes into the crowd that's about all I know yeah and when they say you take the risk yeah you take the risk you accept of MLB is choosing the baseball so that they're coming off the face of the bat at a higher clip that might white thought that liability release waiver that they have on the back of all the tickets sort of baseball come on now Mr Manfred said that he has seen nothing of the sort thank you then then you talk to Justin lander like we did at the all star game and he's like listen I've been throwing this baseball my whole life don't tell me that there's something different about these baseball from years past no doubt let's switch gears a little bit here and and talk about the bears this is the time of the.
"fourteen month" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"To say something about the the breast feeding story at the shorter bond the woman was told she had to leave because she was breastfeeding her fourteen month old baby can't do that is to be good morning once again if you're going to press the you want to use discretion for the people around you but the aspect of recipe you're making the comment out here do you or how long or whatever I'm a doctor my field is their way dynamic in treating the back neck breast feeding is very very important in fact one of the main reasons for the ADD ADHD epidemic is lack of breast feeding because that act does develop proper musculature for child proper breeding which definitely impacted AT the doctor let me ask you this babies that are born in a race breastfeeding and babies that are that are on a bottle do they have a a stark difference when it comes to health yeah simply because you don't find sleep that may yeah and academic portion for eighty D. an epidemic proportions and populations of undeveloped country for breast feeding is prevalent the difference branch meeting commodes nasal breathing bottle feeding promotes mouth breathing interesting differential between the two is twenty percent oxygen up to the brain for developing child interesting begin will cause brain damage thank you ma'am we're up against the clock on her and I wonder are there any statistics that show that lack of breast feeding because a small hand that's a good question six fifty six and I.
"fourteen month" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"So what happened fourteen months ago that this views. So backtracking a little bit from fourteen months ago. We are originally from Miami, Florida. And when we lived in Miami, Gabriel's business was always doing really well I had a really nice well paying corporate job at the time as well. And we would spend freely we didn't have a budget. You know, had no restraints on our spending. And I was at a bit of a crossroads at my job and decided to make a career change and go back to school to get my PHD and we realized you know, this is the time to do it, we have the flexibility we were recently married. So we, we got up and packed our stuff up and move to Tallahassee Cy could enroll in a PHD program, and we maintain the same lifestyle. We really didn't want to acknowledge that our income had been cut in more than half, so we kept spending kept living the same life. We had back in Miami. And in the course of seven months, we had racked up over eleven thousand dollars in credit card debt. Yeah. Oh, crap moment. Right. We had an OBE crap moment. But the, the real crap milkman happened when we were also getting ready to buy a house. So we actually had her on fifteen thousand dollars in savings that we had put aside while we were working in Miami. And in January of two thousand eighteen we decided we wanted to be home owners and found a house that we loved, it was a fixer upper, and we knew that with Gabriel's handyman skills and renovation skills, we'd be able to, to take it on and tackle it, and we had our realtor sign of draft up, our offer letter. And we went through it, and we realize, we're about to put every single dollar that we have to our name into the down payment for this home and just start completely deplete our savings account and that same exact weekend, we actually came across your show, and it was the slap in the face that we need it. You know, we sat down, and it was a really hard pill to swallow. But we realized that we weren't absolutely no condition to purchase a home, and we decided instead to put the money we were saving for the down payment towards the credit card debt, and that started our debts no bowl and it was no looking back from there. So you been working crazy then. Yeah, just fourteen months knocking out the other. What twenty thousand bucks worth right, little? Yeah. About twenty twenty three thousand left. Wow. Good for you guys. Well done, so the secret to getting out of debt, the secret is make sure both you guys are on the same page of making paying off your debt being a number one priority. And to work from sunup to sundown wake up before the sun. Don't come home until you're ready to sleep. It'll be your job. She's in.
"fourteen month" Discussed on Scheananigans with Scheana Shay
"Oh, fourteen months. No of Jordan as do. She seems no. Ray e Karl dean wants to know how long your last relationship was. And why it ended my last relationship was on it? I was very young on and off for probably about two and a half years ultimately ended because we were both just doing things to pick. The other one off like we were both very at fault. Like, he would do things, and I'd be like watch this hope. We are very good, friends and talk all the time. So nice. Down that see there's a couple more. Sammy Samec wants to know the bus places to shop for petite late twenties girls in New York. Well, I mean, I love DARA. I literally that's all I lot of people asked about fashion as I know you do things on Instagram with affordable. A lot of money because it's also trends like I'm not going to what I'm wearing this. Like winter's. Yeah. Probably not going to wear it next winter unless it's like a classic piece. So I never spent a lot of money on trends. So like Zara forever twenty one h Anna, I was looking through all of your Instagram post. And I was like oh my God. Where'd you get this house? Don't even look I'm not going to be able to like ACO's, and I was like. Like one of those girls that's going on revolve in his like look at this topic for eight hundred dollars such a steel. That's my group Chhaya. I'm like can't I addressed guy also helped me I'm poor. Little little. Pretty little. Yeah. She gets basically their entire website new stuff. She's like fifteen things, but it's like only like two hundred dollars fifteen item. Yeah. I love it. I stand pretty little thing. Shut out. Yup. I haven't been to the news story. Don't Melrose pardon. Yeah. There's a story. Just we were in Australia. The opening it's right around the corner from diet and pay the Hugh stories they've unicorns, and it's all pink. I used to go. I know it I'm going I drive pass it, and I have been inside. So what are obviously forever twenty one? I e so Salah I love a stop shop top shop loved the top. Shop has great genes. Like the white genes that I I realize I wear them every single weekend. I wear them all summer from top shop. Okay. As saying I love that. Yeah. What are you doing the rest of today? You're there to what Friday I'm here till Friday. My mom is here with my brother. So we made like a little trip out of it. We're going to go out to dinner. And just like some drinks, I'll some will Janet, and I are going to be out and about tonight. So maybe. Off the craziness if you haven't been tomorrow night. We'll by the time. This airs it we'll have already aired. But tomorrow night, I'm on Hollywood medium. Oh my God. So I'm going to have a few people over and make one of my four stable dinner dishes. If. Oh my God. Is it real? Is it like whatever like Sheena and her mom both? Do you know that I'm jest with that? Same like, I go to a psychic at least once every six months. Yeah. Really? I ever told you come true or. Or predicted that has predicted like a lot of career things. Like, I was like look, dude, I'm here because I am I going to get married and am I gonna have kids yet chill out? You'll get married by thirty. Yeah. One of the things that Tyler Henry's. He was like I do see.
"fourteen month" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"This fourteen month low I like to treat every single Saturday. Like, this is it this is the last Iraq. This is the last chance this game seven of the World Series. We need to go. We need the best performance. We can get so contact network capital registered these loans, you know, look at term reduction. I look at Tynan the credit card debt, look, really eliminating anything. That's delinquent. Use your month off your mortgage strategically used the esker refund to something the value for your family. We're going to put all the pennies in this equation to something of good use. It starts with the call. It could. And with the result. Here's the here's the contact information for network capital. It's toll free at this number eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight eight hundred seven hundred eight zero six eight well since you mentioned the trifecta not to put you on the spot. But I'm hoping you can share some recent results from one of our listeners that achieves the trifecta last minute. Right right before I ran out the door. I grabbed a shorter term had all thirty year fixed that and I said, I just in case they wanna term reduction. I better have one of these. So I'm glad that we came equipped this week. So here's one of my favorites. And just so you guys know, this isn't even the best one I'm gonna give to you guys. I'm kinda going to save a little bit making guys kind of wait to the end. But here's my guys names. Mr. horn, he's from California. He's a listener to the mortgage radio show in San Francisco, California, that's on K SF. Oh, five sixty AM radio. Now, check this. He went thirty year fixed down to a fifteen year fixed. We trimmed one hundred and thirty eight payments of fat out of his life. That's the key number here. You're going to hear some payments savings in a minute. But just remember one hundred and thirty eight payments are gone. He hits a trim significant fat out of this loan. He got a hefty esker refund. His next better monthly payment is pushed out clear till may this loan closed in just.
"fourteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Sixteen year olds attempt to pass a mini van. Lead to a deadly four car crash on state route one thirty four just outside of Wilmington last night to passengers in the teens car were killed. They've been identified as twenty year old Wendy brewer and fourteen month old areola brewer the team driver was Aircar to the hospital while one of the other drivers involved suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The crash remains under investigation. Visitation gets underway soon for the rising sun police chief who died in a single vehicle wreck on his way to work last week numbering the life of the rising sun police chief so much more than than being incredible police chief, which he was he he added a level of personalization to it. Because this is a community grew up in mayor Brent Bascom last week visitation for police chief, David Hewitt. We'll be at rising sun high school from two to seven his funeral will also be there tomorrow morning. He would died in a car crash last week possibly because of icy road conditions, Jack crumley, News Radio seven hundred wwl w the measles could soon hit Ohio. According to some health experts if it's win, and and the only thing that's keeping it away is the vaccine's Dr Robert Frank works for Cincinnati children's hospital. He says the outbreak in Washington state could easily spread to other parts of the country. We can get anywhere in the world in under twenty four hours now, so you can pick something up get on a plane and come back before you even know you're sick. Dr Frank says, the main contributor to the outbreak is dropping rate of vaccinations. He says any potential risk of the vaccine does not outweigh the benefits emotion to keep central Parkway opened on FC Cincinnati game days has now been referred to the city administration for more study. The proposal is backed by a majority of council who say since the stadium is being built in an existing neighborhood. The people who live and work there should be given priority over visitors and Taurus, the long wait for one. A major league baseball top free agents now apparently over and it paid off for Manny Machado, the all star infielder as reportedly just inked a ten year three hundred million. Dollar contract with the San Diego Padres on Wall Street, the Dow currently up eighteen points, while the NASDAQ has also gained eighteen the SNP up five our next update at one thirty Rick Pitino NewsRadio seven hundred wwl. You.
"fourteen month" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Patrol confirming a double fatal accident last night at around nine thirty in Clinton county, the four vehicle crash occurring on state route one thirty four south in Wilmington. We Chesapeake identifying the victims as twenty year old Wendy brewer and a fourteen month old baby girl state trooper sing a sixteen year old driver tried to pass then struck three other vehicles before catching on fire away Chesapeake continuing the investigation when asked to. Respond to critics of his proposal of making general election day, a paid holiday in Cincinnati councilman PG sitting feld said allowing more access to the polls is the patriotic thing to do. Because they haven't experienced barriers to the ballot box. Doesn't mean that other people have you can look right new in community in Cincinnati where folks of the long lines, obviously, a lot of folks are working folks or parents. So I've never heard someone gave a good answer to the question. What's the problem with making more opportunity and more access to the ballot box sitting fell does expect the proposal to be passed by city council? Rick NewsRadio seven hundred wwl looks like the box office needing a superhero to save it from just a terrible start to twenty nineteen with elite of battle angel leading the charge on the worst presidents day weekend fifteen years, and I'm just an insignificant girl thousand eighteen is a big time at the box office. Receipts are down twenty two percent over last year. And it's the worst winter since two thousand eleven one of the reasons Black Panther was breaking records this time last year two thousand nineteen is yet to see a breakout hit but the sinking ship should start to right itself early next month with captain Marvel's roles of the bag. Followed by Jordan peels, get out up us. And then the next avengers film in April. Jason Nathanson, ABC news. News.
"fourteen month" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Bill a question about plus. Yes, and attorneys how unusual behavior. Really unusual. Really? So my brother is an executor of trust. No. He's a trustee of relatives. Trust everybody mixes that up. Okay. Okay. That's okay. No people do the trust. Okay. It's been going on for about fourteen months. And it seems like the attorney that's advising him as the one who helped draw up the trust for the relatives. And they seem to be dawdling. No doubt. No doubt. Most recently about four hundred dollars an hour. Most recently, they build build my brother a key for one of the very large nonprofits part of a gift from the trust. Senate a question. So they answered it. And then they build the trust. Yeah. They like it just seems like this could go on forever. Could now who's about. Are. You a beneficiary under the trust. I am. Okay. All right. You get you first of all you write an Email. And you say I want to know all of your building that you've done on the trust. Trust is paid you. That's for starters. And how long you do that? You're right that he put that in writing. And you make that demand. They may come back and give you a building statement. Good lawyers. They may they may rip you off in terms of time and generating paperwork, but most will have a most of them will have a chronology of what they've done how much time they spent a lot of it is. But at least they have the paperwork, and you if it turns out, you think they're ripping you off you simply it's real easy say we're taking I'm a beneficiary under the trust on taking you to court and all the other beneficiaries do the same thing. And why is your brother as the trustee allowing this lawyer to do that? He he's not savvy in terms of business, and you have to you have to contact your brother and say the warrior is ripping off the trust. I'm assuming your brother is a trustee. He also receives money. Correct. A beneficiary. So you get to call them up and say brother, we are all getting ripped off by this lawyer. Fire the lawyer as in right now. And then you get to find another way or to deal with it. I don't even know if you need another warrior, he just have to distribute it. Well, probably you're gonna need some help it administrator kind of lawyer just to figure out what has to be sold what kind of assets unless it's just straight Bank accounts. Well, it's right now, it's we've gotten past all that distribution of property. So what's left? I'll probably just just cash about fifty K. And okay. Then if it's just cash that it's up to your brother just to distribute it. That's it. Right. The checks you're done and the filing of the trust tax return. Yeah. It has to be done. But you go to an accountant for that one. Okay. You can fire. You don't need a lawyer for that. Is does eighteen grand sound like an excessive amount? It could be depends. It depends. It could be. He couldn't if there's an outstanding Bill you don't pay. You say no, thank you sue us. And we'll see how much what a judge has to say about what you've charged the trust. Can they Bill us for asking them to provide a statement? I don't think so no they could try, but no, no, you're questioning the Bill. They can't they can't Bill you for defending their Bill. No. They can't do they probably will ignore that Bill to engage them. I know that's what they do. I know. But that's that's what lawyers do that's why you go to law school matter of fact, I'll never forget walking into law school. I ate rip off one. Oh, one was the first class. I ever took. That was the name of it. Yeah. Yeah. Jerrell? Hello, carol. Hello bill. Yes. Ma'am. Thank you for taking my call. My my nephew in his thirties was arrested in a know in a gas station. And officer was there. I guess on his motorcycle awesome drug paraphernalia on this backseat. And then cited him did not arrest him. Did not handcuff him cited him and for having drug paraphernalia and suspicious. Substance, but didn't even pull it out of the car within seven days. We started getting these advertisements from attorneys. So he was he wasn't even cited. He what he was excuse me. He yes, he was he was arrested. Granted he was arrested and taken anywhere. Okay. Hold on drive away. He was he was arrested. They put handcuffs on them. No. They wrote a ticket. Oh, it was a ticket. Okay. Yeah. So within seven days we start getting on one day for solicitations from attorneys. I understand that. But on one of them, I have trouble. It is a eight and a half by eleven folded page and a half with a piece pizza scotch tape holding it and on the first of the two they wrote you have been arrested for a misdemeanor. Okay. Okay. That was on the outside. Not the inside cold. It just says you've been arrested is okay right next to his name. Right. And the second one we got the day later. There was a stamp says you're right again next to the address your date of arrest, and they put in the date of rest fair enough is this a breach of the bar association and advertising. Absolutely not. Okay. There wouldn't be a bridge. There wouldn't be a breach sleazy is held. There's no breach. It's a public. It's a public record. Okay. He's being informed that hey, there's a public record of your arrest and hire us to take care of it. And we get to tell your neighbors and your postal carriers. Who's gonna tell? Well, they just put the blight because black community your your community knows that he's been arrested. How does it community? Get hold of that. I have a question. To you. It sent to you. Blabbermouth mail carrier. So it's a blabbermouth mail carrier. So it would be the blabbermouth mail carrier, and is your mail carrier blabbermouth. I don't I don't think. So, but okay friendly, and we all congregate there. And he and he is the kind of person that would say, hey, Carol's nephew. He's getting all kinds of civilization. Absolutely. No, no evidence. Right. Yeah. All right. So your question is your question was is it an ethical breach? Exactly, nah. I don't think. So I think it's just sleaze I do because the point is public record. And even if you can do. And by the way, in terms of its to him the truth is an absolute defense any defamation suit. That is the problem. All right before we take that break. Let me tell you about lifelock. This is about having your identity stolen, and you do not want that to happen is truly a nightmare unravel that I mean, you get through it. But it's hundreds of hours, and it's crazy, and someone's identity is stolen every two seconds. So let me said yes, contact you the folks at lifelock this is personal experience talking about how good lifelock is a few months ago. Some cockroach tried to seal my daughter's identity, we were instantly informed, and it was just shutdown. That's what lifelock does. And if you get lifelock you're talking about some pretty serious protection. Now, no one can prevent all identity.
"fourteen month" Discussed on WLAC
"I know. Perfect. Through the cracks good. That's good. That's the truth. You do fall off the wagon, especially the first three months is the Tahoe. Yeah. That's the toughest. Because you suck it budgeting when you first start. Yeah. And it just takes a little while to get to get going. And and to do that the good news is you have you actually when you had no plan. There's no way to know if you're off the plane. Yeah. We thought we were doing good because we really we paid off our credit card every month. And we're like, oh, that's that's the goal. Let's do every month. So you don't get fees and things like that. But that's not the goal anymore. Nicer. So you get your twenty four and twenty seventy six twenty four and twenty six and while you're working on this for the last year and a half, fourteen months. Thirteen months are you hearing these? Reports in the news and so forth about millennials and how they're stuck and they're clueless. And the world is us against them and their dumb because you guys are yet. Another example, I'm eight millennials like y'all all the time that are just completely rose. And d do you does that offend you? Or do you just do you look at your friends and go, well, that's them. There really are that way. Or I mean, do, you know a bunch of others like you because I see people just like y'all all the time. It's crazy. How many people you look around? And you see them living paycheck to paycheck. But we do have a good sport support behind us, and our our cheerleaders who are your biggest cheerleader. I'd say probably my are probably my family. My some of my brothers. Follow your plan while you're playing. So they were always there behind us. My family supported us to. But they're not really the Dave Ramsey fans. They don't get it. But understand when we were saying we're not going out to dinner because it's a tradition Saturday nights. I've gone to dinner with my family and therefore while we weren't doing things like that. And they didn't quite get it. They do now. Well, now, you're there can do whatever. So that that's perfect. Yeah. Well, I guess what I'm asking is as rockstar millennials. Are you not a little bit insulted by people saying that your whole generation is like stupid or something? I mean because you're not a lot of times being in sales. I go door to door. So I'll walk into people's houses. And they'll just look at me. Now like, you don't know what you're talking about. You're only twenty four or things like that or and it's kind of insulting. Because just because we're young doesn't mean we don't know what we're doing. And doesn't mean we're not motivated to learn and try harder. So some people will some people our age won't take the extra effort to make things nicer work hard. But we do. So I guess I maybe I'm just I think I've got a skewed view on this because it's like the vast majority of the millennials I'm meter like you guys, and you all the news reports are all participation trophy idiots. Yeah. I know they're out there somewhere.
"fourteen month" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Would you be willing to lose? Nothing knowing you could only earn five percent or less. And then the person would you know, obviously give you an answer. Yeah. I'm okay with chancing thirty percent. With the opportunity to make thirty percent. But if that person's got a million dollar portfolio, and they lose three hundred thousand bucks, and you're the adviser you just lost a client. Nobody that has a million bucks likes losing three hundred thousand dollars in real money. So they don't really assess. Their risk tolerance the same way. They would if it was real this is all hypothetical. Ted Jenkin wrote about this not too long ago. He's from oxigen financial. He is an advisory says this we often whiz through these quizzes at a blazing pace because in a simulation exercise. We know exactly who we are. However, there are two types of behaviors that we have within our personality how we act in a natural state when we are relaxed and have no pressure and the adaptive state when we're under heavy pressure. Unfortunately, these quizzes don't really put us under any pressure. So they don't really tell us. How would how we would react when markets are in a roller coaster type mode. And that is true. I mean, it has to do this. When I was a broker years ago. I'd have the questionnaire Vanguards put out a very extensive questionnaire that I've read on this program before and even in one of my books, I did a little scoring system as I recall for certain things, and it's kind of a waste of time. Because people don't know what their risk tolerance is. Until they actually experience it. And this is why as an adviser you really have to be very very intuitive. And you have to focus on strategy. I'll tell you the pressure all came off of me. In the mid nineteen ninety s when I started using my bucket strategy because if people would get upset when the market went down. The mortgage is gone down. Fifty six percent. In this last crash in two thousand and eight at my portfolios down forty six percent. I would say that's pretty good, man. Margaret now, fifty six you only went down forty six not not that bad. That being a tiny bit facetious. The people are freaked out. But I would just say, hey, Charlie. I'll tell you what why don't you call me back. And now, let's see you've been doing this for three years and twelve more. Remember, those fifteen years of safe and relatively safe money? We have set aside. By the way, most of these people aren't even taking income from their portfolio. So why would they be so freaked out about it? It's because this is what happens. When it's real life. But if you can get them to focus. And I'm talking to advisors right now if you can get your clients to focus on what the strategy was. The rest is meaningless. I mean think about this for for just a minute. The longest bear market that I can come up with lasted sixty one months. That's five years. I put fifteen away. On average bear markets last fourteen months. At least when you go back since World War Two. And of course, a lot has changed. Over the years. So have to go back to the great depression. Remember we talked yesterday how it took twenty five years to get back to even. But even that was asked because it was really when you take into account reinvesting of the dividends of the Dow Jones industrial average of the SNP, and the fact that there was deflation about twenty percent or so deflation during the great depression. You got all your money back and four and a half years not twenty five. Folks, if you can't wait four and a half five six years, you cannot be an investor. Bull markets last four and a half years their markets last on average, fourteen months. Corrections last on average five months. So we experienced a correction a couple of corrections in the last quarter of last year. Almost faint memory at this point. Now, I don't know if it's gonna turn into a bare market who knows? There's a lot of geopolitical things that could cause a bear market. There's trade deals 'cause a bad bear bear market. Every. Week that goes by. With this shutdown could cause a bear market. We don't know. But what do you do because we're in an extended shutdown the longest in history, you're gonna put all of your money out of the market the market's been kind of ignoring in a little bit. I guess they figure sooner or later these bozos in Washington are going to get their act together and come up with some kind of a solution. I have my doubts. I think they both sides have their heels dug in although the Republicans seem somewhat. I don't know about the president. But the party seems somewhat opened a some kind of a compromise. The Democrats forget about it, not even one dollar. Oh my gosh. It's very frustrating. I know, but investors you've you've got to ignore that noise and stick to your long term plan. And just remember that bear markets don't last forever. If we get one. Now, if you're forced into felling, and I say forced into selling because you absolutely need the money, then you, and or your adviser did a pretty poor job of planning because we have bear markets crashes. Corrections. Are we have them all the time with great frequency? Now bear markets. Don't come along. All that often. That's a twenty percent decline or more. And it averages thirty three percent is I said since World War Two. So again, if you're not willing to lose thirty three percent on average. Once every seven eight ten years, maybe. You can't be an investor in the stock market because it's going to happen. And so I think you should try to make the dollar loss as real as humanly possible. Instead of saying thirty three percent. So listen, you've got five hundred thousand dollars in your portfolio. If you woke up tomorrow, and you were one hundred and fifty thousand dollars poorer, would you fire me? And if the answer is yes. That portfolio. That's all stock may need to be tamed down a little bit. Put it in real dollar terms. Another survey finding that should cause concern. Among some advisers is that while seventy percent of Americans can't correctly, define a bear market. That's also the case for fifty six percent of investors. We even have an adviser. In other words, we haven't had this conversation with our clients come on guys ladies. You need to have this conversation with him. And even then they won't remember it. All right. I'll talk more about this on the other side and your emails are coming up next. Stick around for Jacob. It's going to be an interesting answer to an interesting question during the last break, I did a couple of calculations for him. Don't go away. 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