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WHO: COVID-19 falling everywhere, except Americas and Africa
"The the the the world world world world health health health health organisation organisation organisation organisation has has has has said said said said that that that that new new new new coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus cases cases cases cases have have have have continued continued continued continued to to to to fall fall fall fall worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide except except except except for for for for in in in in the the the the Americas Americas Americas Americas and and and and Africa Africa Africa Africa in in in in its its its its weekly weekly weekly weekly pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic report report report report the the the the UN UN UN UN health health health health agency agency agency agency said said said said about about about about three three three three point point point point five five five five million million million million new new new new cases cases cases cases have have have have been been been been reported reported reported reported worldwide worldwide worldwide worldwide that that that that week week week week which which which which represents represents represents represents a a a a twelve twelve twelve twelve percent percent percent percent drop drop drop drop in in in in cases cases cases cases likewise likewise likewise likewise over over over over twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five thousand thousand thousand thousand deaths deaths deaths deaths were were were were reported reported reported reported globally globally globally globally that's that's that's that's a a a a twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five percent percent percent percent drop drop drop drop on on on on the the the the previous previous previous previous week week week week the the the the downward downward downward downward trends trends trends trends reported reported reported reported infections infections infections infections began began began began in in in in March March March March however however however however many many many many countries countries countries countries have have have have stopped stopped stopped stopped once once once once protesting protesting protesting protesting in in in in surveillance surveillance surveillance surveillance programs programs programs programs making making making making an an an an accurate accurate accurate accurate count count count count of of of of cases cases cases cases extremely extremely extremely extremely difficult difficult difficult difficult the the the the NE NE NE NE region region region region twenty twenty twenty twenty cases cases cases cases have have have have increased increased increased increased our our our our in in in in Africa Africa Africa Africa which which which which is is is is experiencing experiencing experiencing experiencing a a a a twelve twelve twelve twelve percent percent percent percent rise rise rise rise and and and and in in in in the the the the Americas Americas Americas Americas which which which which has has has has seen seen seen seen a a a a jump jump jump jump of of of of fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen percent percent percent percent the the the the W. W. W. W. H. H. H. H. O. O. O. O. director director director director general general general general warned warned warned warned during during during during a a a a press press press press briefing briefing briefing briefing this this this this week week week week that that that that the the the the rising rising rising rising cases cases cases cases of of of of more more more more than than than than fifty fifty fifty fifty countries countries countries countries highlights highlights highlights highlights of of of of opportunity opportunity opportunity opportunity of of of of this this this this virus virus virus virus I'm I'm I'm I'm Karen Karen Karen Karen Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas
Bidens paid 24.6% taxes on $610,702 earnings, returns show
"Monday Monday Monday Monday is is is is tax tax tax tax day day day day and and and and the the the the White White White White House House House House has has has has released released released released the the the the returns returns returns returns of of of of president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden and and and and the the the the First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady the the the the return return return return show show show show Joe Joe Joe Joe and and and and Jill Jill Jill Jill Biden Biden Biden Biden earned earned earned earned six six six six hundred hundred hundred hundred ten ten ten ten thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in their their their their first first first first year year year year at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House and and and and paid paid paid paid about about about about one one one one hundred hundred hundred hundred fifty fifty fifty fifty thousand thousand thousand thousand in in in in federal federal federal federal income income income income taxes taxes taxes taxes that's that's that's that's a a a a rate rate rate rate of of of of twenty twenty twenty twenty four four four four point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent compared compared compared compared to to to to the the the the average average average average of of of of around around around around fourteen fourteen fourteen fourteen percent percent percent percent the the the the president president president president reports reports reports reports about about about about three three three three hundred hundred hundred hundred seventy seventy seventy seventy eight eight eight eight thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars in in in in pay pay pay pay as as as as the the the the nation's nation's nation's nation's chief chief chief chief executive executive executive executive while while while while Jill Jill Jill Jill by by by by the the the the first first first first First First First First Lady Lady Lady Lady to to to to continue continue continue continue her her her her career career career career earned earned earned earned about about about about sixty sixty sixty sixty seven seven seven seven thousand thousand thousand thousand for for for for her her her her teaching teaching teaching teaching post post post post at at at at a a a a Virginia Virginia Virginia Virginia community community community community college college college college vice vice vice vice president president president president Harris Harris Harris Harris and and and and husband husband husband husband Doug Doug Doug Doug M. M. M. M. offs offs offs offs return return return return shows shows shows shows earnings earnings earnings earnings of of of of more more more more than than than than one one one one point point point point six six six six billion billion billion billion dollars dollars dollars dollars they they they they faced faced faced faced a a a a thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one point point point point six six six six percent percent percent percent federal federal federal federal tax tax tax tax rate rate rate rate and and and and paid paid paid paid more more more more than than than than five five five five hundred hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty twenty three three three three thousand thousand thousand thousand dollars dollars dollars dollars Sager Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag mag ani ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington Washington
US producer prices climbed 10% in February from a year ago
"We know we're paying more for products than we were a year ago but the increase is pegged at ten percent the labor department says wholesale inflation in the U. S. shot up ten percent in February compared to the year before wholesale energy prices were up nearly thirty four percent and food prices have spiked almost fourteen percent on a monthly basis the producer price index which tracks inflation before it hits consumers increased eight tenths of one percent from January in this report doesn't reflect how much gas prices have shot up since February fifteenth analysts at Oxford economics say tensions over Ukraine if pushed commodity prices higher and they'll likely go up even more in the coming months the federal reserve rate cut set this week is expected to help combat rising prices I'm Jackie Quinn
Inflation up, virus down as priorities in US: AP-NORC poll
"The the new new poll poll finds finds the the pandemic pandemic is is no no longer longer the the top top priority priority in in the the minds minds of of many many Americans Americans only only thirty thirty seven seven percent percent of of those those surveyed surveyed in in an an Associated Associated Press Press N. N. O. O. R. R. C. C. poll poll say say they they could could nineteen nineteen is is a a top top priority priority for for the the U. U. S. S. government government to to work work on on this this year year more more than than half half had had said said it it was was the the top top priority priority in in twenty twenty twenty twenty one one instead instead respondents respondents are are most most concerned concerned about about the the economy economy sixty sixty eight eight percent percent called called that that the the top top priority priority mentioning mentioning their their household household finances finances fourteen fourteen percent percent cited cited inflation inflation analysts analysts say say the the economy economy and and personal personal finances finances are are topics topics that that could could live live voter voter support support for for Republican Republican candidates candidates in in the the midterms midterms I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
US children hospitalized with COVID in near-record numbers
"The the only only concert concert just just putting putting an an alarming alarming number number of of children children in in the the hospital hospital with with the the corona corona virus virus from from Philadelphia Philadelphia to to Seattle Seattle hospitals hospitals are are seeing seeing a a bump bump in in cases cases of of children children with with corona corona virus virus being being admitted admitted according according to to the the CDC CDC an an average average of of three three hundred hundred and and thirty thirty four four children children with with coronavirus coronavirus remitted remitted per per day day to to hospitals hospitals during during the the week week of of December December twenty twenty first first to to the the twenty twenty seventh seventh that's that's a a fifty fifty eight eight percent percent increase increase from from the the week week before before and and close close to to the the previous previous record record back back in in early early September September experts experts lament lament that that most most of of the the youngsters youngsters are are not not vaccinated vaccinated nationwide nationwide only only about about fourteen fourteen percent percent of of eligible eligible five five to to eleven eleven year year olds olds are are fully fully protected protected and and fifty fifty three three percent percent of of kids kids twelve twelve and and up up children children are are still still a a small small percentage percentage of of the the over over ninety ninety four four hundred hundred Kobe Kobe patients patients being being admitted admitted every every day day and and doctors doctors say say the the youngsters youngsters coming coming in in now now seem seem less less sick sick than than those those seen seen during during the the summers summers delta delta search search Jennifer Jennifer king king Washington Washington
New home sales jump 12.4% in November, highest in 7 months
"New new home home sales sales reached reached their their highest highest level level in in seven seven months months sales sales of of new new single single family family homes homes increased increased twelve twelve percent percent in in November November pushing pushing the the seasonally seasonally adjusted adjusted annual annual rate rate two two seven seven hundred hundred forty forty four four thousand thousand that's that's the the best best showing showing since since April April the the census census bureau bureau and and the the department department of of housing housing and and urban urban development development say say the the median median sales sales price price of of the the new new home home last last month month was was just just under under four four hundred hundred seventeen seventeen thousand thousand dollars dollars fourteen fourteen percent percent higher higher than than a a year year ago ago the the housing housing industry industry has has benefited benefited from from low low mortgage mortgage rates rates and and a a surging surging demand demand as as Americans Americans cooped cooped up up by by the the corona corona virus virus seek seek out out larger larger homes homes my my camp camp in in Washington Washington
Yes, there are turkeys for Thanksgiving - for a price
"Labor shortages will mean bigger more expensive turkeys this year the American farm bureau estimates a thanksgiving feast for ten will be about fifty three dollars this year up fourteen percent from last year water ball C. E. O. J. gentran says labour transporting feed costs all stored and remain elevated inflation drill everybody is saying and everybody is feeling it Gendron says labor shortages led to processing delays and while the turkeys waited they grew bigger that's what we're saying larger Turkey's a market place where you're hearing that there are fewer small Turkish but there's surely plenty of churches are just larger Gendron says there will be about the same number of whole turkeys this year as last year I'm
Egypt announces clinical trials of its own COVID-19 vaccine
"Egypt's national research body says that it will start clinical trials were injection made coronavirus vaccine back in June Egypt's acting health minister Dr hello do a far had said that Egypt was working on three local code nineteen vaccines now he says researchers are starting human clinical trials for an Egyptian made vaccine named cover backs that will eventually include thousands of people I don't remember the so my management a lot of those so mad after the mother Egypt in vaccine works by including proteins from the original virus to provoke an immune response the minister hailed the trials saying they were made possible by the critical mass the researchers technicians and laboratories Egypt has achieved with the vaccination rate of about fourteen percent Egypt's been struggling to vaccinate more of its population but the country has so far been reliant on shipments of the shots from other countries I'm
Virginia voters cast ballots in governor's race
"Hey voter survey shows Virginians who voted in the closely watched governor's race between Terry McAuliffe and Glen Duncan we're most concerned about the economy hi Norman hall according to AP vote cast thirty four percent of Virginia voters said the economy and jobs was the most important issue facing the state while seventeen percent named covert nineteen and fourteen percent chose education healthcare climate change racism immigration abortion and law enforcement were all lower tier issues voters ranked the economy and education at the top issues were more likely to back young can over McAuliffe voters who identified covert nineteen as the top issue supported McAuliffe over young can I
South Africa's vaccine train takes doses to poor areas
"Carrying doctors nurses increasingly vaccine diss a train traveling around South Africa is on a mission to bring vaccines close to two people in small towns in poorer parts of the country the manager of the vaccination trained up to provide local Qantas says the team on the trade have one clear aim the chain so mandate is to assist the government in vaccinating as many people as possible within a short space of two tradename transpac who is on a journey around the notoriously pool Eastern Cape province where we travel for fourteen weeks stopping at stations for two weeks at the time stateside rail company Transnet launched a program to aid the government's rollouts it's a new take on another train that's been taking dogs as a medicine across South Africa since the mid nineteen nineties just fourteen percent of south Africa's population of sixty million people is fully vaccinated on the train is one part of the post to get that number up as quickly as possible hi I'm Karen Thomas
Breaking Down Apples Latest Product Event
"Let's go to tonight's main of it and that is apple announcing a whole new fleet of products. Today you got an iphone. Thirteen many phone and new apple watch more but investors maybe wanting more stocks sliding into the closed down just about one percent. Let's get more on. What apple rolled out today and reaction. Josh lipton with that josh good evening. So let's start with apple's most important product the iphone apple ceo. Tim cook taking the virtual stage in saying these are the best iphones apple has ever created and here. The are the iphone thirteen. The iphone thirteen mini the iphone. Thirteen pro and the iphone. Thirteen pro max. All five g. enabled faster chips. Brighter displays bigger batteries and upgraded camera systems. As for prices. They do remain the same as last year. We would also expect of course the carriers to be typically aggressive when it comes to pricing as well the new iphones preorder on september seventeenth. They'll be available on. September twenty fourth also highlight today a new ipad. The comes the faster processor. Better camera costing three hundred twenty nine dollars. A new ipad mini that costs four hundred and ninety nine dollars both available next week and rounding out the show today. The new watch ceres. Seven twenty percent more area charges. Faster more crack resistant. Three hundred ninety dollars apple saying it is available later this fall but did not offer a hard date action heading into this event. Remember apple on a roll over the past three months. Fifteen percent besting the market but finish lower as you point on. Today's traded is lower for september potentially snapping a three month win streak now up fourteen percent for the
Broncos' Jerry Jeudy Expected to Miss 4-6 Weeks With High Ankle Sprain
"Have to like with teddy bridgewater brought to that game. I mean it's all about getting the ball out on time lang within the offense and getting the ball accurately to his receivers and and that's what he didn't. Fourteen percent above expectation is completion percent and the one thing that was great to see was not a ton of dink dunking eight point. Four intended air yards per pass so he was efficient sad though to see one of his weapons. Jerry judy go down. Although i think when we saw it live unfold as he's out for the season they're saying the mic came back. It's just a high ankle sprain now. Those can take multiple weeks right. Probably even maybe a month but it was better than alternative of missing the
Study: Nursing Home Deaths in 2020 Much Higher
"Nursing home deaths were much higher in twenty twenty official numbers from the CDC or missing about twelve percent of covert cases among nursing home residents and fourteen percent of deaths that's according to new estimates published in the journal of the American medical association network open by a Harvard researcher and her team it translates to thousands of missing data points suggesting more than one hundred and eighteen thousand nursing home residents died of covert nineteen last year the researchers attributed the data holes to the federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services not asking nursing homes to report cases and deaths until may twenty twenty actually after
China Tech Soars & Wall Streets New Biggest Bull
"We start off with a massive rebound in chinese tech the k. Web china internet. Etf soaring more than eleven percent today posting. Its best day on record. It is now up more than fourteen percent already this week. Look at the game today. Names like pin door door. Jd dot com even long lagging alibaba posting strong gains but our worries about china's regulatory. Crackdown really behind us. Or is this just a giant head. Fake for the
Understanding 401k Loans
"Half of all. Us workers participate in their employer's retirement plan about fourteen percent of those with 401k's borrow money from them understanding 401k. Loans is important both for those who already have alone and those who are contemplating getting one borrowing limits according to the irs. You can borrow up to fifty percent of your vested. 401k ballons or fifty thousand dollars. Whichever is less if you're vested balance is less than twenty thousand dollars. You can borrow any amount up to ten grand vested means you own it for employer matching funds that can take up to five years you are immediately vested in all funds that you put into the plan interest payments one of the unique features of a 401k. Loan is that you pay interest to yourself when you borrow money such as a home mortgage or an auto loan. The interest is paid to the lender when you borrow money from your 401k. You are the lender all interest paid comes right back to you and goes into your 401k account. Awesome right not so fast. Opportunity cost in the financial world. There's a concept known as opportunity costs opportunity. Costs is the loss of potential gain when one alternative is chosen over another in other words. It's what you would have received. Had you done something other than what you did. For example if back in the year two thousand you bought a carton of cigarettes instead of investing the money and amazon. The opportunity cost is sixteen hundred dollars what that can't be right. A carton of cigarettes today is about seventy five dollars adjusted for two percent annual inflation in two thousand. It costs fifty dollars in two thousand one share of amazon stock. Cost one hundred dollars today. It's worth thirty two hundred dollars when you borrow money from your 401k. The opportunity cost is the investment return. You would have earned. Had you left that money where it was over time. Investment earnings become earnings on earnings or compound interest something albert einstein dubbed. The eighth wonder of the world
The Dangers of Sugar and Children
"We all know that sugar isn't good for us but really let's take a deep dive into why we really need to limit it in our kids diets. Oh absolutely well. I think you know. Sometimes we forget that during times of rapid growth like in childhood and adolescence that you know kids bodies are really sensitive to the influence of dieting activity. Because they're growing so fast they're seltzer turning over rapidly and that makes them especially vulnerable to the effects of food of physical activity and weight and even environmental damage that can occur and so we really need to put an emphasis during this time of rapid cell growth to make sure that the genes that are being activated or turning on towards health not towards a genetic susceptibility and sugar can actually displace some of these high value. Nutrition foods that play in essential role not just in growth but an immunity but also cognition and genetic expression okay. That's something that we don't typically hear about. And so what about the things we do hear about a lot in terms of childhood obesity. Type two diabetes like these things. We should be concerned about. Oh absolutely i mean first off anytime you look at childhood obesity wolf whether you know kids are really actually normal weight or an overweight. Too much sugar again. Just places. high value nutrition and micronutrients that can increase the inflammatory process that leads to chronic disease over time. Even kids who were teenagers who are overweight and adolescents have a significantly higher risk of colon cancer later in life. I mean we're even seeing precursors in heart disease in children. I mean if you look at like obesity in preschoolers. I think it's risen from around five percent in the early seventies like nineteen seventy two up to close to fourteen percent
Are We Seeing Crypto's Green Shoots?
"If Everybody welcome to the try to come. Crypto podcast and Yeah another diet don. Yesterday we were down. So let's talk about top ten and just what's going on because it seems to be beat up and down and up and then a couple of games today through the market and what i can tell you. I've noticed that there are. There are a couple of days out there that have pushed on quite nicely. Now it's not your mind one i. It's not the real talk. Ten taught targets gallon on the. It's it's more the well. There's a bit of a help a bit of a mixed bag really. We've had a few nice a few noise. Smooths alpha to die up twenty five percent yesterday also fourteen percent the die before fifteen percent. We've got ivax for example that today's up the chain percent i x s is up twenty six percent. We've had some fairly good mood. You know we've got. We've got some good momentum out there on a number of pez leaner up twelve. I'm just giving three now to say what we've got ruined up. Sixteen sand fourteen rook up eleven. Synthetic stuff eleven. We've got some very good moves. Unique pep also eleven so the market seems to have had a good pop to die and over the last few days. We have seen some movement now bitcoin. Yes it's up-to-date of three percent. But you have to keep the perspectives down. Four point five percent yesterday. it's pretty pretty messy looking job or any timeframe that you kind of look at the daily realistically gotta really get about thirty. Six thousand. six hundred is the as what it was yesterday. We were still gonna clear that level. We've got the high allowing their. Hopefully we can push on throw. I'd like to see some statement moves you know so strong continuation in some of these moves. It's been rather slow and sort of it stops and starts chips and chops and we want to say that change currently thirty four thousand seven hundred and forty four for one. Bitcoin is up three percent.
The Literal Uncharted Waters of Climate Change
"Edwards druidic wrote in yale environment. Three sixty about the new danger of shrinking ice cover in the arctic. It's created an arctic shipping. Boom that's literally sailing into uncharted waters. So is less but more radic sea ice a recipe for arctic shipping disasters edward strategic welcome to climate cast. Thank you for having me on. So we know from the satellite records that climate change has dramatically changed arctic ice cover since one thousand nine hundred seventy nine. That's opened up new routes. How many of these shipping routes have reliable navigation charts in the arctic in say alaska. We've got only four percent of the region is charted in candidates. A little bit better. It's fourteen percent so not a lot and some areas. They're just no charting at all. You wrote about this russian ship that grounded in twenty eighteen. Tell us what happened there. Well i was aboard the ship. I was on. Us national science foundation expedition. We were supposed to begin in a place called resolute in the high arctic but The ship couldn't get in there so we had to board further south in the boothia peninsula. Which is entirely uncharted. And we within twelve hours Ran into a shoal Very violently and the ship was listing and We didn't really know what was going on at the time. Although we did know that we were spilling some fuel and that the ship must have been damaged but For about twenty four. Thirty six hours. We just didn't know what was going on. And it took that long for rescue to get to you. How did that play out. Fortunately the canadian coast guard ship was about twenty two hours away and another one was thirty. Six hours away they could easily have been five or six or seven days away. had we've begun to sink and had to man the lifeboats. We could have been in serious trouble. Had there been a lot of ice in the area or to storm. Come up
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"fourteen percent" Discussed on The Free Agents
"Job. I know you sometimes struggle. What to countdowns going up and down to want you to count back to one to most desirable. What are you guys okay. Well i've got quite a bit. Actually sit back for the most important factor for me becoming successful coaches the talent. You have current steve nash. Very smart their first jobs or stack teams we know how for steve. Kerr and steve. Nash is in a good spot to do something similar. And i think we are likely to see very likely to see a female coach for the first time given so many openings and i think as a team wants to be that sort of historical team to name a female catches plenty of qualified candidates. So i think it is going to happen. But i think it's very crucial that whoever that is is on a team that has a legit chance or at least make the plus because if a is to join a team that's in rebuilt rebuild mode. It can so easily go badly and it'll be like well so women conquer i think that's all my slide gonna be given and it's very tough even on a rebuilding team owners. James fans everyone's impatient. Nobody wants to hear. Hey we're like going to be good in three years time for you so you haven't got even if it is your first time even if it's an honor he says there's some what's on your four year contract doesn't always mean anything really so anyway. I took into camp. What i believe is short term success and term success. I looked at cap. Space draft picks and historical free agency appeal. Wow look at this his homework there on a happy hour. This guy at all four cap space used basketball reference lottery. Odds tanka athena. Okay so. I know some of these. Things vary a little bit material. Well it just painting for one of these job getting the mavericks front office shorts short you can navigate. I'm not saying yes. But i'm also not saying but anyway i just just in case someone is saying. Oh this side it. Has this or this or these are the two that are used a number seven. I it's the orlando magic here. The pros fairly clean clap cap sheet right now. No grotesque contracts on this intriguing talent window. Cada agyei hampton. cole anthony. I think actually was quite good for them but no absolutely must keeps. I think anyone could be hat on that roster right now they have to. First round is coming in from the bulls won this season wanting twenty-three protected but still you know potentially i think as high as four for one of those and another one from the nuggets coming in twenty twenty five so this this draft capital there that have a fourteen percent chance the number one pick this season and if at the number one pick three times in the.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on GrowthBusters
"We want to ask people to do to help more fun less stuff. Takeoff there's elder colleges and only something or other which is basically elder colleges in the states. And i've been putting together a proposal to do just one session thing with with people that are there and i would then pitch to the grandparents. You talk to your kids and your grandchildren about the The first thing is that there's been a fundamental change in the relationship between people in the earth It used to be. Your was just so huge. We couldn't grasp its size and we couldn't do anything that would affect it except in local areas but with the expansion of our numbers and the power of our technology. We're now affecting almost everything on earth and we're causing serious problems so clearly what we were doing when the earth was relatively gargantuan won't work now that we're overpowering it so we need a fundamental change in how we manage ourselves. That's the basic challenge. That's the question of direction. Do we grow until we drop or do we shift courses aim for sustainability. There's two laws that govern living things on the planet and they didn't really apply to us while we were on this enormous planet one is the law of the minimum what resource is going to get diminished to the point where there isn't enough of it to go around. You know maybe it's going to be lithium. I understand there's lots of lithium but they will just pretend it was that we need it for batteries. Were only going to be able to make so many cars using lithium batteries until the availability. Lithium has dropped where we can't get it right. it may not be it. It's probably the ability. The atmosphere to absorb carbon is is the minimum that it's going to stop human expansion. The loft tolerance is well illustrated with yeast in fruit juice. Like the east digest the sugar in the juice and its byproduct is alcohol and it continues to digest sugar and produce alcohol until the level of alcohol reaches about fourteen percent and yeast can't tolerate alcohol at fourteen percent in a dis. And that's why you don't find any naturally occurring alcohol a greater than fourteen percent if it's greater it's been distilled or in some ways intensified So those are basic laws that we need to accommodate buckminster fuller put it very nicely in his operating manual for spaceship earth when he said that we need to be able to maintain you know the the material elements the we need for living within cycles. We always need to be able to keep the moving around so that we don't route. We need energy. We've got a great star nearby if we recognize those criteria and build our systems within them. Then we can cruise the universe on spaceship earth for the indefinite future. Lots of stuff you know chain begins with a vision..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Hanselminutes
"This one was. It almost broke me. It was tough right. So i'm like i'm a little bit scared of the but then i'd have to think i feel good now. Yeah so. I need to concentrate on right now. I'm doing who i'm with. Whatever it is. I do i Being not being nauseated. The that not is a thing. Where in the moment it's like time slows down. I can only imagine we've had. I think we've all had that experience at one point where we're where it's coming out of both ends You and the only thing you can do is just say this moment is this moment and afterwards and then the course the brain like hides hides it. Wasn't you made it. you mean you. Could you know it was horrible that that is hilarious that you said that because it's so true you know even even now talking about going through chemo. I'm like oh. It's really bad. But i don't remember exactly how bad it was. I know it was can't remember because if you could it would be a nightmare you'd relive it right right right right. And the other thing about the you said it'd be the individuals. A number of fourteen percent is a number but those people are out there doing stuff like thousands of them walking around there living their lives. There's no reason that could be you us absolutely and even if it wasn't you know i i have today have tomorrow. I think i have next week. I probably have next month right so so. Let's see what happens right. Hey friends. I hope you're enjoying this podcast and i hope take a look at one of our sponsors. Ct cbt nuggets is an it training online system for professionals in anyone really looking to build it skills. It's kind of like netflix's for it. People they got lots of great stuff at their core specialties or networking cloud insecurity and. They're putting up forty hours of new training each week. Their entire trainer team one.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Woman's Hour
"So thera strategies running emma one is sexual and reproductive health strategy which will be poor after the women's health strategy which is happening at the same time so so that is being addressed the sexual and reproductive health started j. What are you going to reinstate money in terms of funding emma. We need our his health starts and the reason. I'm has talked about women's health though and that feeds into absolutely. But what we need while we are at this point now in the call for evidence the first government ever to do this is to find out what the issues are the details of the issues. We have the reports about mashed Premadasa breast surgeons china's issues. But they on just as we know. There are huge issues around menopause. That treatments are locked. Ask you for cutting money general dame. Leslie also told us. She said that it's very difficult for women to access help at the moment with facility contraception periods and menopause. This is the most senior obstetrician gynecologist in the country. Who is the author of the better for women health report in two thousand nine hundred. These cuts that your government did and created semi because the evidence that we're receiving women is not that they can't access services what they are telling us that when they do access services which are there there is all women can abe access contraceptive help five. Gp's and all the services that you've listed but our issue is deep. Put the money. It's more serious than is when women are in services when that being seen that they aren't listen to and they don't get the treatment they want not because it isn't available because somebody adorable hagler anti-depressants con host. Hr not you cannot deny what are the most senior doctors has said you also cannot deny the fact that there have been cuts moreover cannot deny between two thousand thirteen and two thousand eighteen was a fourteen percent real term reduction local authorities spending on sexual health depended on most by women at the same time as those cuts. There was an increase in demand by thirteen percent. You've told me a very from one. Hundred thousand women also does not necessarily going to tell you if they went somewhere. Couldn't get.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Native Opinion Podcast an American Indian Perspective
"Scratch and get stuck. Yeah i forget what the maryland governor said you know. He tried to put it into a rhyme. That they'll those types of those types of memes bothered the crap out of me but So yeah i hear you. So what about dating for those. That are primary primarily single at say that certainly must have been harder during the pandemic right well. The biden administration has the answer vaccine influenced dating apps. The biden administration now joining the dating game in the name of public health. Its covid vaccine. Outreach now includes enlisting dating apps in offering incentives to users who vaccinated. Here's a mockup right here of what that will look like unpopular dating sites like tinder hinch. Data's get access to premium content and can filter potential matches by vaccination status. You can even book vaccine appointment through the apps today. Dating sites like bumble tinder hinge match. Okay cupid be okay. Just plenty of fish and bad do announcing a series of features to encourage vaccinations and help people with that univer. Help people meet people who have that universally attractive quality They've been vaccinated against covid. Nineteen we have finally found the one thing that makes us all more attractive vaccination. God help us all you know. He's he said he was going to say when he said premium content. I thought he was going to say and get premium something else. It's like want that's right. I mean you can't date those people that don't have those vaccines boy car and diversion johnston martin's with me. My favorite part of stacked doing this was going through. That trump last year has bought. The white house tells us according to research from okay. Cupid people who were vaccinated or planned to get vaccinated receive fourteen percent more matches than people who don't plan to get vaccinated so another reason to get a vaccine. It'll help you today. It's gonna be a shocker. You did. He did it. I mean look i. I don't think either actually ever been on any of these apps so just speaking from experience. I think that you know anything helps. But the same vaccine is not necessarily compatibility so starved for affection. I hope it helps create. I think some states are doing lotteries. Giving away money other states offering free tickets to baseball games. I think the margins wherever they can which is fine..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on FinTech Insider
"Touchy feedlots mclean. Mccower is something. I really struggled do. And there's no on inurance. I just get in touch really but if we continue the conversation we talked a little bit about the pandemic and the impact that that has has had you no just in terms of the the sort of constriction of the market in terms of people not being able to leave the house on the market really slowing down. But that's sort of pent-up nature of it. We've seen an explosion now in changes actually with incentives like stamp duty holidays in the things that have come through that you know. I've definitely seen if anybody you talked to all the way through the value chain on home-buying whether it's stay agents or conveyances or indemnity. Indemnity insurance salespeople are all the way through the process it seems to be booming so i mean has the pandemic do you think accelerated the changes that we will see. Have you both seen a real uptick. In terms of the the market coming along very strong with. Francesca absolutely certain the answer is yes. And yes so your question. So one is s academy accelerator. Absolutely yes so. I think the dynamics in the property market in the mortgage market was was quite interesting last year because we had a taylor. Two cds released so on one side had the first six months where the probably macos putin old longish holidays probably freeze where they all mortgage industry was kind of old for six months for for three to six months number products in the market completely. Almost not not even have reduced by a quarter which crazy people pulling our products so that was a dark moment. that does the dockside. I think the pandemic what happened in that time. Though not only lender bosa cosmic. Reggie got their heads together and understood. Okay fine by. We still need to remortgage. For example we still need to go on with our lives so as soon as probably market free stopped we see in a complete swing in the opposite direction. So in two things happen. So a one side was pent-up demand like we should not forget the mortgage market in. Uk's most is heavily driven barrymore's so if you need to remortgage at the end you need to do otherwise you end up paying a crazy rate. So a lot of people couldn't remortgaging does mass went on back to the market and of lewis a huge increase in demand but then the second factor was exactly what you mentioned so what has happened is since june july last year because somebody to holiday because of all this pet that the man we had a huge acceleration purchases so lots of people. What often but the house probably also you right there. So and was a massive moment. That was the moment was appropriate to do it. So i think we reach peaks in the total volumes monthly volumes in the market by the way their property record level peaks in the last ten years between for three to five or even six months. We seen that as a huge acceleration man in a huge acceleration of home-buying so purchase So so definitely. It's been quite a roller costume. Say the you know after that phase now thinks really been accelerating. This been a little bit of the moment we are now. Is that given the the holidays telling off by the end of june that. He's a lot of uncertainty in the market. As what will happen to be honest. I don't see a dramatic slowdown happening. This been some kind of slowing down after march because everybody bought the property is affected by now. So it's a liberal. I i think we'd be more soft landing so that the what will happen stamp duty holy will kind of finished but they will not be fetch. That's what we see now in people that want to buy property cosc- by but i think did how does this happen is pretty change to the point. We made before so more people that do go line. They do expect to find something line. And and i don't think we'll go completely ever back there so right now people say you. Okay find everything line. I can do this well. So he's been quite an interesting journey. Say jammies been interesting period in the stamp duty holiday and actually i mean anecdotally. Three people that i've just talked to even my social circle. It's it's a things like the payment holidays that were available so many people took advantage of them and actually because of that so many people. I mean absence of travelling into london everyday savings brilliant and then holidays on mortgage payments. A lot of people have been able to save in this period in a a much greater way than they've really ever been before. And i think that is an interesting catalyst who Show news we go a from yougov. this was a may twenty twenty. Fourteen percent of people actually took the payment holiday during the pandemic. I was surprised that it was only fourteen percent thought it would be much higher. Given the applicability to a fourteen percent of the market when you think about the size of the market is really significant and if that was a three to five month window where people were were able to take a whole holiday from their mortgages to save up additional pieces. That's supposed that level of change that actually people can kind of go into the market. I mean what. What do you think rich it is this been a is a almost a returning back to where the market was before. Or do you think this has been a catalyst for for big levels. Change that we haven't seen in the past. There's been multiple catalysts And they've come at different times. And they've driven different spikes at peaks and troughs so. Obviously we had the first lock down. Which was the first catholics. Which was a sorry and negative. Catalyst incentives kind of slowing down the market not catalyst kathleen kennedy negative as well as i just had this instinct ahead of. Catholics is only a positive thing and then and then you have a obviously have the returned to the market. You have. I think one of the biggest things early on that we saw was people like gardens xtreme for an office wherever my off my my company saying from homes the thing forever so i wanted extra space and we've seen that right across the board so i think that was the early stage capitalist then clearly stamped theholiday at a massive impact on although ironically we also issues reduction in product. So we saw basically anything eighty-five percent lending so if you have less than fifteen percent deposits you getting a mortgage in two thousand twenty like it was physically impossible so we kinda saw this huge peak in i would call more positive market a market. That was kind of owning and caring about selling them out on it this year next year maybe the year after that but sergey holiday need a big garden need an extra bedroom and so these kind of they've come now. I'm starting this year. We've seen retentive ninety percent lending ninety five percent lending mojo's already arranged about fifty sixty million pounds worth of.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"I want you to and this guy hammered with joe biden said about these commercials. He said quote they do reflect the fact that while white couple prefers same race couples in commercials they really dislike seeing black men with white women in a time of racial unrest for white america. Images of interracial relationships are a proxy for racial as long as the race and gender dynamics. Don't disrupt whiteness or put more crudely woke white. America wants to believe it can f- its way out of racism. As long as a penis is white end of quote. I kid you not. That's what this man road if he didn't say f. he said the actual word. How exhausting to be victocrat and sit around and watch. Tv and count the number of interracial couples and not like the fec. it's the white man versus a black man or vice versa. That but the article gets worse quote. What is problematic about. These commercials is that they give white people like joe biden and others a false sense of progress without them having to do any of the ugly sticky work on their own prejudices and bigotry 's into quote without having to do any of the ugly sticky work on their own prejudices and bigotry. What about yours. You sticky work of your prejudice and bigotry. He's for years rasmusen. Blacks whites and hispanics of these three groups. Which is the more likely to be racist all of them. Name blacks more than any other group including blacks. And i've seen polls that show majority of americans have no problem with interracial couples. One poll found that nine percent of whites had a problem with it but fourteen percent of blacks did it gets worse he continues. Listen to this quote. When a white man sees these ed's he's reminded that even in a black lives matter world. He can have access to a luxury car. Winter resources and black wife without ever having to do any heavy lifting about race. What does that mean without doing. Any heavy with push and lifting lifting pull in poland. What are you talking about. It continues when a white woman sees these commercials. She thinks she's got an automatic girlfriend. A suburban black woman. Who's not angry. Because she's already been vetted by a white man you know what talk about psychobabble incoherence unfocused anger and this is a professor teaching your kids..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on CincyBrewcast
"Evolved to where lawyering isn't as painful or time consuming as it used to be So it is opening up the doors for barista to go down that road and there's a lot of demand for it still has to be a little bit difficult to especially on a smaller scale. Accusers are here where you're you're trying to maximize that time. That beer is not in a tank. the fact that you are able to work that into schedule is is impressive to me. Thank you And we're gonna we're to keep on it too We definitely wanna have a couple of hours on it at at all times Getting not getting away from the house because he are obviously very popular in and we enjoy drinking them as well but Like i said with with improvements. Evolution of ingredients and things available lawyering is becoming a much more viable thing for even small burris to to accomplish. There is a weird shift that i've noticed with drinkers. And i don. I don't know what the reason is but To lean heavier into some of those more easy drinking styles versus maybe a giant. You know triple a. And you know you know big giant barely edged you know You know fourteen percent. Whatever which is still great. But i feel like the The average drinker is leaning back into kind of something. That's just nice. Yeah that's a lot of that has to do with the population now being more attractive. The general population be more attracted to the craft brewing industry. As well you're bringing this this moderate this middle of the road drinker. Now that is you know. Open to coming into cranberries whereas before they wanna hit their local watering hole and get the standards the into the big domestics which is great But now the that population is coming in a lot of that need to do like you said the barrel aged in the triple this and the quads that It's good to have good to have an as an option But we're seeing the excuse me the more approachable beers To that modern population are selling a lot. Better faster But the nice thing is. That's giving the breweries the ability to get creative with even that style So you're gonna see. I think you're going to start to see in the industry a lot more of the standards if you wanna call it that but with the craft flair on it So we'll be able to get creative but still with a state within that moderate. You know kind of approachable beer. Well it's it's fun to be able to show people that you can make a a light. We'll we'll just say an american light lager..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Web and BeyondCast
"And then you know tweet and post and comment along with the think it was beauty fest and And and engage in the conversation there so beauty fest was the hashtag there so if you're in the fashion space or the beauty space is a really great opportunity to get some exposure for the business by engaging in the conversation even though that this past you can still engage in the conversation. And let folks know that you're out there. This'll great create some brand awareness for you but doing some what i call listening youtube culture and trends. Also put out this really Interesting little tool here. This is all about who how you start videos. And what are the likeliest terms that the largest creators on the platform are utilizing for their vlogging. And so if you're doing a log which is a video log or video blog in essence a video channel that is like a diary What are the the the big creators using and they give these five terms. What's up all right. Hey hey guys. I'm sorry what's up all right. Hey guys good morning and hi guys as the five different when you click on them you see the various creators who start with those particular items and so you can the various creators. That are doing that. You can see here that. What's up accounts for twenty percent of how those shows start out you Show start their greetings of their videos. All right comes in at eleven percent as the fifth most popular. Hey guys is odd number one greeting in twenty twenty and it accounts for thirty six percent of the top. Five good morning is eighteen percent and so that becomes the third most popular as at eighteen percent. And then hi. Guys is the fourth most popular greeting and that accounts for fourteen percent of how people start their videos. So just gives you a sense of what and how people start. I have a tendency to say. Welcome because it's usually alive greeting that..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed
"Today on news four four. We're working for you an inside. Look at the local covid vaccine trial for kids. Children reported days after getting the shot and how it could impact the timeline of kids being vaccinated today at four pm on nbc four tonight. It's the voice live rounds and nick. Jonas warns his first win. Let's get this done. Who's got what it takes. And whose dream ends here. Watch live and vote to save your face. The voice live rounds tonight on. Nbc from from bloomberg world headquarters in new york to our tv and radio audiences. Welcome to balance a power. This is where we start earn. Start with a check on the market today. for that we turn to abigail doodles. Abigail stocks are down. But actually i was surprised. The tenure has moved that much. It's interesting david. I was just thinking about that myself that it's not as risk off as it could be if you take a look at stocks you would think it's a pretty risk off day of some decent declines although we are off the lows s and p five hundred down about one percent relative to its one point six percent decline at the lowes the bank index is still down sharply down one point seven percent but even with this kind of selling in stocks the ten year yield just down basis point or two so. It's not a flight to safety situation. It's more some of these risk assets getting rattled in particular. I'm thinking of the crypto space. The plunge that we've seen in bitcoin and a theory today just stunning at the lowes bitcoin. Down thirty percents worst day since two thousand thirteen at that point a theory of down forty four percent at one point david. It's hard to think of another asset aside from a penny stock or stock facing a binary event down that much in one day. This point down twenty percent. Bitcoin dem just fourteen percent of you can call it just but that's too much liquidity going too few assets coming undone all the bubble..
"fourteen percent" Discussed on The RCWR Show with Lee Sanders
"There was talk about that first. Nf t releasing Which sold out within seconds they plan on doing more enough tease in the near future They remain focused on original programming to wwi studio including a multi episode anime series soul to crunchy roll and young rock which is a big accessible and nbc usa. Peacock also hyped ratings. Success for steve austin's biography which was the highest rated episode in sixteen years in. Wwe most wanted treasures retained seventy nine percents of that audience. I mean that's that's pretty good off to a good start. Stephanie mcmahon then jumped in. She talked about the success of wrestlemainia. bill. Deflate at numbers. Talking about basically thousand was the attendance number also wrestlemainia media coverage had increased twenty five percents and that individual new stories reached one point two billion impressions so pretty good stuff right there also. Is you guys have seen by now. They got that new partnership with draft kings as they are an official partner of. Wwe we with their free to play tools or pools rather and said video views across wrestlemainia. Week here one point one billion thirty two million hours across the platforms. That's an increase of fourteen percent and nine percent. She calls wrestlemainia to most social program for that weekend. So good stuff Key brand metrics. Let's glasgow here is were gets low. More entity raw viewership has been stable since they moved out of the p. c. to the thunderdome and smackdown ratings or up nine percent she noted that Bad bunnies appearances despite how some of us have felt about. I'm sure now a lot of us. Who pretty damn good about bad. Bunny but peop- this with regards to the bad bunny. It led to leaps of an increase in the hispanic demographics and that digital consumption was up by seven percent. Youtube cross seventy five million subscribers in his little fourth view channel in whirl sponsorship and sales revenue was up nineteen percent excluding excluding an international event like saudi shows See here quarter. One still saw challenging environment.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Need to be shown that i probably haven't memorized. This is free talk. Live in case. You're wondering who these babbling. Bearded to folks are is myself reverend. Captain kick ass joining me out near and richie rich. You can join. Liberty minded voluntary anarchists and libertarians from june. Twenty eighth through july fourth. Four fest twenty. Twenty one at rogers campground in the beautiful white mountains of new hampshire forecasts happens the week after the porcupine freedom festival and forecast is decentralized which means no one is in charge. That also means there's no ticket cost just reserve your camping. Rv site or motel room with rogers campground for june twentieth through july fourth. I can't think of anywhere better to celebrate independence day than with you guys and other freedom loving people. Here in new hampshire. You can relax and enjoy the camaraderie of like minded people or you can create whatever experience or event. You'd like others to. 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Indeed it sure will so we have been talking about what reteach mask separation anxiety so this is the idea that if you lose your mask or you take your mask off or you're not required to wear one anymore that that you may feel some sort of anxiousness because you miss your mask. Fifty seven percent of americans say they believe it will be a year or more before things get back to pre pandemic novel including fourteen percent. Who expected will take more than two years. I am of the fourteen percent variety. Because i think it will take until there's some sort of a government collapse once government takes power. We've seen time and time and time and time and time and time again throughout the course of history they don't give it back now. Let's take some that's on what's going to finish. I the pandemic or the trials of the crypto six. Oh well Provided i'll i'll make a omay a wild prediction. I will wildly predict that during this year. There will be a massive pullback. It's like yes these vaccines were so effective. And now no one needs to wear their masks and then next year. Oh well there's just this new strain a new mutation which there might actually be a new strain that is significantly more virulent well. There are already four thousand variants of covid according to science at this point in space and to and much like the flu vaccine. There saying that. You're you're covid vaccine might be an annual thing. Just you just gotta get your shot now. Derbyshire peterson says it's important to acknowledge that everyone is experienced this pandemic in their own unique way. I really encourage people if you have a family member or co worker. Who says you know. I would still like us to keep our masks on for now. I think it's okay to say. Well let well. Let's delay this next them. People can you just Well it's important that people have the freedom to keep their masks on the just not the freedom to not put them on in the fray could always masked. Why didn't you wear the mask before your television told you to in the end experts. Say were all in this together and one size does not fit all so much like you were saying. It's a little strange right that this you know a holistic approach i guess to to alleviate dang zaidi is only for people that wanted to keep their masks on but but people were demonized for not wanting to wear. When in the first place you can't alleviate you're excited by seeing human faces not allowed not allowed human faces right yes human faces and smiling laughing joking sneering whatever. They're doing human face. It's twelve and sometimes i i. I'm also against her. Fcc rules mr wien twelve. Know what you're thinking. Oh okay and not be verbalised. You mean fart jokes would be scatalogical scatalogical. There's no talk of microdosing on air. That's right right. I already been given that talk and one of the interesting things about this is like. It's all geared toward. Like how much faith do you have in the vaccine. Now if you go that is the actual amount of faith that you should have in the vaccine. This hasn't been tested. It has no none of these vaccines have been approved by the fda facebook factor says it has it's deemed safe. Let's blow no. It hasn't been deemed safe at all. It's been a special exception. None of these have been. Fda approved not a one. Let's pause there for a second right because as libertarians. We who the hell is this. Fda telling us we can't put whatever we want into our bodies it's ferdinand. We've got this taxiing that's not. Fda approved you're allowed to take both so if you want to well. I mean if you already questioned the government than Okay so they're the ones pushing this in the first place Also these aren't vaccines. They are more akin to Basically genetically reengineering human beings. That's what they actually do. They get in. They change your genome so that the cellular structure of your body is Supposedly less Less receptive to this yet. It's a very very scary thing. When that type of thing is inserted into your body and you don't know the full capability of it. It has been described to me as software. It is a it is a platform this hour and a a quote vaccine unquote has been described to me. And i've read a couple of articles that describe it in similar fashion. That it is a platform in which they can program to do a variety of things. Not just you know. Prevent you from getting this cold so at at dinner. Tonight i was talking with another member of the liberty community. Not to put any names out there and this person Was excited about this platform because of all the you know as a technology allows for so many advances in medicine right such as potentially curing cancer down the line because of its ability to alter those things at a cellular level that that's fine to be excited about technology moving forward but only after we know the potential side effects over a long term period of time. And all i'm suggesting with my comment was if we're gonna if we're gonna to poop who on the fda as libertarians being. Not the authority of giving us permission to do things yes right. We should not look to them in this particular instance as the expert and the authority of telling us what to say but endure. This actually plays into my theory that humankind is is going to divide into two different forcing that division. Now so the people that get these vaccines as a regular part of their life. At some point you will be genetically re-engineered into a different species. Yeah i think we're gonna find a you know there's going to be a group of folks that stay here on earth and a group of folks that leave Which group is going to be which who knows. Or what if it's just like a neanderthal. Split right and those who get the vaccine are then progressed forward in human evolution and.
"fourteen percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"We should learn more on monday. About how president biden plans to handle an intelligence report linking saudi arabia's crown prince to the murder of journalist mall kashogi on friday sanctions were imposed on a number of saudis but not on mohammed bin salman who according to the report likely ordered kashogi death. The president says he'll make an announcement tomorrow on saudi arabia. In general president biden pushed to release the report. Effort wasn't released during the trump administration but binstock shutting any action against prince ahmad bin salman better known by his initials and bs. Sox's lucas tomlinson. The saudi government continues to deny any involvement and rejects the us intelligence report. A volunteer firefighter in wisconsin is recovering from critical injuries. But how he got hurt might surprise you. Thirty-five year old firefighter. Justin frederickson is finally out of intensive care after being shot earlier this month while fighting a fire in willard township wisconsin intense heat from that fire caused a loaded gun to discharge firing around the pass through an exterior wall before hitting frederickson in his stomach. The coronel area fire department saying friday. That frederickson is recovering after least three surgeries and has been up and walking paul stevens fox news. There's multitasking and then there's this the california medical board is planning to investigate a plastic surgeon who appeared in a video conference for a traffic violation trial while operating on someone according to the sacramento bee. Dr scott green was dressed in scrubs and could be seen looking down at a patient who was just out of you admit it. He was in the operating room and said he was ready for trial because another surgeon was present. But the judge didn't think it was a good idea and he told green he'd reschedule the trial date and that doctor may have bigger issues than a traffic ticket. Now valjean glasshouse pam russo fox news. If people keep telling you to try meditation and you're like when when would i have time. You should check out head space head spaces here to help head spaces your daily dose of mindfulness in the form of guided meditations in an easy to use app head. Space is the one of the only meditation apps advancing the field of mindfulness and meditation through clinically validated research. Head spaces approach to mindfulness can reduce stress improve sleep boost focus. Increase your overall sense of well being backed by twenty five published studies on its benefits head. Space has over six hundred thousand five star reviews and over sixty million downloads. You deserve to feel happier and head. Space is meditation made simple. Go to head space dot com slash fox. That's head space dot com slash fox for a free trial with access to head spaces full library of meditations for every situation. This is the best deal offered right now. Head to head space dot com slash fox. Today guilty. Ken weather from hopkins newsfeed weather center. Saturday mostly sunny with light wind. Tiny fifty seven saturday night. A sixty percent chance of rain between ten pm and five eight am low around forty. Five sunday mostly cloudy gradually becoming clear. Moderate wind at times reaching up to twenty miles per hour high near fifty five low near forty six. That's the latest weather. Check out more news and weather on our website at top lands. Newsfeed dot com. Healthcare professionals are unsung. Heroes and the demand is expected to grow by fourteen percent over the next few years rise to the challenge at logan university. Owned one of the country's top doctor of chiropractic programs logan also offers nationally ranked online graduate programs in rewarding like health informatics informatics athletic training health professions education and more become a healthcare hero begin at logan dot edu nationally ranked globally respected. Logan university. Leaders made are you looking for a hands on education. Are you driven by careers. That make a difference. As a nationally ranked health sciences university. Logan offers graduate degrees in in demand. Fields like nutrition sports science athletic training health informatics and health professions education combined online convenience with hands on experience and put your skills into practice. Sooner go all in on a career you'll love visit logan dot edu nationally ranked globally respected. Logan university leaders.
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"What we have identified with a detective walk. Is that whoever is behind the big lobby for ivanka. Trump is not on telegram which means not russians because she's only fourteen percent support on telegram but she's got thirty nine percent support on twitter. The plot thickens. You can still vote right up to nine o'clock. will it be ivanka. Instead will be donald or will it be neither now. This is the spot where. I look back at the seven days in our checkered history. This is the week. And it's another momentous. One in one thousand nine hundred twenty nine. It wasn't all chocolates and roses on valentine's day in chicago. It was bullets and wreaths when seven gangsters were killed in what became known as the saint. Valentine's day massacre killed allegedly on. Why we say allegedly. You can't sue us. It definitely was him. But it says here killed allegedly on our capone's orders no it wasn't a wise move in nineteen seventy one by richard nixon. That's not richard nixon. That's alka porn. But that's richard nixon. When he installed a secret in the white house it of course proved his downfall with the watergate. Cover up when the tapes were replayed and his guilt was confirmed. It is interesting. I was just talking to a good friend of mine. Former captain of the scotland rugby team earlier today. Findlay colder richard. Nixon was miles ahead. He was costing against a very very weak democratic party. Candidate george mcgovern..
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"So it's air air but ryan's Inexperienced head coach and all the players on the floor are even more inexperienced than he is. So surprise. Surprise teams foreign eleven. Like i don't like it's the least shocking thing to me have. Yeah i mean. It's it's tough to because i mean even just looking at the roster so you have eh davis who has been with team this year and you also have ricky rubio. 's only guys who were over thirty and then the next oldest guy is jake lehman at twenty six. Been awful surprise to me. Yeah i mean that's what's been most remarkable to me and not in a good way. Both him and i should expected watcher to struggle. I think a wacho. It's it's tough. Because when i know and i'm friends with wild guys covered denver. Great dude going to be in that with adam sandler but in terms of doing things on defense or doing anything with the ball is not shooting it. He's he's the mess out on the court and jake lehman. Shot is just gone. Like i was the one thing i thought was going to translate to the nba. And it hasn't been like he's athletic. He can do some things. But i mean he's shooting fourteen percent this year grand small sample size but Confidence is a small sample size up. Yeah that's a surprising. Thing is is for many minutes. Jay climate has played this season. Ninety percent of them have come playing not with confidence and that was something. I never would have expected coming into. Would've expected that jerk off i would expect that from watch. gomez but that's the reason they had j. claiming as the day one starter this guy. They've a known like not that he's great shakes or anything but like he's gonna do this he's gonna execute and and yeah i mean i. It sounds like small potatoes record jake. implying while a team is you guys are getting into. That has no power floor. Rubik's you're hoping to just get like a little bit of cops. Josh logging major powerful minutes in his shot. Unfortunately like i was hoping this your shot was gonna fall and it's been wayward this year Joe what do you think about. What do you think about it for position. You think you think josh gift beginning more minutes..
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"Harden. It's easy for you to hire non diversity or easier right It's not right. So what's right hiring a diverse t- right. It's the right freaking thing to do right so hard is an excuse. I get hard. It doesn't matter right. We have to fight through it as coaches leaders. People forget that's why i was generalizing this as people. We have to fight through this stuff and do what we can do right so i'm not. I am not trying to get someone to work eighteen hour days or something like that but within the context of what you're doing it's the right thing to do are no excuses you have to. We have to each individually figure out how to cut through the excuses and do something up to share our privilege to share it to grow it. Whatever whatever whatever term you wanna use would you wanted to cut through the heart. Yeah did i. Was it too aggressive. No no that's that's it and that's where that's where you awesomely have to land as you ultimately have to get to the spot where you accept yes. This is difficult doesn't matter no. I'm gonna find a way to make an extra right thing for can do right now. How how much you do is up to you but that you do it. We don't have. I don't know what would the epiphany for me is. I'm really jazzed up about so one thing that maybe can go into another meta caster. Not this post made me think about women in agile. Coaching and i went to and you know me i have. I have this odd. A of oddities so i went to the scrum alliance. I and i literally counted right. Wing coaches so certified team coaches. Ctc's in c. c.'s Fourteen percent of the fourteen percent of the c. e. c.'s are women and sixteen percent of the c. T. c.'s are women and there's overlapping. Some people have both right. I have both And that disappointed me and it was like what f right. I literally am like w i was figuring fifty fifty or something. I've worked with some outstanding women in the agile community. What the hell is going on with that. Asking for chris And i'm like. I have some privilege. I don't know exactly what i'm gonna do what i'm going to agitate the waters and take some personal action to reach out to people say can i help you. It's not desserts. i'm not triggering on the letter. It's a it's a measurement it's a measurement triggering on. We need more women. agile coaches. what can i do to grow that. Grow those folks. What can i actively do now. Clearly i'm not going to reach out to hundred people. I don't have the bandwidth for that. But i'm not gonna sit on my ass and do nothing like i want to do so. I'm getting a little bit. Jazzed up on the professional privilege side of yep gotcha we think so. So from beautiful downtown sticking a fork in cary. North carolina jameson shake and bake take care..