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"harford" Discussed on WTOP
"Annapolis but nothing major. Route 50 to 70 and also the Capitol Beltway in Maryland. All moving well at this time. I'm Bryan Albin WTOP traffic. We do have thunderstorms in one part of the area. They are in northern Washington County in Maryland and northern and central parts of Frederick County including between Thurmont and Walkersville continuing to push south pretty soon to affect Mount Airy and the Urbana area and maybe even northern Montgomery County in the next few minutes. We'll keep watching the radar to let you know. Let's get more tonight from 7news first alert chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson. Sliding into our weekend. We've got some pretty nice weather out there. Now early evening the northern most counties of Maryland up around Frederick County, Carroll County, Harford, Cecil, even Baltimore County there could a be spotty shower or thunderstorm early evening late evening skies will clear those clouds and fog some will start to form temperatures will be in the 60s to low 70s by early Saturday morning expect afternoon highs on Saturday in the upper 80s looking okay looking dry and dry for much of Sunday to near 90 degrees rain will be moving back in Sunday night could even have a few embedded thunderstorms and Monday afternoon and evening timing a bigger weather maker that could bring some storms I'm 70s chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson in the first alert Weather Center Reagan national at 79 BWI Marshall 78 dollars 78 degrees and just repeating again it's not a severe thunderstorm but pretty heavy rain and high winds just to the north of walk Walkersville I should say in Frederick County and right across Hagerstown Maryland as well and continuing to push south and east stay with us here on WTOP money news 10
"harford" Discussed on WTOP
"Steel is not sold at Lowe's or The Home Depot. There are over 10,000 authorized local steel dealers, find yours at steel USA dot com, Lowe's and The Home Depot are trademarks of their respective companies. This is WTO news. Four 53. We now know how many people were caught speeding in the first few months since speed cameras went up in fairfax county. They went up and ate school zones and one construction zone, Jeff McKay is chair of the county board of supervisors and he says they went up in February. In the first two months, drivers were only given a warning if they went over the speed limit, 1200 went out. By after April 10th drivers started getting tickets for speeding, McKay says the point of the speed cameras isn't to raise revenue, but to change drivers behavior. It's four 53 high school students say fentanyl fueled opioid overdoses are all too common and teachers are routinely carrying Narcan to save lives. Fairfax county parents have been briefed on the rising threat of fentanyl. Fairfax county school superintendent Michelle Reid told parents gathered at Woodson high school, the fentanyl issue is significant. It is a nationwide problem and the county's epidemiologist Jennifer felt is told parents the problem has been growing in the past two years. American adolescents we've seen quite a rapid increase in fentanyl deaths. Charter says there were no hospital emergency department visits by teens in 2019 in fairfax for opioid overdoses, but that changed last year. We had 27 ED visits for non fatal opioid overdose among use that year. And through March of this year, we have seen 11 such EV visits. Particularly on
"harford" Discussed on WTOP
"Missing dangerous drivers going the fastest. Our news partners at NBC four obtained a report prepared by prince George's county police, showing that between April and October of last year, no drivers photographed traveling 90 miles an hour or more were issued a speeding citation. Former triple-A spokesman John Townsend says a technical problem could be preventing police from being able to definitively identify which car in a photograph is speeding. The most important thing is to have the camera. But when you have anomalies in the system where drivers are going a 140 mph and they're not ticketed, that shows a lack of confidence in the data. The vendor of the camera is declined to comment county police say the ultimate goal is to reduce speed on route two ten and that is happening. Some Montgomery county residents are fired up about a proposed plan to take lanes away from another busy area road. It's part of an effort to make that road safer for pedestrians and bicyclists. The so called road diet pilot program would reduce tuckerman lane in North Bethesda from four lanes down to two with a single lane in each direction between old Georgetown road and Rockville pike. At a virtual meeting yesterday, several residents spoke out against the plan. It seems to me that what's going to occur here is only going to cause traffic jams. It is dangerous. I agree. But this is not the solution by any means. The debts, the injuries, no one wants that. And so I understand and appreciate that you're trying to do something about that. However, and I hope that you're listening, I don't think this is the way to go. Lanes were recently taken away from nearby old Georgetown road to create bike lanes winning praise from bike riders and raising anger and frustration from many residents and drivers. Maryland teacher says he'll appeal a judge's ruling that he can no longer serve on a county council unless he resigns from his job as a middle school science teacher, a judge in harford county ruled that Jacob Bennett can't do both at the same time. Hartford county has argued Bennett is not allowed to be a council member and be employed in another state job. Bennett says voters knew he was a teacher when they elected him. Coming up on WTO two local college towns top a list of the healthiest in the country. 9 43. Over 70% of federal agencies don't have full knowledge of where their data is stored, impacting agency leaders ability to make informed decisions and accelerate digital transformation. Cloud era government solutions offers data and motion capabilities
"harford" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"But they weren't able to get enough stops in those moments. It felt like Al Horford hit three or four threes in a row that would drop the lead to 13 and then the warriors would come back and hit another one that would make it 16. Al Horford was the Jon Snow sword meme. In the second half, just trying to watch enough TV to know what that even means. Don't admit that on TV. Game of Thrones brother? I didn't watch and watch Game of Thrones and it sounded like for the last season I was better off for not having done it. So I learned a lot of TBI. Well, I don't watch games. You've seen the affair, but you've never seen Game of Thrones. Yup. And I'm proud of it too. And I'm proud of it. I'm proud of it. Use my spare time watching basketball. I don't know what you do. Aside from watching the affair, but harford, yeah, I mean, Horford kept hitting threes and you kind of felt like it was weird 'cause I was also in that space night, I tweeted this like trying to figure out whether I should start my story without going to have to write overnight. And I'm like, are the Celtics going to do this or not? Because it would be nice to know whether I need to get a head start on writing this piece. So it was a little bit annoying from that standpoint, but you did get the impression in the first half when they had their highest turnover half of the playoffs. This probably isn't going to end well for this team, even if they mount a little bit of a comeback. That was the case. It was even as someone with no dog in the fight, not caring who won. It was frustrating to watch because it kind of that was where the series became less competitive. Boston couldn't afford to turn the ball over and still have a chance. It also felt like every time Horford hit a three, it was like the most random three the warriors would come back and hit the next. It was like auto border. It's like what? Yeah, it was like stuff coming back. Oh my God, draymond green. So yeah, the turnovers. I actually have an email here real quick that I just want to read..
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Disaster talk radio 6 80 Wcbm and 99.9 FM in Harford County. Radium Saints A D. C B a little bit unusual for me. We're going to take some callers. This our next hour early on, because we have great callers. I also want to remind you, those of you who are Able to to get your copies of American Marxism. I'm hearing it more and more referenced by Guests on T V and so forth and the language being used in there, too. So We really do need to spread the word things are getting worse than not getting better. The speech that Biden gave today he talks down to the American people. This is a very stupid man. He's been stupid, his whole life. Talks down to the American people. He threatens the American people. He doesn't talk to the Taliban the way he talks about the American people. He doesn't talk about the Taliban the way talks about Republican governors as I've mentioned before. This is a really sick guy. And yet he was surrounded by equally sick and evil people. And they're trying to impose their will on us. They will impose their will by executive order. They will impose their will by economic threats. They will impose their will, by by passing legislation by packing the courts. They will do whatever they can do. Whatever they shows more respect to Putin than he does us more respected G, then he does us the Islam a Nazi regime in Tehran than he does us. Kind of president You ever heard of a president gets up there and just starts threatening 80 million Americans and And talking down to all the rest of us and then turning 80 million Americans against 200 million. And what? Where the hell is this guy? Think he is? How much equity do you have in your home? 150,000 or more? It's not Out of the question anymore. Is it? Given the increase.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Wcbm wcbm dot com or 99.9 FM in Harford County. Alright, it's the last few minutes of Casey in company with Congressman Andy Harris and myself. Nicole Harris filling in for Sean Casey. So I can't believe three hours goes like that. I know. I know. We've got a couple of calls online after Sean Hannity's morning commentary. We hope we can. We can get to at least one of them before we go to traffic and weather and stuff. I just want to give a big thanks to our executive producer, Kristen for always keeping us failing us out as we continue to learn the ropes. These newbies here behind the microphones. Poor Kristen. Yeah, I know. I don't wanna know how much she worries about coming to work this morning like, Oh, my God. What are they going to do today? Exactly anyway, But we have traffic and weather on the threes. Here's check Whitaker and you know what they say. It's a microphone and a phony at the mike. Oh, Oh, Take it easy. Now I've been called much worse by the Baltimore Sun. Oh, please. That doesn't even compare. But look, Look who's writing it? Without saying North bound jfx. Another report. City police say they're heading up to the area around Falls Road again, so that would be the third wreck this morning, actually, the fourth On the wreck on the Jfx so heads up. They're becoming up from 28 Street and Druid Park Lake Drive. Late wreck in the city Reisterstown Road at Fulton Avenue. A couple of areas of slow traffic. Get on the Beltway interlude towards green spring, and we're busy towards route 40 west on the outer loop. Delays towards the Bay Bridge continue two lanes on the main span. Traffic is moving. But you have delays beginning around Cape ST Clare Road headed east on 50 through the area. I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled you CVM. Our weather forecast for today. Scattered showers and storms remaining this morning but dry by the afternoon, then partly cloudy and 82 degrees. Partly cloudy tomorrow in a slight chance for showers or.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All colors, verse Holy, his show Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm and 99.9 FM in Harford County, say 53 type of traffic weather on the three Once again the update. Now here's Chuck Whittaker delays still there. They're working on the wreck he's found I 70 the ramp to the inner loop and again. Two trucks ran together there earlier this morning. Little fuel spill the fire department out there now with some sand and some others. Of going on. So that delay is eastbound. I 70 from the Howard County Line. The ramp to the outer loop is open. But all of this has just caught up in that delay. If you're coming out of Howard County, the only option really is eastbound on route 40. But there might be a little better than this rolling delay of about a mile and a half or so coming into the Beltway. The interleukin green spring is still slow to the jfx into brake lights on the Parkfield side. Baltimore County with the wreck Lansdowne Road near Washington Boulevard. City Police are still out at Wilkins Avenue at Millington Avenue over on the Southwest side. I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 double U. C B M W CD. Um Weather Channel forecast is going to study hard and human again today with a high of 98 already on our way as we speak at 82. In the 1000 right now. 81 elegant city and time for Sean Hannity's morning minutes. Your Morning Cup of Sean, This is Sean Hannity. Morning minutes now over 135 officers this year alone, killed in the line of duty. This is not hysteria. This is what you get with defund..
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Phone. 4 10 6611111. Couple six is five points. Orioles winners over the Indians, 18 to 5. They take the series and now started to game home series against the Mets. Tomorrow night. The Nats were, um, lost the Phillies 12 6, losing two of three. They're on the road against the Rays. The Oreo's place, starting pitcher John Means and attending Angeles with the left shoulder stream. Winners of the NHL playoffs last night. Canadians over the Jets 5 to 1 Day lead that series. Defeat of the Colorado ABS, 5 to 1. You're winning. Pick three number 86 to the pick 4 to 086 at 807. You're up to date on Casey and Company talk radio 6 80 wcbm at 99.9 FM in Harford County. The Wcbm studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Call Rod Borowy for that solution for 1266 11 20. This is Casey and company with Sean Casey on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm in Harford County. Listen to 99.9 FM. All right. It's our number three here on Casey in company Talk radio 6 80 Wcbm back in March. There was a confrontation between the pastor and worshippers at the Greater Grace World Outreach Church in northeast Baltimore. They have been sighted. Uh On numerous occasions for not requiring masks and social distancing. They were fined a total of $100 the health department to put a closure sign up on the church door. Somebody had ripped that sign down. That's the reason why they got fined. And so the Housing department and the Health Department showed up and they wanted to gain access into the church. The pastor and the church Security Guard would not let them inside the church without a warrant, which I believe to be their constitutional right. Baltimore Police Department was called. It was tense at first. But then things kind of settled down. I thought we'd play you Some of the audio from the video that was posted on the Baltimore Sun paper website here this morning. Faster here. Somebody in charge. I'm in charge of you, intuitively. OK,.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"92 66 80 on our Listeners in Harford County can tune in 99.9 FM on your radio dial. And here we are. We have Bruce and Baltimore City. Go ahead, Bruce. Good afternoon. Like, Save it. Brian Private Ryan. There was some particularly pulling it moment. Where in that movie, Uh, war department. Send your leather. Theo. The mother. Uh, Private Ryan, each other brothers, 54 other brothers or killed in action. And this is the letter that Abraham Lincoln Wrote to Miss Bixby when five union soldiers were killed. I'll try to make get through it real quickly. Executive Mansion Washington November 21 18 64. Do you, madam? I've been shown in the files of the war department. Ah Statement of the Advocate General Massachusetts that you are the mother of five sons who have died. Lawlessly on the field of battle. I feel how weak and fruitless must be any words of mine which attempt to bug to beguile you. When the grief of our laws so overwhelming, but I cannot be framed from tending to the consolation that may be found in the thanks of the republic. They died to save. I pray that our heavenly father may often the anguish of your bereavement and leave you only the cherished memory off the robbed and lost and the solemn pride that must be yours to have laid. So costly a sacrifice upon the altar of freedom. You weren't very sincere, sincerely and respectfully, a Lincoln Okay, That's it all. That's it. All right. That's great. Thank you. Thanks, Bruce. For that. Keep listening. Okay. All right. Call us again. Yes. I think now's a good time, too. Turn it over to Eddie for Eddie's corner should be on this very quickly that I'm good at them. All that Jack Carter Well this week season three of Black Monday premiere. It is a dark comedy about a motley group of underdogs who wrecked havoc on Wall Street. The 19 eighties Total Boys Club features Don Cheadle Katherine Turner is with Kathleen Turner is reunited with Michael Douglas for the third season of the Kaminski Method, which which opened that your story's job yesterday which we can estimate six episodes. Very funny. When June 1st Simon cow returns his judge on America's got talent after missing part of last year due to a serious accident of the judges or Howie Mandel on Heidi Klum. September openings on Broadway on Broadway. Yes, Broadway is re opening the September Hamilton work it Move on. Ruse, Lion King, Chicago and Latin. Visy Lohan will be starting in the Netflix movie. It's surround, competent and have the name Universal was producing it bio pic about the life of sheriff. Possible. Kevin Spacey signed the Star and the man who Drew God directed by Franco Nero. Also with Vanessa Redgrave opening October 21st. Well, this date 1929. The first all color talking picture called on with the show was released by Warner Brothers, and it opened in New York City. Um Summer movie Serious has been announced by the Gordon Center and owns Mill's opening June 5th with Casablanca and June 12th with geology. Uh, local fair. You think that you guys with this highway to nowhere? Now it is possible where there are baffled as to what to do with. This is a real eye source. 1.4 miles in east Baltimore. They started it and now stopped and trying to figure out what to do with it. A subject all male. Others are concerned about not the virus, but the condition of crabs in the bay the summer early reports are the totals are down about 30%. But that still means over 265 million crabs. I just like to know who counted them. The biggest problem seems to be the lack of people. The picture crabs what Wednesday. A farmer's market opens in the morning program every Wednesday through October. We mentioned opening of the movie yesterday. Corella with Emma Stone made by Disney and as you mentioned why.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nothing deficit to win 10 6 and Camden Yards. Ryan Mount Castle doubled and drove in four. Michael Franco homered in growing three in the Wind, snapping the Orioles four game losing streak. The Orioles host the race tonight. Pensioner ya Deal Hernandez. Bogus Quotas Ties solo homer in the eighth of the gnats went on to beat the Diamondbacks three Nothing in Phoenix. The Wizards are finishing the regular season on top of 1 15 to 1 10 win over the Charlotte Hornets, wrapping up the eight seed In the playoffs, and the Capitals will look to add to their seriously tonight The Washington would take on the Boston Bruins. Game two first round of capital One arena. Washington won 3 to 2 in Game one in overtime on Saturday. You're winning. Pick three number 510 the pick 46040 in Europe today at 607. On Casey and company talk radio 6 80 Wcbm and 99.9 FM in Harford County. Wcbm. The studios are sponsored by a safe retirement solution. Call Rod Borowy today for that solution for 10 to 66 11 20. Gentlemen, start your engines. Are you so happy? It's a beautiful zippity Do da days full of energy. Hope optimist. Do you have to know what day it is? This day? We all get the crap scared out of us by blood side of vampires. That's that, dude, that's today. You have the other money? No. Okay, Mr Text me anymore. Dance show time. Casey and companies starts now on talk radio 6 80 Wcbm on 99.9 FM in Harford County. We're gonna try. We're not gonna take it. We're ripping it off Mask freedom. Well, maybe top.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"80 wcbm love it. If you're listening to K C and company this morning, right here on talk radio 6 80 wcbm. You may be aware of this story. If your you joined us, you know, Ada right here this morning. You may have missed it, and the audio is pretty compelling. It makes me wonder what kind of idiot does what this guy actually did. There's an investigation underway after a Harford County sheriff's deputy arrested a guy Who walked up on a traffic stop from behind the officer. To record it. Do you think that that guy had any understanding whatsoever? How dangerous that is to do. You have a police officer who's engaged. In that point against giving a ticket to somebody, But, you know, please, Officer get shot while this is happening. And you walk up behind him. What kind of an idiot are you? Truly This happened. 500 block of last year. How we last week. The guy's name is Sean Paul Reyes. He's from New York 30 years old. And he called himself or calls himself. A constitutional activist. This is how the body cam recorded How the exchange began. This is traffic Stop. You need to back up. You can't walk up behind us. Let's back up. You don't know me back up. You don't know me. I'm telling you to back up like I'm telling you to back up back up now, the deputy said, Look, you're perfectly allowed to record.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lori in Bel air dot com. The views and opinions you here on talk radio 6, 80, wcbm and wcbm calm are not necessarily those of the owners, management, employers and advertisers of wcbm. But they should be. This'd what's happening. Everyone is talking about Gamestop powerful enough to knock out hedge funds restricted trading of stocks. South African isolate We worried about many things with these variants, vaccinate, vaccinate, vaccinate. The latest update First you gotta do is get his colon back at the top and the bottom of the hour. We're not going to do this in a piecemeal way. Involved in the whole gang appeared to be just getting warmed up. Shaking throughout the day, the enemy is within the half of representatives talk radios. 60 wcbm. Good morning, 6 23 on the morning drive traffic, or they're onto three Chuck Whittaker looking at 83 in the area Just up around the ramps of Mount Carmel Road and up through that area towards New York road again. Some of the colder areas could have some problems. But as far as the interstates are concerned, all is well on 83 95 looks good. Now keep in mind. There was direct east found on I 70 after the split and threw 40 and before Marriottsville Road, you They still have some flashing lights there, and they could still be crowding The left hand. Lane wasn't a major problem in Harford County. The Darlington Road Bridge at Deer Creek is now closed for repairs. The accident yesterday involving the tractor trailer did some damage to the bridge detours. We're going to take 45 days, according to state Highway Up through that area. I'm shocked Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes. I'll talk radio 6 80 doubled you, C B s. You were the gentle forecast to light flurries fault. This morning with the storm is out of here. It's over three days. Storm got a total of 4 to 6 inches, depending upon where you work. Sun's coming out later on high 38 Right now it's 34 in Annapolis and in his 30 and Laurel,.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"And analyze number 30 30. The NFL is not sponsor commotion in any way. Good morning, potato three. No, that can't possibly be the case. The clock have someone mountain time. It's 6/3 wcbm. Traffic and weather on the threes. How did that happen? Shock Whitaker. Good morning. I don't know, but I just missed 10 reports your check up slightly smaller this week. Well, what else can I say? We're looking at the summary. Still getting some snow and some moderate snow right down looking at the camera here to 95. Andrew 32. It's coming down pretty good right now. So I caught some of the crew's by surprise that this little extra snow, which is falling, covered up some of the roadways again, so they're out working. And, of course, there are still plowing and salting but like yesterday because they're working in the middle of the roadway, primarily some of the shoulder areas on these major roadways are completely snow covered. He had to make an emergency move. You gonna have a problem? The major interstates right now are open. That's going to be the secondary roads in the bridges, overpasses and ramps again today, Harford County one wreck with a tractor trailer early this morning Darlington Road at the Deer Creek Bridge. I'm sure could occur with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 doubled you CBM Winter weather advisory is still in effect until mid morning. Some light snow overnight and then light snow freezing rain, sleet all possible today, so the road conditions definitely could be Looking at times 34 the high then tomorrow's basically drive and warmer. 38 9 meteorologist Terry Smith from the Weather Channel for talk Radio. 6 80 Wcbm has been brisk outside right now, Right now, righteous tone has 28 degrees Done. Dog has 30 downtown Baltimore's 29 on talk radio. 6 80 wcbm. Good morning, It's 604. And here's some headlines, some students, the Boulder County or less than a month away from walking the halls again at their schools. This comes after the county finally released their hybrid learning plan yesterday. Face to face learning will be two days a week and virtual learning for the other three days. Staff would return on February 16 the first round of kids on March, 1st families have the option to continue with 100% virtual learning. If they wish. Followers city public schools making instruction changes due to the inclement weather, all in personally would move to virtual learning. For today, Ad Man's have advised staff to check their emails for further directions. One of the county police working hard to help keep everybody safe. Despite the inclement weather officers responded to more than 50 accidents.
Fisher Vs. Keynes: Investing Tragedy And Triumph
"Irving fisher was born in eighteen sixty seven in the town of saugerties. New york got his phd economics from yale in eighteen ninety one and for most of his adult life he enjoyed this almost unparalleled streak of success. Yeah not just as a great economist but also as an entrepreneur and investor. Tim harford is the author of the data detective. A new book that includes a chapter about irving fisher. He was the basically the inventor of what we now call the rolodex card filing system. That made him a multimillionaire. He was a diet and fitness expert. He published a book called how to live which was the freakonomics of its day. Only sold five hundred thousand copies. He set up the life extension institute. He was a campaigner on prohibition. He was a vegetarian. Assist an astonishing a prolific campaigner and thinker and he made a lot of money in the markets for a while as the stock market in the nineteen twenties was going up and up fisher was investing more and more money into it in fact even though he was already investing a ton of his own money he was also borrowing even more money to invest in stocks so that he could boost his returns fisher was just supremely confident about his forecast that the market would keep going up confident both in his own intelligence and also in the possibility of using data and statistics to predict the future. So that's where irving fisher was right before the crash of nineteen twenty. Nine john maynard. Keynes the other. Great economists of the era got there a little differently. Canes was definitely already considered one of the great economic minds of the time and just like irving fischer canes knew. He was the smartest guy in every room. He walked into same. Yeah me too something. We all share with gains right. But unlike irving fisher john maynard. Keynes had gotten some things wrong. By that point he had been humbled by the market before he had an early investment fund immediately after the first world war that just went went bankrupt and it was fine canes raise more money went back into the market. Got everyone's cashback. Everyone lived happily ever after but he had that experience going. Oh yeah. I thought i was smart on the market. Maybe i'm not smart on the market when the crash of one thousand nine hundred nine arrive. The stock market collapsed more than twenty percent in two days and within three years it had fallen more than eighty nine percent from where it was before the crash. Both and john maynard. Keynes lost a lot of money on their investments in the crash but there is a huge difference in how they responded so after the crash fisher kept doubling down on the same investments. He even kept borrowing money to invest in the same. Losing stocks for example fisher owned stock in a company called remington rand and right before the crash remington rand stock was at fifty eight dollars share but after the crash of two three months it was twenty eight dollars. A share and fisher was borrowing money and buying more shares at twenty eight dollars for years into the crash. It was one dollars a share. That is how to be a millionaire. Lose everything maybe fisher believed that his precious data just could not be wrong or that he could not be wrong or that. His self worth was tied up in this idea that he was right. Whatever the case he couldn't change his mind and he lost everything. Canes was different kane street at his failures as a chance to learn a chance to improve his process up to the crash he'd been investing based on his ability to predict the ups and downs of the whole economy. But after the crash he decided that that was just too hard to unknowable so he changed his strategy to investing in companies that he believed had good management and he thought would go up over time no matter what the overall economy was doing. Canes made a fortune for himself and for the endowment of king's college us money he was managing one of the things he said when he was trying to raise money from his own father was win or lose. This high stakes gaming amuses me. That's that's just an amazing linked to say when you're trying to persuade someone to give you money and yet in the end it helps because he just didn't take it so personally for the past few decades. A psychologist named philip tat. Lock has studied the behaviors that lead to better forecasting being very precise predictions constantly. Checking to see if your forecasts or proving true and updating your forecast if they are not true all of these make you a better forecaster. But tim says if he had to summarize. All of this research on a bumper sticker. Full cost is better when they recognized. They might be wrong and they are asking themselves. What am i missing. What perspective having tie considered. Who haven't i talked to that sort of almost paranoid suspicion that you might have messed up. And the willingness to change your mind that leads to much better forecasting you know it sounds so obvious. Just be able to change your mind and yet in practice. People really struggle to change their minds especially about their deeply held beliefs. That irving fisher could not change his mind and john maynard. Keynes could ended up making all the difference in how they lived the rest of their lives a few months after the second world war at fissuring canes both died fisher was alone and nearly bankrupt hitting bailed out by his millionaire sister-in-law and he'd completely lost his reputation as a result of his failed forecast. It's such a tragic end to a great career. Canes died a millionaire the most famous and celebrated economists on the planet and there is a quote that sometimes gets attributed to canes that. Tim also likes to remember him by. He probably never said it but he lifted which is when the facts change. I change my
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"All right. Welcome back, everybody. Our special guests, of course, is Congressman Andy Harris and his wife, Nicole Harris, and we're gonna take some. And you're also here, right? Yes, but can I s can be a question. No, I'm gonna ask him anyway, and You know? With. What was it Wednesday? What were you doing? I mean, did you go to the rally at all? Or I didn't because you know, I was preparing. I was reading the election things about the election. You know what? The arguments we were going to make on the floor against us against accepting the S O. I was I was working for the people. I mean, you're so you were a limited number. Not everybody in the house were forced mandated to be there. But you weren't No. Yeah. In fact, Nancy Pelosi, it's very strange rules were only 11. People from each party from each party could be in the chair. Chamber and you're, like, Wait a minute we're going to discuss We're gonna discuss something. It's important. And if you know, you know the chamber I mean, you can put 100 people in there and there. There's social distance. You know, we got 150 their social distance. She limited to 11 and the Republicans like No, This is important. We're gonna be here. So we had about 120 Republicans on the floor. So you were based on 10 Democrats. So that day you were facing the there's working. Yeah, This is a your important thing was doing his job. His job, you know? Working for the taxpayers. And he was doing a good job and he stood up and said what he had to say. And you know what's amazing in the you should really get a lot of credit for what you did, because you're the only one that did it. You stood up out of all those Republicans and you straighten that guy. Yeah, because he was breaking ground. Lamb. Yeah, that's unbelievable. You deserve a lot of credit Here is Lily. Really good evening. I, um I just wanted to come on and first say, Congressman Harris, I deeply um I'm deeply like gratified. Um, when you contested the election Um, also, um, regarding the schools. I am now in my junior year of high school, um, in the public school system, and it is pretty much been wiped out. And we had people like that. See the boss. It made the promise that we would go back to school, and it is now January and she resigned. Um, but we're now, um Things like we're on like 10 the 10th month. Of this, like everlasting quarantine. Um, I'm just wondering, Is there like, what Is it going to take to open the public school system? Lily, I will tell you that I know Secretary of Divorce did make that promise. And she tried. We tried to get funding and medical bills directed right, But we tried to get funding in the bills that would be directed only to those locations that opened up school That would help. Of course, the Democrats opposed it. E they They wanted money to go to schools that are closed. I'm like, I'm sorry You're close. Why do you no more money? If you're if you're closed, also Lily. Most of these decisions are made at the local level. And I don't know if you were tuned in earlier. But as I mentioned, the Super Citizen Legal Foundation is suing the Baltimore County School system, it was announced the day in front of hundreds of people. Who had showed up for the rally, and that is what you need to do with the local level. Now in Harford County, you're in the same problem and I don't know if they have we We can't just we could do it on our own. But we really need people of standing. Who are parents, and we have 2500 parents. That are available to stay in there. I don't know if you have a group online, for example, and Harford County. I mean, we consume Harford County also, but that is the only way you're going to get to these people because the school boards and the superintendent's or under the power of the teachers, unions. It wasn't only that in the very beginning of Governor Hogan. It actually closed down all the schools. And then what happened was it was like a ping pong game. But he doesn't have the authority to open them. No. Yeah, but But But So what he did was he left it all up to the county executive, So no, no, no, no, he's technically legally does not have the authority. Open the schools. That's a decision made by the superintendent, not even the county executive. Quite frankly. Has the power. Okay, I've been I'm just gave out misinformation. Well, you're not going into the courtroom next week, but really, that's what we have to do. And I know you're one of our friends and that's the word you have to spread. But Andy what he just said. See, that's the greatness about Trump. Trump gave us so many gifts. That were unsolicited, unexpected and they were wonderful. And use the federal government and the proper way to try to influence like these local school boards and money certainly influences people that's for sure. Hair is caught. Who wants to talk? Go back to originally the Capitol police Good evening. E. Don't good. I'm good. I'm glad you wouldn't hurt. And that may lay or whatever, actually wanna caught But they probably wouldn't trump supporters and find his antsy for really involved in but they're not gonna say that. But here's my question for you. Couple questions and the president pardoned himself. Yes. Yes, the President president could. Yeah, I mean, And then there's you know there's legal debate. But basically, most legal scholars feel the president could pardon himself. Yes, I would do that myself because they're trying to get this man. Oh, they will go. They will not stop until he is either impeached again and then can hold office or until they try to, you know, put him behind bars, but, you know You know, the thing about President Trump is he's a business guy from New York. He's used to spend it to being in court to being sued all the time or whatever. So you know, they talk about the lawsuits he lost. Hey, 1 90%. That's right. And let me well, they lady officer out in the capital. I don't I don't know there was there was some word. There was some talk of that. You know, I just don't know because you know we're out now until well, we probably come back to impeach the president on Tuesday. But otherwise we were supposed to be out until the inauguration. So you know we're not getting a whole lot of information. Nancy Pelosi is making all the decisions you know, even though she only won by a narrow margin has a very narrow majority. She's like an authority authoritarian and let me say another thing. See another thing, Jack. You think What's that? Are we going to get another stimulus checks? You think? Yeah, I think so. I think probably within a month, Okay? And let me say another thing. Andy Harris. Ah, Congressman Here is Harris was not at that protest. He was in his office. And in committees and on the floor that day, he was working for the taxpayers and I'll say it again. He was not at that person's. You know, I was representing my district. I mean, my district supports the president. Um, my district voted for the president. Large majority. My district voted for the president. They know that this president cares for the average working man and woman in this country, and not not not not the liberal elites. It's President Trump who cares for them and that they know what they feel it you know, You can't fool Americans. You can't put it didn't they're catching on. Despite the press being against the president every day for four years in constant couldn't full 75 million people. Well, here's Here's the deal. It's Joe Biden would say. He's going to have to pardon his entire family. Because they're going to come after them. And he's gonna be the first president in the history of the United States to pardon 75 million people. They're coming after everybody that they cancel culture is not stopping punishment..
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The way, Congressman I'm gonna intro caution touch with both people in West Virginia. I have a friend I talked to about every week. Yeah, So I'm informed of what's going on up there and with especially him. Very good, Jim. Thanks. So much for the call. Thanks for that input. Tate 43 traffic, whether on the threes Now with the update, Here's the King Chuck Whitaker brought to you as a service to Riverside Marine and has six of family tradition since 1976 back at the Bay Bridge, singling eastbound left hand lane is open on the main span construction. On the Far East End of the bridge, usually between 9 15 9 30. They open up one lane on the westbound side. But for right now we're dealing with a single lane and a backup coming into the toll plaza at Sandy Point. Pulaski Highway Middle River Road, still working on the accident there with a fuel spill north about 95 the wreck after Mountain Road still a problem. In Harford County. Delays begin before you get to the exit, therefore Mountain Road, So your options are Philadelphia Road or Route 40. And in the meantime, the city police reporting a new record at Northern Parkway at Falls Road, Riverside Marine is hosting Maryland's on Lee went to a boat show Now through February, 28th safely following CDC guidelines in a huge heated tent, offering boat show prices. We have a great deal of inventory on him. You must make an appointment for the show by calling for 10. 686 1500. I'm sure quicker with traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio. 6 80 Double U. C B s. We're the Channel forecast cloudy today and it is going to be mild and dry and high of 46 right now. 32.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Everybody. Our special guests, of course, is Congressman Andy Harris. And his wife, Nicole Harris, and we're gonna take some. And you're also here, right? Yes, But can I ask any question? I'm gonna ask him anyway, Andy. You know? With what was that one's detail. What were you doing? I mean, did you go to the rally at all? Or I didn't because you know, I was preparing. I was reading the election things about the election. You know what? The arguments we were going to make on the floor against us against accepting the S O. I was I was working for the people. I mean, you so you were a limited number, Not everybody in the house. Forced or mandated to be there, but you weren't no. Yeah. In fact, Nancy Pelosi, it's very strange rules were only 11. People from each party from each party could be in the chamber and you're like, Wait a minute. We're going to discuss we discuss something. It's important. And if you know, you know the chamber I mean, you can put 100 people in there in there. There's social distance. You know, we have 150 their social decency. She limited to 11 and the Republicans like No, This is important. We're gonna be here. So we had about 120 Republicans on the floor. So you were based on 10 Democrats. So that day you were basically there's working, and this is a very important thing is doing his job doing his job, you know? Working for the taxpayers. And he was doing a good job and he stood up and said what he had to say. And you know what's amazing in the you should really get a lot of credit for what you did, because you're the only one that did it. You stood up out of all those Republicans and you straighten that guy out because he was breaking that Goddamn. Yeah, that's unbelievable. You deserve a lot of credit. Here is Lily. Really good evening. Hi. Um, I just wanted to come on and first say, Congressman Harris, I deeply I'm deeply gratified. Um, when you contested the election Um, also, um, regarding the schools. I am now in my junior year of high school, um, in the public school system, and it is pretty much been wiped out. And we had people like that. See the boss that made the promise that we would go back to school. And it is now January and she resigned. Um, but we're now. Um Think like we're on like 10 the 10th month. Of this are like everlasting quarantine. Um, I'm just wondering, Is there like what Is it going to take to open the public school system? Really? I will tell you that I know Secretary of Divorce did make that promise. And she tried. We tried to get funding in this fellow bills directed right, But we tried to get funding in the bills that would be directed only to those locations that opened up school that would help. Of course, the Democrats opposed it. Right? I mean, they they wanted money to go to schools that are closed. I'm like, I'm sorry You're closed. Why do you no more money? If you're if you're closed, also Lily. Most of these decisions are made at the local level. And I don't know if you were tuned in earlier. But as I mentioned The Super Citizen Legal Foundation is suing the Baltimore County school system. It was announced today in front of hundreds of people who had showed up for the rally. And that is what you need to do with the local level. Now in Harford County, you're in the same problem and I don't know if they have we We can't just we could do it on our own. But we really need people of standing. Who are parents, and we have 2500 parents that are available to stand now. I don't know if you have a group online, for example, and Harford County. I mean, we consume Harford County also, but that is the only way you're going to get to these people. Because the school board and the superintendents are under the power of the teachers unions. What wasn't only that, in the very beginning of Governor Hogan had actually closed down all the schools. And then what happened was it was like a ping pong game. But he doesn't have the authority to open them. No. Yeah, but here, but But So what he did was he left it all up to the county executive, So no, no, no, no, he's technically legally does not have the authority. Open the schools of the decision made by the superintendent, not even the county executive, Quite frankly. Has the power. Okay, then I'm just gave out misinformation. Well, you're not going into the courtroom next week. But Lily, that's what we have to do. And I know you're one of our friends and that's the word you have to spread. But Andy what he just said. See, that's the greatness about Trump. Trump gave us so many gifts. That were unsolicited, unexpected and they were wonderful. And use the federal government and the proper way to try to influence like these local school boards and money certainly influences people that's for sure. Hair is Claude, who wants to talk Go back to originally the Capitol police. Good. Good. Good evening. E doing good. I'm good. I'm glad you.
"harford" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That those who perpetrated those acts of violence would be prosecuted the full extent of the law and he did not condone it, and he condemned it. Others inside his administration have also stepped forward and said they condemned it. But that's not enough. And now this is pure showboat City stuff. Nancy Pelosi realizes she does not have a prayer a prayer. For actually making this happen, not a prayer. Chuck Schumer realizes there's no prayers. 13 days left less than two weeks left. Move on, for heaven's sakes. Adam Kinzinger, who wants a bigger role in Congress. Hey, listen, yeah, let's do it. The 25th Amendment. You want to tell me exactly on what grounds would do the 25th amendment? Are we going to argue now that he has somehow intellectually unhinged? That he does not have the capacity for rational thought, and you're going to get a majority of the members of Cabinet, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera to actually wait in on that. It's not going to happen. It's just not So please enough already for 10 Wcbm 6 80 Toll free long distance is 1 800 wcbm 6 80. On joining us right now from the offices of Vinny Steel is Vinnie Steel. What a surprise. Vinny. Good morning. How are you? You know, this would be helpful. Very good morning. How are you this morning? Hey, Bruce. Good morning. How are you? I'm well, thanks. And thanks for Mr Groening. This is always Yeah. Happy New year to you as well. I would imagine. Look, most years of this particular holiday season is a very, very slow season for for real estate. But for you, it has not been It's been pretty busy. Yeah, I think things have been busy. Yeah, we've been. We've been out there doing a lot of things. It's been a been a great year for us. You know, Real estates, one of the unique industries where you're not only able to help change the life of a client but also work in conjunction with some great organizations in our community, Um, and serve in ways that that I can't even comprehend. You know, we're out there helping our customers through some dramatic life experiences, whether there Empty nesters looking to downsize or someone that needs to sell a home of a loved one or the first time buyer who's who's looking to start investing in themselves or somebody just found over the last 10 months set. Current home just doesn't fit their needs any any longer. Or maybe it's an investor looking to free up some capital or moved from Capitol around to another investment. We know that accomplishing goals for our clients is absolutely making a profound change in their life and really making a difference, And we really feel the same way about the outreach that we're doing in the community. Well, tell me about some of the comments that you've had coming in. Going on when you're making a difference. Yeah, I think you know for us. You know, we're just we're grateful to be able to give back to the community. Um, you know, community has been supporting us for for 18 18 years now and, uh, We've met some incredible customers along the way. You know, we were here to hear the stories that that really drive us and we feel the same way about the work that we're doing with Johns Hopkins Children's Center. You know, I know so many people in our listening in the listening area are familiar with some of the what I call miracles. That they do at the hospital. And if people are not familiar, I strongly recommend that you go check out Hopkins Children's Hopkins Children's dot award to read about some of the incredible stories about these things true heroes over there at the hospital, and we're just so grateful to all of our clients. Who were referring their friends, their families their co workers to us last year. Not only were we able to provide those referrals with our award winning service, but we were also able to donate $20,000. To help a very worthy cause. That is a remarkable accomplishment. So thanks to all of our listeners as well as the people who referred folks too many you were out there doing things other than helping people of Johns Hopkins soldiers. Center. Yeah, that's right, Bruce. Bunch of organizations that we don't eat too, including American cancer society. We were helping you guys with your real men wear pink. Dr. Thank you Happen to be a part of that. We also, uh, you know, partner with a less right for life, Susan G. Komen Foundation. But one of the things that we really enjoyed in 2020 was our pizza drive. We talk to you guys about it a while back. And that was serving the families that at Hartford County with Harford County public schools, and we were able to get out about 100 pizzas within a few weeks period, you know, trying to help some families that were struggling when when covert first hit. So overall, it sounds like a very successful 2024 u on both of your business and in your outreach that that's right, Bruce. It's been great, and we're ready to do it again. And 2021. This year we're on a mission to raise $25,000 for Johns Hopkins Children's Center. So the question that everybody is. Who do you know that's thinking about making a move that you could refer to our real estate team? Not only are they gonna be well cared for But you could be rest assured that a portion of our income is going to go support a very worthy cause. So we make it really easy for everybody to refer their friends and family. You can go to www dot steel rewards dot com..
You've been warned
"Welcome to kits, myths, and mysteries stores of the strange and unexplained I'm your host Kit crumb today the warning. You might think that a warning from anyone to the united. States would be directed to the Capitol Washington DC or the Pentagon and not necessarily to the people but you'd be wrong almost as highly debated as UFO's our crop circles. Circular patterns have appeared wheat and corn fields across United States and around the world they've been attributed to meteor electrical storms, crop disease pranks by teens. Perhaps, the most widely speculated source for making these often complex designs are aliens or UFO's although the term crop circle wasn't coined until the early nineteen seventies the earliest reference to designs in fields. Of Grain was in sixteen, Fifty, eight in Harford Shire inland and were said to have been created by the mowing devil in nineteen ninety a dry lake bed near Oregon's steam mountains was the side of a thirteen mile long truce Janta Mandela Crop Circle this ancient design claim by many to have been created by aliens was in reality created by a local group of artists. Likewise, the crop circles that started the world's awareness of such things was created by Doug Bauer and Dave twirly who were inspired by the saucer nest case in Australia for a farmer claim to I have. Seen a UFO, then found a flattened circle of swamp reads a massive crop circle reported to be the last warning by aliens of coming cataclysms that may possibly bring our world to the brink of destruction appeared in Washington state in July two, thousand, twelve notable Russian scientists agreed on the warning while the United States government remains noncommittal on the warning aspect of the crop circles but area farmer's preparing for summers. Harvest find a distraction more amusing than alarming. You can't do anything other than laugh dotted said Cindy Gabe who owns the field along with her husband Craig you just? kind of roll with a theory aliens and your special because aliens chose your spot trends called the give on July twenty fourth when the pattern of flatten wheat was spotted off highway one, seventy, four about five miles north of the town Wilbur. The field is about ten miles south of the grand. Coulee Dam push up your reclamation says is the largest hydropower producer in the United States the circles resemble a four leaf clover and remind Cindy and Gregg Gabe of Mickey Mouse years the design knocked down about an acre of their wheat some of it could be salvaged by combines Starts in a week or two she said but some will be lost. Crop circles have been a worldwide phenomenon for decades, and this is not the first one in Lincoln county similar circular patterns were left in crops in the Wilbur. In Twenty, ten and twenty, eight and online. There were no signs that anyone walked into the field. We're trying to figure out how they got out there without breaking any of the wheat. It's hard to walk through. CRUNCHY wheatfield not knock it down. Gibbs said at the same time it's hard to think it's aliens. So bizarre thing to wrap your brain around like the UFO's the debate over the source of crop circles continues. But now you've been warned
Why We Didn't Prepare For The Pandemic
"Again and again the world was warned that it was not ready for a pandemic warned by the World Health Organization in the World Bank and a big study last year warned by research scholars and in Long magazine articles warned even by Bill Gates in a famous Ted. Talk in two thousand fifteen if anything kills over ten million people in the next few decades. It's most likely to be a highly infectious virus rather than a war. Also there have been numerous close calls. In the last couple of decades when epidemics in some parts of the world looked like they might become global. Pandemics SARS Moore's Ebola and yet even as corona virus started spreading across the globe earlier this year people and governments throughout the world were unprepared. There wasn't enough protective equipment. They were slow to produce enough tests for the virus. The took too long to implement social distancing. A big part of the problem. Is that when it comes to preparing for a global disaster like this one we? Humans are fighting an uphill battle against a powerful force. Our own brains. The mind is full of psychological biopsies. That can lead us not to take seriously enough. These warnings of impending doom economists Harford recently chronicled. Some of these biopsies in an article for the Financial Times magazine and Tim says for example that people seem to have what's called a normalcy bias. Normalcy bias is sometimes called negative panic. It's just this idea that when things are falling apart all around you. There's a total disaster. People very often don't seem to realize how bad things are often surprisingly calm even when actually they should be taking very prompt action in a pandemic the number of infected people grows exponentially so fast that it can be hard to understand how it's spreading at the rate it is but normalcy bias might prevent us from seeing just how bad things are getting until we are overwhelmed by the problem and this doesn't just apply to global pandemics and it's not new. Tim says for evidence of normalcy bias. You can even go all the way back to the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in the year. Eighty seventy nine. When people in the town of Pompeii watch the eruption for hours instead of evacuating the city? Up until the moment that they were buried under its ash clouds. So that is normalcy bias. There's also something called optimism bias. Which is the tendency to think that even if a disaster is to you know everyone around me I myself won't be affected so I don't need to take precautions. For example a study of what people expected as hurricane. Sandy was coming in to hit the coast to New Jersey. People actually expected that it would be worse than the meteorologists did but they thought that they themselves would be fine. They didn't really need to worry. So that's optimism bias and there's also the herd instinct which Tim says just reflect that we are all very social creatures. We take our cues from what other people do. So even as a pandemic is gathering momentum. Well if everyone else is acting like they're not worried we don't get worried. We don't start wearing masks. We don't start avoiding crowds. We don't get ready to work from home. Yeah there was just this general sense of there's a pandemic has a is this corona virus thing. It seems pretty bad. It looks pretty bad in Italy. Maybe I should do something. Maybe I should do something men. But nobody's really do and then there's not moment way like Oh and he'd get toilet paper and get food needs to get mosques and he's telling shares it's too late. Everyone's doing the same thing at the same time. It's the herd instinct and Tim reminds us that government leaders and people who work at the agencies that are in charge of preparing the world for a pandemic also have these same biases so even they might be slow to act until it's too late so these psychological biopsies can help explain why the world did not start preparing itself weeks or months earlier than it did. Once Corona virus started spreading within China which is where it originated but the biopsies do not fully explain why so many countries throughout the world ignored the warnings of the past and did not have a better plan in place for the next pandemic even before corona virus started in a big reason actually has to do with the ways we make economic decisions
Maryland: General Assembly Overrides Governor's Veto of Handgun Permit Review Board Repeal
"Despite the governor's veto Maryland legislators have voted to use grab a board that handles concealed gun permits last year Maryland lawmakers abolished the five member appointed board that reviews handgun permits governor Larry Hogan veto that bill but today house members voted eighty nine to forty nine to override that veto delegate Leslie Lopez a Democrat for Montgomery County argued the board often overturned state police decisions on granting concealed carry permits delegate Susan the calmest Republican from Harford county argued abolishing the board doesn't make anyone safer the Senate is set to take up the
Top Wall Street Women Say Tech Can Help Close Gender Gap
"Advances are supplying all sorts of new tools and all sorts of industries in particular, Wall Street, and as such new paths are opening and giving women in particular an opportunity to step up at the Wall Street Journal's recent women in finance event in New York, Morgan Stanley vice-chairman Suzy Wang explains the importance of technological training and how it's key to advancing in a workplace. I thought we have to be very conscious than how we train people. So, you know, the first thing my first day of training at Morgan Stanley is now how to use your HP twelve see right out a lot more buttons on it than the calculator. I had in college. So. I think we need to train people in the sort of technical skill sets. But then I think what we have to be very conscious of is how you get women through the mid levels of their career and into the senior levels, and to me, that's a conscious view of what does it take become a rainmaker? And so we need to give people tools on how do you go from being a great worker bee and a great number three or a number two. How do you become the number one person on the team and be the person that people look to for advice or to bring your firm resources to bear on a problem for many women a career is a balancing act JP Morgan chases, head of North American mergers and acquisitions on new IN, gar notes. The beneficial things technology has done to change work and perspective throughout the years. As I was growing up a lot of the times you were spending in the office in in your early parts of your career. Just getting your three statement. Model to balance and finding in your sleep deprived? And you're trying to figure out exactly where the error is and making the math work and today, there's a lot of this that gets done through technology, tools automatically. So I think that total quantum of what it is the effort that you needed to produce the same output is now different. And the effort is less about sitting in the office at your desk and doing it, and it's much more cerebral and thinking that lends itself to doing it wherever you are. So yes, you require the mental space, but you don't have to physically be in the office. But having said that travel that hasn't changed right? I keep having this discussion about yes, you have really good technology. So why is it that you just gone video videoconference into things there's all of you can tell right. There's no way to truly understand what somebody is trying to say read between the lines read. The boardroom figure out who's convinced who was not without being in the room is I'm not smart enough to so you still have to travel. I think that's element. Is there? I don't know where the future will change that. But there's a lot of other things that have changed either in society or in terms of tools available to do the job itself. Which is different. The last thing I'd say is there's the cultural change as well where it is no longer a badge of honor to say I worked hundred hours a week. And I didn't sleep a night and go home because and this again, I admire the millennial generation right now if you do that your immediate, right? You just went smart enough to get your work done on time. And that's the healthy way to think about it. However, it's noted by SUNY Harford head of investments at UBS acid management that the power of tech advancements is a double edged sword. Especially on Wall Street if you're in sales and trading or you're in. An asset management technology is great. But it's replacing the jobs. Right. So what you need to be doing is investment banking or Manet because advice a computer cannot do that. But if you're the regulators helping it along as well, right? So if you were MiFID, you know, you can't pay for research. So what's the research person? Adding if you're in sales and trading how are trader at city was the computer NFL X right to an asset management. I'm terrified of robo advisors. Right. That is again, I really pray every day that I'm going to outperform them because otherwise what do we do with people all the time? So it's a definitely a double edged sword and the industry has to pivot huge to change the direction, we're taking and the value. Add that we're providing to our clients. It is not what it used to be. It's not the best release. You get the best relationship in the world on an equity desk. But I tell you they're trading best X they're trading with price. And that's the only thing they're going to be allowed to trade on. And they have to prove it. By the way. So no, you can't take them out to dinner. And by the way, you can't take them onto an inter because they can't go to dinner because they have to receive and they have to pay for it themselves. It's a it's a very very different industry. But on you says success comes down to relationships and trust, which perhaps women are learning how to balance with the new technology, that's helping them along the way for many of the times, it's a CEO's legacy. If the company's legacy is the most intimate thing that the company or that CEO's doing in their life, and you have the privilege of being the trusted confidante of that person. And that to me is the much cooler side of it than getting the Matt's. Right. Yes. There is there's a high only parts of your career to getting the mass, right? But I think understanding and interpreting and truly being there and providing advice, I think that's what is the interesting part of what we do and technology allows you to spend more time doing that. And less time. Kind of getting the math right
Jeffery Geller, Harford County and Maryland discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Cases, some within the past thirty days Harford county sheriff Jeffery Geller said that the investigators found evidence that the Maryland warehouse shooting suspect was suffering from mental illness and employee told his. Wife that the shooter had been having an argument with someone then went off and began firing a handgun but
Maryland woman kills three people and herself in warehouse gun rampage
"Working at a drugstore warehouse in Maryland opened fire on colleagues killing three people before fatally shooting herself authorities say the temporary worker 26-year-old snow Chia Moseley got into an argument shortly before the incident at the Rite Aid distribution facility in Aberdeen people shot inside and outside the business. We believe it began outside and moved inside Harford county sheriff Jeffery Galler says there's no motive at this time. She was armed with one hand gun and several magazines. No shots were fired by any law enforcement responder workers at the facility described. Terrifying. Moments of what they called crazy gunfire. People screaming and running in all directions. The sheriff says the shooter used a nine millimeter Glock that was registered in her name. She died at a hospital from a self inflicted, gunshot wound. The attack comes almost three months after manatee newspaper office in Annapolis. Maryland five. Five staff members were killed in that shooting.
Governor Scott heading to Puerto Rico for Hurricane Maria tribute
"I am Scott Anez. We are following this breaking news story. Aberdeen Maryland just outside of Baltimore. The Harford county sheriff's office says at least three people have been killed to wounded at a right. A distribution center. We are monitoring this news conference. Let's listen in for a few seconds here on news ninety six point five WDBO. So follow our feeds, and I will absolutely let you know when the Next Media briefing will be today. And hopefully, we'll be able to nail down some of those other details, and and give you a better picture of what you've been listening.
Trump tells 'Fox & Friends' he doesn't understand showdown of National Anthem & Nike's Colin Kaepernick ad
"Two US senators asking CSX corporation, what plans it has for expanding the aging Howard street tunnel to accommodate double decker shipping containers, CSX withdrew support last year causing the state to cancel request for one hundred fifty five billion dollars in federal money. Police in BelAir are searching for a man who robbed a Harford county are Hartford Bank branch Wednesday morning, prompting a lockdown of
New estimate raises second quarter economic growth to 4.2%
"Live, from NPR news in Washington I'm Lakshmi Singh White. House counsel Don Mcgann is resigning NPR's Sammer Keith reports. President Trump broke the news on Twitter in a statement on Twitter Trump announced. That Mcgann will be leaving his job as. White House counsel in the fall after what the president hopes will be the confirmation of Brett Cavanaugh to the supreme. Court, press secretary Sarah Sanders says this was long in the works. For the
Trump, NPR and Rob Schmitz China discussed on Midday on WNYC
"China's disputing President Trump's assertion that Beijing hacked Hillary Clinton's emails here's NPR's rob Schmitz China's foreign ministry. Spokeswoman, watch winging told reporters that China is firmly opposed to all forms of cyberattacks espionage early Wednesday on Twitter, President Trump claimed China. Hacked the emails. Of then presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Suggested the FBI and the department of Justice investigate the matter US intelligence officials have said Russia orchestrated the hacking of democratic officials to meddle with. The two thousand, sixteen presidential election. And special counsel Robert. Muller's investigating Russia's role in the same election and, whether the Trump campaign colluded with Moscow President Trump failed to offer any evidence to support his claim miss wa said such accusations were nothing new and. Insisted China is a staunch defender of
Baltimore, Soccer and Andro discussed on Sean Hannity
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Uber HR Chief Liane Hornsey Resigns After Investigation
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