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"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"813 -755 -5000 to learn more about the Talon satisfaction guarantee. That's 813 -755 -5000 or visit guardingyournestegg com. Advisory services through Talon private wealth and SEC registered investment advisor. Your local license is 813 -355 -6341. Have you heard the guarding your nest egg podcast? feel I more informed when I listen. Search subscribe and listen on your favorite podcast platform today or listen now at guardingyournestegg .com. Now back to Mike and Kristin. He was an only child born in Hoboken, New Jersey back in 1915 and back then families with only one child were not a common thing but neither was Francis Albert Sinatra. That's his full legal name. In the 40s when Frank Sinatra started making it big and moved out to the west coast he bought his mom and dad a beautiful home in Hoboken, New Jersey to enjoy the rest of their life. fact, In Old Blue Eyes is still one of the state's most cherished hometown celebrities. We hear about Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi from New Jersey too but Sinatra gets a different you know kind of love. I've been to Hoboken. I don't think it's quite like it used to be when he was there. Yeah, everything was separated by like Irish and Italian and all this kind of stuff. It's not a place you hear of people moving to these days. Speaking of New Jersey that's the only state where you still cannot your own gas. Oregon lifted their ban and drivers there are now to pump their own fuel. For those not aware it's illegal to pump your own gas in the state of New Jersey. Stations have to pay a fine if they're caught letting people do it. Gas station owners they do not love this nostalgic rule anymore because hiring attendants has been difficult to the say least in recent years but you know this ban goes back to 1949. Think about life back 10, 15, 20 years ago even. We had full -service gas stations around with attendants filling up driver's tanks and checking the wiper fluid and oil. They were scarcely around then but it's all I can do to snag a spot in this day and age of where the pay at the pump is actually working and the handle of the pump doesn't make me feel like I need a shower after filling a car so I kind of this wish was the thing everywhere. You know I'm kind of a germ person. I grabbed the paper towel and grabbed the handle and you know it's just it's a whole thing but I'm not old enough to remember the guy that would come out in the white hat and you know wash the window and pump and all but I do remember him coming out and doing the service and washing the window and all as we kind of sat there and then that kind of went away and then you remember for a while they had self -serve and full -serve. Oh yes, you could pay the premium. And you tipped them to do it. Of course you tipped them to do the other but and you don't see it anymore I guess unless you're in New Jersey. Well I am proud to say that you don't do that. I never make why don't we treat our employees poorly. No you don't make it easy. I mean it's we can't. I don't make it easy for our people not to work that's true. It shouldn't be right we're helping people not me personally but I'm just do the media part but our team. Yeah I guess people could hate on me but we didn't jump on the work -from -home bandwagon or anything like that it just it's kind of hard in financial services you can't send people with right data it's all gonna stay in the office there's rules about it so I'm not a worthless person it's just that you can't send employees home with computers full of client data. A that makes perfect sense but I'm also proud to say that you and my teammates have made sure it talent wealth at the full service if you will yes customer service concept it has not faded. You just gave an me idea if I hired a young kid from high school to wash windows well people were inside people are inside and they came out their windows were clean and all or just offered to take their car around like I can't liability wise yeah they could take their car around the corner give them a fill you know just wash everything up bring it back all gassed up for them people would be all over that you know that I need a car wash got an idea okay but you recently received an unsolicited email from a current client and you told me about it and I was like I want to see that that sounds really nice what he said and so I want to share it on the show if you're okay with it because I feel like it shows how our team goes the extra mile instead of me just saying that they do this gentleman emailed you in early August I got the exact date his name and everything but I want to keep his information private on the radio so it said quote Mike a couple weeks back I reached out to John his advisor Italian about needing the cash we set aside John gave me clear instructions and I followed them I made the call and began talking with crystal another team member everything was smooth sailing until the check that was supposed to be in my possession on Monday needless to say UPS dropped the ball but crystal Annabelle and Robin were there every step of the way to adapt and overcome for us and because of them we had the cash in time scheduled closing on Friday the check finally arrived Saturday thank you so much for the outstanding customer and service I'm not trying to inflate you I am trying to inflate crystal Annabelle and Robin because way to come through and save the day for this guy and this is just one of many examples of how our wants team to make sure our clients are taken care of no matter what their needs are if we can help so often on radio the Christian we're talking all the time about how to invest right and how to be successful in retirement and how to you know active management so there's the component to the business where we help people manage their money and we do
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on WCPT 820
"New York City. And Franklin Roosevelt put an end to that. And that was all because of just, you know, scorched earth agriculture policies and the destruction of And forests. FDR put an end to the Dust Bowl with the Civilian Conservation Corps, the CCC. He had, you know, he planted over a million trees in the United States in about a three -year period with, you know, a couple hundred thousand Americans that he put to work to get them out of the Great Depression. And it was a marvelous thing. And you can still see, in Michigan in particular, you drive up I -96 in Michigan, and as you're driving with forests on both sides, you can see these like absolute rows of trees. I mean, it's like geometric patterns. Those are the old CCC plantings. And you find those all over the country. There's some of them here in Oregon as well, although Oregon was not as well deforested as, for example, Michigan had been prior to the Dust Bowl. I mean, most of this was in the Midwest, in the southern part of the Midwest. So here's how you draw down atmospheric rivers, is what you're talking about. You have to reverse desertification at the same time. By design, forests and the soil act like giant land sponges. Here's an example. In the middle of summer, streams and rivers continue to flow even though it hasn't rained for weeks. That's because upstream, plants the and the soil are still draining their moisture down that hill. These giant land sponges refill rivers, lakes and underground aquifers. Utah's Salt Lake and Colorado River need that. Yeah, no, all I get that blue out. And what I'm saying is that it's not, it's important and it's important that we have more trees and the Republicans are all in on a trillion trees, but it's not going to be the same. Blue, thank you for the call. Jim in Arlington Heights, Illinois. Hey Jim, what's on your mind today? Well, I just wanted to talk to you about your movie and how important it is to be a social studies teacher and one movie that used I to appear that we should, the guy was still alive, was inherent to win with Spencer Tracy. If you look what had happened there, it's the same thing today. Teacher reading of something in the class are being put to it. That was about the Scum's monkey trial, wasn't it? Right. And remember, Spencer Tracy, it will read you, your read Bible, don't read your Darwin. Yeah, I saw that movie when I was a kid. I vaguely remember it. And not only that, at that time, something new was happening. Remember, you were saying something about having TV for this trial. Well, back then they didn't have TV, but guess what they did? They put on radio. Yeah. Well, and they had newsreels too. Yeah, they put on the radio was very unusual. Yeah. But we do need to televise this trial and now the Trump lawyer has come out and said, yeah, we have televise to too in the interest of transparency. You know, Trump loves a show and, you know, I think that what Trump is trying to do right now, and I think it's what the judge was warning him about yesterday, but he's doing it anyway. She said, don't try to influence the jury. And I think that that's what he's doing. I think a lot of his bluster directed toward, you know, electoral outcomes. He's trying to pollute the jury pool nationwide. And frankly, I think he's succeeding. So, Jim, I got to move along, but thank you for the call. Tom in Hocken, Hoboken, New Jersey. There you go. Hey, Tom, what's up? OK. Hey, is there any precedent for someone making a plea deal that entails renouncing citizenship and being deported? It's a real injury that we're going to have a person in prison that is the president. Can we just get him out of what's an interesting question? Deportation is an alternative to incarceration. I I don't know of any precedent and I'm not sure that I would want him living in Saudi Arabia. Well, maybe. I don't know. I could argue either side of that. You know, I mean, if he if he's in prison, he has a diminished compared voice to being out of prison. I mean, he might be able to be a lot lot a louder if he's living in Saudi Arabia or Oman or one of these places where he just cut a new hotel complex. But I mean, he's not a citizen. He's not the president. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm surprised that the judge in D .C. did not take his passport. That surprised me. But, you know, what can you say? He is he's getting he's getting white glove, kid glove treatment. You know, he's there. They're being very, very or whatever the cliche is, they're being very, very good to him. Tom, thank you for the call. Fascinating idea. We'll be back with more of your calls on anything goes weekend. Also, I want to talk about labor and Medicare and Medicare Advantage and a fat cat alert and banning Florida advanced placement psychology. A bunch of We'll be right back. You're listening to Tom Hartman.
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Retail space Bed Bath & Beyond soared as much as 79% before pairing gains. Wrapping things up agilent reports after the bell. Live from the first to break a news test on dome on chuck. Okay, we thank you very much, and you're live breaking news over your Bloomberg type squawk, sq UAW K on your terminal. I'm Charlie palette. That is a Bloomberg business flash. All right, you've been really hot on this story. Yeah, I'm also just, you know, enjoy talking to Bailey lip Schultz who I call our chief meme stock reporter, even though that's not his real title. Maybe it says unofficial national meme stock correspondent exclusively covering Bed Bath & Beyond. I believe he's Bloomberg news equities reporters universes a little wider. Okay. The guy who calls himself the heir apparent to Warren Buffett and has also been crowned the spat king. Yeah, we're talking about none other than chamath, poly hop atia. Bailey's got a great news story out on the Bloomberg terminal. It's about how polyp a Tia, the spat king has gone silent with his empire shriveling, Bailey joins us from New York City right now. This afternoon, Bailey, what happened? Nice beard. Last week. For those who are on YouTube right now too. On YouTube. Really nice. That was different. No, thank you. Tim, I'm actually holding down the Hoboken bureau. Oh, Hoboken bureau coming. Near and dear to me. My heart, a fellow New Jersey and forgive me, Bailey. He's in the Hoboken bureau right now. What happened last week with a couple of filings from the specs from chamath, poly apathy. Yeah, it's back. The biggest spec that he's ever launched in another large one. And I came out with a pair of filings actually that said they want to extend the deadline from mid October until sometime in 2023, they were pretty boilerplate, really just asking for more time announcing expectations that sometime in the coming weeks or months, they will hold a formal shareholder vote to extend that deadline, which will obviously give investors in the spac the opportunity to redeem their shares for their cash back, which is one of the many kind of positive factors of spacs that the kind of industry has continued to harp up, but it really has been an admit that they weren't able to get, they won't be able to close any deals for either of these facts in that two year lifespan that they initially laid out back in 2020. Okay, I want to just take a step back here and explain how a spac operates Bailey because we're not talking about spacs each and every day like we were two years ago at this time. So an investor buys a share in a spac, this back raises money and then the people who run that spec have to go out and use that money to find a company to buy. It's a blank check company. If they don't find a company to buy, they have to return that money to shareholders, right? Exactly. And that's really been the thing that we've seen come up, Bill ackman, most notably, just a few weeks ago, returned to $4 billion T rays. So this back fundraising kind of market is that for $10, you get what is called a unit. At some point in time, you have the opportunity to split that unit into a stock. And if there is a warrant tied to it, a warrant. And those two things trade separately when time comes to vote on a deal or to liquidate or even just hit any of the deadlines that are laid out in the filings every spec is a little bit different. Investors have the opportunity to exchange that stock for the $10 that they invested initially upfront and any interest that could have been yielded on treasury since most of these factors are supposed to be holding the cash they raised in trust in T bills. And that's really been one of the things that we've seen play out if you look at a company like Getty images which went public via spac route, a 99% of spac investors redeem their shares for cash back, which resulted in it being a very low float stock. And both in the industry have kind of laid out that as an argument that protects investors because given the fact that it is a blank check company, you're blindly giving money to an investor or a sponsorship team to find an unnamed business and bring them public. Bailey, we've talked, you know, we talked a lot about stocks when it was just higher, higher, higher, and everybody was out with us back it seemed. They are down if I look at the iPods back index, it's down about 41% since the high back in February, mid February of 2021. What is interesting about this story in your view? Because this is an individual who was pretty much out there, right? He talked a lot to our team here, our Eric schatzker, he often talked about what he was doing, but he's been pretty quiet, which I don't know. Why is that important for our audience to know? Because when you're the spat king and you come out and some of these interviews and layout plans to have a spac for every letter of the alphabet, so at least 26 and one interview he said that he could see 50 of them sometime over the next ten years. Now we're getting radio silence. The last time he tweeted about spacs or D spac performance was in April and we've only seen the sector continue to trade lower. So if someone who is so vocal back in 2020 for someone who is so vocal in 2021 with a kind of rapid fire tweets and going on both Bloomberg, CNBC and other podcasts and media outlets to talk up and drum up support for this vehicle, it is pretty interesting that he has elected to stay quiet, not really come out with any kinds of statements on the current state of the market just given how vocal again he was not only in the specs and these facts that he back, but pipes which is a way for investors to invest in other blank check firms that he helped bring public when the vast majority of his investments, at least from the $10 mark or trading markedly lower. How is that affected his net worth Bailey? We've seen him fall off the four billionaires list. He jumped on in 2021 and then when they updated their list for 2022, he was one of the notable names they called out and for someone who very much his net worth is tied pretty closely to his back investments, obviously he's a former Facebook executive and has a track record and has other ventures, spacs really have been the bulk of that worth at least according to some of those reports from Forbes. Yeah, I do also think about if you have a bunch of specs who are still trying to put some money to work and they're all chasing the same targets what that will do for evaluation, certainly for those companies that are out there. Doesn't it also mean that the targets, you know, it's like you've kind of got the low hanging fruit too. Yeah, potentially, right? Yeah, exactly. Bailey, great story, great beard. Glad that you're in New Jersey, belly lip Schultz, whose equities reporter at Bloomberg news. You can find him on Twitter at BT lip Schultz, LIP SCH LTZ. And as we said, joining us from Hoboken, New Jersey. Yeah, check out this story. It's on the Bloomberg terminal. It's also available at a Bloomberg dot com. Times have changed. They have, right? Yeah. And puppeteers got a podcast too that he does. I think it's called the all in podcast. It's really popular. So you can get some commentary from him there too. All right, sounds good. This
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Boom Bloomberg world headquarters I'm Charlie pela to move low for the U.S. stock market selling into the close ten year treasury Yale yields climb through 2.75% for the first time since March of 2019 Stocks and bonds retreated days investors focused on inflation and the impact of policy tightening by central banks tomorrow morning 8 30 a.m. Wall Street time We get the consumer price index report S&P today down 75 a drop of 1.75 down at 1.7% again obsession lows the Dow down 413 down 1.2% as stacked down 299 a drop of 2.2% Ten year yield 2.76% we saw Bitcoin tumble today down 7.8% 39,780 right now on Bitcoin spot gold up four tenths of 1% 1954 the ounce and a retreat for crude oil West Texas intermediate tumbled 3.4% to 94 97 a barrel oil resuming its decline as China's largest coronavirus outbreak in two years heightens concerns about demand from the world's biggest crude importer Recapping S&P down 1.7% on Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much This story is among our most read on the Bloomberg on this Monday cut our attention because of its inclusion in the headline of a town actually where I live very near to where I live It noted how marijuana sellers in the town of Hoboken New Jersey just across from Manhattan the Jersey side of course are sweetening their deals with cash for cops and some other things Yeah community packs with legal marijuana retailers around the U.S. are providing money for food pantries landscaping and traffic improvements At least young is a reporter for Bloomberg news she joins us on the phone from Trenton New Jersey Elise what's going on specifically in Hoboken right now In hope of in the city is taking 2% tax that is 2% of gross profits as it is allowed to do New Jersey towns are allowed to do that And then Hoboken had a couple of requests from the two retailers that have gone before them They said hey while you're here you want to be a part of the community right So how about you help us pay for some cops And affordable housing is a big thing for us in town And so is the food pantry So how about some money for that Oh it may be some education too The pot really retailers said yeah sure What's the thinking here Is it just that the pot retailers are so desperate to be in cities and towns to set up shop that they're willing to do anything What's the leverage here that towns and cities have in this when it comes to marijuana sellers In most towns in New Jersey and I might say maybe in the U.S. if you want to come in and build a strip mall and you go before your planning board you're planning board might say something like yeah we'll give you that approval but you know what You're going to bring more traffic to town So we're going to need you to pay for a new traffic light at that corner And also at the school down the street we need you to pay for a crossing guard So this is a whole new opportunity The marijuana businesses are ripe for asking for even more things because they're going to be there in town for a long time so long as they stay operating so long as people keep buying And there's a social justice component that the city can say so many people of color suffered under these draconian marijuana laws and we want to make good on that So that's where the thinking goes for things like affordable housing food pantries et cetera For the businesses the sooner that they get those license those licenses in place the sooner they can start cultivating sales from across the river in New York City So if Hoboken beats New York City to these licenses you're going to have all these folks coming over on the subway It's just one stop away What about when it comes to oversight here Because covering covering companies and what they say for a decade there have been many companies that have come out and say okay you know said if you approve this merger regulators for example we will do X Y and Z for the local community And then 5 years later they still haven't done that even though that merger was approved Who makes sure that the companies keep their promises In Hoboken in particular these licenses will be reviewed after a year And I imagine terminated we're not there yet I imagine that they would be terminated if they're not satisfying What they promised to do But a lot of these companies have been estimate estimated to make tens of millions of dollars in their first year So I doubt any of them will renege on their promises Hey listen what we've got you 'cause we're watching what's going on in terms of different states when it comes to pot sales Another story that came out on the Bloomberg about New Jersey's retail hot sales to start as soon as about a month from now yes that's correct New Jersey approved 7 applications today for medical marijuana sellers to enter the retail market 7 of them all publicly traded and they will be approved to actually open their doors and take people's money in about a month yes When you say take people's money though you still mean cash right Because a lot of these businesses on a federal level are still not really allowed to well they don't necessarily find financial institutions that will bank with them Right so far as I understand it will.
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pier who was COVID-19 positive were required to quarantine Now those students can remain in school if tested negative for the virus at least twice during the week I'm Jim Forbes Police and federal agents have seized a record 1.7 million fentanyl pills in Arizona Attorney general Mark burner Vic claims our broken borders are to blame As a result of the Biden administration's catastrophe that they created a southern border it's not only millions of people that are legally crossing this year We are literally seeing millions millions of fentanyl pills flooding into our border Scottsdale police announced the drug bust this week and said the pills have a street value of $9 million Police say the drugs include about 360 pounds of pills more than 20 pounds of powdered fentanyl and a pound of methamphetamine San Francisco mayor London breed is declaring a state of emergency in that city's tenderloin neighborhood breed says the declaration will bypass bureaucratic barriers and allow the city to quickly respond to the drug problems affecting tenderloin residents At least two people a day are dying of drug overdoses in San Francisco mostly to fentanyl I'm Brad Siegel A time capsule from 1887 might have been found in Richmond Virginia Scott Carr has more Crews were working on removing the pedestal that sat underneath the statue of general Robert E. Lee when they found a copper box Richmond reports had said to contain a rare photo of president Lincoln in his coffin along with artifacts from the Civil War For years local historian Dale brumfield studied the possibility of a 134 year old capsule hidden somewhere in the least statue I'm thrilled to hear it's there This is the first of three parts of this to this mystery The first one is finding it The second one is finding out that the contents are okay The third one is finding out that Lincoln picture was really in there The report says state officials say they'll x-ray the box and deliver it to the department of historic resources to be opened on Monday I'm Scott Carr A house panel investigating the pandemic says the Trump administration deliberately undermined the nation's COVID response for political purposes Democrats serving on the panel claimed the Trump White House tried to weaken testing guidance and pushed widespread herd immunity The panel also interviewed a senior CDC official who explained the administration softened its guidance for religious gatherings Hoboken New Jersey's mayor Ravi Bala is ordering bars that are participating in this weekend SantaCon event to require proof of coronavirus vaccination This new variant is changing the ground beneath us It's making us make decisions in.
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Telecom Reseller
"Listeners a little background on zipped solutions? Sure. As if solutions has been around for about 17 years and we started our journey as a channel marketing automation company. And about 5 years ago, we came to market with the product called zip one and we're very excited to talk to you all about it where a company of about a hundred people and we've got people in all over the world, especially in New Jersey, Hoboken, New Jersey, Oxford in the UK, and we also have an office in Kerry, North Carolina. Excellent. So you sort of load into this. You're teasing us. What is as if one? So zip one is an enterprise channel management platform. And it contains everything companies need to drive revenue through their channels. So channel sales, general operations, marketing, channel learning. They all come together in one application that gives your partners a really great experience, but it also gives channel leaders the data they need to accelerate their channel success. One of the issues that I always had in marketing positions and other companies was getting the data. It's one of the hardest things for somebody in that position to acquire. So why do companies actually choose if one and why do they choose them over the existing partner relation management programs that are out there as well as the through channel marketing automation programs that are out there? Yeah, and getting the data is so important like you said. And the other important part is partner experience. We're all competing for our partners attention. And so unlike our competitors, zipf gives channel organizations, the ability to accelerate their revenue through the entire funnel. So partners come to one place to get onboarded to learn what's new. They can create demand for the products and services. They can move deals through the pipelines. And then and manage their relationship with the supplier. One place, pure play PRM systems. A lot of the times missed the top of the funnel. They don't have marketing automation or they have kind of bolted on marketing automation. And we all know that's a core driver of channel revenue. So it's all about the leads and zip one can make that happen for partners in a place they actually enjoy coming to. You touched on one of my hot buttons, and that's all about the experience and that really is true for the marketing. It carries straight through to the end customer. But with that understood, is the channel marketing platform really necessary. I think I know the answer, but can you show me a little bit? Yeah, I mean, we're hearing a lot out there that this question a lot. And I hear a lot of suppliers say, well, I'm not ready for channel marketing automation. And from my experience being a channel chief for a very long time, I don't see how you could be ready for indirect sales without channel marketing automation. So if you're just starting, even if you're just starting out on your channel journey, you need the ability to show return on investment as soon as possible. People want to know how your channel is doing. You need partners creating demand for you and closing deals quickly. And why wouldn't you want to make that as easy and seamless as possible right in the beginning for the partners that are going to be joining your program? And what stage the channel organization and development would you suggest that a supplier consider channel marketing automation? And I know the answer to this one too. I think covered it just a little bit. Well, I think it's important. And I really want to underscore that it should be right from the beginning. A lot of our competitors who don't have channel automation capabilities built in are telling prospects because they don't have it that they don't need it. Where they've chosen to bolt on an application that does some of what zipline does. Zipline disrupted the market by making channel marketing automation accessible and affordable to every channel organization. Our competitors don't like that, but our suppliers should take advantage. It used to be something that cost a fortune. And we had to it was a big investment. We've made it available to everyone included with all the other tools you need. And we think that really changes the game. So does all of the software that you're providing now, does that require a lot of people and resources for an administrator? What impact is it going to have on the operation? So because we have an all in one platform, it really brings down the resources required. You don't need IT resources to run our platform, which is really great. Where we want our suppliers focused is not on managing our platform, but investing in creating the marketing content that they're partners are going to need in order to be successful. And we offer services around that too. So I would encourage everyone to keep an open mind and not shy away from a platform like ours because it's just going to be too hard to manage. We designed it. So that wasn't the case. And I think we can easily show how the return is going to be great for all the resources that it requires. I'm going to put it on one of my old hits. I really have to do it. I'm going to be the channel chief. And I know these tools will help me, but how do I get it through the board and the rest of the organization that I need to get an expensive tool? I think that channel leaders and chief financial officers, CFOs. They need to be best friends. And in my experience as a channel chief, before I really got clued in to how to make the whole thing work, I have these horrible memories of seeing the CFO in the hallway and turning around and walking the other way. Because what he or she want to know. Like Heather, I just got an invoice for this event you're doing. Or oh my gosh, why did we decide to raise the commission for the partners? This shock of not really understanding how channel works and seeing the investment going in. And so channel leaders need the ability to take the data and say yeah, we spent this much, but look what it returns. And unless you can connect the demand generation. So here's what we invested in. Here's the leads that came through our partners because we made that investment. And here's how that turned into revenue, connecting the whole funnel altogether, you really can't get at that data. And so when we talk to CFOs, they want to make channel investments if they can see the return. And channel cheese like you and me know there's return, but have always had a hard time proving it. And so when we show CFOs, like this is going to be the thing that is going to be you're going to be able to point to and say see these channel investments are paying off. They're happy to buy. And so channel leaders need to help paint that story for them. It's the tool that the CFO and the channel chief are going to use the work together to really find what's working, find what's not and make the right investments. So ultimately, with what you've just said, tools really not that expensive is it? It really isn't. I think people would be surprised about the cost of entry here. I think in the past, these kinds of platforms have had giant price tags and as the chief revenue officer, it pains me to say it. But I think that the people would be surprised about.
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So interesting I was with the mayor of Miami two days ago and we talk about that there are three parties in the country Democrat Republican and mayors of those that are major parties you know mayors are part of one group and what happens on the federal level that trickles down to the mayors of the city We're closest to the problem and we must be the individuals who are closer to the solutions My conversation on Monday with the mayor of San Francisco that we communicated with mayors across the country and we are dealing with the real issues that our cities are facing And we must rethink this issue I say to turn intervention and prevention prevention of the long-term things of it is so important to have the dollars to come in to renew our infrastructure and at the same time we could employ people with a real good green capital program on program We need to build the seawalls where necessary start building out our sewer systems I think we should hit a pause on all new constructions that's taking place to build out for the future and not building for the past we need to think about building retaining pools sort of what has happened in Hoboken New Jersey They build retaining pools with basketball courts on top to have his overflow of water Some of these projects are going to take a long period of time Some of them we could do right away such as a notification system doing the GIS mapping system to identify areas where there's a prone to flooding have any early one system using a system like we do with terrorism So agencies can operate a unison on what to do when a certain level of Islam hit our city So I'm looking forward to real coordination not only here in the city but coordination in the entire tri state area If this reconciliation framework The White House released yesterday becomes a bill and becomes law how would it help New York accomplish those goals So many ways number one I'm hoping that we do not cut nature We need to really deal with the issue of nature a substantial amount of our flood areas is in the areas where nature public housing is located It can help with the wind farms that we would like to build out along of the sunset park area It would help even with the build out of some of our sewer systems in the retaining walls that we've been attempting to build for some time And I think that it has a part that is going to deal with employment and training There's a great opportunity to do the things that we've looked at for a long time as we move to a cleaner energy here in the city and across the country Brooklyn borough president Eric Adams good luck your final weekend on the trail Eric Thanks for talking with us today And David Weston we send it back to you Okay thank you so much to Joe Joe Matthew of course you can catch every day of the week on Bloomberg radio on sound on Coming up we talk with Elaine.
"hoboken, new jersey" Discussed on WSB-AM
"There's a French press the Turkish coffee Expresso. Many people drink this, and those things can raise your cholesterol levels. And so The oily compounds that called deter pins. They seep into your cup and that can raise your LDL. And so if you're going to drink coffee, which, by the way, you shouldn't because it's one of my seven deadly sins, But if you go to drink coffee I recommend that you do a filtered coffee and I recommended to organic coffee, and I recommend you do caffeine free or decaffeinated because that's just such a key player. That coffee is so bad for so many different reasons, including this So how the coffee is brewed has a direct impact. On your cholesterol levels. So you have a French press. If you don't know what that is, it's a little machine you could use to make coffee. The filter will filter out some of the junk without a filter like in a French press doesn't work that way. Something would express up. So if you are Italian, you like your espressos or anyone like their espressos. Understand that you're increasing your dieter pins and a deterrents can raise your cholesterol levels. Who would have ever guessed? At the coffee you drink in the morning is causing problems with cholesterol. That's why you listen to this show. This show is so cool. You learn so many things about health. You have never gotten anywhere else. Except for right here with Dr Joe. Medications, some drugs. May have an unexpected effect on cholesterol. There's certain enough birth control pills. Uh, cortical, steroids, antivirals, anti convulsive. So once again Cholesterol is produced to protect you. And so if you're taking these medications, it could be that the bodies protecting itself from the reaction from these medications. So think about what medications you're taking that can have an adverse effect on your cholesterol. So look at the medications if you're taking if you have high cholesterol. What I recommend you do is look at the medication and see if one of the side effects Is raising your cholesterol levels. So then you have a quandary. Gosh, Dr Joe, I need to take my anticonvulsant medication. You take my cattle corticosteroids and take my birth control pills. Whatever it is. You have to then say, Okay. What if there was a way that I didn't need that medication so that'll then it won't raise my cholesterol so that I won't need my cholesterol medication following And this is where it gets tricky when it comes to health care. Trying to find the cause of the problem. And not just treating the symptoms. Because a lot of patients come in our offices I've been in practice 37 years. Patients come in the office. And they say, Dr Joe, I take this many medications and they hand me a bag of medications and I'll say, What are they for? Many times patients says, I don't know. My doctor gave me this. Another doctor gave me that Another doctor gave me this. And so That's why there's a movement now and hopefully it's going to catch on where you keep a record of all your medications in one central place, and a computer can talk about counter indications. You shouldn't take this medication with this food. You shouldn't take this medication with this medication, but a lot of times you have different doctors have an O b g y n you have a heart, doctor, You have a gastroenterology doctor. And they're giving you medications, not thinking that there's some interactions going on. So this is important that you consider these things because this may be why you're on somebody Kate medications because it's affecting other medications being caused by other medications. Medications can raise your cholesterol. So look at that and see what's happening. Even things called beta blockers, Uh, and the older ones can also raise your cholesterol. New ones don't seem to do it that way. Thyroid problems. Your body uses thyroid hormones to remove extra cholesterol. It doesn't need Did you know that No. So when you have an underactive thyroid, what we call hypothyroidism. Your levels of total low density lipo proteins, yelled E. L's. Actually go up. So if you have symptoms of hypothyroidism that might be fatigue, dry skin, muscle weakness, aches, weight gain. So if you have these symptoms you can do one of two things. One is we can send you to an endocrinologist. And they will say, Well, you know what, Joe? You've got hypothyroidism and we're gonna put you on Whatever medication to this Or We can ask the question. And I want you to ask on every health issue you ever have. Why do I have hyperthyroidism? Now it might be genetic. It might be that your body was hyper thyroid. You had an auto immune disease, and it blew out the thyroid. Now the thyroids week it could be that you're not getting enough iodine in your diet. That's a biggie. I cannot tell you how many patients don't have enough iodine in their diet, and we get ID and the best source of iodine is going to be sea vegetables now, as other sources of iodine as well as plants have somebody nine in it. But the soil's that would growing things now are depleted. When I was young. My father and my grandfather. We lived in Hoboken, New Jersey, and we lived in an apartment house and it was a little backyard. And my grandfather had this amazing garden in the soil in Jersey is black. If you have been New Jersey that's why it's called the Garden State. The soil is just black. And from what I understand. It came because of the glaciers that came down from Canada and it dug out the Hudson Valley in the Hudson River, and the soil is just black. And it grows really good vegetables. Really good tomatoes by the way in blueberries. So we had a garden and we would fertilize it with everything we possibly could left over table scraps. My father, my uncle, my my grandfather would go fishing and they cut up chicken heads and chicken guts and throw it in there. Um, strangely enough, in a weird way, the sewer would back up periodically at the store would back up and back up into the garden. And so it would, uh um, actually fertilize the garden. Which is a weird thing. I know pretty gross, but The soil was very rich and had a lot of nutrients in it. Well, what we've done with commercial farming. Now, as we planted the same crop over and over and over and over again, so it depletes the soil of certain nutrients. And so we have to get those soil those nutrients back in and many times they're not. And this is why food doesn't taste like it used to. Have organic gardens at my house and I have figs and blueberries and tons of tomatoes, and that's the food is just spectacular. But I've worked for years. Compost and constantly get that soil back to where a normal soil would be. Well. Most commercial farmers are not going to do that. They just grow it. So you grow a tomato. It looks like a tomato. You bite into it. It tastes like cardboard. What I'm saying is that the soils are depleted and iodine is one of the things that's depleted from soil, and that's why that can affect your thyroid. Now what I do I take Dr Joe Super Greens and Dr Joe's essential source. Which are wonderful. I feel the best supplements in the world. My opinion, uh For many reasons, but one of the reasons is we put sea vegetables in there and see vegetables are high n iodide. So I get my I died from super greens and essential source every day. You probably should, too, but that can affect your thyroid. The thyroid then can affect how your body manages cholesterol, which can raise your cholesterol levels, which means.
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"Well, well, another Republican in Hollywood, who came via the Democratic Party like Ronald Reagan was Frank Sinatra. Um, you know, Sinatra was one of the most popular and influential artists I think of the last century. Um people should know that he was a first generation American. His parents were born in Italy. And he loved the fact that this country offered him the opportunity to express his skills. Um, is funny. His mother was influential in Democratic Party politics in Hoboken, New Jersey. And he actually sang at the 1956 Democrat National Convention. That's the one that nominated Adlai Stevenson to face and lose to Dwight D. Eisenhower. Um, Sinatra wanted help the little guy and I think that's what they thought that the Democratic Party was at the time. And if you remember is beautiful song high hopes when I was a little kid, I loved high hopes and a 45 of high hopes that became the campaign theme for John Kennedy in 1960. And Sinatra performed it at Kennedy's inaugural 1961. But like Reagan, Sinatra didn't cotton to the leftward drift of the Democratic Party, and he particularly didn't like Bobby Kennedy. Now, you know, Kennedy was known as attorney general for prosecuting a number of Frank's friends for ties to organized crime. Sinatra had no such criminal history. But it did cost him his gaming license to the Cal Niva Hotel in North Lake Tahoe. And I think he never forgave him. I saw Sinatra live twice the South Shore room. It's here is Tahoe where he performed this next song that we're going to be Playing that comes from his Madison Square Garden main event. It's a song that's about patriotic. It's a song about diversity before diversity was popular. It's a song about the little guy. Frank went on to be the music director of Reagan's 1981 and 1985 inaugurations. Both Bill Saraceno and I were there to see those performances. Here's a snip from the beautiful song. The house I live in. The Howdy under the handshake, the air feeling free Am the right To speak your mind now. That's America, uh, to me. I just think that's a beautiful song and Frank included it many of his performances. Well, we've got a little bit less than three minutes left in the segment. This is Jim Lacey with Don Romano. We're live in tax if Oranje and let me turn it over to done to end out the segment Yes, Jim, A beautiful song there. We could have You know, played any of many segments there. Uh, I, uh I I think music is one area where we see a lot of, uh, collaboration across Different ethnicities in this country, as I was referring to earlier with the Thelma Houston, Laura Nero, Jimmy Webb combine, But, you know, I also think that It's interesting. I think music can unify as to, um I'd like to ask a question to everybody. I'm thinking of two people that everybody likes. Maybe I'm wrong. First ray charts Is anybody here? Not or Ray? Charles? Yes. Great. We've got two minutes second. Johnny Catch? Yes. Sensational, So I think we have unanimity. There's others, too, but those are the ones that they come to mind. Uh, so we have the we're going out with a song that's actually written by a friend of mine who's great performer here in the San Francisco Bay area..
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"Fabulous edition of the Lorry and Julia Book Club. We're delighted we have Lindsey Roger cooks with us. This is her second book. And it's our first book that we've read. It's called Learning to speak Southern. We just absolutely loved it. Hi, Lindsey. Lindsey. Hi. Thanks so much for having me. Yes, You're so welcome. So okay, Universal. Now we want to read your first book. What's that called? How to bury your brother? Yes, after reading, learning to speak southern, So tell people the setup of the book and then we want to know the inspiration for you Come up with this amazing story. Sure, the setup of the book It follows Lexx, who is a linguist, cyst and what she she's kind of hopping around to different locations, teaching English when tragedy strikes her life and in order to Get out of the pickle that she's and she needs some money. So she decides to call her godmother and Memphis, Tennessee, where she's been avoiding for about five years. And her godmother says that the Florida she returns to Memphis. All the bill will be paid. Everything will be great. So Lexx returned to Memphis, and once they're her godmother has a little bit of a surprise up her sleeve. She says that for every day like stays in Memphis, she'll get a page of her late mother's diary. Oh, God, how in the heck what was your inspiration for this story? I started with Memphis. So I had never been to Memphis previously, but my family out of my family is from there, and I grew up kind of hearing stories, so I was interested in that in my, um other book. It's also has like a brother, um, sister relationship where, um, there's kind of letters that are exchanged. So I've always loved like the written word in terms of letters or diaries. I'm a journal. Keep her myself so I love to this concept of the mother kind of speaking through her diaries, and she is deceased. Is it Z Such good? Good story, And you're a great writer. And I love that Memphis is like basically another character in the in the story. You'd never know that like you hadn't grown up all your life to the way you paint that picture. Oh, thank you so much. That's great to hear. Yeah, I wanted someone just to be able to take the book and walk the streets of Memphis. And I hope that some people do that because it's an amazing place is such a reed average history right in Laurie's been there and your She loves everything about Memphis. I've never been There was fun. I loved hearing more about it. Yeah, there is something you gotta go. Yeah, I know. I also, you know, Really, Um Lex. You know your protagonists. I really, um I think that you know, you really hit the nail on the head with her as far as like. That Unknowing thanks that whatever of that twenties may we've graduated from college. You know what's next? What's expected of you? I mean, it doesn't matter. Maybe when you grow up, that is a passage of time. That is similar for everybody, regardless of your generation. I mean, do Would you agree with that? Yeah, for sure. And I think that I'm 29 some kind of just at the end of that in a lot of the coming of age stories I read or about kind of, you know someone in their early teen years. So, um, I definitely wanted to concentrate on that bit of time in Lexus. Definitely. She's Fairly accomplished academically. And she has, you know this passion for language, but she's still kind of floundering in so many ways. Yeah, Yeah, she really is. I live at the linguist. Things like so fun. Um, I was at the cabin this weekend and I was like throwing out my little linguist things I was learning from lax. We almost used ahoy. Instead of hello. You know, I mean, that part was kind of fun. So was that a lot of research on your part for flesh that out first, sir, I didn't know very much about linguistics at all actually wrote the whole book and I Did so much research on linguistics on different languages can deciding which languages she was going to speak. And then I worked with Master student in linguistics after University of Memphis to fact, check everything to make sure that I had everything right. Yeah, but that was different. I've never seen that in a book like, you know, like you did it. It was really fun. Well, it really made Lex feel like, you know, kind of even like wow her how she processed things. Right? Exactly exactly. So I kind of wanted to have her every time she was in an emotional moment. She kind of returns to, um, the little facts about about word. It's almost like a nervous tic. Sort of. Yeah. Yeah, And also you know, the book. How to very excuse me Learning to speak Southern, You know, deals with the whole complicated process of Grieving, grieving someone and then very often we do find out things after someone has passed, died about The life they led her or things that we didn't know. We were just like, Oh, I really that it was completely different. Right? Exactly. And if you like that concept had a bear Your brother my first Let's delve into that as well where there's A dead family member at the beginning, and a lot of it is to kind of mashing what you're learning with what you knew about that person when they're living and I think you know, family is so interesting. The only see kind of one slice of a person even if we think we know them so well, so there's still more to discover We find it out every day Laurie and IRS sister and loss Okay? Yeah. And are you still discovering things about one another? Well, we've been Yeah, we worked together for 30 years and she married my brother seven years into our friendship, and it's kind of amazing. How it keeps evolving and finding out new things about each other. Your book is, you know you're really young. And so this is your second book already. And your book birthday was yesterday right for this book. Yes. Mm. That was published They are you excited? Tell us what that feels like to have your second book published and covert over, so I bet you can go on book tour again. Yeah, I think we're still kind of slowly ramping up. So I did do a virtual event last night. And then I have another virtual isn't on June 8th with fox Tail bookshop, and I would love Any of your listeners to join. But my first book also launched in May last year, the right at the height of the pandemic, so I'm kind of Ah, double double pandemic books now. Wow, Are you Are you writing another one right away? I think I might take a little break and work on some short stories before I delve into another novel, But I do have a day job as a journalist that the New York Times and I've been actually covering the coronavirus for a year. It's been a little bit difficulty to work in. Just covert that you've covered the last year were what else to cover Death Cove in the last year, So my background is in data and graphics so actually worked on the coronavirus maps where we tracked the race of the virus. If you've ever we looked at one of those anxiety. Yeah, I worked on that. Oh, that's crazy. Where did you grow up? My group in Georgia. So my first book is that in Georgia, where I grew up, I went to University of Georgia. Okay on bright Now I live in Hoboken, New Jersey. I love the name of that town. I know what I know is from the end, Lindsay have either of your books either this one learning to speak Southern or how to bury your brother. Do you want either of them to be optioned by like Reese Witherspoon or have they already? Oh, my God. I would love that to happen. If anyone has a direct line to Reese Witherspoon, please. Please let me know. I'm thinking of the guy who just directed Mer, Avi's town. I feel like he do pretty good job with it with your book. Did you Why I went there my first book and trying to figure out Yeah, first, sir, I tried to figure out who would play all the main characters, But I haven't decided for this book. Who do you think should play lacks in the movie interpretation? You know, I almost think for Lex, I wanted to be someone that we don't know. That's new, right? You know, Or that is that it was like, Maybe maybe one of the girls that I'm loving and my CW show curl summer Honest to Pete Pete. I work with the world's young oldest teenager. Lindsay glories in love with the C W You know, I would have to ask you something. So is being a published author Did you ever have like when you started out expectations of what you wanted to be like, Or was there another author whose path you wanted to follow? Did that ever come into your minor? Was it Um, well, when I started writing my first book, I actually didn't really think about getting published. I was just trying Tonto, finish the book and waiting for that accomplishment and just kind of typing be end. On Ben..
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"Workers to power China's labor dependent economy Emily Fang. NPR news yen in China. This afternoon, and all things considered. Scientists want to know if vaccines will work against the covert variant in India. Tell your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. This is NPR news. Later on morning edition on W. N. Y C House Republican Elise Stefanik of New York supports all of former President Donald Trump's false claims about voter fraud. Tens of millions of Americans are concerned that the 2020 election featured unconstitutional overreach. Announced a phonics loyalty to trump with likely land her a leadership position among Republicans in Congress. Closer look coming up later this hour. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from Steven's Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, offering more than 60 technology driven business and engineering graduate programs available online and on campus. Summer classes begin May 20th stevens dot edu slash grand this week on the experiment, a podcast from the Atlantic and W. N Y C studios. This is your first time watching 90 day fianc? That's correct. Okay. Tracy Hunt tells the story of how love got written into U. S immigration laws and and I think this show is also like a really good textbook example of Americans relationship with the world and how the world sees Americans. Listen to the experiment wherever you get podcasts. Uh, today. Other Brian Lehrer show they see these cheap democracy officer. Lord would talks about her work to encourage New Yorkers to vote in this June's primary. And answers our questions on right choice. Voting boss's younger kids become eligible for the Koven 19 vaccine. A scientist takes our questions about how the shots actually were tuning this.
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"You We know that the primary contests are barreling towards us right? Early voting starts June 12th in the primaries. June 22nd. We're hearing what voters minds arm where they are right now. So people will be making up their minds in the coming weeks. Right? That's right in, actually, in some cases, even sooner than that, Michael the Board of Elections reported last week that they've already mailed out more than 70,000 absentee ballots and those air to military and overseas voters and what are called permanent absentee ballot voters. So that means actual voting is underway and I should note for others who want to request an absentee ballot. Because of the ongoing pandemic. You can go ahead. Do that now. The easiest way to do it is online through the New York City Board of Elections website. That's also where you they have that absentee ballot portal. So once you submit the request, you can actually track it. And you can find all of that information at vote dot and y C load of voters like to do that. Well, Okay, so this is really crunch time. People are making up their minds. Is there still a chance for voters who want to register to participate? Absolutely. If you are not yet registered voter, you have until may 28th to do it. If you want to participate in this primary that we keep talking about, you have to pick a party. And, of course, a lot of attention right now is on the Democratic mayoral primary. But there's some pretty exciting news about a new law that could help. Even more people participate in this election. Michael. Just last week, Governor, Cuomo signed a bill that automatically restores voting rights. For people leaving prison Now this sort of had been happening since 2018. But here this is Sean. Morale is Doyle from the Brennan Center, explaining why this change is really significant. While the governor was using his pardon power to restore rights to people upon release. There was a lag time between when they got out. And when they got that pardon, because hey, would get a list of everyone. Released on the parole every month and then his staff would have to review that lesson. Individually. Grant pardons Now it happens automatically. Invite automatically. Michael, he means upon release. People are supposed to be informed of their rights given a registration form. And with that may 28th deadline. This is a really big deal for people who are released in the next few weeks. Under this new law, they could actually register and participate. Right in the civic fabric of their community without any lag time or delay. And according to the state data, we're talking about 1000 to 1500 people. That's a big deal across the country. We've seen a lot of efforts to limit voting access, but that sounds like just the opposite. Are there any other changes in the works? Yeah, I spoke with State Senator Zellner Marie, who chairs the Elections committee, and he framed it Really. Similarly, after a year of record turnout, there's been this backlash to curb voting rights. But here in New York were making some really important progress. Two big issues to watch. There are two constitutional amendments that could really bring some major changes to voting rights in our state. One would allow for permanent No excuse absentee ballots now, as I mentioned before, you can still request an absentee ballot for elections this year, But if you're going to do it because of covert, you need to use that as the excuse. This change would eliminate the need for an excuse and essentially allow for a vote by mail system and what's the other change, so the other constitutional amendment would allow for same day voter registration. Now we've been talking about that May 28th deadline. This would allow you to literally show up at a pool site register and vote and here, says Senator Marie explained it. You've ever gone shopping on Christmas Eve or Turkey shopping before Thanksgiving. You know that we are a people that wait to the last minute to do things. So we can. We should have that same sort of ability. When it comes Teofilo Mental right to vote now, Michael. These are constitutional changes, which means You need to pass both houses of the state Legislature in two consecutive sessions and then go on the ballot for voters to approve or reject. Now, these measures have already passed once, and they're working their way through a second time. So there's actually a real chance that voters will be able to wait in on these measures Come November. That's pretty soon, and I know that's something you'll watch Bridget. What else should our listeners look out for the primary race just this week alone? Michael, This is really exciting. We have our first mayoral debate. The top eight candidates are going to be together for the first time in an official debate format, you're gonna be able to hear it live here, NW, N Y. C or Watch it on New York one on Thursday night from 7 to 9 P.m. are great Brian Lehrer will be one of the moderators and Michael Really, This is a big deal because for some voters, you know who haven't tuned into the many, many Merrill forums or you're just sort of getting glimpses of these candidates in some of the news coverage. This may be their first real introduction to the whole slate of candidates. They're going to see how they interact with each other and where they stand on issues, whether it's housing and education, crime. And really the post pandemic recovery. And so this will be the time when voters will start to make up their minds. And as we said, before, some of these voters will be actively voting with those absentee ballots. That live introduction is always interesting. The seats one thing they have a campaign ad with something like that. But to see how these candidates really think on their feet in the moment is really, really interesting to see ridge before you going to make one quick point here. May 28 is the deadline to register to vote. You cannot vote in this primary in June, unless you are registered Democrat or registered Republican. Right? That's right. New York has a closed party system. And so if you're not a party member I think there's actually one conservative party primary in a city district. But if you're not a member of the Democratic Republican or conservative party, you're not going to be able to participate. And unfortunately, if you're already a registered voter, and you didn't make that change, the deadline was back in February to change your party affiliation. You're not going to have to participate this time around. But it's something to remember about primaries here in New York, because often the primary is really where the decision ends up being made. It certainly is. W in my sees Bridget Bergen. Wow. You covered a lot of territory this morning. Thank you, Bridget. Thanks, Michael. If you have a question, you want Panelist to ask the candidates at the mayor's debate. Bryan Layer is taking questions as Bridget mention email them at B l show at W. N. Y C that organ. W. N. Y. C is supported by Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey, offering more than 60 technology driven business and engineering graduate programs available online and on campus summer classes begin May. 20th stevens dot e d u slash.
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"77 W A. B, C and w ABC radio com 38 Light rain, Fog and Mist. I'm Deborah Ballentine. This news is brought to you by cars for kids, old car giving you problems. Why not donate it? You can call 1877 cars for kids today. York's governor, Andrew Cuomo, holding a press conference yesterday, virtually denying there was any kind of cover up concerning the state's coronavirus deaths within nursing home Governor Cuomo emphatic and denying the accusations or the deaths. In the nursing homes and in the hospitals were always fully publicly and accurately reported the numbers with the numbers always. He insists. The state was initially focused on responding to a federal request for dinner, which resulted in delays when state lawmakers requested the same information. The governor argues there's no need for further investigation, adding his administration made a mistake by creating a quote void of information. Which allowed the situation to be manipulated. I'm Bob Round for 77 w. ABC News Change to New York City subway service During the overnight hours, subways will shutter 2 to 4 a.m. instead of 1 to 5 for overnight disinfection. MTs interim president is Sarah Feinberg clean and disinfect stations twice each day. We clean and disinfect subway cars multiple times each day that will continue the changes taking effect on Monday, February 22nd. No injuries following a weather related transformer, fire and explosion last night in Hoboken, New Jersey that about 7:30 P.m., Hoboken's fire department, and PSE and G had things back to normal before 11 P.m.. W ABC News Time 75 traffic Sports and weather next this Saturday at 10 A.m.. Larry Kudlow is with US. It's the Larry.
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"Held a virtual press conference yesterday afternoon, the governor, blaming what he calls raw politics to dying in and cover up related to the states. Coronavirus death totals. Within its nursing homes, Cuomo admitting, though data should have been released more quickly. Is everybody did everything they could. The truth is you had the best medical professionals and advice on the globe. The governor did admit data was not released on time due to multiple requests for information. The governor and his top aide. Melissa Derosa, secretary facing bipartisan calls to step down over alleged cover up regarding those death totals Weather related transformer explosion and fire last night in Hoboken, New Jersey that outage occurring about 7:30 P.m., Hoboken's fire department and PS and she had things back to normal. Before 11 p.m.. I'll change to New York City's subway service. During the overnight hours, subways will shutter from 2 to 4 a.m. instead of 1 to 5 A.m.. In from the empty A president is Sarah Feinberg, she says Cleaning will continue. 24 7 clean and disinfect stations twice each day. We clean and disinfect subway cars multiple times each day that will continue 1 to 5 AM closures took effect last May for disinfection. You two cover 19. There's been an arrest in a fatality at a car wash in Ozone Park, Queens, and attendant Edwin Vargas of Queens charge of the head killer Manslaughter in D. W. Why, among other charges He allegedly struck and killed a 50 for a woman Monday as he drove a jeep out of a car Wash bay Uncross Bay Boulevard W ABC News Time 605 down, futures up 200 points Juliet has your 77 w A B C weather forecast sponsored by Mazda Subaru Entertaining on.
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"Piscopo on music Radio 77 w A. B C. Job is give fell on the radio. That's me Sunday night. Great to have you with us on this is Sunday night. Hopefully you're staying warm. Hopefully, the snow will be away until the next snowstorm, which is like Thursday. As you Listen, Tonto Ramsey, Mazda's Sundays with Sinatra on 77. W A B C I love having you with us. We're celebrating all the great black artists that Mr Sinatra played. We have had the honor of playing with. He learned so much from the black community and you know what he really blazed the path for so many you know, going through bigotry cause it's what Mr Sinatra experience as a young Italian American coming from Hoboken, New Jersey. It's hard to imagine you know his family coming from Sicily to Ellis Island, going the whole book, and he understood he understood the struggle. So, Nan, he would meet these great artists is artists in the African American community and one of the best I know our buddy Landau. Eugene Murphy touched on was not King Cole. Me. How great was not King Cole. This is an early recording. Of Nat King Cole and Mr Sinatra from you ready for this 1946. This is right after World War two. This was called songs by Sinatra Radio Variety show. You forget a powerful radio was And of course it is. Now It's back here on 77 W 80 ft just saying So. Here's a great classic from Jimmy McCue and Dorothy Fields, Mr Sinatra and that Cole singing exactly like you. Asking more guitar, Johnny Miller Basin that King called doubling on piano and tonsils double groovy That boy saying that I know that every chance you get you give a break to a promising young vocalist because I'm not so young and not so promising. But Good night. Sing one with you now, please. Hey, Hugs not is thinking it over. He's looking down at the keyboard. I'm in. I get to sing with the famous king called surreal. I know why I've waited. No, I've been blue. I prayed each night for someone exactly like.
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"Up on 4 11, and we're dnd Did Minsky and Doyle I'm Jeff Kaminski. And I'm Bill Doyle. Oh, man. I was just I was just on Facebook. Don't say a thing like this. My Facebook friends made a post saying, Sadly, there's still enough time for him to fumble the nuclear football down. Say that Just ride it out. Does trump, huh? By the way, Um, stick with us because at some point during the show before we get off the air, it's seven o'clock Ron and dug 2 to 7 every day. We're going to be getting Jova Trueba, our producer in here because we need to have an on air intervention because something keeps popping up. He gets so far. Then he denies it. Joe was secretly disliking his cat. He thought he was gonna love this cat. He's not abusing the cab. Nothing like that. He's very nice to the cat. They're just kind of fallen out. Is that right? There's been a falling out between Joe and the cat. And he's refusing to accept the reality of it s we're gonna have a little honor intervention. And you know the reason I was even on my phone. At first I was trying to find if there has ever been a poll done, and apparently, this is so taboo. Apparently, you can't even do a poll on this. Was trying to see if there's ever been a poll done. How many people secretly dislike their pets? Well, there's nothing wrong with that. Well, I know that people don't like other people. Some animals don't like other animals. Some people don't like other animals and animals don't like other people, right? You're leaving here? What? Yeah, No, You're right. You're leaving here like, you know, dog for good home, but not good around small Children. Teenagers find right, right? Right. So if if it's okay for them, that ought to be okay for us. But people get very weird about that. So anyway, we're going to get into that later on, That'll be fun more seriously. We're also going to talk about later Is there's a New Jersey case about a student nurse who is being forced to the side either get a covert vaccine or drop out of the program. That's a tough choice. That is a very, very tough choice. And your job could do this to YouTube. And as the rollout continues, you're going to be hearing more and more of this. S so we'll see what kind of push back there is on that We'll talk about that later on, But in the meantime, something completely different. You know, we were talking the other day about how red hot the New Jersey real estate market is and people were calling in, especially from Ocean County. Talking about how house and I know this is true all over the state, but they were talking about how quickly these houses air going. And even when you get out to l b, I Some of these people on this was a lot of them are not just some of these people are commuters to New York, and then he moving farther south in Ocean County. And all I could think of that. Must be one hellacious commute. I mean, you take the bus. You what do you drive? So I was wondering Well, how long is the average commute in New Jersey? And I know this has come up with before. But how long do you think it is? Average commute New Jersey. Oh, by now The latest numbers of this is right before the pandemic. Before. Okay, Well, yeah, there's usually There's usually a tabulation delay anyway. Um Mm. Okay. The average commute. Yes. Yeah, because because it's never as long, like like when you say the average community Almost anybody knows somebody where it's way way above average. So I would say is gonna be just 29 minutes. Look at you. What? 31 31.7 31 31.7? Yeah. Pushing 32 minutes. Yeah, okay. I mean, I find that surprising. Just because we talk to people all the time who have much longer commutes than that. But that does places third in the United States behind only New Yorkers Number one. Wow and Maryland's number two. Okay, That's ah. Yeah, that's crazy. Well in Maryland's going to be largely, just the congestion is not necessarily miles driven it. Zeman. It's on the road is that Beltway? A lot of them are heading in there. That's just really, really. Virginia's in the top 10 to that same area. Wow. But we're third longest commute in the nation. We are. Wow. You know who has the shortest commute in New Jersey? The town. Oh, I'm going one know if you live in Hoboken, New Jersey City. You're probably working in the city. So known scratch that, um Okay. One question. Is it like a small like nothing. Burger Town, Or is it a big town settled once I tell you what it is, These types of areas are often the shortest commute in all the states. All the states. Trenton because maybe you live where you work, like at Fort Dix. Oh, really? Yeah. Oh, lot of military installations pop up. Oh, yeah. You know what I was gonna like, Start guessing Atlantic City, a big entertainment. I never would've gotten that never would have gotten that. Alright. If New Jersey has among the longest commutes in the nation, and we do. We're third longest. How about your own? What's your personal commute? How long is it? How do you stand that? Why do you do it? 1 802 83101.5, Okay. What state has the shortest commute?.
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