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Pennsylvania Supreme Court dismisses another election case brought by Republicans
"To justice. The shooter is still at large. Backers of President Trump are losing another court case challenging the results of the election. Pennsylvania Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit which wanted all mail in ballots tossed out. The court ruled that they had waited too long to challenge the 2019 law that created no excuse mail voting about 2.6
Suspect at-large after killing siblings in Riverdale, south of Chicago
"In the south suburbs. Officials confirm siblings Jessica and Jamie and Bill were killed inside a home in Riverdale Friday morning. Jessica's one year old son was also taken, prompting an amber alert, but he was dropped off at a police station Friday night. Police say Clarence Hebron is a suspect in the crime. He may be driving a 2009 Silver Dodge Caravan, Illinois license plate, See a 96676. Suburban priest as as to step aside
Investing in Bitcoin
"All right we are joined today by zach. Prince and ceo of block fight zach. Thank you so much for coming on today. Guys them so pumped to be here. I listened to your show every week for the first time. I've been nervous to go on a podcast public speaking in a while. Because i'm just so happy to be herbs so excited to be the first guest talking about cryptocurrency on the animal spirits. Podcast i think is a longtime Well thank you for saying that. We are excited as well. We actually started this pocket. And i were just talking about this in november twenty seventeen so right into the teeth of bitcoin mania and we'll get into two point out. I don't think it's quite the say manic fever that we saw in december twenty seventeen. But why don't we just start off briefly for those who don't know anything about you. Give us a quick introduction. Who are you zach. The founder and ceo blocked by. I grew up in texas. I was always kind of an entrepreneurial slash math in finance minded kid. I guess i actually put myself through college as a semi professional online poker player so unlike a lot of folks are generation unfortunate to not be carrying a big amount of college debt. I always wanted to work in the financial services industry. But i finished school in may of two thousand nine so i ended up working in an advertising technology startup that was ultimately a really successful venture. We got acquired by google. I spend a little bit of time at google but learned that. I really enjoyed building things and being at smaller companies left google to start another ad tech business that got acquired and then more recently and most relevant for blocked by i was working in the fintech sector specifically the online lending side of fintech. So there was a big boom in that industry appear to peer lending online lending and alternative investing and i worked at one of the companies. That was the biggest aggregation of data provider of technology solutions to institutional investment firms that were participating in that asset class. When i was doing nat i became kind of like the fintech guy within my friend group and i started writing a blog which i don't think rather i just i didn't stay with it as well as the Clogs and built up a readership but writing. This blog is what led me to discover bitcoin for the first time back in twenty fourteen and one of the things that struck me about it initially was a lot of what happens in fintech is just a new front end on top of the traditional financial system. So you're doing something that banks already do but you're doing it with a mobile app with a much better user experience and it's faster and easier. You don't have to go onto a branch when i learned about big like. Wow this is something truly different. You've got a brand new asset built on top of payment network where i can move something around the world. Twenty four seven and it's not using any part of the traditional financial ecosystem. So i was screaming to no one on this blog and twenty fourteen. I think you should be taking a flyer on bitcoin. Maybe it goes to zero. But with a little bit of capital you should be investing in it and then from there kind of slowly and steadily went down. What people in the crypto currency industry referred to as the rabbit hole and ended up starting block five around the same time. You'll start started this podcasts. In the fall of two thousand seventeen to before we get into what blocked by does specifically. How do you explain bitcoin. Someone who thinks they know what it means or has no idea in is never really entered. This base of workers obviously digital ledger been well. I mean i think one of the actual biggest positives about bitcoin. The fact that the narrative seems to change so many times over the years. But how do you explain it to someone who doesn't really know what it is one of the things. I like to start with when i'm explaining bitcoin. People is the best analogy and kind of story. That i've ever heard demystified a little bit and the story is actually about the platypus. So back in the sixteen hundreds explorers from europe. We're going all around the world. They got australia. They found the platypus and they sent some specimens back to europe on the ship and the scientists back in europe rigidly thought. They were playing twisted joke on them. And they're like this animal can't be real. You stapled together a duck in beaver and you're telling us this thing lays eggs like there's no way this is a real animal. It took the scientific community about fifty years to actually accept. The planet was a real animal. Create a little part of the animal classification kingdom that incorporated the platypus. Another funky animals like it but the platypus was very real and the problem that bitcoin is had is kind of this platypus problem in the traditional financial services industry. Where is it. A currency is it. An asset is it. A commodity is security is at a payment network. Well it's not really any one of those things in a silo. It's a little bit of all those things and it's something completely new but it definitely exists and the reaction from votes whether it's jamie diamond or others who are now coming around to it but back in twenty seventeen. They were saying bitcoin fraud. It's a scam. It's only used by folks who are doing illegal activities. Those types of things come from a position of not actually understanding.
‘Hear Us Out’: Philadelphia Gym Owners Joining Forces To Push Back Against Latest Shutdown
"Dozens of Philadelphia area gym owners have come together to challenge the city's recent covert 19 restrictions that have shut their businesses through the end of the year. Okay. What abuse Community Affairs reporter Terry Greg? It tells us she hears from a gym owner who says that many are on the brink of shutting down for good. Jamie Sudden is co owner of James Fitness. She's part of the Philadelphia Fitness Coalition of Group of about 30 Fitness studio owners in the city. What is this done for your business? And what changes have you made? We had two studios and unfortunately we've come down to one because we had to shut it down. We've done changes. As far as we have masks mandated. We have social distancing in place. We take temperatures. We have even increased cleaning. From what we previously had. We have reduced capacity of our numbers, and we have zero transmission in our gyms. We have followed the rules that the city put in place and they are working. And we'd like to continue to be able to do that. Why did you form this coalition? We felt like we were left to our own devices from the city without any help. You know, Some people have rent deferment from landlords and some don't And so this is a really great way for us to come together to have a collective to figure out how we can work towards keeping everyone safe and keep our businesses open. The gym owners say their track 318,000 visits discovered 33 positive covert 19 cases and zero transmissions inside of there, Jim back to you. That's Kay. Whatever used Terry Greg, our community affairs reporter with Maura on what Jim's air dealing with right now. Trying to deal with this covert 19 outbreak
Arrest Made In Murder Of Miami Gardens Librarian Jamie Humet Nearly Two Years Ago
"There's been an arrest in the shooting death of a longtime librarian in Miami Gardens. The shooting happened back in 2018. The arrest just took place this week. 19 year old Sean Fortune arrested and charged with the murder of 47 year old Jamie Hugh met, police say he met was shot and killed back in December of 18 at a date County Federal credit Union in Miami Gardens After making a transaction of the A T. M. He was shot and killed in his car and then robbed. Fortune was arrested on Monday.
Southridge football's perfect season ends in Class 3A semistate against Danville
"An impressive win for the Danville Warriors tonight over a very good South Ridge Raiders team. No doubt about it. Bob Danville. They're just really, really good on both sides, the football and you know, like South Ridge had much of the season. Daniel had a lot of playmakers and It was just too much Danville, And sometimes that happens, no matter what you do the other guy on the other side of the field just better on that night and South Ridge nothing to hang their head about a great season. But Danville just really, really solid. Did they get started to Danville? Start out. Get on the board first and can't get ahead. Stay ahead kind of ball game. Well, Daniel did score to make it seven Nothing. Those South Ridge, then answer back on the very next possession with a five yard touchdown run by Carson, the house to tie the game. It's seven within Danville scored a couple of touchdowns. Heading into the locker room at halftime to go up 20 to 7 at the break and kind of, you know, just added on from there, and South just couldn't get anything going offensively. Even with the playmakers we've talked about all season long. It was just really impressive Danville defense of effort and they scored a couple of touchdowns in the second half. To make that final margin. 32 7. So that let's go back to that Flory there at the end of the half. What spurred that for the Danville? They had a flea flicker type of play on a double reverse. They pushed back the quarterback of pain, and he fired it down The field, got him inside the 10 yard line, so they punch it in from there, then get another stop defensively and move the foot ball down the field with their running back. Ethan Dutra hey, was just unstoppable on that fullback spot. He carried the ball 22 times for 172 yards for Danville. Usually he's their short yardage back. In the things that I've watched heading into the game, But he just carried Southridge defenders all night long, and he really was impressive in that little two touchdown Flory once they got the ball inside the red zone. Alright, so second half again, You know it's hard to spot a team like Danville that much going into halftime and you know, it's just all too is your game plan when you're playing from behind. No doubt about in southwards. Traditionally is that trouble coming from behind because they're more of a running type a team and it just seemed like Danville had 18 players instead of 11 on the defensive side of football against South Ridge. They turned him over on south of his first possession, coming out of the break on a fumble and had a short field and again just kept that margin in a comfortable, Ah, pace there, and it was just too much to overcome for South Ridge tonight. What a great year, though for south rich. I mean, if you would seriously at the beginning of the year if you thought you would still be doing games on semi state Friday, uh, You would have taken that opportunity. I think so, Bob, you know they southwards when those programs that reloads every year, but it seemed like they lost a lot of great players some last year, And of course, we've talked about it before. They've been success up to three A with basically a to a roster, and they would never use that. And it's right. Not an excuse, But you know what? Football? That's just the way it is. You know, you have a short roster compared to other strong three teams, but Pain on to make your questionnaire and my answer shorter to your question. I didn't anticipate them going on a run like this, even though they are a really good program. It's just a really, really nice season that we had a season to begin with. And to see it. You know, progress like this has been great for South or just program and Justin, outstanding season. Yeah, And you know what it Scott being is one of them. One of the good guys. Jamie Comber, The damsel coach won the war. The impressive young coaches in our state. And it just two solid, solid guys into programs with rich tradition. As you point out, yes, southwards. We know about them, and I'm not that familiar familiar with sandal, but not just on the surface, but you know they've got good athletics there and deal with the warrior program. And, you know coach coming over from Western Boone, where he had great success and help Western boom beat South Ridge a couple of years ago in the to a semi state. I'm impressed with the way Coach Homer's got Danville going here is the head into that championship game with
'Louder Than A Riot' Podcast Finds Evidence Rapper Mac Might Be Innocent
"2001. The rapper Mac Phipps was convicted of manslaughter, his crime, killing a young fan at a nightclub in Slide L. Louisiana, where Phipps was performing. Many at the time. It was another story of a gangster rapper living the life he celebrated in his lyrics. But the new podcast from NPR music louder than a riot finds evidence that Mac Phipps may actually be innocent. NPR's Sydney Madden and Rodney Carmichael, pick up the story. Max trial to place across the lake from New Orleans in front of a suburban all white jury. The prosecution's argument was simple. That called himself the camouflage assassin. All you have to do is listen to his music to know he was guilty. Kill, Kill miss real you cross people got his part of the prosecutor's opening arguments reenacted from court transcripts. Murder, murder, Kill, kill! Pull the trigger. Put a bullet in your head. Those are some of the lyrics that this defendant chooses to rap when he performs. This is the self proclaimed camouflaged assassin. At the conclusion of this trial. I am going to ask you to rip the camouflage from this assassin and reveal him as the killer that he is. NPR reached out to prosecutor Bruce Dearing for an interview. But he declined. Now there was other evidence people saw him with the gun and two eye witnesses pinned him as the shooter. Mac has always maintained his innocence. He listened as the prosecutor, cherry picked lines from different songs, even changing his lyrics. We'll be killed, just like Damn. I haven't lived my whole life trying to Max first album for No Limit. He broke the top 20, Don't they? Government closed my home, but at the time Mac didn't want his mom. She loved to hear it. He is in my hands, a lot of person and that because you know, he don't like the curse in front of me. I'm like well Let me hear it anyway, you know, so I heard it. I liked it. You know, I know it was a lot of it was a little raunchy. I looked at him like, okay. I knew it was all about, you know him, want to get paid and help his family out of the struggles that we would have, and Mac moved his family to a nice house and give them jobs and his production company. His parents even worked at his shows. Things were good. For a while. We probably one of the nicest guys I haven't met his master P again. They got the wrong guy. I mean, we talk about assassin you're talking about verbal assassins were talking about how he killed people with his lyrics. And I think the system mixed that up rap about all kinds of stuff. I used to write while trying to save a world I rap about all types of stuff growing up. You know, and That was actually my favorite type. He was what they would call today or conscious hip hop or whatnot. After I was gone before I signed with the letter, I didn't seem to be able to great throw back then. That's that. But here I stopped making a type of music that selling All over for this music is being used against me. In course, when Max Cherry came back, the verdict was guilty. He got 30 years program a crime like that my life. Like a kid again. I went back to the channel when they brought me back. I was saying that I was angry with God or anything. I was angry, like, knew. How could you do this to me? Max been behind bars for 20 years now. In the time since the state's case against him has fallen apart. For one thing. Another man originally confessed to the crime. The prosecution dismissed him. They said he wasn't believable. I just thought that wants these people saw the videotape profession. I was going home, but I had never heard of anything in my life like that. Like you know, someone confessing to something that person still staying in prison. One of the state's two eye witnesses even recanted, she says now that she didn't see anything, but she was threatened with an obstruction charge if she didn't testify at the time, she was pregnant, and the D a told her quote. You're gonna have that baby in prison. NPR has since talk to new witnesses who tell a very different story than the one presented in court. About what happened that night. My mom gave me permission to go and me and my best friend who lived across the street. We Put on matching skirts and we went. That's Jamie Wilson, she says. There's no way Matt could have been the shooter. We had just gotten drinks and the song was handing. We had missed most of it trying to get a drink. Remember, we were complaining about that. And, um Max started to come off of the stage and then it's like Seconds later, it felt like or maybe a minute or two shots rained out. Remember, he was still right there like this is going on. And so he kind of like, get down, you know, and I ducked. You know, I was freaking out on the floor of my coma. Gone. Are we going to die? Because they're like, Oh, my God. Oh, my God! Oh, my God. And then, as Mac was getting up, he drew a weapon and was like, Where's my mom? Where's Mama? He was asking. Where's his mama? The next day, Jamie went to the police with the story. But she says the detective did anything but put her at ease. I've never felt so small before in my life. It was I think he called me a liar at one point. No, he used liar or you lied or something to that nature. It's like he was except that we existed that that there was someone that is saying no to everything that they're saying. You know, it's like you can tell that they just I didn't want to listen. They just didn't want to hear Max. Many appeals have never worked. His last hope now rests with the U. S. Supreme Court. That's because Max jury was split into two on his guilt. See, Louisiana allowed non unanimous convictions at the time, a century old racist law written specifically to weaken the impact of black jurors. But this year, the Supreme Court actually ruled that that was unconstitutional. But the ruling isn't necessarily retroactive. So while his lawyers work to throw out his conviction Mac's family waits. Of her people say this before, but is really true is when someone is locked up in prison. It seemed like the whole family's locked up, you know? All of us and never feel free until so he's out. Especially someone is there's enough for a crime he didn't commit. But Mac's case is hardly isolated. Prosecutors have used rap lyrics against defendants in hundreds of cases all over the country. Experts say the true number is actually hard to quantify. No other genre gets misused this way, But
35 years ago, the city of Philadelphia dropped a bomb on its citizens. They are now ready to apologize.
"Mary Louise Kelly. 35. Years ago, a police helicopter dropped a bomb on a Philadelphia row house in a mostly black neighborhood. 11 people were killed. Five of them were Children. The bomb live on inferno that burned down more than 60 other houses, leaving hundreds of people homeless. This is now referred to as the move. Bombing move for the Black Liberation group by the same name was targeted. Last Thursday, the Philadelphia City Council passed a resolution that finally issues a formal apology. Philadelphia City Council member Jamie got to who represents the third district where the bombing occurred. Updraft the resolution and joins us now. Hey there! Welcome. Hi. So for those who maybe don't know, don't remember much about the bombing. Which you just briefly explain what what was move, and why was the city of Philadelphia so hostile to it? Yes. Move Woz, a black liberation group of back to nature group, and I think they were. They were different, right? Like many people in our society, and they were a group of black people who were different and who were very unapologetic about it. And I think over time, um, there developed Ah, Lot of friction between move. Andhra police in the city of Philadelphia. So You've got this apology through. Why is this important now? 35 years later, I think it's important because one no one was ever held accountable on been a real way for what happens with the move. Bombing, which was an atrocity is one of the only times in our country that Ah government bombed its home city. Its own citizens, Um There was no there was never a formal apology. That's something that was all also very striking to me. And so I was honored. Tonto work with the activists who really brought this the council to bring this about, And not only is this Not only that, I think this was important from a symbolic perspective. I also think it's important because we see echoes of what happened in the move Bombing in what we're seeing now between police and community and with the police violence that we've seen in the very same neighborhood. This is Russell. The neighborhood where Walter Wallace Jr was gunned down by police. Just that was just last month that police shooting Walter Wallace? Yes. Yeah, And I've seen you talk about how divisions between police and the community are, you know, not new, obviously. And until we actually reckon with them, their divisions and the problems we're going to keep on coming. Absolutely. I think that we can connect what happened to move with what we saw happen with well to Rawlins Jr. And I think what underlines both of these events and a lot of the police violence we see is racism and a lack of recognition of the humanity of black people in our in our neighborhoods on behalf of police, and until we confront what's at the core, I don't believe we'll be able to move forward. We just have a few seconds left. But along with the apology does this resolution also make some concrete amends to the generations of people impacted by the by the bombing? Well, along with this apology. The resolution establishes May 13th as an annual day of observation, reflection in and re commitment in Philadelphia to honor those that we lost on that day in 1985. And though that, um, can be seen as largely symbolic. I hope it will be the start of the listening and the conversations that we need to
Rep. Cedric Richmond to vacate House seat for spot with Biden administration
"With forward the thieves, with to his 0 transition Other 16 Canepa noise team, 22. adding and so senior we're transitioning staff Liberty from Mutual a DVD when Insurance company he takes over Company into the White a Connecticut presents House. company. Louisiana I'm representative really interested Cedric in Richmond the science on and is I'm being going Doug, to go tapped by the for way a senior role I Fasten within am going your seat the to Biden go belts. to Trucks Harris calls will administration be prepared for and takeoff. somebody has today a Remove in question New Orleans. How for you. cool If Richmond, is you could this? please Your who first served stay time at as flying? the Biden him campaign and Oh, then co chair, I didn't mean announced I also Listen, he we're is Li Mu, leaving going you to take might calls office. not for Howard of The title anyone has that I them will have and then for you, Will Jamie, be senior advisor what I'm interested to in the is president. this. How much It will be do we assistant know about to the the other president Canavan and oId director and have of public they identified engagement. Jen O'Malley. Which Dillon, cannabinoids Biden's do campaign certain things manager, If you will could serve outline his deputy some of chief that we of have staff, Mork coming right President up. Trump is still not
NCAA plans to move entire 68-team basketball tournament to one city in 2021; discussing with Indianapolis
"Basketball. We're joined right now by a college basketball insider for CBS Sports host of the college Hoops today, podcast. Also in front of program. He is John Rothstein, Man. John, What's going on? How are you? Never better. Only great to be with you. Good to have you, John. Great to have you here. All right, so a lot going on the blade. John announced this morning that the tournament and CW tournament will be held in one location and that they are in talks with the city of Indianapolis. The host the entire 68 team event there. First of all, what is your initial reaction to that news? Proactive planning is always better than reactive planning. Jim and you have to sit your captain Dan Gavin, and everybody's the NC. Double A for this. We know that we're in uncharted territory. We know that we're in a once in a century type global pandemic. Now we're in a situation where we have a plan and after they're just hanging up On a call with then gather it. He made it very, very clear. And once the team heads to that area, where the NC double a permanent hold and the NC double agent endeavoring to lock up, according to get it, the city of Indianapolis as that host city by January, 1st. Once a team travels to that city, it will not be permitted to leave. Until that team is eliminated from the empty double a tournament. John Rothstein is joining US John the tournament has been scheduled to start in Dayton on March 16th and 17th. Do you still expected to start at that time? Or could you see it moving back at some point? You know, one of the things that's interesting. Jamie's Dan Gavitt said that you know, because of the different protocols that have to be in place in order to successfully pull off a tournament in a short period of time. The calendar may not be the same for March. Madness as it normally is. It's an in perfect year. It's an imperfect season. But the bottom line is this Jim at the end of the day, and I know I might be the perennial optimist. We see so many people so coming to the negativity that goes on in our world today because of obviously everything that is going on in our world today, But it is time like this. You have to look at the positive or their programs shut down in college basketball. Did a covert 19. Absolutely. Did the Ivy League cancel one of sport's last week to the cove in 19? Absolutely, but the facts of the fact. Over 90% of the Vision. One programs as of today are up and running, and the facts of the fact. There's going to be set back. There's going to be cancelation. But we're having a college basketball season and we're having an NC double A Parliament. If that doesn't get you excited seven days a week and twice on Sunday, I don't know what does
Judge denies Britney Spears' request to remove father as conservator
"Star Britney Spears loses in her latest round to remove her dad from control of her estate Britney Spears father, Jamie will remain as co conservator of her state that ruling from a judge who decided not to suspend Jamie's control, which he's had since Britney's 2008 mental health issues. Britney's lawyer said in court that the 38 year old singer is afraid of her father. The two don't talk anymore, and that she won't perform as long as your dad is in charge of her career. The ongoing legal battle was sparked the Hashtag free Britney movement among fans who feel That the pop star is trapped by her conservatorship.
Britney Spears's father remains her conservator, despite singer's attorney saying she's 'afraid’ of him
"Father Jamie will remain his co conservator of her state that ruling from a judge who decided not to suspend Jamie's control, which he's had since Britney's 2008 mental health issues. Britney's lawyer said in court that the 38 year old singer is afraid of her father. The two don't talk anymore, and that she won't perform as long as your dad is in charge of her career. The ongoing legal battle has sparked the hash tag free Britney Movement among fans who feel that the pop star is trapped by her
Judge denies Britney Spears' request to remove father as conservator
"To remove her father from control of her state. Spearsfather. Jamie will remain his co conservator of her state that ruling from a judge who decided not to suspend Jamie's control, which he's had since Britney's 2008 mental health issues. Britney's lawyer said in court that the 38 year old singer is afraid of her father. The two don't talk anymore, and that she won't perform as long as your dad is in charge of her career. The ongoing legal battle has sparked the Hashtag free Britney Movement among fans who feel that the pop star Is trapped by her conservative ship. Jason agents. An ABC News Hollywood
Britney Says She Won't Perform Again if Father is in Charge
"Britney spears will not perform again as long as her father controls her career. According to the ap britney's attorney dropped that bombshell in court yesterday during the her ongoing battle with her dad over her conservatorship her attorney also claims. Britain is afraid of her father. Jamie now jamie has been britney's concern since two thousand seven and the pop star has been on a musical hiatus since twenty nine nineteen. Do you think she'll ever perform again by the way it sounds like britney and megan markle are talking because he's very strategic o. Bring me just put her big d on the table because she knows and the people behind who support her nose. That money talks. If britney doesn't perform money is not made if money is not made. No one gets paid and britney knows is she gets all those lawyers those managers and all those people on her side during this fight. Yeah she's got a case. Never remember whenever she's stopped her residency because her allegedly because her father was sick and she wanted to be there for him My little brain is ticket talking here now in thinking i wonder if she was warlike. You know what this is my chance to take a break in to put my foot down while i can. So do you think that this has been like kinda pull the whole time like as you said money talks. She's really really trying to say. Get me out of conservative. And i don't want my father to be near it at all and that the relationship really is as bad as everybody thinks it is.
"jamie i" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"I just got jamie is audio file. In the dropbox we recorded under two hours around two hours to this. Says his file is eighteen hours. God why is it called manifesto. Do we release thence public handle this. I mean they seem to have responded to like lower fi audio pretty well. I think they're going to love. They're obsessed with that. they love it. Look i'm so glad that people have been big fans of our two big bits. Miniseries one leaving in bathroom breaks taj in my own audio record. They were ambitious. We did swings. We didn't like that. The bathroom thing was next level and it was going to say credit to us that there like i so i thought it was going to be a bit when there's just thirty second pause while there's a bathroom break but then nothing wasn't addressed but he's back a bit like people were hodgman. Hodgman called me and he was. I'm sorry i need to call to discuss this. I listened to it three times to try to parse out what the and then i got it. You guys are the andy kaufman podcasting. I really appreciate it. And i was like john. We forgot to ask but he came to me and he was like. I see i see several times. Anyway.
Episode 200: The End of the Time Thing - burst 02
"Report crazy strains tree. It was all a dream. Let me run to the window and throw it open. There's a boy on the street wall. Yes but boy. What day is today. Why it's the zero credits. Two hundred episode day. Right didn't miss it. Oh this is so great. None to the store and pick up the biggest zero credits. Two hundred episode ghosts. You can find them. I can ask some money to go into. They never think the weirdest part of that they never actually address all you pay for it but just go. Just go get it. I could use as big as me self. Well you're not you're kinda mound nourished if you could like i wanna fattened goose like it's this is going to be a present to like a
Washington DC mom celebrates after campaign to decriminalize magic mushrooms approved
"Is about to get easier for D C residents to you so called magic mushrooms without worrying about legal trouble. NBC for Jamie Chou explains what the initiative just passed by D. C. Voters really means using magic mushrooms is still technically a crime in D. C. But soon police will treat it as a low priority for enforcement. That's because D c just voted to pass initiative 81 loosening restrictions on psychedelic plants. Ah, mom from DC spent months leaving the campaign to create change head on news for why, she says Magic mushrooms helped save her life money news,
In Senate races so far on election night, incumbents are holding their own
"Some high profile US Senate races have been won by the incumbents narrowing the gap on flipping control of the chamber if three or four Senate seats flipped Democrats could take control of the Senate but two of the prominent races have gone to the GOP incumbents south Carolina's Lindsey Graham is projected the winner over challenger Jamie Harrison Kentucky's Mitch McConnell the Republican Senate leader fought off a challenge from Amy McGrath a W. H. A. S. T. V. McConnell says it's time for the nation to unite and reclaim its historic traditions this is no time to tear down statues of our founders and heroes this is the time to follow their example there was a flip in Colorado former governor John Hickenlooper's defeated incumbent Republican senator Cory Gardner in Wyoming and Tennessee open Senate seats have gone to the Republican candidates Jackie Quinn Washington
Election 2020: Arizona's impact
"Of election 2020 continues our race. Our state will the side the direction of the country for the White House and the Senate majority. That was Republican Senator Martha McSally on with Arizona's Morning news Friday, and this morning, we caught up with her Democratic challenger on Election Day Eve. There's Jeremy Foster joins us live with more on what Mark Kelly had to say. One of the first things we asked Mark Kelly Jamie in a race where polls have consistently showed him in the lead there now tightening, in fact, a brand new Data orbital poll of 550 likely Arizona voters out this morning show Kelly just 1% point ahead of MK Sally Now. Two weeks ago, the same polls showed him up over six points. But Kelly told us he's still confident. Think the only Poles that really matters when folks go to the polls tomorrow, and when they count the votes, and that might take might be done tomorrow might take a couple days. I feel pretty good. Something else. Kelly and other Democrats may be keeping an eye on Republicans of return nearly 45,000 more ballots in Maricopa County than Democrats so far on the early voting side and about 90,000 Mohr than those who are not registered with either party. But Kelly points out that a lot of support from Republicans, including former elected officials, I have the Republicans for you know Mark Kelly for Senate Group. He also words folks to be patient. If we don't see the final results on Election day, and you can tune in all day for special election team coverage right here on our and we'll begin it tomorrow at five. AM I tell you, this is going to be one watch because the Republicans have come from behind to now lead with the number of ballots already returned and their also expected to turn out Maur enforce the Democrats at the actual voting booth tomorrow, so this is really going to be one to watch it is and we we heard from the Steve Cortes with the Trump campaign today. He's in there feeling increasingly confident about taking Arizona. All right. Thank you so much. Kate. There's Jeremy Foster.
"jamie i" Discussed on Yahoo Finance Presents
"Welcome to Yahoo Finance presents. My guest today is Ebay CEO Jamie I known Jamie, thank you so much for joining us. Thanks Julia. Glad to be here. It's great to have you and also you are so new to Ebay I. Know you started or spent some time there in the past, but you came on a CEO in the middle of this global pandemic. In April, this is a company that's had quite a bit of attention on the active side some issues on the PR side of late in, it's going through its own transformation and I got just. Dive right in here Jamie coming in during this time, walk us through your CEO Playbook. I'll just be curious what are you doing in the first or what do you do in the first one hundred to one, hundred, fifty days or so How are you thinking about strategy hurry thinking about culture? Yeah. Well so I, if I spent eight years, the company earlier in my career so that definitely helps knowing the business and the company and the people but certainly a different environment starting during Hoven. But a big piece of this was really just starting with listening to our talking to all of our employees about what's important to them and their thoughts. Really getting out and visiting our customers are sellers and our buyers which turns out actually it'd be pretty easy to do during Kovic because it's easy to schedule these calls and spend some time with them not the same as being inside their business, but really great to connect with our community and third was really to get around the world in different offices and was able to. Do that pretty easily just changing my zoom background to Amsterdam or Korea or something along those lines. So look that's what really helped me crystallize on this strategy that we're going after which I'm calling tech lead reimagined nation of Ebay, really create the best marketplace for buyers and sellers defending our core business. We have a huge opportunity Julia in non new season and really getting back to. That core and going after that growth is is what we're focused on being the seller platform. Of Choice. You know one of the first things I did was get out there and talk to our sellers because it was one of my favorite things when I worked at the company before because they've got great ideas on the tools and capabilities, they need to be successful and then third. is building lifelong trusted relationships with our buyers. So spending time with them and figuring out, how do we take friction out? How do we make it easier and a lot of things that were building working on are really designed to to help build those longer term relationships with buyers. Okay. There are a lot of things I want to unpack with you here Jamie in a tech lead reimagined. So. Interesting to me because a lot of conversations these days I'm sure you're having these as well. It's all about the word digital transformation. It has been at least for several years and you know kind of like the analog company going to an going from and to the digital world but it's interesting because Ebay twenty five years old digitally native player and you're talking about tech lead re imagination. What does that look like? Yeah it's really using next gen technologies like ai and machine learning to really change the experience on on. So I'll give you a small example, which is you know we just launched a feature for local pickup. So sometimes, people transact in person on Ebay. And how do we make it really easy well, we built qr codes that when you and I were together, you handed me whatever was a musical instrument. We swap qr codes and the money just magically flows in the background. That's a small example. A big example is the work we're doing in manage payments. So forever for the longest time for twenty five years as a company, you've had to create a separate account manager payment separately the managing your ebay account, and we've been working on a way to bring those together. So it's really seamless for the seller because they can now manage everything in one place. Their fees for the most part will be lower and the feedback that we've gotten from sellers that auto manage payments platform has been. Wow. This is fantastic. Same thing from the buyer side. When you think about a new buyer coming in, they only have to create one account. They can keep that on file and there's all kinds of great things we can do. Once we manage the payments for buyers and sellers. So from small little things to to larger things, it's really about how are we using technology to make it a much more compelling seamless experience on the site. All, right. Let's also talk about the core marketplace that seems to be the focus under this company in before I got there has been some divestitures walk through the strategy as it relates to the core marketplace. Why is this the era you all want to really hone in on when we are seeing this kind of explosion of ecommerce through this in a lot of other opportunities out there that I guess you could go after maybe just rather focus here at the core marketplace on our court marketplace we believe we have a huge untapped potential in the non new and season area that may be for a pair off season off price goods, it could be preowned. Vintage collectible or just kind of new product. That's that's out of season and when we look at that, there's a five hundred, billion dollar total addressable market, and for most of the verticals or categories that were in were maybe low double digits, high single digits penetration, and the that business is growing double digits. So it's a huge market that's growing fast. That's a big opportunity for us and what you're seeing us do is go vertical by vertical and say, how do we really win in that market? The other really unique thing we have Julia is consumer sellers. People that just come to sell things that they have around the house and it's great. You know when we look at the average household has four thousand dollars of items that they could sell and less than twenty percent of that's online and what's great is when someone comes to salve and usually become a better buyer becomes twice as valuable as a buyer because it's fun to buy and sell on the platform and it brings that great unique inventory that consumer sellers have just lying around the house that you can't buy from business. Usually. So by really being focused on our core in our marketplace business, we see lots of untapped potential and we started rolling out specific areas. We just rolled out watches and a bunch of changes. In this week, we announce sneakers and I can talk about those but specific changes by vertical to really enhanced the marketplace experience. Okay. You just basically took my next question of from me, which was you just said, three dollars items at what's average that's lying around. People's what else will die. I'm going to have to tell my husband. That's remarkable. So kind of given what we've gone through this recession that we're in a lot of people who've lost their jobs furloughed, you have to imagine they're probably looking for things to sell I mean anecdotally I can tell you I've heard from friends who are doing this what you kind of seen from the customers these days are you seeing more people who are looking to to sell items, walk us through what you're seeing from your viewpoint as relates to the broader economy? Yes. So for our sellers, we're absolutely seeing that. So people just coming onto sal because they're at home more and they have more time and they made. ME, more cash, and so coming onto the platform to sell different items that they have is important. Small businesses are also a really important part of Ebay, and so we put a lot of programs in place earlier this year, one of the US was called up and running where we invested over one hundred million dollars globally to really help bring those small businesses online. They may have had an offline business and not been online and wanted to do so and really investing in them and helping them come on. We had tens of thousands of new sellers sign up, and they're seeing success on the platform just during this time period. What selling? What are people buying it started with things that people specifically needed for the pandemic, and then it really transitioned into things that they needed staying at home. So home, Jimi equipment or office equipment desks, that type of thing but then it really became across the board. Really buying in every category I was at the dentist a few weeks ago and he said Look I've been the free time is give me time to fix up this one, thousand, nine, hundred, eight trucks. So I've been buying vintage car parts on Ebay and I started with this month flap that I was missing that I was frustrated by, and now I, bought like five or. Ten different things to fix up the truck. So we've really seen it start narrow and become really broad in terms of what's being.
"jamie i" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"He did not want to miss all the action is coming your way right here on. First Class. Fatherhood. All right dads I have an awesome guess for you guys today he is an entrepreneur. Dad was just crushing it with his. company eat clean Bro, Jamie Giovinazzo joins me on the podcast that he found the eat clean. Bro With his last four hundred bucks last year he did seventeen million dollars in sales e clean bro delivers healthy meals right to your door have teamed up with Jamie over I last fatherhood listeners ten percent off meals. If you guys use my Promo Code Fatherhood ten. So make sure you guys take advantage of that visit e clean Bro and see if they are. Delivering in your area Jamie has really stepped up big time during covid nineteen. He helped an enormous amount of out during this devastating time in our nation's history. Jamie's got two kids under two. He's hustling the clean Bro Business and I'm honored that he found a few minutes spent here with me first place fatherhood I caught him right in the middle of a tireless work day when his eight month old son didn't let him get any sleep the night. Before. So he's a bit smoke during our conversation, but it's about as well as he gets. So Jamie Giovinazzo will be just a few minutes please stick around for the interview and today's interview with Jamie Giovinazzo was recorded on video and is available for you guys to watch youtube channels. If you'd like to watch the conversation between the e clean bro Founder and myself, please subscribe to I last fatherhood on Youtube the link is in the description of today's podcast episode. All right. It's to be closing out. What was an awesome week? A first-class fatherhood here with a frogman Friday edition of the podcast former navy seal does. Will be joining me here. He is a certified Wim Hof method instructor. I've had the honor of having women himself here on the PODCAST. Fun To talk to about all that don't miss out on that one dropping tomorrow. Please consider leaving me a rating review on I tunes or spotify wherever you enjoy listening to the show it really a long way to help me out here and as always guys we spread the word about this podcast every then you neighborhood when you contact lists that I'm though about the show that celebrates fatherhood and Family Life Fatherhood rocks, family values rule, and every day is father's Day right here with me and I'm GONNA be right back with eat clean bro Founder Jamie Giovinazzo.
"jamie i" Discussed on The Rachel Cruze Show
"So I see that with moms a lot with parenting is they will devote I dunno eighteen to twenty five years to these people and they just do do do and listen I. Love being a mom four kids. Parenting has one of God's greatest gifts to me. But when they all leave and in most homes, they will there are different situations. But when they all leave, who am I like what if I become because if I'm just Cayden Amos Deacon stories mom well, they're going to go on and they're going to have families and they might not come home for Thanksgiving because they go someplace else. What does that leave me and that is just like a really practical example of I have to be more than just that and doing that. Or. Else. I'm going to have a really hard wakeup call in about six years. And I think our generation counselor about this just two weeks ago actually A. Like. A little bit on the cusp we're on the cusp of the generation that I feel like our gifts outside the home are celebrated in a great way and the and again that is. have gifts all over the place and I'm kind of you know season honestly where I'm like desire to be home more because my babies at home all of that. So I almost have shifted the other way a little bit but I'm so thankful that we are 'cause I. Look at my mom's generation and I've talked to some of her friends and even in like yet and that was it right and so so if you are in the younger generation, if you will I, don't know there's a beauty and a freedom to explore that, and so that's what I would encourage you to do is if you have an you like go explore it. Yes, questioned. Sign up to be a radio host six am. To kind of figure it out or on the flip side if your desire which again I can relate this this now more than ever my life is just to be home with Haiti's like Oh hiked that too do and that's that's it but we ir Yes what you WANNA listen to because it's God given when I want that job at the radio station I thought this is the sort of my career like I found something I, really love I am going to be a At a radio station for the rest of it was so much fun Rachel but our family we have three kids to adoption and my last one had only been home one year, and so then when I started working everything kind of fell apart at home. So four months and I had the hardest decision and I had to come back home. And so that to me was this example of okay you can keep doing and you can succeed and you can work your way up here. But who are you going to be becoming who you're going to be becoming, and so I have been on both sides of that of I, need to go home I, need to go home, and now it looks a little different where I'm like I'm kind of going out more as I understand that Poland you're so right you have to listen because it's not the same for everybody but you gotTa know what is your family need what you need, and then you've got to bite that tension and figure it out and it's worth it. It's worth the fight for. Absolutely, uncomfortable. Pushing. You be you you be. Okay. Your new. Book Yes you'd be you love love the title. Yes it's so good. Thank you. Pick it up anywhere you buy books Jamie Ivy Dot. com is my web page. You can find everything there and I hang it on Instagram a lot charlie against gratitude and get it wherever you books. Yeah and your podcast hot cash the happier Jamie I the Super Fun I'm glad you listen to eleven so five of it such. So yes, incredible work you thanks for being here. Thank you.
"jamie i" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm
"Amaze own Dough de la. I don't even I did take. French and high school I. Don't remember any of it dude, it's weird I was horrible French and high school but I, don't I just remember Weird Shit. Sometimes Fan I. Don't know I'm not fluent by any stretch, but I just remember you know whatever just random shit. Yeah, it's. Manco April at all unusual what I mean Yeah. Yes. Discotheque. Let bibliotheque. Already boy I won't keep. Our head Pri peace and so much love dude in you're welcome back anytime and Yeah you. I. Get started because I do plan on actually starting a podcast as eventually. I'm trying I got a so what do you consider what you do some? Videos. That's don't don't your well. If. It ain't broke. Don't break it Bro. No. Well, see the thing is I I go digging and I WANNA put it together like comprehensive like thing and itself but there's so much like just like because I I go a lot anyway on one channel but just me smuggle lead like bullshit. So they WANNA do trying to do like interview like one on one interviews like this. You know I have a backup channel ten, thousand subscribers like just do it their nation. Yeah I'd say I haven't done it yet but I will. But when I do yeah, you're welcome come on my That'd be awesome deal. You're talented Fucker Dude? I. Enjoy Your Company and I appreciate you again taking the time my friend no problem I appreciate I love going on here. So sweet brother Jamie La Gentleman. I think this is one of our first lives that we've done without. Any patent never jumped on but you know obviously he's you know he gonNa Weber. Jamie I thank you. My friend. Keep doing what you do. Brother be killer dad like no, you are till next time. I thought he has layer. All right that was Jamie. Deluxe, folks and as for me. I am out of here. Thanks for a good to be back to talk to you. Actually it's really cool to do this live Yeah it's just been crazy man like everyone else is just been crazy in my. God bless everyone who she continues to pump out content and keep doing shows God love you guys. But it's like my mind I don't know had a Lotta Shit going on and If you're a fan of the show that you know we kind of get deep into a shit and I can't really a kind of half acid and that's why I kinda feel like I'd be doing but GonNa keep trying to bring you guys more for the archives and Thank you guys definitely. Appreciate.
"jamie i" Discussed on The Conspiracy Farm
"It. Again, one of these things I would say on a show even before Cova. Going in two thousand sixteen I don't know about you but I saw huge divisions family members not even yeah. Yeah. No you're. Just off of Donald I know I started seeing like when the fact that we become enemies opposing opinions, you know you're you're allowed to I don't care if you have a gun. So visceral twenty-six years time I seen it's. Very visceral, and then now you've got twenty twenty. Year all the political. Political religious racial sexual orientation religion I mean it's just and then cove it, and then fucking where's your mask? Salt. Well the thing is with group psychology. And, what Brenes would talk about this, God damn. That's good. Shit. I need that though you know this fancy has us. So would. You identify with the group your it's a lot easier to manipulate you. The group. Identity. Group. Thought. I mean. It's okay to identify a group of people take their identities series. So seriously like I don't care if the fucking legal me as I know. It's I was just talking to a friend today. It's kind of a larger conversation we're having, but it gets into this. You know. I don't know if people are familiar with Eckhart Tola. It's kind of more spiritual ship but everyone thinks their life situation. Hey, I'm Jamie I work at such and such. I'm married I have so much kids. That's your. Your your life is and whatever you can disagree and I'm really not you but do people know. We're all infinite conscious awareness and just living our life this particular spacesuit as Avatar, living our life from wherever we were from. But that's life. That's life situation that our life and so I think we just we wind up getting that. So confused with the could we are very tribal people. You know extremely tribal to some degree but when we start seeing like the fact that man. We just gotTA..
"jamie i" Discussed on Recovery Happy Hour
"Helps the podcast show up a little bit higher in the search engine, so thank you for that. On today's interview. We've got Jamie. She is a thirty four year old social worker from New York and has been sober for a little over a year. I met Jamie in person at the beyond the bottle retreat this past January and it's been super cool watching her. Create this really fun, life and sobriety. Grab a cup of coffee for this one because she's the fastest talker in the West and there's not a single wasted word in this interview. Let's get to it. Hi Jamie! How are you I'm great, Tricia. How're you doing I'm good I'm good. Thank you so much for sitting down with me tonight and sharing your story. It's always fun to have people on the show that I've met in person before. So this is cool. Yes, I've met quite a few people that I follow listen to out there, so it was really an honor and a pleasure to meet. You I'm so glad we can do this tonight. This is awesome. Well, you listen to the show. You know how this starts. What's your name and your sobriety date? And would you describe yourself as a high or low functioning drinker? My name is Jamie Sobriety. Date is April seventeenth, two thousand nineteen and I was definitely a high functioning drinker which. Very quickly started to decline, but definitely a high functioning Yup Yup. I. Know that story for sure before we get into that. Tell us a little bit about you where you live. How old you are! What you do for a living hobbies family all that good stuff. Well my name is Jamie I. Live on Long Island New York I am thirty four years old. been a social worker for almost ten years now my hobbies I don't no longer include drinking, and how I do all sorts of things that kind of. Feel my time and expand my horizons. I I started writing this year. I love going kayaking and being outside I do yoga. I make candles I brew my own Chiampou CIA and you know I just love being outside in nature and spending time with my friends and family. I'm an aunt. I have two nephews and a niece, so like yesterday fathers. Day was wonderful. Time with everybody. That's so cool. I love the candles. I didn't know that that's awesome and kayaking and bring your own Kombucha like we wouldn't have done those things and we were drinking right one of the energy, or the wherewithal, or even the ideas like Oh, I can do these like active things like my weekends definitely were a little hair of the dog. Eat by the end of it. You know for sure for sure well. Let's get into that. Let's talk about your drinking and why you're here and in five or ten minutes or less tell.
"jamie i" Discussed on The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey
"And what do your parents say to help you be open about those conversations. It was pretty early. I remember the first time we talked about sex. No, no! Do you do Deacon. Listen. Third, or, second second grade. I think it was way before then so you might not remember the first time. The, first time you remember the conversation we'll in second grade. There was like a book. Yeah, we started before then though yeah, there was a book. My mom would read me. Yeah, yeah, there's a book series of I. Think has been really really great for helping talk to your kids about sex and I always say that if you're not talking to your kids about sex, somebody else's. So the original question was how do data and I make it comfortable to talk about? It probably is still uncomfortable. I don't really know it's always. It's always uncomfortable. See this is always uncomfortable to everybody always uncomfortable, because sometimes since examples, so if it's always uncomfortable, but yet we keep doing it. What do you think that maintains? You'll. Want us to like learn the right way. So, even though it's uncomfortable, because parents talking about sex and pornography with their teenagers can feel uncomfortable. Do you see the value in the conversation? Yes, yes, okay, that's good. That's good because I think I have some friends who have teenagers that don't ever talk to them about sex or pornography. What do you think about that? That's very bad because somebody in their school might tell them the wrong thing. Yeah came hard conversation about worth it. Right Yep all right. Let's keep going yes. All Right? Here's some this. This came in a lot and I WANNA. Hear from everybody on this. There are lots of different variations of this question, but basically people want to know this. How do you feel or what do you do when your mom gets recognized in public? Or what is it like to have? Parents who are quote unquote kind of famous? Story start with you well. When my mom gets recognized. By somebody like I'll be there. Just watching it happen, and then when I look at her, I'll be like blue mountains famous well. But I kinda like it. See my mom of those people recognize her, so because usually they say. How do you do? You think they recognize story too, but I. Mean they don't talk to me. Tragedy occur digging. What do you think? It's normal now like just people in Heb will oh, my Gosh Jamie IV. Amos. What do you think? It's kind of weird. It's weird. Does it bother you if they know who you are? No, no, that's rarely happen. Okay, okay. Is just walking to the other aisle. Dad, all you guys do that. If someone comes up I'm Jamie I. Read this. All of Y'all leave just leave. Why did you leave because I don't be there? You may be familiar with the major events and battles of world. War Two, but there are so many more stories to uncover. Stories about the. Airman or the incredible women who trained to become pilots and mechanics in honor of the seventy fifth anniversary of the end of world. War Two ancestry has just.
"jamie i" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Have lost their jobs that are mourning the loss of loved ones does it minimize your struggle remember that the world is struggling along side it's none of us is in this alone Dave it's mocking go to sleep and stealing a bag of weed was that and there is nothing in this wonder I was thinking you know what it's not just a school seniors that need that that's a ton of adults I know it is it's just hard right now to see the forest for the trees it really is well stop being a big plus and start seeing it you get a choice every day Scott I think she's talking to you Jamie I'm fragile I didn't bring that up to give you some sort of judges read up on it was pretty good if you want me to change the topic I can't I don't know is it close to the bone or something no I just I reading okay all those things are solid and good I don't know how practical they are but good for you for put it on paper good for you how practical it is yeah because I don't know if the kid when I'm a senior in high school and I'm going to go along with that you have a choice though right right have you ever known an eighteen year old to be wise beyond their years sure then it's possible anything's possible yes well I just don't know if it's practical well no it's it's free I know but it's very little house on the prairie and I get it you know it is that's fine that's good I'm glad I think everything you just said and she said is all is that right better to be little house on the prairie.
"jamie i" Discussed on KGO 810
"Going to go to the phones are you ready Jamie I'm ready all right let's let's start with Brian who's calling from San Francisco Brian hi welcome to KGO you're only Cheney go ahead thank you this is my first call I'm so glad to hear from you thank you my question is if all there are doctors being able to deal with he'd get mad our locations he will there be a limit on the number of visits to the doctor whether be too many people who are seeking Medicare help but not enough doctors to serve them is that what you're saying okay that's the question yeah okay Jamie but no I mean I you know look doctors are going to live in California because they like living in California going to practice in California the system really should not change in terms of supply and demand how you get to what Dr right how do you get to a doctor at UCSF versus another medical facility I mean I think now as there is sometimes in the Medicare system there are ways for doctors who are you know more senior and and and more talented exist in the current system private insurance Medicare doesn't matter I think you know that there's no rationing with Medicare for all but there's definitely a you know a a different rhythm to how you find your doctor I presume that in the Medicare system for all systems we are still going to value preventative care we are still going to prioritized you know getting people to doctors quickly there's no doctor shortage in California or America and there's no reason to believe doctors are going to leave California because frankly there's no other place for them to go because everywhere else around the world is like Medicare for all single payer systems so I I think I think that's that's just something that you know the right wing is used to Stoke fears that the doctors will run away there won't be enough doctors there is always you know there's always in the system competition to get to what is perceived as the best doctors the best hospitals but our level and quality of medical care is only gonna get better there are going to be a longer wait times we have serious medical technology in the system it's not going to go away so I I you know we're still gonna spend an awful lot of money on the health care system the difference is we take out the middle man in the profits and the profiteers and were able to operate in bulk and so when we're looking at things like a you know medical devices that we're going to have to need and prescription drugs those can be negotiated and and that makes a big big difference let's talk with Francine Francine is in Morgan hill Francine hi welcome to K. G. your a Cheney go ahead so and in twenty fifteen I got laid off and I ended up having to start my own business so I did I I don't make enough money to pay for medical so they gave me Medicare through obamacare and I met hi is there so I want to know what's going to happen to people like me if everybody goes to Medicare okay Jamie well I assume cars are still going to exist under Medicare for all system so not much if you like cars you're gonna build you that's what I have right now hi this is a medical provider it is a care hospitals as doctors there's an insurance company involved but is a not for profit insurance company although frankly it did force a lot of money for not for profit company but regardless the doctors you can build a hospital is going to be there they they may have to restructure the corporate structure slightly but those people are going anywhere there to do it and they're going to still be able to exist because they are providers of medical care anyone that provides medical care will exist under Medicare for all the people who are out of the people who push paper or they're going to maybe push paper or push computer buttons a little differently and for different purpose and be re trained to do that yeah it's a big difference is where the checks are coming from is going to come from the United States treasury instead of from the insurance company that will jump through hoops to try to not write that check out just to just to be clear a user Bernie license that but forty seven million in national healthcare expenditures right now a fifty five percent of it already paid by the government so it's twenty two twenty one trillion dollars paid for by the private sector right now we're going to if we capture that money we can be much more wise and effective rather than have these balkanized systems if we had under Obama if a bomb had pushed for just just just book purchasing for drugs just drugs we receive an awful lot of money over the last decade and a half yeah and that was a terrible thing because there was a well we don't need to get into that that was it and then I will be right back Jamie court is my guest we're taking your telephone calls we want to answer your questions about Medicare for all four one five eight zero eight zero eight one zero I'm Pat Thurston on KGO they're still on KGO eight ten you can ignore and this news update sponsored by boost mobile stocks continue to go on a wild ride as investors struggled to gauge the potential impact of the corona virus outbreak on the global economy correspondent Alison classics as the recent reports from Golden State Goldman Sachs about how the outbreak is affecting U. S. companies like Goldman Sachs has reported today saying that US companies are expected to report profit gains for the year some are saying that's.
"jamie i" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"At that hi Jim hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay Hey hearing from bone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes he was coming after they've come in a jet yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee to cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law it's nine forty two A. W. CDS and Brad Heller is here with the business of sports all imagine the Yankees or even the nets picking who they want to play in the first round of the playoffs that could happen according to a new proposal for Major League Baseball that would start in twenty twenty two the post says the number of playoff teams would expand from ten to fourteen so for wild card teams in each league instead of two the top team in each Lee we get a bite to the division series while the other two division winners would then pick their opponent on national TV for a best of three first round series that selection show would be on the final night of the regular season of that was in place last year the Mets what made the playoffs as one of those wild cards again this wouldn't happen until the twenty twenty two season at the earliest and it would have to be collectively bargained still with the union you are my goal singer was a relief pitcher for the blue jays in August of twenty seventeen when he pitched in Houston against the Astros gave up four runs for hits three walks and he got just one out of bowls singer was demoted by trying to the next day and hasn't pitched in the big leagues since Willys filed a civil lawsuit now accusing the Astros of unfair business practices negligence and intentional interference with contractual and economic relations from football Philip rivers is earned more than a hundred twenty two million playing sixteen seasons with the Chargers moving from San Diego to LA but that run is now over the two sides yesterday mutually agreed to part ways to reverse a thirty eight will become a free agent next month he was part of a draft day trade if your member into thousand four with Eli manning of course already announces retirement tight schedule the islanders a host the flyers in Brooklyn after last night one of the capital's in Washington the Rangers open up a three game road trip tonight in Winnipeg the devils will get the Panthers no local hoops and that's coming off that one point win over the Pacers in Indianapolis Spencer Dinwiddie the go ahead basket with about five seconds to go and the post is reporting that the next incoming team president Leon rose reportedly has Jeff van Gundy and Tom Thibodeau on the short list for head coach Brad Heller WCBS eight eighty sports.
"jamie i" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"You know college Nfl College Basketball Stadiums Every morning I would get out there and do it. I'll tell you my favorite one was penn state. It was a Friday morning about seven thirty in the morning. It was thirty five degrees outside but I was like I don't care how cold oldest doing it and I was at the highest point at Penn State and there was zero human beings besides me the entire stadium and it was one of those things where you're just like wow you know first of all you think about the access you talk about access right. Who has access to a stadium when there's nobody in there On a Friday morning and then to yeah. We'll do that so it's always been something Kinda cool that I've done our chat. Do you want to give the listeners. Just a sense of like what kind of training regimen you have to You're embarking on right now to run the most famous triathlon. That's out there so excited so Yeah I raised. I raised thirty thousand dollars last year for the IRONMAN foundation through. Yeah my Auction that I do every year. And so that's sort of the fund raising minimum to get into Kona and so I was able to to get my bid for Kona and which the world championships for iron man. It's the super bowl of iron man's it's in Hawaii. It's the toughest race because of the island temperatures in the wind and all of this stuff I have never done a full ironman man. I trained for one but unfortunately The event was cancelled two weeks before the event because of Hurricane Michael it was it was in the Panama City area And so I'm really nervous. You know I I'm embarking on a huge undertaking. Not I mean it's it's it's physically taxing. It's mentally taxing. It takes me away from my kids. I went to some really dark places places when I was training for my for my ironman. A couple of years ago And it's hard. It's hard to sit on a bike for seven hours on a Friday and not let your mind wander and ask ask why you're doing this I am so excited to be out there and some of the people that I've met along the way during my ironman journey. They keep me on pace. I mean and I'm talking people in wheelchairs or people fighting cancer or you know brothers pulling you know other brothers who who are unable to compete themselves and it's just incredible the human beings that I've met along the way and and they really kind of keep you going Jamie. I feel like it'd be awesome. If you could actually cover this like your good. She could be a transition. I would probably be on the sidelines with the beer in one hand and my phone and the other like those that that's just a convertible next to her waving to her like just chilling out backstage Shannon. Great Work here my my motto. When I'm like running people always asked me like about like winning beating this time or whatever? I'm like beer tent not medical tent. That's where I wanna be after the race. So I'm just GONNA go out and I have priorities priorities people but that nine all honesty show. I mean what you're training for is just like it's really hard to process like the I remember number some of like seeing the end of Conan like people sort of just like crashing through that finish line after just going just seems inconceivable so That's that's incredible and best of luck that you'll be able to pull up. Pull it off. Maybe we'll do a creator before Kona or right after and I can tell you how it went. Yeah yes Shannon's ability to suffer for hours on end unbelievable this girl you know capacity. Yeah well I am too and I wouldn't have yeah. I would not trained for more than an hour a day. You're just What she does? She's just she's like Superhuman Jamie the other day I shoveled in seven degree weather does does that count as a kind of an incredible G. Minute Shannon is about your heart rate up a little bit like we're I'm your Jamie Urine Indianapolis I think Greg or I'm in Toronto Shannon. We're talking to YOU CHARLOTTE. I live in Charlotte. Philip Shannon. Jamie I gotta be honest. Having Shannon wins the weather. So we're we're in good shape. All right listen I have nothing else for you to. Is there anything else you would like to add before Before I let you go on what will be incredibly busy two weeks for both of you know I mean yeah I mean it's a credible busy ten months. I mean that's the crazy thing. Richard is like the NAP car season. Is We start now. We don't end till Thanksgiving and so when you talk about like those marathon things right. It's it's it's a long one is a very very long one. But it's awesome to go on this journey and see how it kind of things that we're talking about right now or the things that were going to be talking about the end of the year. Yeah and and Richard. I think it's interesting. A lot of young girls. I know talk to me and Shannon and and they wonder is it possible to have it. ooh Can you have a career like this. That takes you away from home and I think that we're both examples that you can have it all and we might make it look easy at times. Finisher attack is and I mean balancing balancing everything. I think the reason. We're both so into fitness. Is it helps balance you mentally because it pulls you in so many directions. I wouldn't change a thing but I also would say that it takes a lot of work but you can have all you can have a family and a loving husband and a career that you love so much that you wouldn't give up for anything that's a good is a good way to end and on that are Jamie little as I mentioned has been with a Fox's NASCAR coverage for a number of years now and you'll see her on Pit Road for the NASCAR Cup series NASCAR xfinity series. As she mentioned she is an incredibly busy week coming up with the Westminster dog show. She does America's top dog on. Andy he is well and you'll see her pretty much throughout the NASCAR season In the garage and on the pit with Faulk shot and speak is as I mentioned earlier. The host of Fox's NASCAR race coverage channels all the anchor duties for the NASCAR Cup Series Nascar. Our xfinity serious. She has She Co hosts NASCAR race hub on F s one in addition to that she's part of Fox's NFL coverage where she's as sideline reporter on one of their crews and As she mentioned in by the end of the podcast he's training for seriously like one of the most unbelievable athletic achievements. I think anybody can do Who is a Who is a to some sort of the Nath elite out there are Shannon Jamie? I always appreciate your time. We'll continue to do this every couple years until all of us are I can do and I trust me Jamie. We'll still be doing the dog show matter and I'll be out there running my triathlon alive with my walker you. That's right time might be low but you'll be out to show Jamie. I always enjoyed talking to you guys and I have great admiration Asian for your careers. Thank you very much for joining me down the sports media podcast. All right back in the studio Mike thanks to Jamie and shot and they're always So much fun to talk to and clearly the Great A great love and friendship for each other. So that seem to. I think cross pretty well If you liked Or if you like these conversations please check out the archives.
"jamie i" Discussed on RunPod
"Your new? You look like you're running. Journeys really exciting. I know you're GONNA you're GonNa love the marathon eight eight. It's a huge will from me is the biggest challenge I I take on in a year and I find it hard. It's no easy however it is an amazing day and you do have to trade. And if you don't train in your Finnish because you will struggle and Jomo favorite celebrity stories Jesuit right John. Edward heard heard the story before. So Ah jet would who I who I ended onto a few things with when I was doing big brother that-that manager told me a story that they flew to New York to do that first but oppressed. They landed on the day of the New York marathon and a go to places that they'd never done any training. They both and active packet of Jelly babies around the entire New York marathon in Paris converse. From knowing wow how is that is I think that might be my third jesuit stories. I hear these. Oh well good luck doc with that but before before you go you still have to do the room. Port quickfire ranks that quick. But you know can I ask you what your your favorite time of day to run. Its six thirty in the morning in the morning. Yeah all right. Why just because Because it's not too early for you to kind of resent life if the sun's up is lovely and you can do a quick five K.. And the rest of the day is yours and you will kind of spend the rest of that day on. Run his high completely with you at favorite place to run Where I live out in Brooklyn In Surrey is just the based canal you can go right from Frimley. All the way through to beautiful glorious is nice. There isn't really gorgeous. m favorite piece of running gear. That you've go. I'M GONNA have to say when I say the golf in Because is just I. It is is the discipline that I need. I need someone to say. You need to run for this long at this time at this speed. And that's the only way the of able to progress in Goma music on it and his grab a limit. I'm favourite of trainers that you've is running with Oh goodness I've got I see is weird that they were so going from. The runners is placed on a great poll street. Because I was convinced that I had everything everyone every runners convinced they have some anomaly whereas actually everyone's it's just the same everyone's feet herds you know So I I got these addidas. How their shoes I did us. Oh my goodness goodness me. What would they code or something like that? Yes ultra boost. So I'd I sold Nike Ones Zoom structures. which are take good? There'd be more solid running along the towpath and stuff like that but I kind of road running and pot run in the ultra abuse. Is that like that. The so uncomfortable and I've kind of gone around the houses but the train is and been measured for this and told us should have these ones and these ones but then I'm kind of now in the line of thinking was which which one's the most comfortable. Yeah which ones work for you out SAM ultimately to they're the ones the choice actually they are indeed 'em tapes for other runners so they'll be people listening to her new just started. They're running journey. Who would love to one day at? Maybe T- Kona Marathon or half marathon or your tips to them to kind of make. Sure they they they don't give up a never run. Many I wanted to a thing is is the K.. Is the thing that got me through. You will hit a wall. You know you'll start and you go this. This guy can run. And then maybe when it's around the two and a half K.. Mark Guy Actually. This is really tough. Just stop and just walk in walk. Came and in. My wife just started running. As I've just said these are the same thing. Go two hundred yards and the second is starts hurting or you start getting out of breath we start getting a stitch wjr. Just stop and walk because your not going to you will just talk yourself out of running and just this horrible so stop until it doesn't hurt then you start again and when it started hurting and just stop and that's how you start doing it and you'll find the without even knowing it all of a sudden within a couple of weeks maybe a month you doing going to North Korea without stopping to be fast but you doing it. Yeah and you're building up timidly his. I don't think it's fast you go far. You go is just about the whole feeling that you get from as well as your own internal targets. Do it for yourself rather than anything else and and the last question. Why is it the love running because it gives me tie? Goodness may that so difficult question. I think it's it's runnings kind of saved me away. Really and he's he's allowed me to the space and and energy and give me the energy to to to be the person I used to be a thing and and he's kind of held along is helped me out of it out of really rough patch and is kind of set me on on a better one on a better path and and Without ruining that would have been really really hard is changed my life. Oh that's an amazing answer. I think I I love people can relate to about over. Thank you my pleasure. It's been great. I've never I've never talked about running before this easy menchaca starts uh-huh at Jamie's thank you so much you're officially part of the rump. Would run club amazing thanksgiving..
"jamie i" Discussed on If These Ovaries Could Talk
"And I'm Jamie I was about to go there do you colleen I mean I can take it or leave it a big part of my family loves Halloween they get so as you're saying you do want to you know that makes sense so less you're going to go first yeah we've been decided and ret you know that you're going to carry later on that's what was decided.
"jamie i" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting
"Age. You make my hobby irregular. Can't came song. Jamie. Thanks for being on the show as you think you've just got back from a chips in Nashville. Didn't you? Yes. What did you get to over the gone for writing? So I was there for two weeks. I had nine sessions, and I came back with nine new songs, which is great, and I'm quite new to co writing and especially in terms of intensive periods. I did it before for the happy accidents record in LA. But this was more intense than that, it was very kind of formal appointments. It wasn't just kind of sitting around with songwriter. Absolutely. I was going in with good writers people that you know, had Grammy's and million selling records over there. So Nazli Hamby and Nazli is just had some stuff on the Casey must grades record. Barry dean, I work with and Troy verges. I think barrier Dritan some stuff little big town. Steve diamond to that a huge faith hill record and Lucie. Silvas in Dave bonds and a few other guys as well. It was brilliant. And they're so quick. They kinda jump on ideas and throw ideas out at you. It was really fascinating. I feel like it was much quicker than any other kind of co writing. I've done in the way that they jump in on things they do also have a tendency to want to write about BAAs and during king and putting stuff in the back of your truck and driving, and I have to really relate to this. It rains Manchester. We don't drive anywhere like that. Maybe we can go around that changing the culture. Very much. But it was really good. I really enjoyed it. I intend to go back again. And try bit more of it. It's quite difficult thing to do isn't it to get into a room with someone? You don't know that? Well, and then get to that point quite quickly where you share and things really tough yet. It's really tough, and it's harder. Actually, if the two writers. No each other a couple of times that happened in thought I'm struggling to get in. Working off each other's sense of humor and stuff like that. And you're not showing you a long way from home and all those things. And so yeah, it can be really tough. But those guys are pros, and they do it every single day. Sometimes twice a day. The not afraid to say, I can't do anything with this idea. Can we move on? That's quite interesting. You know, it's like the best thing to do is move on. They don't take anything personally. No one's going to be insulted. If you say something bad just kind of get on with it. It's great. The you know, that doesn't seem to be any ego. Roy which I found really interesting too because I can hold on a little bit and teach me to let go of it more. You know, so sums I write as well, which can often be quite emotional impersonal. They can be quite tough when you're Coleraine on the happy accidents record. I have could sing to the river, which is about my dad and his passing away. And I had the thought of that song for quite a while. And we'll take that thought to writing sessions and not do it. So I don't know what it is about Chris braid who I wrote that song with garage both that song here and how it was to kinda right? With him and negotiate very delicate..
"jamie i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Station This is the story Busy When I first heard, this I didn't quite get it I listened again Sure. Does common sense What do? I chase the cat why do? I chase the cat Doll man He's a, nasty dogs Been closing script Saw them live Yes. In Cleveland Ohio back. In their? Prime. George, Lynn yes well I'm in I thought it was their, seventies and? Eighties. Yep, oh yeah Like. Seventy, nine I would I've. Never seen him I interviewed George Clinton a, few times I I was amazed because back then I. Love the music but when they came out there must have been Fifteen or more performers onstage Show snoop Dogg sample this Probably. Yeah Yeah I think he, did Sampled in the beginning, of one of his songs the songs sampled by a. Lot, of people we have well we. Generated some phone calls here. Let's go to. The, phones? We, have Jamie hi Jamie I. Love your show guys I. Absolutely adore it. Thank, you It's great honestly every day. I gotta correct young. One thing.
"jamie i" Discussed on Kotaku Splitscreen
"Changed his mind about all of this it seemed more like he was just reflecting to me is in the he was reflecting on the horror of war and and just being i think everybody is just shocked by the power of the dragons of seeing withdrew gun can really do which is something that we've been waiting seasons and seasons to see but when you actually think about what it is it's really horrible is like the nuclear napalming all these people and just like burning them alive and i think what i got from that was more teary and just reacting as anyone would react to the raw power of what he was seeing and how scary and intense i was um but not necessarily contemplating changing sides but i don't know as teheran were faced with having to choose between savings in areas and saving his brother i don't think i think they'll be really hamfisted in shitty and stupid of the show did that i think it'll be much more subtle than the now i think the show a d that i'm saying i think that's an interesting question and interesting ongoing question about loyalty i think that it's right and i think that the question of what you know like what is what is tearing and and do when eventually faced with jamie the that the eventual seem between jamie interior and is going to be really cool this you know i talked about this at think it was last episode earlier i've mentioned that i kind of wish that the show was doing a better job of indicating that this was tyrian verses jamie that this war was basically tyrians plan verses jamie's plan i thought this episode like made that clear for the first time by putting them in the scene scene and having terry and watch and react to the fact that his brother was like completely outmatched and actually throughout this whole sequence my read on jamie i was very interested in jamie's basically the whole experience through this uh through this fight because he.