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"jim good" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"10 o'clock this morning. This is do the lying painting as part of the Big Tobin Bridge. Chelsea Curves Project there. Laurie Grandi WBC's traffic on the three Now the WBC four day AccuWeather forecast as we go live to WBC AccuWeather, meteorologist in DeVore. All right, Jim. Good morning to you. Look, it's going to be cloudy most of the day, and I think I just don't want to make this sound too wet. But on occasion there could be anything from a Sprinkle or flurry to kind of a more substantial rain or what's no shower, But Most of the time today, I think is dry for most places. Best chance for maybe a multiple events. Situation like that. A couple of showers is north and west of the city will keep an eye on it. Low forties. Not that cold for January, then back down the load of the thirties tonight. Drier tomorrow Maybe little sun temperatures up in little forties And then things are gonna change here. Rain moves in later tomorrow night continues into Saturday morning. Some of that looks heavy into the mid day Saturday Windy with rain tapering off Saturday afternoon. We're still in the forties Saturday. And still in the low forties Sunday, but it's going to feel colder with a gusty wind and some sunny breaks returning and the weekend I thank you with meteorologist in DeVore WBZ Boston's news radio. All right, thank you there, gene. And right now we are seeing in Boston. Cloudy skies where you're still at 35 degrees. It is 5 55 on WBZ news Radio will new research on covert lockdowns and air pollution. But 19 lockdowns had less benefit on urban air pollution than first thought. Scientist in the UK believed the modest reductions were actually brought on by seasonal and weather changes that is correspondent George Michael. The researchers studied pollution levels in 11 cities that had extensive lockdowns Beijing Wuhan in a number of others around the world and entertainment news. I'm the dude..
"jim good" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Call in West Bend where there is a wire store and a redefined location, Jim Good morning. Good morning, gentlemen. Thank you for taking my call. My wife and I have a garden style condo. Two bedroom 2 2.5 bath. Average age of the people in this association is probably 65 75 years old. We have a AH Jacuzzi six Jet world pool tub in the master bedroom. It's five by five. Very nice looking And we're considering changing that to the standard tub with a shower above it. Does it make sense? Economically. And doesn't make sense for sale ability. Is there a shower in that bathroom now? Like a separate walk in shower or no? Ah, no. There is not the other. The other bathroom has a stand up shower in the lower your lower area, sir. S so that's the master bathroom essentially has just the tub. I think that would make sense. Even though I think that bracket you know, some people don't like to Jacuzzi tubs were kind of getting more towards the big walk in showers versus the tubs. But I think you know, given mostly what I see is having a shower in that master bathroom definitely makes sense. Coming off the remodeling show. It's almost a weekly discussion when kitchen and bathroom modelers here on Should there be at least one shower? Know for sure anyone now that that gets into the tub to should there be one tough area tub? But more often than not? It's way more showers these days than tubs that your ones the walk in and then age, you know, like you said, I mean that then it's into the walk in showers and some of the end of the tub's the shower tub kind of combination things, but I think having a shower in that master definitely would be advantageous. Hey, Bob, is your thought that every House condo. Whatever should have a bathtub of some sort. I don't think so. No. Try me. Um, you know, showers are just fine. If you have little kids, it's very preferable to have that tub. But, um, But what if a buyer comes in and doesn't see a tub? They could. They can remodel and had their own tub right? They can't It becomes a problem because oftentimes the footprint of a shower is Aziz much smaller than the footprint of what you need for a tub. S so when you build a house, I mean, most of time. They're gonna build the house with a tub somewhere in that house. Um, but generally speaking, if you don't have a tub in your house, and you think that it's wise to add one personally, I probably would be against spending the money that unless you really use it yourself. And there are people that look for the Jacuzzi tubs. I've had instances where the viral you know the wife for the buyers really want that. But the stand alone tub is kind of popular right now to that, that look of just to stand alone tub. Remodelers having that in cloth with Tober. Whatever some of the things I think, ideally to. It's the second full bathroom If you have a second full bathroom, that's where you want the tub, The master baths nowadays, I think people much prefer the giant double steam shower kind of the collar was talking about, you know, not having a shot, having just the tub and not a shower, and that's You know that again Showers that you need, at least yeah. In the master bath totally and not just for resale value for just day to day life, Jim. Thank you for the call. Juma's from West Bend. There's a Meyer store there as well as Walker Shaw and West Ben Ah Medford location for redefined realty dot com and all of this in full is on The website redefined realty dot com That commission 3.99% your questions from a buyer's perspective from a seller's perspective will touch on rates. Do we have any Paulie's picks to the Obama should have to. We're going to celebrate one Polly pick for somebody who's brave enough to list their home between Christmas and New Year's, which is generally as alone There's this one. There's no doubt about anything this week of the year and then on top of it the snow, so that just was kind of a double whammy. That activity is just Slower. There's just not as people aren't is active, and then when it snows that tends to tamp that down as well. But generally speaking in people that had been looking didn't find something in 2020. There's still active buyers out there. There's still looking so The interest and those number of buyers like as Bob mentioned far outweighs what's available and we'll start seeing that as we hit the new year. We'll see new listings Come on the market and I think this is Perfect time for you as a seller. If you're thinking about selling, maybe it's not even till next year, but If you're thinking this year in the spring, that timing question always comes up. Well, When's the best time to list the house, and I'm thinking about it when meeting now or at least talking about it. Get on the website, even request to see Emmy we as Bob mentioned as well. We don't need to come out to the house. It's better if we can see things and maybe things you might want to work on and you want to redo of had someone that had some hardwood floors and they want to take the carpeting out. It was hard floors underneath and looked like they were in pretty good condition. So asking some of those questions and figuring out what you might want to do to get your house ready when you're ready to go on the market that in the spring or what that timing is And you're ready to go immediately. Your agents Bob, do just that. They don't just do the contractual work and the closings. They give advice on what they think would best sell your house of it. Maybe some advice about carpeting harder for us. Maybe it's a simple These colors are awful. Grab some paint. Yeah, well, and you know the funny part about that. Most often. The advice is, you know, he picked a few things up in de clutter a little bit, but the place looks great. Let's sell it exactly the way it is. I'd say probably 75% of time. That's the advice you're going to get, And that's generally the case, but people themselves, you know. Well, I really I'm sick of this, and I don't like this and I want to change. I'd like to change this, so we don't think generally speaking again with the lack of inventory. You don't necessarily need to do those things. You price it and it's yours and be amazed at the activity and interest in the buyers that are out there and then they can come in and do it The way they want to do it, Which is what we did our house. We bought this place in Cedarburg with wallpaper and Teach tub with brass. Father's a little, you know. And now it looks different. You see that, Craig? So we did the work ourselves, But we love the location. We love the house itself the structure, but it needed some work. I'm not gonna let wallpaper dissuading and that's a big thing. The.
"jim good" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Back. Thanks for staying on board. John McGinnis with your news. 93.1 kid became live everywhere in the iron radio up talking about government expenditures. What does this mean to you when you start hearing some of the details as to how money is being spent during the course of an emergency. How would you feel if you co manage the physical resource is in your household and you're cutting back because you're in a set of circumstances that requires some level of austerity spending money on only critical things, perhaps spending some additional money on things that would help allay the concerns or whatever the crisis maybe And you find out that the other person involved in the management of the fiscal affairs is buying all kinds of four was things perhaps things that will ultimately be a net negative. To the household that looks very much as though that's what's happening now. And what do you make of the president threatening to veto this? Um I frankly want to see some changes happen on this. The other part of this that I did have not mentioned is the fact that the president and many in Congress want to double or much more than double the amount of money going to individuals which I understand because 600 bucks is not a significant amount of money to the average person who's struggling. But with that seems to me you have to have some legitimate efforts undertaken some plan. Two to ensure that some level of scrutiny is in play did to determine who actually gets that money. Look, what's going on the state of California and now with the billions of dollars Being fraudulently dispersed to people not so inclined from the employment development department. So to just say, hey, throw it out there, and that's going to fix the problem. That's not the case. Keep it legitimate. Keep it straight up strict. And properly manage. This is this is extraordinarily important in his time for things to change your calls your thoughts. 808 34 15 30. Let's jump of those calls. Let's check in with the neck in Roseville Naked afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for holding on, sir. Hey, Sheriff, How are you? I'm terrific. Thanks. How you doing? You know, I'm doing pretty good. Merry Christmas to you. And to you, sir. At in the station. Um, you know, I I was just thinking when when government spends. There is nowhere in any bill that says we're gonna lower one part of government spending to pay or to help pay for this. And I don't think the government Has thought about or if they have. They haven't really cared about the fact that Like they're just adding zeroes to the debt, and the government in my lifetime has never had a positive, um, year in terms of physical years. Interesting. Yeah, You're absolutely correct. Has been a long time since we've had a balanced budget goes back to the late eighties early nineties, And that was a very, very brief window in time. So you're absolutely correct. And as you look in your personal life and banking in the corporate world in business world, how you manage resource is if you're gonna take a little dump a little bit more into something. You've got to cut something else back. In addition to that, every now and then somebody who is responsible for fiscal management has to undertake the steps necessary to look at things that you're actually spending money for and make a determination because their cases and I can see it in this plan, frankly, were not only does it not create any net positive for the taxpayer? I think there's a detriment associated with some of these things. The idea of sending Russian students to community colleges at the at the burden of the cost of the taxpayers for a gap year. How in the world is that benefit the US looking at the tens of billions of dollars spent on Filipino truancy? When the world is that helped the students in the U. S. When you look at the some major cities in this country have just a shameful, abysmal success rate in terms of high school graduation, so yeah, that needs to be turned inward. It we're going to spend those resource is at all. In fact, in this particular timeframe, I say, give the business the shot in the arm it needs. To put this behind us and make the problem less significant next year that it is this year. That's the end goal, right if you if you engage in temporary fix that doesn't improve the baseline. You've accomplished absolutely nothing. Nick. Merry Christmas to appreciate the call very much. Let's check in with Jim down in Ripon, Calif. Jim Good afternoon. Welcome to the conversation. Thanks for holding on. Thank you, Sheriff. And thank you for your years of service and Merry Christmas and 90 user. Thank you very much in relationship. I think that, uh, to your very point we need to be more prudent with the Not only expenditure or money, but I would like to see a line item veto a authority. Where the president of Vito Ah lot of these items and then for those items that are vetoed, go back to Congress, and if then, the two thirds of Congress approves. That particular item, then that veto for that specific item is overruled. Otherwise, it's vetoed the pork get six expense expunged from the best. Yeah, I know That's not a bad idea at all. And of course, I've been a supporter of lining Light of Vito. I'll tell you something else. I think the average American needs to know who represents them in Congress. And what their vote is, What course of action they take when these matters come up and the be mindful of that, when election time comes around next year, perhaps communicate with your member of Congress, especially the House representative, Because they're not. They don't have enormous district's S o the ability to actually communicate with them a lot. When you let them know what your thoughts are. I can't imagine any legitimate person being in support of some of these lavish expenditures that air so holy wasteful,.
Dow Jones Futures Surge As Pfizer/BioNTech Coronavirus Vaccine Effective
"Stocks are hitting record highs this morning. This follows Pfizer's announcement that has had a big success with a Koven 19 vaccine. The Dow rose more than 1500 points right after the market opened, and the other major indexes are Oppa's. Well, We have NPR's Jim's really with us, Jim. Good morning. Good morning, did it So what do you see Ng and what's driving the market so high? Well, this is really good news for the economy. I mean, it's a potential sea change. You know, the as you know, the pandemic led to a global shutdown in the economy, with lots of businesses closing Lots of millions of people. Tens of millions people laid off really all over the world. The economy just ground to a halt, especially in a travel companies. Airlines cruise ships they were, they were just devastated. If this vaccine proves to be a successful as it appears right now, you know, maybe we will start to see a return to normal at some point, which is why we're seeing stocks just up across the board this morning. What kinds of starts in particular scenes seem to be benefiting. Well, we're seeing airline stocks really surging United was up 25% right after the market opened. Delta was up more than 20% companies like Carnival and Norwegian Cruise Lines, which you know nobody takes crew took cruises. You know, once the lockdowns took effect There they are up. Also, big banks tend to do better when the economy is in good shape. So you're seeing Goldman Sachs and Citigroup up and and also energy companies. Exxon, for instance, they benefit from an economy that's growing. There are much higher this morning. But really all almost all stocks are up across the board. Are there exceptions? Maybe there's some some stocks that might go down if it looks like a pandemic could at some point soon be coming to an end. Yeah, that And this is kind of funny. The ones that air down or not up his much our companies like Netflix and Pel Aton eBay. These are companies that have actually benefited from the locked down, so you know When there's a lock down. People watch a lot of Netflix because they can't go out. So you know they can't go to the gym, so they used Saletan. So if this vaccine is his promising as it looks, people are going to do that as much and so you're seeing. Netflix stock down pellet on eBay is down to I mean, the other thing. Obviously, we saw over the weekend, which was pretty significant news is the election called and Joe Biden gives a victory speech and we're now calling him president elect. It has that had a factor in what we're saying this morning as well. Yeah, I think so. The market really soared last week, and it was up later in the week when it became pretty clear that Biden was going to be the winner the Democrats didn't do as well as they hoped, and and and it looks like the Senate is going to remain in Republican control, depending on the outcome of those to run off elections in Georgia. Unless the den's Democrats convene those races, we're going to be headed for a period of divided government. You know, a Democratic White house in a Republican controlled Senate, and it's kind of conventional wisdom on Wall Street, the market has has usually done pretty well under divided government. And I guess the other big question. I mean, when we've talked about stocks and the markets we've we've talked about a stimulus bill and whether we might see one coming from Congress is do you feel like there's any clarity and we've seen the market's respond? Yeah, there's I think there's a broad consensus among economists that we need another stimulus bill. The economy was really weakened by the by the pandemic. As we said, You know, this vaccine news today is still preliminary, and it could be months before we know what the impact is going to be. So you know, way need. We need a stimulus bill and the hope is President Biden and Congress will be able to get one NPR's Jim's early, Jim. Thanks as always, you're welcome.
Joe Biden defeats Donald Trump to become the 46th president of the United States
"Winner in Pennsylvania, the state where he was born, delivering the presidency with its 20 electoral votes. Based on results we've received from election officials in Pennsylvania ABC News can characterize Biden the apparent winner, a wind that makes him president elect based on these numbers and those in other states. Joe Biden is going to be the next president of the United States. The apparent victory is the pinnacle of Biden's long career in public life. It comes 48 years to the day after he won his first Senate race in 1972, and it makes history for who he's sharing. This moment with Kamala Harris was the first woman of color to appear on a major party ticket. And she will become the first female vice president Biden and Harris needed to wait four days since the last polls closed the late results, ironically, due to the surge in early voting States are still tallying votes. They didn't start counting the record setting early ballots until election day. Biden becomes one of only 14 previous vice presidents who have been elected to the highest office but only the second after Richard Nixon to do so after first retiring from public life. Mine's going to be 78 when he assumes the presidency. No Democrat older than 56 has been elected president in more than a half century. We're going to begin in Wilmington Gather. Where Homer, the Biden campaign. ABC is Jim Ryan. Jim. Good morning.
"jim good" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"You so much. Well, we've reached out to him several times throughout the pandemic, most recently back in August to talk about the challenges of the gym and fitness industry caused by Cove in 19 and the shutdown. Joining us once again. Crunch CEO Jin Roly. He's on the phone from Nevada. Jim. Good to have you here with Paul and myself. How's it going? Thanks, Carol. I appreciate you having my back and well, I think it's going well, much better than August 90% of our franchise gyms and about 95% of our own gyms are currently up and operating. Unfortunately, many of them are still restrained with capacity anywhere from 10% of 33% of the highest Jim, What are you finding from your members? Are they willing and able and really psyched to come back in and get back in the gym or they No apprehensive because of the virus. That's a good question. I think that it's really based on your age. You're under 65. I think there's there's almost this great expectation to get back in the gym and get back to your routine and so forth that your 65 or older we're seeing a little bit more caution from anxiety associate with that entire cancellations in that age group. Well, that's interesting. And I do wonder you said 10 to 33% capacity constraints. How do you run a front? You know, financially successful business that way or you can't Well, financially successful, I think is the key word and then we're doing the best we can with. Those were strange in some states, Florida, Texas and so forth. We're not limited in the same capacity, but it can't 20 of the example. We're only a 10%. So it's been difficult without to cut labor, which again it affects everybody. Now we've got less employees working for employees on unemployment or still furloughed. Jim, What are you finding for the gyms that have been open. Have you found any meaningful trend of cases tight toward not just your Jim's but just gyms in general. Yes, we've done since kind of a major reopening, So call it September. We've done about 2.3 million workouts, and we've only had less than 20 reported cases members came in and said Tested positive, so 20 out of 2.3 million. So again, it just proves that if you're acting, you're healthy, but it's a great way to stave off. You know, covert 19 and a lot of people are working on their mental physical. And their social aspects of health. And so we've seen great activity again. With the lower age groups and I were clean. We're safe and people are responding. Yeah. Listen, I remember last time you were on If I recall correctly, I think you guys you shared a document with us about kind of everything that you guys are doing. In terms of safety and health concerns and health standards, you know, to really protect anybody who comes into your gems. That's right. We've got a 40 page readiness plan would actually shared this with a lot of the local government, governments and governors and even the city of San Francisco Mayor London Breed. Her offices reviewed it, and they actually used it as a template for other gym gyms in San Francisco County. Open was so weird hearing very strict Clement of guidelines and safety guidelines and following the CDC recommendations as well, So members and majority of our clubs are working out wearing a mask. And you've also thought you're working with, you know representatives right to actually put through a proposal a bill exactly right to maybe open up more. Yes, Representative Michael quickly, and Ryan Fitzpatrick both on you. No. One Democrat. One Republican working on the health of this recovery up 2020 h r. 84 85. Which is a $30 billion fund to help provide grants to effective health and fitness business is unfortunately, more than 25% of our clubs in this country are projected to close by the end of 2020, and I'm sure you're aware of the multiple Bankruptcies associated some of the biggest names are industry or suffering. So it's a well Come back, Karen, We're gonna come back. We'll have s'more conversation. Jim, we're gonna do a little bit of news here. But then we'll come back. We want to dig into can kind of the state of industry and it kind of what you're looking for. Maybe from government to help out this industry is Carol and I were just saying it's kind of goes to the local health of the local communities that you want to do it in a safe way. But you just kind of hoped all sides continue to work together, Carol because this is so important for so many people, yeah, and especially an environment. Where were you know talking about more stimulus, potentially coming from the government. So how do we get some help? For this industry in particular, alright, were to come back to a gym Roly crunch CEO in just a moment in the meantime, back to world the national News back on overto Ed Baxter in San Francisco. Hey,.
"jim good" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Washington comes to talk Saturday morning update on male I'm Rick. Father, Jim Trusty joins US partner it if we're a law here in Washington is the former chief of the organized crime and gang section of the U. S. Department of Justice. Jim. Good to have you with us. Thanks, Rick. Thanks for having me again. Controversial Decision. Louisville, Kentucky, three officers involved in the shooting that resulted in the death of Briana Taylor. One officer charged with endangerment, but no officers charged in the death of Briana wanted to get your take on that decision on the reaction to that decision, And one thing I think that has been left out is that there was a $13 million settlement between the city of Louisville. And the family of Briana Taylor. So the city has taken some responsibility on this. That's exactly right. And that may well be appropriate to kind of dispose of the civil part of it long before the criminal part is decided. But I have to say I was really impressed with the attorney general's press conference. Attorney General Cameron misses the first black attorney general in Kentucky history, the first Republican since I think the 19 forties and what I liked about him wasn't just the iconic nature of him being the right place and the right time but that he really talked. I think very intelligently about things to do with justice, and he said. When you have a case, any case that you have to affect each person individually and dispassionately that it's evidence, not emotion and again for justice to serve anybody. It has to be individualized. You can't just assume every cop is a criminal or person on the street is Subject to lethal force just because they're having an altercation with the police. So I really like what he had to say. I think he said it very authoritatively. He owns the process in terms of talking about the grand jury. They talk about sifting through evidence, and you know that's the difference between in my book, a politicized prosecutor like some of the things we've seen around the country in the last couple of years, and someone who's doing the job, right. So in your tenure at the Department of Justice as the chief of the organized crime and gang section, I'm sure you were involved in various situations where you had a warrant, whether it was a no knock warrant or another warrant to be served. Give us Of the situation, the chaos that can ensue when officers are serving a warrant well, executing a search warrant on arrest warrant in someone's house. Is probably one of the most dangerous and chaotic aspects of police work. I mean, it literally is the fog of war almost every time now it's nice when a search warrant comes off very peacefully. And nobody tries to destroy evidence in the police. They're polite and everything works out perfectly, and that happens a lot. But there's a lot of a journal and a lot of stress and a lot of chaos. And I remember a specific case when I was at organized crime where we had a biker gang. Where we were taking down this whole biker gang in anticipation of them having what they called murder day They were going to go around the country, killing rival gang members, so we knew they were armed. We knew there were dangerous. We had a series of search warrants with a T F F B, I agents and Detroit police. And one of the search warrants well being executed. One of the high level guys in the biker gang fired four times at the entry team, and thankfully nobody was killed. But there are stories like that around the country all the time. I mean, it's incredibly dangerous. And that's when they're doing everything right, And we're there at the right place with the right team of entry and good legal justification, So it's a tough job, and that's probably the particular crucible that a lot of police have to go through. Benjamin Crump is theater knee for Briana Taylor's family. He made strong comments on Friday about the grand jury the process about the attorney general, and he is demanding the transcripts of the grand jury. Be released to the public. For quote, transparency tell us a little bit about how a grand jury operates. And would that type of a transcript released. Well, it won't be, and he knows that And so that's really my starting point. The problem with all of this is this attorney knows that these are protected matters that the grand jury has a Lengthy history of being a secret proceeding where what happens in the grand jury doesn't become public. He's not serving anybody in any great way to just yell and scream about something that he literally nose is against The law, which is the disclosure of the grand jury of the grand jury is designed to treat potential defendants fairly as a starting point, not air. Dirty laundry ofwhat was presented to a grand jury that could make people think that someone's committed a crime when they haven't it's also the lead witness testify freely and comfortably without safety or embarrassment concerns. And it's to protect the grand jurors themselves. So if they were ever to release this publicity's just dumped the transcripts out there for the media. It would be a terrible president. I mean, will be against the law. It's not gonna happen. But it would really create a ripple effect across the country. That's very negative in terms of a long running institution that works reasonably well. So this attorney who knows better is grandstanding and setting up false expectations and catering to the emotion of the moment instead of doing his job well, he was highly critical of the attorney general, and I think questioning what type of evidence was presented. Tell us a little bit about how that works. Sure So the prosecutor has a responsibility in any case to go into the grand jury to present testimony of usually like a case agent or detective, in an honest way, and to answer any questions that the grand jury has about the nature of that case. In the more intricate case is like a police shooting. They tend to put on more live testimony. In other words, not just summary testimony. Well, in this case, it sounds like they put on everything but the kitchen sink. Let the grand jury hear an awful lot about, you know from witnesses, rather than just from police officers. So they had a really deep dive to evaluate all that information and the attorney general in this case of the prosecutor, In any case, we'll give some guys they'll talk about what the law says. You know, what does it mean to intentionally commit homicide? What is wanton endangerment in Kentucky? They'll give legal instruction. They may well give a recommendation. But the grand jury is in a position where they can make their own decisions. They don't always have to go along with the prosecutor, although I think in this case it sounds like they probably agreed with the prosecutor's assessment. What turn to the announcement that President Trump is scheduled to make it five o'clock this afternoon, his nominee to replace Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And we've We've talked a lot about it this morning from different angles. One of the things I wanted to talk specifically with you about Jim is Roe v. Wade because there is a lot of concern among pro choice people in the country that Roe v. Wade would be repealed if the court tilts in a certain direction. And what would it mean? Exactly? From a legal standpoint, if there was a reversal of Roe v. Wade Sure..
"jim good" Discussed on KOMO
"Demonstrators gathered in front of police headquarters in Baltimore to stand in solidarity with nationwide protests in the Briana Taylor case. The demonstration and marched to City Hall came the day after a Kentucky grand jury decided not to charge the Louisville police officers. With killing the 26 year old during a raid on her apartment. There were more demonstrations in Louisville last night. That's where we find ABC. Jim Ryan this morning, Jim Good morning. Good morning. A much more peaceful night last night. Yes, they're worse approach has happened Even after the curve you had begun at nine o'clock. But not the kind of violence that we saw the night before. On Wednesday night, As you know, man, two police officers were shot. They both are going to be okay. And that one was actually back on the job yesterday. The other one is still being treated. And a 26 year old is in custody in connection with that, but they're the curfew was imposed. It took effect last night. There were 24 arrests compared to 127 arrests the night before, so Things seem to be a quieting down just a bit. There are still a lot of anger, though about the grand jury decision not to charge those officers directly with the death of Rianna Taylor matter, understand, the governor of Kentucky is urging the Republican attorney general to release evidence that was shown to that grand jury. Is that expected to happen well, he could. There's there's no real prohibition of there's no law against it. The grand jury evidence could be released to the public. It seems to be up to Daniel Cameron used the attorney general here in in the Kentucky he may decide to make that call. He's hearing from all sectors that it would be a good idea just to give people an idea about what went into that decision from the from the grand jury. Are there any specific security measures in place? They're in Louisville like a curfew or anything. The curfew? Yes, it's going to be extended through Monday. At least his last night was the first formal knight of the curfew at nine o'clock, And in fact, most people were off the street by then went until 6 30 this morning. There's that measure. You know, you've got some 500 National Guard troops in town, backing up the police along with state troopers who are here as well. So yeah, there is. There is. There are plenty of measures in place to try to ensure that things are safer. Not just in the downtown area, but across the city. All right, Jim, Thanks for the update this morning, maybe sees Jim Ryan with us from Louisville, Kentucky. Come on news time. 7 50. Time to get to our propel insurance Money. Update. Amazon Logistics plan. 2020 growth has already exceeded the previous three years combined Amazons delivery stations, the facility's closest to the consumer are throwing the most As the e tailer expands its logistics footprint. Last year, Amazon partnered with 800 companies with 75,000 drivers who picked up items across Amazons, then 150 delivery stations. Now it partners with 1300 companies that employ 85,000 workers across 400 delivery stations. Costco brought in $4 billion in profit for the first time in a fiscal year thanks to a big boost from shoppers stocking up during the pandemic. Moscow says net revenue rose 12.5% in its latest quarter, the best gain in nearly three years. That's your money now..
"jim good" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Parts west of Houston fall within that area of the danger zone of what will be very high winds, including high winds. Very far inland. Texas governor Greg Abbott, reminding folks in his state that a hurricane is coming now and it could be a cat three things to talk about this and discuss what he's seeing right now. Jim Ryan ABC News, Jim Good morning. The win is all this expected to arrive to the coast. Well, some of the outer bands already have arrived. It's been raining here for a little while. And like Charles, Louisiana, and the expectation the possibility at least, is that the storm could come ashore as a category four storm. It takes 55 MPH in just 24 hours going from About 55 MPH top 16 wins to 110 in the last 12 hours that thanks for the category two verging on a category three storm, So, Yeah, it's something that people are very concerned about. Local officials have ordered evacuation for areas from Galveston Island, Texas, all the way over here to the central Louisiana coast. So, Jim with that, I mean, 110 mile per hour. Winds are one thing, but if it goes to cap for category what happens then? How? What kind of words are we talking about? Well, anything above 110 would be a Category three and you know you get up around to the 21, 24 1 25 Ranger category for and you're talking about really heavy wind damage to buildings even fairly strong building's roof damage Ruth pulled off of houses, trees toppled over. We're going to see power outages across this region for some time to come because Of the expectation that the trees will be.
"jim good" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"China is the same sort of country. That's a heck of a thing. So why all the talk about this? In the last couple of weeks? You know, we heard from the FBI director We heard from the Secretary of State were here in this. We closed the consulate I want if there's some big thing that's going on behind the scenes. That we're not aware about. Yeah, that's possibly sent those two aircraft carriers. We flew that big plane over there. Unlike the professional liars in the vast majority of the media, I'll go ahead and say what the other side is saying that Trump's trying to distract from the Corona virus failures. Bye bye, ratcheting up tensions with China. I think that's ridiculous. I think we're we're very late to to the waking up and realizing what we're facing with facing, you know, with China. I think it's possible. You know, the whole trade talks thing is just obviously off the rails. And the desperate attempt to woo China attacked like a modern nation is just they've given up. And the FBI is known a lot of these things, but they're soft pedaling it for a while or lace. Not we'll stop peddling, not talking about it as much publicly to continue to try to improve the relationship. But I think now a lot of our diplomats have realized. No, they're not coming around China's pursuing China self interest. Not only do they not give a damn about us, they would like to to squash us. So among things I got coming up, was looking at this 10 ways to make your coffee habit healthier. And one of them is Don't use a cure IG. You have to realize that you know why Look into that'll Bring that to you? Because you're probably wondering yourself. I use one every day. Every ding dang day I used to, and then they took it away here at the radio station and replaced it with something that Never worked. Um, but you can get Betsy coffee drinks, but I could get a milkshake if I'm a child. This disease. Cering headline ring true to you. People who like embarrassing or angering others find social media more addictive, according to in this study. Well, yeah, of course. Yeah, people who like it? Is there a trick question yet? People who like embarrassing or angering others, yes, automatically are more addicted to social media because they have more enthusiasm for us, because that's what it is down on that to everyone you are. It's a It's a cesspool of hate. It's as if scientists invented What would be a blade a harness? The worst people among us harness all their energy and give them a bigger platform. It's almost like it was designed for that purpose. It would probably involve computers. That's good, Jim Good. That's a good start. Would we take losers who only want to tear things down and make things worse? The sort of person is going to key. Your car just makes you feed them feel better or or litter because they think it gets back at their parents or something. How would we? How we elevate their weirdo anger to a place where it could actually have an effect? I know I've invented something. What's most important is that they can reinforce each other, right? Yeah, so they conform Communities of bitter hatred. So, yes, moron that on the way to our text line for 15295 k FTC. Strong and getting 5 60 There. Armstrong and getting I don't know if you've looked in the home security companies before, but there's some scary ones out there. You get trapped into a high price and a long contract. And you don't really like it. That's not going to happen with simply safe..
"jim good" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Hi Jim good morning and this morning let's talk numbers we now have some stats we know where hot spots are we know what's happening with or have an idea of what's happening with the opening up of some businesses let's take your take on what's all going on all right well I mean it this is tough because even from my perspective sitting on what this point I mean we do you know where we just don't see that many you know Kobe cases like we were initially so you know we got a handful hospitalized maybe a little bit more than that our hospital we see a few cases a day you know we're in our testing we may be past one person positive a date we have pretty limited testing we can only we only get about thirty or forty taps the day where you know some of the other like urgent care is a place like that are getting a lot more I think that the government tried to direct people away from hospitals for testing and then we ended up short so you know so on one hand you know it does seem to be pretty mellow right now but and I think that's what everybody's feeling everybody being in a stable then why are we open you know the problem is still there you know what we're up against that epidemiologic curve that that will exponential growth where once you let if you escape you know if you become you know dozens which become hundreds which become thousands you know and so unfortunately we still are in the danger zone we don't have a way to slow it down once it gets once the genie is out of the bottle you know so I think a lot of people are ours want to open up I I want to open up but on the other hand we got to do it right otherwise you know there's going to be we're gonna have problems all over again and I think if we rattle everybody's confidence a second time with a huge surge I I think people are really going to be shock I would think so so I'm hearing we have to do it right we have to do it right what does that mean I'm assuming it means separate things to separate people as separate governmental organizations well I mean doing it right does mean you know that okay so for the general population you know yeah I think that there should be different levels of of restrictions based on like how hello complete denture population as you know compete you know when you compare North Dakota to Los Angeles it's going to be different but you know in populated areas you still need to maintain some level of social distancing you know maybe not a stay at home order but a you know a way to be able to conduct business in a new and a new way you know some of those businesses unfortunately it's it's just not possible a how do you reinstate you know up to a packed box or a you know attacked plane with world restaurant back if they don't have on a Friday night and Saturday night if they don't go bumper to bumper with people inside they're out of business yeah I mean if they have a way to do it outside I feel like in or outside the big advantage being outdoors you know I don't understand that's really why things like the beach are still closed when you know I don't know of any outdoor transmission cases that they've really been able to pin down in less it's you know some massive crowd and it and so I think that we know what we need to do is you know it maybe maybe restaurants what do what hospitals do and have negative air flow you know and have air that just has a certain turnover rate all the air stocked out of the restaurant and then suddenly people where they're sitting are a little safer you know do we have those hoods in the kitchen that suck all the the exhaust out from the cooking you must go to the same thing over every cable and then you can open a restaurant that might be cost prohibitive for some mom and pop shop Sir Hey how convinced are you that tied the second wave is going to come on and we're looking at some pretty serious numbers well I think the second we will come for sure only it's just a matter of how big is that going to be a tidal wave is going to be a tiny little ways you know because we are going to release these three are reduced these the limitations soon and when we do more people be exposed my problem is you know when you compare this to influenza and you look at how every winner most hospitals barely get through influenza season because all hospitalizations and now if we add cove it on top of that and code hospitalizations are a multiple you know much more than flu hospitalizations we're really gonna bring the health system again to a screeching halt it's just that we we don't have the backup that people think that there exists you know are you gonna go to a restaurant any time soon take your kids we go to an outdoor restaurant to begin with then once I get comfortable with that start moving inside but no I would like to home dying too but that is a good idea you know probably not I mean it's fun for me you know I'd probably still then stay away from my eighty year old mother and not want to expose her from doing things like that so I mean those are the kind of trade off you have to make but if you're going to arrest you wear a mask when you're walking around you're washing your hands before and after I mean just those things like you know good hygiene and washing your hands and wearing a mask are really going to reduce a lot of that it's not going to bring it to zero though so they'll still be vulnerable sections of the population that are just gonna go down hard you know this is still gonna hit nursing homes hard still in the future they'll be outbreaks here and there you know those workers if they're exposed to people who are moving about you know and then when they go into work they're gonna expose the people in jails and dorms and everywhere else all right Jim thanks much we'll talk again now to Morrow with another update coming up single use plastics remember they were gone finished you're done all have they come back with a vengeance KFI AM six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio app let's check in with Jennifer Yellowstone National Park sits you partially re open with limited service the parts spans three states that only the south and east entrances in Wyoming will be open this morning parts of the park located in Montana and Idaho are still under out of state travel restrictions the federal agency that handles citizenship and visa programs is asking Congress for help the US citizenship and immigration services relies on fees from visas and citizenship applications but those fees have dropped during the pandemic U. S. C. S. as it could run out of money by summer and an autographed pair of sneakers from Michael Jordan's rookie season went on the auction block this weekend designed pair of air Jordan ones sold for five hundred sixty thousand Ahlers Sunday we'll take a look at your job with VK a fight in the sky and check the two fifteen next what old water is hidden miss right now at the markets and die if and when excuse me when the pandemic returns out we may be looking at another shortage again so what we suggested simply never dealing with bottled water again which is expensive to begin with this I'm talking.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott allowing hair salons, barbershops, tanning salons to open on Friday
"The Dallas salon owner who defied an executive order to shut down her business amid the coronavirus response has been released from jail early meanwhile hair nail in tanning salons in Texas can legally re open today let's go to Texas right now ABC news correspondent Jim Ryan joins us from Dallas Jim good morning can you tell us more about what the scene is like in Texas yeah great well people can actually get their hair cut legally again today a week ago yesterday Shelley Luther as made a mention of re opened her salon against the orders of governor Greg Abbott against the mayor of Dallas and the county judge she said that she simply couldn't afford to stay closed anymore that she needed to road nineteen employees back on the job so she opened it against the law essentially did citations were written a temporary restraining order was issued she appeared in court this week to answer that you are open and was given seven days in jail she spent forty eight hours of that in jail before the Texas Texas supreme court yesterday ordered that she'd be released today she can quickly open because salons nail salons and tanning salons are all being allowed to re open today but with some pretty stringent restrictions correct the what are those restrictions Jim well the the tanning stations in these mail stations and their stations all have to be six feet apart lowers the stylus have to have the the the six speed distance between them in the next I listen the next workstation will be wearing gloves that the the customers will be wearing masks and in the waiting area they'll have to maintain a six foot separation there as well if there's not space they'll have to simply wait outside most of the stylists are doing appointments only not taking walk up
Businesses Will Have To Deal With A Different World When They Reopen
"Now Florida's just one of a number of states lifting restrictions in fact governors allowed stay at home orders to expire last night in numerous states including Alabama Main Idaho Tennessee and Texas in those states. Many businesses can reopen although also as in Florida with rules to enforce social distancing for the most part. Npr's Jim Zarroli has been talking with people who manage businesses across this country and is on the line. Jim Good Morning Good Morning. How different is the world that a business owner is going to re enter now now? Nothing like this has ever happened before. I mean this this is just A. We've seen a huge number of businesses close in people have stopped driving. They've stopped flying. Thirty million people have joined the unemployment lines just since mid March that six weeks of the economy shrank four point eight percent during the first three months of the year but it is likely to shrink a lot more over the next few months and the worst part is nobody has any real idea about when things are going to go back to normal or or even if they will. I guess because of the social distancing rules that will still be in effect. There must be a lot of business owners like the Florida restaurateur ask. Is it even worth my time to open up? Add to this risk when I'm not gonNA make any money. Yeah and that. And that's really one of the things I set out to talk to businesses about. I mean I've been talking to different companies all over the country and about what kind of planning they're doing If everyone could go back tomorrow to work with these businesses be ready. How long would take to get back on their feet and the companies that I have talked to said right now pretty much could get up and running again if they needed to but there is still so much uncertainty about the rest of the year. You really can't overstate the longer. Everything stays shut down the harder. It's going to be to recover and a lot of companies are are already struggling to survive. What are some of the companies who spoke with one of the companies? I called was Gilson. Trucking there in Stockton California and this is normally a very busy time for the company it's harvest season. It's when they their trucks send strawberries and lettuce from the Central Valley to restaurants in the northeast and Mid West but the owner Hossa Rome sing says businesses. Pretty much dead right now. The produce is available but because of these restaurant chains has been closed down there are no buyers so his fleet of one hundred and fifty trucks sits idle and he spends his mornings talking to customers trying to see what work is available. His business is open but just barely if I do not get work back to normal in like next month or so. We'll have to shut it down sing. Says he has plenty of drivers sitting home willing even eager to work but he wonders. When will the restaurants reopen and with so many people losing their jobs? Will anyone have any money to spend? It's a question that's being asked all over the country right now in Washington. Dc The offices of the technology consulting firm enlighten sit mostly empty. Almost all of the two hundred and fifty employees are working remotely. Ceo Antoine Ford holds meetings on zoom. We meet the other projects going what are we hearing from my customer? Do we see any future layoffs. What's the impact of covert on them and the news? Right now is not good. Enlightened had to furlough thirty five people though it hired them back thanks to a small business loan but the firm runs websites and call centers for agencies like the Port Authority of New York. New Jersey and government contracts often dry up when times are bad politicians. Right now may be talking about reopening the economy but many say that's not possible as long as the future so uncertain this thing hits and everyone is like well like How bad is this going to get fired? Winthrop is CEO of American giant which makes hoodies and flannel shirts at its factories in the Carolinas when the virus hit winthrop wrote to all of the company's suppliers. He's known a lot of them a long time and he told them he was putting a stop on all the purchases for the time. Being things were too scary. It almost makes me. You know get emotional about it but but to one. They were all they all said. Listen we're here and we get it and we're GONNA work with you on this and let us know what you need. What he needed was to preserve cash but some of his suppliers are having trouble to if one of them goes under. It could blow a hole in his supply chain for now. American giant is making face masks for the government. But if it's GONNA survive long term it needs to get back to the business of making clothes no later than July winter. Thinks that's possible? What worries me? Obviously is that people haven't really fully yet digested how how bad this is going to be for the economy and you know if wallets to really close up. It's just a different message to different scenario
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"I'm thinking that didn't actually have the reality. Jim was that the one who wasn't either Garland of one of them thought wasn't he'd like the mysterious holder. Yeah that's what I thought. Let's see we're not negotiates? A deal watches a the Hor- Gordon time. Maximum Time Jim Reality. Jeez whereas the reality gem reality. Tv became big a couple years after that. So maybe that's right now is powered by Kardashians a probably Vano CI L. And Guardian of the reality gem while it's this wikipedia. Thank you wick. Bedia members of Adam Warlock Spurs version of the infinity. Watch Adam warlock had sold. Jim Drugstore had the power. Jim Good Maura had time Jim. Maximum was the second guarding time. Jim Moon Dragon the mind. Gym Pip the troll. The space and Thanos was the reality gem. Now you know it also says here the only being a okay while position to the reality Jim could grant him virtually anything that he desired. A temporarily resurrected marvel. Marvel I assume Suggested that was chosen by warlock because he was the only being in the universe wise enough not to use it. He came to understand when he held the gall at that greater power would not satisfy him he also knew that the reality gem was in its own way the most dangerous of the gems and required the simultaneous use of the other gyms to keep his powers under control so what he learned with. Great power comes great responsibility. Take a drink close. Thanks knuckle ban. Apparently there's been a doctor strange. Infinity Watch version ALOKE INFINITY. Watch version and a second version of atom morlocks. So That's interesting anything else or should we believe people in what's to come. I think we should fill them in on what's to come. All right will next episode. We're going to slash back to probably our oldest. So far will what's more will super action number. Four which reprints the fifties marvel boy. Stop Fifties I still earliest. Yeah I don't think we go back further. And then what are these after that will be doing Nineteen seventy five's fantastic. Four one sixty four followed the next episode by one sixty five get ready for more. Makoni Ben Grimm and hate. It should not be. There should not be spoilers there because in Quasar number one we know exactly what happens eight whereas spoilers listen to episode one of the quantum zone her than quiz or forty one with the avengers. It's black widow the assets right. Hey Hercules and thor way to go. Let's not code. I guess then issue forty two on led we find out what happened the Quasar but why it all went right saw so just look at just looking at the goodness macos getting a brief bringing you in the next couple of weeks. Ben GRIMM ESMA Hercules. The punisher and thor and a big plate plate plate from a man. It's gotTa be longer any a full length on it's making bigger so harmful super action Doesn't Redo all there's like four or five story six stories. I don't think it's even that bad. I don't think it's even APP any We get first one's for moral boy number one and then I think there's only like one or two other ones but I don't know if it even tells you what issues they were from. Hang on a second. Let me take a here but I mean yet. Just be prepared gentlemen. 'cause distinct is like wordy. Yes yes it is a census on this issue so there were two issues from nineteen fifty and fifty one of Marlo boy yes. I'm looking at comics. Dot Org which is the grand compensated by okay Let's see There's the first story is marvel..
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"No fewer than eleven states beginning to enforce stay at home orders to combat the spread of covert nineteen new restrictions are now in place that band nonessential gatherings and permit only businesses with essential functions to operate New York City police commissioner Dermot Shea said officers would ensure social distancing in those businesses and in public spaces get your exercise and then a politely get out of here the National Guard has been activated in all fifty states but not for long Forsman here the troops distribute food in hand sanitizer and support drive through testing clinics in the suburbs
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"Started today at noon dot com N. O. O. M. dot com change your thinking change your habits change for good with new first warning meteorologist Jim got all it's been a damp and chilly night in there's been wet snow from Marysville into northwest Ohio where it covers the ground our overnight low temperatures tonight drop down to about thirty seven degrees fifty two morning showers clearing in the afternoon tomorrow partly cloudy fifty two on Tuesday I'm ABC six first warning meteorologist Jim good on your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN and to talk to George and then call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk told free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with George Knapp.
Joe Biden Celebrates South Carolina Win: Democrats Want An "Obama-Biden Democrat"
"Polls ABC news can project that Biden will win the South Carolina primary how did he do it let's turn to the ABC news decision desk at A. B. C.'s Brian Clark Brian Erin he did this by using the decades of contacts that he built up in South Carolina a plurality of voters today told preliminary exit polls they made up their decision about who they were going to vote for before January in that group overwhelmingly went towards biting those ties also showing in the black community fifty five percent of voters today were black bye took sixty percent of their vote among all the voters forty three percent said Biden is best tune to the concerns of racial and ethnic minorities might also be some nostalgia at play here is fifty two percent today said they want a president who will return to the Barack Obama policies Joe Biden represents that continuation of the Obama era he certainly tied himself to the Obama legacy A. B. C.'s Brian Clark with us from the decision desk let's get out to Columbia South Carolina where Biden will celebrate his projected win ABC's Jim Ryan is there Jim good evening good evening Aaron yeah this sure what
Stocks open slightly higher after worst drop in 2 years
"Stocks have opened lower in Europe this morning after a big route in U. S. stock markets also fell sharply in Japan the Dow Jones industrial average fell by more than a thousand points yesterday its worst performance in more than two years the markets tanked amid news that corona virus cases have been reported in Italy and Iran also in South Korea we're joined now by NPR's Jim zarroli hi Jim good morning David so this coronaviruses and spreading for weeks now I mean we we talk about it you know just about every day why are the markets suddenly reacting like this I think the reports about the cases in South Korea and Italy really scared everybody scared investors remember the the epidemic started relatively slowly in China and then it just mushroomed so there are fears that we might be seeing the same kind of progression starting in other places for instance Italy is part of a big continent where everybody moves around freely all the time so an outbreak there could really spread quickly all over Europe which is the second largest US trading partner and that that would be an economic disaster too as well as a health disaster well let's talk about the the potential economic effects here what is it specifically that that might be spooking investors when it comes to health crisis like this you know we live in a global economy and SO what happens in one place affects people in other places China of course is a huge manufacturing country it has all the supply chains that are links to other economies all over the world now we have enormous quarantines taking place there no factories are shut down people can't go to work so if you're on a manufacturing or retailer in the US or other countries you depends on China Chinese or south Korean suppliers suddenly you don't know how you're going to get the parts you need to stay in business apple for instance has already said it expects to see a shortage of of parts for the iPhone because its factories in China are shut down so this this just has the potential to sauce on the side line a lot of other come companies when you mention apple and we've been reporting on on some of the impact on on the economy so far but what what what else is standing out to you well in a week we're hearing anecdotal evidence of this company a lot of companies say they're worried about inventories getting low or act we're starting to see some actual numbers to airlines for instance are among the companies that are getting hurt really badly I yesterday United Airlines said it had seen a seventy five percent drop in demand for flights to Asia so we can we can we can expect this will get worse before it gets better over the weekend Chinese president xi jin ping said the epidemic will have he called it a quote relatively big impact on the economy and society although he added it will be short term and controllable so should you worry if you have your money like in retirement funder you know that involve stocks yeah I mean that's that's always the question it's really hard to predict where this epidemic is going how big it's going to be so a lot of it will depend on that on the other hand we see the stock market deal with a lot of very troublesome developments lately like brexit in the trade war on and it always seems to come back eventually so
Coronavirus Spreads To Wall Street; Dow Drops 1,032 Points
"Stocks have opened lower in Europe. This morning after a big route in US stock markets also fell sharply in Japan. The Dow Jones industrial average fell by more than a thousand points yesterday. Its worst performance in more than two years. The market's tanked amid news that corrine virus cases have been reported in Italy in Iran. Also in South Korea. We're joined now by. Npr's Jim Zarroli. Hi Jim Good Morning David. So this corona virus spreading for weeks. Now I mean we talk about it you know just about every day. Why are the market suddenly reacting? Like this I think. The reports about the cases in South Korea in Italy really scared everybody scared. Investors remember the the epidemic started relatively slowly in China and then it just mushroomed so there are fears that we might be seeing the same kind of progression starting in other For instance Italy is part of a continent where everybody moves around freely all the time so an outbreak there could really spread quickly all over Europe. Which is the second largest. Us trading partner in that that would be economic disaster to as well as a health disaster. Well let's talk about the the potential economic effects here. What is it specifically that? That might be spooking investors when it comes to a health crisis like this you know. We leave them a global economy. So what happens in one place affects people in other places? China of course is a huge manufacturing country. It has all these supply chains that are linked to other economies all over the world now. We have enormous quarantines taking place there Factories are shut down. People can't go to work so if you're a manufacturing or retailer in the US or other countries you depends on China Chinese or South Korean suppliers. Suddenly you don't know how you're going to get the parts. You need to stay in business. Apple for instance has already said it expects to see a shortage of parts for the IPHONE because its factories in China or shutdown. So this this just has the potential to kinda sideline a lot of other companies. Well I mean you mentioned apple and we've been reporting on some of the impact on on the economy so far but what what what else has standing to you. Well In a we were hearing anecdotal evidence. This company a lot of companies. Say they're worried about inventory getting low. We're we're starting to see some actual numbers to airlines for instance are among the companies. That are getting hurt. Really badly Yesterday United Airlines said it had seen seventy five percent drop in demand for flights to Asia. so we can. We can expect. This will get worse before it gets better Over the weekend Chinese President Xi Jinping said the epidemic will have he called it a quote relatively big impact on the economy and society. Although he added it will be Short. Term in controllable. So should you worry if you have your retirement fund or involve stocks? Yeah I mean. That's that's always the question. It's really hard to predict where. This epidemic is going. How big it's going to be so a lot of it will depend on that on the other hand we've seen the stock market deal with a lot of very troublesome developments lately like Brexit in the trade war and it always seems to come back eventually. So it's resilient so I think Jim Jim thanks so much
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"At eight AM on six ten WTVN it has been called the last twenty four hours ten degrees when you wake up in the morning thirty three for the high on Thursday wrote won't feel as bad as it has been forty coming up Friday will be in the mid forties over the weekend we're looking at about a seven day at least dry spell to I'm ABC six first warning meteorologist Jim good on your severe weather station news radio six stand W. TV yeah I networks presents coast to coast AM with George nori welcome back to coast to coast this hour.
"jim good" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Joined, again, by Jim Acosta, welcome back. Jim good daddy on the show. Anything you be congratulations on the new book, the enemy of the people, a dangerous time to tell the truth in America. Frank wants has a rule Jim the enemy the people is the title of the book you've got to say the enemy the people at least seven times in any interview, or people won't remember the enemy that people, and they won't go to Amazon. And by the enemy of the people. So if you train yourself up to use the term the enemy of the people often in every interview I probably hear me a few times, say, well, we'll see in my book, I'll probably use that expression. Make sure you put the title of lunch told me done ten focus groups on this. You got to put the enemy of the people and let me begin with the biggest credibility problem, Jim in this book. It's on page two twenty one you say that you saw Steve Holland of Reuters get angry. I don't believe it. Put it in here because what we were. We're in Singapore dealing with. It was just an amazing scene. We've gathered there this signing ceremony between the president and. And you know, if you want to call it that came in right at the last minute, and we're all set up ready to go to watch this record it. And they were stay came barging in and started pushing us around. Evan do a necessity press Taga for with not yield his ground and Steve Harland, who was just wonderful grandfatherly figure lawyers on he held his ground to was, you know, saying, no no no, I'm not moving. So it's sort of, like USA versus Korea, there in the press pool or you've been but it was it was a fun in it. I mean it just underline for me, you know, I it's good to be in the American press corps, be able to do what we do for a living. Now, I got to travel with Steve to Israel, and Turkey with ambassador Bolton got to know him. It was my first trip with him. I admire him immensely I admire his style. Do you think he or style and his pal have much in common? Well, I think we are. Were two different outlets. And you know, with what I see in an obviously, you know, we're, we're sort of different situation with this administration, this president, or, you know, people at asked me, are you staying at your lane as, as a quarter, the street reporter in you know as I talked about in the book on on several different occasions? You know, sometimes it's hard to state your lane when the president is trying to run you off the road. And so we do have to hang cost, and we do have to stand up for ourselves. And, you know, as I write throughout the book, the enemy of the people Sandra signed, to tell the truth that America, there's there you go. You know, we not only have to report the news we have to stand up for the truth. And we also have to make very clear to be Merican people in and try to make clear this administration that, you know, we can't be bullied. We can't be intimidated. We have to continue to do our jobs, Jim Acosta, I've often objected in print and on the air to the use of the term enemy of the people most recently in the Washington Post last week. I know the demolishing of it. Have you read Arthur koffler, darkness at noon? No. How about the Gulag Archipelago or one day in the life of Ivanesevic? The wife of that book. I've read that went back in high school. Matter of fact, you know, listen, obviously, there's a huge difference between the situation in the United States. And what went on under the Soviet Union, but make no mistake. The president United States should not be employing terms. Like the enemy as people we saw this during the campaign, and I laid out the president, then candidate, Donald Trump referred to as the disgusting media dishonest old that. The Oval Office escalate it does attacks calling the people, and so on. And, and my feeling at the time as, as began was that this was basically, an act, that, you know, the president was pulling this hostility towards the press has just gotten out of control. And I and I write about this book, you know, you know, at one point after a news conference in February twenty seventeen a news conference with the president was very fake news. I got a phone call fully after that press conference from ho kicks, and she said, we'll see. That's the president very professional today and chip gets it when why are they calling crazy on the phone after a press conference with the president is frustrated calls, great fake, use it in the beginning of the administration. I think this was an act or as you saw over the course of the last two years, you know, they got very frustrated with us or angry with us in that hostility has been absorbed, vice some from all the fast majoria, wonderful people. But there are some self described from supporters who have lashed out of ways that makes us feel dangerous you and this is I'm exaggeration orders anchors cover this president who had a lot of death threats threatening messages in my message of this book, one of the over arching is just has to stop. We can't cross into a situation where press doesn't feel safe doing shown up in the United States. Do think the press that would be identified as center. Right. Or conservative faces. The thing number of threats as those that are dented as center left, or left wing. I can't count late. I know that I know what happened to me, and I know coming into my social almost weekly basis, there's a death threat worth reading message. You know, when the pipeline was sent to CNN and democratic officials around this country after that person was arrested at white and covered anti-media, sinus. He discovered by going through social media. He had directed about nine different tweets at me. Some of them included death threats one included an image of a catheter goat's head with the message more next the enemy of America. Now. As that person said in court in front of a federal judge I was just trying to scare people at CNN. Well, we were worried about what was going on. But you know what you reporters should not have to have bodyguards when they go to cover Trump rallies? This is this is gotten out of control the climate control, in my concern is I think it's a concern that could be shared Democrats. Republicans matter what party you're in. We can't have a situation reporters her, God forbid killed in this country. Just trying to do his or her job. Do you blame for the softball field killer who wounded Steve Scalise would've wiped out, most of the Republican delegation of Bernie Sanders support whom do you blame for that individual? It's an excellent question, Hugh, and I blame this climate that we're in right now in this country, we're at each other's throats, and as I write the book towards the end of the book, I don't wanna give it away. But, you know, I end with the message we just gotta get back to a place where we have more faith in one another. You know, even if that means or somebody on the left having faith, and somebody read, Negga had, or somebody on the right having face, and somebody in a pink resist t shirt were all on the same team. We're all Americans I am not your enemy your not my enemy. And, you know, some folks may cues me writing this book for the resistance. I'll tell you if you read this book. I'm writing this book also for the Republicans because I really feel you know, deep down in my heart that Republicans are just as patriotic as everybody else. And they wanna country handed off to the next generation just as strong on Herod. You and I grew up in a country where our parents and grandparents used to say, I want to give to my kids and my grandkids, a better country than the one guy. And are we even trying to do that anymore? I mean, I hope so. But we can't we're not going to be giving the next generation of better actually if it's a place where folks are one second of the population is referred to the refer to as the enemy of the people, and we're at each other's throats. This is not the kind of political that we should be handing off to the next generation, Jim Acosta. I read your book with an eye towards you know how you do your job. And what you think about the president in his policies. I was particularly struck by the amount of time you spent on Kim Jong on page two one America was now a country that was not that was one comfortable with dictators but friendlier to them in some cases than we were to our closest allies. What is your assessment of President Trump and Kim Jong on? Are they simply adversaries that are meeting on Colegio, terms or are they buddies? They look like buddies to me. I have to tell you and, you know, they, they got along famously in Singapore, not so much. Vietnam, obviously, the president and his team got up the table and walked out. But, you know, when when the president of the United States is going to campaign rallies, and saying, I have this love affair with Kim Jong UN. No, I get that. That's rhetorical. And he's having some fun there. But, you know, in case after case after taste, and I, and I laid out in this book, you know, is there, you know, you see, essentially a president who is more comfortable in his cozier with dictators and autocrats than he is with US allies. And, you know, for example, you're in the same chapter that I'm looking at page, two eight jumping off of what the president said to George Stephanopoulos yesterday that he would take, you know, damaging information on Ponant from a foreign country. You know, I talked to a national security official for the Trump administration who said he couldn't rule out. The possibility that the president had been compromised by the Russians wasn't sure why the president is so cozy with Ladimir food this, this official said to me. And honestly, of course, I can't answer that question, and I was told as I was reporting out this book, that's president before, Putin's reelection in March twenty eighteen wanted to send him on news. Clipping signed by Mr. Trump wishing Ladimir Putin. Good luck. Now. Hugh, you and I both been doing this for a long time. What in the world is the president of the United States doing getting so cozy with autocratic dictator, as you don't share values? He's going for being no collusion to, you know, maybe maybe I will do some collusion here to end. You know, a lot of questions about this. How do you distinguish that with FDR meeting with stolen at Tehran, and y'all are end with our show? And Obama with Raul Castro Howard, those three instances different than the president meeting with. Kim Jong UN because in those cases FDR obviously had a very warm relationship with Winston Churchill. They were they were brothers and arms fighting against the Nazis Wilmore to..
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Trump and O'Rourke talk immigration in dueling rallies in El Paso
"And it was time for dueling immigration rallies. This evening around the El Paso, Texas, where correspondent Clayton Neville joins us this evening. Hi clayton. Jim. Good evening was quite a night quite a day. Really, man. People started showing up early. Yeah. Tell us a bit about I guess what the president spoke. I is that right had his rally. I well, actually they were scheduled to start at the same time technically, they did Donald Trump junior went on first. And then a rogue took the stage just across the street around seven o'clock. He actually started before the president did was just wrapping up as the president took the stage. So the president said just a little bit after a work in. It's stretched way beyond the aerobic rally. Beta rock, of course, the former democratic congressman who lost a Ted Cruz at cruises. Reelection bid and is now being touted as a potential presidential contender. What what was said anything new? It seems like we must have heard virtually everything that there is to say about this issue on on both sides. But for the record anybody make news. You know, I don't think. So I think that everybody knew what both of these guys were going to say, of course, they talked about the border wall and had differing opinions. In fact, most of what they said completely differed from one another as you would expect the better work talking about how the city of El Paso and other border towns at the US, Mexico border are not unsafe. You know, the president has said that there's a lot of border towns that are not secure at all saying that there's a border crisis. The president said during his state of the union address that El Paso became much safer after a border fence was put up in that city. Well, o o Rourke was angered by that. And several city leaders in El Paso were to saying that the city of El Paso had decreased crime rates will before that border fencing went up. So both of them touched on that issue. That was really the hot topic coming into tonight Aurora told Oprah Winfrey that he would decide. On a presidential run. By the end of the month. I gather that everything that he had to say had the trappings tonight of a campaign rally minus the official formal declaration of candidacy. Would that be correct? Have we lost our guest? Okay. I'm sorry. Yes. So just breaking up here. But yeah. He for the most part Aurore didn't touch on that specifically, but he certainly hinted at things to the crowd. I mean there were so many people holding up Beddoe twenty twenty signs all over the place t shirts were made and things like that. The congressman said keep the fight up eight on. We'll see you soon that kind of thing. But didn't hint at when he might make any official
Milder temperatures help firefighters gain on massive California wildfire
"F. a little good news in the effort in. California to contain the state's largest ever wildfire currently some milder temperatures allowed firefighters to make some progress Jim Roope is following, the story joins us now live morning Jim good morning the good news is really one of the two fires. That makes up the Mendocino complex fire which is being called the largest wildfire in California history is seventy percent seventy eight percent. Contained nearly eighty percent contained the other fire, still about only twenty percent contained so that battle rages on but what is probably the worst thing to think about here is that there are seventeen other fires, burning in the state and it's really an incredible inferno poised really to be the worst fire season ever, in, the state of California fourteen thousand firefighters from as far away as New Zealand are in State trying to get some sort of. Upper upperhand on all of these fires burning from northern California actually the Oregon border all the way into. San Diego accepted most. Of it is in the north and that's that's, unusual I think especially at this time of year northern California doesn't usually get as many as many terrible fires as as they are. This, year at this point and southern California usually doesn't. See the big fire threat until the Santa Ana wings kick, in, in the. Fall so this could be a long haul oh man you just really he just yeah absolutely that the Santa Ana winds this isn't even a. Santa Ana event and we're having these kinds of of fires and this kind of fire behavior activity where it just it explodes through all this. Tinder dry brush in spite of the president's thinking that there were things that could have been done to mitigate these wildfires, many of the experts are experts are saying that it's all about climate change in how dry everything is we. Haven't had rain we're still not recovered from five years of drought Here even though we had some rain in two thousand sixteen not enough of it got into increase the moisture levels of all this brush that's out there and some of these areas that are burning heaven burned in. Decades especially up in the Mendocino complex. Fire, where, these two fires, are converging, into, one. So it's gonna be a, rough fire season you're right most likely, when those Santa Anna winds coming October it's going to get exponentially worse so firefighters really residents all over California are buckling down especially in the southern part of state waiting for October to arrive along with
A Jimmy John's Delivery Man Just Did Something Incredible For a Customer. But Should He Have?
"Point out too that what was it at least two or three of the individuals that were arrested this was a second offense for them they had previous records that so we we tried it that way once where we let them go and here we are getting them again catch and release does not work no it doesn't reform them at all they don't know who that was a close call and then i'm gonna straighten up jim is in bastrop it's ten twenty hey jim good morning how are you good morning i live out we're being inundated by illegal down the road from me i've got people that are involved with the mexican cartel that the sheriff's department or trying to find evidence on we have people that are illegal that having porta potty in their front yard back in ninety nine when my house burned down backdrop county refused to let me have a potty while i v they had to be a licensed contractor backed off county have a now i hear your frustration jim but remember the sheriff told us yesterday this was not an immigration enforcement effort this was a public safety enforcement effort traffic i don't care if it with the immigration immigration enforcement the thing is is he done what should have done when he found people here breaking the law illegally and deport them i love immigrants my grandfather was an immigrant from italy he came here legally he was a tall harbor during world war blown off the deck of his ship at pearl harbor i love immigration immigrants but i don't like the illegal immigrants because they come here and they totally disrespect everything we're about right i got you jim thank you that seems to be the slant for everything i think all of us would agree if you come here legally we welcome you it's when you come here illegally and expect us to turn and just turn a blind eye to what you're doing when you're still you're here one illegally and then you continue to commit other illegal acts and we're supposed to look the other way i think a lot of us take offense to that because that's not how it works for us we don't get to commit illegal lacks and just be able to go on our way here were the numbers five one two eight three six zero five ninety we also have the story of a woman who was very grateful to jimmy johns she wanted to have them deliver a sandwich to her boyfriend who lives hundreds of miles away she was shocked when the delivery guy called her and said i just looked inside and saw a naked woman on top of your boyfriend and he was only wearing his underwear i thought you'd like to know what he was doing this makes me laugh it is sad that this is how she has to find out but i have to put myself in the delivery guy's shoes and try to figure out where i have made the attempt to get back in touch with this woman to let her know that her boyfriend was cheating on her i'm not sure i mean 'cause you're to a lot i would hope you would not make that call that i would not make that call ride why these shouldn't have made the call deliver the sandwich that's your job that's all you deliver the senate looking out for his fellow human saying i just just a heads up i know you said this was your boyfriend but i'll let you know he may not be your boyfriend just yours i get it i was tweeting her and following up just deliver the sandwich none of your business to look through the window and try to figure out what this person is up to you may have the wrong person the wrong people you may get the totally wrong idea that's true but it's up to hurt said call the boyfriend and then say okay look jimmy johns busted you is this what's happening in the boyfriend did deny it but she said neal is to say we're not together and the good jimmy johns has decided to cater her breakup party oh yeah they're they're taking full advantage of this they're getting lots of media coverage they're milking it for all it's worth it is.