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SEO Strategy for LinkedIn with Anatolii Ulitovskyi
"You are a very popular lincoln. Follow follow of yours. I love your content. Find it very engaging in very useful when we talk about your strategy. What's interesting to me as you are an seo practitioner but most of your audience is not finding you through google in russia. Gandak the finding you through a social media platform so talk to me about why you decided that focusing on linked in was a good strategy to promote seo services instead of relying on seo. Oh by the way. It's a good question. You know eddie member How might need is slow. Says a splint. Promoted my russian content and the catholic will build a blog the oath of the resources to promote or rationally geno and we decided to do jumpy english direction. And it's a little bit sources and many if you promote on google eat. It takes a lot of diamond resources. And i decided to suicide or other directions. Only june one ear them because today on link with combat medium people use your and only if you meet all of them concern and they formed the app grief. Come down the this award and failed and you say decided to throw him many guys forcible. You know it's to offer. Just go to google search on linked june guides ira hundred. It goals bolton. Jim anna. Don't don't for me because it's better to test a lot. Different approaches to in sometime got some bullying and i use the strategy today and welsh to continue dissuade. The thing that sticks out to me about what you're saying is that when you were expanding to a new market you the realization that it was gonna take a lot of resources and a lot of time to not only publish content but to get it to rank and i think that's one of the important things that great. Seo's realized that seo is not necessarily a strategy that you can build overnight. There is value to other marketing channels social media. Marketing performance marketing. That has a quicker return and you in a hurry to start building your audience so you focused on linked in. Let's talk a little bit about what you've learned on the linked in platform most of the time when we talk about seo we are talking about optimizing our content so google ranks it but in reality great seo actually happens across multiple channels. You've optimized your content for resonance on the linked in algorithm. What have you published. What did you learn. What helps you grow. Your linked in following so quickly i think consistency and this article. That sad formation did you need to post bond die. Maybe it doesn't regularly deal. You need to boost maximum opposable and for example east lifetime. a composer. Don't times a day. If i give them all. This time i suppose three five dimes out. Yup i don't know what works. Because when i just the different approaches i saw that if something does for others it doesn't look for me and i decided stool meeks formats do lately for the length of my content record digital content. You'll slim jim groups and many other places heading can sound michael down and i formed debt. It's wet to look because you don't some genetic map votes yukon. Give dhec some of these. You just awoke. You can find sunken that those you and independence on your concerts uncle. When they started from scratch. I have more followers after diaz. I used all the data information and techniques and if i go this way i never get full win but when i decided to use different approaches and engaged other example if i owned some influence of sports like guy were deniro been son i can get conduct legs and a little almond send. People come to my account and full me yuppie just this a lot now if you will not be revealed today. It's bet that a dual on the license but if you have more volume it's better to engage content and my tip. Number one is tacoma. To vote is but will follow a look influences in your nearest and submit almost individuals our after bush content. And don't write like thank you. It's a great and they said it doesn't work is but the to find assumption share. Bail your aunt extent some information and insights discontent and it helps.
Former Los Angeles Dodgers HOF manager Lasorda dies at 93
"Angeles legend has died. Tommy Lasorda died last night, according to the team. Lasorda suffered a sudden cardiopulmonary arrest at his home late former Dodger skipper was just released Tuesday from an Orange County hospital, where he spent about six weeks. Hall of Famer since 1997. Lasorda lead the Dodgers and two world serious championships two World Series losses during his 20 year managerial career. He was colorful. Not afraid to tell you what he thought my opinion of his performance. Do you think of my opinion of it? I think it was before it was a motivator. By all accounts, a great manager at the helm of the Dodgers for 1976 to 1996, but with the organization for more than 70 years, also was a player and executive Lasorda was 93 Jim Group K ABC
Cause of California's Apple Fire determined
"Continue to to battle battle a a massive massive wildfire wildfire that's that's burning burning out out of of control control in in southern southern California. California. From From Jim Jim Room, Room, High High heat, heat, low low humidity, humidity, difficult difficult terrain terrain in in the the San San Bernardino Bernardino Mountains, Mountains, all all giving giving fire fire crews crews a a real real problem problem in in trying trying to to wrap wrap their their arms arms around around this this place. place. That That authorities authorities are are investigating investigating as as a a possible possible arson arson fire. fire. Police Police reportedly reportedly received received calls calls Friday Friday about about a man setting fires near Apple Tree Lane, which is why this incident is being called the apple fire. They were attacking out with both of our ground crews and our lives have been light but still a problem for 27 miles per hour sustained with 12 mile per hour gusts. Firefighters have also been dealing with triple digit temperatures all weekend, but we're told Mother Nature is starting to cool things off a bit. Jim Group lost
"jim group" Discussed on KGO 810
"The country should delay the election have been the pandemic, So we're asking for a lot of trouble and no do I want to see a day change now, But I don't want to see a crooked election. This suggestion flaring up opposition from both sides of the political aisle, he says. Oh, well, maybe we won't have an election That's up to the Senate in the house, but we'll cope whatever the situation is out of the election on November 3rd as 40 schedule At the White House and Whitney Wild Reporting, with a getting set to expire, The White House offered a short term extension of a 600 weekly and clicks under dollar rather weekly unemployment benefit late Thursday. Democrats rejected a topping instead to keep that pressure on, they said they're pushing for more sweeping bill that would deliberate to state and local governments help for the poor funding for schools and colleges to address the pandemic. Talks are expected to resume Friday. Southern California was rudely awakened Thursday morning with a joke from Mother Nature Group was there shortly after it occurred. It was around 4 30 this morning when the big jolt happened. The best way to describe it is when you're in a plane cruising along suddenly a jolt of turbulence that knocks your plastic cup over and rattle your nerves. The 4.2 magnitude quake with the epicenter in the San Fernando Valley was immediately followed by a 3.3 aftershock. The LAPD is post earthquake. Systematic survey shows no reports of damage or injuries. Just a lot of people up early with a few frayed nerves. Jim Group Lessons 1/3 of the U. S economy disappeared in the second quarter. It's the worst ever quarterly decline in the nation's gross domestic product. Pandemic has swallowed up jobs, too. For 19th straight week, more than a 1,000,000.
"jim group" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Five oh five four six two six as Jim group reports that authorities in southern California promised a thorough investigation into the deaths of two African American men found hanging from trees one man was found on may thirty first the other on June tenth one in San Benito county the other in LA county some fifty miles apart often in in any investigation there is an initial impression of the skaters in both it said no evidence of foul play and the deaths appear to be suicide but push back from the families and the community have resulted in what LA county coroner Dr Jonathan Lucas says is a deeper look and that's where we are right now investigations are being monitored by the FBI the U. S. attorney's office the department of justice's civil rights division and the state Attorney General Jim group Los Angeles and we are talking now with the guild tore as he is the owner of a Taurus investigations a professional private investigations company based in the Dallas fort worth area and if I'm not mistaken Mr tore as you were formally and F. B. I. agent is that correct yes Sir hi what's that is what I have in me that's what yesterday that's that's that that's what I thought and so the local authorities in these communities Palmdale and Victorville California say no foul play is suspected in the deaths of Robert fuller and Malcolm harsh our given the the history of the country I must say that at the very least this report indicating more scrutiny specially from the feds would seem to be justified if not the outright required a list we have had a a sudden outbreak of suicides by hanging among African American males I and then I haven't heard of that your thoughts I have thoroughly agree I think that the the the the justice department the FBI and many of you mentioned probably should take a look at this I think they didn't certainly now in this current environment I think that any jurisdiction probably would Ferrell Federer shoes stepped aside let some other independent body I'm missing it about it take a look at it so that the need also that there's no issues and there's no problems with that yeah again it just restricts me is is remarkable that they can automatic I mean for example if there were suicide notes left in the individual's handwriting I suppose that that could be considered evidence but just on the face of it it seems like in the day a rush to judgment well suicide I mean I I would certainly think that it's it's mandatory is there a process that you were in the FBI is there a process in which a federal a look see kicks in automatically in cases like this or do you have to wait for the the local authorities to say we could use your help how does that work well there's there's very as vehicles for that sometimes the boss the special agent in charge will read or hear about it and he'll order investigation something will somebody will call justice and something will happen up there the last customer left the field to look into it local jurisdictions sometimes that's the way for assistance so there's there's different vehicle that that would trigger an investigation hi what I was referring to earlier is that again I think that when you have something like this and I think your point is very valid I don't think that there's a epidemic of of of black men hanging themselves so that but I I just think it's good business if you see this the nineteenth let me step aside let somebody else take a look at four analysts if nothing else yeah again I understand that there we are in a in a period of time right now when a forties are often a grasping at straws to do something and I understand that pressure but this does require any grasping at straws if you are interested simply in the pursuit of justice this pretty much crawled cries out I would think of for some kind of federal investigation now in cases in which there is at least the appearance of the possibility of civil rights violations does that then the automatically trigger the okay for the FBI to proceed what what's the the prices here because the the feds can't just go around the country saying well it was Jay walking in the Bismarck North Dakota we're gonna investigate that there are specific rules and specific jurisdictions by which federal investigators could get involved and I would assume that as a parent civil rights violation or a potential civil rights violation would be one such a gateway to a federal investigation well the the field have the authority to evaluate and take a look at things sometimes anybody any of the field investigate so does the preliminary investigation the field some something more is warranted they will communicate that to Washington and then the justice department world in order that their full investigation be done so again that there are various vehicles and again sometimes the Washington the department of justice is called a rec league by citizens by different sources of information and they will order an investigation but I think that that is there an automatic or is there well that's not necessarily I I think if if if they really hit the media or whatever it is my understanding that this was not wasn't necessarily sensational news somehow and so we're learning about it now but I don't think at that time it was looked at as like you know events being very significant and if possible and I'm not trying to take anything away from those departments I mean they may have very capable and very residents say the field investigators and forensic investigators that they that they did come to the right conclusion but it never it never hurts and then again it also it also while pricing helps their reputation and their their clarity and their their transparency if they ask another jurisdiction to help out with the investigation yeah and again the there's nothing here that means that this is automatically the act of of racism anymore than it's automatically not the these are simply circumstances that the ring an alarm bell that says indeed what is happening is what ought to happen mainly a much more thorough investigation of just what happened in the particular suppose given the the geographic and and time proximity of the two deaths if there is any relationship between the two I would it would assume that would be part of a of an FBI investigation as well right I mean it right thank you a look see they can determine when they can try or try to determine that there maybe this is the your personal situation than me late that may have a cell right the you know situations I mean we don't know again in this environment where we have gangs and cartels and criminals on Wall different varieties but we don't know if if mmhm these people were involved with something so then that's where that's why it needs to be.
"jim group" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The process make the necessary deletions of classified information Constantini Washington Pacific gas and electric has pleaded guilty to eighty four counts of involuntary manslaughter after a deadly northern California wildfire DG and he will pay a fine of ten thousand dollars per life lost fifty thousand dollars for criminal negligence and igniting the fire along with other fines and fees adding up to about three and a half million dollars the company's been feeling the heat of complaints that I put profits ahead of public safety and admits it's faulty equipment is what caused the so called campfire in November of two thousand eighteen in Butte county that nearly wiped out the entire town of paradise killing eighty four people I'm Jim group on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average climbed five hundred twenty seven points the S. and P. of fifty eight the nasdaq gained one hundred seventy I'm in case I've always wanted to learn another language but every time I try it never sticks so I decided to give babyliss try and I really like the teaching method of the app I started with the beginner lesson on Babel and it starts with simple words and phrases and soon you're putting those words into a conversation each lesson takes about ten to fifteen minutes and they're all really different which keeps things interesting the app is a really smart it actually keeps track of the words I'm struggling with so I can practice them and get better I just babble because it was created by real language teachers they built it around real life how people actually communicate and what they care about I.
"jim group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"A new day I'm Steve casting down the criminal court in Manhattan I'm Jim group in Los Angeles present a celebration of the laws of Kobe Bryant killed in a helicopter crash last month Erica saves week I'm John Lesher and I'll have what it means to you Warren Buffett one of apple's largest shareholders finally gets his first iPhone I'm John Stoltzfus for the fifty sixth day of the year it's all ahead on America in the morning seven minutes now after the hour the White House is sent lawmakers a two point five billion dollar budget plan to address the deadly corona virus outbreak market gains over the past month have been wiped out as the Dow Jones industrial average sank more than one thousand points yesterday coronavirus threatens wider damage to the global economy the price of oil has fallen sharply on expectations that demand for energy will fall with more here's John Lawrence more than fifty confirmed coronavirus cases in the US but the CDC's admiral Nancy knight says that will likely rise given the high risk environments that the diamond princess cruise ship passengers came from I would not be surprised if we have additional cases on Monday stock markets worldwide took a plunge Adam Posen is with the Peterson institute for international economics I think they're reacting to most of the fact that this means a lot of other economies are going to be under strain I'm John Lawrence president trump continues his visit to India where he's been speaking to the similarities between the USA and the country with the most populous democracy in the world as we deepen our partnership with India we remember that our two countries have always been United by shared traditions of democracy and constitutions that protect freedom individual rights and the rule of law this is America in the morning it's nine after the twenty twenty democratic presidential contest is now centered in South Carolina where candidates are getting ready for the latest debate in Charleston tonight our correspondent Bob Costantini is there ET is a close race here in South Carolina according to a couple pulls Joe Biden maintaining only that is vital for him to go on here in Charleston Democrats will debate hot on the heels of them by this forum where Michael Bloomberg was battered as the upstart now it's Bernie Sanders in the overall front runner rule factoring in super Tuesday's fourteen states CNN is hosting the candidates for town halls ahead of Saturday's actual vote if you look at just polls we came out a few days ago on Sunday that was C. B. S. I am beating trump in Michigan beating trump in Pennsylvania beating trump in Wisconsin I think with highs in Florida we're never centers gets his polling numbers real clear politics has him on average ahead of president trump by five percent in Michigan Sanders is at three percent in Pennsylvania the polls in Wisconsin have tended to have president trump meeting any of the democratic candidates in Florida it's basically a tie C. B. S. a nationwide polls with Sanders ahead of the president forty seven to forty four percent not far behind Joe Biden leading Mr trump in a hypothetical contest forty seven to forty five percent Sanders may have an affinity for CBS polls since the fall of South Carolina has him just five percent behind Joe Biden says state where Biden there's bankers campaign for you once held a twenty five point lead among Democrats Biden also trying to play up his appeal not only in the presidential contest but also for Democrats up and down the ticket it's not just can you be downtown can you bring along can you keep a democratic house of representatives in the United States Congress thank you to bring along a democratic Senate can you help people up and down the line and I think I'm better prepared to do that ascension engine seven Democrats will be on the stage here for the party's latest debate Bob Costantini Charleston it's now eleven past former Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein was convicted in his rape trial in New York yesterday and was hospitalized after being taken away in handcuffs Steve casting bound reports the jury of.
"jim group" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bloomberg news Bloomberg radio now on global news update August problems Afghan challenge I'm Martin after South Korea has reported a six fold jump in corona virus infections in four days three forty six most of them linked to a church in the hospital in around the fourth largest city where schools were closed and worshipers and others were told to avoid mass gatherings the Vatican is is today Jim group reports there are problems there are in fact eleven hundred problems eleven hundred of the roughly seventy five thousand early voter ballots are incomplete voters didn't find them or they didn't make all their choices the good news is that caucus officials were able to catch these incomplete ballots in the email the voters that their ballot is void and they now qualify to caucus on Saturday if they wish they don't call kiss with the ballot void their vote is not counted the issue is though the reason people voted early is because they can't or don't want to spend a Saturday in a discussion group gym group Las Vegas would not give an exact time state department officials say the seven day reduction of violence deal promised by the Taliban in Afghanistan begins today correspondent Barbara Starr reports the next seven days will be critical this first part is still going to be very challenging getting to a peace agreement that as well because the Taliban keep saying they want all foreign forces out of the country the U. S. determined to have that reduction in force to be able work for president trump to say it that he's bringing troops home but still planning to leave about eighty six hundred troops there for the time being to fight counterterrorism it appears the jury in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial may have reached a verdict in some but not all of the charges against the former movie mogul mogul rather their home for the weekend and we'll get back to work on Monday stocks fell on Wall Street Friday amid fresh signs the viral outbreak that originated in China is weighing on U. S. companies the Dow fell to twenty seven.
"jim group" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Twitter at your boat talks at the this coming evening we were going to be again covering a democratic presidential primary debate this one the bite such debate in this particular case it is a prelude to caucuses although we'll talk about that is sort of a hybrid caucuses and almost a primary anyway six candidates will take the stage at Jim group reports there is a new comer among them Michael Bloomberg has made the cut well thank you and good afternoon everyone it's great to be here numbers media blitz more than four hundred million dollars in this campaign says it plans to spend a lot more has him in second place in the polls heading into tonight's debate nineteen percent in first senator Bernie Sanders who by comparison sitting a thirty one percent is spent just a sliver of what Bloomberg has spent Sanders is run about ten million dollars worth of ads Sanders as Bloomberg's spending is simple bribes to buy the presidency all he did is like a small part of his sixty billion dollars put into TV commercials and I guess that get your votes other candidates vice president Joe Biden senators any clover shar and Elizabeth Warren have all the cues Bloomberg of trying to buy the oval office Bloomberg back in December told CBS this morning he's not he's just using his own money to do what everyone else is doing with the point they're making as it's okay if they ask other people for all their money and that will help their careers centers points out Bloomberg does have sixty billion dollars though it is expected that the five veteran debaters will gang up on the former New York mayor on things like stop and frisk and redlining which is the practice of denying things like mortgages insurance loans and other financial services based on geographic location rather than a person's qualifications is also history of allegations of sexual harassment and lawsuits filed against it his feet will probably also be held to the fire on those will be joined on the debate stage bystanders Joe Biden Elizabeth Warren Amicale which are in people who judge Michael Bloomberg might be feeling a bit alone and I think I could do a lot of good it will be an interesting dynamic Jim Roop Las Vegas it will be that as a matter of fact I both very much looking forward to this site is I've always felt these debates were sort of popcorn time as did back in the joy them even though of course in my case I've got to take notes but but nonetheless it the it is sort of a a fifty yard line seats for the political Superbowl ad we're starting to have actual decisions made now we've had to contest we've had some delegates selected and of course the two more to go before super Tuesday March the third the morning of March the fourth we're gonna have a much clearer picture of just where we stand but it's going to be interesting to see if in fact is Bernie Sanders says Michael Bloomberg can buy a nomination and he may say that he's only doing with his body what other people do with other people's money that may be true but does all of the fact that he is in effect trying to buy a nomination and it'll be curious to see if he's able to do so so far polling numbers have helped about about Dobbs Tyrer also a billionaire by no means as rich as Bloomberg but again a billionaire has has made the slight dead Sir but some contest South Carolina for example where he would appear to be competitive others where he's not at the it's still going to be very interesting to see just exactly how well and he in fact the stands up to his fellow billionaire in terms of of the spending of money again keeping in mind that Donald Trump is also a billionaire but trump really didn't depend on his money trump got coverage in twenty sixty that has too great instead of this cycle off of his mouth not his check book one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six so let's go to Steve in the engineer North Carolina good evening Steve welcome Hey lets the jumbo hope but they're not thank you well yes Sir you stole my block going by that was my my first line I was gonna say looks like another popcorn night I had I but only though I think it will be but the only thing we're missing Steve no laugh track somebody's gonna put on one of these debates for the laugh track badly want at my house and this I'm going to learn the fine fine make your life but up yeah absolutely okay a question for you I would be a student in your life and what's going to be interesting maybe it's fake thank god the guy who after Glenn Burke forty dollars at all yeah I don't have it everybody's gonna be piling on Bloomberg he's the the the the Darling of the ball but absolutely there some of the the shyness come off of booted judge despite strong finishes of the first two contests in national polling it has been a translated yet he he's not showing the kinds of numbers Elizabeth Warren of course severely stunted by her performance of the first to to contest the Joe Biden even more so Bernie I think I was still a lot of people are still there they have trouble believing that he could actually get the nomination and so and and global chart okay she she'd she'd had a third place finish in New Hampshire as you've done some extra money but she's hardly had time to spend that money and time to build an infrastructure that can compete in fourteen states on super Tuesday so yeah pretty much everybody has an Achilles heel and and they're gonna certainly all be going after Bloomberg because of some of the stuff you said it and we're going to be seeing it Bloomberg Steve we're gonna be seeing the real live but not the pre packaged focus group tested commercial Bloomberg but the live put my foot in my mouth Bloomberg get better I really if you could see a gaffe off between Biden and Bloomberg what strikes me my funny bone is there for they're going to have to focus their attention all all the elephant in the room which is Bloomberg even though they're a bottle full the full would like him better Nevada and Bloomberg not in on the ballot in the box no that's very true this is a debate before the Nevada caucuses Bloomberg is not on the ballot nor in the debate on the twenty fifth which is the debate in South Carolina prior to the South Carolina primary will be the other ballot there either what vehicle take all of me off their original game plan what you you know where to go after Bernie although after that that they it is just going through the whole night they include a distracted there's going to be a lot I think highly awed that there really is going to be I think a lot of piling on on Bloomberg there there needs to be from that just the standpoint of of politics I mean they they did the blood of this new comer and the yeah I I can expect a great deal of piling on I really I really can and and plus Michael Bloomberg's record has made it so easy let me take your pick what do you want to what you want to pick up the stop and frisk his comments about women his comments about young black men I mean the list goes on and all of this for the for the other Democrats Michael Bloomberg is the gift that keeps on giving Steve put his foot in his lap again and in the last day of silence he was trying to be funny and I am trying to say that everybody does that need to be in college you know but we all put it like you know good good glad farmer yeah you can tell our viewers do you put a dangling around sticking his seed covered up water it and the instant corn I have two words for Bloomberg try it and not with sixty billion dollars in back of body try it on the resources of the average American farmer triad Mikey and see how how easy it is to do that I will forward your going to South Carolina done me yeah I mean seriously seriously Steve I swear to goodness I I you know you know what the thing that I think amazes me the most is somebody has to actually win this the Democrats are going to Milwaukee in July and and for four days of lights and somebody has to walk over there with the nomination and I'm not sure anybody what's that very much so anyway thanks for your shot the for your thoughts of the have the popcorn handy let's go to John in Moberly Missouri next the good evening job yeah thanks for let me in yes Sir yeah well hopefully until near one bottle sighing and but I will I will explain it is sold in real quick the Democrats surveillance thirteen St okay let loose layers all right side to release and can kill my elderly you know at this juncture it is a it is really a hard to though certainly Bernie has showed the latest surge along with Bloomberg at at this juncture I mean you know a lot of people thought that by this time it would be a a battle between the Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden for the nomination actually at this point it's a battle between Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden for who survives and even the winner of that may not survive so you know did to tell who operators we asked me on the morning of the Wednesday March the fourth and I'll give you a much better idea because we'll have two thirds of the delegates needed for nomination chosen the bite before then we're going to know a lot but the at the moment I would have thought Bernie unlikely and I have to say at the moment Bernie possibly Bernie possibly but I again I think if the Democratic National Committee can find a way for their sake I hope it's legal this time find a way to stop Bernie about just flat out cheat then there may be one of the others but the question is which one booted judge clover jar I I don't know about my dream ticket I have to say this my dream to get I think would be the the all too short ticket John and that would be Bloomberg club which are the nobody here is over five and a half feet tall to give that would be my dream one eight six six five oh jumbo with eight six six five oh five four six two six because I can't have bye bye real dream ticket which is the former senator from Minnesota and the the former standard bearer for the Green Party that is to say al Franken and Jill Stein that's my dream take it just for the bumper sticker Franken Stein I will be back in a moment are you tired of staring at that dent it may go getting collision repaired is as easy as book quote day.
‘Parasite’ Becomes First South Korean Movie to Win Best International Film Oscar
"A big surprise at the ninety second Academy Awards our Jim group reports the south Korean film parasite has taken the top Oscar prize parasite is the winner of the Best Picture Oscar that was quite a surprise the south Korean film is the first ever foreign language film to win the academy's top honor and it upset over what many thought was the favorite nineteen seventeen and other films like once upon a time in Hollywood the Irishman marriage story joker little women Jo Jo rabbit and four verses Ferrari pericytes director bong joon ho also won the best directing Oscar Sunday night and it took the trophy for the best international phone Renee Zellweger won Best Actress for Judy Joaquin Phoenix got Best Actor for joker best supporting Oscar is went to Laura Dern and
As coronavirus multiplies, there's also good news
"There may have been some progress in dealing with the corona virus outbreak even if the World Health Organization says well don't celebrate just yet Michael first the good news today's the first day on which the overall numbers confirm cases reported trying to have dropped the WHO's Dr Mike Ryan says by that he means the rate of the increase of confirmed cases is lower for the first time since the outbreak but he cautions that well Wednesday gave us the first lower overnight reported spread rate percentage ever it doesn't mean they have any kind of handle on this thing just yet director general doctor tendrils and I'm Gabriel asus says that it is true that in a very short time they've learned a lot such as the viruses DNA how to diagnose it how it's transmitted and who is most at risk well now the bad news there is still a lot we don't know we don't know the source of the outbreak we don't know what's it's natural reserve what he's and we don't properly understand its transmissibility by transmit ability he means F. and or how the virus may change form nature substance or state in other words if and or into what it may mutate the bad news continues in that no tools yet we have no vaccine to prevent infections and no therapeutics to treat them all the WHL can recommend right now is again the standard methods for avoiding a cold or flu stay away from anyone who is coughing or sneezing and if you are coughing or sneezing do it in your elbow and wash your hands frequently put it's bluntly with shadow boxing the severity of this virus runs the full spectrum from mild coughs sneezing and fever to pneumonia in various stages of pneumonia to organ failure and death so he says even when scientists come up with something to prevent and fight a vaccines and therapeutics Arnold silver bullets Michael all right thanks Jim Jim group reporting for first
Golden Globes 2020 highlights
"The Hollywood award show season and the road to the Oscars he is under way Jim group joins us from Hollywood this morning where the golden globes awards were held just last night Michael it started out with five time and controversial host Ricki surveys pulling no punches for me the Hollywood foreign press can barely speak English but you'll look lovely I am moving in limos I came in in a limo tonight on the license plate was made by Phyllis enough when the show got political to from Michelle Williams promoting a woman's right to choose to call for action to combat climate change by Patricia Arquette A. K. planchette to Joaquin Phoenix making note that the plant based meals served at the golden globes was one step in the right direction against climate change we we handle products is no longer just a personal choice it is having a drastic and bass consequent in this election year a call to get out the vote by a number of winners speaking of which it was Joaquin Phoenix who took the trophy for best drama film actor for joker called out the drama of the award show to my fellow nominees we all know there's no competition between us right the that is treated to sell advertises for the TV show what is a lawyer won the golden globe for Best Actress in a motion picture drama for her role as Judy Garland in Judy credits huge if you have a surprise the World War one fill nineteen seventeen took the top honor best motion picture drama is director Sam Mendes Best Director who says the new streaming service format is a challenge for big screen filmmakers so nothing was important is that people filmmakers are ambitious and they use the tools of cinema use surround sound and you know IMAX and the the every fiber of that being to try and make big stories for big screens once upon a time in Hollywood won best comedy film on the TV side HBO's succession won best drama series Amazon's flea bag won best comedy
2020 Golden Globes RECAP
"Light and the Hollywood award show season and the road to the Oscars is under way Jim group joins us from Hollywood this morning where the golden globes awards were held just last night Michael it started out with five time and controversial host Ricki surveys pulling no punches for me the Hollywood foreign press can ban the speaking English but you'll look lovely I am doing a limos I kind in in a limo tonight on the license plate was might by Phyllis the Hoffman H. O. got political to from Michelle Williams promoting a woman's right to choose to call for more action to combat climate change by Patricia Arquette A. K. planchette to Joaquin Phoenix making note that the plant based meals served at the golden globes was one step in the right direction against climate change we we handle products is no longer just a personal choice it is having a drastic in bass closer grand in this election year a call to get out the vote by a number of winners speaking of which it was Joaquin Phoenix who took the trophy for best drama film actor for joker called out the drama of the award show to my fellow nominees we all know there's no competition between us
Uber, Postmates sue to block California gig worker law, claiming it's unconstitutional
"A lawsuit has been filed to block a landmark law in California that takes effect tomorrow our Jim group reports the first of its kind law makes ride share drivers another independent and other independent contractors employees it's a law says it's all other democratic assembly member Lorraine Gonzalez that stops multi billion dollar companies like uber and lift from skirting labor laws room left as well as other so called gig economy companies say the loss stifles workers and cuts into the company's bottom line lawsuit filed Monday on behalf of uber post mates and two drivers claims the law is unconstitutional and discriminates against new technology
"jim group" Discussed on KOMO
"Working when we're sick Jim group has details of a new study we are full fledged into the cold and flu season people are going to get sick in the office like an elementary school classroom says can guard steam she's the senior vice president of the global staffing firm account temps whose parent company Robert have conducted the study and I'm just realizing that if you do go and sick that you know the likelihood of it spreading and becoming a bigger issue it is probably very likely the study surveyed some twenty eight hundred workers in twenty eight cities across the country cities with the largest percentage of the working sick our Charlotte in Miami with ninety six percent of workers saying they sometimes go to the office sick followed by Austin Chicago in Cincinnati at ninety three percent on average she says ninety percent of professionals admit due to some degree coming to work with cold or flu symptoms breaking that down even more thirty three percent say they always go to work even when sick why well a number of reasons people felt like they had too much work to do and that they needed to be in the office and then the the second most common answer was that people didn't want to take that sick time often and lose that time to maybe these on a vacation down the road as were the two main reasons other reasons people come to work sick guilt they don't want to put more work on co workers for they feel like they might be well enough and will be judged as either weak or lying she also says the example bad example is offset by the higher ups if eagle for bosses have to be there to make sure the business is running smoothly and productively does start from the top and I think you know for supervisors and managers that might be listening to this you know if you're not feeling well set the example and and do stay home and I think in the long when you have a much more productive work force you're trying to keep those illnesses out of the office even if you're just coming down with something she says stay home don't feel guilty in secure or like the place can't get along without you if you take care of your self you're taking care of your coworkers too you'll feel better sooner by getting the rest you need the general plus Angelus it was on this date.
"jim group" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Fifteen till welcome back to America in the morning this past year at least three children have died of flu related complications in immigration detention facilities as Jim group reports a group of doctors switching to provide free flu vaccines are being denied access to a detention facility near San Diego it's been an effort on going since July our concern is that there will be more jobs Dr Marie deluca is with the group doctors for camp closure but says this effort isn't about politics or the facilities in their conditions it's about preventing not only more flu related deaths but a potential epidemic of influenza as we are now in the heart of the flu season they're saying it's not possible but we know it's possible U. S. customs and border protection says it's never been policy to allow outside pop up type flu vaccine or any other type of medical clinic it also says that it is simply not logistically feasible to do so and that the holds are supposed to be short at most seventy two hours but the Lucas says the whole feasibility thing is a bit hanky because it's been done before I don't even larger scale I mean I don't you know participate and then a large vaccination campaigns previously and you know I've seen like a college campus the facts needed against meningitis a very short period of time so we know that the technician campaign could because he says the group has everything the personnel the vaccines and experience of mobile clinics that can be set up right inside the facility gates and it can all be done one hundred children immunized and about a half hour special is keeping people in a crowded conditions we know they are holding them for longer than they're supposed to win even seventy two hours and plenty of time for infectious almost like influenza to be transmitted between peoples the centers for disease control and prevention said back in July that the undocumented being held in these facilities should receive flu shots not only to protect the population but the surrounding population in San Diego and beyond and for deluca the bottom line is we don't more people to die in detention Jesus flu deaths are preventable a large scale vaccinations are not unprecedented Jim group Los Angeles twelve till now the department of justice has charged numerous former NFL players with defrauding the league's healthcare benefit program correspondent played metal says prosecutors allege the players targeted the gene Upshaw NFL player health reimbursement account plan the justice department alleges the players submitted nearly four million dollars in false claims to the insurance plan resulting in millions being paid out between June of twenty seventeen and December of last year the case band over a number of states rob Duncan is the US attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky ten former NFL players have been indicted in two separate indictments and charged with developing and executing a health care fraud scheme designed to undermine the gene Upshaw NFL player reimbursement account plan healthcare benefit program established in two thousand six or the collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and the NFL Players Association the most recognizable name of players in diet is former Washington Redskins stand out Clinton Portis as part of this game the co conspirators recruited former NFL players to defraud the account by seeking compensation for durable medical equipment FBI special agent George Pierrot says the medical equipment was wide ranging including items for more than fifty thousand dollars on a single claim however no such equipment was provided according to bureau the indictment alleges the players fabricated letters from health care providers about using that medical equipment while this case is still ongoing losses totaling over three point nine million dollars have been identified the department of justice maintains its committed to exposing any and all types of healthcare for all I'm Clayton level Erickson ten till now Robert workman has more in sports NFL week fifteen kicked off last night with the ravens routing the J. it's forty two to twenty one Lamar Jackson adding another page to his MVP resume passing for five touchdowns and also passing Michael Vick for the rushing record for a quarterback in eighty six yard night put in that one thousand one hundred eight yards for the season and for all that Jackson and his coach John Harbaugh happy is with the ravens tenth consecutive victory and their second straight AFC north title resiliency north champs and we're very proud of that as a great accomplishment that's a great division and it's our first call not sorry not a top goal was our first call a full slate of action coming up this weekend in the NFL with the Sunday night game featuring the bills the Steelers and mud and it'll be the cold and the saints some of those teams will have playoff spots wrapped up by this weekend on Saturday just one college football game but it's a big one army and navy in Philadelphia mint bowl season starts next Friday with the Bahamas bowl and the first global NBA on Thursday the seventy Sixers back the Celtics one fifteen one on you will indeed led the way with thirty eight points and thirteen rebounds which is a one eight out of nine Cavaliers kick this first one seventeen one oh nine in overtime Kevin love thirty points including the tying three ball before at the end of the regulation and he also had seventeen rebounds Mavericks founded the pistons one twenty two one eleven in Mexico City look it does it's posted his eighth triple double it doesn't matter what country he's and he's awesome forty one points twelve rebounds and eleven assists and Seth curry a little brother yeah thirty points off the bench for Dallas now gets all over the place is one fourteen ninety nine twenty of these particular your kitchen Jeremy grant was enough to overcome a career high thirty three point night from Hassan Whiteside NHL on Thursday a full slate lightning struck the Bruins three two Steven Stamkos had a pair he's got six goals in the last four games Boston's dropped five straight savers you're the predators forty three Jack Eichel scored twice Victor Olson had the winner islanders strand of the Panthers three to one power play goals from Devin tapes and Matthew bars all early in period to me the difference was like the blue jackets won nothing in overtime Brian Ross scored on the power play three minutes into extra time Justin J. only needed seventeen saves for the set up we are when we had another one nothing overtime win for the Canucks over the hurricanes take of March from made forty three saves before allies Pedersen one at forty seconds in the OJ red wings rather than just five two they finally in their twelve game losing streak Robby Fabbri scored twice weird both times he bounced the puck off the aptly named Winnipeg defenseman Neil Young blues double up the golden knights for to to the no getting secondary goals and Jaden Schwartz and Robert Thomas in the span of thirty nine seconds is that a two two tie thing kind of thing happen in the wild win over the Oilers six five four four game in the third Eric sol and look cute and scored sixty eight seconds apart to decide that when flames over the maple Leafs for to hire these black of the the black box five to two kings down the ducks two to one and the Rangers classes start six to three are temp in there and with the hat trick because the manager that's what the tying and winning goals in the third period it spoils Bob Wagner's debut as the head coach in San Jose he replaces the fired Peter devore baseball's winter meetings ended in San Diego yesterday no more big big money contracts like we have the first three days but the method of former cy young winner reports Sello on a one year deal and of the presidents Cup in Australia the US and international team split the five four ball matches yesterday to the international still have a six and a half to three and a half lead going into the weekend that's Friday sports all right seven till.
Christmas shoppers are starting earlier every year
"New reports suggest consumers are jumping earlier and earlier in getting a head start on holiday shopping Jim group reports by the end of the first week in November more than half of American consumers have already done some Christmas shopping and we've been starting to see each other in call in is the senior director for industry and consumer insights of the national retail federation she says it's not because there are six fewer shopping days this year is that people really want to get an early start and retailers are helping them out here we have a promotion starting as early as how she says fifty six percent of us have already been shopping and that's up nearly ten percent over the last ten years so each year for shopping earlier and earlier and even more impressive staff is that consumers report that nearly a quarter of their holiday shopping is already done that's the highest percentage in the history of the survey four percent are actually completely finished with their holiday shopping Colin says however that does not mean that most Americans will be completely done early consumers spend a lot on the holidays in many cases over a thousand dollars on average they like to stretch out that budget which means thanksgiving weekend is still a big white writing and thanksgiving weekend definitely still a hallmark of the holiday shopping season leave here that more than a hundred sixty five billion consumers are planning to shop over thanksgiving weekend which means Black Friday thanksgiving weekend hallmark headaches are still a tradition so far she says clothing and accessories have dominated the early shopping categories with gift cards running a close second and toys in third in the early going some experts say there will be a spike in electronic sales we get close to Black Friday but close will most likely be the dominant gift category through the season which by the way says Colin going back to her statement about even early shoppers liking to spread out their budget also most likely to buy their last gift in the week leading up to the twenty she says the IRS expects retail sales this holiday season to be up around four percent over last
PG&E reaches $11B deal with California wildfire insurers
"After six transmission lines were responsible for deadly California wildfires responded Jim group reports PGA any has reached a tentative claims settlement AEGEE any sees this as a way to exit out of bankruptcy and its searching for new debt and equity funding to pay for the settlement the company's faulty equipment was found to have caused the two thousand seventeen wine country fires and last year's so called camp fire that killed eighty six people still unresolved the claims against the utility by people who are either not insured or
"jim group" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Others air the nation's low temperature spot dipped below freezing overnight it was thirty degrees at Klamath marsh Oregon sixteen after this is America in the morning I'm John trout California gun advocates are again asking a judge to shoot down a new first of its kind law requiring background checks to buy ammunition Jim group reports the law took effect on July first but according to firearms and ammunition dealers there's bloggers Alex manages western firearms incorporated in LA and says among the flaws is the problem of getting the engine on as of the wrong people the idea of the long is at first a gun by itself is not a danger other than a blunt instrument with which to inflict injury but add ammunition to that and a bag I can kill all laws are law abiding citizens criminals don't his point is that even though the law prohibits even giving someone bolus without the person receiving them undergoing a background check there is no real way to monitor and police that provision of the law that's not the only reason for re new request by the California rifle and pistol association for a judge to hold the checks last year the association an affiliate of the NRA filed a lawsuit to stop the voter approved law and the judge allowed it to move forward because it interferes with interstate commerce according to the law people cannot buy animal outside of California then bring it in nor can they buy ammo online direct it has to be shipped to a licensed dealer first so background check can be accomplished another flaw cited in the request for the injunction and expressed by Alex is the issue with identification even for those who have passed a firearms background check or your the spelling your name is different from one to the with the ID scans so that that's going to block you from persimmons ammunition moving your address is different that's going to block you from proceeding munitions he says the number of the Niles is affecting commerce either way the judge rules it will be appealed the judge's decision is expected next month Jim group of centerless eighteen past when American morning returns what you PS.
"jim group" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Is America in the morning I'm John trout California gun advocates are again asking a judge to shoot down a new first of its kind law requiring background checks to buy ammunition Jim group reports the law took effect on July first but according to firearms and ammunition dealers there's water system I lex manages western firearms incorporated in LA and says among the flaws is the problem of getting the engine on as of the wrong people the idea of the long is at first a gun by itself is not a danger other than a blunt instrument with which to inflict injury but add ammunition to that and a bag I can kill all of our law abiding citizens criminals don't his point is that even though the law prohibits even giving someone bolus without the person receiving them undergoing a background check there is no real way to monitor and police that provision of the law that's not the only reason for re new request by the California rifle and pistol association for a judge to hold the checks last year the association an affiliate of the NRA filed a lawsuit to stop the voter approved law and the judge allowed it to move forward because it interferes with interstate commerce according to the law people cannot buy animal outside of California then bring it in nor can they buy ammo online direct it has to be shipped to a licensed dealer first so background check can be accomplished another flaw cited in the request for the injunction and expressed by Alex is the issue with identification even for those who have passed a firearms background check where your the spelling your name is different from what the with baby scans so that that's going to block you from for cinnamon technician for for recently moving address is different that's going to block you from proceeding munitions he says the number of the Niles is affecting commerce either way the judge rules it will be appealed the judge's decision is expected next month Jim rope Los Angeles eighteen past when American morning returns.
"jim group" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Coverage to some undocumented adults Jim group report the phrase heard throughout the process of the bill which is now a law healthcare is a human rights healthcare is a right health care is a human right also heard a number of times undocumented Californians contribute over three billion dollars each year and state and local clout in many Californians contribute over three billion dollars a year and state and local taxes yet they are denied access to the state programs those taxes help fund California has already provided state funded healthcare coverage to children through the age of eighteen and now with this new law signed by governor Gavin Newsom that coverage expands through age twenty five but only those whose income is low enough to qualify for the benefit there are some however who say the new law doesn't go far enough that all should be covered regardless of immigration status the governor says not right now all that would cost too much about three point four billion dollars the estimate is that covering qualifying adults ages nineteen to twenty six will cost taxpayers nearly a hundred million dollars democratic senator Maria Elena Durazo says at least undocumented seniors should be covered on documents seniors make up only thirty thousand in California UCLA study shows the number of undocumented seniors in California is roughly twenty five thousand and arouses office says that other five thousand was result of a Senate and Alice's president trump last week criticized California's plan during a signing ceremony for the emergency supplemental appropriations for humanitarian assistance and security at the southern border act you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants it's crazy what they're doing it's crazy supporters say it'll cost the state less to provide coverage before people go to the emergency room in California everyone can receive obstetrical any emergency care regardless of immigration status and that the entire state is healthier if the undocumented can get primary care there was no vocal opposition but some like Republican senator Jeff stone said in the past like California will now become a magnet that will attract people to the state for whom the state will willingly write a blank check democratic assembly member rob Bonta says however California was the first state to implement the affordable Care Act the first to assure undocumented children this is the next step in our progression the law takes effect July of next year general plus Angelus it's been said diamonds are a girl's best friend and now Jan's losers says science has stepped up to give a big boost to what was once simply mined from the earth they've only been available commercially available for use in jewelry given the quality needed in jury for about five to seven years Kathryn money brilliant earth V. P. with show rooms in several major cities brilliant earth offers both earth mind and lab grown diamonds but money says lab grown diamonds are gaining in popularity especially with millennials because they are beautiful affordable and very important socially responsible as they do not require mining they have the same buyers parklands inflation as a natural diamond and can't be distinguished by the naked eye from a natural diamond day do not require any mining and they offer great value when compared to a natural diamond with comparable characteristics they are more affordable and they're also drawn to the innovative technology lab created diamonds are groaning conditions that mimic how earth mined diamonds are created in the earth's crust both are carbon based with the same characteristics they're made of the same material so there's no difference in terms of wear and tear just like natural diamonds they're rated ten on the Mohs hardness scale and only can be scratched by another diamond money says lab grown diamonds can only be distinguished from natural diamonds by extensive scientific testing it uses specialized equipment and that's what enables you to detect the differences and trace elements in the crystal growth they can't be distinguished by the naked eye even by a trained gemologist right now the demand for lab grown diamonds is bigger than the supply detractors wonder how long that will last for more information on earth mind and lab grown diamonds go to the website brilliant earth dot com chance losers San Francisco.
"jim group" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Coverage to some undocumented adults Jim group report the phrase heard throughout the process of the bill which is now a law healthcare is a human rights healthcare is a right health care is a human right also heard a number of times undocumented Californians contribute over three billion dollars each year and state and local many Californians contribute over three billion dollars a year and state and local taxes yet they are denied access to the state programs those taxes help fund California has already provided state funded healthcare coverage to children through the age of eighteen and now with this new law signed by governor Gavin Newsom that coverage expands through age twenty five but only those whose income is low enough to qualify for the benefit there are some however who say the new law doesn't go far enough that all should be covered regardless of immigration status the governor says not right now all that would cost too much about three point four billion dollars the estimate is that covering qualifying adults ages nineteen to twenty six will cost taxpayers nearly a hundred million dollars democratic senator Maria Elena Durazo says at least undocumented seniors should be covered on documents seniors make up only thirty thousand in California UCLA study shows the number of undocumented seniors in California is roughly twenty five thousand and arouses office says that other five thousand was a result of a Senate and Alice's president trump last week criticized California's plan during a signing ceremony for the emergency supplemental appropriations for humanitarian assistance and security at the southern border act you look at what they're doing in California how they're treating people they don't treat their people as well as they treat illegal immigrants it's crazy what they're doing it's crazy supporters say it'll cost the state less to provide coverage before people go to the emergency room in California everyone can receive obstetrical any emergency care regardless of immigration status and that the entire state is healthier if the undocumented can get primary care there was no vocal opposition but some like Republican senator Jeff stone said in the past like California will now become a magnet that will attract people to the state for whom the state will willingly write a blank check democratic assembly member rob Bonta says however California was the first day to implement the affordable Care Act the first to ensure undocumented children this is the next step in our progression the law takes effect July of next year general Los Angeles it's been said diamonds are a girl's best friend and now Jan's losers says science has stepped up to give a big boost to what was once simply mined from the earth they've only been available commercially available for use in jewelry given the quality needed in jury for about five to seven years Kathryn money brilliant earth V. P. with show rooms in several major cities brilliant earth offers both earth mind and lab grown diamonds but money says lab grown diamonds are gaining in popularity especially with millennials because they are beautiful affordable and very important socially responsible as they do not require mining they have the same virus parklands inflation as a natural diamond and can't be distinguished by the naked eye from and natural diamond day do not require any mining and they offer great value when compared to a natural diamond with comparable characteristics they are more affordable and they're also drawn to the innovative technology lab created diamonds are groaning conditions that mimic how earth mined diamonds are created in the earth's crust both are carbon based with the same characteristics they are made of the same material so there's no difference in terms of wear and tear just like natural diamonds they're rated ten on the Mohs hardness scale and only can be scratched by another diamond money says lab grown diamonds can only be distinguished from natural diamonds by extensive scientific testing it uses specialized equipment and that's what enables you to detect the differences and trace elements in the crystal growth they can be distinguished by the naked eye even by a trained gemologist right now the demand for lab grown diamonds is bigger than the supply detractors wonder how long that will last for more information on earth mind and lab grown diamonds go to the website brilliant earth dot com chance losers San Francisco.
"jim group" Discussed on The FitCast
"Really industryleading strength conditioning industryleading fitness when it comes to adults you know places place where he can get you know great programming fantastic coaching but more than anything a fantastic community in an environment that is built not only for people that love going to the gym but really for folks that don't like going to the gym folks at like felt like when they walked through the door at their local health club jim group training cross fit whatever it might be in felt like they just didn't fit in because i think a lot of people feel like they can be directionless once they step through the doors because unless you have personal training you're kind regulated to the cardio equipment you know the stationary strengthening conditioning machines and maybe some some group exercise classes like a spin class or trex class whatever it might be you know i kind of wanted to bring a much higher standard of this stuff to to the area because it's notice respect to to the other facilities in the area but they they kind of don't deliver that stuff yeah am i allowed to give you a hard time on your own show you have to like this i've been actually working with the folks at mark fisher fitness and like every time to say all right kevin is okay if we give you some feedback on that i'm like yeah you give you some feedback here to to to make things to improve this stuff.
"jim group" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Welcome back to america in the morning thirteen before the our the white house his released expects on what the trump administration expects the new border wall to look like jim group gives us a preview we heard what president trump wants a big beautiful powerful wall in our getting are looking at the specs on the nearly two thousand mild long wall that stretches across the borders of california arizona new mexico in texas and mexico the bottom line among the twelve specific required that's the wall should be near impossible to climb so at least eighteen feet high preferably thirty near impossible to tunnel under so five to six feet under ground you know impossible to penetrate and he should blend then with a natural landscape is one of the largest government projects in us history and the bidding has now begun brian holly is with the scenario one of at least twenty southern california companies bidding for the contract he tell san diego's ken as the tv but the government wants builders them the security community to propose ways to make the wall strong and secure there is a lot of ways around to rest quiet or there he gets change now rages laws or scenarios are actually native american land he says the three key questions are one of the best solutions how will the wall meet the nation security needs and how it all aligned with existing budget no opportunities to look at what's best initially the white house one of the wall to be made an of concrete but this new one hundred thirty two pays requests for proposals or are fb has expanded that in that proposals can include non solid materials that can feature _a_c through component lack offense and president troubles also said it get having gave it get have the door no indication where that gate or door would be estimated cost of the wall between twelve and twenty five million dollars how it will be paid four well that's a whole other story jim.
"jim group" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Relocate to los angeles they have to physically move their stuff but jim group reports that's become a challenge might be difficult because some moving companies have pledged not to move them being entering thursday as their respective think about back to has gone out who want to be a part of and charles is with helper dot com the says idea did you know the moving companies to banded together in refused to move the team north even he sounds at the expense of a very lucrative moving contract that i'm guess and i know it's not very far but you're talking fifty five years or if we gear tackle dummies office stuff it's got to be a hundred grand at least for the company oh at least yeah i think it would be for just off the practice the you know that included in moving all that so players coaches you know all those people it it beginner cook on their yeah it was definitely a very large ticket moore i'm i don't think one company could handle that games lovejoy play already movies and san diego in a while he is angry about the chargers leaving the city it's not really on the same page as charles is company you get some people who who are obviously an very huge and to the you know if they do not they do not feel like they've been treated very well have you done the call to ask if you would join that boycott some i haven't not to if you did get that call what you i would not join the way cut because after the way watch an went against banister going on and on the tight i'm concerned became can go this quickly as possible and you help them get there help them get their so far there are seven moving companies in san diego and five in los angeles who vowed to not help the chargers move jim rope los angeles.
"jim group" Discussed on KOIL
"They have to physically move their stuff but jim group reports that's become a challenge might be difficult because some moving companies have pledged not to move them being a number of things there's history start to think about backs will physical at out what i want to be a part of that and charles is with helper dot com the ceases idea to be another moving companies to banded together in refused to move the team north even he says at the expense of a very lucrative moving contract cause i'm guess and i know it's not very far but you're talking fifty five years or into gear tackle dummies office stuff it's got to be a hundred grand at least for the company oh at least yeah and i i think i believe that for just also turned of practice you know and that's not including all the staff from so the players coaches you know all those people it it beginner cook along thirty it was definitely a very large take it i'm i don't think one company could handle that james lovejoy is priority movies and san diego in a while he is angry about the chargers leaving the city it's not really on the same page as charles is company you got some people who who are obviously an very huge fans today you know if they do not it enough feel like they've been treated very well have you got the call to ask if you would join that boycott my have not to if you did get that call would you i would not join the way cut because after the way watch and let me in fantasy going.
"jim group" Discussed on WJR-AM News Talk 760
"Or and cam racked had tried to cover up all love affair they were fired and now they've gotten a big settlement from of the house of representatives this in those thanksgiving get away day correspondent jim group reports that travel experts say they'll be near record numbers of travellers both in the air and on the ground a matter which way you go air or graham travel experts say you need plan here at los angeles international airport that plan is to take shuttles or public transportation had like indeed and arrive early that's the suggested plan for well l a x is the third busiest airport behind atlanta in chicago is the number one so called originated destination airport beating more people start and end their travel here than anywhere else noted year news time eight thirty three here steve courtney sports are i plan to keep the occupy tonight there from a sports perspective layton gentlemen the pistons will host the miami heat at the palace of auburn hills seven thirty is a star time pistons looking to turn things around they have lost four straight by the way the pistons and heat they split their four meetings last season meanwhile the red wings pretty much the same situation they have lost four in a row not to mention not have their last eleven got off to a nice started six into they'll try and turn things around seven o'clock tonight in buffalo against the sabres an five months after being awarded in any tell franchise las vegas is expansion team finally as and then you're ready to vegas golden nights will be the city's first major professional sports team when they began play in the twenty seventeen eighteen season tell us basketball tonight on w jr you better believe it thomas on the spartans number twenty four no the land there and the bahamas of all places to take on the right stormer st john's seven o'clock is a tipped ball part of the battle for atlanta it's never twenty five michigan on the road their itself caroline up for a five o'clock meeting and the lions you know all about them the annual thanksgiving day game all it's a big key they got the six in for minnesota vikings in town the lions searching for is well the top spot in the nfc north certainly up for grabs twelve thirty to kick tomorrow are pre game getting away night thirty four your information the lions two and a half point favorites stew courtney nobody jr sports.