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Cheney Says Republicans 'at a Turning Point'
"Today mitch. Mcconnell said that every single republican the united states senate is opposed. To every single thing on joe biden's legislative agenda so senator joe mansions attempt to find a bipartisan consensus on. Anything might not take much longer. Because mitch mcconnell said today that that is impossible. Mitch mcconnell is trying to do to. Joe biden exactly what he tried to to barack obama and that is blocked every single thing. The democratic president wants. The republican party is no longer a governing party. It is simply an opposition party. Republicans in the senate have no position other than opposition. To whatever is the biden position. Republicans in the house are not even an opposition party anymore. They are chaos party. They don't pretend to have any position on any issues. They spend no time talking about what they think is wrong with. Joe biden's plans. They just fight among themselves at the center of that fight is congresswoman liz cheney who is not backing down from what has become her public fight now with the leader in name. Only republicans in the house kevin mccarthy and an op ed in the washington post published online. This afternoon liz. Cheney said quote the republican party is at a turning point and republicans must decide whether we are going to choose truth and fidelity to the constitution. The republican party had its turning point. In 2016 trump got the republican presidential nomination every decent republican publicly opposed donald trump's nomination and his candidacy for president against hillary clinton
Manufacturing Jobs Are ‘Tough to Fill,’ Weak Spot in Employment Picture
"Morning we are going to get the april jobs report lately gonna be pretty good possibly could be in the seven figures possibly now while it does lag growth in the overall economy the labor market has been making its way back but one of the hiccups of where the labor market is right now. Is that even with so many people out of work. A lot of companies still say they are having trouble finding people that is especially true manufacturing a report out from deloitte today says only sixty percent of the manufacturing jobs lost this past year have come back marketplace's or gets us going chart. Industries is hiring if there are people out there that are looking for welding. Jobs are engineering jobs. They they are available char. Jerry vinci is in charge of hr for chart. They make equipment for super low temperature. Industrial operations like purifying guests. Hiring has been hard know with respect to weller right. we've done all kinds of outreach. We've done in-house training program you're competing with many other companies. He says the competition has gone beyond offering more pay to include things like workplace culture. Inclusiveness manufacturing is one of the industries. That had to ramp up during the pandemic. So there's more intense competition for workers but there's an issue beyond the pandemic image if we go out and we do research on what people think of manufacturing. They draw smokestacks and they draw the assembly line from the fifties sixties seventies eighties caroline. Lee directs the manufacturing institute which along with deloitte produced a report on the manufacturing hiring challenge and wet manufacturing. Really is today when we go to factories. You see highly technology driven you know. Clean bright environments. You can have multiple careers in different jobs. Daniel joe is a senior economist at glass door. He says manufacturers in the us need to think long term. The manufacturing workforce is aging. There are a lot of workers you're retiring and it's important for the industry to make sure that there's a pipeline of talent no simple solution. They're industry experts. Say it will take everything for more apprenticeship to immigration
Covid vaccines: Biden wants 70% with at least 1 shot by July 4
"President. Joe biden announced today. And you go of administering at least one covid. Nineteen vaccine shot to seventy percent of the us adult population by july fourth. He said he also plans to have one hundred and sixty million adults fully vaccinated by that timeframe to meet this goal. Officials say president biden direct tens of thousands of pharmacies to offer walk in appointments and redirect fema resources to support more pop up clinics smaller vaccination sites and mobile clinics.
Rep. Pramila Jayapal on What Progressives Think of Joe Biden Now
"Congresswoman giant. Paul thank you very much. For coming to the podcast. It's great to be with you. Jonathan okay so. President biden just gave a joint session speech to the american people where he outlined a huge agenda. Very forward-looking agenda of for the american people in for his presidency. You're the chair of the progressive the congressional progressive caucus all during the campaign. All the talk was about. How progressives didn't want joe biden and wants to biden and got elected How progressives were going to be giving joe biden the blues and they're going to be fighting with him since you are the chair of the progressive caucus. What grade would you give him. Well you know what i have said. Is that progressives have helped define this moment. The campaign last year was an example of that the push over the last ten years for a fifteen dollars. Minimum wage by progressive says actually made mainstream today so jonathan i always say progressives are the first to the best and most just idea and then we have to push like hell to get everybody else there. But joe biden has risen to the moment And i think you know. He came into office recognizing the crises of racial inequality of the pandemic of unemployment. So many things that americans never thought we would see food lines around the block as he talked about in his speech and he has come out with a very bold agenda of very progressive agenda. He has taken the virus under control. in a way that you know we only had dreamed about last year but now two hundred million shots in arms in just ninety nine days we feel like there's a light at the end of the tunnel so so far joe biden has been doing a very good job on on the present in the presidency and now we just have to make sure that that continues that he leans into it just as much with the american jobs and families plan which by the way we want to be one package that he leans into even things that are going to be difficult which he has done with tax reform. But even bigger than that. Jonathan i think what progressives are most excited about is that finally there is a frame for the conversation that has been the progressive blends for a very long time and that is that government has the ability to really give opportunity and correct many of the wrongs that have been there before. And it is. The problem is not going to big. It is going to small. And i've heard those words come out of joe biden's rouse
McConnell Says GOP Open to $600 Billion for Infrastructure
"Hi Mike Crossey a reporting the Senate GOP leader says Republicans are open to spending six hundred billion dollars for infrastructure improvements Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is floating a national infrastructure investment spending plan that's about a quarter of the size of the two point three trillion dollar proposal president Joe Biden has laid out speaking at the university of Louisville Monday McConnell said Republicans are willing to spend up to six hundred billion dollars on infrastructure Connell also came out against Biden's plan to pay for the infrastructure package by raising the corporate tax rate from twenty one percent back to twenty eight percent instead McConnell said he favors increasing user fees Mike Rossio Washington
Biden Raises Trump Refugee Cap After Delay Backlash
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden lifts the refugee cap after a backlash over delaying the move president Joe Biden will formally lift the nation's refugee cap to sixty two thousand five hundred this year the decision comes after Biden came under intense criticism for delaying a decision to lift the fifteen thousand refugee limit instituted by president Donald Trump in a statement Biden said the new live it erases the historically low number set by the previous administration however Biden called it a sad truth that the cap of sixty two thousand five hundred refugees will not be met by the end of the fiscal year in September Byton plans on setting the refugee cap at one hundred twenty five thousand for the twenty twenty two fiscal year Mike Rossi at Washington
Ten Years On: Inside the Bin Laden Raid
"It was, in fact, 10 years ago this very weekend when Joe Biden was vice president that U. S Navy seals killed Osama bin Laden in a secret and daring raid on a compound in Pakistan. That raid coming after one of the most intense manhunts in history. There is one report. As of yet, unconfirmed that a plane Has hit the World Trade Center Osama bin Laden was the most wanted man on earth, escaping from the mountains of Afghanistan, even as U. S intelligence and military scour those rugged mountains, But on May 1st 2011 10 years after hijacked airliners brought down the world Trade towers. And a chunk of the Pentagon, Geronimo and Geronimo meant We got that Locke killed him. Admiral Mike Mullen was the chairman of the joint Chiefs at the time. That's him behind President Obama in the White House as they watched the Navy seals descend on bin Laden is compound in real time. There was a lot of risk. We felt comfortable that we could get in and out of Pakistan without being detected in a timely way. We felt we could get into the compound. And for Mullen, it was personal. He was in the Pentagon a decade earlier, when one of the hijacked planes slammed into it. The plane flew in under Basically under my office, My two assistants looked out the window and saw 7 57 fly in under their feet. The Navy lost 42 people that day among the nearly 200 killed in the attack on the Pentagon. 10. Years later, it was the Navy that would dominate that raid on the bin Laden compound. Mullen meeting those seals before they headed into Pakistan. Sort of the final dress rehearsal that I went to it involved upwards of 48 to 50 seals. And then I specifically met and shook hands and looked every operator in the eye to one express my gratitude to You know? Are they ready to go? And I was very confident that they were,
Bogdanovic scores 34 as Jazz rally to beat Raptors 106-102
"Boy am Bogdanovich drained six three pointers while scoring thirty four points as the jazz beat the raptors one oh six one oh two would you go there added thirteen points and sixteen rebounds to help Utah win for just the second time in five games those guys were really physical on us and our we instead of you know breaking down and breaking apart B. we came together Jordan Clarkson and Joe Ingles added fifteen points apiece with Ingles collected nine assists after trailing by as many as ten the jazz search they had won a one ninety six with five sixteen left behind an eleven three run Fred vanvleet had thirty points seven assists and six rebounds to lead Toronto I'm the ferry
Caitlyn Jenner Says Biological Boys Shouldn't Compete in Girls' Sports
"Happening now Caitlyn Jenner, giving her thoughts on transgender athletes participating in high school sports. Caitlyn Jenner says she didn't expect to get asked about this on our Saturday morning coffee run, but that she's clear on where she stands. This is a question of fairness. That's why oppose biological boys who are trans competing in girls sports in school. Many conservatives have spoken out about this and response to President Joe Biden's executive. Order that bans discrimination on gender, identity and school sports and other places. In March, Mississippi became the first state this year to ban transgender athletes from competing on girl or women's sports teams. Critics say this type of legislation hurts the health and safety of transgender Children and that they deserve the ability to play organized sports and to be a part of the team. Just like other kids boxes. Christina
Biden pitches 'once in a generation investment' to Congress
"Biting trying to get Congress to approve a spending plan that has a big price tag. President Biden is urging Congress to think big but also spin Big Republicans now issuing a warning those saying taxpayers will be furious with what they see when it comes the changing role of government for decades to come. On Friday, the president had chance to go up to Philadelphia to celebrate Amtrak's 50th anniversary. If there he also called for spending trillions of rebuilding infrastructure, including on the rail. Roads. The president, saying his economic agenda is essential to keeping America's economy competitive with the rest of the world President's doubling down on his plans to increase taxes on wealthier Americans and corporate America to cover this trillions of spending. But Republicans argued tax hikes could kill any economic growth and really have companies think twice about doing business in the United States. Maybe go elsewhere, boxes marked married, It's
Choosing the Right Nonprofit Business Model With Rinku Sen
"Rinku sen is a writer. Social justice strategist. She is formerly the executive director of race forward and was publisher of their award. Winning news site color lines under her leadership race forward generated some of the most impactful racial justice successes of recent years including drop. The i word it compan- from media outlets to stop referring to immigrants as illegal resulting in the associated press usa today the l. a. times and many more outlets changing their practice she was also the architect of the shattered families report which identified the number of kids in foster care whose parents had been deported. Her books stir it up and the accidental. American sierra is a model of community organizing that integrates a political analysis of race gender class poverty sexuality and other systems as a consultant rinku has worked on narrative and political strategy with numerous organizations at foundations including policy link. The aclu and the nathan cummings foundation. She serves on numerous boards including the women's march where she co president and the foundation for national progress publisher of mother jones magazine. And i don't even think we've told folks what you do today so rinku. Thank you so much for joining us for helping me think through. I'm glad you're here and welcome. Thank you so much joe. It's a real thrill to talk with you today. So and well actually. You just listened to me for the last several minutes so the goal here is to get you talking so i re as i read your bio. I realized that we actually didn't talk about what you do today. So you wanna you wanna give folks sense of that. The new adventure. You're on now. Sure i in early december. I became the executive director of narrative initiative. Which is an organization that puts different kinds of creative people together to make interventions In the big stories we tell and live into so We do a lot of work with right now. The green new deal network to help them. Think through what what kinds of messages and frames they need to move out until the world that will build support for progressive policies and we We also provide a ghost writing service for grassroots organizations. That need help getting things written.
Diplomats From 5 Nations Resuming Iran Nuclear Talks
"High ranking diplomats from China Germany France Russia and Britain are set to resume talks focused on bringing the US back into the landmark nuclear deal with Iran the US will not have a representative at the table when diplomats meet in Vienna because former president Donald Trump unilaterally pull the country out of the deal known as the joint comprehensive plan of action in two thousand and eighteen trump also restored and augmented the sanctions to try to force Iran into renegotiating the pact with more concessions president Joe Biden wants to rejoin the deal a U. S. delegation in Vienna is taking part in in direct talks with Iran with diplomats from other world powers acting as go betweens on its area shockingly
Giuliani Speaks for First Time Since Raid
"His New York City apartment and office were raided by the FBI and electronic devices sees President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, calls it unfair. ABC News chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas Giuliani's lawyer, telling ABC News. The feds are looking to see whether Giuliani was working as a foreign agent for clients in the Ukraine while he was pressuring that government to investigate Joe and Hunter Biden Giuliani denies it. He also says federal prosecutors are out to get him because they're jealous of his success. President Biden says he's keeping his distance from the investigation, insisting he was not told in advance about the Giuliani Ray starting
Biden Terminating Border Wall Construction Contracts
"U. S. President Joe Biden is canceling the construction of Donald Trump's wall along the border with Mexico. A Pentagon spokesman says the money will instead be spent on other construction projects by the U. S military, such as schools for the Children off
All Aboard! Biden to Help Amtrak Mark 50 Years on the Rails
"The man sometimes referred to as Amtrak Joe is helping the nation's passenger rail system market's fiftieth anniversary senator and vice president Biden was an Amtrak regular commuting between Delaware and Washington's Union Station president Biden will be back at Philadelphia's thirtieth street station today celebrating the Amtrak service anniversary and pitching his infrastructure package which would give Amtrak eighty billion dollars for repairs expanding service and improving the busy Northeast Corridor which as vice president he called a vital part of the nation's economy one of every three jobs in America so long this card Senate Republicans are pitching twenty billion dollars for rail service Sager mag ani Washington
Biden to Help Amtrak Mark 50 Years on the Rails in Philadelphia
"Marking Amtrak's 50th anniversary. He got the name Amtrak Joe spending decades on the train between Washington and Delaware. His jobs plan would provide $80 million to upgrade transit. The Philadelphia visit is part of Joe Biden's Getting America back on track tour to promote his infrastructure plan. Former President Trump says
Biden’s First Speech to Congress Draws 11.6 Million Viewers on Networks
"Joe Biden's speech to Congress on Wednesday. Well, he got 11.6 million viewers. Where were all those 80 million who voted for him? Wonder where they were. 11.6 million Donald Trump's first speech to Congress in 2017. He had 48 million people
NFL Draft: Players Selected in the First Round
"With Aaron Rodgers wanting out of Green Bay, according to reports a night that ended with pick number 32, the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers going with AH, linebacker from Washington, Joe try on and there's a lot more to come. And there was a lot that was jammed in between those two big events. I thought it was really cool to thieve. The number of Alabama products six of them in the first round, which ties the record set by Miami. Back in 2004. I was thrilled to see Devante Smith go at number 10. Overall, The Eagles actually moved up to get in which I think is neat and they traded with E. Dallas Cowboys, their NFC East rival to grab Devante, and he's impressed me not only on the field, but off the field as well. Patrick's or Tan Hey, was sporting an incredible pink suit, though, is a lot to like about what we saw with the Alabama contingent. But also did you know it's the first time in any NFL draft that seven Players from one side of the ball were taken with the first seven picks in a row. Seven offensive players Bing Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing, Bing Bing Bing, first time that's ever happened where one side has had the first seven picks in a rose. There's a lot to
"joe all" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Have to do is ask. Hey, Google play Wv Ape. In just a moment. We're gonna have a lot of fun with audio from, uh, que non former human on supporter talking to Anderson Cooper. Apparently he used TOC thought that Anderson used to eat. Babies. Um I always started to like, uh, I think there might be an error on that. We'll find out we'll find out Also the top election official of Pennsylvania. Book borrowed. The one we railed on has resigned. Why? And why is Joe Manchin really incensed it? Kamala and Joe All that coming up in just a moment, but one of the finish off these What the defense is probably will end up being for most of these writers in the capital. From the Dallas morning news story. Finishing off here where And as Samuel law professor. Told the news that Claim that an alleged wrong door was just following orders hasn't worked since the Nazis tried it at Nuremberg. Good luck on Trying to blame it on the cult of Cuban on or Trump is a stretch. Anyone who completed junior high and managed to find a way to D C at the right time and place is gonna have a tough time raising competency as defense. Federal criminal Law. Also, he says, recognizes the excuse of duress. But Trump didn't threaten. Here's the key guys. Trump didn't threaten the protesters with violence. He didn't say if you don't go in there, and it's just ridiculous. The whole thing's ridiculous. Trump didn't do anything wrong other he I've talked about it. Hey, but he bears a little bit. But Nothing practically nothing compared to these idiots. They have 90. 8% of the blame. Theo, the criminal defense attorney who used to be a federal prosecutor thinks most of the cases are gonna related to the storming Capitol storming the Capitol will end with Plea bargains, especially the less serious ones. They'll plead guilty and bargain it out. That's exactly what's gonna happen with Gina ran The others, So I did. You went on. Actually, we did. Anderson Cooper eat babies. And I've I've always thought that he ate babies, didn't you, producer David and she always kind of I always assumed that Yes, That's exactly right. That's how you stay so young and so good looking. That's exactly that protein them is there's some really Good protein. So, uh, that's what I've always thought and apparently a former que non supporter. Among many other things, thought that Anderson Cooper eight babies, and he apologized to him for thinking that On that Cooper's program. Supposedly here It is. Did you at the time believe that Democrat high level Democrats and celebrities were worshiping Satan drinking the blood of Children? And isn't I thought you did that? And I would like to apologize for that right now. So I apologize for thinking that you ate babies, But yeah, 100%,.
"joe all" Discussed on The CyberWire
"What to do not tell them. That's all right. It's all right. It's good it's good to know your limits joe All right well again. The article is titled black friday. Stay safe before during after peak retail season. It's around the naked security blog with the sophos written by paul duckling. A joe kerrigan. Thanks for joining. My pleasure did.
"joe all" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"And decorated invader on the outside from the back of the package domestic spending. Spending. Who is putting in a late run here? It's get smoking decorated invader and domestic spending decorated invader has taken the lead in deep stretch, and he's three for three as a three year old so I was talking about the Fox broadcast and let me Let me pump anti sterling's tires here a little bit and he said after the race he goes. You know this. This didn't feel brilliant. Like last time the Horse Ran. It felt workmanlike, but it was still a very nice win, and then I watched the race and I. Go you know I kind of agree with everything eighty said about that. Don't really have a ton to add I mean. Joe All new. He's on the best horse. And there was a split second there where in midstretch I thought domestic spending was really picking up some serious ground, it was going to maybe make a race of it, but decorate invader had plenty left. The comment is hit gate, which I thought was interesting for decorated invader so maybe note worthy of of why. It wasn't maybe some incredible. Performance but it was still good i. mean decorator did everything that he had to do? And scored an ice win. Midway through the card there was a little allowance race and your phone for Steve asmussen racked up one hundred Beyer speed figure. I saw winning it four to five. Based or for Ray Handle Ray Randall tweeted embodies guy. We ran like ninety six buyer in an I love allowance. And we got beat by four, because we just ran into a buzzsaw and really big, stir went with your phone, and they were battling much of the journey, and all of a sudden last couple of strides big, just put that one away and finish what nine and one after battling through forty four and three type fractions, so your phone, maybe one to watch. That was a pretty game, gutsy effort by that asmussen renter, the feature on the Car Though the coaching club of American oaks. Altaf scratch the morning of so obviously that you know, and what I already thought was a pretty weak field for a great one. You had a lotta horses kind of looking to take the next step forward so to speak and. Totally shape is was far and away. The most proven I had said the other day, certainly a favourite to go against for a number of reasons and I. Really. I think just a lot of her winds are just not all that great. There's a couple of wins that I thought would make her a legitimate contender in there, but. Most of them were just kind of okay, and from a number standpoint, she just stacked up. I thought kind of okay with the rest of these. Not You know eight to five or what have you so? That's a little bit of red boarding kind of thing, but I said it on Friday on Friday. Show as well so I can back with audio. Let's take a listen back to the coaching glove America oaks from Saturday at Saratoga. And the three year old fillies are heading up to Saratoga backstage. It's crystal ball in frontier by three quarters of like Paris lights on the outside second violate total shape, and Antoinette, those two or right, together third and fourth, a half dozen lines back to velvet crush, the opening half, when in forty seven and four crystal ball in the black cap leads.
"joe all" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast
"You can dissect it from nineteen different ways and right as many jobs. Hey, guys, it's more. The Comedy House. Got Premises in punchline women. Did you. Put your age peanut butter. So so we'll give you one premise, and then you guys dissect it from there. Originally thinking what if you did like hospitals, but I think that's too specific, and so we're talking about and said what are the premises talking loud, and then you just work every angle. You can write as many as you can, and then come up with your best one. From old, county bit. Norton or Morten Orlando Repair more, Norman Warbler. Jokes. He'll. Have our new I think it should be one premise meaning like talking loud, and then just every whittle it down every joke. You can right, so you try to cover as many bases, and then you close with the two best jokes you think you have. Just talking about talking about bounce them all out back back and forth, right. Do not stage. You can do the job on tonight. Tonight at Gotham. 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"joe all" Discussed on Pool Podcasts
"Welcome back to American billiard radio today is Thursday April ninth and just like the last show. We don't have a whole lot of News as far as tournaments happening. But you know there's a lot of stuff going on out there in the world. This is what happens when you get a bunch of creative people who can't get out and and use that creativity so they do it online. A number of the players have been doing drills and doing instructional stuff online. A number of the top players got together for a a motivational video will say to get everyone stick together. It's it's Hashtag together at home if you go to. Easy billiards page on facebook. The video was posted there. You'll see little clips from Schuyler and Shane Joshua and Darren and seeming Chan and a number of players. It's a neat little video speaking of video. There's a new movie coming out. Lord knows we've been saying for the longest time that what the pool world needs is another color of money. I don't know that the news is going to be a color of money. But it's called walkaway. Joe All include a link in the show notes to the trailer for it. Looks interesting. Jeffrey Dean Morgan from walking dead fame. I I've seen worse movies. I've seen worst pool movies and pool seems to play a big part in this one. It's not a there's just a pool room to show how shady characters are in in sad news. We we lost Bill Stroud Q. Maker with joss cues joss West. He and Dan Jane's had created Joss West I'm not a huge queue collector so I don't know that I'm necessarily the person to talk about Bill Stroud Q. Work I'd I just know that he was very well. Respected in the pool world We also lost Marshall Carpenter Tuscaloosa Squirrel..
"joe all" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"And reputable so sources these are families we know well and trust because we've been working with many of hi am WLKY meteorologist mo rose with a very chilly start to your Saturday lots of sunshine though temperatures started in the teens were making our slow progression through the twenties we will recover nicely by this afternoon into the upper forties we'll get a mix of clouds and sun turning breezy later with increasing clouds overnight those lows will drop into the upper thirties we'll see more clouds than sun for your Sunday warming up a couple more degrees as well as we reach there fifty even warmer for presidents day with cloudy skies and a high of fifty three degrees that's our WLKY weather forecast meteorologist mo rose your at home with Gerry Solomon on use radio eight forty WHAS the weekend it is welcome your at home with Gerry Solomon this hour is brought to you by Joe all's cleaners check it out it's jaws cleans dot com great stuff fire I talked a little home improvement get a few things done around the home and things to check but tell you what we all have our list and you know just what you need me to do is show up and give you more things to check.
"joe all" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The top and the bottom of the hour I need to be aware yeah it's a no brainer this is your brain on use radio eight forty WHAS I'm WLKY meteorologist Suzanne Horgan chilly conditions for this weekend high temperatures recover into the upper thirties to lower forties areas of drizzle you even some scattered flurries will be possible overnight we drop down to about thirty two degrees will hold on to that cloud cover on Sunday with a chance of some patches of drizzle once again as we had from Sunday night into early Monday perhaps an isolated slick spots out on the road as we go from Sunday into early Monday morning hours I'm WLKY meteorologists Suzanne Horgan your at home with Gerry Solomon on news radio eight forty WHAS it is the weekend and thank you so much for joining me because we're going to have a very special show and indoor air quality by the way this hours brought to you by Joe all's cleaners and by the way they have a disinfectant that I would strongly urge everyone to get N. incorporate that in your home cleaning whether it's the door knobs it's is Andres.
"joe all" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Did you just know that because I think last time we gave our YouTube channel different address. Now, I said, go to YouTube and search for your money or wealth. That was too. Cope, your financial of them, because that's what they named it a long time ago before I was here. Okay. All right. All right. So now we got that clarified you all that stuff. All right. So we got a lot of emails, we've been kind of. Toss trillion for like a month. So. Come on. They've been piling up. Heavy heavy bag. It is it is. So go right to I think so. Okay. Because then we can kind of tell stories around. I gotta warn you. I because last time I got in trouble for having things that were just comments on here. We've got some people who have left us comments about our previous podcasts. So some of them do or don't have. Of course. That's the first ones come it. Okay. It's a nice it. All right. So I'll skip that go to your money, what that count, scroll down and click s Joe L on the air, you can send us our questions comments or a voice recording as we get a ton of those that would gun to write something like that to then we had a fake those through. That was your mother. It was written man. He's. Full transparency. I like that Joe all right. We got from San Diego writes in Joe Lim. Big Al love. Love your podcast with the entertaining banner. Hey, thank you won't it's nice even turned his CPA brother onto the show and even looks for listening guys. All right, brother, nice. The combination of very useful information with your wicked sense of humor makes for a very, very joy to listen. Just wanted to mention that your recent podcast on Medicare, I think Joe said that in general everyone even if employed should sign up for Medicare Part because there is no cost. In other discussions, you have had on Medicare. It was made clear that once on Medicare, one, can no longer contribute to an HSA. So if someone is still working in once they continue to contribute to an HSA that person, probably shoot delay Medicare, this delay, as long as the hell plant is a qualified plan will not result in any penalty. Once the person signs up after losing that health coverage and also should note that Cobra Donna qualifying health plan. A friend of mine learned that the hard way in his paying a permanent penalty for that mistake. Thank you for the great information, and entertainment. Yeah. The reason we didn't say that is because it would've taken. When you're absolutely right there. But. Isn't. I don't because we've just wing this. Right. I believe that HSA qualifications. Or no longer vacation isn't Medicare of that. You sign up for Medicare believe it's age sixty five you would be wrong. Okay. Because I like to that. Oh you did. Yeah. Oh you already pre. It's pretty words just because that's actually I would have said the same thing. But it turns that if you sign up for a or b or c or d then you cannot do HSA plan. So if you actually want to if you have a qualifying plan. Right. So that you have to have that in the first place. And if you're in your sixty five years of age, then you wouldn't sign up for party because then you could continue to fund it. So we've probably blown a lot of people up. Yeah. So then we're like, oh, they listen to the podcast go up the because I said, well, you said. Really? Not. I heard that from JoAnne. In line to the Medicare out this since. And then they're trying to contribute to their h is saying, guess what? They're like. No, you stupid person. Of course, the source was the internet. That I found it's pretty good sweat. But I but I, but I had I got about five different sources. And they all said the same thing you don't. Look it up. I know it's Medicare a Medicare. I know for sure, but you can't contribute to an ancient sake thought it was age five because of what I heard from your money, your wealth. All right, anyway. So you're right. Thanks for that clarification, appreciate that. And thanks for seven the love to your CPA, brother. Yeah, that's really nice. In the rose can be like these are bunch of. Yeah. I mean he probably called his brother own goes. These guys are up the they don't know what they're talking. So they're just waiting for us. The blow up if you don't like the show, tell people. That doesn't matter Judy she. She's little see the again, the latest podcast talked about estimated payments that cover alternative year. Donations okay. I'm retired. With pension not yet taking social security, or using our MD, our MDC required minimum distribution. I don't know how you use them are d-. Maybe spend an arm D. But if you're not using it, do you think he's already taking it in not spending it or she's not seventy and a half? Okay. I do move sect ones. I she's nuts. Seventy and a half. We'll make that some. Okay. But she's not using our MD. Yeah. All right. I do move some funds to Roth taxes taken in make charitable donations. Can you explain form? W. K. R P Cincinnati. Never that. Those form w slash four-pete. That was Lonnie Anderson. It wasn't related. That's that. Distance. Yeah. I was under the impression that I could use this form at the end of the year. If I needed to make an additional tax payments without penalty, second questions. Are there seat penalties to if so can you tell me about California? Thank you, learn a lot from you all. So what she stating here is that with estimated taxes, and then we talked about this last week. I believe we did is that there's a timing sequence with the Mehta taxes, and you can kind of talk about it a little bit. This is interesting. It's like may try to talk about what let's just. We should we answer this up to the break. We got time. Okay. I got the w 4-p. This. I was prepared Preston, withholding certificate for pension, and annuity payments. Yeah. So it's, it's W4.'s if you're an employee W4. P is wrenching on your pension. So, basically, all this is doing is, it's telling your the pay or that your pension, how much withhold from your from your I nine or what are those called or well it's, it's, it's a Dudley w nine that, that's if you are independent contractor, I think member, but, you know when you first get your job. Yeah. That's Debbie four w four singing. Already. Whatever. I still think there's four here. I'm aware of that. Cutie sorry. So I'm going to try to answer your question. The question why your question was can you you're under under the impression that you could use this form at the end of the year? If you need to make any tax payments. That's, that's not correct. Because this form is so you can withhold from your pension payment. If you've got a gigantic pension payment of eight thousand dollars a month, and you want to withhold at all, then you would change this form for the month of December. But if you need to make a payment, larger than your pension payment, you could not do that could change it throughout the year here. But it's like all right. Well instead of taking three hundred dollars out you're going to take four hundred dollars ten thousand dollars at the end of the year. I mean, it would be pretty hard to make that catch up. Yeah, yeah. That's exactly right. So some people I mean I'm not saying this is right or wrong. Good or bad. I'm just saying with some people do. And that is they have they have low withholding at the beginning of the year. So they have more use of the funds than they have higher withholding at the end of the year. So they basically catch up to the right spot. And then by year end you've got the right amount of withholding the. IRS and state of California has no idea when that was withheld. And that actually is valid now if you get to December, like I said, let's, let's use a real example you five thousand dollars, but your pension payments three thousand what you could change your W4. pe-. If if you're player if the pension company allows you time to do it, and have three thousand dollars withheld fully right? But you still sort two thousand dollars, you're going to have to make an estimated payment for that. And you will be penalized because you made it in December, not, not April June September and then January. So there's penalties if you under withheld. Yeah. And is there team penalties California? It's the same rule Sam exact real penalty is pretty small mall. It's about three percent annual interest, so it's not like the end of the world. So if you thousand dollars three percent votes, you know, a couple of bucks. Yeah. Right. All right, Judy. Hopefully that helps thanks for listening. 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"joe all" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Media, and the UN and a lot of these government agencies are kicking normal or natural. Events and presenting them as if a natural. So you get a storm Joe. All right. We never seen a storm like this before this is the worst on record, and so on and so forth. But when you get back and start to look at a longer context. Weather. So even if you do a hundred years, you get a very different picture of what is actually going on. And just to on a lot longer scale than that, you know, they're saying that there was a Japanese report came out the other day that always is the warmest, five years on record and so on. Well in the last ten thousand years it's been warmer than this year for ninety five percent of the last ten years. And, and of course, people don't know that. So they're able to carry pick the, the period of time and say and make these statements that within the period of time that they're using is accurate, but when you take a longer portion of the record, it suddenly changes the whole picture. And this is the, the sort of thing that's been going on, with this say, cherry picking up data is a serious. Problem in the old climate issue. But it also applies in terms of environmental issues that the the are the argument over others environments worse. And so on simply not true. Tim this weekend. I was in Denver taping are beyond belief television programs. What of our guests were an upcoming program. Daniel pinch back who's been on the radio show is well over the years is a man made climate change proponent, and I was talking to him. And I said, well, let's, let's talk about the debate ability about this today annual in he immediately stopped me and said, it's not a debate, it's not debatable. Why is this so emotional with so many people? This is the strange thing. It for example, a lot of people will say to me, including scientists, by the way, that we agree with you, that the weather is perfectly normal well within natural variability, but we would never say that publicly, and you'll find people that people say to me, you know, I told my family I didn't buy the global warming duty humans nonsense and immediately. Get austria. People. Hold incredibly powerful, strong us about something. They know absolutely nothing about, and this is what's remarkable about this. The, the sort of hysteria that takes over with people with certain issues where they have very very definite views of something that they say that they know absolutely nothing about why can't people though, Tim just sit down and say, okay, there's a problem here. The climate is changing and it's changing drastically. What can we do about it? How can we help mankind rather than blaming what the causes necessarily well, the premise of your question is, is not correct? The first thing that what's got to happen, if, if people need to be educated about what the climate is, and how much it changes over time. And once you do that, then you can start to say to people okay now what do you. But unfortunately, if you do it the way you suggest again, all you get is this emotional ill-informed response. I mean if it's an earth cycle in terms of climate change. There's really nothing we can do about it. Is there other than move inland and things like that? Starkly as humans survived. You know, when the ice sheets were pushing down over Europe and North America, we migrated to the tizzy lower latitudes in the warmer climates, and then when the ice retreated, we moved north with it. And so we always adopted an adjusted in fact, a lot of migration out of Europe into North America, and the and the establishment of America was due to the, the weather conditions that caused harvest failure. And, and so people have left Europe, in south in the hundreds of thousands. So we've always been adopting a jesting and, and accommodating, the weather. And of course you see that with the arrive look people in North America over the Bering land bridge, that as, as they were able to escape from Asia, and the cold and the severe conditions and get across very land bridge into. To North America to, to survive to, to get enough food supply. So this is the whole history of humanity is adjusting to Dopp drinking and, and. Coping with the weather. What's going on, with Al Gore? The guy who almost singlehandedly told the world that it's manmade climate change. Well, of course you always these. Lost a lot of credibility, but this is the problem at what point how, and it's really interesting question it relates to what we talked about earlier at what point does it? I news how the particular view suddenly realize, and if they know I'm wrong, and it takes it takes a very, very strong person to come out and say, no, I was wrong and, and grow. Obviously doesn't have that kind of intestinal fortitude. But when you look at I wrote an article my last article was all about all that any world leader has to do is look at one or two, very simple facts, and, and they would see right away that the whole warming due to humans and seal two if absolute rubbish but they don't do it. The, the only world leader ever actually made a sensible comment, based upon looking at the facts. Was Vaclav Klaus who was the head of the Czech Republic. And but, but nobody else has done it. They've all got along with it because it's, it's politically expedient. It, it gives them, power and control over the people. You know, the sky's falling and all save you from it. Oh, and by the way, it's going to cost me a lot of money to do that. So I have to have a carbon tax. So this is what what's really disturbing about all of this is the use of this frightening or extortion. Really, is what it is in order to control the people. And that, that, of course, is what people are coming to realize the difference between a leader and politician apoliticial will exploit the science of the environment for, for their agenda, but, but a leader, I mean when you look at what Trump is doing. We're Trump's got will happen. A physicist. He's been studying this for forty years in, in his in the White House advising on what's actually going on. What's really going on? And so, hopefully, we'll we'll come to some sensible position at some point, but up to now the world, the world leaders of failed is completely Tim, what does science say about climate change? What is it telling us well it what's when you say science, you'd have to define science? The official United Nations government controlled science is telling us that they looked out of the through the intergovernmental panel on climate change. They looked at climate change, and they determined that CO two from humans was causing global temperature rise. What they what they don't publicize and. They should is that the actual definition of climate change that they were given to look at was you only look at human causes of climate change. Well, the difficulty with that is unless, you know, and understand, and look at natural causes of climate change. You can't possibly identify any possible affect humans might have. And, and so they, they, they, they have visited, it's sort of, like this, by the way, Jauregui, discovered a long time ago is I used to think the commissions of inquiry were great because it took the politics out of an issue. But the very first commission of inquiry, I was appointed to the we the terms of reference and the four from the politicians and the bureaucrats which, which effectively predetermined the outcome of our inquiry, and I told the my look, you give us a complete access everything. Otherwise, i'm. I'm gonna go to the media and say that you're trying to predetermine the outcome. Well, that's what happened with this climate change. So when you asked me, well, what does science say the official science is saying, what they are predetermined until to say the few of us that their challenge that, of course, are attacked and marginalized, first of all, felony skeptics until we pointed out, certainly pointed out that all all scientists are step fix? If you're not a skeptic other scientists, and then it's which to you're a climate change denier. Well, no, I'm not I've never deny climate change. Well, I'm denying that there's any evidence that humans are having an impact on it. But this is this is all done to marginalize people that Garrett a question. This government determined science and government doing science is the most dangerous thing. You can have gym when we come back, let's talk about money. How much money is involved? With us with the climate deniers one way or another. And then we'll take calls with you next hour here on coast to coast AM. Let's talk about sea levels. They say that it may be twice as high doubling the increase than they thought we'll talk about why the coast website is now conveniently optimized for mobile devices. If you're a coast insider, you can listen to live in pass chose right on your phone. Just visit coast to coast, AM dot com on your iphone or Android browser..
"joe all" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"One who'll be close, but it does feel like Titus Oklahoma. Now that should be good. Fuck man. Awesome. Big cather loss-making. Red River to blue bloods, going at it down. Man. I got the crowd I need to full together. All right. So week thirteen we have a couple good games a couple of really bad games. So let's go through it. Let's let's give a little preview we to do. The are. We sure they're good game. I have two two games for that. Okay. You go first. So my this is gonna trigger hang, but it's New England Minnesota. Yup. That was one of mine because I mean New England looked like shit last week. They won. We'll know what they look bad. Here's what it is. It's it's a great test for both teams. So I feel like whoever wins that game. Especially if it's a, you know, a very definitive win. You're gonna sit come away and say okay that team's ready for the playoffs. Do you think they unflexible game because of Kirk cousins or because of Tom Brady probably Kirk cousins three weeks in a row of Kirk cousins. On Sunday night is a little too much for that his way. We've had our full dose. Shocker, right. Keep loving football. Not did put up the stat side by side for cousins and Brady cousins if we were to do like a blind comparison of the two cousins has had a much better. For statistical year watch cousins cousins also is one of those sneaky guys he's got the Matt Stafford disease where if against teams that finished like over five hundred he's atro- to trust me. Tro, Joe all about the Kirk cousins bad. Yeah. My other are we sure they're good game. I threw it in their Packers cardinals. And this is obviously the cardinals aren't good. But if the Packers have any chance of going to play offs. They got to win this game by like twenty one. Yeah. So I went back, and I looked at the tape of Aaron Rodgers the very first game that he mentioned after last week's loss when they asked him how they could get to the place. First thing he said was what we got beat the cardinals. Right. So that was number one on his like, this is what the Packers are gonna fucking do. They're going to hang around. And everyone's gonna I already saw the graphic. It's like this is what needs to happen for the Packers get there if they don't win this game by twenty one don't even do the graphics. Don't even worry about it. The cardinals were that bad. Josh rosen. I already can close my eyes. He's going to he's going to go nine for sixteen for ninety six yards. So every three years we have that year with Larry FitzGerald where you just feel bad for them all year, and you're like said happening. Eighteen eighty two. Yeah. I think this might be the worst year for just feeling bad for this or the John skeleton year. Yeah, he should have retired a couple years. He should've retire with Carson pole. Yeah..
"joe all" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Military stuff second amendment which is fading here in California and things, that, go, poop, poop poop. You all we'll talk about pupils Syria Ukraine and other stuff here this. Little bit. This hour eight hundred five. Zero one seven zero. Eight zero eight hundred five. Zero one seven zero eight zero and we only have two and a half hours until. The kickoff the Washington state Cougars at Laramie Wyoming is the. Wyoming Cowboys the epicenter of the college football universe is going to be my living room and I get home and get my cougar's stuff on for all. Of. You there five ninety AM NewsRadio five nine In Seattle how you doing All you could anyway we just had a spirited discussion, with with the young. Jet they're out of Spokane if if you, heard that good for you we're not gonna replay it and it was in regards to. Whether, or not John McCain literally the guy the guy ended with. This is the, fantasy world this guy had and I say this because. I know he's still listening I know he's driving, around south hill Listening by the end of the phone call the guy said. That, John McCain was literally directing North Vietnamese surface to air missile. Operators like during, the commercial he's planning to specific at four zero flying. Over going Anthony I hate that bitch It was ludicrous but this is the funny part is the McCain hatred and the tends to be overwhelmingly democrat democrat your here's, here's why you should be proud I dunno one democrat, who so psycho. Even said, that in two thousand eight k. but here, it is in two thousand eighteen and it tends to be Trump supporters who have given. Up their critical thinking, and we'll defend what Trump said in two thousand fifteen which. Is indefensible but anyway Grayson in lovely, Mason Arizona thanks. For calling I just wanted. To I I can't. Stop laughing right now my, friends still SAM's we're firing at the raiders but you're trivia could to Senator McCain last week in, a. Dark secret place Yeah. Moved me to tears. Oh thank you I really, appreciate your insight and of course I'm geeking out too because you're seventy one Walk around oh yes yes and it's funny because I I literally play your secret sticker place. On a loop and I just tag them. And, I let it run. All, weekend and. I just so happened this. Moment moments ago I didn't realize that I was on joepags And I'm like oh I, haven't heard this before and I'm like. Oh, that's today it's now and so. Of, course I hear this I won't. Use explicatives at this guy. Talking I it just blows my mind where these people. Come from and and I really appreciate you putting them back in place but please keep up the great work yeah, he sounded like a husky. The yeah, the. Deal is for people listening, my show dark secret place if you go on iheartradio you can download the podcast it's the most downloaded podcast from America's number one radio station do now now. And now. And the deal is I here's the thing I listened to that it's not, often that emotion Bleeds through in my normally draft. But lovable exterior but I was. In that hour it's nine o'clock hour from us we show I was choking up because he. Has been a. Hero of mine all my life I I had I'm. Not kidding about this wherever I worked in radio I. Had two days off and written in my contracts one of them was the day after Jimmy, Stewart dies and the day after Ronald Reagan dies and I was at a doing. A wacky morning show. In, Reno to alternative station when Jimmy Stewart died Jimmy Stewart is a huge hero of mine because he joined the army air. Corps a year before Pearl Harbor and all that he did this very. Selfless man who I had, the honor of meeting Ronald Reagan goes without saying I happen to, be deployed with the Washington army National Guard's one six one infantry Charlie company when Reagan, died and I briefed my guys and I said we are going to be. The most pissed off the. Troll in Iraq today nobody better f- with us I. Almost feel like giving. People warning don't ambushes today Reagan died, you don't know the pain I'm going to bring down on you with my. VHF radio and an f.. Fifteen don't do it and we had a peaceful day And so the literally the those were the two days. I had John, John McCain also, you know, a hero and I had. The great, honor like, it's a meeting and then talking. With them and then. Slightly pissing, them, off but you know at the end he said thank you, for, the, input he said you. Know I even heard of that stuff. Thank you. Very, much, and, so, yeah I just wanted you to know yet brother from another mother lovely. Arizona, so appreciate. Your work keep it up. And just carry on all right hey rematch Arizona man we'll be by the way who you listening. On your on the blaze okay Yeah Yeah it's. Huge. Cool there you. Go thanks very. Much we'll we'll talk to. Kim Kim is in. Illinois thanks for calling the. Weekend Brian sits in here for. Joepags, hi, Brian this person I've I've ever heard, of you have heard, China Joe all the time that I love. You and I was just calling into first of, all, say thank you for your service and sacrifice for this, country and I am a huge military. Supporter Anyone, that wants to say anything bad about somebody in the, military that has never walked in there And especially John McCain why he went, through I don't know if anybody can started a couple of minutes of what. That man went through and it. Was all he when the newspapers. Reported that Admiral John s McCain the second son was shot down all object was out the window They knew the North Vietnamese figured out it, was him they gave him better medical. Treatment and then there. When he healed up and they realize what a propaganda coup it would be they released him, out of charity or or magnanimity and he said no he said no we. Have a code of conduct first. In first out I can't line And they strapped him to a Rafter and they began to beat the living crap out of him for weeks and. Weeks and weeks and there he nearly died he. Actually prepared is. On suicide and the guards realize what. A failure that would be and the other, POW's told them to leave and, he wouldn't do it that's the reason he's. He's a hero. Any I can get shot down of an, hour annoyed that's not why the guy, is a hero it's because exactly I know exactly what you're saying never serving military I've had family members, in their Bank I've never known. Anybody to, survive like that and I have so much. Respect but I wanted to say about Meghan McCain I. Love her she is such a strong inspiration for winning and I don't care about John's politics but I respected him because he. Listened and he did a lot of that respect. Per service like, that. But he, wasn't, a great congressman so I I don't have anything to. Say about it Like that but I'm calling On the radio, I don't have a TV but she. May be cry Our she's a personal. Friend I filled in for her for, years for years during her show and I can say I if anyone if John, McCain's legendary temper went to anyone in his DNA chain because she went she goes to, another gear, when when you poke. Her about, something she. Deeply believes in oh yes she, doesn't hold back it's, it's it's fine? And that's what I told my I told my daughter you know what never be afraid of defending your ideas. Just because? A man says? It don't, you don't back down and Brian what's that how's. Your daughter she's nine nine, years since she was born Ronald, Reagan the Megan is. I I, caught that. Megan is would be a good, role model for her, because I I? Never watched the view I never watch much of it because I watch her on FOX of five women what. Is it? Chewed on their? First for, awhile with a bio outnumbered yet Number and ever since then I've liked her a lot I knew who she was she's. An inspiration for all women for what she, was going through between Trump and her dad she never did talk disrespectful about. Donald I had. To appraiser, for that because I, just wanted to say thank you for your service and I and I want to, say to all the no. Cherry people out there thank you for your service to the country and we wouldn't. Be anywhere we didn't have you is there's Kim in Illinois thanks for calling Thanks good Labor Day we'll be back..
"joe all" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Six 'til ten on seven. Ten w Are Very happy Thursday morning to you now before the break, there Joe and I were talking about Rhonda Santa's and he, said, yesterday don't monkey this. Up let's not monkey this. Up and his comment, was let's. Not I, think elect a progressive socialist who he's running against for the governorship of Florida and screw up the economy with a whole bunch of crazy left wing, ideas but the mainstream media pounced on. It and because Andrew Jilin his opponent is. Black they said he used the word. Monkey so he's a. Racist let's hear the full context of what the Santa's. Said, well, look I, mean this is a Florida elections are always, competitive and you, know this is a guy, who although he's much too too liberal for, Florida I think he's got huge problems with how he's. Governed. Tallahassee You know, he, is an articulate spokesman. For those far left views. And he's a charismatic, candidate and. I watched, those democratic debates none of that it was as my Cup of tea but I mean he performed better than the other people there so so we've, got to work hard to make sure. That we continue Florida going in a good. Direction let's build off the success we've. Had on governor Scott. The last thing we need to do is to monkey. This, up, by trying, to embrace a socialist agenda with huge tax, increases and bankrupting, the state that is not, gonna work that's not going to be good, for Florida that does not sound racist to me I'm sorry White House race because he's the word articulate I've never heard you used the word monkey things up I me all. Right I'll use it I'll use it all. Morning long don't monkey out here this. Morning Joe All right the other, thing too. Is look at I. Understand this is probably getting blown out of proportion but the monkey reference came after he was talking about Gillam I. Think you. I I think when you. Put it in context it's worse I. Don't think so, I think clearly he is talking about, a socialist agenda that's going to rack rash of use kit up a phrase. I don't I don't see the racism I don't hear. The racism. In it. I really don't. But I think I guess you. Know mainstream media is looking for. Anything Over. These Trump. Candidate these sometimes these things. Are subtle I don't think so I. Don't think so, well you and I will agree to, disagree but we're going to battle.
"joe all" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"joe all" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Joe kager why i joe all due respect uh this man has done a heck of a job the whole entire attorney firms and all that i just was not at the point at this time uh ready to sign off on it i have my own convictions and everything i didn't wanna take a chance on if i signed off not being able to you know uh research and do more work i i feel there's more out there to do against the pont so and i tell by signing off i would you know possibly be gagged than i didn't want that backing i was actually dropped uh from the class action suit i currently don't have a suit filed against him because none of the linked diseases from the science panel uh i have and uh at this point they weren't willing to say that the deformities are a cause now you talk about the science panel rob explain what that is at the time we reached a settlement with dupont in two thousand and four for the class action lawsuit that joe joe when i had gone uh one of the things that we wanted to do was actually do a thorough human health study most of what had been done up to that point had been done with adult primarily addle healthy male worker populations in their typically weren't big enough population sizes in these studies to draw with the companies were would refer to as statistically significant leave valid results in needed huge numbers in order to find rare diseases particularly cancers or birth defect outcomes so what we sat down and negotiated with du pont was that there needed to be an actual fullblown held steady done of this community to find out what would drinking this chemical at the levels that these people are actually drinking what would that do what kind of diseases could that actually result in and we decided we would pick completely independent scientists these had to be people that both sides agreed were unbiased one way or the other and believe it or not we were able to actually select three epidemiologists of both sides agreed could look at all of the data what was published what was on published in the side is there a link between drinking this in the water in these diseases and it took about seven years seventy thousand people in the community came forward and participated in the study and at the end of.
"joe all" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Kfi am 640 it is the conway joe all right we have a couple of guys in studio here one of the guys have known since i think i was like seven years old maybe eight years old getting pod browbeat who's a terrific lawyer and his son andrew crouch would currently goes to a michigan university of michigan in ann arbor there i just outside of detroit and welcome to the cellist i've seen a two year and travelling yeah like a joke good to be here hard crushed what did we meet howled where we get a right the right in the mic about we were probably were third grade right and how will you and third grade nine eight i know it's been a long time is been a long time bub by die for people think you and i just connected again on facebook that's not true now i i think i text you or you text me recall each other at least once a day that's correct and that is pretty clutter everyday not every day but i'll shave my taxes sometimes it's a lot during the day sometimes i got crouch they have anything to do i was thinking the same thing but you work at a i and law firm and glendale and what's the the terry ocoee me is the place we go to turkey me actually on the staff members weather today in mentioned that uh you and i have been there that's pretty cool as excellent todd crouch growing up one of the more honest guys i think of our group of friends group of like you know ten of us that hang out almost to a fault assume with them dishonest well alyehya yeah but we're playing flag football and somebody called a penalty we always turned to crouch ahead was at a penalty and he didn't care who cbo sanni like did this is where sought but you got to have your dad bright your dad was a big sports guy i mean he he your dad showed up to all the games that you and your brothers played which is pretty cool very cool yeah.
"joe all" Discussed on This Week in Startups
"We've a technology which were harnessing no and we believe it can achieve great things in the real world data airbnb or exactly like there's has lowers dna sacks these are physical real products natcheh software and it's not an easy problem that we're trying to solve its going to take a bit of time but we are doing it right now even my cofounder joe for example is in new york today he's been named a and std pioneer by the united nations when vanni ten people and he's been given the accolade of std pioneer for block jets were that let your tj developmental goal it is un yeah it's the second unit sustainable development goals yet it's a fancy word for it priorities at the united nations we we think is the world's toughest todo list handed seventeen goals set by one hundred ninety three countries backed by the nsms goal some of those goals include some of them would be for example targets sixteen and there is a subtarget then called targets sixteen point nine and targets sixteen point nine is to bring legal identity to everybody on the planet by the are 2030 we are speeding that up thirteen years and view and if just recognised that this week we're even up in a billboard in times square moco founder joe all right so tell us what does a tech deal because we're we're sorry to dance around it but i like i always asked the founder explicity actress question what does a tech to so what we do is we are using digital identity based and block chain technology to reduce fraud and corruption so to give you a bit of context jason 44 trillion dollars is lost each year because of fraud corruption and lack of transparency while we have done is we have created a digital identity which is based and blockchain's and with this dan we are distributing services like welfare remittances aid and donations completely transparently with the block teen is the foundation and teach light dented has to receiving mechanism right so here we have it an aide tech digital id card with you our code on it exactly so when we met you were working with.
"joe all" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"What a backup quarterback joe all back dabble the name folk who man hospital because they were there may for sure very pick up a career prouteau of care so i took it it i think crossed over there so a lot of co and who wish today with a game in the execute it moya jay you know what i i remember when sins went down in giants fans were swinging within knowing that they had hostetler there but the giant offense one from a dropped back quarterbacking sins a prolific pocket passer tool guy they could create things on his own a guy that he knows is played by instinct and that's the way hostetler play west virginia and that's the way that he played the nfl that not only was he solid further giants than one onto the rate is in of course sad style seen as their reckless abandon at times he was still dirty cerebal quarterback and somebody that could talk to task but he was somebody no these two guys and the pocket collapsing these guys coming around the end he's like i'm out of here man and i'm big enough that i'm gonna probably take out that i got i don't deep them i'm going to take him head on and that's the way haas played would you gave up of the mentioned the core salo ever bearable mobile quarterback where so much ability to get out fat a popular may place apprehend i think they didn't quite know how to prepare for so we we got them up jeff howe but he showed his show fair enough parking taken blowing up the global yet he chipped in very good place and of course we remember the country under so much pressure there with everything going on in the middle east and it was ironic the way that two teams of bulls were red white and blue has dare colors end up meeting cnet big gene and is heartbreaking as it was for buffalo bills fans and i always said you know scotty nor would i mean i can't who's probably get some sixty yards.