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SWAT Team Responds To Chicago's 875 North Michigan For Reports Of Shots Fired
"Was dispatched to a prominent Chicago address last night. The team was sent to the building formerly known as the John Hancock Center on North Michigan Avenue. They were responding to reports of a gunshot and one of the buildings residential floors. When the team arrived and entered the unit. The alleged offender was no longer there. Ah, bullet fragment was found inside an adjacent apartment. No one was hurt Davis one double GM News Shut
Investing for a Better Tomorrow with Greg Johnson and Paul West
"Fire nation sitting very patiently listening to all the great words of wisdom that you're gonna be sharing with us about investing for a better to morrow ends greg. Let's start with you. I'm curious about your thoughts on the importance of both diversification in risk tolerance when it comes to creating long term wealth. My audience are entrepreneurs. Small business owners. They really need to understand. Where diversification in risk tolerance are going to play in their world's good question. It's good concept. I yeah we deal with a lot of times with our clients you know. Sometimes you know when we have new clients or when we're talking to are trying to pitch the new people as well but He'll which really kind of interesting is a lot of people. Feel like you're not in the market meaning in by their terms of the market is just equities That is the only way you can make a return now. It's the only way of long hung to be successful if you do look at you know. Equities will perform better than obviously other asset classes. You know over the long haul. I we kind of showed our clients. And you'd look at you know the Portfolio just the s p. Five hundred since two thousand until now in menu look at the a diversified portfolio. Where it's sixty cord sixty percent Equities forty percent barnes. She may have some. Neil that as well may have some International stocks on the equity side but the sixty forty portfolio actually rob performance. Confide under which really interesting edgy. Do that taking less risk so what. I really say the people is look at times. We go up to seventy or eighty percent stocks. You know there's going to be other times when you make below sixty or sixty forty down to fifty fifty something of that nature. But you don't just believe that by taking risk your get returns for it. And that's something that's it's difficult concept for people to understand especially earlier but careers but it's something once you do understand it's gonna awards over the long haul and fire. Nation is critical. To think about is even when greg sharing this information and you know he might be talking about a one or two percents. You know of a higher return per year. My some people might kind of be like Well is that really that big of a deal and the answer is it's a huge deal as a massive deal over the course of a ten year portfolio. I mean it literally can be the difference of millions and millions of dollars so paul. What do you want to add to what greg share. What do you wanna riff on. Greg makes good points here. Just a piece i would add onto. This is diversification is all to help people be comfortable so when i think about risk. It's a lot of it's behavioral Everyone likes to chase latest had ideas. We're certainly seeing that ear and twenty twenty out so we had the market deterioration in Bartsch what happens every start selling because see other people selling and what had been happening since markets back quite nicely so if you did nothing to x. point in a better spot if you properly allocated to begin with The market's always done a wonderful job of making the majority of people and that's why having the right play together is a really good strategy and it's hard right because it's you see other people making money. You wanna make adjustments because no-one wants to feel like they're not the smartest person in the room so they wanna go chase returns. And that's why with you build out a plan and build out a target asset allocation curve. Sticking to it by greg. Bench is the most important thing they could do now. I just want to be very clear. Fire nation. that's. I'm not near the level of either gregor paul and the financial knowledge space. I spend a few years of john. Hancock in corporate finance. And i did my six three six six and my series seven as well so i do kind of know the talk and i know the lingering understands some things although it's been a long time and one thing that i really was thinking about when policy talking. Was you know. There is a big big difficulty when people churn when they come in and out of investments a lot. Because there's just a lot of fight this fees just a lot of expenses that go along when you are churning in and out of things and that's why you know when paul was going through and saying hey like if you're actually properly allocated at the beginning and probably diversified the beginning and you wait things out your oftentimes a lot better situation. Because over the last seventy eight plus years markets you know been nicely trending up but one thing i wanna talk about and let's stick with you here paul on this one is how can an investor enter and exit a position properly. Because i know that we don't wanna do this often times when you do want to actually get in or get out of a specific position. How do they do that properly. Given their specific time horizon there's probably several different pathways. You go down with this. John but i mean you're talking about specific positions. They usually mean. Someone's investing with money that i'm going to call. It is Disposable because they're now make it a calculated risk on when to get in and went to get out so there is certain timing things and what we see in especially for all your listeners. If they're working or they're busy during the day then they're not making trades during core hours. So it's easy to do sit at home at night. You're on your ipad it. You're looking up stuff. You're doing your own research. Like oh i really like this so you go enter in an order. Now you're dealing with after mark trading hours. So you need to be smart about when you're actually implementing your trade because a good traders know that People who don't do this frequently will push the buttons at odd times of day into especially if they don't understand the difference between what we call market orders versus limit orders. Where you actually name. Your price is people can be caught up guards. We wanted to be careful with that in like getting in and out is in. I always advise against it. Because you're just you're you're guessing. I'd almost rather say hey. Who do you like to bet on the football game. If you're probably just been chance to get that one right your point also about disposable income. I've always been a believer in having your core and then you're explore so you have your core. That's going to be that rightly diversified. Where you're in it for the long haul. This is the long term time horizon. But you know you can have that explore if you really want t know tesha waters in a few things but it should be within that disposable income
History of the Fourth of July - Brief History & Early Celebrations
"You know, the first Independence day was actually celebrated on July 8th, 17 76. The official signing of the declaration. Independence took place on August 2nd. Only two men signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4th, 17 76. That was Charles Johnson and the infamous John Hancock, where the other only the only two who actually signed the declaration on July 4th. The other 54 delegates signed over course of the next month. One who signed later recanted the declaration of Independence. That was Richard Stocked in a lawyer from New Jersey. New Jersey E can't do that East Coast accent or the dam. He became the only signer declaration independence, too. Recant his support of the revolution. After being captured by the British in November 17 76 and was thrown in jail. Thean ended. The declaration of Independence was written on a laptop, not the modern day laptop, but still, Thomas Jefferson drafted the declaration of Independence. On a writing desk that could fit in one's lap. This device was referred to at the time as a laptop with White House celebrated the Indian Independence Day for the first time in 18 0 for Of men. Love fireworks, a $1,000,000,000 worked. According to America American Pyrotechnic Association. American spend more than a $1,000,000,000 on fireworks each year.
"john hancock" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"When it was over our remember my loader said Mug got the lifeline or cut right behind me that there was a near miss rebel. Cut The lifelines right behind me and that made me stop secondment it but it was over since we won we were slapping one note on the back like a football game and everything and hey we want and so then we calm down and till we got to midway and it started all over again. What they moved me by. So I'd have a bigger field Afar I guess all shooting pretty good. We're all DOT COM SO BUTTS SHRUGGED. Tracers in are you can't tell they're shooting back at you and everything but it midway they put me on astor out a into the olive structure so I could have a bigger field afar so I was there to shoot at the dive bombers torpedo planes especially they came mail drought on the port quarter and just kept coming over shipping fleet of Foreign Adam and you could barely see them shoot at them and they dropped torpedoes in two of them hit us and so that was caught a nervous and I walked down to letter to the flight deck to go forward to abandon ship and all these guys push playing down today respond them. They had settled that ladder during the battle and didn't have anything to do and I had to walk up going down a bomb hit hit today and just decimated. You had no choice to get down and you had to step them. Gosh Kinda bad but other than that. Just what Ford went over the side. What you're supposed to do you know the very early part of the Pacific War obviously went very badly from Pearl Harbor surrender of the Philippines yet. You were part of the effort at the Coral C. Which kind of stopped the bleeding at least and then midway reversed the momentum. So what does it mean to you to be part of those momentous parts of history will tell us a real game? Changer they say nowadays turned out from what we the news was Roosevelt's might deal with Churchill. Europe I so we were fighting with all of shoestring and we had these old carriers that had been built before. The War Yorktown was newest. Ones came to Hornet in the Wasp Saratoga and and enter into Lexington where old pocket battlecruiser it had converted because of that Treaty Worldwide Naval Treaty. And so they made those careers and we had these old slow airplanes like the TB that used last time it was used at midway and everybody got shot down practically slow And had a pop gun thirty caliber and a nose and then the rear got her head a twin thirties so we we were really fight with our backs against the wall. Everybody was asleep at the switch jets. Come into the Philippine. Funny thing about the Bomb Pearl Harbor on the Seventh Macarthur had twenty four hours notice and he had a general came in and told him the Japanese on that Taiwan or a loaded up bobbed baggage and they were going to come down and we had a big deterrent. Their B seventeen and B twenty four. That they were coming and he says I am loaded and ready to go on. Catch them on the ground author says. No let's wait till we hear from Washington so the next day they wiped out all his deterrent. So that's what you get. I guess if you don't teach the right courses at West Point Annapolis but that's what happened and so from then on we just hit and run hit and run until we hit head on it. Midway and Coral Sea and the Coral Sea was the first carrier bad luck. I said the history of the world and midway was a turning point and we were lucky on that because the Hornets crews got lost. So we only had. What was on your own enterprise of New York town And the Solomon Islands. They were sick and our shifts. Like no tomorrow we fight. We call. It be aren't bottle. Bay Down there because they sex many of our ships until we caught a turntable begin to sink there. So we were fighting our back against the wall Improved aircraft and they took jerks like men needed cannon fodder and send us to pilot training and so by the time the war ended. We had a navy's bigger the whole world. Baby I guess they were fifty thousand personnel in the navy when the war started. I read that someplace I mean what do I know you know so it was rough out to continue that. Did you realize at the time the significance not one? You're seventeen years all you. All you understand is wouldn't tell time comes in. Tampa and Liberty. That's about it. We've joined today by. Us Navy and World War Two veteran. John Hancock on veterans chronicles..
"john hancock" Discussed on Veterans Chronicles
"Our guest this week on veterans chronicles. Is John Hancock? He is a World War Two veteran. Us Navy veteran. He was a gun on board. The USS Yorktown during the pivotal battle of Midway in June of nineteen forty two as the allies seized momentum in the Pacific that would last throughout the rest of the war. Mr Hancock. Thank you very much for being with US employer. Let's start with the beginning of your story. Where were you born and raised? I was born and raised in South Georgia North Florida I was born August tenth. Nineteen twenty four if you can believe graduated from High School in Georgia Georgia Navy. October twenty seven which used to be Navy Day are just still is nineteen forty one and there were three hundred sixty dollars from that area that join the navy that day And we want to Norfolk for our boot. Training graduated December fifth nineteen forty one and Norfolk and Japanese changed our minds on two days. Later and one aboard Yorktown CV five on the following week. It was in Drydock in Newport News and we got underway a few days later and went around to the Florida Straits through the canal up to San Diego had a few days. There got Iran. After Christmas we left said Diego at cod void so more battalion marines and their material dropped him off Of course we didn't go in being on a carrier. We didn't go into foreign ports although some more was marcus for the Japanese were running rapid so we didn't know what was going to happen or anything and so we left there and we went out to sea and over. The horizon came on another battle fleet and additional hours. We had Six destroyers and two cruisers plus are carrier York doubt and hours and then this Battle Fleet. It turned out was commanded by later to become famous. William Bear falls here calling bull back and he took off. It landed on Yorktown a pilot fly. Molo. He was apologizing so And he and our Admiral Admiral Fletcher got their heads together without our permission to course decided to bomb the Japanese so the first retaliatory strike of the war coordinated battle fleet was done in the Marshall Gilbert Island by the enterprise and her battle group in New York town and our battlegroup. We left there. What Pearl Harbor our first time? They're there for a few days. Took it all supplies re-fuelled and all that stuff off and we left there and went down to the Carl See. Japanese had ball townsend in northern Australia. And they were tried to invade. Port Moresby New Guinea. And we joined the the Oh Lexington Lexington Had We'll ran back into and then we bumped into the gap unease and they bumped into us and we had what I carrier by. The history of the world called Battle of the Coral Sea old man. The eight nine thousand nine hundred forty two. We just celebrated the New York with the Australian survivors. The Lexington was soak and we took a couple of bald and my good friends in the Marine Corps. Lock to tell you that. The Marines were first ashore in the Solomon Islands on Guadalcanal turned out to our fodder played Johnny Adams. Scotland custody was all were strafed and carrying on the dive bombers And it took a hit the gas take because he did it and so they landed on the beach at Guadalcanal. Nobody there and add landed behind him. And so the navy beat are good buddies a few days anyway. We should've destroyer in to pick them up. And which took launch three times that day. Mom to log as the Japanese were landed enforce and That tip the Japanese off that America was there was a carrier to and so and next couple of days we join forces had had what was called the battle of the Coral Sea. Lexington was so we took a couple of ball hits and we left and came back to Pearl fleck speed because admiral limits toll are admiral. Admiral Fletcher Bustard apparrel. We left an oil slick all the way because Jeff should open the seem. We wouldn't Pearl Harbor. Went around four dollars and right into dry dock and of course just being a kid see when I just heard scuttle but they said that it's totally yard workers To have that ship out of their seventy two hours he knew about the COVINGTON midway so they sent all of us. Kids are sure to get us out of the way. I guess people do what they were doing. What to work around the clock so into seventy two hours. They flooded the draw. Could we backed out and went to see in between the I Wa who had Monaco. We recovered airplanes and we went to place it. They had designated as point look which is approximately one hundred fifty miles northeast of Midway Island and we sat there and waited on Jap we got there about June the first or the second and then on June the fourth are PB wise located the jet. Fleet six carriers and their accompanying escort So I have to be Scott lookout and hours. Run over the way the to bridge. You could hear the admiral talking to the captain. The more than a June fourth and captain came out and said the admiral the Py's was located part of the J applete. They reported to carrier. Admiral says well. Let's just wait till it gives us a better fix at pretty soon. And there was another report that they had found the main fleet or some such thing and then I heard the admiral. Tell the captain signal enterprise who had the The other admiral. Oh there that was junior to Admiral. Fletcher tell a lot to deck loads everything got off the enterprise and Hornet and we will follow. As soon as we recover our scouts. We had to scout duty that morning and so they took off at Fortuna. Our Scout Hove into view and we recovered and so we should off. Our Butterfly are dive bombers and torpedo planes and fighters away at turned out the enterprise. Crusty clusky spotted a Jap destroyer and followed it to the Japanese fleet. That destroyer was a JEB. Destroy which is keeping all of our subs down that had got in there and it paid off. He got there and it just so happened at Yorktown attack. Force got there at the same time. So For their carriers. Three other carriers and it's important to note that the reason they all had four carriers at midway because we psych wanted heavily damaged two others goes ahead six in their battle fleet that had bombed Pearl Harbor on December seventh but anyway They've missed one. That was under a rain cloud. They came back to the ship at a Japanese following them and they attacked us at dropped. The ball down our stack and one on the flight deck where I got wounded knocked out but it stopped us and we were did in water for about the lowered. Our finally got bowlers by Code. Line and we got underway at radar reported unidentified aircraft approaching from the West Ed so our fighter intercept and enterprise fighters went out to intercept. What was left of the Hornet when you see the Hornet squadrons got lost splashed into water so made it made it back but they got the play had said are played over to land on the enterprise and Hornet the Japanese torpedo planes and they drop torpedoes on us. I was firing at them like everybody else was questionable whether we hit anything or not but anyway they dropped. Two torpedoes hit us back on the port. Quarter added stopped us again and we were listed we over the port captain. Orders ordered us to abandon the ship so we did At the our our planes that were on the enterprise and Hornet went with what they had left and found out fourth carrier psyche. It so cycle carriers important thing. We had psyched those that water. Have it damage? The other two that were at Pearl Harbor had six as I said before there would have been six carriers up so that Kinda helped matters. I guess so. We abandon ship and I went over the side over the port side. The flight deck was dipping into water. I got lost from everybody else. Mcconnell look I found myself all alone the ocean has courage like in the air and I got caught. 'cause we were taking the wounded and put those life biscuits we call them around thing. Putting a wounded scenario holding all of them but more guys kept coming our way to one hundred and thirty pounds elbowed me off so I found myself all alone was getting Dark Halo Old Cape Hawke Life Jacket and I had a TAB hanging out. Look down at it. Said flotation assured for twelve hours. Getting dark and I'd been the water a couple of hours by then so just before it got to darkness destroyer and I'll never forget it. I live to be a thousand. Dd Four Levin turned out media USS Anderson so they put me on a mess table out in the hall they felt. I had shrapnel in my right leg and neck oh and So but anyway. They took care of that. The next day they transferred US underway to the heavy cruiser Portland Cold bags and we started her overnight and the next day the USS full to the subject or had come out from Pearl took us all aboard. We went to Pearl Harbor Sir. Let's pause right there. We'll take a quick break. We'll be right back with John. Hancock World War Two. Us Navy veteran on veterans chronicles. We are back on veterans chronicles on the Radio America network. I'm Greg Columbus and I'm joined today by John Hancock. He is a veteran of World War. Two the US Navy served as gunner on the Yorktown and Sir You were just explaining the harrowing story of abandoning ship when the Yorktown was repeatedly torpedoed during the battle of midway and you're ultimately picked up by a destroyer. What's going through your mind as as your floating in the water during that time well of course of action for somebody to come and pulled me out of it at it. You get off the cold because you get soaked with water your way out to see I was hoping somebody would come by and did And so I think we had gotten to the place where the transferred US underway from the heavy cruiser Portland to the Fulton Pearl Harbor and the Navy sent the whole crew down to a little place on Oahu called Cooler. Actually we were almost like prisoners of war because the Navy America did not want to Japanese though that we were suck and so we just had a lot of fun playing in the surf off. Have you while down the air? I was an expert. Something like picking up cigarette butts and stuff like that so raking so they had me out doing more expertise and this Phil I was working with another sailor should ask me if I fell right. I said of course he said I said why he said because your lips or purple okay. I looked at my fingernails and they were just black so they had a Cormon in a little dispensary there and I went in there and he checked my bottles. Loaded jeep cured man to the hospital in Pearl Harbor where they found it. My right lung had collapsed and was a lack of oxygen..
Coronavirus recession is "likely," economist says
"Stocks surged the most since October two thousand eight after president trump reassured investors his administration is taking measures to combat the coronavirus including stepping up testing and bolstering the oil market for the week however it was a losing week with the S. and P. five hundred index on the week plunging eight point eight percent as for the economic backdrop Jeff Kline top is chief global investment strategist at Charles Schwab we know what likely entering a global recession it's too early to tell the depth but the economy and the invulnerable to a shock after schooling last year we don't know what that shock is and if you're looking for past reference points for what has happened to markets Emily Rowland as co chief investment officer at John Hancock investments if you look at nineteen eighty seven which we would stay with yet another example of kind of a stock in a shock impact the market the market actually reclaim those prior highs in just under two years so we we would use that as an analog for what we're seeing today forecasters meanwhile see the American economy stumbling over the next three or so months and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinny del Jude ice longest economic expansion on record is slammed into an unprecedented threat the global pandemic covert nineteen kana surveyed by Bloomberg project U. S. growth will stall in the upcoming second quarter eking out a point one percent gain and that may be generous as things evolve economists also pick the probability of a US recession at forty percent the police outlook since the financial crisis in March two thousand
"john hancock" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Don't know what day it makes no difference anyway whatever so really we're gonna have to see how this plays out in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and other states around the country as well but we're very influenced and one of the reasons we like the idea of having to serve your best interests because some of the advice that we see people providing frankly is a device at all we've got Matthew Miskin he's the chief investment strategist for John Hancock now John Hancock is a pretty big company and you would expect their chief investment strategist to say something profound to help you in your investment management decision making he just announced that the chance of a recession in twenty twenty is fifty fifty seriously and it's fifty fifty I'm I'm wondering how much money we're paying Matthew Miskin of John Hancock the chief investment strategist to tell us that the chances of a recession our fifty fifty I can pretty much make a prediction on everything you can possibly in vision by telling you that the odds of it's happening is fifty fifty either it will or it won't all right final subject here on the program for the moment and that is your new year's resolutions I know I know I know you're busy focusing on the holiday season trying to get through that with all the gift giving and the decorations on the parties and all that kind of good stuff but it's not too late we already know what the top five financial resolutions are going to be for next year because the surveys are already out number one people.
"john hancock" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Don't know what day it makes no difference anyway whatever so really we're gonna have to see how this plays out in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and other states around the country as well but we're very influenced and one of the reasons we like the idea of having to serve your best interests because some of the advice that we see people providing frankly is a device at all we've got Matthew Miskin he's the chief investment strategist for John Handcock now John Hancock has a pretty big company and you would expect their chief investment strategist to say something profound to help you in your investment management decision making he just announced that the chance of a recession in twenty twenty is fifty fifty seriously and it's fifty fifty I'm I'm wondering how much money we're paying Matthew Miskin of John Hancock the chief investment strategist to tell us that the chances of a recession our fifty fifty I can pretty much make a prediction on everything you can possibly in vision by telling you that the odds of it's happening is fifty fifty either it will or it won't all right final subject here on the program for the moment and that is your new year's resolutions I know I know I know you're busy focusing on the holiday season trying to get through that with all the gift giving and the decorations on the parties and all that kind of good stuff but it's not too late we already know what the top five financial resolutions are going to be for next year because the surveys are already out number one people.
"john hancock" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Don't know what day it makes no difference so really we're gonna have to see how this plays out in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and other states around the country as well but we're very influenced and one of the reasons we like the idea of having to serve your best interests because some of the advice that we see people providing frankly is a device at all we've got Matthew Miskin he's the chief investment strategist for John Hancock now John Hancock has a pretty big company and you would expect their chief investment strategist to say something profound to help you in your investment management decision making he just announced but the chance of a recession in twenty twenty is fifty fifty seriously it's fifty fifty I'm I'm wondering how much money we're paying Matthew Miskin of John Hancock the chief investment strategist to tell us that the chances of a recession our fifty fifty I can pretty much make a prediction on everything you can possibly in vision by telling you that the odds of it's happening is fifty fifty either it will for it won't all right final subject here on the program for the moment and that is your new year's resolutions I know I know I know you're busy focusing on the holiday season trying to get through that with all the gift giving and the decorations on the parties and all that kind of good stuff but it's not too late we already know what the top five financial resolutions are going to be for next year because the surveys are already out number one people want to.
"john hancock" Discussed on WWL
"Don't know what day it makes no difference anyway whatever so really we're gonna have to see how this plays out in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and other states around the country as well but we're very influenced and one of the reasons we like the idea of having to serve your best interests because some of the advice that we see people providing frankly is a device at all we've got Matthew Miskin he's the chief investment strategist for John Hancock now John Hancock is a pretty big company and you would expect their chief investment strategist to say something profound to help you in your investment management decision making he just announced but the chance of a recession in twenty twenty is fifty fifty seriously I think it's fifty fifty I'm I'm wondering how much money we're paying Matthew Miskin of John Hancock the chief investment strategist to tell us that the chances of a recession our fifty fifty I can pretty much make a prediction on everything you can possibly in vision by telling you that the odds of it's happening is fifty fifty either it will or it won't all right final subject here on the program for the moment and that is your new year's resolutions I know I know I know you're busy focusing on the holiday season trying to get through that with all the gift giving and the decorations on the parties and all that kind of good stuff but it's not too late we already know what the top five financial resolutions are going to be.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"The John Hancock show. Brett Jetson here, taking up till six o'clock, again, telephone number seven four five seven eleven ten. You can also follow me on Twitter at Brett underscore. Jensen J, E N as N. All right. So like while there's a lot of news going on. And of course, the tragic situation that happened up on freedom drive late or early this morning. I should say late last night early this morning around three thirty or so a guy who's been working there since two thousand and two a husband father. And had moved here from Africa. And had been there working since two thousand two at the at the shell station on freedom. Drive was gunned down last night. I believe five shots were fired and he was just working, and someone came in and basically, the believe tried Robert wearing a mask, and then fled after he shot them in obviously, that's extremely tragic. And hopefully they'll catch the guy you know, I but yesterday. Just hours after he was released from the county jail for a second time, Luis Pineda, and check to was apprehended. And like I said he'd just been released from the Mecklenburg county jail. He was apprehended by ice. Now, this makes the second time he had been released from jail, and he is an illegal immigrant and been released from jail without ice being notified about it. And so you may not have heard about this. The problem was he had a nine hour standoff in south Charlotte. The reason a lot of people didn't hear about it, because it was going on at the exact same time as the UNCC shooting. Like I'll never forget. I was I just got home from working that day. Garrison texted me, at like five o'clock. More Gerson takes me around five o'clock and said, hey, can you get can you can you can you get to UNC? There's a shooting. And so I immediately went to Twitter and the first thing I saw a Twitter from the Twitter account was standoff. Swat has been called in, in south Charlotte that I'd take Mark said you talking about the swat thing going on in south Charlotte. He's like, no. There's a shooting at UNC. Okay. And then went to UNC because it was right in the middle of rush hour and it was awful. And it took me fifty minutes to give himself parked UNC, right? And in theory is going against traffic in theory. Right. So, but that was the same thing. So there was a nine hour standoff in south showed, and this because the police went to go arrest him for allegedly kidnapping. A woman allegedly strangling her and allegedly threatening to kill her. And federal agents said they tried to keep him behind bars after the first time he had done all this, or Ben accused of all this, but because he was in this country legally, they tried to put them on a hold like just put them on hold until he can get there. And you know, Mecklenburg county and sheriff, Gary mcfadden's, like, hey, no problem. Sorry, we don't deal with immigration issues. Not our problem. We don't care if he is a criminal, we don't care if he's been charged with violent crimes. We're going to release him back into our community where he can threaten and maybe do things to other people. Oh, yeah. Like allegedly and being accused of kidnapping woman, strangling her and threatening to kill her. And then have a nine hour standoff with police, and then we're just going to let it back into the community because that's what our sheriff does, now are sheriff, apparently doesn't care about the safety. When there's a violent criminal as well as the courts who let them free. No, you have him in custody. And you're allowed to keep him for ice. You have that ability. You have that ability, and I've talked to city killed. So people about this, like, well, you know, citizens have the right to do this, and that, yes. But he's not a citizen. He's breaking the law by being here illegally in the first place, which if he were upstanding, citizen of paying his taxes and putting his kids to school, and having a job, okay great. You know what fine, the world's best scenario? Not something that everyone wants because it was three straight months. Now over a hundred thousand people have come into the country, three straight months illegally over the Mexican borders. So. They is immigration. Please just hold them. Just just put him on hold. Eh but now like. Not a problem just said released him. So we're going to release them he you know, bail or whatever it is. We're just gonna put them back community like a catch and release, even though he's here legally and even though he's a violent criminal or accused of violent crimes, I should say, then. Not a problem. And, like I love the week statement that the, the sheriff has said, well, but this, the court set the bail, not us. No. You have the opportunity to hold him for federal. Law enforcement and you choose not to that's on you. So in the courts, it's not one hundred percent on you. You're the one who ran on the platform, we're going to get rid of two eighty seven g we're not going to cooperate with ice officials and then when the is comes here and does this big roundup where they got over one hundred people then you want to scream for the mountaintops. Oh, god. Then you even have like the, the school superintendent going CMS superintendent. Well, our people don't feel safe well either here illegally, but be ice is not here to get those who are here illegally through here to get people who are criminals. That's the only thing they care about. And they said, hey, you're the ones who made us put this in the streets. It's not our fault. All we wanted where the criminals. And now if you happen to be stead, if you're here legally, you're an upstanding citizen and you had to be standing beside someone who is here. Illegally, but also a criminal, well, they're going to take you to. Well, we're scared to go to church. We're scared to go to schools were scared to go shopping. Well, the don't hang out with criminals, because they're not out to get you at the WalMart because you're buying, whatever your fruits and vegetables, they're only there to try, get the criminals in the hardcore criminals off the streets, and as talk record. So eloquently said in a city council meeting get used to it. This is the new norm. You're the one who didn't want to cooperate with ice. Get used to it. You don't want them in the streets all that. How about cooperating with ice? A hardcore criminal is accused of something or someone who's accused of a hardcore crime, and you're just going to let them lose back into the streets. And this is the second time he'd been arrested who you blame it on that at is one hundred percent falls on the shoulders of gave it fed period. And there's no excellent. There's nothing you can tell me that was that would justify that. Well, you know, the court set the Bill. No, you're the one who want him loose, you did have to let them lose. You could have set is say, we're gonna we're going to put a hold on him until you get to pick him up play simple. Put a simple. But. No, that's not what's happening. Catch and release. It's like the best and you will never ever be able to explain to me, why you wouldn't hold hardcore criminals for federal agency, and I still don't understand why they even have the option not to work with the federal agents you know, how the opposite would not work with ATF homeland security FBI. Why do they have the option to not work with ice? I I.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"John Hancock taking up till seven o'clock tonight as you drive around Charlotte and the surrounding areas doing your last minute gift shopping, like I said, I want I know guys, I know you are talking to exhibit a when it comes to someone who shops late on the last day. I I am the poster child of procrastination for last day shopping on Christmas Eve. Oh, I mean for that matter, birthdays, Valentine's like, it really doesn't matter. It just it's like it's always like the day before or if I know sometimes it's going to be like birthday like that day. I was like, okay. Maybe I'll go into work late or get off work early or whatever. So, but it's so much easier just online now, although I do have a question. I do have a question for parents out there because I don't have kids if you order sincere when I want I want you to call it. Tell me this seven oh, four five seven ten it just occurred to me. If you do online shopping for your family, your mom or dad, and you had the the gifts shipped to your house. How do you make sure that your kids don't see them? Like, that's especially if they're getting home from school earlier than you, do, you know, they're twelve years old, whatever I I'm being sincere. When I say that I don't know how I don't know what you do. So I would love to know if you're a parent with like ten twelve thirteen fourteen year old fifteen year old and your stuff online. How do you make sure they don't see them when they're shipped to your house or mail to your house, seven oh four or five seven. Oh, let's go back to the lies. I John what's going on out there in the city of Charlotte today. Traffic, of course, I was out as early as eight thirty this morning still get everything that I needed to. But I have a couple of comments number one. I'm wondering why do we wait till last minute other crafts for me? A lot of times. It's because I've never had the money when I need it. Amount of last minute deal. Number two. I like last caller comment about those glasses because I've got to go get those of really cool. And the third thing is I think I waited until the last minute to buy presents for all my siblings, and and. And bought. On the ice cream personalized flavor for each of them 'cause they all like different words and to this day. They still talk about that person. Really? Thing for that. Because I mean, we were all, you know, kids. Yeah. But still. Was like I remember all I've got four other siblings. So this is a big deal to get yellow Alba. Yeah. No, absolutely not. Now, I'm curious. Now, what is the best? What do you think is like the go-to for Christmas Eve shopping like we already heard about the glasses, the night-glasses what you go for Christmas Eve shopping, my go-to? It's still got to be a quick run through WalMart or target to get those Christmas themes, something, you know. I mean, most of the time it's something to snack on something to eat. To eat all kinds of stuff. So if you can find that really neat. Once a year like that. Yeah. Something like that. Also. Hey, thanks for the phone call. But I appreciate it. I I really appreciate it. That'd be safe driving out there. Because as we heard Bill talked about earlier traffic is a mess up there and a lot of places like major major delays. So hey, driving around and give us a call seven zero four five seven seven ten. Tell me where you're going what you're days been like if you've been out there shopping and where you're headed to. All right. So let's see what else we got here. Let's go back to the phones. We got a few more minutes here is that Rama. Is that it? Yes. That's me. Okay. So tell me what's going. Well, see see I could already tell already see what you want to talk about. And the fact that you're a woman does not surprise me. Well, I tell everyone why you're calling. I'm calling in reference.
What Happens When Elevator Cables Break?
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Hey, Brian stuff on more invoke bomb, and you may have heard about it in the news in November of two thousand eighteen six people boarded an elevator at the former John Hancock center in Chicago for the ride down from the signature room bar on the ninety fifth floor to the lobby but one of the cable snapped and the elevator plunged eighty four floors to the eleventh floor amazingly, none of the passengers had to be hospitalized. And there were no serious injuries. The passengers thought they had only fallen a few floors. However, they did have to wait three hours to be rescued by firefighters because there were no openings between the floors. So how was it possible? That one of the worst things that can happen to people in an elevator occurred and everyone survived elevators in the real world. Have so many safety features that the kind of thing you see in movies where villain cuts a single cable disaster. Ensues usually never happens. Here's the breakdown. First. Let's look at those cables and a cable elevator system. Steel cables bolted to the car loop over a sheaves achieve is a pulley with a grooved rim surf. Office at the top of the elevator. Shaft the sheaves grooves grip the steel cables. So when an electric motor rotates, the shave the cables, moved to the cables that lift the car are also connected to a counterweight which hangs down on the other side of the sheaf the car and the counterweight both right along on steel rails. Each elevator cable is made from several lengths of steel material wound around one another these cables, very rarely snap. And inspectors look them for wear and tear. But even a steel cable can break. So what happens then almost all pulley? Elevators have multiple cables between four and eight in total. Even if one cable snapped the remaining cables would hold the elevator car up. In fact, just one cable is usually enough. But let's say all the cables did snap. Then. The elevators safeties would kick in safeties are breaking systems on the elevator car that grab onto the rails. Running up and down the elevator. Shaft some safeties clamped the rails. While others drive a wedge into notches in the rails. Typically, safeties are active. Aided by a mechanical speed governor. The governor is poli that rotates when the elevator moves when the governor's spins too fast. The internal force activates the braking system, even if the cables and the safeties all failed. Sure, you would be plummeted rapidly. But you wouldn't quite be in freefall friction from the rails along the shaft and pressure from air underneath the car would slow the car down considerably though, you would feel a bit lighter than normal. Unim- packed the car would stop, and you would keep going slamming you into the floor, but two things would cushion that blow. I the elevator car would compress air at the bottom of the shaft as it fell just as a piston compresses air in a bicycle pump. The air pressure would slow the elevator car down second most cable. Elevators have a built in shock absorber at the bottom of the shaft typically a piston in an oilfield cylinder that would cushion the impact to with all of these features in place. You would have an excellent chance of surviving. Any elevator mishap in the case of the Chicago. Elevator incident. Once the firefighters figured out where the passengers were the crew put up struts to make sure the elevator did not drop any further, then they broke through a wall. Forced to the elevator door open and put a ladder into the elevator to help people up and out. Chicago fire department spokesman Larry Langford told the Chicago Tribune, we don't like to have to go through walls, unless it's absolutely necessary. The only other way to get to the elevator would have been ropes from the ninety seventh floor and that would not be safe. We don't come down like Batman. So we must go through the wall. You sometimes hear that you should jump immediately before an elevator crashes. So that you would be floating at the second of impact would that work? Now, even if you could perfectly time such a leap it wouldn't help. Let's say you and the elevator are falling at a hundred miles per hour. That's around one hundred sixty one kilometers per hour. Unless you have some superhero powered legs when you jump up in the elevator. You'd still be going about one hundred miles per hour. And then you would hit the ground at one hundred miles per hour. Just like the elevator. Your best bet would be to live flat on the floor. This would stabilize you and spread out the force of the impact. So that no single part of your body would take the brunt of the blow. Today's episode was written by Kathryn Witt, born and produced by Tyler for more on this. Lots of other well backed up topics visit our home planet. Testif- works dot com. Hey listeners in lieu of an ad today. 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"Morning at the John Hancock center Luis Vasquez tells channel nine he just made it to the lobby of the building after riding a car down from the signature room on the ninety fifth floor. He says a friend who took another elevator never met him in the lobby. I thought
John Hancock wants to turn life insurance into a wellness game
"Hancock life insurance has a product called vitality and the whole. Vitality is that it's designed to get you to improve your health over time, and you get rewards for doing. So it's a lot like the tie-ins that companies have often with the Fitbit platform where they monitor what you're doing your health and all the rest, and the, you know, you achieving certain goals physically like how many steps a day and all that they monitor that stuff. And then they reward you for doing those things because employers are trying to lower the cost of their health coverage and reduced absenteeism and the rest, so this is the same idea with the John Hancock vitality is you qualify for health insurance premium it, sorry life insurance premium the premium is established. But effectively the price is one word if you do things that reduce your risk of dying and the folks. John Hancock or actually really clear about why they do it. And they do it simply because if they can get you to live longer it saves them money. They are not gray about that. At all. They're like, hey, you got longer life. We're not paying on as many policies. We win you win. And who knows if people will grab hold of this so far this is as best. I know the John Hancock. When is the only one that I know of that exists. But I think that that the variable insurance kind of thing is a concept. That's got a lot further to run down the
Cindy McCain joins the Arizona Cardinals for the coin toss
"Able to leave the Muslims home returned to her home in that face any consequence. For three days after after he was killed and that that that is extremely problematic. Officer Geiger is charged with manslaughter and is out on bond at a news conference in Dallas family, lawyer Lee Merritt says they're encouraged by the charge, but still don't know exactly what happened in have issued issues with how the case has been handled. The first of twelve
Alibaba co-founder Jack Ma to retire
"The co-founder of Chinese online retailer Alibaba is stepping down ABC's. Dave Schreiber has more details on his richest man, Jack Ma will step down from his role as executive chairman of the ecommerce giant to pursue philanthropy in education, Ma a cultural icon in China will maintain a seat on Alibaba board. He's expected to disclose the timelines for his transition on Monday along with his partners. The former English teacher started Alibaba out of his prominent in nineteen ninety nine initially an online marketplace, the company has become one of the largest multinational conglomerates in the world. Now worth more than four hundred
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Patriots southern women's show weekend Still Now So it's your John Hancock show concentrate a little bit of everything in a short period of time because we'll make way.
Update on the latest news, sports, business and entertainment at 3:20 a.m. EDT
"Of those storms for the day today we'll tell you there are some changes on the way your entire weekend forecast is coming up and doug buchanan columbus business first takes a look at central ohio business news stay with us five o'clock at news radio six ten wtvn from abc news i'm todd ant at midnight the trump administration's tariffs on chinese imports took effect hours later china's foreign ministry announced that retaliatory duties on us goods took effect immediately after washington's tariff hike trading on wall street thursday ended in positive territory but the markets could turn bumpy today as us tariffs on chinese goods took effect at midnight primarily on technology goods that we import michigan is a market analyst john hancock you spoke with abc's podcast start here and says the tariffs effect thirty four billion dollars worth of chinese goods and that's only the beginning trump says an additional sixteen billion dollars in tariffs are set to take effect in two weeks that's abc's mark rebel are reporting president trump is in new jersey after campaigning for republicans in montana in a speech the president took aim at the media calling seventy five percent of journalists dishonest he also took a swipe at the metoo movement president trump shabby the metoo movement comes as his administration added former fox news.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"This is john hancock well if you drive it it is beautiful and actually the drive it if you're just careful not all that bad but i have a feeling rush hour tomorrow morning's is going to be up there so we'll keep posted i just went into the newsroom couple of seconds ago and astor mike oil and others about the airport and they're pretty much been working on airport de icing and doing all that stuff since about seven o'clock this morning it is somebody who lives just on the other side of the airport and belmont we didn't really start see snow falling until about 715720 something along those lines so the airport has all their runways open and yes there are some flight delays out there and you should check with your with the with your airline and and see which is scheduled is but they're operating and with the snow i'm assuming although we are kind of looking at another system that's coming up behind it i'm not quite sure what that is but we are assuming that this is the wave of snow has now a a as now ended the baby we do get another second shot now so we'll keep our eye on now hundred and sixty nine rex this warning between seven am in one pm there was one up in the belmont on south point road which involved a small car and a big truck that hit a tree and cause i was coming down south point there was a fire angie there and all sorts of stuff so they were what in traffic in one laid at a time when the way in the other i didn't i knew there was a jack knife truck on 85 at some point today and there was another 177 i didn't see a lot of residual traffic on wilkinson boulevard from 85 so i'm just leads me to believe there's not a.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Dole paul guard dad june rob brown by all see it alone lurd zun me dole bowl guard not ju what happened in here rapids an cut the producer of the show loose gorilla pick their own music good stuff dave thompson in here for john hancock 700 four or five seven eleven ten if you'd like to weigh in jeff sessions the attorney general announcing that the old obama policy of look the other way when states choose to legalized recreational marijuana are those days are over and in fact he has empowered us attorneys to go ahead and prosecute assessing the risk to the community their priorities their resources all of that i'm not sure that's a really good way to do it but um that's how they wanna do what i'm asking you what what do you think generally legalisation seems like if you can believe the polls which i'm not so sure i do most people are fort but the larger question is who ought to have control this the fed's or the state ryan welcome to the john hancock joe you're on with dave thompson hey thanks for taking my call yep this is such an important issue uh most people don't understand how much of our life uh this uh this issue cutchet's um and it applies to a lot of people talk about nowadays the real hot button issues about institutional racism in white privilege and i tell you how would apply specifically with regard to marijuana do you know how mirror wanted to kill a legal in the first place i couldn't give you the history right now no i i i can't in albi really quit in september of 1943 a man in history anthony pursued in the fourth us representatives entebbe and i quote smoking marijuana makes black men want to look white women at the i now in the mountains to some still in diaper susan accept chemical how now since then when you look at how with the fi right if they use the police in some cases in and around to the fourth amendment they say oh well i smelled marijuana politico had through vehicle devil white person gets pulled over license registration seal the deal black person gets pulled over it you know eightminute with your car what do you have to high we'll call dogs happy.
"john hancock" Discussed on Daily Racing Form
"Yeah yes army that i was talking like i'll get yet so um it's definitely something that that you you can you can get more comfortable with i think one of the biggest things you can do is if it's if they're claimed off an active trainor you can hope that that trainer has one in on the day that you're looking at formulator you can go to that trainer stats in see like what kind of trainers years so i think this horse was claimed off a john hancock so you can look at john hancock with ten thousand claim irs what's his percentage what you know what kind of percentages he does he hit act and then you can you can kinda get an idea as maybe that's his weakest areas you can expect that a worse like ingrid may i mean a trade like ingrid mason could move up off john hancock but not i mean i i think that there is a lot of different read i agree with you when you said that it could be a different bit different shoes different workout regimen a different feeding schedule or or or you know actual the substance that you're feeding on it could be a they could have an intestinal issue and uh they have some you know some supplemented they're giving them at solves that problem on enlargement iraq quick i believe so that was part of what they were saying like one could you do so what could you instantly due to change it and that's why i thought of those equipment psalm issues but you know there's a lot of different things that could be it's a good question to ask oh look a proper horseman as well maybe that's something we can uh.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"These skis john hancock there are other other whereas friday is we germany has objections to that do they weekend looks like it's going to be stunning i note that starts early tomorrow morning or not but at some point to cold front supposed to come through and we're supposed to get like really low humidity and mid eighty temperatures on the hoping that that is in effect for tomorrow morning when we're hanging out at the harassed heater it more across for the final a weekend of vote peanut butter in july and the show will bring us peanut butter will la will benefit the second harvest foodbanks a program we started a few years ago because we liked the name but it has a it has proven to be really beneficial for second harvest food bank at little did we know that peanut butter is muchcoveted kids love it and it's high in protein and others a thousand reasons why they should have that in their in their closets down the earth in their food supply and so we we we kind of the fill the void over the years uh and uh uh scott fitzgerald said accomplice saturdays at no bozo saturday and it used to be i did all the saturday's because i was those it was my idea but some our another the powersthatbe of let the old guy off the hook so i'm at more kroft immoral from attended in which is great because we don't are harassed heater a belmont not open yet so we need to go to aristide her tomorrow morning anyway so it is perfect so anyway come down in and say hi and enjoy the lack of humidity or the prospect of humidity dropping as the day goes on we we may have a storm or or or three to contend with before it's all over with this afternoon so we'll try to keep you prized all of that and of course we've got boomer the traffic center a with a traffic and weather together well after at approaching cold front that will low sparked some showers and storms and uh some of those those storms could be severe so we'll keep an eye on that i do see to.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"These these john hancock his starts his four minutes as you guys are listed in does with euro you're wireless headphones on i know that a lot of like the listened the beer radio enough from the 500dollar beats so you got the three and a half minutes gets practice hey guess his birthday it is today at george the guy that answers the phone he's is wall one thirty one all guest houses birthday it is today i really saw part of my job was to kind of being the spokesperson for charlotte north carolina dan the g seven sixteen at wbt having a great time on a tuesday morning at look out in may of 1960 want a giant torch was passed as a young announcer named thai boy who has recruited from chapel hill to replace the legendary grady cohen loved being here just after grady colin is seeing the enormous impacted head on this market and then getting to sit in the chair certainly not replacing them at getting decision that cheer fellow bt legend doug maize for members the process of finding the next iconic voice and so listers began for replacement then in this needle people searched in i was involved in some of that in the oh the decided on tabloid said we'll who is this guy they told me in the game in june of sixty one captured the hearts of everybody and that's a state tie brought stability and a sense of humor to charlotte radio during the oftentroubled years of the 1960s i can't find an uptodate picture howard he was not know you probably have the same problem here is how howard hughes and is there really a howard hughes someone even reported from the.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Senate majority leader mitch mcconnell will soon decide which measurable face the votes but they're still questions about whether repair public ends we'll have the fifty votes needed to pass it by signs abc news capitol hill and complicating gop hopes of drumming up lastminute support ohio gop governor jon casey said he would be a mistake for the senate to move ahead and force what he called a one sided deal that the american people are clearly against a federal complaint says immigrants packed into a tractor her trailer discovered outside of san antonio texas walmart were taking turns breathing through a hole in the trailer and pounding on the walls to get the drivers to tension to no avail at least ten people died in the truck including children federal prosecutors today charged truckdriver james bradley his fiancee telling reporters today that bradley did not know his truck was pack with ninety human beings wbt money watch on wall street in our left in the trading day the dow off forty two sp donna point the nasdaq composite in record territory up at about eighteen and a half points and mike doyle news eleven ten ninety nine three wbt these these john hancock i wonder what he tributed feeding on the inside walls of the structure frozen foods trying to get out navy he would think ninety people in the back of a traffic make enough noise to be heard on they said they were trying to get his attention of the genome this is the most bizarre story and in a walmart parking lot which they're allowed to park in assume all the time now it's just a bizarre story at this one of those stories reduce think you really that still goes on it i guess it goes on more now than it used to czar absolute libs are you know it's almost nice outside i said that until i walked around the building couple of minutes ago but earlier i was like an hour and a half ago or so i was out the side with the dog and and i was thinking in comparison does you friday saturday it's it's it's it's almost human out there so pretty good stuff jared kushner made a rare public statement today after his meeting behind closed doors with the senate intelligence committee and he.
"john hancock" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"353 is the china news eleven ten three wbt generation here with you in for john hancock and cover up in the next hour the show in another guest is going to join us we're a quick discussion because insula elgort earn eur whose name i can assure you ride he's going to be here with us we'll talk to him about a brand new movie that he's in call baby driver and it's it's an interesting from if you haven't seen it yet it's the highest movie as we said earlier in the hour but it it centers around the music kitchen the film and it's got a very complicated story that it has to do with the fact that his character has some hearing damage and has to constantly looseknit easier budge to be evil dead to handle the tonight is had he hasn't jeers show that's only part of the story but h eight makes four in a couple of interesting visual device will talk to him about making the movie we're also going to talk a little bit about heist movies with you and of course if you wanted with us throughout the course of the day you're welcome ended seven oh for five 700 seven ten 700 four or five seven olenin ten there is one last thing on the political front that will get you because i think too often everything is we're talking about earlier the the hype that was there at the beginning of the g twenty summit in the fact that donald trump and end a vitamin putin we're going to sit down and the same room and talk to each other it really takes our eyes awful a lot of other things that are happening andrew one of the more interesting at least a two two folks who have been paying attention to a particular portion of the news over the last 10 years or show just happened and it happened because donald trump tapped saw somebody to lead the centers for disease control of the new cdc pick is a brenda fitzgerald and she worked in georgia and the public is the public health commissioner for a while and now she's going to have the cdc but the reason why safe you've been watching the news for the.