35 Burst results for "June July"
What Was Joe Biden's Plan to 'Shut Down the Virus' Without a Vaccine?
"All right so what's your plan We got this vaccine and we want everyone to get it Really so let me just ask you something sir You campaigned on the idea that you're going to shut down the virus and at the time shutting down the virus you're saying that you know may June July August there was no vaccine So now you get sworn in and oh hey look what just get left under the resolute desk here with a previous guy left this little box here apparently there's some epidermic needles Apparently we've got a vaccine So if you didn't get the vaccine if operation warp speed hadn't changed modern American medicine as we know it the way Donald Trump engineered when you were running for office if there was no vaccine what exactly was your plan for shutting down the virus Why isn't anybody in the media ask that question If it weren't for the vaccine what was your plan Because when you told us so many times you were going to shut down the virus you didn't have a vaccine dude Yeah There's a question he doesn't have an answer for And that's why it never gets asked
Our Movement to Resist American Marxism Continues to Grow
"Have you noticed the quiet counter revolution to the counter revolution that we have developed you folks Millions of you Have you noticed it Reading American Marxism Understanding critical race theory the gender is a movement the degrowth climate change movement understanding the threat that we face now and the various actions that are being taken in communities and neighborhoods throughout the country This is you This is this program This is American Marxism When I started talking about American Marxism almost half a year ago It's that long ago isn't it And I wrote it now Wow I can't even think how long year and a half ago more than that And turned it in in April We started talking about this April may June July August It's been 7 months In this movement that you and we have developed we've done it almost under the radar You can see our buddies on Fox people elsewhere and radio talking about how parents are showing up at school board meetings About how people are resisting so much Of the various American Marxist movements that are taking place in this country That didn't just happen You did this You did it The other commentators are exactly that they're commentators My commentator of course I'm a commentator But what have I also said I'm an activist and many of you are activists
Economists Blame Spreading Delta Variant for Weaker-Than-Expected Jobs Report
"The labor department says many fewer jobs were created during august. compared to june july. The agency released its latest report on employment today. Two hundred thirty five thousand jobs were created last month. Hundreds of thousands of jobs fewer than in prior months. Stan stovall is with. Cf are a research. He says economists think that the spreading delta variant of the corona virus kept people away from jobs Many people are worried are therefore staying away from either jobs or outside activities etc which either has a direct or a cascading effect on employment. The unemployment rate dipped in august. Two five point. Two percent
Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event
"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with
Summer Swelter Trend: West Gets Hotter Days, East Hot Nights
"And analysis of decades of summer weather data by the Associated Press shows the west is getting roasted by hotter summer days well the east coast is getting swamped by hotter and stickier summer nights state by state average temperature trends from nineteen ninety to twenty twenty show America's summer swelter is increasing more in some of the places that just got baked with extreme heat over the past week California Nevada New Mexico Arizona Utah Oregon and Colorado the west is the fastest warming region in the country during June July and August up three degrees on average since nineteen ninety the north west has warm nearly twice as much in the past thirty years as it has in the southeast the reason climate change is altering and weakening the jet stream those changes allow key whether producing patterns of high and low pressure to stall in place I surely after
"june july" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"It just seems like an odd thing to do timing wise to decide. Hey we're gonna go play international football with all variables with all the people that are associated with teams and federal rations. We'll this malaki. So many employees travel around them. For what right. It doesn't make any sense. It's really is a bit odd. The timing of it especially when you consider. I think they announced the day. All the new. Season's gonna start in august so they're gonna snap back into going to end. In june july. The players get a month off. If that and then it goes back into playing criminally for the next season jtiaphd. August is a hell of schedule in. It really really is ahead of schedule. So as much as people led to go on about how much money pay list milwaukee. Just imagine if you're pretty much you know. I wanna say risk of us but imagine if you're family orientated. You just had a new kid. You just gotten married. And you're spending you know the the entire week playing two games a week training all the time then. You're traveling abroad to play football than your rap. Break into again in august. It just could get really dicey really quickly especially like this. The one i live in currently which is not the most say understanding when it comes to the plow rich and famous essay. Right we tend to kind of you know. I'm turn those apartment and say all wish i had this kind of problem so they can get a bit weird very very quickly but was up by before we continue onto that. You just want to quickly dedicate a little time to claude from ossified. Tv who unfortunately passed away Sometimes it today or yesterday the news cut brick or everyone's been paying tribute to the guy which is great soc- I think most people will be familiar with claude from his time. Also found tv formerly atv also now known as an integral part of the original crew of people that made that journal is an integral part. I'm going to say just a history channel's right and fan reactions because for the longest time before even atv came along there was this idea especially you maybe different other countries but it was kind of weird thing. There was a hierarchy in terms of opinions. When it comes to sports right had to kind of like top down so few for pro you kinda go Given the platform to say and do whatever you wanted. If you're a journalist you may be came second whatever and then off the it kind of trickled down. But usually the voice of the fans wasn't really hud overly gave a crap in the amendment ruby. Stab you know also find tv and in the cost of very colorful supporters. Who had very different views about how they saw. The direction also will going into performances on the pitch. It really kind of brew shine light on one kind of push. The family also played them a voice because the good thing about football in my opinion especially you know with the era of police. Living in the moment is lets you know what you stand or will you sit in your kind of like influence. Because i think we're politics is some reason you kind of get the idea that you can kind of effect effect change by shouting by hashtag in by protesting the streets but really intriguing. Nothing really changes right. Given the location of democracy doesn't necessarily exist the people in power can just do what they want. At the end the day would be able to know reprise and the same thing happens in football but it's a bit more clear rice a bit more obvious and you get to kind of just absorb it and just kind of understand that..
S6 E7 - How YOU can build resilience in the face of chronic conditions
"This is the we served now. What podcast and if you're anything like me you've had a ton of questions after leaving the military and the lack of answers looking frustrated and probably a little confused. This show is here to help you make sense of what can sometimes be well just some craziness that is post military life so you can do more than survive. You can thrive my name. Is aaron perkins. I'm us army. Combat veteran husband. Who beautiful wife daddy to two amazing kiddos and the author of resolve a step by step guide. That takes you the veteran through the process of rediscovering purpose in your post military life sue. You can thrive so the questions we talk about on the show you know. A lot of them are direct questions. You know how to use eleven gi bill. What's new for veterans. twenty one. Those are just a couple of things we talked about in the season. This is a season six episode. Seven and we're tackling a tough question today and there's no single answer to that's the toughest part about this question so before we dive into the question. I want you to think of math equations for minute. Just really simple ones. Two plus two. What's two plus two. It's four right so very simple. Very easy math equation vice. What's tuplice to. You're always going to say you're always going to know. Won't let's four but if i say what math equations when you finish them we'll have four as that end number and be like man. I don't know that's almost an unlimited number of answers. What's the same thing today. Because today's question is surrounding how you build resilience when a family member has a chronic condition and there was a virtually unlimited number of answers to this question. But i'm going to do my best to unpack those and there's a lot to unpack here so let's get started so my son. Christopher was born in two thousand eight and he had a kidney disease and still. Has this kidney disease to this day and We knew that he had some problems with his kidneys. Because they found the these problems on an ultrasound. When i was in iraq and my wife was still in germany and The the did the ultrasounds that hey you know what we recommend you go ahead and head back to the states because you know you can get you can get better medical care there in the states and so my wife moved back what she thought was temporarily and ended up being a permanent move I- redeployed early on and a compassionate reassignment and Got to fort knox kentucky which was the closest. Us army post Where to where. My son was getting his medical care and for the first couple years of his life he went through. Thing was eleven or twelve operations and Numerous other procedures to get these kidneys fixed. Now today. it's amazing it. You would never know. A single thing was wrong within the last couple of times. He's gone to the kidney. Specialists are like look his kidney. Function is great. He's doing very very well. And so that was a trial by fire so to speak. That was kind of like. Hey this this is A method i guess. A real world Test to see if you. Aaron are resilient and so. I learned a lot about resilience just in that experience. You know because again this is not just a flash in the pan you know Something one thing happened and then we had to deal with that. You know a broken limb or you know an accident or something like that. It was a chronic condition and again still is to this day but i learned a lot about resilience through dealing with my son's challenges with that disease and if you think back to military life right and this is army specifically i have to expect that all the services are like this but they build resilience in to the training plan. You know and as important as that is personal resilience all together now the past two months. I'll be honest with you. Guys have been absolutely brutal. They've been crazy because not only does my son have a kidney disease but my wife has chronic conditions as well so the past couple of months. My wife and i got her permission to tell some of her story. Her story is man. If if you ever meet my wife asked her to tell you her story because it is absolutely jaw dropping. How she is where she is today. You know based on where she came from and an all the the difficulties she came through to become the woman she is today but just in these past couple of months We experienced quite the scare and that scare It it seemed like it was cancer. Just be honest so for A while we were getting tests and then waiting for more tests and we got those tests and We said okay well. We're just going to get through this. You know no matter what happens. We're we're in this together and we're gonna stick together through this well. My wife goes to get a biopsy and she gets this biopsy. She's in recovery. The biopsy went fine. It was painful but it went fine. nothing was unexpected But it went fine while she was in recovery and this recovery was just a quick recovery. Just a few hours. She had what is called a ti or a mini stroke. And so we're like. oh my goodness how. In the world number-one how in the world is this happened number. Two how do we deal with this now. You know this is. This seems so much more serious than what it The what started out to be. We thought it was going into get a biopsy and and now here you've got to stay in the hospital. You've gotta be admitted well actually admitted to one hospital then transferred to another because at first hospital was too small and they didn't have the right doctors. There had to be transferred to another hospital and then finally a few days later she gets out. She's getting slowly better. But we still don't have those answers right. Don't have the answers in the biopsy because it takes a week or more to come back and you know she finally gets these answers and they're like yeah. Well we really don't know what it is. We really don't know what it is. It's not cancer. But we're not sure. And so they said. Well we want to send you to an autoimmune specialist and and those Those doctors are are booked up forever and well we can get you. Maybe like june july and so here we are still waiting on those answers and obviously all of this is stressing her out now. Little bit about that mini stroke just answered stress for her brings about these These symptoms where It stress basically over stresses her brain and she ended up needing to quit her job. And you talk about frustrating. And i don't mean frustrating like all you can't work anymore but she was super frustrated at like me. Why in the world is this happening. And and you know. What can i do to help and to build that resilience right but this is. This is not a story about my son. This is not a story about my wife specifically. Today's show is all about building that resilience when your family member has a chronic condition. And so i'll just tell you over. This was going with my wife. I stopped everything i could. You know some of you may have seen an email from said. Hey sorry. Our live mental health event An open dialogue mental health is going to be cancelled if your sponsor for the event. You've already paid. You know we're going to refund your money Which which already did. But there were so many things that i was doing that having a hand in that i said you know what i've just gonna stop doing those things and focus on what matters most right now focus and for me. That's my family. And and i think that is a key element to resilience is focusing on what you need to focus on and again. I know that sounds vague. Right but what is it that you personally need to focus on. Because i can't tell you what you should focus on. I can't tell you that. I wish i could but unfortunately i can't at so. I resigned my position from a nonprofit board Alabama veteran here in here in obviously alabama But also got some help from facebook in preparation In preparation for this episode and Some of you responded and told me how you build resilience in your own personal life. And i want to go through some of those responses real quick and then i'll dive into the five science backed strategies to build resilience but on facebook right. You know one of my friends. He said it. Because i asked i said look. I'm news and helping an oak upcoming podcasts. What are your go-to strategies for building resilience in your personal life and one of my friends. He's kind of a kind of a jokester but he says he says avoiding people and puts us little laughing face or winking face at the end of the comment but the the fact is sometimes that is the to do to help you build resilience and focus on what matters most to you another person. I and i love this. She said it's all about the thought life. It's about your mindset and and she also she said. I'm practicing telling myself no just to exercise that muscle while you know what that's not a bad idea and so there was a number of really good comments here but a couple of them Not a couple of them. I should say a couple of themes came out number. One was faith how my friends saying you know what. I'm learning to do what i've needed to do for years. And that's focus on my faith. You know my faith pushes me past that present crisis or would i'm perceiving as a crisis right you know made. My faith is reading and prayer. And you guys know if if you've listened to this podcast before that you know. This isn't absolutely faith-based podcasts. You know and and my my faith is that of christianity of following jesus But faith has been incredibly important for those seeking to build resilience in a personal lives and Additionally is time for self reflection so one thing is faith is the one theme that came out in the second was self reflection scheduled time for relaxation. And so using those hobbies or those Chill lacks kinda relaxing moments and building those in to your everyday life so that you can handle those stressors right And i wanna mention one of the thing this was. This was a a another theme. That that i know i said only two. There's actually three themes that came out and that's relationships. Relationships are so critically important and one guy actually When my friends here in the area said whoa to him and this is a scripture verse. Actually he's fourteen. He says woe to him who was alone when he falls and doesn't have another lift him up because look lifestyle right. It's really really tough. And the truth is we can't do it by ourselves. We weren't meant to we weren't designed to So it's really really important to have those people in our lives to help us when we can't help ourselves so having those strong relationships around us In a one one other one other comment. I wanna to point out before you get to the five science back strategies for building resilience practice resilience by practicing being resilient each time. Something happens to us. We need to put that in her memory so next time that happens to us even if even if it never happens again we we have that memory of what we did as we figured out you know kind of how to go through that process the first time now. What does that have to do. With a chronic condition you a family member having a chronic condition. All those things apply. They apply directly. Okay so five. Science back strategies to build resilience and this will take just a few minutes number one change the narrative. So look when something bad happens whether it's a single event or a long term Kind of episode right. We often relive the event over and over in our heads and it's called ruminating rehashing the pain and and it it's like we're spinning our wheels. Basically you know There's a study. Said you know what maybe try expressive writing. You know to try gaining some new insights into the challenges in your lives. You know there are a few different ways. You can manage that but that you can change the narrative But one of the one of the ways is to reframe it in another Another perspective or another light. How do you that a one of the things you can do is talk to those in your life that you have those strong relationships with another reason why relationships are so incredibly important. That's the first one number to face your fears. Sure like man. I don't know what's going to happen. In my spouse's life from my child's life because of this chronic condition face it running away is not going to help and when i say face it i i don't mean just dive headlong into a by yourself and tackle it all alone. Another reason why those relationships are so important. So even if you know it's your spouse that's going through something being able to talk to someone else about it about what's going on in your life and how you were feeling is so incredibly valuable. You can't even put a number on it so number one going to change the narrative number to face your fears and face those fears with someone else number three and i'm gonna put this link. This is a great article will put this link in the show notes. You can check out this entire article yourself but practice self compassion. Think of it. Think of what. You're going through right now and think of that in someone else's perspective like if someone else had the same challenges you were having right. Now maybe your child is a chronic condition or your parent or your spouse and they came to you and said hey i. I'm having this problem you know. My wife had a cancer scare. She had many stroke and then We sort of know what's going on. Oh gosh i i don't know what to do. What would you do. Chances are you would be compassionate with them and we know fear versity they can make us feel really alone and we wonder why were the only ones feeling this way and what exactly is wrong with us and check chances are. There's nothing wrong with us at all. You know the there's this real problem with And with i within the veteran community that we all seem to think we're alone and the truth is were not and another reason why you need those strong relationships so you can remember. Hey i'm not alone this but practice self compassion be compassionate to yourself number four meditate and. I know that meditation sometimes gets a bad rap. But i will say. I've tried it myself meditation. Mindfulness and it is a wonderful stress. Reliever i will let you do your own research on that. But there is such value in meditation number. Five and this one is critically important. Cultivate forgiveness. And here's the thing. When it comes to a chronic condition of family member whether that's your spouse or child or your parent or or sibling you can sometimes get this. You can get mad right. And what is there to be mad at. Who is there to be mad at. Well you know you can be that nature you can be mad at god. You can be frustrated but holding a grudge is only going to hold you back. And and that expands far beyond just the Know caught debating forgiveness for forgiveness. Sake right extends will beyond that in well beyond the chronicle condition idea and goes further into your entire life because my pastor says it like this he says holding a grudge against someone is like setting yourself on fire and hoping. The other person dies from smoke inhalation. I know sometimes we feel like man. I've got to hold on to this grudge. I'm not going to forgive but cultivate forgiveness. And there's an entire chapter dedicated to forgiveness in the resolve book. And so i love you to check that out Head over to kurds fight again. Dot com click on. Get the book and you can find out more about forgiveness what that looks like. In the veteran's life look stress and struggles come in many forms in life adversity trauma. Fear shame betrayal of trust. Look there's a lot of things you can do though that can help you learn to cultivate forgiveness so those five science backs strategies to build resilience number one change the narrative face your fears in practice. Self compassion go easier self number four meditate again. You do your own homework. Do your own research there. Maybe it works for you. Maybe it doesn't. But i know in my own life it has helped kaminsky and number five avait forgiveness l look. I know we have a lot of questions. We all have a lot of questions in our lives but the most important question we can ask ourselves is this have. I accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith. In jesus christ while i hope this episode has helped. I'd definitely hope that you've gotten something out of it. If you have would you go to. I tunes and leave us a five star review. That would be amazing. And if you if you didn't like the episode and you're like hey. I learned something. Would you please go leave five star review. Those reviews actually helped so much. If you're like you know what. I'll leave review but maybe not five stars both. We'd like to hear those two so again. If you have any questions for us at all that you would like us to address here own the show. Send us a message podcasts. At courage to fight again dot com. And like i said at the beginning of the show. If it's on your mind it's worth exploring. Well thank you so much for listening. I'll see you next time We served now. 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"june july" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"We just lost. You got you back now. I think. I i'm curious your take on did working from home contributes and would you set up a work from home or do you look like you're in a big cavernous office. Looks like you have attention to be in an office. How do you think about starting a business. So when we first started we actually followed the one energy model we are my wife and i obviously work in the same house but our her our partners remote all of our kind of core development team was remote and so i think early going getting getting through that a big trough of you. Don't really have anything until you've built something and getting through that early. Part as we've transitioned into what what's hopefully kind of the final stages there you know. It has made more sense for us to be centrally located at least on the on the business development side and we're excited about the office space that we're building out now minutes from our house and and i think that you know it's it was hard for me as an extrovert as a people person to be in a remote world. You can ask my wife. How many times. I drove her crazy being crazy. And i i really think that first subset of the population you gotta have an office. You gotta go somewhere to talk to somebody because not everything is controllable and predictable. I think the conference. The virtual conference game is is is a far cry from an in person deal and so as good. And i mean i think the key things on boarding customer development like i wonder how many insurance come major sales organizations who sales cycle might've been april may june july and there was a renewal. I wonder how many companies were just like. Yeah that's fine. We'll just stick with you guys. 'cause it's easy but i think it's going to be a knife fight for these organizations like and especially as we continue to see prophets far exceeding expectations because there were no travel expenses. And and you know you pass on all of these costs to consumers based on whatever it's going to be a knife fight and it's going to be an employment by fight post hands because there's going to be a lot of people who are currently in jobs but as soon as the coronavirus sends i promise you. Large organizations are going to do another round of layoffs. They've just been holding off on it so they don't look like dicks in my opinion. Yeah well you know i i. I think that there's another concurrent way. That's really building in in the in the enterprise. Software space to enterprise software is is a relatively recent phenomenon at the scale. That is right now. Know and a solution for every industry is literally being developed worked on built sold and it is it is eating the corporate world a lot faster than maybe as apparent from the outside and certainly leading to the kinds of prophets that were that were experiencing going back to adam smith's kind of labor and you have capital and then really thinking about how that's evolved as you have additional types of leverage in maybe software and even marketing as i've some point out you know i i think the fundamental of fundamental of economics hasn't really changed. I think that what's important really has and maybe the old tools don't work as well as they used to. What do you think. The most disruptive enterprise software tool.
Overwatch League Releases New Format, Schedule for 2021
"Quite a few changes for the league that likely at the toughest twenty-twenty seeing multiple players retire in entire roster is being dropped to cut costs and stagnant viewership while the o w l sister lead. The CDL has actually just kicked off the o w l won't start up until April 16th the goal I think was way out ahead of the covid-19 demek and what we won't be entirely Out of the Woods by April things are actually trending pretty quickly in the right direction. Thank God still the owner of the wall is putting forth a hybrid format that can be played online or in physical locations first off instead of a regular season format like traditional Sports b o w l will be following the CDL into a more tournament based regular-season structure. The structure will feature three weeks of qualifiers, then a mid-season tournament repeated 4 times. So to make that more clear the weekends of April 16th, April 23rd, and April 29th will be the first qualifiers then the first name Tournament will be the main melee on May 7th that schedule repeats through May June July and August. Each tournament has kind of a silly name may may lay is fine. Even if it's a little bit hard to say. Some people might assume to Smash Bros event. There's also the summer Showdown and the countdown cup which are both solid alliterations will give you that but they really Force the alliteration with the June just like white jesting. I don't think it makes sense names aside. This format will likely be easier to follow for fans on YouTube you sports events do well when they crowned some sort of champion at the end of it. Only League of Legends has really been successful creating a regular season format in Esports the c d l o w l and even our LCS have all abandoned their attempts to do so in the last one or two years this year will also see three Western o w l teams competed in Asia the Valiant fusion and New York Excelsior are all moving operations to Asia for this year that brings the divisions to 8 Eastern teams and 12 Western ones. Mid-season tournament will feature both East and West teams, they will start online but will actually compete in Hawaii once they're able to resume safely talk to UAB. I do renounce any critiques of the o w l if you invite me to a mid-season tournament in Hawaii, but I reserve the right to make fun of the name June just I'm just putting that out there right now. And the last thing to talk about with the new schedule is the price full up. Once again this year crossing the song million dollar Mark over all events Grand Champions will get a share of one point five million. But with the o w l the price still feels kind of weird, right like every team paid at least twenty million dollars in often month to even compete in this league at all. Sure splitting for a million is nice but teamed invested a whole lot more to even be in the league having a chance to win a mill back feels different from prizes and leagues that don't cost money millions of dollars to enter But ultimately the o w l can still be successful. Even if it's been pretty Doom and Gloom for a while now, they just have to keep growing in China last year a be reported in ama of birth. 1 million viewers for the playoffs the majority of which are in China. It's basically the Golden Goose for Esports if alley can remain popular in China, they could continue to exist on that alone and it'll be a crucial years so w l that's for
"june july" Discussed on NAL Live
"Going. The next violence. Even though least from the code right around june july and uh again right around joan in one in august and champions and then a next season road around april. You know we can't so come. And so how did you When you came down to orlando would would you end up playing where you'll in the d. line.
Gratta Market And Wines
"This episode is part of our series exploring covid nineteen impact on nonprofits and small businesses in the san francisco bay area back in april of twenty twenty when we decided to create this ongoing series on covid nineteen impact i or nonprofits and then on small businesses in the san francisco bay area. We like you had no idea how long the pandemic would go on. And what the health and economic impact would be in our community going into twenty twenty one. The pandemic is now killing more people shutting down more nonprofits and small businesses on with wiping out the livelihoods of families neighborhoods and communities. We will continue to shine a spotlight on the nonprofits and small businesses that make up the fabric of our community along with the founders and staff who are struggling to deal with the impact of the covid nineteen pandemic on their operations services is an ability until we can all get to the other side of the pandemic along the way we will also share with you all the amazing solutions that are nonprofits. Small businesses foundations and government leaders are working on to help us all get to the other side of the pandemic and come together to rebuild our communities with more economic social and environmental equality really opened up the tasting room back in twenty fifteen it sort of evolved into this community hub provided a safe place for people of all backgrounds to gather in need and actually friends. We've become friends with water. Our customer base here in the community. And it's sort of looked on as as a community hub people gather here and that's one thing that i'm not seen as a result of covert not being able to see people in the way that we could get together prior and i think there's a lot of our customers that are also missing that ability to just get together casually with people in the community. This is winemaker and entrepreneur barbara grata of grat or winery and market in the bayview district of san francisco. We've been sharing stories about economic development and small business incubation in the bayview hunters point communities since two thousand fifteen for more context to our interview with barbara grata. Please go to our archive section and take a listen to our two part series doing business in the bayview in part two of that series. We introduce you to barbara. And she shares more about her background and her love of making wine along with her efforts to work with the community. In the neighborhood. I'm joined remotely via zoom by barbara grata. The owner of grata market and ryan ori. Thanks for being here barbara. Thank you thanks for having me church. Barbara and i had talked many years ago on voices of the community when she first started the broader winery. And i'm here today to just touch base with her and have her bring us up to speed and she's been and how she's expanded her business and how she's surviving with covid nineteen so or provide us a little update on where you've been and where you're going. Thank you well. We are the garage. Winery here in bayview and we started that back in two thousand six. We opened up a tasting room on the third street merchant corridor here in bay view in twenty fifteen and that business is still in existence. Were still working with the winery. But unfortunately during the whole cova things or closed down in march and we inverted that space to a mini market. Because we had a plan to expand the last several years we took over another retail space in the same building. Where chasing remez. And we've been building that out since two thousand eighteen so the pandemic actually fortunately did not close us down but it offered us an opportunity to introduce some of the market items that we plan to have in the new comedy. So we did that. Conversion back in april may june july kind of kept that going to the summer providing essentials for the community and also some of the italian specialty items that we plan to carry in the now current market september we shifted and participated on these shared spaces program with the city of san francisco and opened up outdoor seating on the back side of our business on lane street and that was going pretty good and catching on a little bit worse until this current shut down a couple of weeks ago with everyone in the city is experiencing a shutdown of outdoor dining throughout the city. And it has been this Roller coaster from the get our march and constant transitions shifts and changes and adjustments. And how we run our business but we feel fortunate that we've not had to close down. We've been working throughout the so. That's a little background right there.
"june july" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Power mornings here, Donald Trump. I really need your help. Teddy is getting on my last night. So little, Yeah, he tweeted Donald Trump because he's asking for some help He actually tweeted at Donald Trump. My friend called a black deserves to be commuted. The system punished him way too hard for a paperwork. Crime hashtag three Kodak now, a lot of people on Twitter actually asking him. Hey, lo. Yeah. Did you hope for Donald Trump? Because of not that don't ask Compression E. This is awesome. Because of my friend. Teddy was in jail. I'd be asking for you know some help to get him out, too, which is hilarious. Everybody's been making fun of Trump for years. And now you want to solid Now you want a favor? Koda is going to sit for a long time. And he's in there for criminal gun possession, which is that they don't play around Melissa. When? When you get caught, He said it was paperwork. No. Okay, so he lied to get it is still illegal. He okay? He puts that's the gun and legally which is that so? Hold that gonna stay for a minute. Goodfellow Jati man writing for his homie that I expect you to do the same thing. I would, Teddy, I would. Now One thing I'm definitely doing for sure is waiting for Drake to drop his new album. He has been threatening us telling us that it's going to come at the beginning of the year. Well, guess what? Poppy is the beginning of the year. And actually, there was a song that was leaked. Lucky lefty, he said someone was canceled. But I got plans is where my advance to see his ladies this June. July away all the cancer said, Show me your hands. Even if you ain't a cancer dog, your hand cities because most of your cancer risk Michael B. Jordan call you right now. You have surrender. Even if you got a man in love you, you scandalous. You're gonna take the chances. Okay. Drake.
Fareed Zakaria on Life After the Pandemic
"For eads. Ikaria joins us now. His latest book is called ten lessons for post pandemic world for read. Thanks so much for being here. It's my pleasure pamela. I have to start with an obvious question just as someone who has a full time job you already have. I think three full-time jobs. As the host of a show on cnn n regular newspaper columnist writer. How in the middle of this pandemic when we're still in the throes of it. Did you go from reporting on sort of the world as it is and at the same time. Write an entire book about what comes after. It's a great question. And i marvel at it myself honestly looking backward but what happened. If you remember obama's in the first few months of the pandemic when the lockdowns began in such everything really shutdown all my travel or every lunch date every dinner date everything went silent and so i had a certain amount of free time and i was grappling with what was going on in the world. How the spend amick was affecting me how it was affecting people. I knew around the world and i started to jot down some thoughts about it partly for the columns and the and the show but then i found myself thinking bigger and i decided you know what i'm going to. I'm going to try and write something about this. And i'm going to do it in the following way. I would get up at six thirty or so. Every morning. And i wouldn't read the newspapers i wouldn't take wouldn't look at twitter. Nothing just to sort of keep my head space in that forward leaning fifteen thousand feet above the above the the land a space and right for about three hours and then i research a little bit. By eleven o'clock. I would get back to normal life and i would just get back to the show in the column and you know my kids who also there with me so i did that for four and a half months every day and weekends included and so what ended up being this incredibly cathartic way from me to deal with covid. Nineteen the pandemic because it made me. It forced me to think through in process what was going on and now look back and think i wouldn't have been able to do it any other period because few months into the maybe three months into it by by june july things that started to come back to normal and now i find my schedule as crowded as it was but there was that four month window and i think just as luck would have it. I took advantage of it. So your mornings were thinking about the future and then you kind of fell back to the present come late morning early afternoon pretty much once my kids would get up and start getting breakfast and things like that by then you know through the reality of life intruded so directly and viscerally that i couldn't i couldn't avoid it so i mean it's interesting because what you were doing really was thinking you know at least two beats into the future we were just getting into the pandemic and then you have to think about. How are we going to get out of the pandemic and then another step from there and so. I'm curious what your process was in in terms of trying to get that far ahead of something. That was already moving very quickly. So i i had to study the science of it to understand how likely it was. We were going to get out of it. And what i came to conclude was that while the public health response that we had seen in the first phase of the crisis was going very badly. There was going to be a second phase of the crisis that was largely private sector lead. That was therapies vaccines. That was likely to be extremely successful. And so i felt as though dependent mc was already changing the way we were thinking about the world and already changing behavior but the pandemic plus lockdown but that we will go to enter into a post pandemic phase. I will be honest. I didn't know whether it was six months later or a year later. But you could see if you studied the people who are doing the vaccines were incredibly bullish on their on their ability to get this done even within the first few weeks they were saying. We'll have something a year now to give people perspective of vaccine by which just ten or fifteen years ago if it can be made it all takes about fifteen years often so the fact that they was sure they could compress the timeframe so radically was a huge events in science that i don't think we've adequately understood but it gave me visibility on a post pandemic work
Facebook's Future with Mari Smith
"We're gonna be talking a little bit about facebook's future in some of the things that she seen going on there's a lot happening privacy's sort of a big thing right now which will touch upon but lives video groups all kinds of stuff. What's the biggest thing that you see right now. That's really changing. Facebook that marketers need to know and then maybe we can get into some of the specifics of those things that they need to know. Murray absolutely well you just mentioned privacy and it was just double checking the day and it was march of two thousand nineteen zuckerberg mark zuckerberg kind of like almost like out of the blue is a little unanticipated. He pandas mega manifesto his privacy manifest doom. And everybody's talking about always. The pivot to privacy am own kind of interpretations of why this came about. You know what's the longer term. Play here that sucker. Berg is up to in it was in essence of there was an aspect of it was in response to the potential antitrust is also just getting pushed into like Know all the regulation components of i think eventually the whole social media landscape. We'll get regulated. That's inevitable just like radio television newspapers. It's inevitable so that's coming at some point and this is Kind of anticipating that in. What's fascinating to watch okay. What is the pivot privacy. Meanwhile they're doubling down on focusing on the three main messaging products that what's out being the biggest one. And then messenger which is really the number one messenger gap into the us. What's up number outside the us. And though they compete with apple i messages is pretty popular around the world and then the third one is instagram dragged in so zuckerberg in that manifesto use this word interoperability numerous times. We're just talking off lying there. Baking together familiar with that. If you're headed by the way my dad was a professional. Baker starlight bake cakes cupcakes stuff. So here's basically baking together. These three main messaging apps are products in essence. So they can kind of like not be in big more difficult so he can stand up there in goal no but no all of our users and our businesses our business. You know advertisers and customers. They have to be able to have these three products together and then but he's not saying out of course what they're seeing public facing which really we can all buy into. It's like hey yeah pun. Intended customer goes to instagram. He's looking year. She's looking at your shop owner. Gosh this item the go they buy it and then they're like but they tend to use what's out for two chatting or managing people and businesses. So they can their customer service. Follow up there asking questions. They can choose which inbox going to land in. What's up is direct or messenger. That's the aspect of interoperability. What's coming to is the ability to actually make those purchases inside any of those three inboxes in get the kind of the follow up. And then you've got that whole aspect of the chat baugh automation continues to be developed. So yes that would be. The main one is really. We were also talking about ecommerce. You know ralph. I know that area you focus on your agency and its ecommerce mobile commerce. you know. it's taken a leaf out of the. The books are the apps of asia's doing predominantly china. There's huge huge apps that entire operating systems inside of one one app. Don't see each being the biggest one of them but i think marketers today really looking towards developing their twenty twenty one plan. If you are in remotely in the world of e-commerce you have something to sell. But my point is there's a distinction here between physical products because that's almost always what facebook instagram ten to differentiate. They bring it all these features and it's shutting up shop earlier this year. The they just call it facebook shop. But it's now kind of streamline so if you have facebook shop it also is sitting right there on instagram and you can integrate with their partners right like shop of finding one of the main ones and so but were they've come right out and said is hey we recognize there are service based businesses and there are digital product based businesses and they're quote unquote working on solutions for all types of businesses. So i'm excited about that. Those those of us do digital product services. Yeah and you kinda started answering the question. That i had mario in terms of you know based on facebook trying to start baking all of these programs together. Have you seen that kind of come together with the programs that they've started in twenty twenty four businesses that are needing help during the pandemic and businesses. Maybe that are not so product centric and maybe more service centric like would have you seen happening with those kind of being a pulled together through the programs that they've started this year. We'll some of the real easy ones that they slipped in earlier in the year was like adding sticker onto instagram stories. Were you could users could recommend their favorite shops. Our local stores stick her in tag. The instagram account. That's made it made a difference to small business. I would hope so also like really trending hashtags hashtag support small business. They also june july of this year really emphasized. Hash is on facebook now. It's a whole other topic. I wrote a blog post about it. Hashtag of thing on facebook since two thousand thirteen so after seven years like okay. Now it'd be a good time to make them relevant on facebook. So i'm recommending to all my clients and students not in audience members is to go ahead and include hashtag support small business singular and plural on practically every post. You do so just adds a real easy simple one but about your question about the baking together. What happened just a couple of months ago. Is that the initial component of that interoperability. Kim with messenger integrate thing with instagram direct. To the point that they changed the dang logo now his do my head and because there's like every logo is all the same kind. I don't know what's happening anywhere. Google did the same thing right. Real visit dead called click up. It's like the same colors. And then i'm like a messenger instagram. Say all these seem like rainbow colors confused a lot of people and so now okay. Now we're not just doing that. light blue on messenger. Instagram and messenger so lots of changes all at once. It definitely does seem like the focus or the push for new products in the last three years on. Facebook has been more geared towards ecommerce dynamic product as and obviously facebook shop. And now you've got this interoperability with shop. It's really interesting. Because the digital the info people service people like. Well wait a second i mean. Obviously small business storefronts. That's always been sort of a mainstay stan. Or you're really involved with a lot of the small business. push that they did for marketing. But it's interesting to hear that digital like these other businesses which we all know and love. Obviously that's like that's how they make their living is going to be a more of a push in the coming years. Which is which is really good news. I think for a lotta listeners. Well it's true because you know we've all been selling online for you know a decade two decades and so wonderful able to have all of these users on their mobile devices and by the way of course. Instagram is one hundred percent mobile. they have the desktop version. But everybody's mobile and then facebook. It's roughly about eighty percent. Eighty five percent that predominantly access facebook on their mobile devices. So the easier. You can make it for the customer whether bbc to just tap tap. Tap bob okay. You know whether impulse purchases or really more thoughtful ones or just even getting into your funnel. Obviously those are. Those are really great in jackson. Re targeting you mention dynamic ads ralph and so you know i think you know some companies are just really good at sitting in your car like amazon. And they're like oh you might like these other twenty. Things would work exceedingly well. I mean it's one of the greatest tools especially for ecommerce
Turner calls curfew ‘nuclear option’ as Houston’s coronavirus cases increase
"We're Sylvester Turner continues to take questions questions from from the the media media about about a a possible possible curfew. curfew. Even Even when when the the situations situations were were as as bad bad as as they they weren't weren't and and June, June, July July and and August. August. I I didn't didn't go go to to the the curfew. curfew. We We didn't didn't do do that. that. So So I reserve the right to do it. Based on all of the numbers that we're looking at. That is a nuclear option. You will hurt not only your bad actors, but you're gonna hurt your good actors as well. The mayor reported Another 403 positive cases of covert. The
Why did Victoria hesitate to remove restrictions?
"We've been holding our breath until yesterday for an announcement on as restrictions in Victoria but it didn't come even though the fourteen day average rolling average is now down below five, which was the threshold of opening up. So why has the Premier Daniel Andrews delayed announcing an easing of restrictions as we said, many times on Krona casts that average of five is not really a terribly meaningful figure and as you get done to low numbers, what counts is in fact, the outbreak status of the virus. and. He you got this outbreak in the northern suburbs. Kind of reprises what happened at the beginning of the second wave in that corridor and the uncertainty that comes with it. So I, think you can take a kind of conspiracy theory to this that it's not being transparent or you can actually imagine what's going on there and I suspect this is taking advantage of the situation that we're still in lockdown taking advantage in a good way or in a bad way. Neither really it's more that the don't fully what's going on. It's clear from a few things that we've seen this probably started with the hospital break and then spread to the suburbs, and it just shows yet again can start from small beginnings. This is quite a significant outbreak. They think they know where every getting it from and they've tied at down but that's the key question. The irony here is that if this happened two weeks from now, let's say for example, yesterday they announced the lifting of restrictions and you've got this outbreak two weeks from now there's no way they would have reimposed lockdown. They were done their best to cope with it. I think what they're doing is being simply pragmatic in the saying okay. We've got lockdown going. Let's just not lifted up quite yet tour. Absolutely sure. We've got this nailed because there's no going back from here and I really think it's as simple as that unless we're not getting the full story I just think it's we can't go back. Let's keep it going the other thing that they might be. Thinking about here is chemical back to where we came into the story back in June. July which is if you remember rightly they ring thirty six suburbs I it was ten post codes, but that didn't work back then but they didn't have mask wearing and the weren't very restricted really at that point. So it's not surprising that didn't work but are they thinking right now that they might actually. Continue the lockdown in the northern suburbs of Melbourne and everywhere else go I mean that would be difficult thing for them to do politically and a very difficult thing emotionally and psychologically for a lot of Melburnians. So I suspect it's buying them at a time just to make sure they've got it nailed they've been through a lot of pain already you could imagine that you wouldn't want to throw it away. If you thought that there was the potential for it to flip back up again but it's big ask and you said before Norman that perhaps we need more transparency from Victoria, what do you mean by that I think is more transparency now than there was, but you just get the feeling sometimes you're not getting the whole story. And when you shoot probably be getting more information than you are but I suspect that they. Simply. Don't know I mean the most kind explanation is probably the most pragmatic which is. CONTACT TRACING IS PR- getting pretty good on Fridays are in breakfast which I was hosting I interviewed professor. Yoon. Wallace who runs contact tracing he was talking through how they really do feel the this. The concentration has improved locked and I specifically asked him about this northern suburbs break and he felt that they didn't fight have that under control. So the feeling pretty optimistic on Fridays or something's happened Friday and Sunday, but it may just be that they didn't have all the information and they just won't that another couple of days in lockdown. So we know that coronavirus isn't the only health problem facing people in Victoria because we're human beings and we're dealing with all sorts of things and one of the really big things that perhaps we should be giving. More, attention to on corona cost is the mental health side of things. We've had a question or comment from someone who lives in Melbourne saying the haven't left home since July, and now they're afraid to go out not because I might get covid nineteen. But because they're afraid of what they'll find in the world will their favorite shops and cafes be shutdown will be taming the Christmas shoppers or will they be ghost town? Everyone's wearing mosques they to Costra phobic Agra phobic self-conscious traumatized to contemplate it. So how do they explain that they still can't leave they? Even though they not locked down and how do they get help I'm so sorry to hear this comments and I suspect you're not alone. But you need help. I knew actually help very quickly because what you're showing signs of is really quite an of a serious anxiety issue. And you've got to actually get that sorted out and you can get it sorted out by speaking to a psychologist and entering into some cognitive behavioral therapy with a psychologist can talke through this get down to the bottom of your thought processes and really readjust you're thinking you should not continue to feel like this. First of all is agony for you. Secondly, there's no shame in it, and thirdly there is help. So the best thing I can probably suggest. Is the beyond blue coronavirus helpline where they will be able to find you help and that's on one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight, one, eight, hundred, five, one, two, three, four, eight. If that doesn't help
"june july" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The phone's on garden since 871 60 003. Mary is in D. C. What is your question? Married like put down some of those bonds side, the larger ones. The 3 ft. Tall. I know. I like to know my preparation for that Those plans had called topiary plants and a lot of times that he did. Universal provider first find a place in the sun because they need son. And what you just planned them. So you dig the hole about prices. White is the root ball. They about the same depth as it is ball. And then that dirt that comes out of the hole, you're going to make speed most Odette He put some of the mix it in the bottom of the hole. They put the plant in there, so the plant will actually stick out of the ground a little bit, And then you put the rest of the mixture around the root ball. Have it like those topiary plans. After you plant them water them about maybe once every 4 to 5 days and in the summertime you have to keep in aisle because they're easily get spider mites. If you see that they are on the inside, the stars start turning brown or on the bottom. That's not turning Brown. They got spy device that could spray him with either dormant oil or systemic in second throne. You can feed them with the plant rest in spring time keeping our spider mite and if they need pruning to the Bruning, how like in April, May June July Not like that. And that and a zoo. Long was there in the sun they should do is just fine. 871 60 below 32 calls on garden Since Stephanie took that opportunity, she's in Philadelphia. Stephanie. Good morning. And what is your question? Well, um I take care of myself. Sales during the Jersey South jersey there flowerbeds are overgrown with we rose bushes that are grown wild at azalea bushes. As I need to know what I should cut Trim. Get rid of it. I should multi first you have to do is pull all the weeds by hand. Having that most of the work will pull out all the weeds. Maybe those bushes pruning back already. Azaleas do not prove because he approved the azaleas you cut all the flowers are for next year. The rose Bushes can be pruned pull all the weeds. They put gallery down. There's a week prevented and ape with most over the whole area, and, like the azaleas and the rose bushes, both going to be fertilized in a springtime in March of fertilizer plant thrust on the azaleas and god interest on the rose bushes. And if you have any other like evergreens in there they also get food lies in the spring. If you got any distances plants in there, we're gonna fertilizer plant dressed in the fall show hand pull all the wheat. Criticality down to prevent any new weeks for coming up. The fertilized. Hey, put most down. He should be fine. 807 to 16003. We're off to Fairfax. Marie is next, Marie. You're on garden sense which question Morning. I have a yacht full of weed, and I was planning to grow some grass seed this season. Should I attempt to correct any soil deficiencies before the best is now spread with with either we'd be the ultra or speed zone or Spurs power. And then wait about the week and see if there's any we still alive. You can hit him again. If you use that speed stone or we'd be the altar. You can actually see it two weeks later already. Spray the weeds after two weeks cut it short. Add eight put the seed down in the ball spots governorship leave, though. And then you put the fertilized the trust. If you think you had a problem, it grew up. She could put the grab control of the same time down too. And water. Everything in together after the seat is down. Be sure the world a little bit every day. Maybe Couple of minutes in the morning. Couple of minutes In the afternoon till after about 7 to 10 Days is up. They start skipping days soon as she had starts coming up, You hit that kicks thought and it's not skipping days haven't bordering But you will get a little longer and should have a good long fall. Still, don't forget defeated again with turf Trust in November, also his garden since it's good to have you with us. Heather is on the line. Hi, Heather. And what is your question? Hi. Thank you for taking my call. Very excited to be on this on the show. My question is, um, about my Oak Street. I have the white oak. White maple oak. It's a mike white. Why don't Andi, I I What is it? What it is, is that I've got in, um all in the tree and around the tree, and actually, my neighbour, one of his maple trees actually died. From a nen. Frustration. It seems like a of and And I wondered what I could do to protect my tree. She does ends. The Maple tree may be bleeding somewhere and answered after deceptive as hell sweet and then make maple syrup out of the sap of the maple. Tell them maybe maybe under stress and I start bleeding, and then you get the ends to do this in the fall feet. The Maplewood plan trust to make him stronger. You're going to put it and you can spray protocols Mosquito Annette barrier or liquidate exactly the same chemical to kill the ants, but make the maple stronger have it fertilizer made to fall. And during dry period, maybe once a week should warn him. Just that the maple is bleeding somewhere and the answer after this app. I see. Thank you. That's a very interesting Any other questions. I know that, actually, that's a really interesting so that probably the reason why we're seeing so many other books that are also on that same tree. Yeah, you get a foot still. Take it on that do always. And Heifetz make it bleed again. And then you have more ants again. I see Yes. See that is a product that's called annual three and strap in second troll, but you can not buy that. The melons you have to buy the Virginia now there's not wanted to use it. Has got annual tree and shrub in second troll is just soil drains reported around the trunk of the tree and it just pick it up. I'll protect the three that a whole year. Okay. Thank you. So much said Okay. Also for my dogs. I have dogs that are outside all the time. You get annual tree and shrub control yours put it on the soil, and it goes in the ground today Is that her two dogs at all? Okay. Thank you so much. You're welcome. It's gotten since 807 to 16003 radio Garden since dot com. Maria Leaf has the 8 30 news next, then we're back. Woodbridge, Washington More than ever depend on 105.9. W M l.
Consumer Spending Rose in August, but Incomes Pose Hurdle for U.S. Recovery
"The stock market enters a new pandemic quarter with a sense of cockiness say Hubris. I'm David Brancaccio I about four percent fewer people signed up for unemployment benefits over the last week still that number eight, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand remained stubbornly high with about half the jobs lost in the early months of pandemic still not made back. We also have news this morning on our spending Thursdays we get a briefing from Diane swonk the Chief Economist at the tax and advisory Firm Grant Thornton. One of the great teachers on this subject Good Morning Good Morning. I was looking at the new consumer spending figures it covers August looks a little won-. Yeah. We saw him come in point seven percent pace that's down from one point, one percent and almost six percent in June July and under one point one we're really losing momentum there and after adjusting for inflation which really interesting in the consumer spending as we did see a nice pickup in spending on services people finally returning to hospitals you up on all those elective surgeries they deferred during. lockdowns and also spending on some travel picking up what we didn't see and what was really devastating was we saw drop in spending in food stores in August from July, and that was really closely tied to the laps in that six hundred a week chocolate to unemployment insurance. Much of that was going to the very basics of food and shelter, and we know that food insecurity has already gone her record high and that's GonNa compound unless we get some additional aid to people unemployment. And jobs to people the Big September jobs report. The last one will get before the presidential election comes out tomorrow. What's your view. Well we're looking for jobs to increase by about seven hundred and fifty thousand in the private sector, and that's a pretty big slowdown from what we saw in the month of August. What's important about that these big numbers we still want to see these big numbers. There are some seasonal quirks data, and one of the most notable one is religion hospitality where we're still down four point, four, million jobs many of the lay offs that you usually see in of Labor Day in the leisure and hospitality sector will not occur. So that'll help us out during the month, but that's not exactly something you WanNa put your money on given we're still four point four, million jobs down in that sector. Economist. Diane swonk at Grant Thornton. Thank you so much.
"june july" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"
"On since march the thirteenth stock market has just gone off. Its rails leg. Yesterday we were almost back to where we were like. When when i say within like a couple of digits almost back to where we were pre covid going crazy. What's going on with the market. Yeah it's crazy and that's a great question. I get this question all time from clients. And what i think you have to realize. Is that the stock market. Investors are always forward looking right. It's always a forward looking proposition so back. In march the the market the s. and p. Five hundred was down about thirty percent in three weeks right in that was essentially because the market was looking at corona virus. Are saying you know what this is going to be really bad in june july and august and so it. It was pricing in in march. Would it bought was going to happen. June july and august in so seen now is that the market is saying all right. You know corona virus is still pretty bad. But i think we can see to the other end of this thing though now so now. What you're seeing is the market china price in. What's going to happen in december january right with me so you can't look at the market as a static entity for what's happening right now it's always forward-looking. Wow that in itself is probably one of the greatest extent we can think because most people think about the market you know at least let me say most people. I have thought about the market like what's happening right now right. What's happening right now. Why sela tesla everybody's looking at tesla tested at thirty five thousand five hundred the other day And split was it thirty five hundred somewhere. It's split five to one right thirty. You know people like oh my god. I can by tesla stock right now apple all those apple stock that i bought into like you know a right after covert hit..
Why Is My Pieris Plant Turning Yellow?
"Bruce asks about his piracy plants he has to. A says parts of them turn yellow and Brown, and die back every summer they're in partial shade and I give them acid fertilizer occasionally any ideas on what's going wrong Well, not really It. It is a plant that wants established like any other plant. If it's internal growth now, by that meaning some twigs that are on stems clear back near the the original growth then those stems can sometimes get pinched out and die off as well as the material on out toward the plant toward the edge of the plant I have one only that is oh my. My eyeball heights and probably five and a half feet or so across now it's getting thin. Just. I think because of as because it's been there for over forty years but. It does not seem to do what he's describing however, if it's only a small portion of the plant, let's allow that he is doing things right being in partial shade is good. ACID fertilizer definitely is good I. I, would recommend that rather than occasionally he'd he'd be a little bit more active with that not excessive but active to the point that it says on a package of acid fertilizer X. amount per plant a certain size. I would use one half of X in March? Decent jacket type day, and then I would use the other right after boom period in June. Sustain that might help, but it sounds to me like it's just perhaps age or aging where twigs or dying out. Now if a whole Greek portion of the plant dies off, then I'd be looking for critters such as voles chewing on the bark, right at the ground line something of that nature. But if it's if it's only small areas, I would recommend that you you just cut them out and let the plant grow over that spot I'm hoping it's not too big spot or spots, but Sounds. Like he's doing the right things maybe just be a little less than casual with the fertilizer. Do it each year not as I say not excessively but because it being Eric Ages Planet can well, it has to have fertilizer that has acid either the ad they acid otherwise or whatever but any as long as he's doing that. And would kind of upgrade that process and keep the plant moist because dry shade can be nasty and a summer like this where we went for several periods of considerable drought. it depends on what's where so on but it could be just simply lack of water the plant suffering some from that and the portions that are the weakest of portion of the plant simply die off I mean that's just kind of normal of attrition but I tell him it's been the right place, upgrade the fertilizer a little bit and make sure it doesn't get dry and that late June July and August period I don't mean sopping wet now but but every two weeks a good thorough soaking will sustain that plant otherwise he's in good shape in terms of what he's done.
"june july" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Me, Bob. When? When? When? When? When is a good time to let us know that information? Okay. Okay. Maybe maybe in February. You don't want to say anything because you're not really sure. Maybe in March. You like Yeah. But Dr Fauci But April May June July August. Oh, now you have a book coming out. And then now, now you want to say something Nobody should ever buy that book. You know, Sorry, but they are going to buy that book. And And quite frankly, I am. I am thankful that this information is coming out that the president did agree to do 18 different interviews And just really For what? That that Bob Woodward is coming out with this information, whether it's in a book form or not. Because when would we have found out this information? And again, I don't think it's Bob's job when it's the president, saying this is information that he has Bob Woodward was getting the information from the president. It should be coming from the president, but you talk about I want to get into one more thing, and we're running out of time. But you want to know why all of this is not going to matter. To certain segments of our population. Because there are people who on Li listen or on Lee Watch. Fox News. And President Trump was on with Sean Hannity last night, And once again he defended downplaying the virus. But we coulda lost 2,000,002 and a half million, maybe even more than that, If we did it a different way, and we've done a really good job. But if you look at our numbers are fatality numbers compared to other Countries we're in. We're in. Really. I mean, it's amazing what we've done. We've been able to do something that a country especially with the kind of size we're dealing with. We've done an incredible job. OK, so Sean Hannity did not push back on that. But you have some numbers, G. Why don't you just give us a couple of quick numbers? That you you looked at me you shared with me? So North America North America has a total of 7,785,000 cases. So when you hear, like, okay, there's countries within North America. But when you hear 7,000,700 you would think alright, what you have you have places like Canada. You have the D r u have Mexico. You have Panama? So you would think that somebody has played like way are the United States of America. And I say that with You know what I'm saying? We are. The United States of America were like we should be headed again. All of this right? Of the 7.7 million cases in North America. The United States has 6.5 of them. 6.5 million of those now the rest. Mexico has 642,000. Canada has 134,000. But this is what I'm saying. With the way that we went about this in person, the one last thing I want to say You mean to tell me you you'd be cool with me If I watch somebody from march.
A Conversation With Luke Holden And Ben Conniff of Luke's Lobster
"Hey everyone, and welcome to how I built this resilience edition. These episodes were talking with entrepreneurs and other business leaders about how they're coping during this crazy time. and. Today we're GonNa hear from Luke Holden and Ben kind of the CO founders of Luke's lobster. I met Luke and Ben last year in Boston. When we told their story in front of a live audience there episode came out last November and you can check it out if you're interested anyway since then Lukes lobster has gone through the many stages of a restaurant during covert, which meant furloughing and temporarily closing more than thirty restaurants of the US. Taiwan and Japan Lucan Ban not only oversee a restaurant chain, but they also work closely with their fishermen. To buy process and ship stor and other seafood around the US I spoke with Lucan van from there, which is right by the water in Portland Maine. So you might hear some boat engines and glass clinking in the background, but it kind of feels like you're catching lobsters with them. So when it became clear that the pandemic was really going to create some some severe economic disruptions, you guys had to take some severe actions. Right I mean you had to. Shut down your processing plant and you had to let go about three hundred employees walk us through the process of what you did. As you realize, this was going to be really severe. It was absolutely horrible. Really March seven th. That week that that this kind of slammed home for us I think we were good to act quickly but this business I mean not just because my namesake is in. My family is part of it. There is no difference or or delineation between my personal business life. So when you're faced with ultimately making that critical decisions to like save business, it affects your family and friends in major ways, and that week was there's nothing like that I've ever experienced calling up some of your friends and family members and and furloughed terminating reducing salary We got super small that we we got aligned around some strategic initiatives pretty quickly safety in people was our number one priority. Moving, all our lease to unemployment in doing it quickly was intentional. We knew that there was going to be backlogs in the unemployment offices something like that was intentional to act quickly their for their benefit. We also made sure that we had personal conversations with every single one of those teammates. There was no tax there was no email. There was no like untethered connection. We made sure that they understood the why behind all of these decisions and the intention. Behind it and that that continued, we made sure that we kept tabs in an open dialogue with all of those teammates so that we ended up shutting everything down besides one shack and now got seafood company back up and going we've got twelve shacks up and going there's no way we we've been able to do that unless we had that mentality of people first and make sure that we had those open communication bring people back in the time was right What did you say June employees that you had to furlough I mean what? What was the conversation like? How did you explain that it was tough transparency is one of our core brand values. We were not going to separate ourselves from any of our core brand values during this crisis. So we were honest with them. We were in a tough spot. We we're very seasonal business to begin with we make most of our hey memorial day to Labor Day, and this couldn't happen at a worse time for business guys because we're kind of at the end of our rope to begin with we're just at the end of our reserve in. Just about to start building rebuilding reserves. So when this comes in sales, go from one hundred down to twenty percent or eventually nothing there was nothing in the in the Katie to help get us on the other side of the. So we were honest about that and we were able to have good frank honest conversations with our teammates because we made sure we over communicated in every kind of step of this we made sure they understood what was in our heads in however making decisions and I think as a result of we've always had very good relationships and trust for their teammates. So they understood that really didn't have any other option. Also, say like the thing that everyone on this team understands is that we're here for a larger community than even just the Lukes lobster team. You know we're here for a seafood industry. We're here for fishermen and truckers and people in the production facility. Ultimately, if we're not there to buy the seafood as we've promised come, May June. July than the entire machine fails and you felt that many more people so every teammate at Luke's. Understands they're part of that broader family and that for them to go unemployment to stay safe then actually was creating the opportunity come summer for us to continue buying and continue that ecosystem
Zoom stock surge beats even most optimistic forecasts
"Shares of zoom video accompany that went public in April of twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, thirty, six, dollars a share. The stock is now at four, hundred, fifty dollars a share. Yes what can I add? This is we were discussing whether this quarter. is in the hall of fame of for a publicly traded stock quarters or whether it's just goes straight to mount rushmore as one of the very elite. perhaps only four of all time I'd I'd like to know what others earned the competition for this, and it probably comes as little surprise that obviously in the April may June or or sorry May June July. Quarter this company grew tremendously, but to have grown from doing a reasonable amount of forty, five million in revenue a year ago for the quarter to six, hundred, sixty, three, you know that's one of the reasons six, hundred, sixty, three, million for the core. That, this is a hundred billion dollar company already.
How the Pandemic Is Creating an Odd Boom in Real Estate
"The pandemic is creating this odd boom in real estate. I'm David Brancaccio people lucky enough to keep their jobs during this pandemic seemed to be pondering their living situations a lot. The quarterly sales reporter by home. Depot today were up twenty five percent year-on-year increase double what was expected, and there's news that builders started work on a lot of new single family homes. Last month up twenty three percent Jeffrey Cleveland is the chief economist at the Investment Company Payden and Regal in Los. Angeles Good Morning Good Morning, David I mean you look at this new home data and you want a statistic. Leading Economic Indicators. Which sometimes, it is during normal times. But how much can we draw about the wider economy? What kind of conclusions can we draw about the wider economy based on construction of new homes? The reason why that tells us a lot about the economy is because housing is tied in to the web of the economy. So you know intimately there's employment they're spending the goes into a new home activity, and so you tend to see good sales data as well. I think in part that's why we are seeing retail sales bounce in recent months in sympathy with the housing data. Also things like spending at Home Depot, which we're hearing was topping expectations here for the second quarter. There's an inequality angle though because if you're have the wherewithal during pandemic to think about buying a new house so that the developers get all excited about building new homes. I mean, that's some people in this economy, but others are renters and the living more tenuously. WELL WE S-. We saw yesterday data on mortgage delinquencies switcher starting to creep up. But I am worried David that one of the things fueling all this. It's made this recession unique is the federal. Relief payments that went out really through the months of April May June July big chunk of that ended in. July and as yet it's unclear how or when that will be extended and I and I think that you know leaves question marks for the durability of this
Jeff Brown from "Read to Lead" & How to Intentionally DREAM Your Success
"Jeff Man I'm so excited that you here welcome the DOSA leadership. Well I'm excited to be here when I looked at the lineup. You've had on your show to be included in that lineup is up a real privilege. So thank you. Let me start off by personally thanking Yose talking with Chris Brogan. Couple of ago he had me on his livestream on his show And we were talking about in in you and I have been connected since we both started our podcast pretty much. I started mine in. January of two, thousand thirteen and I think you were spring or summer of twenty thirteen I can't remember. July, Young. And I think we connected even way back. Then I think someone I think John Lee. Dumas. Connected US somehow somewhere But Anyway I wanted to thank you personally because you've been kind of a private mentor to me from an interview style. And I get complimented on my interview style and I attribute a lot to listening to you and learning from you privately. So I wanted to. Your your style in the way that you do it is something that I try to emulate and look up to. So I wanted to personally thank you before i. Went further on that. Well thank you for buttering me up. I'll say lots of Nice things. I know. I think it's it's I can't believe that we haven't done this sooner. Because we've been connected. So Long I love to that we know as looking at your. facebook feed the other day. and. You always post your pictures of your dachshunds and I got two dachshunds and you got three. But you got one about the same time that I did eleven years ago. The same month, a June July I think of eleven years ago you got that dabble when they have what his name, what's his name Frank Frank. And Anyway I've got. Eleven year old long hair red haired Dachshund, and loved Oxen's in fact the kids are printing the wife's pressure in mead. Get another one a new puppy. And I'm like Oh, you know, and then I'm secretly looking behind the scenes online. I just love this dog just. Anyway. So this isn't a dachshund readers podcast, but we could probably turn it into that but anyway I just. I've watched your journey it's been parallel to mine. We've talked a lot of the same folks. The podcast journeys been amazing for me as I know it has been for you. Looking back at this I've had my ups and downs, and in fact, I was telling you in the prerecording here that sometimes. I was kind of in a low funky at the beginning of the summer and I took sabbatical for about four weeks and they just started getting back into it and. What about you is it happened you along these these last seven and a half years seven years for you. You know thankfully no, I mean there have been. A moments where I've taken a month off and you know done releases of of older episodes, I I do have a a streak. I'm quite proud of at the moment. Just because it's a big deal for me, but about two and a half one more than two and a half years without missing a Tuesday. which I could not say about the first several years I, miss one year there but got a long street going at the moment. I. I I. Know You agree with this the important thing about podcasting in center going around a particular topic as a lot of people do can can sometimes be limiting. But. It's possible to choose a and be really specific in your choice of IDEA. But at the but at the same time, have different things that fit within that. For example, I think of intentionally consistent rereading and it's a very specific thing and and. That sort of the mantra that my podcast is built around value of intentional assistant reading. But that umbrella. serves many topics very well leadership, personal growth mindset entrepreneurship I mean the list goes on and on. and so I never run out of topics to talk about that fit within that sort of over arching umbrella and I. I never run out of books being really strange and so others always something new and interesting another shiny thing around the corner that I can I can latch onto dive into an read so. I haven't had that issue. I have been more recently as I as I'm sure you have. Tailored some of my questions to what's happening in the world or. many of the people I talked to make their living or at least partially through public speaking or you know in person workshops and things of that nature and so. I'm often asking, well, what are you doing? in light of your and and everything else. In because virtually everyone I've talked to everyone I interview has been an impact in some way myself included and so. Those kinds of of changes or or metamorphosis to the processes kind of happen naturally as along
"june july" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"90 Plus is a heat wave. Today will be day Number four Number four. Yes, it was officially became officially heatwave yesterday. And today's number for you. So it's in the middle of July. Well, do you feel the excitement this morning, Bunny? Do you feel the overwhelming excitement? You going to say why we'll write? What excitement you talking? I don't feel that you don't feel like you know, you don't feel that. Well, you should have because you would think that every time we graduate. Right or progressive graduate to another phase level. In New York City. You should feel the excitement because Oh, my God, Something else is opening. Something is no was happening. We're returning to a semblance of normalcy. Yesterday we got the face for base for its almost real life. Do you feel the excitement now? I really don't care to go see a zebra or a giraffe. A TTE the moment No. Do it for you. That's face. What about a nice flower? The botanical gardens are open. It's fine. I got flowers and you know my backyard damn malls Game on Friday Night Open Open the gym's open, Open up Some of the restaurants. Let thes people have their livelihood and let us go back to normal size. Go backto our line. Well, I just said to you about the Met Game on Friday night. They're going to play the Braves in Queens on Friday night, but of course you can't go. No, right. You can't go. No. One. I got a letter from the Giants yesterday, telling me that there Governor Phil Murphy because the New York Giants and New York Jets play their home games in New Jersey. So they answered a Bill Murphy, not Governor, Cuomo. That I can't go to those games either, but I can get my money back and or put my season ticket money towards 2021. Do you do you now feel like here We are in the middle of July. This is what four months after the middle of March, March, April, May, June, July. Four months. I mean, they told us ah might be a few weeks. We've gotta flatten the curve. Slow the spread. I mean, here we are four months later, and we're all locked down, lock down, and here's what's worse is The worst states run to Santa's down in Florida camp in Georgia, that Arizona, Texas They're going the other way now, so there's some legitimate fear. At least we're operating on the fear. And then you get this governor in New York, who did a terrible job with this shut down the city. About 10,000 elderly people died, and he's not being celebrated across the country, including Georgia, just yesterday. Has the guy that somehow got this right? How is that possible? There was Yeah, he's advising Georgia. It would be like building blocks zero advising Chicago. Mayor Lightfoot had a handle crime in Chicago. Yeah, it makes no absolutely no sense. Stupid. It's political. It was all organized. Listen, we gotta we're pumping up. Cuomo. Can you have him down here? Make it look good. It was actually a Democratic state senator to divine Jones. And so he was like, Who the hell is this guy to come down on our state and tell us how to always robbery? But But again, that is some of the conventional wisdom some of the perspective. In fact, Dr Anthony Fauci Hui back on television with President Trump Later on today, we'll get to that the man that is throwing out the first pitch Thursday night when baseball season resumes. With the world champion Washington Nationals hosting Our New York Yankees betcha. He's a lefty. You think so? You know, it's funny all the stories jokes I know, but but all the stories I wrote about him, they talk about his athletic prowess. From his days at ST Regis High School. Regis High School. Yes, he was a big star. I guess I guess he was basketball players more suited Tio ride a horse, but God bless. Look, He's been wrong about everything, and he's wrong about what he said about Andrew Cuomo while he did just come out, Yes, you're right with a Woodruff and talking about coma. How you when I think he's doing a bad job, But, of course, the country he's being celebrated. Now here is found. He's one of those guys celebrating and you We know that when you do it properly, you bring down those cases. We've done it. We've done it in New York, New York kids worse than any place in the world. And they did it correctly. We did it correctly asked the families of the 10,000 plus dead, Jonah seen senior citizens as the families If they did it correctly, This guy jumped the shark when he put on the sunglasses and sat by the pool. Now he's going now He's doing the celebrity thing, you know, throwing out the pitch. He's going on some of these more silly podcast shows like that. I'll tell you who you know, disagrees with him. Who's that? Andrew Cuomo. In what Respect? Listen to him. We got assaulted by the covert virus in New York came from Europe. Nobody knew everybody was still watching China on these islands. So you've from China to Europe and then came to the United Way, but we had no warning, so we had to learn the hard way. And we did. We made a lot of mistakes, but we get if we learn from half of the mistake, Okay? Maybe started right there. Douchey. He just contradicted Fauci right there. Right there. He actually made a lot of days. Wrong again, right? The little weasel or this. Cuomo comes out yesterday when we should be celebrating Fey's for getting closer and closer. Yes, Like you, said Bernie. No museums, no malls, no gyms. No indoor dining. No fans at sporting events. Use me, Don't nothing, Nothing so, but we should still feel a little better. What is a phase for day? And instead he comes out baseball. What we saw in the story of Queens this weekend. Long Island, upstate New York as well. Then he threatens. He threatens New Yorkers on this celebratory phase For Monday, he came out Governor Cuomo this prick, and he threatened New Yorkers when he said this. We cannot allow those congregations to continue. If it happens, I'll tell you what's going to happen. We're going to have to roll back the opening plan, and we're gonna have to close bars and restaurants about.
"june july" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Rest of June July we're going to have instead of getting seventy percent of what you wanted you're going to get zero and they talked about Nancy Pelosi's comments did you announce a policy said on CBS radio cut to hear Nancy Pelosi now this is after the Democrats are the ones stopping police reform the Senate listen to cut to from Nancy Pelosi another way for the company to happen they're going to have to face the reality of prickly personality the rallies of the need for justice and policing and the recognition that there are many many good people and non law enforcement but not all and that we have to address those concerns until then they admit that anything and I have some suggestions that are worthy of consideration but so far they were trying to get away with murder actually the murder of your people and there is another issue as far as the only driver right there Republicans trying to get away with murder did you hear they're trying to get away with murder actually the murder of George Floyd Nancy George would have been in Minneapolis Minnesota you know you know every single alecto did position from dog catcher to mayor in Minneapolis including every elected position in the police is a Democrat he you do know that right the governor is a Democrat the mayor's a Democrat up and down the chain there Democrats in Nancy Pelosi is saying the Republicans are trying to get away with murder well they're the ones pushing a reform bill that the Democrats won't even debate that includes increasing requirements for use of force reports a tracker for the no knock warrants saying if if you do away with the chokehold you'll get federal funding if you don't you'll lose federal funding for them the Democrats just want to micromanage police from the federal level policing is a state and city function they don't care because they know they're not gonna do it anyway they just want to use it to try to get votes which is what they do all the time but that's about I mean how is there anything worse you can save so senator Tim Scott responded to Nancy Pelosi cut eight police but for going to a conference before she was not what actually happened was that the Democrats did not believe that we will produce a quality product once we produced it and then the president to put the icing on the cake came out with an executive order that even the liberal commentators said this was a real meaningful executive order I think it's a good league back because they don't want this president to have a victory on another serious issue issue confronting the minority communities this is a clear war war race politics at its worst attempt cuts right I mean look at what trump is done before the lowest unemployment rate for blacks in American history ever right re doing the the the crime bill that so many people in the black community have asked for for so long since the late eighties that was all since the early nineties excuse me that was done by president trump and so many others to talk about it the executive order the president trump wrote about just it was a week or two ago and so Tim's got saying they can't let him have these victories because you know I think it's just a few more percentage points of black American votes and he wins so senator Tim Scott Republican South Carolina went on to explain some of the stuff that was in his bill that the Democrats won't allow to even be debated cut nine bottom line is we provided the resources we had over two point six billion dollars for training for de escalation for the duty to intervene for for a process to get the chokehold band face said no to all of that they said yes to one thing I will give my most loyal constituency nothing until after we get them to help us win that's terrible and that's what they've been doing for generations they've been doing it for generations and somehow unfortunately a huge majority of black people still just keep going LOL well the form again you know I signed the find crazy is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result it seems like that's what liberals are falling into now isn't it eight five five four seven to get you on board the program I've got some audio you need to hear a little bit more this stuff from pelo see the responses to it for sure and then the latest on cove it and governor Cuomo in New York I've got his audio this just gonna blow your head off all right it's all coming up in just a minute.
"june july" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Selection from the WTMJ breaking news center I'm Kevin wells a twenty four year old Milwaukee man now facing up to fifty years in prison for a fatal hit and run James C. curry was the driver at fault during a high speed car crash that eventually killed fifty eight your own Jacqueline Lewis on Milwaukee's north side may twelfth according to the criminal complaint curry has been charged with second degree reckless homicide and is also facing another felony count of hit and run involving death the collision happened in the wall park neighborhood it flipped the woman's vehicle and sent it down an embankment a witness even soccer you grab a child from the back seat and run from the scene a data module in his car suggested he was traveling seventy five miles per hour in a thirty forensic files also matching curry's fingerprints to the ones on the car doors president trump is calling on churches to re open however the Catholic diocese of Milwaukee county will remain closed today and will not hold any in person masses until next weekend the interfaith conference of greater Milwaukee representing more than twenty states in southeastern Wisconsin say they're five hundred different churches synagogues and temples have also had an online and don't plan in person services for a while interfaith conference executive director Pardeep collector tells TMJ four news really think about June July and some stories of ours but it's all about beginning in twenty twenty one so even waiting out the entire year the archdiocese of Milwaukee adding they appreciate president trump's enthusiasm in concern for religious freedom however they will wait until may thirtieth thirty first for in person gatherings it's not a matter of if but a matter of when a successful covert nineteen vaccine will be made available according the pharmacist and professor of pharmacy at UW Madison merry Haney even though the many vaccine trials remain in the beginning stages some have been successful and some haven't any tells WTMJ Scott Morris acknowledges those who develop the vaccines have been pretty good news coming out is pretty optimistic our ads as the clinical trials move on of course the successful ones make the news and and of course the successful ones also hit make the press releases he says the science shows the virus has remained relatively stable meaning it hasn't you turned it into a new strand corona viruses are known to mutate your W..
"june july" Discussed on WTRH
"It's too April may June July all but if you get mad twenty state okay all right yes okay so you're married to him and then you said he used to go to church I gather that means at some point he stopped going to church is that correct he got up there I get fees he blocked blood okay okay so use save for renewal it gives it a change life to Christ is that right it might kill it go to article as a content and then defend minorities who sent me to chill every Sunday morning since right hello the young woman that was I've made my share and we were living together and it beats up right share my posts and appears to to face spray and he beat your child who's three years old great people on Facebook mmhm at the give him a separate it was I use to read to them and tell them what do you have anything in the room he beat up but it says it's proof and he told me he did more than that he didn't put up with us when using he did more than that what what do he did more than that okay where is our careers we will win alone in the room it was abuse yes they live in several times and there are people that he is still there a ring and thank one point a lot for me two or three PM I'm a missionary a muscle hello yeah I'm a full grown dogs the most you know I was born are born again in front of George but he called me to wash it under seventy hello again may call in it's Tivoli spirit I wanna go trick but the political too much of the tax stay out of yes will live in and it was the least we have a home in the late seventies you could see a formal in diesem and I got the call in actually I walk in the North Sea and then those in favor for seven years both a new economy until early L. one night I was three one morning a week go by nine three and date Hey where I was in the community and I don't remember where I am you see I was in middle she and then he went to the beach in the a community in a way in the area for and I didn't remember my city I don't.
"june july" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"For June July and August and we gotta do is go to our website and on demand webinars with doing it on social security tax pro tax planning Medicare our Roth iras how to convert a Roth empowering women I'll talk about that in the next segment about empowering women because a lot of women out there a loss right now Chris and this goes back to what I said about understanding and asking for help what's wrong with that no that's it especially now people want directions clarity confidence and that's we do each and every day so think of the phone schedule time to meet with us it's call bucket planning is making sure that you have your accounts in the right buckets with the right purpose you know you taken risk with your investments even read money you safe with green money do you have yellow money where are you what are you trying to do in every situation is different so pick up the phone schedule a time to meet with us eight three three Maggie tax eight three three Maggie tax you know and you talked before about you know people that we we talk to all the time but want to be conservative but you have to ask yourself this question are you in favor of more games then you know Los what a fair gain of number user selling number here two or three percent be okay if you don't lose ten or twenty have you thought about it that way because Chris when he talks to you about this there's certain ways you can you can position that account will you get the gains and not the losses and the big thing Chris is reduce the piece of people paying on their all your reason for one case well that's just it now's the time if we learned anything from the past the thirty five forty five days is really Sir questioning what you got going what's really happening are you phone the crowd over you making of stands to put yourself in position to take advantage of these opportunities and that's what we're talking about here so if you're just following the crowd you know the markets come back that's fine but now what you doing are you still following the crowd we can do something different pick up the phone schedule time to meet with us.
"june july" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"On the air about political spending Jennifer in Victorian Kerr and I were I was actually just kind of listening and I said to them save it for the air save it because that's how it tells us to be quiet stop archiving save it print well because this is good stuff and I don't want there's nothing worse than killing the spontaneity of a good conversation and I don't like that that was a reset it you were you were saying at that about you're talking about the number of advertisers who was the highest it was spending the most about money and Bloomberg was spending the second most only to geico and I said it you know I get it from a political perspective how come people need to spend so much money in these races but from like the heart of me just someone who thinks about what's good for the country it's unfortunate that we've gone this far because they're really good people who can afford and think they can't afford to run for the presidency anymore that won't because they think they can't even get in the game rancheria and then you said yeah I did think about the idea the idea of running for political office is overwhelming for most people and like Jen said there are so many really good and good hearted people and smart people who maybe have a unique background that they can offer something totally different to the public sector and yet there's just as you can get the hills the American way said it put it in perspective this story I was reading one of the trades Bloomberg well Bloomberg is gonna spend probably about a billion dollars between now and election depending on how it is but he works his way into the the what is it June July when they have the first of August maybe convention at any rate that ups the ante for everybody else and most everybody else can't spend that kind of go about six and a half billion dollars expected to be spent on the radio this year during the run up to the election in November and sixteen billion is expected to be spent now on television as the run up to the election I mean this is of sanity the amount of money and it is it is it is buying info not that in this case you know do I think it's bad now because good for my business that's good for you know those of us who are in the advertising business and let's face it that's the business that we're in here on the radio as my daughter so aptly put it when she was in college when people ask her what her father did for a living she said he's filler between commercials that's the bottom okay his ten minutes before the hour here on the DJB program how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it becomes a regular course do you really.
"june july" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"june july" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"We encourage you to do that during the holiday season until your family and get them to do it to you know, Eric is living walking breathing embodiment of somebody making that incredible gift. Eric win few. I don't know how this process works. You do you went through it. But I can imagine there's this point where you know, today's the. Day. This transplant is going to happen. And I want to hear from you. What was it like for you? When you. Following the surgery? What happened when you woke up? Yeah. So the actually I had a apartment close to Chapel Hill because like I mentioned earlier with parents lived in the Charlotte area. And so is about three hours, maybe two and a half hours to Charlotte from Chapel Hill, and I got an apartment because I was getting all kinds of calls in in if it was June July July fourth weekend packed up and moved to the apartment. So it could be closer. So it wasn't so devastating for for meteor. No. And then have to travel three hours two hours back. So you know, we we insipid eventually, but then we didn't get another call. I didn't get another call until November. That was is like, oh, you know, I kinda jump the gun mimic. I guess got a little scared at that point that it might not happen. But I never let enter my brain. I don't think those very positive about it. But what I did get the final call. I was actually back in Charlotte from Christmas each celebrating Christmas. My parents so at seven in the morning on Christmas Eve fourteen I got a call from the lung transplant coordinator. And he says, Eric we have we have organ that looks really good. And when you come up, and you know, ASAP, they said, okay? Well, before that didn't, you know, they said, you know, pack, your bags, and blah, blah, blah, and you come on up your and I'd wait in media for a while. But the soon as I got there I just had to feeling because all my family was in town. And the point that just kind of felt like this was different. This is this was it, you know. So I'm driving to UNC and thinking about the whole time thinking, this is this is what this is. What's planned this? Is going to happen. Then everybody was showing up kinda late after I got there. And they meet it got me up to the OR prep area and just signing waivers. And you know, and then, you know, my mom and everybody got there. And I think they felt it too. So they took my oxygen off and any walk into which I thought was a little unorthodox and I'd never gotten through the operating indoors. I always on the on the cost that always. But not in ilar. So I walked Omar, and they start sitting things off. And and I just knew that I knew that. There was no way that they get that far and say, no, it's not looking good, but they could have but they didn't so everything works out. Great. And as far as waking up at right after trains, you're still still groggy from the drugs, and it's supposed to be in a lot of pain, but they keep that will monitored and under controls. So I remember waking up and. They took out the the trick right away. And I remember just feeling low just freaking out because I didn't have nasal came up for auction to come in. And that was like a childhood blanket to me, you know, it was very important that had all the time. But I could fall threes. I decided to expand my lungs more because they had been you know, kinda close down for a while. So, but it was it was definitely definitely surreal being able to walk with. Without oxygen, and there's I have recorded on YouTube video. So I walk and it was less than twenty four hours of surgery. Yes, ma'am. It was it was it was amazing. So I still feel these moments where if I climbed to the top.
"june july" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Of course, you have your your your tesla conference every January, but there are some other events there that you're you're promoting tell me about those. Yeah. We have in Belgrade Serbia sometimes could do in June, July nine and ten. And also in Philadelphia. We on tesla. So okay. It's pretty interesting. Also, call oldest people with the free energy equip and who displayed in national park, really put you cannot do anything for them and then second amendment storm there and all this. That's of input assumes. So. Do a lot of different presentations. He goes to Franklin institute once a month and do presentations. Public. Different schools events for the school simple. They'll carry John. Who can go through that website and find a lot of things. Alright tesla Science Foundation dot org. Michael Las Vegas called back. But he was his line was still cutting out. Basically he was asking about the practicality of wireless energy. And you you mentioned this in the first hour, but just mentioned it again for those. You're joining us late about his experiments at warden cliff and and. How practical would it be to transmit energy through the air? Without the need of transmission lines. It's pretty hard. Question is good question. But it's very it would be perfectly that it'd be have in our house. Widely Senator g and became computers and everything without any cables either. This will be close to this very close. Question is this going to affect our bodies? Do and I have create any medical problems and Ocampo global teams just really very very critical that what's going to happen. One thing is. But the users of the second thing is what's gonna happen with the. Thing cruise the countries would leave only or no selling the energy and oil are they going to act and what's going to happen. So it's. The way it would be very practical to have everything wireless. Never put. Gasoline in the car to be able to drive the car. Bickel dreaming. We will never be paid. That's I don't think there's ever gonna happen. But. It's. What what this present to the people? It's deeper story short. It's very complicated enormously complicated. And we all have a vested interest. We all have a vested interest in the fossil fuel industry. We're all right. Sort of in this together. Can we talk a little bit about the battle between Edison and tesla AC versus DC? And how that was alternately decided I mean, it got pretty nasty Edison. Was kind of a kind of a master at pub-, publicity stunts and things, but let's talk a little bit about that battle. And how we arrived at a C versus Edison's DC. That I. The main thing is we all know that energy cannot be transferred. Betty fodder and. We will have like power station almost inevitable. Just imagine. How many in Toronto power station you have? But that's one way or the other theories. If is something illegal this. If you don't have a Sheila will probably have better fix solar. We will use geothermal a lot. And who knows what those will will make. You know, also I some old the goddess before we get the gasoline engine. We have electric cars. So it would probably work. Really good. So. Yeah. A lot of benefits ACL. His son was not really easy. Quite innovate coke. You wanna protect choosing into this know killing. Designing exchange and it did. And it was very tight fight who I get the data pools who got lighting cheeses, Chicago sad. All this really easy. And there was also kidding north jersey in one small town and electric lighting was built around the globe ACO lightning. Big. There was woman under this this light, then she'd disappear. And that's when the break that's been do all this stuff and their evidence for that, the people talking about this tell me more about that a woman disappeared because of what it is a roadway, New Jersey and this love and he gets problem in New York. He moved in New Jersey. This is not not parts of the jersey, and they build electric lighting first elected quite thing on the Glock. It puts sixteen lights on. Polls before that they have guess. Yes lights, and they have c light thing. Now, they have lights with lust would give more light brightness. Lust energy use. And they don't have to come every morning too Gasol only in the morning, get everything. So now, they have this beautiful small town with a lot of light there. So they're LA's everybody coming to see this and. That so use paper the woman. Some woman disappeared from somebody who knows where and how. So there was woman of the tests for light and people watch just disappear. Because of the tesla lightning and people are so scared lake and they destroy all distinct nerve growth bacon, have believed his investors slept. So in other words, this was this was a scar. Touted? This was a scare tactic to scare people away from C was that the idea. Credit? Yeah. Let's let's let's go back about this yellow prints. See I got to smoke foul called society. And I was able to find eight year old man who work there. The end of the book about all this stuff in. A lot of us and Soviet. Well, let's stop and everybody thinks otherwise I will not talk about this about other stuff. I'm not sure. Right now, the Royal family, they'll leave New York, they have spent three books published. All yellow prince what about this law? What? Different newspaper publishable. And of this stuff. Is on a tesla collection dot com. So people can be able to. So that's how people like you don't shake hands. You don't right that much and everything now some someday sitting home and finding different information, and they just relating the book and believe, and again, you mentioned, you know, Hollywood to make different stories people making creating studies, but we can't take this. As a I think, I love this museum websites. It's not really big. But whatever it's there. It's for real. And I was stated that right? You'd mentioned just getting back to Edison versus tesla AC versus DC. And you mentioned Edison building this electric chair. And for people who don't know the story again Edison wanted to convince people it was trying to convince people that AC because it had it was the ideas, it would it would need to be transmitted over long distances. And therefore it was dangerous because the greater greater power was needed. And so he decided to build an electric chair for someone who is on death row. I believe it was in New York. An electric chair using a c current alternating. Current. And and so people would would see okay, they're using this deadly alternating current to kill someone again. This was part of the the PR war that Edison was launching against tesla. But but it really was lost. The battle was lost for Edison after the Chicago's world fair. Correct. Because it was so successful. See what the other thing is majority of the houses that van was built by hordes today. I wouldn't wasn't house. And now, they have to expose they have some kind of installations thinks and divide hanging in one side of the walls, and that expose so you just have some kind of think what you connect your lights to this vice and a lotta times houses, but let's say, you know, there was saying like if you wanna put in your house you call Christian so ACL tradition. Granny the away. So they said convincing just you mentioned convincing people.
"june july" Discussed on Photography Tips From the Top Floor
"At Tf, TDF dot com. So that was May June July August like most of the summer, I actually spent writing we finished the second edition of the German photography handbook, which included lots of research and updating lists and adding new content, and including new photography. It's like a new book. I don't know how much of that will make it into the English. Translation, I don't have much influence over that. So it's for the US publisher for rocky nuke to decide, of course, a lot of people tell them we want the updated version, just a hint. No at this point. There are no plans for updating the English as Latian, which is in itself is is a cool book. We just kind of updated it because of its it's now three years old and just things things. Interesting enough. In the analog landscape in the film landscape. Things changed your it's a lot of news and a lot of new developments in films coming on the markets films going away just a whole bunch of new information that changes every day. And then the new book release again, something that took years in the in the preparation, and then finally made it to the United States the the white angle book. Of course, is what I'm talking about links is the show notes, which yeah, I'm really proud of that one because it was such a such a difficult process to get to the point where I I was really happy and the publisher was really happy. It's also my second book that was translated from German to English and came on August this year or this year two thousand eighteen. And yeah, thanks everyone. Everyone out there. Thank you so much for leaving a review on Amazon, which is kind of important three depreciated. And if you have if you have the book, and you haven't done, so yet, those reviews are are are very important signal. Not just to myself. I mean, of course, it Stokes may go have very happy to seek good reviews. I'm also happy to see. Critique if you find the typo sent me an Email. I'll make sure that it gets into in the next issue. There's a reprint we can put in a fix some Typos and stuff. But it does reviews are also really important signal for the publisher if see good reviews by actual customers. And if you bought the book, let's say Amazon, you can it'll jury review with say verified purchase or something along those lines. And then the next time the publisher needs to make a decision like four or against a translation of a book, those reviews will make o'brady that decision. They will as at least part of their decision on on how engaged the community is because that's a really important thing for publishes these days. So you can totally influence future decisions of the publisher by being vocal about if you like the book or what you would change her just be vocal. That's important engagement is a really important measure for the publisher. Okay. That was media. Photo Turin August Irelands north west game of thrones slightly game of thrones. Themed we went to the giants causeway way we went to the dark hedges early morning almost at night to get there before the tourists, which the very cool a cool exercise of love the photo that came out even though the dark hedges have been photographed a gazillion times. But. It's still I mean in general Ireland is just one of my favorite locations that I've turned to so many times now and planning to return there in the future looking at actually going back with a west coast. Ireland's west coast, Atlantic coast theme photo tore in twenty twenty. We're working on that. So keep your fingers crossed that everything will work out that it's it's if it works out we'll start in Galway and make our way up the wild Atlantic way. That's what the caller west coast with a ton of amazing photo-ops. They're great landscapes. Great people. Great beer, great food. Everything is amazing about Ireland. I just love island. September little voting fantastic fjords. Another one of my favorite places. I just love the north. I just love no way. It I'll go back there in shape worry on a ship to experience northern no way. Not only winter. But also from the water, which a really haven't done that much in the past..