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"karen claire" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"karen claire" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"First responders who jumped into action earlier. I'm not Christmas Morning last Christmas morning. Their bravery and cool headedness likely saved lives and prevented the worst. How to come and way are eternally grateful that law enforcement agencies and I was always so I backed the blue. Back the the the blue who are upstanding and who would want to be a cop in this day and age. Quite frankly, I'll give you that. But the majority of cops out there good folk, and I certainly appreciate it is what you do. I also think you gotta call e, uh, call it out when right is right and wrong is wrong. But with Joe Biden, I'm not sure if he knows if it's Tuesday or chocolate, but that's a different story altogether can is in Dallas. He's been waiting patiently on the line now for a very long time. I appreciate it. Can Dr Fauci kind of get your get your wild of the collar? Right. Right, Brad. I've been thinking about this question and heaven and have not had an answer since the middle of the year and about Dr fell Tan and the way they're coronavirus, and I'll try to make this pretty quick went down for me was The MBA. First hate. The games were all sudden canceled. Major League Baseball's coming up in April. We're gonna push it back to may and then that flat did not happen. And then Dr Fell C. What I can't understand is how is it that we gave it to one person? To become the sole spokesman for covert 19 and the words I hear follow the science and it's always a message of fear. And I would have thought that there would have been a panel of wise men and women from Big and small business sports, medical Infectious disease economics That would have kind of a combined message. Would that would address all the issues that we have? But you mean you mean you mean people outside of government who actually have to deal on a day to day basis with running a business making a profit dealing with the general public? That sort of thing? You mean a panel of people with common sense? Is that what you're suggesting? Yes, That's what I'm suggest. How How dare you throw common sense into this, uh, this discussion and that's the problem with with with Dr Fauci up there at the National Institute of Health and Infectious Diseases. He's been around for a very, very long time up there and makes quite a nice chunk of change. The last time I checked I think his salary was somewhere in the three hundreds. I may be wrong, and it may be more maybe a little bit less. But you know as well as I do that Dr Fauci did not skip a paycheck. Neither did anybody else in the government. They all got paid as the rest of us were forced into lockdowns well, and let's be fair. Originally, it was two weeks to flatten the curve. Remember those good old days? Yes, I remember was due weeks to fly and liquor. And here we are. What going on The 9 10 months later. So what? Make him what makes him the the expert. I think it was a combination of you had Donald Trump as a as a first time president up there. You had this unprecedented What appeared to be event in in in China, which I'm still not sure we have the full story on everything that's going on because I spoke earlier in the program today about the original video coming out of Wuhan. With people following down on the ground on the sidewalks and then having to be carried off etcetera and then literally bulldozing roads in and out of the city. So I don't know. I I I feel like we have not still been told the full truth about any of this, And that's why they keep it so close to the vest. Because if you had had this panel of Businessmen and women who were in the private sector. Who were going to advise the president, you know on when, when, when it was suggested that we closed down the economy of the country, the people with common sense and actually, some skin in the game would've said Whoa. Hang on. This is gonna cause massive economic disruption. And I don't think it would have happened. Therefore, I think and you have to believe that there are enough people within the government confines who absolutely despise Donald Trump. And I know this sounds conspiracy theorist. But I think that we've seen that there are enough people in government and elsewhere who despised the man that that made it easy for them for them to Tonto. Keep all those cards close to the vest and use Dr Fauci as the expert as the head of the National Institutes of Health and Infectious Diseases, or whatever the name of the agency that he is in charge of because Lord knows we need another monumental government agency. Do you think it would have been different Had we got in the business owners and the general public involved? Yes. Yeah, I do. I really do. Ah, I also saw. I think he was I don't know, camera, medical doctor or or infectious disease Doctor And maybe about she's infectious disease, saying that he early on saying he would have never shut things down. Okay. This guy seems pretty intelligent. I don't know who he was. I can't remember. But I thought that took good person have on this panel before you make the decisions. I've actually thought that somewhere online bouncy would have said You know what? You're not going to put all this on me. I need some other people. T help me through this unless he's Very full of themselves, or they put him in the corner. I don't let's see here. Hold on. I think I have the right bell for that, And that would be it. I think Dr Anthony Fauci is quite full of himself quite enjoys being there at the forefront, has made himself available for all of these interviews. I'm not suggesting that he had the underwent the surgery for the nodule on his vocal cords. Because he was doing so many interviews, but it was awfully coincidental. S so I'm not going to suggest that he did that as a form of vanity. It may have been absolutely medically medically necessary. But since everybody else up there decides to pontificate on what people shouldn't shouldn't be doing. I think I have that right as well. But no. Can I completely agree with you? And thank you for the phone call. The reason the doctor Fauci has been the expert in all of this is because He happened to be in the right position when a president who the first time facing any of this stuff had to look to those around him. For those who think that Donald Trump is a dictator. I don't think that this would have been his first choice to shut the entire economy down. He was told by these people. Hey, this is what we have to do. He was surrounded by those quote unquote experts who suggested that this is what you have to do to, you know, two weeks to slow the flat in the curve. Which turned into a month and then six, the nine months and we don't flatten the word. The curve, even go. Probably along the lines of influenza, but that's why and again I know it sounds like a broken record. But that's why I keep going back to this whole mistrust thing. Because of what they have done because of what we've allowed them to do. Because the power and I think it was Not Karen Claire and I'm Cindy. I'll apologize for getting your she's with the convention of States and she said the power does little. The power lies with the states. That power lies with us. We've forgotten that we need to find a way to reach out and take that power back. Unfortunately, I don't like is going to be pretty. Not suggesting anything in particular. I just think that if we finally get off our duffs and pull this power back, it's not going to be a pretty situation. Maura on the discussion, whether it's the Rhona or the election, or any of the other misadventures of the federal government coming up next on the Rick Robert Show here in new stock a 20, WB ape. This is Mark 11 are.

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"karen claire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"karen claire" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Care and Oh, no. Look, Karen is having the worst fun. Karen, Claire, Lisa, Jennifer and Rachel. Wow. And, um so anyway, what's in a name? Quite a lot. Apparently, if you want your kids to grow up, financially savvy in secures Ah, a name. Is a way that other people see you is what the researchers have shown in other sub head. That's a study of the name is the way other people see. Well, No, but I mean it it distance the way others see you. And I mean, I remember this one Marquette University did a study and this would have been like 12 or 15 years ago, and they found out that people with traditional names. Would be hired more than people with quote unquote outlandish name because there's all this assumption judgment bias with the name right? I mean, If you had a name that, like I remember thinking I can't put Lori on a resume. She with my with my degree I'm like, Don's going to hire a lorry. You need to be a lorry. I did my full, really name. I did the same thing. Yeah, because I just said, because it back then I mean here. Is this your resume to get you in front? But the name is there is something was. Yeah, This is when I do it. So I just wonder sometimes, if people should have resume names, sometimes. Who as as opposed to, I suppose, to our names. The name? Yeah, that your nickname or whatever that is, You know, there's kind of I don't know. I just You can start calling me Robert Robert C. Now, Robert probably gets more investment. Rob is so casual, you think? Oh, he's a skateboarder and smoking pot and checking out chicks. I mean, it just depends. Sorry. There's been study after saying I'm just saying names. It's it's da, and it's a theory and you know it's Ah, it's AH Tuesday Productive day. Help laze lays. It's nice out. It's a sunny, nice Tuesday. Listen, we'll be right back with the rest of the headlines. Nothing but good times getting.

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"karen claire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"karen claire" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Get there today with increasing concerns about the effect of the corona virus and what islands prison population the governor and the state department of corrections backing a proposed prisoner release according to the city's Providence journal report they moved to release prisoners with ninety days or less left to serve that was proposed by the Rhode Island public defender Attorney General Peter no runners office though has stated opposition to this release plant which she would have to be approved by the way by the Rhode Island Supreme Court when this comes as the department of corrections announced yesterday that a second correctional officer has tested positive for covert nineteen all beaches public parks and work in Middletown closing to prevent the corona virus spread now this follows the governors in aspen earlier this week that all state beaches and parks would be shut down over concerns of public crowding both will work in Middletown are advising that there we'll be police officers monitoring the area still now all state beaches and all state parks and parking lots will be closed by the way by order of the governor starting tomorrow now doesn't mean you can't walk on the beach you can still do that what they're trying to do is discourage large crowds from gathering and you know with parking parking lots being open because as she said last weekend she got reports that that the parks in the beaches were absolutely mobbed and people would just completely ignoring the need for social distancing cell you know as I said the other day this is why we can't have nice things because people just don't want to behave block island leaders got together to discuss the coronavirus response and here's NBC tens Danielle Kennedy pictures of teddy bears pin to windows across Long Island to help students learn in a different way they're walking around the town and they have to count the bears they see in all the windows the whole town getting involved it feels great because you do need to break the stress Mary Stover lives on the island and runs beach real estate she's about a week into the shelter in place order that's effective on block island until April fifteenth being separated from the family that that's heart that's difficult today town leaders say most people are complying with orders to stay home but at places like the grocery store or a more animals in the call center visitors discouraged from coming to block island anyone arriving here has to self quarantine for two weeks the tight rules necessary town leaders say due to concerns about limited services and resources on the island right now there are no cases of covert nineteen on block island the doctor at the islands Medical Center says if someone tests positive residents will know what town leaders warn it will likely get worse before it gets better more than get back to work we were reminded workers business owners like Stover hope the extra precautions now lessen the blow later what ever sacrifice we make right now in the quiet season is a sacrifice we're not going to have to make when we're geared up ready for business but for the foreseeable future empty streets decorated with little signs of hope a community doing its best to stick together from a distance as Daniel Kennedy from NBC ten Dolly Parton's new children's series will start streaming tonight here's fox's Michelle Paulino country music superstar Dolly Parton stepped up to the plate during the corona virus pandemic with two major gaps the first part is good night with Dolly where the singer songwriter helps get your kids ready for bed when we reading some stories from the imagination library wearing pajamas and holding a book I'm reading glasses pardon through her book gifting programme for children will focus on comforting and reassuring children during the shelter in place mandate it starts at seven on YouTube runs for ten weeks pardon also announced that she's donating one million dollars to help find a cure for corona virus and is encouraging her fans to donate if they can shop you know fox news now six fifty eight Kroger is looking out for its employees who were on the front line in stores during this corona virus outbreak the supermarket chain has announced it's going to pay these hourly workers a hero's bonus it'll come as an extra two Bucks added to their Arlie rate of pay for shift work between March twenty ninth and April eighteenth and to make sure employees have access to the additional money Kroger will be handing out the premium weekly they have a statement says our associates have displayed the true actions of a hero working tirelessly on the front lines to ensure everybody has access to affordable fresh food and essentials during this national emergency according to Kroger's chairman and CEO Rodney McMullen said in the release that the hero bonus is just one more way we continue to convey our thanks and our gratitude so Kroger will give the frontline workers a little bit of a hero's bonus choosing a name for your child no small task and there's a new study revealing it could actually impact their life more than you might think investment platform etoro analyzed its database of twelve million users to figure out which ones achieve the best and the worst investment returns over the past twelve months the top five girls names for investment returns were Anna Maria Laura Helen and Sarah while the top five boys names were Andrew Sam Alex Christopher in Darren on the other end of things people with the names alley rob Dan Karen Claire and Lisa they saw the lowest investment returns a researcher adding that the data reveals a very definite link between certain types of names and success in investing in the stock market other studies have shown that the way people react to you can also vary depending on what your name might be so you should name your baby Andrew or Anna if you want them to be rich in the future that's what this particular study finds everybody's looking for a little extra doing these days with the volatility on the four oh one K. so let's see if we can help you out with a thousand Bucks vice president Mike pence asked yesterday why it took president trump so long to respond to the threat of the coronavirus you seem to shift gears and shift the blame over to the center for disease control or possibly the Republic of China or both in response to a question that was posed by CNN's wolf Blitzer vice president said that the national health agency was still assessing the risk as low in late January and he said the reality is that we could have been better off if China had been more forthcoming with information and the truth when the illness began spreading their vice president said the president had never meant to belittle the dangers of the virus but was just being optimistic at that time presidents getting mixed reviews by the way for his handling of the corona virus pandemic let's see who does this one politico morning consult poll sixty one percent of registered voters said that he was very unprepared or somewhat unprepared to cope with the crisis that's according to this politico morning consult poll another thirty two percent thought that he was very prepared or somewhat prepared overall forty five percent said that they approved of the job that the president's doing fifty two percent disapproved as always the results differ sharply by political affiliation to and of course who's got the ball in the field to know what time the polls in the field local governments seem to be getting a higher marks from the public then the feds are for handling this more states taking tougher action says the corona virus continues to spread as I just mentioned thirty eight states have a state in home order in place is fox's Steve Rappaport Georgia governor Brian camp announcing a shelter in place order for the entire state affected Friday this action will ensure uniformity across jurisdictions for Georgia sheltering in place and help families and businesses be able to comply with its provisions camp also shutting down public schools for the rest of the year we will accept nothing short of a victory over this virus Mississippi governor Tate Reeves issuing a similar order beginning Friday this will not be easy for anyone but we believe it is the right course of action reeve saying the goal is to prevent the state's health care system from being overwhelmed Steve Rappaport fox news home depot is no longer.

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"karen claire" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:28 min | 1 year ago

"karen claire" Discussed on WTVN

"Mamas in your life but there's a report out this morning about choosing names for babies new study reveals it could actually impact life more than you think investment platform etoro analyze the data base of twelve million users to figure out which ones achieve the best and worst investment returns over the last twelve months when you look at top achievers are the five girls names who did best Anna Maria Laura Helen and Sarah top five boys names Andrew Sam Alex Christopher and Darren one of the end of the other things to people with names like Allie Raab Dan Karen Claire and Lisa sol lowest investment returns a researcher says the data reveals a very definitely between certain types of names and success in investing in the stock market other studies have shown the way people react to you can vary depending on what your name is so what I'm saying I mean we've done shows in the past about goofy names that people have so if you're a parent you might wanna not look at doing the reigning name or name and all your kids with the same first letter and all that stuff because it seems like it actually has real impact on the job boards so meant even though there's no real actual sports happening there are moves that are going on behind the scenes that we talked yesterday with our basketball analyst Tony white Caleb Watson looks to be thrown his name into the hat for the NBA we know Wimbledon officially canceled now we know golf basically on hold until what the end of may now yeah that's the rumored at PGA hasn't said that yet but I saw some reports on social media that that announcement is coming that right now it's through I think through may fourteenth are middle of may they're going to extend it to next couple weeks right up to the memorial so where tournaments are either postponed or canceled again I. ER by wants to reschedule but I you know some some of these events are gonna have to go away right I mean even if you start playing let's say you start point like you mentioned the report about baseball boy would it be great if they could have opening day July fourth C. that gold gets going then I mean you've lost a lot of the calendar everything's not gonna fit in in September October November so I don't know some of these tournaments are gonna get lost the latest I mentioned and I've been talking about earlier today about the British open that there's reports that it's going to be cancelled the royal and ancient this morning we are in a that run the British open because of that speculation Joel came out with a statement and basically the gist of it is we have been canceled yet but it they made it clear that it's on the table and postponement is an option but you know again like I said it how many dates on the calendar are there so and that's it it's certainly with gold if you can get the British open did you want to get it yes Sir but I mean can you have like three majors in a row I mean can you do three weeks of major back to back to back I mean they some killers going to dictate a lot of it in the I know yeah well the masters in November I mean could you imagine I mean here's the thing if the everything does get going at some point you may have the World Series the masters yeah NFL all this stuff happening at once we're gonna go from nothing happening to everything happening at the same time so it's going to be it's gonna be crazy because like all the commissioners maybe need to get together and have a confab about that because I ate that would be too much I mean yeah yeah I know that there's nothing but if there's too much it's just frustrating as well but everybody wants that you know crown a champion and get get their stuff in it but you're right I mean it's gonna be it's gonna be crazy town the next few ones Raisi town now for a different reason because nothing's happening right to me crazy when everything's happening all right here is the dose of the news overseas I mentioned what what's going on with the British open there are multiple reports in Britain that it's going to be cancelled but as I said at the RNA says hold on not yet there are a bit they said it bought twenty minutes ago put out a statement and say that they are looking at other options including postponement the news comes on the heels of the cancellation of Wimbledon mentioned that the other day the historic turn that was rumored to be the next domino to fall all the more club made it official yesterday's first time since nineteen forty five during World War two that we will but it's been canceled while we're at it a much smaller yet significant sporting event in England was also canceled yesterday Major League Baseball what's going to happen the cubs and cardinals play a two game series in London in June and will be announcing that that is off as well we already told you that Buckeye junior Caleb west was declared for the NBA draft leaving options open to possibly return well the officially announced for the draft yesterday and this statement included what obviously sound like a good bye Weston thanking fans is teammates and his coaches he is hiring an agent you are allowed to do that now and still return to the coach Chris Holtmann and his statement regarding Weston said he fully supports cables pursued the MBA and says he loved coaching the top of the date star could be adding another huge honor to his resume topping already named the Associated Press player of the year was yesterday named one of five finalists for the wooden award among the other finalists big ten player of the year Luca guards off Iowa and in this unusual time that worry and when sports replays are actually drawing a lot of yours blue jacket fans take note Fox Sports Ohio announced yesterday that they are replaying the jackets historic sweep of Tampa Bay in last year's playoffs on four consecutive nights game one will be airing next Wednesday April eighth from the central Iowa dealer support staff medical use radios extend WTBS could suffer thanks for at seven forty five business strategist sherry Perry joins us for a few minutes on the live line right now and sherry were kind of thrust into this where we kind of got to learn to work remotely as a strategist what are some tips you can give us what we're doing that so thank you for having me on this morning's all working remotely or is something that we are on the rise in America go back warrants are there are you know lots of people out there I was once thought from a remote working standpoint people need to understand that not everybody is why you're naturally work remotely some of us are he distracted and we will commence girl that if we're going to have a remote a remote workforce that we have to be very clear communication that we have clear expectations a difficult employer employment that we have people that give us the opportunity to help these people be successful from the worker's standpoint they gotta get up every morning and actually go to work so you know you might do about just getting up and working conformance and that's great but if you want to be productive in a remote work space environment what you've got to do is have a schedule up on time have a workspace and do things to protect yourself to some people can go to the doctor extremities become innovators work on you know twelve hours instead of their eight hours a day to break there's several different things that you have to DO one of the coolest things that an employer can do is really sit down and talk through the parameters of remote work and what they're expecting and making sure that they're having that line of communication open yeah I would imagine them you said right they're learning communication open communicating over communicating whether it's you know facetime video conference it said texting it so just be straight up phone call all that so I've got to be super crucial right now it's incredibly important in fact said the exact word witness over locating leaders right now in this time of crisis you know the company that we work great for example across the country are we're already having a meeting with their staff members now regarded if X. element of remote working on top of managing people it's not an easy job but it can't be done they just got to make sure that you like you said which is the over communicating clear expectations and when when yeah so what about that person that's having trouble you know they they're not great at being at home working alone you know not everybody is wired that we created that way I mean you cut him slack to cut him loose what do you do well before you cut him loose he said come from slack remember this is not an act this is not a known situation for a lot of people and felt the leader's job right now is to make sure that there are very clear it's almost like bowling right when you go bowling you're teaching a little kid Hannibal you put those bumpers hands so that when they throw the ball I mean it might go back and forth it might look messy yeah but at the end of the day it's gonna hit something you've gotta put those guys in for your staff members who are learning and trying to figure out how to do this remote work scenario yeah well and that's that's the thing I mean you know we got funding it's forty five states and the senile always stay at home orders so what anybody that is to work in some likely doing it from home and even if you're not good at it with these orders in place you know middle of April end of April into may gonna have to kind of figure out a way to get it done because this is this is kind of what it's going to be for a while well you brought in this just brings me to a really good point which is personal responsibility you feel like you're good at it guess what you gotta get good at it and you have to figure out listen if I were paying me what I paying me for the work that I'm doing it out of the view of my work at my employer and it's time to just step it up yeah that's a that's an excellent perspective you put on the other hand you say Hey I might get it done on their perspective that's a that's a great way to look at it sherry thank you so much for the visit sherry Perry business strategist here on newsradio six ten WTVN give me just a quick minute.

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