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04:19 min | Last month

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"You know the that is often the case for large company. So that's the challenge in front of them however they also have saved to take the example of cisco they have the ability to force lower price point on the cpi violence through just sheer volume essex and then also their install base so they have a very very very very good chance and then also that tradition of doing excellent aquisitions and making them super successful. Another one is them. You know kind of these multi networking players like an al jazeera or navy tricks. That had challenges gonna be scaling. The security to the local pops colo's right worldwide nationwide. And so that's that's kind of challenge. Yeah i think some other interesting Kind of threads on this. Is that your the traditional sort of approach or you know the way new technologies kind of rollout. Frankly is the in north. America generally speaking the enterprises. They have their own internal. It departments which then deployed the products will wide say in europe and asia. Pac generally speaking. It's a lot more popular to have your manage service provider manage managed network and your security for years now and you know within new so north america moves quicker and the smaller companies are the early. Adopters it goes. Smb then up to the larger enterprises however in this model. It's kind of interesting i think. Msp's have an awful lot to gain. While they had an awful lot to lose on the play they have a you know. There's a big play for them so because buying large they have that c. p. at the hung right you'll broadband a connection is a variety or or a france telecom british telecom comcast and they potentially they have You know they control that beachhead and you know. I think it'll be very interesting to see how that plays out and so not. Surprisingly versa is doing an awful lot with ms peace globally and in a really really upset a rolling out. And so you know. That's that's another thing in terms of selling because it's basically a solution. The encourages few devices like fewer sa- consolidation on the security side is move to security away from networking which all makes sense the nancy. Naturally i think networking departments. He'll have resistance. And then some you know within security departments in they'll be resistance and so it's it's kinda the sal is in many cases more from the cio or senior management. Down getting to buy in first and then the to get the customer to sober by and Another you know. I think key features that don't get mentioned very much I think multi tenancy role based access control A very very key Because it basic enables customers to sort of separate the different functions between security and networking and then departments and also helps support this sort of zero. Trust type approach And then also network management. We saw with st when while sdn had huge advantages benefits You know as a solution with the consolidated consolidated you..

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After Seattle protest, police, man differ on what led to his hospital stay

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:27 sec | 4 months ago

After Seattle protest, police, man differ on what led to his hospital stay

"Hospital, but his condition is improving, Attorney Karen Kohler tells Converge Media's Omari Salsbury officers knocked her client to the ground that time kill, went limp and face down and stop moving. But office of Police Accountability Director Andrew Meyer Berg says he's reviewed video of the incident and has AH, different take. There's no indication that Chester's head makes contact with the pavement disappointment at the University of Washington fans are

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Phillies owner John Middleton questioned after deciding to fire Gabe Kapler

The Howard Eskin Show

05:14 min | 5 months ago

Phillies owner John Middleton questioned after deciding to fire Gabe Kapler

"Last year. Hindsight's great, but it wasn't hindsight. John Middleton at the news conference last year when Hey, fired Gabe Kapler, and this is self explanatory, and let's hear John When you fired Ruben Amaro, you said it's a results based business, right? Gabe Kapler took the hit. And I'm wondering why it was just Gabe Kapler. And I, among other people are wondering why this and I like both Matt and Andy. Why those two gentlemen are sitting with you today after what you've done, so I'm gonna ask you a question. How are you going to give you some stats? The question is this You tell me what part of this organization isn't better today and really substantially better today than it was four years ago when they came So that's a little minor league system and I see since match drafted I believe you have two players that made the major leagues and Kohler bring this year and hazily. So outside of that, I'm wondering there's a feeder system. Other teams have injuries and they've overcome them. The Phillies couldn't and I don't think it was all games for, but I realized the decision had to be made. But what did he have to support him? From your draft picks. So happened Let me I've got the bullpens IRA, but to answer your question in the second half of the season, particularly from the trade deadline on Howard Isn't it? The fourth highest for the best bullpen? You're a in baseball. So this kind of sit there and say that covered was bears is not true, because if that's the case, then what about the other 2016? The worst bullpen. The cupboard was bare. Look at the bullpen this year. I love the way McClintock and he looked at Macklin Tak when he said that he fed him all these stats. Two roll out during this news conference. That's a joke. The bullpen the fourth best from July on well, this season doesn't go from July 1, and that's It was, it was a mirage. It was a joke to defend him and then animate failure says Well, we have three players in the top 100 baseball in the minor league system. There's 30 teams. That's barely an average. The Braves had five in the top 64. So let's go. Let's move on. So this week, McClintock and this is beautiful, too. This is a joke. God, let's go with McClintock. Um I am really proud of this team the way that they have overcome Not only the cove it issues early in the year, but more recently, the way the guys have stepped up to overcome some of the injuries that we've had Andi put themselves in a position this week to control their own destiny on DH Make a push for October. Um, that's probably The biggest thing for me, Bob is that I'm proud of the way this group is handled it. There's been, um, you know again, there been many challenges, most of which you've written about, but Just to see guys. Come up from the system and contribute to see the way that No nap and March John have performed in Jae Hee's absence to see The way that bone has been able to slide over from third to first security downs from 2nd 3rd to help us navigate. Reese is injury. Um, you know the way that Kodiak come up and got a couple of big plate appearances for us. I'm sure I'm missing. Jo Jo and Brandon have taken down beginnings the last couple of weeks. I think that's the thing I'm most proud of with. This group has been really rallied around the next man up mentality and put themselves in a good position heading into the final week. It's a joke. It's a joke I spin. He is the new spin doctor, Philadelphia. They've navigated through the Kobe. So is every other team. The Cardinals are still in it, and they had 11 doubleheaders. The Marlins had to sit in a hotel room for over over seven days, and they're in the playoffs. I don't want to hear about navigating through it. I don't want to hear about injuries. The Braves lost at one time or another, Every one of their five starters. They lost Freddie Freeman at the beginning of the year. They lost a kuna. I mean, it's a joke to you to say, Oh, yeah way injuries and bone moves from third to 1st 1st is probably his natural position and sugar goes from 2nd and 3rd. He started the season at third. It's been It's nonsense, and Jo Jo You know, coughed it up the last two outings. Stop stop. They actually got a break The way Hoskins was hitting that those things happened in their offense, maybe became a little bit better in five years. He's got one player to show for it. One player And that's Alec. Bone. One player

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The Social Science on Women, Work, and Motherhood

The Double Shift

06:18 min | 6 months ago

The Social Science on Women, Work, and Motherhood

"Julie Kohler. Welcome. Thanks for joining us. Thanks so much for having me. Well, I'll just jump in and ask because obviously, this cove nineteen crisis feels totally impossible on so many different levels but this family crisis that you have written about, you argue that it didn't really have to be this way in America that this particular crisis of feeling the strain as profoundly as we have in our families that that's not actually a byproduct of the global health crisis can you explain? Yeah Yeah. But what I think is happening is that we are now experiencing a level of. Discount Verge and seeming impossibility with a situation that really had begun long before the current crisis and it is simply expanded to include more and more families. Those families especially middle class upper middle class families that maybe were getting buys sort of at the margins by our fingertips. I've really been thrown into a different milieu post Cova. So on its own terms, we are living under the economic system that has failed. There's been less growth less economic security in this country since nineteen eighty than in the forty years prior. But this economic approach has become really politically sticky. It's kind of existed or endured as Zombie ideology some have said, and that's because what they've been successful. An is expanding this notion of what constitutes private family responsibility and enshrining that is sort of a reasonable bipartisan consensus. So the article was really designed to kind of unpack the family norms that. At the root of this failed economic approach that's often called neoliberalism and one is sort of an economic assumption that families will provide for their own little public support and nested within that are interrelated with. That is a cultural assumption that the two parent nuclear family is the optimal structure to do. So and I really believe that at this moment were big changes are possible. What we need to do is not just. kind of raised the policy solutions but explicitly critique and dismantle those norms that lie at the heart of the dominant economic approach. Can you lay out some of those norms that we're talking about because the thing about norms is normalized we think that they're normal and that's the way things are supposed to be. So what are the expectations of this private family unit that you talk about that maybe shouldn't be expectations on us. Right. Well, I think what's kind of so ironic is there's been this kind of idealized family type right? Kind of a two parent traditional nuclear families still is kind of promoted as the best way of doing family even though many families no longer fit that structure in any way. But then itself was a social creation of a very specific time in history, it was really kind of the mid twentieth century postwar era and it was enabled by massive government spending. So it was only able though for a certain group of families largely white. Families especially and with husbands who had unionized jobs. So those benefits massive investment in housing massive investment in higher education for white men who were returning from the war and could benefit from the GI bill. All of these public supports enabled this kind of family ideal. Now, in the forty to fifty years, kind of sense that is beginning really in the one thousand, nine, hundred eighties we've dismantled all of those forms of public supports that made that kind of family possible and yet we still have the expectation that families are going to be providing for their own. So it's kind of a catch. Twenty two families they're forced to believe. It's their responsibility to provide for everything for their kids that can assure a middle class life for economic security in the future families have to pay for childcare to all the kind of enrichment activities that accompany middle-class life these days to higher education, which is increasingly financed by families or through massive debt that families have to incur either college students or their families on their behalf. So the economic burden for families has increased exponentially over the last forty to fifty years, and yet we remain locked in this family ideal. This notion of what families should look like. That simply is not possible with the economic burdens that we now have. I'm curious. Besides you know us feeling stressed and. And people having less and less money like what sort of the result for society of that. Yeah. Well, here's what I think is kind of interesting. So this economic approach was facilitated by two parts. A partnership you could say between Neil Liberal economists. So these kind of economists would a specific idea about what would lead to economic prosperity and social conservatives especially, Evangelical Christian Social Conservatives, and the case that Evangelical Christian Social Conservatives made about the innate superiority of the two parent nuclear family like that has not actually one out in the court of public opinion in this country like. People today are far more accepting of a wide variety of family forms and they were a generation ago. So we're at a very different place in kind of what we think can constitute a good family and yet at the same time because of all of these policies because of these economic shifts. Individuals are more heather to families through wealth in debt than they were a generation ago. So it's almost as though the economics has done the bidding of social conservatives for them. They haven't been able to succeed in winning the ideological war, but they've wanted on the economic

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US-led coalition forces withdraw from Iraqi base

BBC World Service

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

US-led coalition forces withdraw from Iraqi base

"The U. S led coalition in Iraq has withdrawn from the touchy military base, which has regularly been attacked by local militias. It's the eighth Kohler's from base in Iran to be handed over to Iraqi forces since March. Targhee base has come under rocket attack five times this year In one strike in March, 3 coalition personnel and two Iraqis were wounded. Iranian backed militias have been held responsible for the campaign.

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Large fire engulfs commercial building in downtown Los Angeles

All Things Considered

00:21 sec | 9 months ago

Large fire engulfs commercial building in downtown Los Angeles

"Say of firefighters have extinguished most of the fire burning in downtown LA the fire broke out four o'clock this afternoon started after propane tanks outside a large downtown commercial building the eight hundred block of south Kohler street Dundas near eighth street started to explode the fire spread to that building more than one hundred ten firefighters on the scene there but officials say they could be I try to put out some hot spots through the

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Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

Proof

05:44 min | 10 months ago

Exodus Bagels: A Small Business and COVID-19

"The. Week of March ninth twenty. Twenty eight bagels was well ahead of their sales projections that week. It felt like spring people were outside. More and good weather is good for business. Adam Hirsch and Priscila Andrade are the owners of Exodus bagels. They're married and they live right up the hill from the cafe with their two kids and while they've been carefully watching the news of the unfolding corona virus crisis at that moment. Their biggest cause for alarm was that they were fresh out of diapers for their baby mirror on Monday march ninth. The World Health Organization held a news conference about the outbreak. Most countries still have sporadic cases. We must all take heart from that. That director general sounded measured. The bottom line is. We're not at the mercy of the bias. In early March the coronavirus pandemic that was unfolding and China and spreading across Europe still felt like international news. It was happening far away and then suddenly. It wasn't Wednesday march eleventh the. Who declares the coronavirus outbreak a global? Pandemic W Joel has been assisting this outbreak around the clock and we're deeply concerned. We have their for the assessment that covid nineteen be cut. Doctor is Oz a pundit mic that same day the NBA suspense the season after Utah. Jazz player Rudy. Gobert has positive the NBA is suspending. The season I say that same day Adam. Hirsh of Exodus bagels process three batches of though for catering orders Friday March thirteenth. President trump declares a national emergency. Good evening and thank you so much for joining us. We're going to begin tonight with breaking news. The president declaring a national emergency to unleash the full power of the federal government. That this effort today I am officially declaring a national emergency. Two very big words exodus put out a communication about their immediate response. It included mitigation efforts hand washing ordering online using cards instead of cash. Sunday March Fifteenth Massachusetts Governor. Charlie Baker announces a statewide shutdown of all bars and restaurants disorder is effective Tuesday march. Seventeen twenty twenty on Monday march sixteenth At Ten am. Priscila sent an email to the extra staff. It said the cafe would be closed effective tomorrow. She said they were working on solutions and would try to find a way for staff to keep some of their hours less than twelve hours later. Reality Sunken further. She sent a second email to the team informing them that exodus would be closed indefinitely. They would need to file for unemployment on Tuesday March Seventeenth. Exodus bagels posted an image to their instagram account. It was a black and white photo of the cafe. Storefront with the roll gate pulled down the caption read to are valued customers and supporters. We thank you for your continued support during this extremely difficult time. We have made the decision to close exodus bagels indefinitely from America's test kitchen. I'm bridget Lancaster and this is proof. Thanks to the season's presenting Sponsor Kohler. They designed innovative sinks and Faucets for people who do their best work in the kitchen hyper listeners. It's bridget and I wanNA tell you about naked Weinstock content. It's a whole new way to buy wine naked. Weinstock com worship delicious affordable wines directly to your home all from independent winemakers worldwide. It's a great way to try new wines with no risk. Because if you don't like a wine they have a completely hassle free money back guarantee and that's even if you drink the whole bottle on their website you can read reviews from other wine drinkers and you can find advice for what winds to pair with your favorite meals. Go to get wines dot com slash proof for fifty dollars off your first order so one of the things that I found really challenging during this crisis is to make sense of all the numbers that were constantly being inundated with. This is our executive producer. Caitlin Kelleher I heard somebody describe it as like a never ending ticker tape of gloomy numbers and that really resonated for me. It's like the magnitude and the scale of the numbers is really hard to hold in your mind. And then when he comes to the restaurant industry specifically the numbers there are huge and they're really bleak. I saw one industry survey that said eight million restaurant. Jobs have disappeared around the country and projected eighty billion in lost revenue just in March and April but the thing is behind the numbers and the headlines. Real people I I met. The owners of eggs is bagels. Adamant PRISCILA THROUGH MY FRIEND. Tammy a big fan of their bagels. And they're just really great people so when. I saw post on instagram announcing that they were closing a reached out to them and I asked if they let me document their experiences restaurant owners through this pandemic and they said

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Cellar Door Underground Bar

Christopher Kimball's Milk Street Radio

07:19 min | 10 months ago

Cellar Door Underground Bar

"We hear from reporter Amy Goodman about cellar door bar in London than we once an underground public blue amy. Welcome to milk street. Thank you Chris. So this is story about underground bars in London. That are in abandoned. Victorian bathrooms among other things. So let's start with the Victorian London. Where were these bathrooms? What were they like? These bathrooms were built all over London sometime after eighteen fifty and it came about because in the mid nineteenth century of torrens used water closets. But there wasn't anything to us out in public so these were designed to be very discreet. They were black wrought iron which was typical of the era with steps going underground. Decelerate the bathrooms from civil society. So this particular place cellar door where is it? How do you access it just gives us a visual image of going to the cellar door? The cellar door is a place that you could easily walk past. It's just at the edge of the theater. District sort of bordering covent garden and the Strand. There's a pink flashing neon sign outside that says cellar door and just below that pink. Neon sign is a set of stairs going down on the diagonal taking into a subterranean bar. There's a red velvet curtain and I was immediately greeted by one of the CO owners Gordon Anderson. Goo Good evening. Welcome to the seller. Do we are a London? Premiered Cavalry and villas cocteau on a short tour? This won't take long. Will it so a couple of steps into the main Bob? We've sort of we say nineteen thirties. Berlin meets New York die. Boss staff are all kisses out in bow ties and jackets? We serve very much. Traditional cocktails we sell snuff suffers eight tobacco substitute that is ingested through the nose and get some very funny looks when we serve it We have barstools in shape lips. We'll have barstools shapes of tongues. Everything slightly different here to a normal par. Did he talk about the process from the beginning having found this place bidding on it coming up with plans for renovating it? It definitely went through a process of adaptation now in terms of the way the building was transformed. There was a lot to figure out. It was a gents toilet until about fifteen years ago. When the legislation fool disabilities changed. And because it's a basement people. A tests could not gain access to the toilet so the council moved that priority on providing public toilets to street level and so these basement toilets. Alzati closing so it was an asset for the council but obviously nobody wanted a sunken basement toilets until particularly my business partner. Paul Kohler came along. He he used to pass. It was boarded up covered in graffiti and looking very sore so he contacted the council and asked for permission to come have a look As soon as we walked in and saw this place complete with his white tiled walls issue rhinos toilets and Genesis Office. I knew and he knew we both wanted to do something here. So the big challenge is taking very small space and making the most of it. Exactly how did they do that? They used the magic of mirrors. So he'll be on inside. The main. We saw fifty four square meters surrounded by Murs. Make kids seem bigger. Some of the mirrors a faceted. So you don't see a direct image. You see a reflected image of a reflection if accents we have all sorts of low level lighting colored lighting lights which sent the floor because Haswell the irrational trough used to be. It's a little bit about smoke and mirrors. It's sort of like being in Vegas. You could easily lose track of time and have no idea what day it is so the obvious question is. Is there a public restroom in the cellar door now? They've gotten rid of the restroom determined into a pub so do they actually have a bathroom there. Well that's the best part of this far. Chris the bathrooms they had been on a trip. Paul Gordon to New York where they went into a bar that had this optical illusion on the bathroom door once inside the bathroom you could see outside the door so if you were inside the bathroom and didn't know you would think that everyone could see you. People who've not been to the BOB before get very nervous. People tend to crunch to cover whatever might be on show. We've had Arctic Asians when people are drunk. They think they've locked the door but they haven't so so the first time is is kind of a shock. So is this now spread throughout London. And there's hundreds and hundreds of these places being leased out. There aren't hundreds and hundreds of these former public lose being transformed because again these spaces are so tiny and if the layout isn't right it just doesn't work for anything but it's enough of a trend that we're definitely seeing more than a dozen of these around. The country being turned into interesting spaces. There's an art gallery for example. There's a members club. There's a hair salon you name it I think. In general the whole notion of repurposing vacant spaces has taken hold in the UK and more specifically with the use of former underground carriages from the London Tube. Many of these spaces are being used for restaurants for shops for startups workspaces. And actually lend themselves quite well. Because there's built in seating so a lot of this really works and I also think this speaks very much to the British spirit of make-do-and-mend. Let's not just throw something out because it doesn't work. Let's actually turn this into something else. That works repurposing. Building is actually a good idea from an environmental perspective. Also entrepreneurs are always trying to find something different for the public to do. The public are who is trying to find something different to do in. This age of social media can't wait so your friends what you found that they have heard

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Amazon Delivery In the Coronavirus Era

KIRO Nights

06:55 min | 1 year ago

Amazon Delivery In the Coronavirus Era

"Let's talk about Amazon Mike we do that we do can we yeah we use a lot of gear shift zero cara nights and while it and also it seems like you know especially when we're talking about corona virus it Amazon is just such a big part big backdrop to everything from the internet's two packages to products to employees to everything yeah to to the fact that they stick with the one of the one the only company to send all the workers home where many of the workers home you know you all roads eventually you know Lee Hammons dams on and you know pay them a toll absolutely so there is there have been reports we've all heard about this price gouging where people in these these third party seller stores they can sell on Amazon and set their own prices and you go sort of through and they've like rent space on all EC on Amazon and you can go in and buy their stuff from them well a bunch of people are price gouging they're charging a fortune for for necessary high demand stuff masks hand sanitizer all that all that stuff so Amazon is spent S. U. V. suspended almost four thousand accounts over corona virus specific price gouging and they say they say they have a zero tolerance for price gouging and they plan on combating the problem by monitoring storage twenty four seven through automated and manual means my question Mike is can they do that are are they too big to really do this kind of thing effectively well they can I mean given that every product has a code and given that every product probably has some sort algorithmic average price and looking to see what a historic prices and what something is priced so you can you could calculate for a variance in price this is bottle of hand sanitizer this is the product code it was X. amount now it is X. times a thousand percent right so so my guess is building the math on it is fairly easy it's going to find some false positives so that's when the manual comes in so it it's what they're probably doing is they've set up a trigger that is going to call in hundreds of thousands of products and that had cut the team of very very overworked people who are trying to figure out where the price gouging is happening and then but Mike big question is when you suspended account is it suspended I mean I would go permanent if someone has decided to do that yeah they they are going so far as to work with law enforcement federal state and local law enforcement to to hold these people accountable which which I agree but look I don't know how many things are sold on Amazon I don't know how many sellers there are Amazon sells but more than half of their products are offered by third third party sellers that's a that's a that's an enormous an enormous a group of folks okay now let's say you let's say you're on Amazon and you find something in your not being price gouged and you want to buy it have you noticed in talking you out there have you noticed that shipping isn't quite as expedient as it once was they have Amazon has announced that the company that invented it yes this is one I mean they they brought out angels and trumpets to announce one day prime right everybody can order something and you can get it the next day sometimes the same day sometimes before you board it's crazy I think I'm so so what they what they've done is they've said basically like look there are essential things that people need right now and if we don't consider what you want to be one of those things it could be to the end of April till you get what you want yeah and I think that that is welcome to my childhood right I mean I I don't actually mind that I mean I do have do I take advantage of it because I'm a prime member without any question and I do I use for my business some although I do try to go to actually stores around but here's the problem with the with how expensive Seattle's has become a lot of the stories that you might have bought something yeah I'm happy to purchase I worked in the old hardware store they got forced out by home depot this was my job in college they were literally selling Kohler toilets for less than our cost to purchase that a lot of people would come in the by the toilet over there they come into our store by the wax ring for five dollars and then ask us how to install it because everyone at our store actually new plumbing right had not at the home depot and but so I'm sensitive to that I try to go to the small merchant but those but they've they've stopped existing a lot of places in Seattle you cannot buy when you were I think looking for one you cannot buy a router it what you have to go to the hinterlands right and so what I ordered on Amazon absolutely but I think the slower delivery one of four to allow things that are a necessity to move faster is is good honestly I think the slower delivery overall I'd be fine with it I'd be completely fine with it okay you would because your rational person but a lot of us well put myself in this group right we get used to a certain lifestyle yeah but but have you ever noticed that our capacity for impatience varies directly bath medically directly with our ability save time like we stand at the microwave frustrated like come on right what is taking so right and it's doing miracles yeah I think I just remote when you too doesn't open in in under two seconds and I used to wait ten minutes for an image to load and member Louis C. K.'s great think about thank you for getting angry at your phone like it's going to a satellite back into your and you're not happy about how long it takes to do that so I try and I'm trying to keep my patience at a normal level and maybe not in traffic but everywhere else traffic doesn't count well there's some good techs that came at nine eight nine seven three the text line gonna get him again after this so okay so here's here's a lot of people are asking I've heard it over the last few weeks what if you order something from Amazon and it finally shows up at your doorstep well is it gonna give you coronavirus the quick answer now probably not that I wouldn't think so the New England journal of medicine said that cardboard that that corona virus can live on cardboard for up to twenty four hours so you've got a couple off of the slower shipping speed is your friend of his full actually yeah right you're doing fine now it's going to come into contact with the do that takes it to do to do that I'm very formal tonight may I don't know if you've noticed two takes the package and actually drops it off at your place if you are very overly concerned you can just leave it if you have a garage throat your garage and leave it there for twenty four hours

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Tracking The Impact Of Coronavirus In Real Time

The Indicator from Planet Money

07:26 min | 1 year ago

Tracking The Impact Of Coronavirus In Real Time

"News about the economic impact of the Corona Virus. Outbreak has been moving incredibly fast in recent days. Stock markets have fallen throughout the world. Economists are furiously trying to predict just how much the outbreak is going to hurt. Us economic growth and businesses are obviously really worried about how this is going to affect their employees. And of course they're prophets hopefully in that order. Hopefully that order But yeah it's really hard to know. Just how bad things are getting or will get for the overall economy. Especially if you're trying to follow this in real time and to understand why it's so hard we ask. Bill McBride who runs the website calculated risk about his favourite economic indicators. Bill is like one of our favorite indicator watchers and he likes the monthly employment report. Which is what we cover on. Jobs tells us how many how many jobs economies creating and he also likes. Housing starts which just tells you how many new houses have just started being built and finally he likes new home sales which is just a sales of new homes but all of those released after the months over with a you know employment port fairly quickly but it's it's got about a two to three week. Lag in in housing starts a new home sales there. There are a few weeks after the end of the month. For example. We won't really know what happened to jobs in late. February the impact of Corona virus on the job market until next jobs Friday in early April. And so you might think well fine. I'll just follow the news to find out what's going on and there. You might read that events like the big south by southwest film and Music and Media Festival in Austin Texas has been cancelled and that's going to hurt amongst a lot of other people. The service workers like the bartenders and the people who work in restaurants who depend on the big turnout for the festival to make their money but the problem with just using stories to understand what's happening in the whole economy is that those stories are usually about individual people or individual companies or events. So what do you do if you're someone who wants to track the effects of the epidemic for the overall economy in real time like say if you're the hosts of a podcast that does very well? Bill McBride has chosen what he refers to as high frequency indicators these are indicators at all come out weekly and they give a sense of how people and companies are behaving in response to the epidemic. Sell here. We go planet money high frequency indicator number one domestic weekly box office movie sales. So these come out once a week every Friday and they just tell us how much money people have spent to see at the theater. Does it counts discount popcorn. I don't think so. I think he says movie tickets. I feel like that's that's a little indicators matter that's true are you sneaking in the milk duds or are you buying them there. Yeah The obvious reason though that box office movie sales is a good indicator of the effects of the corona virus outbreak. Is it going to? The movies is recreational activity that a lot of people enjoy and since one of the worries about the virus is that you might catch it in a crowded room. People might start avoiding movie theaters and that would obviously show up as a fall in the box office numbers. So what are those box office? Numbers show so far. Well the box office sales shows us the movie. Theater's fine It's running at about. The same rate is last year. To specific people have spent about one point. Seven billion dollars on movie tickets this year just slightly less than they'd spent at this point last year but we also know that it's going to drop because some major movies are GonNa get moved. The most recent James Bond movie got moved to the second half of the year and it was supposed to open next week or in two weeks. So if blockbuster's move towards the end of the year that's GonNa that's gonNA cause it to drop. Plus you know we should see a demand drop as soon as people start really getting a little more nervous about the spread of disease so keep an eye out for that one and now high frequency indicator number to the hotel occupancy rate which comes out every Thursday and as the name implies the hotel occupancy rate is to share of hotel rooms in the country that are occupied that are being used by people staying in hotels and it would make sense for this rate to also declined if enough people are canceling their trips. Maybe they're afraid of flying or because enough businesses are no longer sending their employees to travel for business meetings or conventions. And here's what bill says is happening to this rates Real Hotel. Occupancy is actually started to soften a little over the last couple of weeks soft and you mean. It's gotten worse right. That's like Econo- of Jargon speak for. It's gotten yes it's economy jargon for worse after another words. The occupancy rate is lower than we had expected but only by a couple percent in the airport hotel area down by probably four or five percent over the last couple of weeks. Blow what we would expect at this time of year right now. About sixty four percent of hotel rooms are being used that is lower than this time last year. Plus the number has started to fall recently so there are signs that the virus has already started affect travel and the fact that occupancy at airport hotels has fallen by even more could be assigned that a big caused the decline is that all those companies are not sending their employees to travel for business meetings and bill. Mcbride has won more high frequency indicator that he recommends and it's probably the single best indicator for knowing what's happening in the overall economy rather than in a limited number of sectors and we'll share that one with you right after this quick break this message comes from. Npr SPONSORED SHOW. Bonnie out made to taste just like milk. It's creamy frothy and great with coffee and cookies. But without the dairy because it's not milk it's almost milk new Shabani owed support also comes from colour. Intelligent toilets with smart features ranging from warm water cleansing to automatic air freshening colour. Intelligent toilets are designed to provide an elevated experience more at Kohler Dot com slash. Intelligent toilets. Okay the last high frequency indicator for tracking the effects of Corona virus outbreak on US economy courtesy of Bill McBride. And it's this initial weekly jobless claims whenever someone loses their job they can file a claim for unemployment insurance with their state government and those claims get counted every week. And that gives you kind of feel for how many people are being. Let go because those are people that lost their jobs and are aren't quitting their jobs there. They've actually lost for some other reason. So that's been running around two hundred and ten thousand a week And that's a that's a very low number historically so that's something that we should expect to see start to increase. Maybe even in the data released this Thursday which will be for last week and I really expected in the following week where we're going to start seeing people laid off in the hotel in the crews and the airline industries so far these numbers show that the overall effects of the virus have not yet started to really damage the US economy even though some individuals and some businesses have already really started to fill these effects. But as bill says the story could change quickly in the next few weeks but the overall damage becoming more clear. And if that's the case then he expects that damage to show up in these three indicators. Weekly movie Box Office Sales Hotel. Occupancy rates and especially initial weekly jobless

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"kohler" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

11:05 min | 1 year ago

"kohler" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"What's really ironic here? Is that a significant share. Republican voters are women right but the party is moving in this direction. Were these women. Voters don't have representation in their chosen party. I mean I think that going back to the differences between democratic and Republican women. I think we are at this moment of sort of this. Existential threat facing Republican women candidates in the trump era as white women have have indeed swung more Democratic Post Twenty Sixteen Republican have really struggled to prevail in their primaries and they become increasingly accountable to a Republican base. That one is not that concerned with elevating women leaders and second has been found to be increasingly characterized by hostile sexism. And so I just think that there are some real questions about not just what it means for policy outcomes but also what it really means for our democracy if we are going to be in a country where only one party reflects. America you know really reflects all of the people that comprise the population that comprise the electorate. And I think that really bears some serious attention I. It is increasingly concerning that there is one political party that is becoming even more dominated by only white male leadership political leadership. You know I think we have to take a really good look at what. The implications are not just on policy but really for democracy at large right. And I'm trying to wrap my brain around what that might mean practically and what the implications might be and I can't because I don't think we've lived in the world where you know. The Republican Party has been completely white and all male or their work going pretty quickly. I mean practically what does that mean. Yeah well I mean. I think we are starting to see that writing in with the with the tremendous assaults on women's bodily autonomy that we've seen in the in the last years I mean all of this has really been taken up to such a tremendous level. You know that it really is pretty alarming so I think we have to think about kind of what what the implications are at. I know that there are some within the Republican Party in some Republican women in particular that are also concerned about this and sound the alarm bells but we have a long way to go in terms of reflective representation writ large but it is becoming increasingly stark that the two parties are in very very different places when it comes to reflective representation pride. I guess I'm having a hard time. Viewing this Outside of a partisan Lens I am a Democrat. And I'm thinking you know great. I chose the right party. I'm the party that has representation from all groups in the country and that's good. That's great for me. I chose Party. You know but I guess generally when you do have a primarily two party system. Both parties should reflect the electorate. But it's hard to fathom you know long term what that might actually look like if we do have one party. That's that's all men in a white and the other party that is representing the rest of America. And that's that's you know passing policy. That's important for the rest of America. Right. I WOULD IMAGINE. Ideally that would mean that. The party that has greater representation would be more successful than winning races. But I don't know if that's true it's it's a hard thing to kind of flush out that's right that's right and I'm really interested in this cycle this in the twenty twenty cycle because there have been some new efforts to really amp up recruitment of Republican women running for office like we're seeing continued interest. And I think the energy that we saw in twenty eighteen from the look from what I've seen from early filings. It looks like that energy will be sustained through twenty twenty in terms of democratic women running up and down ballot but there has been an effort to also be recruiting more Republican women who to run in twenty twenty and I'm very curious to see how they prevail like. That's going to be very telling and I. I think very instructive for kind of the future of the Republican Party as well. It's one of the things I was also daydreaming about. When I was reading the study was you know what we could accomplish if we did have gender parity state legislations. Because we're not there yet. We're making some gains but we're not quite there. Do you have any ideas of how we can help? Move that along. Yeah well I think the other thing that's really important to note is that I think a lot of the media coverage about this wave of women that ran in twenty eighteen. It was Kinda framed as though like every day women just suddenly woke up and I'm running for office and I think to a certain extent. There's some truth there. I mean I think there was a level of political interest in political mobilization. That happened post twenty. Sixteen that people got involved in politics at in all sorts of different new ways but we also saw in the wake of two thousand sixteen was the culmination of work. That's taken years to accomplish. And it wasn't just a spontaneous Kind of mobilization of new candidates many of these candidates have been recruited and trained by organizations working on the ground. I know you had Amanda Littman on recently run for something that might know has really been working to elect young people and especially in down ballot races. There are a number of organizations that have been recruiting and training women candidates. Lgbtq candidates black candidates lat next candidates candidates really identifying where are their strong leaders and helping give give them the skills and the training and support. They need to run for office. And so when we look at a state like Nevada and you think how did we get to this point where there's now fifty two percent whereas you know majority women legislature? Well the truth is that Nevada has had a really strong emerged chapter for many years. Twelve of the women now serving in the Nevada state legislature are emerge alums. And so not only do. Those types of programs provide the early skills building and training for. Like you know if you if you're interested in running for office. What do you need but they also provide this network for women rights as they make their decisions as they decide to run for local office for State Office. They are in communication and in in a community with all sorts of other women running and serving as well and I think some of the legislative success that we saw in the in the analysis is likely reflects the successive those types of programs as well. Because you're not then just coming into a state legislature and completely having to navigate on your own but you also have relationships with others that have kind of come up through the pipeline with you and I think that has been a real source of support and strength for a lot of newly elected women's State. Legislators plus a really important point. I hadn't thought about that. Actually that's a really excellent point about you know developing this network of women that you've come up with the same organization the same the same program and and you're right. I did have Amanda Litmanen. And she's great from run for something and I know a lot of the run for something alums have you know. They've won state races including the delegates in Virginia. And they've done really great things so I think that's a that's a really great. Starts Her woman listening to this. And you you want to run for office contact some of these groups and I'll probably publish lists in the show notes along with a link to the city for some of the groups like Emily's list or run for something in higher heights which is another one that helps elect Black women as obviously exactly a really really important programs in where we're starting to see real gains in representation not just of of women but of you know kind of all underrepresented populations it's undoubtedly a byproduct of the investment that these groups have have been making in identifying really talented individuals in helping them Helping provide the skills and the networks in the supports and indeed like all of them I. They're doing amazing work but none of them I think are kind of at this level in scale that they would ideally like to be so. There are huge opportunities to be investing in building that pipeline. And I think what we've Seen Post Twenty sixteen is that those types of investments can really reap tremendous. It's not all instantaneous. But over time they really just you know make make a huge difference in both political and policy outcomes right which is why. I think that this analysis is really important because it educates people on the fact that this isn't just about electing women just because we want. Lx women as women right. It's about the fact that women are very effective. Legislators and it's beneficial for everyone to support organizations who helped women get into office. I think that's really the key that the finding about events that productivity for legislatures as a whole increases that all legislators are more productive on that they're introducing in enacting more legislation in legislatures with greater numbers of women was to me the most important finding you know. I think all of us that are a fight for and worked to advance gender justice. Racial Justice we do this not because we only want to benefit women people of Color Cetera. But because we think it will benefit everyone and I think what we've seen from the productivity is data is that there are benefits. There are whole kind of system wide benefits to more reflective representation. Well Julie Kohler thank you so much for joining me and talking about this really important analysis and thank you so much for doing this work. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you for listening. The electorate is independently created and produced by me. Jen Taylor skinner and of course I'm the host but I also do all of the editing audio and the graphics you name it. It's on my plate so if you enjoyed this. Episode of the electorate cleese helped the electric grow by subscribing. Just hit the subscribe button. Whatever after you used to listen to podcasts. Also leave a review for the electorate on itunes lastly one final way to help. 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"kohler" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

The Electorette Podcast

09:25 min | 1 year ago

"kohler" Discussed on The Electorette Podcast

"I'm Jen Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. Had Conversation with Julie Kohler. She's a fellow at the National Women's law center since she joined to discuss a new analysis that the recently published showing that women are more effective state. Legislators men now. I've seen similar studies in the past about how women in politics are generally more prolific. They passed more bills et CETERA. But I've never seen the data at the state legislative level and this is important because everyone in politics right now is focused on winning state legislatures and I've done at least a half dozen episodes on this topic this year alone because a lot of people have come to realize that winning state legislative races is the key to passing more bills like paid family leave or expanding voting rights and Mike passing the equal rights amendment and this new analysis from the National Women's law center is just another way to think about what can be accomplished with greater legislative power and what women specifically can accomplish with that power. So here's my conversation with Julie. Cooler Julie Kohler welcome to the cast. Thank you thanks so much for having me. So the National Women's law center you conducted an analysis that that uncovered that women were more effective and more prolific state. Legislators than men. And you know. I'm kind of familiar with this research because I think a few years ago. There was an analysis. Done that uncovered similar data right. But I don't think anything's been done recently. And specifically looking at women in State legislators. Is that true? Yeah that's exactly right. I've been really interested. Post Twenty Eighteen. At what is transpiring in the wake of these really record gains and political representation for women. And there's been a lot of focus on the changes in Congress and the role of newly elected women in the house both in taking back democratic control of the house but also and kind of. What's what the issues that they're advancing. But it's in the states where the gains political representation are actually even more dramatic and so I was curious in looking at the states because I think they provide a really important window into you know. The effects of more reflective representation on policy outcomes in examining. What are we seen in states? Now that we're seeing a real gains and tremendous variety across states and a huge range in terms of women's representation. You're absolutely right and just to go over some of the numbers I mean. We've made some significant inroads at the state level. So I think that in two thousand eighteen. There's been what a three-point gain and legislative seats for women. Yes over the last two years we've seen so now we're at twenty nine percent in terms of women's representation overall across all of the States in Congress about twenty three percent but then we're seeing real tremendous disparity across states and so for example in two thousand. Eighteen Nevada became the very first state to have a majority women's Day legislature the first in the country right so I think in two thousand eighteen. Three hundred seats gained by women. Is that right? Dozens laws all of the gains in two thousand eighteen were due to democratic women so it wasn't just women across the board. It was really women based on political party so while there were pickups at in the state legislature of over three hundred seats for Democratic Women. Republican women actually lost forty more than forty seats in two thousand eighteen. So all of the gains in representation have been as a result of democratic women's victories. While I WANNA talk about the difference in the party's there in a minute because that's that's really interesting but I don't want to forget about Virginia. I don't know if you've mentioned Virginia yet but that was really important because I think it was about a month ago. Maybe three weeks ago. That Virginia became the thirty eighth state to ratify the equal rights amendment the era and that was specifically because of these gains at the state level by women. There was I lean for corn rights. And you know you WanNa talk about Virginia absolutely absolutely so you know in a in over the last couple election cycles we've seen real transformations in the composition of the Virginia legislature both the House of delegates and the Senate not only have Democrats taken back control of both Both houses but we've really seen transformations women's leadership so a record forty women. Now serve in Virginia House of Delegates. As you mentioned they now have the first woman speaker With Eileen filler Corn Selection as speaker of the House of delegates and we have the first black woman in As serving as majority leader in the House of delegates there's just leadership and reflective representation across the board Danika. Rome became the first transgender woman to chair a committee in the Virginia House delegates. So we're really seeing just kind of historic firsts. All across the country in terms of women's representation. Do we have any idea of what's happening with Republican women and why it's kind of the reverse of what's happening with with democratic women right because they think that the analysis uncovered also that as far as like all the groups that you looked at Democratic men Democratic Women Republican Republican women to women are on top as far as being the most effective the most prolific and at the very bottom or on the other end of the spectrum are Republican women. Is that right? Yeah yeah so maybe I can. I talk about kind of what we found in terms of the patterns and I'd love to go into the the issue of of of corporate in greater detail to the National Women's law center partnered with Corum. Corum is a public affairs software platform to run some new analyses. And what we wanted to do was really look at how women state. Legislators were faring. These last two years and what we found Several things so first of all women state legislators introduced more bills and some more of their legislation enacted than their male counterparts. And as we said as you mentioned at the beginning of the interview that actually replicates other findings that have found that women legislators tend to be more productive or effective in passing legislation than men but we also found was that greater representation of women was associated with greater productivity overall so legislators all legislators serving in chambers that had greater levels of representation of women's representation introduced passed more bills in the last two legislative sessions than those serving in legislatures with fewer women. So in other words there was an overall effect. There was an overall benefit to having more diverse legislatures Also I think this was the question that you asked about party differences. We really did find that. This was that the productivity was not just a function of gender but was really the intersection of gender political party Democratic Women's State. Legislators introduced bills some more their bills enacted than democratic men than Republican men and Republican women alike and finally democratic women were also more likely to champion legislation that supports women in their families and to get the legislature passed so for example in Twenty Nineteen Democratic Women State legislators introduced successfully enacted bills on paid family. Leave on child care sexual harassment minimum wage than any other group of state legislators so the benefit that interplay with. Liberal Party is one that I think really does warrant more discussion and I think what was interesting. And certainly noteworthy was that when we looked at comparing the four groups of state legislators. Democratic Women introduced in enacted the highest number of bills and the group that introduced and enacted the lowest number of bills. Was Republican women so that was particularly striking difference that it wasn't just a function of gender but that it really seemed to be the interplay between gender and political party. I would imagine that it would be really hard to determine why that is. I mean. I'm just really curious myself that. What is it about the difference in culture between the two parties and the women in both parties? That would make that difference and we do. We know that we know for certain but we can. Certainly I think speculate one of the other things that I've been doing is over the past year. I've been interviewing a number of women state. Legislators about their experiences and I've talked to democratic women. They've all been democratic women. I've spoken to them Women serving in democratic majorities and Republican. Majorities you know in widely different states with wildly different political cultures so content of a good sense of some of the dynamics that they're experiencing. I will say that numbers of democratic women. Newly elected democratic women also have really noted that they're serving in chambers where the leadership really supported them and was open and receptive to the contributions of new. Legislators really kind of empowered them encourage them now. This is of course not a experience across the board but it was noteworthy that many e and really kind of you know coming into legislative cultures. That was that. Were excited about mentoring..

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Seattle scientists, partners closing in on coronavirus vaccine

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle scientists, partners closing in on coronavirus vaccine

"Scientists from several different schools hospitals and labs are working with the Seattle start up to develop a vaccine for covert nineteen K. A. K. A. corona virus the work is being done in H. D. T. bio where they're trying to create a synthetic virus that could be used to create that inoculation need to strip away all of the toxic hard in order to maintain the parts of a vaccine that are safe to administer Rita Kohler says they hope to be in testing in an early stage vaccine starting next month

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Seattle scientists, partners to roll out clinical trial of coronavirus vaccine next month

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Seattle scientists, partners to roll out clinical trial of coronavirus vaccine next month

"Doctors from the university of Washington Fred Hutchinson Hutchinson cancer cancer research research center center and and other other institutions institutions are are all all working working with with the the Seattle Seattle start start up up to to stop stop a a deadly deadly virus virus has has come come was was Brian Brian Kelberg Kelberg reports reports these these say say they're they're about about ready ready to to begin begin testing a vaccine when things progressed to the scale of the coronavirus now known as covert nineteen scientist ria Kohler understands the pressure to find answers so many deaths that are occurring the number of individuals who are infected so that's that's scary she works for the local lab H. D. T. bio and with the help of other institutions they've been able to replicate the virus which means they've been able to synthesize a possible cure there is a clinical trial that will start here in Seattle in the next month it's big news for healthcare providers around the world says the labs a meat canned are we want to be able to make an impact as quickly as possible importantly some interaction development can take years sometimes decades for can get in a clinic but in some areas like this this technology can be made its its groundbreaking Ryan Calvert komo news

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Seattle scientists, partners closing in on coronavirus vaccine

First Light

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle scientists, partners closing in on coronavirus vaccine

"A huge breakthrough to fight the corona virus could be made in Seattle scientists at H. D. T. bio are creating a synthetic virus that could be used to create a vaccine ria Kohler's says they're using our any technology to artificially recreate the virus first through computer simulations then in the lab to strip away all of the toxic hard to maintain the parts of a vaccine that are safe to administer H. T. T. bio will work with several local partner agencies is developing a vaccine advances human trials begin and blood samples are tested to make sure it's safe and effective the early stage vaccine should be ready to test on volunteers here in the Seattle area starting next

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Atlanta couple tests positive for coronavirus on cruise ship in Japan, son says

Rush Limbaugh

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta couple tests positive for coronavirus on cruise ship in Japan, son says

"Or later on it lance a couple has tested positive for yes coronavirus slide and Renee Smith have been passengers on that quarantine cruise ship off the coast of Japan confirmation come from the smiths son the smiths are both eighty said to be doing well and have been evacuated to Tokyo for treatment the length of their hospital stay unknown right now those their plans for another trip this one to Porcher Kohler on hold cruise ship the diamond princess been locked down for more than a week Chris camp ninety five point five

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"kohler" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"kohler" Discussed on WTVN

"Kohler company has agreed to a twenty million dollar settlement over allegations that his lawn mower engines violate federal in California clean air standards Richard cancer ABC news plenty of clouds rolling in overnight tonight the low down to twenty eight degrees and Friday we start out drive but by mid day here comes some rain some rain snow mix and some snow showers highs around forty maybe slick for the afternoon commute to give yourself a little extra time Saturday mostly cloudy in forty one on ABC six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall might peak on your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to talk to George nori call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five to reach George via Skype use Skype name George nine seven three one three send Georgia text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five two one this is coast to coast AM with George Noory next our investigative reporter Cheryl Jones joins us as we talk about the afterlife he's come up with an amazing story of that will take conversations your old online cultural in our last hour.

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"kohler" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"kohler" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Kohler's one through ten the number is eight four four eight eight seven two three three seven that's eight four four eight eight seven two three three seven well we talk a lot about retirement counts in people should be self correcting their only time is basically managing themselves but a lot of people are just a little bit afraid I think they don't have the knowledge we talk a lot of what you got to keep it simple but you just have to have a simple rules rules based plan explain how you can be more comfortable and confident self correcting their own portfolios well the ironic thing gestures that the people that don't feel that they know how to do this actually are doing it within their four one K. you technically they are on it who's making the choices within you for one K. or four three bees if you want to make a change in what you have who's helping you with that he essentially you are you have become your own pension fund managers here already doing it what if you could do the same thing but eliminate the fees because the fees that you're paying within those retirement accounts can can take as much as thirty to maybe fifty percent away from what you could have when you retire that's one of the biggest impediments to you being successful and you know you think if you look back from the year two thousand nine until now yes some P. five hundred been up well over four hundred percent yet in some of the surveys that have been taken about fifty percent of the people is country feel they're going to outlive their savings so what's happened why didn't they keep up with the with the market one of the reasons is those fees and any other reason is a lot of people didn't participate people that lost in the the last crash last recession a lot of them just got so skittish that they never got back into the market and in the reason they didn't is that they couldn't identify that point at which they should have gotten back in in our students using one of the live training sessions that they have access to we showed in that session exactly where the market was going to stop going down in March of two thousand nine and start going up at that one point if you had just been sitting in cash you could have made one trade and been up four hundred or five hundred percent so the identifying the the turning points is key we also identified in two thousand seven when there was a strong supplies own that happened to be right where the the market started turning and took its its route down so the the problem is fees that's one of them and then also mediocre choices one of the things we do in these classes is show you how to better manage your four oh one K.'s and how to set up a strategy we call strategic investor which is a a strategy we've been working on for quite awhile that they're really gives you an opportunity to to be protected but to have returns that are as good as the market even when the market's going down you can make money that direction with it and that's the thing too is I mean really understanding that you are being charged fees a lot of those are hidden and how you eliminate that self correcting in what what how do you start you gotta take action you have to take action do something a little bit differently and I want to give away some tickets to an investing class where you can take take it matters in your own hands learn the said the holy how to self directed really get those returns that you need not what your broker needs only give away twenty tickets for the first ten callers you're gonna receive two passes with us and best in class I got classes coming up here in Scott still and Chandler and these are classes well we've tough thousands just like you our patent core strategy which is designed to teach you to make.

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Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Internet-Connected Gadgets

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Consumer Electronics Show Highlights Internet-Connected Gadgets

"A lot of the companies that showed up at this year make products that are hardly known for technology. Eh grills mattresses. So why does every product today need to be smart or connected. Some people here at C. A. S.. Tell me it's about using technology technology to free ourselves from technology. Eighty percent of consumers bring a phone into the bathroom. We're trying to reverse a little Jonathan Bradley product manager at Kohler earlier which makes bathroom fixtures. We want the bathroom mistake a place of rest relaxation common recharging in technology when you actually need at Cs the company is showing off. It's new shower head Moxie. It has a removable waterproof speaker. Right in the middle where the water comes out. You operate it through Amazon's Alexa Voice Assistant or Your Phone's Bluetooth. Connection moxie joins other teke fide fixtures in colours connect line. There's a mirror you can ask to Brighton or lower the light or play your favorite radio the station. The American even tell the shower turn on and off at least when the Wi fi at cs collaborates Alexa. Ask connect to start my shower. Sorry something went wrong. Please try again try turning it off. Alexa ask connect to stop my shower. Turnoff shower Kohler is not the only company I run into. That thinks technology can even save us from our bad tech habits at another booth. There's a line to try out muse. It's a headband. That gives voice guided meditations. The sounds you hear. Change depending depending on your brain activity heart rate and breathing co-founder. Reo Garden says using her product to meditate has given her some distance from smartphone. I can sit with a little bit of discomfort. I want to check my phone and say nope. That's okay move my mind away onto something that matters to me so it's a little bit ironic that we're using technology to disconnect from technology. But it really he works. It sounds tempting. But the line is long and other gadgets Beckon

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New Safety Risks Under Scrutiny on Boeing's 737 Max

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

34:44 min | 1 year ago

New Safety Risks Under Scrutiny on Boeing's 737 Max

"Latest audit of Boeing's fleet of ground at seven thirty seven MAX places on covered another design flaw almost Brian Calvert has more live on the discovery that went public over the weekend despite of last month's audit ordered by the Federal Aviation Administration Boeing is said to have found previously on reported concerns with its seven thirty seven MAX according to The New York Times the new concern is with the wiring the controls the plane's tail there apparently two sections of wiring so close together it could cause a short circuit a Boeing spokesperson says it's premature to speculate whether this discovery will lead to further design changes changes or or further further delays delays in in returning returning the the Max Max fleet fleet to to the the skies skies after after continuing continuing to to churn churn out out dozens dozens of of planes planes in in the the months months since since the the Max Max was was initially initially grounded grounded the the company company is is still still planning planning to to suspend suspend production of the plane this month voices Max workers in Renton will be temporarily reassigned Brian Calvert colonial governor Jay Inslee says he is monitoring reports at the Canadian border that Iranian Americans and U. S. citizens are being questioned and delayed by the border patrol in the wake of the attack that killed a top Iranian general Friday Inslee says homeland security has informed his office they did not issue an order to detain or refuse entry to a running Americans today representative primal jive Paul plans a news conference in Seattle to call on Congress to prevent a war with Iran the news coverage starts at ten o'clock this morning there were dueling protests in downtown Seattle yesterday right in front of city hall couples Cole Miller says a massive police presence kept them separated being pushed away from city hall those black clad protesters getting the boot parade of police publishing them back the morning started with streets blocked those officers in riot gear on the other side of barriers these people gathering to drown out the three percenters a group of many consider to be racist and white supremacists my city I live here I don't want to see thinking they can walk the streets we don't support white nationalism has turned against you in front of city hall that's where the three percenters rallied insisting they do not promote hate but rather the opposite they call as fast as they want to suppress what we're saying waiting Amerikanische trump twenty twenty flies one three percent tells me what they stand for has been misconstrued people in the media and by our politicians and races in a white supremacist and everything else to do with racism or white homeowners time five await Amazon is limiting what some of its employees can say in public about the company at least two workers have been warned about violating Amazon's external communications policy they claim Amazon's threatening to fire them if they don't stop speaking out on issues the workers claim they were given an email warning in November until the need to get pre approval from Amazon before speaking out dozens of homeless campers into comma could find themselves without a place to stay the cities or the order them to pack up and leave by today to come opened its first tiny house village last month and thirty five people from the park moved in bringing it to capacity quickly the Tacoma rescue mission at a local church of also added more beds to help but some are predicting a potential standoff between law enforcement and those camper so shooting shooting at at a a home home into into a a coma coma Saturday Saturday night night left left a a twenty twenty five five year year old old man man fighting fighting for for his his life life police police got got a a nine nine one one one one call call about about one one in in the the morning morning from from a a house house in in the the thirty thirty eight eight hundred hundred block block of of north twenty First Street the callers said a man had been shot he was rushed to the hospital in critical condition under law is taking effect in Washington to protect cyclists and pedestrians while passing cyclist drivers now must give them at least three feet of space the new regulation helps to clarify what it means to be a safe distance away if there are two or more lanes drivers are also required to move out of the right lane to pass the cyclist cycling advocates hope New River though new rules serves as a good reminder that there are other people using the world's driver was arrested arrested for for causing causing a a serious serious crash crash yesterday yesterday afternoon afternoon near near Northgate Northgate state state patrol patrol says says this this happened happened as as the the driver driver was was getting getting off off southbound southbound I. I. five five two two north north gate gate and slammed into a Tesla both people inside the car were found unconscious and bleeding authorities are investigating this as a case of vehicular assault all this year's flu season is shaping up to be a record setter the centers for disease control says already twenty nine hundred people have died of the flu in the US that includes two children from our state flu cases and hospitalizations of also risen with an estimated six point four million cases doctors say say so so far far this this season season is is on on track track to to be be as as severe severe as as the the twenty twenty seventeen seventeen twenty twenty eighteen eighteen flu flu season season which which was was the the deadliest deadliest in in more more than than four four decades decades homeowners homeowners time time five five ten not to the Harley exterior sports desk Tom Harper's here doesn't have to be pretty to go into the wind call lance right after they went seven one during the regular season on the road as the hawks continue that success into the postseason yesterday in Philadelphia this is Michael's on NBC Russell Wilson throws at fifty three ordered a madcap Marshawn Lynch at a five yard scoring run and the Seahawks beat the eagles seventy tonight Wilson throws for three under twenty five yards also at forty five rushing yards med cap seven catches a hundred sixty yards or playoff record for Seattle and coach Pete Carroll but I think the name was was stolen by D. K. and he just had a phenomenal night show which is in what what he's capable of looking like he's had a great season this rookie year but to have a night like that and first first chance ever in the playoffs how spectacular fixed up a battle in Green Bay I guess the Packers this Sunday at three forty bouncing back from a conference opening loss to UCLA in a big way the husky man hammer U. S. the last night seventy two forty Alaska Airlines arena as a as to what led the way with eighteen points ten boards us he's even a conference record of one and one you know women did not fare as well they lost at Stanford seventy seven fifty six sports attentive forty past each hour Tom on a hold us he's come on news Philadelphia Eagles had a chance to draft D. came at lot of people there and they passed a lot of the machine was an awesome touchdown Stephen is little Superman outfit the door of all its five twelve stay with us traffic and weather on the way just two minutes here on the comma morning news the sex assault case against disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein goes to trial this week in New York and ABC news correspondent Erica Turkey is covering it more than eighty women have publicly accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual misconduct the criminal cases based on the accounts of two including me how lady who is said winds dean forced himself on her in two thousand six women have the right to say no a second woman is said Weinstein raped her in twenty thirteen he has denied both allegations and defense attorney Donna Mattoon will cite emails between the women and one steam always friendly sometimes our manta that would lead I think any reasonable person to think that the claims are untrue if convicted of the five counts ones team faces he could go to prison for life Erin to Turkey ABC news New York a new study is showing the soaring rates of use of methamphetamines and fentanyl across the US according to research gathered from more than one million urine test samples testing positive for math of increased six fold with about eight percent testing positive in twenty nineteen compared to nearly one percent in twenty thirteen similarly the percentage of your exams coming back positive for fentanyl has quadrupled since twenty thirteen the report states nearly five percent of samples tested positive for the opioid last year compared to hits a one percent just six years prior doctors on the front lines of the epidemic of drug abuse and overdose say the statistics are cause for alarm for Coast Guard crew members are recovering after their vessel capsized on the Columbia River near Astoria the twenty six foot boat flipped after being hit by a series of heavy wakes vessel listed on its side sending the crew members into the river they were rescued they were taken to the hospital for evaluation an American model is raising more than a half million dollars for victims of Australia's bush fires by selling the nude selfie is Kaelin ward of Los Angeles is sending what have been described as X. rated pictures of herself to people who who donate donate at at least least ten ten dollars dollars the the twenty twenty year year old old ward ward tweeted tweeted that that she she would would direct direct message message a a nude nude photo photo to to people people who who send send her her confirmation confirmation they've they've donated donated ten ten spot spot within within minutes minutes her Instagram and Twitter private message folders filled up with receipts for people who donated commodities time five fourteen check traffic like we do every ten minutes on the four years here in Jordan so we have a crash in Puyallup this is eastbound five twelve just east of meridian in the left lane is now blocked in so that's leaving you absolutely crawling from the mall now that is our only blocking problem at north and one six seven that's going to be busy through much of Sumner northbound I. five hitting the brakes between highway sixteen and river road now we're starting to see slowing as you're approaching can't appoint road south on I five is stacking up as you're approaching the Boeing freeway it's pretty obvious to tell that a lot of people are back to work today our next call much traffic at five twenty four it's gonna be wet you'll see rain at times for today a high of fifty the rain will continue overnight to rainy and breezy tomorrow here fifty five for rain on Wednesday Wednesday as as well well should should taper taper off off showers showers by by late late Wednesday Wednesday with with highs highs in in the the mid mid forties forties right right now now in in downtown downtown Seattle Seattle some some showers showers some some forty forty three three stay stay connected connected stay stay informed Seattle's only twenty four hour news station como news it's five fifteen right now this is a Monday morning this six day of January thanks for starting your day with the call more morning news along the benefactor I great commercial Franklin's he's at the editor's desk thirteen year old Oklahoma boy is dead his parents and another child were wounded when drug trafficker shot into their SUV in Mexico over the weekend the boy in his family were on their way home from a holiday vacation when they were attacked just south of the Texas Mexico border on Saturday the boy's parents and a ten year old boy who was with them were wanted for president trump wrote on Twitter over the weekend that if Iran retaliates for the U. S. airstrike that killed general Qassem Soleimani near a Baghdad the U. S. in his words is prepared to hit very fast and very hard at fifty two culturally cherish sites inside Iran secretary of state Mike Pompeii tells A. B. C.'s this week that the American people should know that every targets that we strike will be a lawful targets present trump has been diligent about that he doesn't want war he's talked about this repeatedly he is a reluctant participant in this but he will never shy away ABC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen the morning the rhetoric seems to be ratcheting up yeah and the president just a couple hours after Mike Pompeii did the big rounds in the Sunday political talk shows where he said that the US will behave lawfully with in the system he says that we always have and always will a couple hours later the president contradicted that doubling down on his threat to target a running in sites that have significance to that country culturally the president said to reporters on Air Force One last night they're allowed to kill our people they're allowed to torture and maim our people and we're not allowed to touch their cultural side it doesn't work that way well it does because the president's threat could be a potential international war crime and a violation of the Geneva convention that you don't cook target sites that have kept cultural significance is there any feeling or or word that hearing at the White House that there is some push back against this attack that the U. S. staged well this certainly push back from Democrats first just because of a process here Democrats say that the it ministration did not properly brief Congress and give that advanced warning ahead of time and that they should have done that and they have to consult with Congress under the war powers act has bigger Nancy Pelosi says that the house will vote this week to limit the president's authority to take military action against Iran she called that strike last week that took out Qassem Soleimani quote provocative and disproportionate Iraq's parliament yesterday voted in favor of a resolution calling for US troops to leave the country where does that stand well it's non binding but certainly if this is added another dimension to the challenges of the administration has in the Middle East the president yesterday told reporters that the US will demand Iraq pay back the money that the US has invested in that country through the U. S. military any threatened economic sanctions if troops are forced to withdraw if this is not done in a friendly way between US and Iraq it will make a runny and sanctions looks somewhat tame I mean the U. S. has spent billions of dollars of course in or rock rebuilding there but also just for the US military presence the bases and outposts that are there the president has always said he wanted to bring troops out of Iraq this could be a way that he does it by saying they made us do it the president's just wrapping up but extended holiday vacation at his resort in Florida there are there are there any plans for him to address the nation on this nothing sixteen full days in Florida that seventeen if you count the ninety travel down there and today he has no public events here at the White House alright Karen thanks for your time is always say be sees Karen Travers with us from the White House Vermont senator Bernie Sanders holds a very narrow lead over former vice president Joe Biden in the latest poll for the New Hampshire democratic primary the CBS poll shows that Sanders leads Biden twenty seven percent to twenty five percent Elizabeth Warren is further back eighteen per said Pete booted yours is fourth at thirteen percent again in New Hampshire the new report shows the US states will need to tackle greenhouse gas emissions to be climate change the study released by the rocky mountain institute stated that the shrinkage of coal mining has decreased electric power sector emissions but natural gas and other fossil fuel emissions have remained the same the institute hopes to see greenhouse gas emissions reduced by eighty percent by the year twenty fifty a South Carolina police officer has become the first U. S. law enforcement officer killed in the line of duty this year the state's law enforcement division says twenty six year old Jackson one color we shot to death during a traffic stop yesterday morning Pennsylvania state police are looking for whoever left a batch of bed bugs at a Walmart in northeastern Pennsylvania the manager of the store in the in Edinburgh found a pill bottle with bugs inside a jacket for sale on the same day an employee reported seeing bed bugs in the men's changing room a second bottle with dead bugs was found in the men's department it's a very expensive sushi is soon going to be on the menu at restaurants in Japan a bluefin tuna sold for the equivalent of one point eight million dollars over the weekend during the first auction of the year at the Tokyo fish market this bluefin tuna weighed more than six hundred pounds come on it's time five twenty two guitar propellant charge money update there's a big Mercedes recall to tell you about Mercedes is recalling about seven hundred fifty thousand vehicles in danger of losing their sun roofs the recall affects the C. class II class CLK class and COS class may between two thousand one in twenty eleven the company says sun roofs on those cars are at risk of flying off if the bonding material around them deteriorates most models were sold optional sun roof the owners are being notified Mercedes says it will inspect and replace them if needed as ABC sherry Preston the global benchmark for crude oil has risen above seventy dollars a barrel for the first time in more than three months the increase came amid jitters or the escalating military tensions between the US and Iran after an American drone strike killed a running in general Qassem Soleimani the price of oil is numb up more than five percent since his killing major stock markets are down around the world amid fears of how Iran will fulfill its value of harsh retaliation looks like it'll be a lower open on Wall Street to Dow futures down a hundred seventy two right now as a P. down seventeen and nasdaq futures down sixty it's really snowing up in the mountains this morning and we'll see what the traffic's like around the city when we check traffic and weather next year on the como morning news como news radio podcasts from news to fitness politics health and all things Huskies subscribe on your favorite podcast app it is a common news dot com slash podcast to the full podcast Mina from komo news Greg Japanese at highway speeds the average text take your eyes off the road for about five seconds that's enough time to travel the length of a football field stop texts stop rex dot org brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council winging it is not an emergency plan make sure your kids know what to do during an emergency call where to me what to pack search ready kids at NYC dot gov or call three one one a public service announcement brought to you by the New York City office of emergency management and the ad council who says you have to leave home to go on a great adventure discover new things about your family by hosting a YFU international exchange student visit YFU USA dot org or call eight hundred teenage to learn more and get started on your greatest journey yet let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably know the law and skip anybody noticed you mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to model home and auto through progressive and save on your car insurance which of course will go right into the lawn aggressive casualty insurance company affiliates another insurance discounts not available in all states or situations I started going cold Turkey at least when I'm in the car I know I shouldn't do it but it's so hard to stop my solution is simple I just don't do it there are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving how will you stop brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make is breakfast every day I wake up at five to give dad is medicine at six I make us breakfast at seven I shower every day I wake for those caring for a loved one we hear you that's why a R. 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B. C. Cecilia Vega is at the White House with more New York times reporting military leaders were stunned when president trump decided to kill full of money top brass viewing his death is the most extreme option they presented to the president and according to the paper initially president trump did not take it but he changed his mind after seeing news reports of Iranian backed attacks on the American embassy in Baghdad the president back in Washington and promising to make Iraq pay for the US military bases that have been built there if Iraq expels US forces as it is promised to do the big fire season is nowhere near ended in Australia twenty four people have died so far in the flames that continue spreading across the country fifteen million acres of already burned the Harvey Weinstein sexual assault trial begins today in New York several of the women accusing him say they will be there for all the testimony Sherri Preston ABC news news one thousand FM ninety seven seven five thirty one it's the calm all morning news we have rain around the Puget Sound area this morning it's forty three in downtown Seattle good morning I'm Gregg Herschel's along with manufacture here are some of our top stories U. S. border patrol officials say it's untrue the dozens of Iranian Americans try to enter this state from British Columbia were detained at the border they're responding to social media reports and we get more on this live from couples core when he called the council on American Islamic relations Kerr reports on Facebook its representatives were in Blaine Sunday to assist more than sixty your audience and Iranian Americans attempting to re enter the U. S. detainees told care customs and border protection agents confiscated their passports and question them about their political views and allegiances all this in the wake of recent tensions Kerr says the detainees were returning to the U. S. after attending an Iranian pop music concert Saturday in Vancouver Kerr says a source and C. B. P. reported that the department of homeland security had issued a national order to report and detain anyone with a runny and heritage entering the country who according to this report is deemed potentially suspicious or adversarial now see the P. is responding with a statement saying quote social media posts that C. B. P. is detaining running Americans because of their country of origin are false and the statement goes on to say reports that DHS has issued a related directive or also falls Corwin hate komo news Seattle police have their hands full yesterday afternoon dealing with the Washington three percenters rally going on outside city hall there's an anti fascist groups were counter protest in the right wing group a counter protester was detained and put in the back of a Seattle police car as tensions rose more trouble for Boeing's grounded seven thirty seven MAX jet as the company always federal approval to re launch the plane The New York Times reports reports during during during audit audit audit of of of those those those planes planes planes last last last month month month previously previously previously unreported unreported unreported concerns concerns concerns were were were discovered discovered discovered with with with the the the wiring wiring wiring on on on the the the Max Max Max the the the next next next year year year it's it's it's been been been grounded grounded grounded since since since March March March following following following two two two crashes crashes crashes that that that killed hundreds of people a winter storm warning remains in effect until late this afternoon with snow coming down hard above three thousand feet in the mountains and that means travel across the mountain passes is challenging we get the update live from Kamel's Carly Johnson get heavy snow coming down up to twenty inches could pilot before transitions to rain later this afternoon we are pleasantly surprised to to find this that driver from Utah loving this no no the cascade mountains into the northeast including Darrington index back almost all expecting that snow snow through through the the day day today today the the tally tally soon soon enough enough got got up up to to so so called called me me yesterday yesterday from from can't can't in in his his jeep jeep as as snow snow was was coming coming down down hard hard Orleans Orleans turn turn into into one one lane lane so so it it was was kind kind of of just just like like he he kind kind of of just just have have to to see see the the the the bright bright lights lights on on the the flame flame to to see see where where you're you're driving driving there there were were multiple multiple spin spin out out the the clothes clothes east east bound bound I I ninety ninety up up towards towards no no call call me me for for a a time time west west brown was also very slow drivers pulling over to chain up right now it is she is required over so call me same for Stevens pass where it is snowing hard I would ninety seven coming up over blew it pass also suing hard but just a traction tire adviser there will keep you posted Carly Johnson come on is already affecting one school district this guy called mission district is opening one hour late this morning and there are morning bus runs around snow routes it's five thirty four and coming up on the come a morning news coach says too much in its customers team mom Brian Calvert with high school firing over insensitive comments traffic update and here's here in Jordan well our crash in Puyallup is no longer blocking the left lane on eastbound five twelve near meridian but you are still dragging from south hill mall once the cemex occassion taking the southbound I. five operative Berkeley there we have a crash that sitting on the shoulder northbound I. five is going to be a slow go from highway sixteen two River Road if you continue to travel north federal way to Seattle taking thirty five minutes ever to Seattle about a thirty minute drive south and four oh five it's brake lights from five to seven to five two two you can expect often on slowing northbound one six seven three seven and again between highway eighteen and two seventy seven north bound for five a slow from Talbot to sunset our next call much traffic at five fourty four 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thirty six Washington high school has fired one of its basketball coaches now after the man man made made insensitive insensitive comments comments about about native native Americans Americans we we get get the the story story from from Cuomo's Cuomo's Brian Brian Calvert Calvert Nick Nick Navarro Navarro was was actually actually a a volunteer volunteer coach coach at at what what but but high high school school just just south south of of yeah yeah come come on on until until he posted this video on Facebook like me is what any shows Navarro walking through town smiling and remarking on the marijuana he was smelling like me is as the video made the rounds several were offended the backlash backlash in in the the small small Washington Washington community community was was strong strong and and criticism criticism came came from from every every corner corner of of the the state state leading leading to to this this second second video video posted posted yesterday yesterday by by Navarro Navarro president president ever posted the video more importantly I should never said those words for that I'm truly sorry is he no longer coaches it while but high but has made no further comment neither has the school Brian Calvert colonia hit and run crash killed a pedestrian in Mason County over the weekend it happened north of Shelton on highway one a one or two per se the driver kept going after hitting the person the state patrol is not yet released information about the vehicle involved there was a crash in Snohomish county last last night that left a driver dead it happen on a highway to insult and investigators say the driver ran off the road and crashed into several empty cars in a parking lot no word yet whether they've determined with the driver was impaired if you use light rail you're gonna face ten weeks of destruction so starting this morning heads due to work connecting tracks for future light rail service to the east side trains will only be running every twelve minutes instead of six which means longer wait times and more crowded trains buses will will be be available available during during those those temporary temporary changes changes many many cancer cancer patients patients take take prescription prescription pain pain killers killers as as they they go go through through treatment treatment but but they they run run the the risk risk of of getting getting addicted addicted according according to to research there is now a risk free alternative American medical association publishing a review of seventeen studies that showed acupuncture and acupressure can reduce cancer pain and the amount of pain medication patients take to control it puncture an acupressure help treat pain by replacing the needles and massage at key points in the body patients should always consult their doctor first before developing a plan Kamel's Ryan Yamamoto with that information quite a party had the right house on Capitol Hill yesterday the sea hawks hosted a playoff party for the twelves more than six hundred fans showed up former Seahawks players were there along with blue thunder and the sea hawk dancers scene it was a phenomenal win super excited these the game what she said some twelve told us they're convinced the hawks will go all the way wonderfully served any alcohol at the party I'm guessing yes it's five thirty nine we'll talk more about the game itself coming up in just a minute start fifty feet turn left are you driving so slowly after a few drinks take it slow com behind you what get ready to pay in point one miles getting pulled over for buzz driving could cost you around ten thousand dollars in fines legal fees increased insurance rates nothing kills a buzz like getting pulled over for buzz driving because buzzed driving is drunk driving bloody by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council percent inspiration to help you do insurance stuff okay find out what your budget be the boss of you 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"kohler" Discussed on The Playbook

"W- I'm not sure probably my parents more but I tried tried that for a couple of years why I was doing the Sports Memorabilia and baseball card business sports cards business so there was a little struggle there and running around buying and selling stuff of back then when I was a teenager but developed the company and built it into a party a very very big company Doing high in sports memorabilia. Sending a lot of records occurred some things selling in the millions of dollars and everything in between and then also handling a lot of states in actual collections for the athletes. We have a big niche in that we've done over fifty hall of famers from all the different sports and it's it's been quite a ride throughout that evolution right. People are wondering you're like me you know seventeen and a half year overnight success right right yeah I was like look beautiful room. And how's it everything. I just came overnight night and one of the things that holds true in the collectible industries relationships and a lot of times on the playbook. We don't talk about the importance of relationships. But as you're kind out of describing the launch from high school into college and Continuing Your Business I could only think we're about the same age. It was all about relationships. Asian chips when we were buying selling things like people knowing word about. Oh you got that card. I know a guy that will give you money for it. And what's funny. Is I know your business today. which will get into? You're still even though we have tremendous amount of digital presence in the world this room and your business is off of relationships in word of mouth more than some sort of great promotion in media on instagram right. Exactly I mean it's without question it's relationships and as you said you know you know there's a path there and years go by but you know you get to know a lot of people you do business authentic and and people want to do business with the relationships come out out of it and as the industry grows. When I started there was there was no computers? There was no internet and again. I'm probably dating myself but emmy and that but you know we'd go to shows we go to conventions we did mail order telephone sales. That's just how you did it but you know we see we sell sports people love it. It's never going away and obviously today year. It's a lot easier to connect and establish more relationships and do all those things through the way the world is working today the exposure and awareness through those those relationships as well though that there's this emotional attachment to sports it can work forward against you know being in the sports industry for so long and hiring the people and going through who want to build careers in sports. It works in your favor that you're emotionally attached to what you're doing because you know some people will sell tickets at the stadium idiom just to see the game or hot dogs walking through stands but I think it also in business works against you first of all to get into the business. It's much more a difficult because people won't pay you as much to do the exact same work because of the emotional attachment but the first step is to have the courage and passion to tell your parents or your aunts and uncles grandparents friends after obviously did well in school growing up in La to want to be a doctor myself. Being Pre Med to sit there and say hey. You know. SELL BASEBALL CARDS FOR LIVING ON A med school. Right can you talk us through. How exactly your mindset was when you're approaching? Your parents is to say you wanted to be a doctor. You rather sell trading cards. Yeah I mean at the time I just that was my passion and that's what I wanted to do and I was already making some the money and doing these things and I just you know there were some things coming out. So the first price guides were coming out and books and things like that and you could just kind of feel the momentum and I never graduated. I never actually got my degree because by my sophomore year I was like I said I'm opening a store and I rented a three hundred and fifty square afoot place for three hundred and fifty dollars a month and I opened up and people start coming in and buying stuff and then a few years later we took the place next door and we had seven seven hundred square feet and we were like living large than for seven hundred dollars a month right but it just worked and people love the stuff and you kind of figure it out and like you said had relationships start developing out of that you're dealing with some more athletes and other collectors meeting people around the country. Doing some things with the League's and you know people may want to deal with you. You know if you're honest and forthright it's absolutely there's so many different technological advancements it's as far as the verification process right there's an entire busiest authentication Kishan do you do. Because you are an expert in this. Do you do anything with unauthenticated space to make sure that everything. You're properly authenticate right. That's a great question we actually and we know this stuff really well so when we take it in and we think it's authentic and real. We obviously then start processing but within that then we have to take it to a third party eighty and there's a lot of companies that are not a lot but there's some foremost ones one. PSA that happens to be in our backyard. They're they're worldwide There they're the phone foremost and we use them. So it's for autographs game were items Trading cards original photos. They do a lot of categories that they obviously did you coins and stamps. And it's huge huge Dave meltzer one of a kind tops baseball card. That's going in this room somewhere. That's IT'S GONNA be my gift to you. It's certified but I mean that's a big thing because obviously we have to go through that the process and that authentication and then we put it out there for sale where there were selling a privately or putting one of our options And that really was what makes us market go because if someone buying a signed Babe Ruth Ball whether it's one of the best ones or it's just a lower grade one but it's still assigned ruth we have to have that certification in paper with it because because when people buy they have to know that's Babe Ruth Signature on their period and and if they ever want to sell it whether it's ten years from now or they give it to their family and they I saw fifty years from now. It's still Babe Ruth Ball. There's the paperwork and that that stays with it for the rest. You know from then on so I think one of the highest price price items you ever sold was a game Worn Jersey by Babe Ruth and wasn't him four million verified authenticated. If it wasn't authenticated what what is the difference in price do you think in percentage hopefully probably ten cents on the dollar. How important it is that you know? It's just paramount that you have all that authentication process that goes with it and then the buyers show up And that uniforms actually sold. We sold it many years years ago. That's traded hands for like seven million since. Yeah I mean a lot of people by these things and they keep them forever twenty twenty five years or hand him down there anyway careers and then there's other people obviously they may sell stuff in a year or five years later. Whatever but at the end of the day they love this stuff? We're selling Sports Boura part of that whole group and so many people like when they find out that you can actually buy a lot of. It's just they don't know that something's available so if they know let's say the you can actually buy a Babe Ruth Game US bat. That's a bad that he actually used that was in his hands. People don't know that those are actually available with all of the paperwork. DOC and and they they have all the records from Louisville slugger. They know everyone that was made. If it shows up in an attic they can look at it and mealy weight and look at all the markings to say. Yeah this is Babe Ruth's bat or it's not and when people know that they go I'm in how much is it. I want one of those right and just like experiences. I think the two things in sports are you want. I want the most wealthy people in the world get something that they can't buy buy and that's what the collectible side has and now they're doing it with tennis shoes apparel and bags and through technology. Algae you started with Ebay is a marketplace then authentication became really important as well and now stock X. There's actually a market that's created and and they use PSA. I know that as well as others to verify even Tennessee's I was there on a tour verify easy expensive tennis. This you believe it or not you can smell the glue right. Has that glue in so they can get through these things. A lot of people look because because of digital nature of everything out of Jersey or a trading card and think gosh is the market still going to be there. That heisman trophy. You're going to be worth something something or whatever it may be. What is your perspective? Is You know you've own this business a long time. What does it look like a ten years or twenty years years from now? Where are the differences in the market? The differences are that the market with the Internet is just open it up where we can reach out clients nights can find out about us that in the old days you had to kind of be in our area or maybe heard about us in southern California. Well now we have plants all over the world. There's a lot of basketball fans as you know over in China over there and they bid in our auctions they can find this and figure out who we are once they are website. Where reputation is what we've sold in the past so that's just got so much more untapped business there for people that want to become collectors or they they want to get into business or whatever they may be doing again like? I said we're selling sports. That's not going away. It's not a fad and And people love this stuff when they know they can buy a game. Warren Kobe Bryant Jersey. Or you know an important football artifact of their favorite team or whatever it may be that that's just that's done on everything for us life-sized Jack Lifestyle. Check with using everything. Take a picture with him. That's awesome the one of the other things. That's interesting thing. Is you start a business at a young age..

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The big problem for small business? Finding qualified people to hire

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:13 min | 1 year ago

The big problem for small business? Finding qualified people to hire

"Start today. Exploring feelings specifically how small business owners are feeling about the economy. They had a more positive. Take on the future Chur in October compared to September. That's according to a monthly survey from the National Federation of Independent Business responded said they are making capital investments and raising raising employee. Pay or at least planning to but their number one challenge finding qualified people to hire marketplace's Sabrina Benesch or has more on. That things are looking up at clean choice energy that we're hearing really optimistic about Where every now and the next eighteen months or more more Kate Kohler is chief staff at clean choice? It offers renewable energy sources. The company has thirty percent more employees than it did last year but she still has a dozen in positions to fill it is really the stiff competition and the candidates were interviewing or intervene at other firms is well nearly a quarter of businesses in the survey said. Their top concern was finding qualified. People either to grow the business or even just to maintain it. According to Joe Galvin Chief Research Officer for Advisory Advisory Firm Vestige. Chances Are you're higher replace. Some of you left your organization to go somewhere else to attract people clean choice. Energy is focusing on its green ethos off Every organization able to offer thirty percent of small firms said Dave increased compensation to attract workers Rebecca Hamilton co-ceo of WS Badger. It makes organic skincare products. She says the companies increased pay and benefits. We have an in house daycare center so we have flexible. WHOA hours? You know the onsite gym say Yoga classes on say Akito the NF Ibiza. Small businesses are paying for higher compensation with higher sales in savings things. Joseph Bruce Willis chief economist with consulting firm. RSM isn't sure sustainable. They're willing to offer more compensation but attended today. Were likely not to because of they slowing economy and a contraction and probably Bernie trains in other words. Small businesses can afford to fight over talent as long as consumers. Keep buying in New York. I'm Sabrina sure for

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Color-Coded Glass

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 1 year ago

Color-Coded Glass

"The other day I was at the recycling center sorting glass between containers by Kohler thought in that if the color of the bottles was significantly to control how they're recycled. Cycled then surely the color was more than cosmetic. So what is the reason why say wine bottles are olive green and beer bottles are amber and why do we separate these items from colonists ones. The Russia has to do with light contents and bottles of vulnerable to photochemical reactions. Take Beers an example if the light sensitive Hobson Act as a preservative and give the drink flavor or exposed to too much natural. Role or artificial light the bill will be light struck and it will take on a skunk in foul tastes beer manufacturers use amber glass to prevent light absorption and provide the most protection against ultraviolet rays which can ruin Lina bottle brew all have greenglass offers less protection than amber but that's acceptable because content stored in greenglass able to send light exposure without their flavors being ruined wine for example naturally. Truly contains antioxidants which you guessed it prevent the oxidation liable of wines over exposed to light on that subject beware that Oranges Chardonnay sitting on the top shelf at the grocery ultraviolet radiation has likely spoiled it and then there is colorless glass best for alcohols and other liquids that Aren't light sensitive all of Glasgow produced by the addition of oxide colors in manufacturing furnaces and by separating colored and cold glass.

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"kohler" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"kohler" Discussed on Beautiful Stories From Anonymous People

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"kohler" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Mamelodi disclaimer sunny skies breezy conditions today with a high of forty seven tonight becoming partly cloudy with a low down to forty four tomorrow. Clouding up milder with a high of fifty nine few showers possible tomorrow night right now, we're at thirty at News Radio eight forty W H A as well home. Price growth is slowing and some home prices might eventually start to decrease, but mortgage rates could expect to grow. If the rates keep going up this year, if all that happens will slowly. But surely it's going to be a market where buyers not sellers have the advantage in the final say, what does that mean to you you need to sell your home even thinking about it? What are you waiting for get it done with Bob Kohler in the colour many Remax properties east team? Andrea needed to sell her Louisville home as quickly as possible, she wound up buying another home. And so she wanted to get a real estate agent. That is well connected. And that's exactly what she found with colour medley Remax properties team within two days. She had four offers and closed within two weeks. Thanks to a cash sale. How's it happened? Well. Bob, Sakala, colour medley Remax properties. He's team had the most aggressive marketing system on a whole different level than the average agent local using HD photos videos at their webpage area photos to we sell logo dot com. Plus, he's connected to other agents, not only around this state, but also even around other states and around the world, check out the web page, we sell Louisville dot com. They'll make you the home sold guaranteed. You sit down with Bobby price. If he doesn't sell your home with him fifty nine days. He's gonna buy it. Three seven six five four eight three the Sakala, mentally Remax properties. Team now start packing and consider your house sold. No fee for participation though property must qualify appraiser will determine initial price. No purchase necessary..

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"kohler" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"Chris kohler film festival be kicking off this year yeah good kind of a good chris color movie festival you have your silence of the lambs series you're gangster movie it's true it's true so for zap soda i wanted to find cool animal facts of very awesome moms in the animal world and how they take care of their babies and went the ops like i found one and then i read about this whole like phenomenon and so the one nice thing is i'll keep it short there is a type of bird in the desert and african desert called the sand grouse well with sand grouse babies in a nest like how do you provide them water in such a place and there probably high up somewhere in so what the sand grouse parents do is their bellies have a special type of feather and so they would go to watering holes and they would just kind of sloshing around in the feathers absorb honors so then they can fly back feed the chicks water their hazard oh that's nice feeling one nice thing pair so i read about this phenomenon where there's like a trend in many animals the moms will sacrifice themselves as food for their babies and so i thought it was just one animal and then i just like went down this hall you search home down more and more and more so i got inspired by this one animal called the skink and i think we went to zoom so we actually met a skiing it's like a lizard and so it does something very interesting where you know it lays eggs in a taiwanese of reptile and there are a lot of snakes there and so the skinks after they lay their eggs if they feel threatened like a snake is gonna come eat the eggs the mom will just eat the eggs so it's kind of like you know i can't stop you snake from eating my eggs and i feel threatened then i might as well eat my own eggs and get the nutritional calorie value to make me strong deprive you of the food yeesh nature's more old yet she would she would make live more yes she would live to make sure more energy to more and also.

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"kohler" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Con kohler at c o n c o l are correct yeah that's what it is flam on the line we did mornings five thirty nine talk radio twelve ten wb hd riches yolly oscar is only grouchy because of what we the white man has done to him what the hetero normative sis gender white man has done to oscar putting him in a garbage can having to live there forever and ever while the one percenters live high on the hog throwing out all this food and oscars trapped in a garbage can see bernie sanders addition three to six on talkradio twelve dear don't you now we have a situation where the cia is able to to spy on us in turn our tv into a listening device in our phone into a listening device i want to say the welcome in the party for so many who for years have been saying that only the bad guys get listened to you know that if you've done nothing wrong you have nothing to fear you remember that yeah i've been saying this for a long time i've been saying that's nonsense this notion of if you've done nothing wrong you have nothing to fear it's nonsense because if the government wants to get you they'll find something you're doing two three to six on talkradio twelve dear don't you which i don't agree that the big lebowski comedy okay the money but i don't think it's a comedy by the way i definitely don't think groundhog day does either i think groundhog day is something else it's its own category it's too deep you've made a lot of impassioned statements on the show that may be the biggest this.

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"kohler" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

Good Job, Brain!

04:32 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Good Job, Brain!

"Send you letters to Chris Kohler. Last question wildcard what? Art, Greek mythologies, clo-, la- cheeses, and atro- foes, collectively known as sorry. By bus, the pronunciation, call it, those muses incorrect. More muses than that. I have another guess, but cloth. Oh, clo- la- cheeses atrocious. Dana are they dreams or sleepy wounds? Nope. All right calling back to you the fates AR the. Okay. All right. Good job. Brave are two hundred pop quiz hotshot. And so today is not only are why bicentennial is not the right. That's wrong. It feels like it's been. Vice ten two hundred years, there's no term for two hundred episodes something there should be. Yeah. So now is it a celebration? It is also an all quiz every fifth episode multiple five we have a show that doesn't have a theme or a topic all of us of made quizzes to quiz each other and quiz, you guys dear listeners, so today is our all quiz number forty. Okay. I had a lot of fun. Putting this together for you guys is a music quiz. We're off with a measly. Yeah. Right out of the gates here. I'm gonna play some songs for you ask you some questions about them. Now. Karen, I you might even be asking their theme to this quiz. And I'm say, you bet there's a theme to. In fact, there's there's a specific theme to this quiz. That's a little challenge for you guys. You have to figure out in addition to giving me in addition to identify the artist of each song, I'm gonna give you there's a connective tissue an overarching theme to this quiz line. If you will right. And your challenge is at the end of the quiz to tell me, what's the theme. What ties what ties all of these songs or artists or the whole experience together? Okay. Interesting. So get your buzzers ready. I'm gonna play twenty thirty seconds of a song for you. You don't need to tell me the title of the song. Sometimes it will be obvious. But you need to tell me who the singer the band who's the musical artist. Who was the artist performing the song are here we go. I track who is this artist. Cd? Traveling. Dana crowded house that is crowded house with don't don't dream. It's over. Yes. Again for eight. Now, not hey now, although another if you Google crowded house. Hey now, you will sign. Yeah guarantee. All right, okay. Next track who is this recording artist. So. Dan again. Lord, lord. Yes. Yes. That is yellow flicker beads. Okay. K Karen, Dana gears turning here. They may maybe sniffing out here. All right next track. Tell me the recording artist. Okay. Game..

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"kohler" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Kohler emerging artists celebration right tiers of moon's was wine now faure softly in in this one and it says here that is mostly enjoyed by aged six and up do you agree with that yeah you know i mean it because he told through the eyes of a child and by simulated gunshots in this particular piece they're very some of that but we hear about it and it down in shadows but it's not um the devastation in terms of the emotion is is in the truth and then the realization um as as that we have um that of wants to come and what is experiencing even though you know she doesn't signal to that do you know what i mean i do know what you mean and i just want to make sure i understand has has is this the peace deal playing through march eleven he's a whole solo emerging artists celebration playing until march eleven that correct case of this time for us to see it the absolutely and and uh the the the two other peace you mentioned uh tiers of mowing uh until a new deal c um speaks uh it's more like homer uh yes there is a piece about you know war is it's been going on going for a long time and he basically use is uh this story tellers messaid of of of telling us uh about war than in this case he's talking about civil war is here or awards over rights and and uh you know the the last uh fifty years of a struggle for african americans in recently war has been seems to be on the stage quite a bit whether it's war of relationships a war um happening in a country where civil war that sort the feeble bore seems.

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"kohler" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Benjamin Walker's Theory of Everything

"I was definitely intrigued but the house on the rock was not on the itinerary i got from the kohler arts center that's the museum slash foundation that invited me to tour wisconsin and respond to some of the art environments they've helped preserve so i did a little more research and i stumbled on the house on the rocks amazing origin story basically alex jordan's father alex jordan senior took some plans for a building that he was working on to show to the famed architect frank lloyd wright at is wisconsin home according to the story the gut an appointment with frank lloyd wright oded tillerson and frank lloyd wright looked at the plans and said i wouldn't hire you to build a chicken coop and dismissed them alex his father was so embittered and so resentful frank lloyd wright that he drove up the road and spotted the rock on which the house on the rock would eventually be built and said that he will show right heel build a house that they won't forget on this rock and incredible story right but this meeting never happened the story is totally fake tom cops the guy you just heard wrote a book about the house on iraq and he cites tons of evidence as to why this story is b s the date the jordan's purchased the land is off frank lloyd wright was in japan when this meeting supposedly place but to be honest the most compelling piece of evidence is the person responsible for the story a man named sid boy am sit boy i'm the one who made it up was saying he introduced.

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"kohler" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on Science Friday

"Yet that's like that's a great question it's a little bit difficult to answer because there's there are many kinds of artificial raspberry flavors were many varieties of them um blue raspberry is an is this is an interesting story i don't fully have don't haven't completely like confirmed this first can't um but part of the worst part of the reason for the emergence of blue raspberry into the world uh was that um one of the coloring compounds that was used to kind of color raspberry flavored things a f t n c red number two um was was uh was banned and made a legal in the 1970s so sometimes that kohler would have been mixed with this that just turquoise blew that we associate now with a with blue raspberry blue number want ftse blue number one so i think there's a rumor that a company that had been making raspberry flavored icees once they could no longer use the the dark red i'm just started using the blue would you him that this before it is a visit change the way we experienced the flavor by looking at this thing the kinda looks like i dunno windshield washer fluid oh definitely definitely our perception of flavour is multis entry so the color of it plays a big role in the way that our brain interprets the the other kinds of century information that we get about what we're eating what we got a goal just have to quickly as you what your favorite fruitflavored the fake ones at least oh man that's a hard question um but i think.

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"kohler" Discussed on A Piece of Work

A Piece of Work

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on A Piece of Work

"Oh i vote is viewers i'm gonna like a should i said i'm hearing this color yeah maybe but people who stand in front of this painting also find it to be like irresistible it is a very powerful color but because i'm working on it so up close and i'm focusing mostly on the texture of it there's something that happens in your brain i think it sort of cancels the kohler out especially when you're focused on a much smaller area but yeah i have to take breaks and it's i mean it couldn't be more damaging than looking at a computer screen all day now you're right this seems a lot better i think it's way better it's way better yeah it's funny that for such a a simple work there can be so much painstaking work to go into it but you've climb during this period was fascinated by this color which is ultimately blue witches of net this is a colon when you go into an at or this exists in every pain yet every ah every brand makes this caller yeah so he was in love with the luminosity of this color in its unbound state but he wanted to be able to put exactly this color on a vertical surface so he worked with a scientist in paris to create a formulation that would allow him to sort of retain this luminosity but ana vertical surface so it was applied to the surface with a paint roller so if you look at the back com.

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"kohler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Deal with these types stands there's a couple of different types that they have out there and these stance have been phenomenal and groundbreaking terms of preventing many people from beating coronary bypass artery surgery and eu these cabbages release coronary artery bypass grafts is where we have to take another blood vessel from another part of the body and just replace the blood vessel that's completely obliterated with plaque sometimes that has to be done sometimes unit of bypass there's nothing we could do about that but before we say before we basically poohpooh an artery that you have that that made possibly still be functional we could use stance for some of the more minor cases and so a a tense people doing well was stance interested the kohler brings up though that the stent might have got an infected and that's why the patient had her step dad had a stroke and infected stand is very rare but it could happen the concern we have the concern we have with stance is then re cloudy or the valve still collapsing and it not being able to still he was a collapsing ramstad center the stench is not working well and not being able to conduct the blood but when it comes to the you know so so so the big concerned we have is thrombosis and clocked which came close esteemed struck so there's chance or what have you stepdad is what can unfortunately happened was sent swear if he's not on blood thinners and said they didn't put a month quote anything i don't know why he wouldn't have been on some sort of a blood thinner after the stent that are fortunate he can make caught but there are some cases in the literature where some of the stands can't get infected and that's why the patient formed clots however most of these cases and it's rare most of these cases the pace of uphill side of sepsis or the infection spreading throughout the body.

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"kohler" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

The Overwhelmed Brain

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"kohler" Discussed on The Overwhelmed Brain

"So let me go full circle back to on getting negative criticism this feels bad already said you know say thank you and men say it verbally and then ask how you can improve when you do this often enough it doesn't necessarily take the sting away because i still feel that sting i mean i'm not impervious to negativity i still feel the sting because it does feel like some sort of your inferior your wrong unique to fix yourself if feels like that wherei go now is that that person would also react the same way too negative criticism about them to but where i go with that now is a after the sting i need to process it for a little bit i look back at the facts i look at the data let's see if there is something to improve a see there's something that's of value here that i can look at objectively and figure out if i can improve upon it because if one person feels it then maybe somebody else feels that there may be a hundred people maybe a thousand people feel the same way but there they're all too nice and they won't tell me this is why this kind of feedback is so valuable and very rare like i belong to um groups of people groups of masterminds where everyone just complemented each other and nobody ever tore anything apart they might say ii don't like that kohler maybe can use different color and that's not enough but the one comment that always stands out in is the most effective is the one that tears apart i prefer this whati'm trying to improve myself i prefer this because what happens is that when you start finetuning what you do how you behave not necessarily in accordance with one person's rules but because you've evaluated what they've said and understood that may be there could be improvement their you're going to get less and less criticism over time again some people just criticised to criticize they wanna make you angry but most people are simply too niasthey don't want to criticise and as you improve yourself in ways that um the the criticism helps you you're going to see your life change my show changed my show matured my show i believe in my opinion the better it got easier to listen to it was more uh it's now more organized i feel better doing it and it usually goes faster because of the changes.

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