17 Burst results for "L. S"

"l. s" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

01:35 min | Last month

"l. s" Discussed on Dead Ass with Khadeen and Devale Ellis

"You all the money that comes in is dedicated to someone else. You want to be mindful of that flaw. Like how much money do i have. Coming in versus. How much money am i actually keeping. That's actually what they call your savings rate. What percent of your money are you keeping. That's critically important. I would never tell oprah. You can't get easy. Because certain that the amount of money that she has coming in versus what she has coming out you know is a huge significant. Different schoolteacher tiffany. I think i was making like. I wanna say twenty. Maybe like take home pay. Maybe like three thousand dollars a month. Maybe twenty six to three thousand dollars a month and so i had to be mindful like okay. We'll how much what is going to be my savings rate right daily. I wanted thirty percent of my money to stay with me. Twenty percent for for investing in retirement and then ten percent for for saving savings. So how do i live under that seventy percent if you did that i if you paid yourself first in that way if you said okay especially y'all who are really young just stepping out getting your first job if you this is what i do with. Mine malvo's baby thirteen. And she don't even know she just got a little side job. She's babysitting and stuff some of that money. L. s. q. Thirty percent of it. Put it up. Because i want to teach her that you pay. You are more important than any of your bills so for thirty percent first. And then you figure out your life with that seventy percent you going to do for like your dad did you remember. I don't know nothing about that. Like with see see live away next generally.

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"l. s" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

ABA Inside Track

03:45 min | Last month

"l. s" Discussed on ABA Inside Track

"During the post, estee apparent correct teaching went from zero to eighteen percent to fifty five to one hundred percent. You know one parent who was really struggling getting high percentages of pair teaching criterion and they also noticed that the parents spent more time talking about what would teaching strategies were originally was well, you tell the child y and you give them instructions of what to do, and then in post s after on his training as you would probably expect this at its orbit evocative situations and you should give feedback they select rationale as well. That's fine because we use that. Just deliver instruction stop being within considered good teaching. Because they've just gone through six weeks of training. Again, as you'd hope, the kids in the Australian did very well unit one actually do pretty well baseline. But again, these are typical children's lot of skills in unit water are pretty straightforward if your kids going to school setting. They did less often in the other units at sea more problem behavior or to not gauging in the quite the appropriate. The the accurate pl s response is on increase for all students behind the parent P.. L. S. training decreases in problem behavior unit four seemed the hardest which I have said when I run the LS myself I think we've seen in some of the other because you need other people to run uniform thought is well needed. Parents didn't have other people to run uniforms. have been less opportunities to practice. So statistically, you saw pretty large effect size again bigger for one two, three than for Ford's a little bit modest. They did actually see some generalization for those first three units at preschool during the post to which is nice. Four is variable. But again, for the trickiest of skills socially was great I was delighted with the program she seems to really get it where some of their quotes you can teach parents to use the P. L. S. program. But will you see the same effects for parents of children with ast? Experiment to is there really weren't a lot of changes mostly some modifications to some of the teaching procedures they did have varying profiles of the children. So some children really high ASD severity scores. So for those students, they had more modifications made the overall training..

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"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:20 min | 6 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L. S. ninety they represent a John Wayne Gacy considers thing about him he was on a security guy he was very likable you gave me a discount card brown leather jacket and sat in my office in my house kids would go near the box and start screaming at and run away first of all my sold online for you AV evil someone else morning sixty nine W. L. S. C. M. eight ninety for all you youngsters listening on the radio today Public Enemy number one chance to take heed when the feds come for you good luck even if you've broken the letter of the law which really didn't mean to intend to break the spirit of the law forget about game set match forking yourself before anybody else after five to seven homemade ninety W. L. S. I know my wife usually last night I got a friend of mine it's a drug I think we know no we don't have any always got great rom Honeywell it's all gone I got to come up with some way to communicate with my wife on to your show because if she heard all this okay morning sixty nine W. L. S. K. M. eight ninety can never be too over dressed can there be overdressed always say what percentage of your salary as much as you can finish short the microphone to the S. crazy and after age forty there might not say that later it is five to seven eight L. S. we were reacting to three days of extremely violent demonstrations right across from the White House a lot of injuries to police officers are sent I personally saw projectiles thrown into were thrown in may and the police officers there of my security detail may be moved back because they said the project files have been landing in a certain things like rocks and bottles thrown at me let's set that didn't happen so you know you gotta believe somebody that spent nearly two decades don't believe CNN don't believe them I don't believe anything anything you hear on CNN if they give you the time check it if they say it's Wednesday get a second source not a news organization Washington post New York times there are times they fire people for allowing free expression very dangerous time in America the left is here they have some thirteen thirty or children speaking of the left great headlines today sort of.

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"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L. S. morning this man cal starting at six split it your show yesterday March installing this must be climate change with the environmentalists some of the best radio I've heard in many years remember my projects and you as a politician the from it's the biggest scam in the history of the world what they can do with a nine trillion dollar project manager sixty nine million to rush my goodness you see an eight ninety welcome back Ben Shapiro shows there is a new case building for Sweden in your times ran a piece praising Sweden Thomas Friedman wrote a column raising Sweden now the World Health Organization say Hey maybe Sweden did this right so the WHL has now determined that by the way Sweden looks pretty good weird because it seemed like people written real hard on the American political left particularly for Sweden fail there's a lot of reading for Sweden fail Sweden did not lock down the entire country they said if you are agent if you have a pre existing condition we are going to try to protect you they said the biggest failure was not protecting the nursing homes by the way you know also the biggest failure was not protecting the nursing homes Andrew Cuomo New York who's allowing people with common nineteen back into nursing homes actually forcing them back into nursing homes but that was the big failure in Sweden the rest of the policy was basically go out about your business socially Justin's restaurants no offense number over fifty people and that's pretty much it that's pretty much it the person shut down and guess what now the W. H. O. is saying and they're the gold standard according to you WHL is saying Hey maybe we got it right Dr Mike Ryan WHO's top emergencies expert said Wednesday there are lessons to be learned from the Scandinavian nation which is largely relied on citizens to self regulate Ryan said I think there's a perception out between is not putting control measures and has just allowed the disease to spread nothing could be further from the truth right noted that instead of walking out of the country put in place a very strong public policy around social distancing around caring and protecting people in long term care facilities what is done differently it is very much relied on its relationship with its citizenry and the ability and willingness of its citizens to implement self distancing and self regulate in that sense they've implemented public policy through the partnership with the population he said they also had adequate capacity in hospitals which by the way we have in the United States also we have not seen the curve spike above the medical capacity in the United States you know what Sweden assumed all along and the Swedish public officials say this publicly and openly they seemed a lot of people are gonna get this and some people are going to die because that's what happens of communicable diseases and they also assume that the cost of shutting down the economy would not be worthwhile and they also seem to lockdowns we're not necessarily save lives in the long term because you end up coming out a lock down and then you would end up where Germany's Germany according to the U. K. son is now facing the prospect of returning to a stricter lockdown after surging coronavirus infections and death so you only got a lot of praise because they're seventy five deaths per one million population in Germany but that's also because they want everybody down well there's only one problem which is then they ended the lockdown I guess what happened everybody went back to work and they started fighting each other so we never had that problem there are trade offs to public policy thanks there are trade offs the policies that you choose and the stupidity of running an article like George's experiment in human sacrifice to suggest that one sort of policies about human sacrifice where is the other she mean wonderful policies used to walk down forever what do I get out of its hope to achieve but he's still not answer this question what exactly are they hoping to achieve that is so contrary to the interests of people are hoping to re open in measured and reasonable fashion I I'm not aware of any single policy advocate who's advocating at this point for a full on open up the stadiums open up the the sports games open up everything no masks hug each other in public nobody is advocating for that another choice between responsible re opening and locking down forever because I get to hear the metric by which people will not lock down forever what exactly are the people who are advocating the length and lockdowns hoping for outside of you know specific areas like New York City they're already hard hit what exactly are they hoping for they they've yet to articulate the rationale instead it's just a bunch of accusations thrown at people who want to reopen like you don't care about human life you don't care about grammar you don't care about you you're just you're just mean and cruel you only want to do this so you can get a hair cut no actually I can remember that person my house and I I really can't I know my wife got my hair will look great but we can do it that is the issue this is there a lot of people are losing their dreams and their livelihood and their freedoms and those are actual countervailing concerns if I sound a little angry today is because I am I am very angry there are people who supposedly a responsible journalist people are supposedly responsible politicians who failed to even acknowledge the public policy is difficult and that it involves competing interests and values and and that's just it I don't like when people lie to you I don't like when people lie to me and I don't like when people lie about me and you have you seen a lot of that you see a lot of that so you unless he's getting dragged over the coals raked over the coals because he was pointing out that one of my wrist shelter in place orders are a problem and this apparently is very bad because you I must use is very wealthy now let's be real about this if you're very wealthy you know it's gonna be okay throughout this you I must certainly do have a lot of cash we'll be alright you know it's getting absolutely walloped right now people at the lower end of the economic spectrum people who are blue collar workers people who need to earn a living it was jobs may not exist on the other end of this is all the small businesses go under you I must said say they cannot leave their house they will be arrested if they do that's fascist is not democratic not freedom you feel better having freedom now give people back their freedom in measure it in a reasonable measure makes sense he's not he's not wrong about that okay he's right that is that many of the public policies that are now being pursued are being done without rationale and are being done in a responsible fashion and without recognizing that there are costs to these lockdowns by the way so the cost of the lockdowns the complete destruction of the American food chain any American foods of the supply chains have been completely destroyed because there just in time supply chains and that means that when there is a disruption and disrupts the entire food supply chain this is all fun and games until people can't get what they want the grocery store that's on the rise and start that's when things really get ugly but don't worry there's no countervailing costs no countervailing cost at all to shutting down the entire economy indefinitely they is it and people who want to reopen their drive their nail salons are evil also there's an article in your times by William Jennings cow the owner of chateau details in Georgia and she says the rest of us have to begin to find a new normal as best we can with me she's evil dies she's evil she's bad she doesn't care about this isn't about grammar that's the way this works right it's so transparent so dishonest so stupid we all understand that they're gonna be trade offs except for politicians who idea and media members who make bank off pretending there are no trade office they can draw a black and white moral spectrum in an area where there are they happen to be no incredibly easy answers when you get to more of this and California's incredibly stupid policy in just one second but first if you thought the lead up to twenty six he was not yet seen nothing yet the best place to keep up to.

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"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:20 min | 8 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L. S. actually understated because it's possible that a lot of people are not coming into the hospital and when it comes to the hospitalization statistics by the time people get to the hospital they tend to be more severe are people coming in with with like symptoms at this point in a really small question I think the the fact is we really don't know what's called the case fatality rate that means if you take a million people are infected how many of them will cost the way from it we don't know that because we don't have the population study so the mortality rate that we have a much higher than if we had all of the data in the background by the time somebody is coming to a hospital they selected out of more severe illness but remember I am seeing maybe one third of the patients in the hospital who are critically ill there were two thirds that I will never see because they'll go to a water on observation and they'll go home because they get better and then there's a huge quantity that don't seek medical attention they're also getting better so we are seeing the very sharp edge of the tip of the iceberg but that is also a startling because the injuries also VS along on the numbers of these patients are very high and this is not happening to people who have previous lung disease and that's the only reason all previous apps that we do have those patients they all vulnerable but that's not the only reason that people with normal long is that becoming gravely ill man yeah there's been a lot of pressure to move toward re opening of the economy and there's a model showing that the declining of the curve has begun there's there's been talk about what exactly happens beyond the flattening of the curve presumably the purpose of letting the curve was to not overwhelm the health care system lets it god willing we we don't actually have one health care system women also been told that this virus could be seasonal could be seasonal and it could come back in the fall there could be a second wave well if you are a public policy maker right now aside from just telling people you need to stay home and shelter in place social distance longer term after this this curve goes down what we should be recommending I say I think it's not next longer term is what we should do immediately and I have to say the president public health instincts on this pandemic have been exceptionally good the travel ban on China cut down international case transmission by eighty percent in the United States was the first to do it and very criticized and that has all the time he was also very creepy at all cutting out travel from Europe the only regret I have is they should have done it a month sooner but he did it and now similarly the case look I actually believe in something called tailored quarantine that the president has thought is mentioned it is been shot down in flames cool I would like to see more restriction on certain areas with intense outbreaks and less restriction on others now that is a very difficult public health and economic decision but I think that that could be possible it makes sense to open up the economy when there is a lack of population density less evidence about break less penetrance of the virus a lot of things that we know we don't do your work as a thirty four percent penetrance of the virus according to doctor Burke which is that one in three people the comes the texting is infected some states as low as eight percent so you can use that data to decide where to open up the economy and also want to open up its economy where people can work remotely that should be a priority number one and people still engage in wearing face mock even speaking can transmit this virus fifty percent of the time with transmitted with a comeback hi hi Jean it's gonna become imperative maybe we need restaurant all the tables maybe we need to see it as with every other road not occupied I mean we we just don't know how we're going to have to modify the we cannot day immobilized and though this Kerry that we're doing in New York is going to have huge dividends in the coming one to two weeks we're going to see a relief from this kind of intense pressure which by the way we're handling NYU Langone is handled it incredibly well we do not have to split a ventilator we do not have to deny anybody care and everybody that gets on life support get it to the last day of their life at that is decided by the disease process not by lack of resources that's in contrast my pulmonologist intensive care specialist currently treating color nineteen patients and Y. U. Langone in New York really appreciate your time and really appreciate you doing what you're doing taking care of patients out there inside is terrific thank you so much brand thanks for reminding the public that they have a real world role to determine our outcome in this that so important what you're doing is saving lives that we really want to be safe well I really appreciate it thank you so much and you're doing a lot more than most other people are doing at this point so let me just say five cement paper I know that's coming to you too you too yeah already coming up we're going to be jumping into questions about what exactly happens next in places like Los Angeles but first let's talk about the fact that we are all short on sleep these days what articles about how we are spending an awful lot of time not sleeping and it's pretty stressful and I have a newborn and I have two other kids and they've been second let me just tell you when I sleep I am so happy to be and.

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"l. s" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

AppleVis Podcast

04:31 min | 9 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on AppleVis Podcast

"Can saw games. There are some for music. You can even use this to control garage band. If you so choose. This is a very very versatile device. Held Tab five five settings on a hill else in help with several options fifty nine percent if if you if a Q. Support Rada and followed one five two. Now I'm going to go to how to. This has a couple of video tutorials and thanks to the manufacturers. These video tutorials are perfectly accessible. I'm not gonNA play them because that would make the podcast for too long. They're not very long. But if you have a tap you can play them at your leisure or you can download the APP to be able to listen to them one time even if you don't have one set. We have selected gives accidentally selected accessibility to the two N. Remember half on the accessibility tab up at the top. Remember to click on the accessibility tab. Because that gives more verbal description to the videos. We have to wear those. Were the two that we have five. Now we're done with this F. allows now I wanNA take you through a couple of tutorials in the tap tap mayor of the box here so I can have a flat surface to the top one. You can tap on just about any surface as long as it's not too soft but when you start out my best advice and the advice that the company gives in their video if star on a hard flat surface and to start with your dominant hand out fees solicits in this up. We have three tabs. Let's let disarray glossary to three inches. Three three and instructions law. Three instructions are more. If you just need to look up something quickly. For example if you forgot the The finger combination for litter in you could look at the instructions now. The first lesson this gives you is. At owned you. I'm not gonNA do that one. Because it's favorite simple. A is your thumb. He is your index finger. I is your middle owns ring and you peaky. However if you're using this it is best to think of your your fingers from number one to number five starting with your thumb and eating with your. Pinky I'm going to show you one of the fun lessons and then I'm going to show you the voice over ten sections Eyo U. N. T. L. S. let's do nt L. S. Because I'm actually good at this number. Two N D. LS finger. Drake tune figures together fingerprint. Two fingers together. It always gives you a finger trick to help you remember and what. I really really love about this APP is. It's not just your standard boring typing lessons. You have US ICAL hints. It gives you memory phrases. I'll show you this right now. Back L. S. Never trample little sheepdogs. Two fingers together. This means that you tap two fingers that are next to each other and keep the other three fingers up tap fingers one and two to three for T- fingers three four for L. and fingers four and five for s again top figures one and two fingers to unstreamed for T- fingers three and four for L. and fingers four and five are S. and T. L. S. two fingers together tolls lashed together surreptitious a tutorial completed heading. Now we're gonNA move onto practice. I think I'll do practice in level one just to show you the basics of game place to you can you t S. practice round and ten fingers.

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"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:12 min | 9 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Sell prices exclusions apply L. S. nineteen bring you breaking news all week long we heard from the president his team we played you JB Pritzker's opening just a few minutes ago we have his question and answer session with the press one to get to that directly but first he has been very very patient there's been a lot of talk and I want to squeeze key thing here before we get to JB Pritzker Keith is a lot of comparisons between Italy and the United States you think this is a misnomer why comparison yeah we have a ten times tax rate for the seasonal influenza year after year the rest of the United States yeah the only population in Europe it is twenty five percent over the United States so unless you know who who's dying in those places to compare a teenage states a socialized medical system this is one of the best medical systems in the world never mind green misnomer it's it should be discussed as an apple and I wish to put together a true leader in a couple weeks you should politics is stocked with being on the federal government okay that's a that's a point well taken thank you for calling thanks for your patience Keith three one two five nine one eighty nine hundred is the number we have plenty of time this afternoon to get back to your calls and your text message speaking of bars and restaurants there's one bar owner says he's going to defy the governors are ordered to close he describes his place as his personal Alamo I don't think it's gonna work out form we'll hear from him in just a few minutes now we heard JB Pritzker's opening five minutes just a before John's newscast we have were were were were person our way through essentially all of the experts to bring you what is really relevant and and the visible this afternoon then JB Pritzker just minutes ago took some questions from the press here's the governor if you are a business directory name activated the National Guard what is their role in this and they have one of your friends it gives us the ability to have the National Guard to help us there are a lot of functions of the National Guard is capable of including for example some medical functions as you know our great concern here in addition to all of the other challenges the biggest concern really is that our hospitals or health centres will be overrun with cases and that will run out of space essentially and we won't have we won't be able to to bend the curve enough so what we're doing to work on that in part includes helping hospitals expand their triage before people go into an emergency room just one example you've seen it in in a few other places in the nation it is to set up a ten turned out to building near the emergency room but outside of that so the people who might have covered nineteen are traipsing into the emergency room and possibly giving it to somebody else so would be kind of a respiratory tend to almost so the people can be screen that they are before we decide or they decided the hospital what to do with that patient so the the National Guard can help with some of that either putting up tents or being part of the provision of equipment and I have to say that our and just in general Richard Neely general Neely has done a terrific job of working with our emergency management agency or department of public health to try to coordinate the needs and that's just one example of the way he's not in the house one of the ways people in order to comply with the order status well obviously you can't you can't police everything all the time and so we we obviously want communities to understand what the limitations are understand what the orders are they being given to follow them and so we're gonna you know we're gonna do our best to have the communities managing themselves and I think you've seen on social media and elsewhere the public the vast majority of the public understands what needs to be done here there are few people who want to resist and want to talk about resistance against it but I I think at this point and you know the public is kind of reining in those out liars should from our owners is a group of five disorderly you had some reasonable things you stricken parties today because they know that some people may not because there's no reason police say the well I would say to them that weeks from now months from now when one of those party goers one of those people that they had defied the order to have into their establishment become sick perhaps dire somebody perhaps that might die that they should know that they are responsible for that and they should not hold these parties we not only heard it you know the CDC yesterday issuing guidance to limit the gatherings to fifty people but now today we've heard that there's guidance to limit gatherings to ten people aiming for ingesting in Illinois our guidance to fifty people it and but I should say that's the order is now fifty people and we would encourage people to follow the CDC guidance so back to the restaurant owners and bar owners were defying the order and they are the out liars I mean let me be clear I have talked to many many restaurant owners now and reach out and talk to the associations and lots of people on calls with me and then then they understand we are in a very serious moment in the history of our state and our nation and that is a great entree as to our next guest who was a bar owner who says he'll defy the governor's order to close at the end of business today and it's his own personal Alamo well we know how that.

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"l. s" Discussed on TechStuff

TechStuff

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on TechStuff

"However, as of the time of this recording is the. The most recent version of the plan I can find. Everything else is kind of gone dark, so I'll explain the the manifest version of the mission here with the caveat that things have already changed, but this plan kind of gives us a peek into the ambition surrounding the artist program, even if the subsequent plan that will get announced probably right around the time. This episode publishes might have more details so here we go in April twenty, twenty, one according to this manifest. NASA would task a block one S. l.. S. Launch Vehicle. Carrying an unmanned, Orion, spacecraft, a mission dubbed Ornaments one, so that raises a question once a block one S. L. S. well the S. l.. S. is designed in a way that will allow NASA to swap out elements further down the line to give it A. Boost in performance specifically will allow NASA to include more powerful boosters and rockets that are intended to get a crew to Mars, but those are still being designed and constructed, and so we don't even have an example to point at for the the more advanced ones, and rather than wait on all of that to finish before making any other progress NASA has placed a strategy in. In which an initial version of the space launch system block, one will be used to get the Orion into orbit, or to send it to the moon, and the future will get a more powerful block to s L. S. that would be able to send the Orion and cargo to Mars. So how does all this play out will keep in mind that the block to? Exist yet, so things could change dramatically by the time we actually have something built if it even gets built the bloc one. s the version that's currently being finalized now, and it will have to boosters similar to the space shuttle, and it will also have a core stage like a central like rocket tank with four engines the. Pair of solid propellant, rocket boosters are really similar to what the space shuttle used. In fact, some of the early SA. L. S. launch vehicles. will be using all unused space shuttle booster casings, then in the future new casings waft to be made because we'll have run out of ones that weren't used in the spatial program, but the old space shuttle boosters had four segments of solid propellant rocket fuel the block one s boosters. will have five segments the core stage that central rocket We'll have four engines, and we'll use liquid propellant. Propellant once in space and Orion spacecraft separates from its launch vehicle. The Orion spacecraft will use what is called the interim cryogenic propulsion stage to travel to its destination such as the moon. This version of the S. L. S. will be able to send fifty seven thousand pounds or twenty six metric tons of payload into space. In fact, it'll be able to deliver payloads of that size into orbits beyond the moon. Now between block one and block to NASA also plans a version of the S.. L. S. called block one B it will have a little bit more. The central core will have more fuel. It'll be a bigger. Fuel tank, and it will be able to put not just the Orion spacecraft into orbit, but an orbiting habitat up into space can lift a heavier payload up into space, creating opportunities for missions and. More ambitious goals blocked twos. Goal is to create a launch vehicle capable of putting forty five tons of payload into deep space, and will be used for missions that aim to go to Mars. Let's get back to this timeline that has since been disputed by NASA, so acquainted original timeline, or at least the manifest line NASA planned for the first crude or Orion mission, the first mission to have astronauts aboard the Orion spacecraft. Which would be called? The artists to mission would launch in January twenty twenty three. The mission will use a block one S. L. S. as the launch vehicle, and it would see the astronauts go on a path around the moon and back to Earth, not landing on the moon, but doing an orbit of the Moon, and then returning now maybe even four but I think it's just a fly by behind the the moon similar to some of the earlier Apollo missions. In August twenty twenty four NASA plans to launch the artists three mission. This mission's purpose is to send a Lunar Lander to the moon on a block one B S ls. More on the whole Lunar Lander in a bit because that part of the plan has definitely changed a couple of times. Twenty twenty four is the big one that would be a mission called artists four, and the purpose would be to send astronauts to actually set foot on the moon, including at least one woman. This mission would use a bloc. One S LS to send the Orion to rendezvous with. A thing around the moon's orbit. We'll get back to that because it has changed originally was just going to be a lunar lander. Now it's a slightly different, and this does not end the artist program right. The the landing on the moon is not the ultimate end of artists. NASA plans a few other missions. One would happen in September twenty twenty five. This one is not not technically an artist's mission, but it will use the same spacecraft. It'll news The the S LS blocked one in order to launch a satellite called the Europa Clipper and this one would fly over to Jupiter and get an orbit around Jupiter and do. Do Fly bys of Jupiter's Moon Europa to get a closer look and part of the purpose of this mission is to see if you roper has environments that could potentially support life, so that's really exciting then in June twenty twenty six NASA plans to send another mission to the moon, this one designated artists five with more astronauts, visiting old Luna using a block. One B s ls to get there. So this is the slightly larger version of the S.. The following June NASA would launch a lander to head to Europa, giving us an even closer. Look at Uber's Moon, because we'd have a lander setting foot a lander on crude lander. Setting foot or landing on Europa but that would be super cool and August. Twenty Twenty, eight, NASA acquainted this manifest would plan to launch the six mission, which would once again take astronauts.

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"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:32 min | 9 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L. S. obviously corona viruses sort of the tip of everyone's tongue certainly the forefront of everybody's brain what is the electoral impact this thing I mean well it's sort of hands on how long this takes to play out if we get this summer and is basically and it and it's been a V. shaped recovery and everybody's all the stocks it bought back into the stock market which by the way honestly like I have a basic strategy when it comes to stock investments it is not particularly sophisticated I put a set amount of money into the stock market every single month and whenever he goes down a double it and that is that that that is my basics out strategy because I'm buying to hold if you're young person that's what you should be doing should be buying to hold if you think that the stock market is going to permanently lower itself that is just not accurate it's not correct eight people in two thousand seven two thousand eight what made a fortune people who sold lost a lot of money once asked Warren Buffett about losing money in the stock market during the last Great Recession he said it was a dimes and sell as long as you're not selling a losing money in any case how is all this going to play out well here's the thing absent a a bad economy absentee coronavirus panic president trump is a durable candid against Joe Biden according to firehouse strategies and optimised pulling faster quarterly battleground pulling series in Michigan Pennsylvania and Wisconsin asking about trump verses Joe Biden and here is what they found they found that Biden leads trump very very narrowly in battleground pulling as of March twenty twenty in Michigan however in the in Michigan trump we'd find forty six to forty four he leads Sanders in Michigan forty to forty one Transylvania leads Democrat Biden forty five to forty four million shares forty six forty two in Wisconsin trump leads by nine forty five to forty three is all this is within the margin of error since December by men from being high by nine points being down by only about one point five points so there's been some change in favor of Democrats but I'm going to fire house strategy coronavirus is an emerging issue we ask voters about coronavirus majority of likely voters in all three states are very or somewhat concerned about a large coronavirus outbreak however an overwhelming majority of likely voters are changing any plans you cry of iris trump still has not approval on his handling of crime virus so far even despite his relatively low overall approval rating in the same state and this is why it matters how president trump handled all of this now all of this speaks to the fact that president trump needs trying to discipline campaign all the talk in the world that trump tweeting and trumping trump and all the rest of this discipline means he wins I would say with a certain amount of ease against your bottom chaos means the people are forced to contend with all the reasons that they may not love trump meanwhile it is important to recognize the one of the advantages that Joe Biden has he's not Hillary Clinton Hillary still out there making the rounds and there's a reason Hillary Clinton lost to Donald Trump Hillary Clinton is still out there claiming that Facebook is the reason why she wants the twenty sixteen election and of course is not true she suggested Facebook is run by the red by the radical right which is just patently crazy but of course evidence has never entered into the thing ability Clinton fox in the term right wing echo chamber has mastered Facebook aided and abetted might I say buy Facebook okay even abetted by Facebook just because you disagree with material put out by some of these outlets it's ridiculous I mean it is the same organises women in the workplace are still seen as oddities it is no wonder this lady lost seriously so you can go from you know the worst circumstances for women where they are still you know basically marginalized and shout out to advanced economies where they are still viewed as something of an oddity and that's what those of us who believe in in the equality of men and women I am the openness of opportunities to men and women based on ability and work ethic and all the rest of it are going to have to continue speaking out so that that's all we don't lose progress as the reason that's the reason she that that trump's president because she's off all by it has to do is not be quite as awful as Hillary and certainly is a much more competitive it nominee but yeah trump's durability in the swing states remains now there will be a war inside the Democratic Party between Bernie by my dad is continuing apace Bernie is not backing off your mind at all Bernie is not going to accept having having collapsed here he says I'm not dropping out so that they're going to Michigan the polling in Michigan for Bernie is really ugly right now like down twenty points in Michigan horrific stuff but Bernie says I'm not dropping out anyway sure this is that how damaging and would you consider dropping out well it certainly would not consider dropping out here Chris media ask you is this state or that state life with death I was excited I was New Hampshire we want California the largest state in this country we are winning among Latino voters because we are one of many winning among young people now yeah you're probably gonna drop out he's gonna sit there is gonna say goodbye so it'll be fun to watch them go at each other Bernie still lining over super Tuesday by the way clinics conspiracy to rob him of the nomination this does not bode well for the Democratic Party internally the establishment put a great deal of pressure on people to judge all Amy club which ran really aggressive campaigns one of both of them they work really really hard but suddenly right before something to say they announced their withdrawal if they had not withdrawn from the race before super Tuesday which is kind of a surprise to a lot of people I suspect we will have one in Minnesota we won one in Maine we would want to Massachusetts the turnout may have been a little bit different okay so it is it is fun to watch them grants tear each other apart this is why trump's handling of of crime I was actually matters a fair bit if trump's aggressive in handling of this thing then even the economic dump that's being taken on the stock market and it's really bad I'm is down like two thousand points the stock market significantly selling off we are now in in a full on bear market right would you trust more twenty percent or bear market I believe across America today but what with with all of that will it with all of that happening an aggressive response by president trump will alleviate concerns but that response has to be aggressive and coordinated especially like the fact there other countries right now that are getting aggressive according to the BBC within ten to fourteen days the U. K.'s gonna move to a situation where everybody who even has a mild respiratory tract infection or fever should be self isolating for seven days afterward and so all the other countries are taking pretty significant steps the trump administration has yet to do so politically speaking much more from to over react in under react to corona virus that's true also state mobile level by the way we'll get to the the failures of of local and state officials are blaming trump and failing until just one second first first of all if you're but you're using to listen to the today show he still connected wires you probably aren't you yeah those are all G. beer buzz ones that are connected what is what are you some sort of sideboard instead disconnect from the wires get yourself.

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08:28 min | 10 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"L. S. as we haven't gotten into the rich the rich cornucopia of a brutal material from the democratic today less I'll get to in just one thing first you pull out from Quinnipiac first of all the Democrats trump versus public charter from fifty culture thirty nine plus eleven for trump trump Warren fifty one forty one plus ten for trump from prison judge forty nine forty one plus eight four from from versus bluebird plus eight for trump trump versus Sanders plus seven import from from versus Biden plus seven apart from reminder from doesn't even when Michigan Wisconsin and Pennsylvania needs to win one one you know some bad news for Democrats in front is running there right now wait until we had Bernie I mean we on the consumer side it Bernie with the kitchen sink because guess what everybody's gonna know about the fact that that dude is an old county by the time the election comes pretty unbelievable unbelievable so let's go into how brutal that today was last night because it was indeed a brutal Michael Bloomberg the only person who really is in a position to stop Bernie Sanders at this point he came in for the most fire Indiana very early at the outset is very Sanders calling Michael Bloomberg a race is based on stop and rest and the problem for Michael Bloomberg is in the early going of this debate for forty five minutes or so boomer just kept apologizing for his record which is idiotic I'll tell you what here's a bummer sandals I what now here's what Sanders and also a bluebird should have said response in order to be told from the gonna need the largest voter turnouts in the history of the United States all of Mr Bloomberg had policies in New York City of stop and frisk which one after African American and Latino people in an outrageous way that is not a way you're going to grow voter turnout cell apparently the way rebel return out is to count on young people who vote in very small numbers right which is what Sanders is doing and also DL racism it over over an hour worked great for Hillary was fantastic rally here's a woman should answer the stopping first question and he always use that is just it wasn't when I took office thirty six and fifty murders a year in your city predominantly black and Hispanic kids true now in black is that people mostly on I brought it down like two hundred per year that happened because the stop and frisk a fully legal policy designed to stop criminal activity I'm not going to apologize for saving lives when we believe that that that program had exceeded it's usefulness phase it out but I'm not gonna stand turn called a racist by a bunch of people on the stage you have done nothing zero things to stop murders a black Hispanic people and I've done more than any of you combined I guess it must have been strong on this instead he was weak Hey look weak and he looked weak now number did get in a couple hits a burning desire to add to the Bloomberg said it straight out as it was in bring it can be drunk it's not going to happen so here is longer clocking Sanders I don't think there's any chance of senator meeting president trump you don't start out by saying I've got a hundred and sixty million people I'm going to take away the insurance plan that they love that's just not a ways that you go and start building the coalition with the standards to camp thinks that they can do I don't think there's any chance whatsoever and if he goes in is the candidate we will have a Donald Trump for another four years and we can't stand that okay now that is true but lukewarm was waiting in the wings ready to scalp mayor Bloomberg so is morning jumped in and here's the problem again for boomer boomer was lashing out in some pretty strong waste all my particularly centers she refused to go towards a warrant came out of the woodwork and just started stabbing him is crazy to ms again once upon a time in house just bust through that glass door on fire and it was it was wild here's a list of one going after Bloomberg and Bloomberg not being trump did not know how to deal with this so the accusation that war levels at Bloomberg here is the same as the accusation of level to trump in twenty sixteen which is you said mean things valleys and from for sponsors not just resume just residential and even legal in like was like okay that was funny sorry it is it's funny but nobody has a sense of humor the Democratic Party since you were then fleshed out as well as here's Elizabeth Warren I want to talk about who were running against a billionaire who calls women fat broad and forced east lesbians and no I'm not talking about Donald Trump I'm talking about Bloomberg we're not going to win if we have a nominee who has a history of hiding his tax returns of harassing women and of supporting racist policies like red lining and stop and frisk football supporter whoever the democratic nominee is but understand this Democrats take a huge risk if we just substitute one in there for another man what movers should respond to this is was a lady I don't owe you an apology if I had any cases in the past which I said things in their losses about them we dealt with those and you sitting here and ripping ani is racist expect all of a missing a vote for me anyway so kind of ridiculous occur you if you're a liar your your your suggestion and stop and frisk is inherently racist is a lie your suggestion that I'm hiding my tax returns is not true and this notion that I'm a sexual serial harasser of women I would see the evidence of that other than you just leveling scurrilous accusations that you drop at the last minute because our campaign is failing my back my back then really on stage be on the stage instead he was like well known and he can let go and it was a bad moment form real bad moment for him meanwhile meanwhile Joe Biden when after into my by now but I was always sort of the guy was like last a party last night many is the last part of the whole race they jumped into he said yeah the mayor says he had a great record you know a great record New York City which is weird because broke on me staying out them all the time here by the mayor says he has a great record that he's done these wonderful things while the fact the fact of matter is he has not managed a city or very very well when he was there he didn't get a whole lot he I stop and frisk throwing up photos to five million young black man up against a wall when we came along in our administration the president Obama and said we're going to send in a moderator drive a meeting or stop it he said that's not necessary yeah so this is where again literature said you know you come along you raised crime rate to major cities around America which is for this revolution going back again he did have the attack in him these trends demonstrators loyal Democrat first as opposed to man defending is on record should be president of the United States everybody had to get the guy is the smartest and stage for his terms thank you there's no question but a judge inspires person on the stage and he's the most calculated percentage he started off his night I thought fairly well by trying to contrast himself with Sanders and boomer and this is a pretty good line for people to judge we could wait two weeks from today the day after super Tuesday and the only candidates left standing will be Bernie Sanders and Mike Bloomberg the two most polarizing figures on this stage and most Americans don't see where they've got to choose between a socialist who thinks that capitalism is the root of all evil and a billionaire who thinks that money ought to be the root of all power again that is that's a very good one and judge the problem for the judge is that that thing was a hundred recently said on this program that there was a barrel grabbing people just pulling each other down so judge says that and Bernie Sanders immediately trends and it does was it is subject just muscle but the bottom as well and that's what you look what you looking little all you could eat another body gestures while last night as to the knees and the pain of a longer collected working class is polarizing I think you got the wrong word maybe it's time for the working class of this country that a little bit Washington campaign that's no really did damn temple Georgia really damn temple gentry get was trying to do the politically smart thing by going after both Bloomberg and Sanders and he's doing it all night the person who did the damage embrasures any club which I because the judge could not help sides waiting any club which are enclosure was having none of it was glorious she pulled out an actual legal slugger and shot started wailing away at people judge me is like the scene in the Irishman where Robert deniro just beats the living hell out of a guy like a butcher demonstrate except if Robert you know be able to work his legs in that scene in one second we're gonna get to any clubs are taking out people to get rid of this writing him when I get to that in just one second it was well deserved and and quite delicious actually I enjoyed every moment of it for a fun debate gets more of this in one second first how you make your business more efficient now the way to do this.

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05:37 min | 10 months ago

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"L. S. twenty five so the we talked about this early this week down in Springfield the bill had its first reading February fifth and now I guess it's been referred to the rules committee for review but it has stirred up a lot of talk here on this station and others the bill is proposed by state rep Camille why lily who joins us now on W. L. S. madam representative welcome double else how are you I'm wonderful thank you John happy Valentine's day and happy Valentine's day to you as well sole job when I look at the bill early this week in and read the bill specifically I phone news about the bill but my understanding the bill proposed that would make pumping your own gas illegal in Illinois I know that you want to walk that back a little bit you did that earlier this week in a town hall meeting in Oak Park give us an ideal if the bill passes what it would mean for us thank you for asking question and having me on I want to start with the manager that we're talking about instituting does not ban people from pumping their own gas he does not take away individual rights to pop their own grants the vehicle that we're using it with at the place order or or place holder is to enact legislation that does about three things one it gives the consumer option looking at safety and convenience at the top we want to make sure that our seniors are disable our our mothers with children have the option at the point where you can continue to enjoy a self pumping our self service and you would have a gas attendant at the pump but the measure one I wanted to get people talking about it make sure that we're creating legislation this desire of the community well I'm from his latest from pause here the Illinois petroleum marketers association they oppose this because to mandate that we have somebody who must pump gas upon request every service station Illinois office says can add costs to a lot of these businesses your response what happens when you include the consumer in legislation becomes a better legislation we're looking to make sure that we are making sure that we have safety at the pump we have convenient at the prompt with the input of the consumer and the industry it is important understand all the nuances of the gas station across the state well what's happening is safety is an issue because gas stations ops opponent fired over five thousand gas stations have caught on fire in the US or not yearly basis we have to begin to look at the safety the I would say that needs that have come to my attention in my district where moms or concerned about leaving their children in the home yes I get that but there are gas station that provide that service at an additional price obviously for a full service pump I go to a regular gas station I I self pump blood and I know that I have the option but that being said as far as the fires you know some dummy smoking a cigarette pumping his own gas adjacent to the full service pump it does mean the attendance gonna be able stop the fire from just being there what happens is is an education is assistance is warning what happens when you don't have anyone there you have these incidents we want to continue to talk to the industry the gas owner the come the consumers to make sure they are focusing in on safety safety and convenience for people elderly and disabled one other question what it said the rules committee level now has a speaker told you that is going to bring it to the floor what happened as I noted this is a vehicle and we we do this all the time we would have a place holder to really craft the legislation that we're going to move forward with this particular Beale is bare to be held for a minute okay I wanted in the rules because I want to amend it hi so I really want to make sure that people begin to talk about so we creating legislation that that really is the desire of Illinois is never was attended to ban anyone from pop in their own gas if given the everyone enjoyed to this day hi madam representative thank you for your time have a terrific weekend happy Valentine's day thank you in the same year Camille I lonely from the seventeenth district here in Illinois joining us on double D. L. us well we have breaking news the trump administration is going to deploy elite border patrol agents to sanctuary cities that would be San Francisco Los Angeles Atlanta Houston Boston New Orleans Detroit Newark hundred officers will work with ice a spokesman for customs and border protection did corroborate this was a broken by the a New York times just earlier today breaking news and our mayor has already responded my fellow Chicagoans today the trump administration made his latest play against our cities by yet again targeting our immigrant and refugee communities to its usual fear mongering as in a phobia we will not be bullied it especially by a bully like president trump who trade in hatred and scare tactic more on that coming up next here on W. L..

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04:09 min | 10 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"L. S. you're gonna look Katia the new assigning a FC Cincinnati will check the N. after the news but let's deal with the developing situation this afternoon and that is mark Dantonio stepping down it leading to the speculation of Luke Fickell future and the interest Michigan state might have been him what he could he should he what if he does good Luke Fickell say no to a power five job in the big ten a conference he coached in in a state he knows and has recruited in and at the same time I think it's reasonable to say would if not more double his salary if not more I I I think if you're a fan of you see football if you're if you're someone who has running conversations with those around the program this is one of the gigs that those in and around the program thought was the kind of the tipping point program that we kind of tip the conversation into a much more serious tone and a level of concern because there's been many over the years in recent years like West Virginia what Mississippi state and others that they came calling in in in there there was little interest there was no injuries there was maybe a little bit interest but ultimately no I'm staying this was one all along that when the speculation came up about marked Antonio's future it is Michigan state suffered back to back okay seasons there were more and more connecting the dots in the thought that you know that's a gig it may not be may not be Ohio state or Michigan or Ohio state or Notre Dame but if that job does open then this thing tips into a much more different if not concerning area if you if you're the UC bear cats now think of what Luke Fickell has here I'm led to believe that tomorrow you see will announce their best recruiting class in program history tomorrow is the the round to the second phase of recruiting I mentioned the four star recruit they landed in flew flip from Illinois on that's how good the recruiting class is coming in in by the way they're coming off back to back eleven win seasons can you walk away from that can you walk away from it and walk into a situation at Michigan state that's got a couple of land mines right now on your thing you know what's going on with those allegations what what's going on with that lawsuit what's going on with that investigation and why did mark Dantonio decide to do what he did today and not at the end of the season there's a lot of things in this to make you go when we come back in by the way I'd like to be you seize new athletic director I what is it's like weeks six on the job for John cutting him and suddenly on your desk for consideration your coach being linked to as the front runner for the Michigan state job it all the way your new athletic director never been an athletic director before to go through something like this directly as the man in charge so his thoughts on Luke Fickell you'll hear from him next six sixteen sports talk seven hundred WLW from the you see health traffic center you see health offering the most technologically advanced treatments for atrial fibrillation learn more and you see health dot com slash heart there is currently an accident now it's blocking the left lane west bound seventy four before Colerain Avenue and traffic is starting to back up towards seventy five Glen way at park sides west of west eighth street remains closed due to an accident that brought down a utility pole in live wires with it the detour there you St Avenue to guest to Wilder and there's a broken down car a north bound Harrison Avenue in Fairmont traffic remain stop and go still northbound seventy five Mitchell all the way to union center south bound your heavy shepherd lane to padlock than Harrison down through the cut in the hill nor seventy one heavy data to fight for and southbound seventy one a crowd from field journal Montgomery road then.

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WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:18 min | 10 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"L. S. to two ten to ten that's bulls the two ten to ten at ten after a class and they receive a seventy five dollar Amazon fire to always take care of our listeners that I want you to get a movie thank them so much as a great sponsor of our show absolutely and you know what champ one of the things that we need to focus on as we close out here's understanding that you know trading is not a hobby trading is not gambling you know those people talk about the stock market is a gamble and you know what I want to go home I watered by treaty as a business well it's amazing because if you understood the casino who I talk about the gambling analogy is not gambling in the blood geo they understand probably the understand risk they understand that you're gonna sit too long of a table you're gonna get emotional imagine if you were the blood geo you can make a fortune in the king in the casino business in the gambling business well in the financial markets the benefit that we have is that if we understand the same thing the casino understands others we understood what are risky is what the most we can lose that we put ourselves in a position where we can be right more often than were wrong more wrong we take a small loss don't over think being successful in the market folks it was important that we talk about treating it as a business normally treat is a biz but structured as a business think about this is a lot even own small businesses in you own your business in your business owns you and you know a whole talking I've been a small business owner for most of my life and what I love about being a small business or the freemen flexibility that can provide you what I didn't love was all the stress the overhead the liability insurance workers' comp employee shown up not showing up think about that a lot of times when you start that business you got these big goals these big expectations but a lot of the barriers expenses carrying the weight of all that has you really not really having success or your success takes longer than you need well longer than it should so the focus becomes for many people is that when they look at the markets is a business think about this you business owners made you feel a business where if you need a custom you just had to post something online that you want to buy it from you if you want to sell something somebody want to buy for me if you need to buy some the somebody will sell to you you have to weigh about inventory overhead workers comp liability insurance leasing a building you have a very small amount of start up capital couple grand maybe and now you're in business and you never have to leave your house and think about this think about it from the perspective of all the traditional headaches that most business owners.

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WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:16 min | 11 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"L. S. to two ten to ten that's bulls the two ten to ten at ten after a class and they receive a seventy five dollar Amazon fire to always take care of our listeners that I want you to get a movie thank them so much as a great sponsor of our show absolutely and you know what champ one of the things that we need to focus on as we close out here's understanding that you know trading is not a hobby trading is not gambling you know those people talk about the stock market is a gamble and you know what I want to go home I watered by treaty as a business well it's amazing because if you understood the casino who I talk about the gambling analogy is not gambling to the blood geo they understand probably the understand risk they understand that you're gonna sit too long at the table you're gonna get emotional imagine if you were the blood geo you can make a fortune in the king in the casino business in the gambling business well in the financial markets the benefit that we have is that if we understand the same thing the casino understand another's we understood what are risky is what the most we can lose it we put ourselves in a position where we can be right more often than were wrong more wrong we take a small loss don't over think being successful in the market folks it was important that we talk about treating it as a business normally treat is a biz but structured as a business think about this is a lot even own small businesses in you own your business and your business owns you and you know whole of talking I've been a small business owner for most of my life and what I love about being a small business owner the freemen flexibility that can provide you what I didn't love was all the stress the overhead the liability insurance workers comp and pull you shown up not showing up think about that a lot of times when you start that business you got these big goals these big expectations but a lot of the barriers expenses carrying the weight of all that has you really not really having success or your success takes longer than you need well longer than it should so the focus becomes for many people is that when they look at the markets is a business think about this you business owners made you feel a business where if you need a custom we just had to post something online that you want to buy it from you if you want to sell something somebody want to buy for me if you need to buy some the somebody will sell to you you have to weigh about inventory overhead workers comp liability insurance leasing a building you have a very small amount of start up capital couple grand maybe and now you're in business and you never have to leave your house and think about this think about it from the perspective of all the traditional.

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WBT Charlotte News Talk

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"l. s" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"L. S. the two ten two ten dot chip one of the things that we definitely need to talk about is a lot of individuals right now are so happy with their returns that they're seeing a lot of individuals are you know I'm up I'm up and they forget about what happened in the year two thousand seventy nine in a lot into angels are let other money managers one financial advisors handle their money I want to take a moment I want to talk to the listener the man or the woman that's in the financial markets and they're starting to wonder you know what are they paying these fees for could they have picked up additional money I hear people say all the time you know what I feel I'm leaving money on the table what is a look like if someone actually walked away from that adviser that financial adviser and started self directed when we give you a little background of my experience is the new coach of mine treaty can we have sat with a lot of people in a mess that question zero seven a four one K. the market's up it's up for ten years marked up three percent since its low of two thousand nine and when we look at the holdings that they have those mutual funds that they own inside of those for one case those holdings traditionally track the S. and P. the standard poor's five hundred the major U. S. stock index almost ninety five cents to the dollar in other words if you really want to know how well your four oh one K.'s doing look at the market as a whole because what we see with most four K. counts is that most people's accounts track the market's performance now here's the key and this is been the benchmark since the beginning of the markets you need to be able outperform the market as a whole you be available from the broad market on those when the S. and P. goes up you should be able to make a little bit more than what the SNP goes up and when it goes down you will make more than when it goes down and so the focus is that a lot of people don't realize that if your benchmark ninety five cents to the dollar on the S. and P. in the SNP's up three percent how come you're for one case not a three percent think about that is if you're basically dollar for dollar making with the markets given and the markets up dramatically should be automatically his the reality most people in for one case in this right from fidelity Europe about fifty percent of what the markets are below the market of over three percent your bliss and half of that in your phone case because you're paying fees that's the real kicker soon you start understood those fees are crushing your profitability long term about about fifty percent of your long term profitability will go to cover fees think about that and that's when the market's going up what about what it side ways are falling you still paying those fees he's so the real key is if you can not have to pay those fees are how can I get out of those fees will self directing taking that money over yourself making decisions around that money itself is becoming sole much more obvious to many of the people that are approaching retirement age you're getting into those thirties and forties that they were such a look at the map and say if I don't do something differently and the market corrects or if I'm getting all these fees it eating up my profitability I might never be able to retire I want to worry about running out of money before I die it's a main threat for people and one of the keys we talk about the first section was capital preservation how to manage risk with the mark goes down what if you could self directed other words profit regardless of direction or conditions of the market still have capital preservation place so if the market goes against you take a very small loss but their directions and the conditions of market don't matter you can profit either way end you pay no fees think about that just execution because that's what people looking for and that's available it's call self directing world champ and here's another issue a lot of individuals they don't think they pay fees they don't they don't think yeah someone what's your four one K. because they go doesn't cost me anything it it's it it's amazing when people have been led to believe that there for one case for you know Walmart is two point four million employees do you think somebody's managing two point four million employees retirement accounts for free absolutely not there's disclose freezers undisclosed fees the average person has no idea what his hundreds of fees that a lot of times on even disclose and what's amazing is when you look at that typical prospectus when you sign up for the four one K. you read through the fees you might find some of them but you won't find all of them and that's a well known fact and it's been bills that would try to get through Congress to lobby against the wall St lobby and they have too much money it's not going to change and so a lot of those fees stroll B. one fees only redemption fees you know liquidity fees management fees administration fees you don't even know what's coming out of your account and here's a frightening thing most of you don't know you paid fees at you because you don't write a check for it gets taken out of the account in the form of just a monthly statement and if you don't open your statements which many of you probably don't now where are you so you know we paid in fees it's enough happy profitability you'll make money one direction the mark was done you lose and you still have to pay fees when you lose think about that who would sign on to that process and that's the American for one case system so self directing is an alternative that means you and I can take over our own retirement money we can facilitate decisions around those accounts and he is a beautiful thing I mean you know this well we do that in six to ten hours a month it's not gonna take hours and hours in a deep dive into the markets in how the markets work it's understanding a simple process and following a system that allows you to make good decisions when you're right you make a good return when you're wrong you take a small loss do that for a while folks don't pay those fees and watch what happens especially in a market like this when markets up dramatically Europe half of that you feel content with that but she leaving way too much on the table and the key thing is you learn to self direct that money go in your account not in a wall street's one that's exactly what we're talking about these a lot individuals don't realize itself directing is available they don't understand if their company allows self directing a lot of people don't have anyone to guide him through that process of actually taking over that account I meet people that are retired where they sell my four one K. it still said with the company that I was there for twenty five years I haven't moved it over there so many steps to actually sell directly but they're simple steps is just the reason why most people don't do is they don't understand how to do it.

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01:40 min | 1 year ago

"l. s" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Today let's stay with them Sonny's in Chicago on the great W. L. S. I have some great friends in the northwest suburbs friends and family sunny I love your town hi are you going to do is very well mine one of the greatest shows I have ever heard on the radio next the mantle of course but anyway listen I just wanted to try to understand why the politicians Democrats whatever older men the mayor of Chicago over the veterans and the citizens of this country after all they've done in some of the all illegally well it's a great question why do you think that is something I'll ask you right back why do you think I'm sorry I say I'll ask you the question right back why do you think they prioritize them I know it's politics but I don't I just don't understand why they can't stand up citizens here in this country first why don't we putting the CM portent veterans and homeless people the people who need at this time in this city well the claim that we have southwest side north side suburbs just all over and it doesn't seem like I don't see everybody jump real unraveling hello Steve again reference almost people who are victims of a crime I don't always.

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"l. s" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"l. s" Discussed on Security Now

"Where something seems a little flaky and then the flakes are gone afterwards. Emma. Last story that I wanted to share is a tip of the hat to cloudflare. We've got a bunch of friends over there. They're doing great work. As we, we've covered that they did the one dot one dot one dot one DNS service. They're offering DNS over both over HTTPS and over UDP t. l. s. known as t. l. s. so they're, you know, they're very privacy and security conscious there. So that allows if you have a DNS client which is able to do to do DNS over HTTPS and we're seeing some web browsers that are beginning to offer that option. The the point being that if you're really concerned about privacy, you it. It's one thing as I was mentioning before in a different context. It's one thing to encrypt your communications with a with a. Wrote website, but if somebody is sniffing your traffic and seeing the DNS queries that are going to your DNS server, well, they know where you're going still they. They may not be able to see what you're saying to that person. But as we know, it's very powerful when you if for example, say that say that you're a bad guy and trying to to keep your network of other bad guys secret. Well, if if law enforcement is able just to see to build a graph of connective -ly of who's talking to who that can be leveraged into some very powerful use. So. And similarly, if you are an oppressive government that is looking at at who some known dissidents are talking to well, even. No, they're not. They're not able to see what you're saying to each other. They're able to uncover a network, and there are many valid uses for wanting to keep the meta data of your communications private DNS naturally because it's not an inherently encrypted protocol. Leaks that. Okay. So what do you do? You encrypt your your DNS. They're still a problem though, and this is a problem that has not yet until tentatively. Just now been solved even with t. l. s. version one point, three. That's the recently radically did ver latest version of t. l. s. and that is the so-called s. n. I the the server name indication the the idea is this is what's necessary for shared hosting environments. We've we've over the years, we've talked about how browsers established an encrypted connection to a remote server. The normally what happens is the browser will look up the IP address for the service based on its domain name will then. Connect to that IP address and the way originally SSL and now t. l. s. the evolution of SSL work is that the server sends to the client. It's it's signed certificate signed by a certificate authority that the that the browser, they HTTPS client trusts. So since it trust the CA because it's in the root store, it trusts the see a signature that the CIA has done due diligence in verifying the ownership of the certificate. And so that's how the this is established. The problem is that the certificate is sent to the client upon immediately after the TCP connection is negotiated as the first thing that the server sends. In order for them to establish an encryption connection. So how do you handle multi hosting where there may be many different domains all accessible at the same IP? Well, for a while, there were still browsers that did not understand s. n. i. that were unable to specify the the server that they wanted to connect to. And there were servers the didn't understand it will. We're past that now, all browsers that are in use are able to specify in at as an addition to the information there initially sending the host name that they want to connect to. So the browser sends its so-called client Hello packet, which in the old days just said, hi, the, these are the, you know, here's a a nonce that I've just come up with for our communication..

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