35 Burst results for "Last 10 Years"

10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 d ago

10-year-old among three shot at mall in Durham, North Carolina

"Hi Mike Rossio reporting a North Carolina police chief says three people were shot Friday in a fight at a mall a shooting during Black Friday shopping at a mall in Durham North Carolina left three people shot and wounded and another three people injured as panicked shoppers ran for the exits one of the shooting victims was a ten year old child who was struck by a stray bullet during police chief Patrice Andrews told reporters the shooting happened around three twenty PM inside the streets at Southpoint mall the chief said an apparent fight between two groups who knew each other led to the shooting and one person was detained Andrews vowed there will be more arrests hi

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Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin

Mark Levin

01:32 min | 2 months ago

Rep. Chip Roy Shares About Challenges Obtaining Ivermectin

"Air they, you know, we were able to get a prescription for dramatic. And and she was able to get it and go to the pharmacy near where we live in Texas, not far from dripping springs outside of Austin, and she sat there listening to him and the pharmacist behind the counter was arguing with the other pharmacist saying, Well, we can't fill this. What is this for? And then they interrogated my wife about what's this for this for Covid? My wife, France was. Does it matter? I have a prescription from a doctor and I want to get elected. And so ultimately they filled the prescription. But this is happening all over the country. The pharmacists are blocking the doctors. It's amazing, and they're and they're like this is all part of this overall campaign that is both purposeful by some and his stare ical by others, and it's the ones that are hysterical that are buying into the hype by the authoritarians in the tyrants in Washington. And beyond Washington, the academic set you know the smart blue check Twitter idiots on both sides of the aisle who know what's best for all of us, By the way, mark and tell us how to live our lives when we can go choose what's best for our family. Do you think I want anything to befall harm? To my 10 year old or 12 year old son, My 10 year old daughter. Hell, no right. I'm going to look out for them and what's best for them. I'm going to make decisions for them, but I can tell you what he forced vaccinations. To a 12 year old boy when there's myocardial research when we know by the way when family members have had the virus, we know that natural immunity is stronger, and Israel produces the studies, and we know that as a matter of scientific fact now

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Images Show the Taliban With U.S. Military Equipment Left Behind in Afghanistan

The Dan Bongino Show

01:39 min | 3 months ago

Images Show the Taliban With U.S. Military Equipment Left Behind in Afghanistan

"You see in this gym? Images coming out right now. It's Chiron. Shocking images of Taliban with US hardware. You're looking at this. You're like Wow, are those are special operators. They have some pretty fancy equipment. No, no, that's the Taliban and our uniforms are helmets are night vision are in force. Our helicopters. Look at these images on right. This is breaking right now. Look at this. Yeah. Look at this. This is your present. You useful idiots out there useful idiots on the left. Useful idiots covering for your guy. We left our people behind You left our equipment behind. You have permanently damaged America's reputation around the world. Nothing nothing will be the same until these people exit power. And even after that it will take decades to rebuild our credibility overseas. You have now invited attacks on this country for what you did Listen, nobody wanted to get out of Afghanistan more than I did. I talked about it on my podcast, the radio show on television for the last 10 years. This is not the way you do this man. Look at these pictures. This is unbelievable. This breaking around. Haven't seen these yet. You see in this gym? You seeing what I'm seeing on the screen right now? I'll get these guys decked out in all of our high tech military gear. Our vehicles are N v. G s R m force. They don't even have Kalashnikovs anymore. Like we don't want that old Russian crap. Give us these us made M Force. These things are incredible. Look at this in our helicopters. This is just stunning.

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Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 3 months ago

Apple's Tim Cook Gets $750mn Bonus Payout

"Its CEO, How does having a really good week? Tim Cook got more than five million shares of Apple stock and sold most of them for more than $750 million. This is part of the compensation that cooked out when he took over as CEO 10 years ago. The

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S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

Mark Simone

00:32 sec | 3 months ago

S&P 500, Nasdaq Extend Push Into Record Territory as Stocks End Higher

"And durable goods orders that came out today. We're just mixed and so it didn't really move the market all that much, although we did see a move higher in interest rates as the stock market continues to recover both the S and P and NASDAQ pushing further into record territory. And the doubt also advancing modestly in the early going yields on the 10 year note hitting 1.31%. The dollar is firmer. That's putting some downside. Pressure on commodities oil just slipping a couple cents to about 67 50 a barrel while gold is tumbling $21 to 17 80 70 outs as we said durable goods orders kind of a mixed picture there as far

Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

MacBreak Weekly

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Joe Biden Reportedly Hosting Cybersecurity Meeting With Tech CEOs

"Cook is going to washington once again. He's joining you on musk. They will not have a single conversation. Never see A few apple's tim cook microsoft sachin. Adela the New guy andy. Jesse from amazon apparently will be going to the white house on wednesday to disc- discuss improving cybersecurity. Sure you wanna per cybersecurity get these. Ceo's from these companies a sitting around a table coming up with new strategies. They do nothing but a ask them to stop. Just ask them to stop. Yeah i mean. I you know it's a it's a photo op they'll They'll also be ibm sending Ceo southern company. J. p. morgan chase and company thing. That's terrifying people. These days is

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Chicago Pharmacist Arrested for Selling Vaccination Cards for $10

Wintrust Business Lunch with Steve Bertrand

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Chicago Pharmacist Arrested for Selling Vaccination Cards for $10

"Pharmacist in Chicago has been arrested for selling Covid 19 vaccination cards on eBay 34 year old tank tank. Zhao of Chicago, appeared in federal court today after he was indicted for theft of government property. According to court documents. Zhao sold 125 authentic CDC vaccination cards to 11 different buyers for approximately $10 a card in March and April of this year, he faces a sentence of 10 years in prison for each of the 12 counts against him. Zhao was a licensed pharmacist in Illinois was employed at company won a pharmacy, which distributed and administered Covid 19 vaccines. At its physical locations

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Why Is Race Being Celebrated in the Census?

77WABC Radio

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Why Is Race Being Celebrated in the Census?

"I saw the census numbers came out last week and And the headlines were basically that in 10 years' time the population went from 64%. What do they say? Non? Do they say, non white Hispanic? I forget white is what they're trying to say. To to about 58% slightly under 58% white and this is being celebrated. Why is race one way or another being celebrated? What you're seeing here like it or not, up or down. Is the effect. Of Particularly recent times decades of immigration. And birth rates. And so when you have a society That is fairly young. And you have a lot of new immigrants coming into the country, and that is by policy, both Republican and Democrat administrations. And you don't assimilate people into our culture, and you don't promote patriotism and the founding and so you have a society that's dying. You have a society that are dying? And They said. Now there's 400 plus counties Saturn Majority minority. I said, Why do they keep celebrating this? Because they obvious believe minorities are going to vote Democrat and that seems to be the way it is. And if minorities are going to vote Republican, they would oppose this and we know that I've said that for years, but look at Cuba. That's a perfect example. So it's not just minorities that are coming into the country in droves illegally and legally. Its minorities, who tend to vote. At least relatively historically, Democrat

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Deadly 7.2-Magnitude Quake Strikes Haiti

Ken Broo

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Deadly 7.2-Magnitude Quake Strikes Haiti

"Just cannot get a break. This is the two o'clock report. I'm Sandy Collins, breaking now. The impoverished nation lost hundreds of thousands of people in an earthquake 10 years ago today another quake hitting the island so far, preliminary reports say At least 29 people are dead, more expected. Haitian American groups say they are being flooded with calls for help this after their president was tortured and assassinated last month, and now a tropical storm is bearing down on the island. It appears like it is bad, and when we consider that Haiti was already reeling under the worst political Crisis of its history in recent history, you know that it is really, really, really a bad that is Marlene Basti in she's the executive director of the Family Action Network in South Florida that helps Haitian Americans the epicenter about 78 miles west of the capital. Of Porter Prince, and it was felt widely throughout the Caribbean.

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Three Men Aimed to Exit Afghanistan but Only President Trump Had a Plan

Mark Levin

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Three Men Aimed to Exit Afghanistan but Only President Trump Had a Plan

"Men run for president, all with the same promise that we've got to get out of Afghanistan. One of them as soon as he got into office ignored it like he ignored all the things that he said when he ran for president. That was Barack Obama. He didn't carry the Magi said what he needed to say to get elected. Donald Trump really meant it and put a plan together and it was in the process of rolling out, although part of that plan had to do was sending a message of the Taliban that if they violate any of the conditions of the pullout, we would stay and we would hit them and would strike them hard. You remember last year that's exactly what happened. And then it gets handed over to Joe Biden. And now look where we are. The reason that I laid this out here for you is this We've been there 20 years. Give or take a couple of months. Our Pentagon leadership. The brass, the generals, the admirals. They have been in charge of our military forces on the ground. Your brothers Your father's your uncles, your Children. For 20 years. And maybe it's me and I am looking for your expertise on this. To be fair. I did not serve, but I have many friends who have served. I have many people. Who have been in Afghanistan for multiple tours, who know the people involved. I've been talking to them. And and and coordinating with them all day here, and they will back me up on this notion. We have been there for 20 years. At some point at some point, maybe five years ago, maybe 10 years ago. Maybe 15 years ago. Actually, I would argue at the point that you actually committed our troops to the ground in Afghanistan. The leadership, the military leadership. The national security so called experts should have had A packet of paper. With the exit strategy.

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Census Data Could Make Voting Rights Legislation Even More Important to Democrats

Here and Now

02:15 min | 3 months ago

Census Data Could Make Voting Rights Legislation Even More Important to Democrats

"Move over to the question of the census Now and my I want to ask you About the numbers that came out yesterday. We saw that the U. S population the last decade has become less white has become more diverse, notably and politically important places. Florida, Texas, Nevada, Georgia. Are we seeing up? Purple ink of these places. I don't know what purple and blue makes. But is that happening here? Well, I think it's a purple ng. If you can immediately assume that these populations this growing number of racial minorities are going to vote Democratic, then I suppose that it is Sort of a purple ink. And you also see which is another good sign for Democrats. This rapid growth in big cities over the last 10 years, which have always been democratic domains that Republicans are looking also to cut into. But I think your point is right, especially in the Sun Belt states in these battleground states that Democrats absolutely need if they want to hold the house and expand their majority in the Senate. Thinking about Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Arizona, which isn't quite the sun Belt, but still kind of in that in that range of states that Democrats will I live in Arizona. It's the Sun Belt. I'll say that Yeah, and and, you know, thinking a lot about the deep south as well where Democrats are hoping to make inroads. Of course, there are two big roadblocks to this one. The fact that the GOP controls redistricting in a majority of these battleground states and will be The party that writes these these district lines in the next couple of months here that were most likely to be favorable to them, and also in the sun Belt states. They're starting to pass, especially in Republican controlled state legislatures loss that would limit turnout among a lot of the groups that were saying or that we're seeing. Have grown substantially in population over the last 10 years. Black voters, Latino voters, Asian Americans. These are all demographics that Democrats absolutely need to win in 2022, but the Republicans are certainly they have in their toolbox just a lot more at their disposal To really Make these make this still, um something that would be advantageous to them. Mhm. Margaret. We have

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You Will Be Impacted by Liberal Totalitarianism so Take Action

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 3 months ago

You Will Be Impacted by Liberal Totalitarianism so Take Action

"Way within the next few years. Either you or someone you love is not impacted by liberal totalitarian ism. Their mandates their edicts, the destruction of the country. They're opening of the border there. Cancel culture tactics. They're they're screw too big tech cancel culture tactics. There is no way you or someone near you will not be touched by this. No way. You have no choice in this matter anymore. It is time for action. Action matters. There are no easy answers here. I wish there were believe me. I wish there were I am not again speaking to you with forked tongue either. Damn! What have you done? Fair question. I left my job. I love the job. I was in 10 years ago I walked away. There was never ever any promise of anything, and we almost went bankrupt. That's not a joke. We nearly missed mortgage. I think we did miss mortgage payments. My daughter at the time I remember needed braces. We have any money to do it. I left my job. I decided I was going to run for office. I'd had enough. I did that three times. It didn't work out. That's okay. It's okay. It wasn't meant for me. Sometimes you ask God for an answer, And the answer is no. And that's okay. It eventually led me here almost a decade later. It was a long road. But I promise you I'm not asking you to do something I wouldn't do myself. I asked you to show up at the school board meetings, Town council meetings. I did it myself. The videos out there my own town. You can see it. I'm right there. I don't tell you to do things I don't do myself. But the time for action is now time for talk is over. Talk is great. I hope this motivates you to do something. But as my friend, Jenny says, and I'll say all the time in this show. Ginny Thomas. She's great. She says. You're the leaders we've been waiting for. You don't wait for someone else. Action matters. It's time to do. There's no easy answers. Everyone is going to have to sacrifice a little bit of something in order to get this country back from really the dark path to totalitarianism we're on. Now there's now no longer a doubt. Laugh all you want. We know exactly what you're doing. The

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An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Podcast

01:57 min | 4 months ago

An Interview With Clara Harris, the Woman Who Killed Her Husband

"Clara harris was born in columbia south america. In her twenties she moved to houston texas where she built her own. American dream clara became a successful dentist even won a beauty contest but says her greatest achievement was marrying the love of her life. David harris a charming attractive orthodontist clara and david launched a booming dental practice together. They had beautiful twin boys a gorgeous mansion and what seemed like a loving 10-year-marriage but in an instant clara's fairytale life was shattered. David confessed. He was having an affair with his office. Receptions eight days later. David was dead. Accent and clara was charged with first degree murder. Guilty of myrtle is george jury found her guilty and clara was sentenced to twenty years in prison so for the first time. Clara harris is telling her side of the story. She says it's what the prosecutors and the media did not want you to hear you get to be the judge clara harris vicious murderer or a deceived wife who snapped for the past two years. She's been locked up in maximum security at the mountain view correctional center and gatesville texas. That is where. I went to see her for this one on one interview. Tell me about the day. What was going on in your life when your husband told you that he was having an affair with the funny thing is that he didn't want to tell me they office ladies his office ladies had confronted him they have seen these going on for three months in they had enough. They said we cannot keep working with him. And he's doing this. You know big didn't say the lady that he was. That lady was jailed. Bridges a thirty nine year old divorcee and mother of three gail had recently been hired to work as a receptionist in one of david and clara's into offices

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Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit Over 10 Years

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:51 sec | 4 months ago

Infrastructure Bill Would Add $256 Billion to Deficit Over 10 Years

"Slow down the infrastructure bill Lunch. Jack Callahan, Fox News an attempt in the U. S Senate to end debate and moved to a final vote on the infrastructure package failed last night. There's more potential amendments were introduced. Senate Majority Leader Schumer says they'll be back at it at noon Saturday. Meanwhile, a government agency says the bill will add to the federal deficit the Congressional Budget Office finds on net The bipartisan infrastructure agreement would add 256 building. In dollars and projected deficits over the next 10 years. Negotiators have said the $1.2 trillion measure is fully paid for including through economic expansion from new transportation projects. The CBO projects increased revenues of $50 billion in direct spending cuts of $110 billion, but discretionary spending would increase by more than $400 billion. Jared

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TEST 2 Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem <Advertisement>

Bloomberg Daybreak Europe

03:45 min | 4 months ago

TEST 2 Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem <Advertisement>

"Been able to do without those three minds coming together and solving a problem is one rather than solving it in isolation and jit New Jersey Institute of Technology Learn MORE AT N J I t dot e d u Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg Com on the Bloomberg business APP and at Bloomberg Quick Take This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak Europe. We expect economic activity to accelerate in the second half of this year, you could probably waiting until the autumn for a potential first adjustment. The national approach has been working when it comes to restrictions, the warning that there can't be a national recovery without a London recovery. This relationship between the US and the UK it's strong. It's got very, very deep roots. It'll stay strong. Bloomberg Daybreak Europe on Bloomberg Radio. Good morning from London. I'm Ana Edwards. And I'm Roger hearing in your listening to Daybreak. Europe live on London Digital radio, and we checked the markets for you every 15 minutes here on Bloomberg radio. So let's get straight to that, Shall we? European equity markets, then Roger up by 3/10 of 1%. Not so for the London market fairly flat, actually in London, but elsewhere. We're making some better gains on the major markets to the cat around up by 4/10 of a percent. This after tax up by an eight the first email also up by 2/10 of a percent, and, in fact, the IBEX now joining the footsie and being a little lackluster today, down by 1/10 of a percent over in Madrid, US futures point to something flats are positive up by around an 8% on E Minis, Dow futures and NASDAQ futures pointing higher by around 1/10 of a percent. The S E. Asia Pacific index entirely flat are not giving us a great deal of of momentum as we move into the European session but actually allowing the European session to reflect on to Sort of converging and divergent forces that we have driving things right now. On the one hand, there's a concern around clamp down on so called vice stocks in China that's weighing on the Hong Kong market. There's also concern about the spread of the delta variance in China, and we know the reaction function that that then could prompt from Chinese authorities. So there's concern about growth in China. All of that sounds pretty negative, but that rubs up against what's been a fairly solid earnings season. Four European corporate in a number of European companies upgrading their guidance. And even those in the sectors where they're concerned around Chip supply shortage the messages that they want to be able to produce more so there's a lot of positive narratives coming out of the earnings season. And that seems to be taking the limelight so European equity markets edging higher this morning at the oil price, recovering a little bit from some of its earlier weakness. 70 44 is where we trade on brands up 1/10 of a percent. The U. S 10 year yield. It was down as low as 1.13%, then moved a little higher on some comments that were perceived as a little more hawkish from Clara during the feds were 1 18 on the 10 year yield. Right now, the dollar flat to negative so down by around 10 per cent on the Dollar Index and the Bloomberg Dollar Index the pound little stronger on Bank of England today, Roger Well, speaking of the Bank of England, it is decision day today, and one question will be course which central banks going to be the first to the Taper Trigger? Will Bank of England policymakers seem likely to favour patients? Michael Saunders is set to be perhaps alone dissenting voice. They're calling for an immediate end to the bond buying program. Let's bring ourselves Up to speed because we can go straight to the bank outside the bank. In fact, Bloomberg's UK economy reporter Lizzie Burton joins us now, Lizzie Good morning and thanks for being with us. What are we expecting from the Bank of England today? The drugs are set to dominate. Today. We're expecting a unanimous vote to keep interest rates on hold at North 0.1% and I'm bond buying a 71 split with Michael Saunders. This time, as you say the sole dissenter in favor of ending stimulus early he'll take the hawkish man told that Chief

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Repair Shop (MM #3785)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Repair Shop (MM #3785)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation had a little bit of a crisis last week. My travel laptop had a problem. Wouldn't boot back up, wasn't sure what it was. It's nearly old, couldn't afford to replace it yet, but I took it to another place. I bought it and they said, sorry, we can't help you anymore. It's over 10 years old now and we can't repair it. What should I do this guy down? The street, who may be able to help? Get so hyped down there and amazingly enough he could have repaired it but it would have cost more to repair it than to sell me a refurbished model that was two years newer. So I bought the refurbished model that was two years newer for about four hundred bucks, it was a good deal and back up and running the best part. They just took my hard drive out of the old one, plugged it, into the new one and I was back up and running, but it got me thinking about the repair shop and we just don't have as many of them anymore. Things aren't built to be repaired anymore. They're built to throw away. The new version isn't always as good. It's just new. Luckily, my laptop was spared for the time being and hopefully it'll last a while longer, but that's the sad part about our world right now. It's all about obsolescence. We want to get rid of the old and we'll make you buy new month.

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Repair Shop (MM #3785)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Repair Shop (MM #3785)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation had a little bit of a crisis last week. My travel laptop had a problem. Wouldn't boot back up, wasn't sure what it was. It's nearly old, couldn't afford to replace it yet, but I took it to another place. I bought it and they said, sorry, we can't help you anymore. It's over 10 years old now and we can't repair it. What should I do this guy down? The street, who may be able to help? Get so hyped down there and amazingly enough he could have repaired it but it would have cost more to repair it than to sell me a refurbished model that was two years newer. So I bought the refurbished model that was two years newer for about four hundred bucks, it was a good deal and back up and running the best part. They just took my hard drive out of the old one, plugged it, into the new one and I was back up and running, but it got me thinking about the repair shop and we just don't have as many of them anymore. Things aren't built to be repaired anymore. They're built to throw away. The new version isn't always as good. It's just new. Luckily, my laptop was spared for the time being and hopefully it'll last a while longer, but that's the sad part about our world right now. It's all about obsolescence. We want to get rid of the old and we'll make you buy new month.

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Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars

61 Minutes

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Perseverance Rover, Ingenuity Helicopter, and the Search for Ancient Life on Mars

"On April 6th in this desolate Martian crater 170 million miles from Earth. Perseverance posed for a selfie with ingenuity. The little helicopter it had just dropped off. Two weeks later. The rovers cameras recorded ingenuity is historic First flight hovering 10 ft. Off the ground for 30 seconds. It may not look like much, but for those who work so long to make it happen. It was a reason to rejoice. Project manager Mimi on led the team at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California that's been working on ingenuity for six years. How hard is it to fly a helicopter in Mars? Very, very, very hard. We really truly started with the question of is it possible? A lot of people thought it could not be done because it's really counterintuitive. I mean, you need atmosphere for the place to push atmosphere to get lived. The atmosphere on Morris is completely different than the world atmosphere at Mars is so thin. I mean the room we're in, right. It's compared to that It was 1% of the atmospheric density over there, so The question of really Can you generate enough lift, you know, to really build to lift up anything. That was a fundamental question. In subsequent flights. Ingenuity has gone higher and farther, traveling more than a mile in all over the surface of Mars. It is a triumph not only for NASA, but for its partners in the private sector, who helped make various parts of the helicopter. Don't Let it go. Don't freak out. Matt Keenan has a history of making unusual things that can fly as an engineer at a company called AeroVironment, which produces drones for military and civilian use. I mean, that's incredible 10 years ago for a military research project, Keenan and his team created this robotic hummingbird, which has a tiny camera on board. Whoa! Oh, there it is. Oh, my God. That's amazing. Keenan, an engineer, Ben Pipe Enberg led the AeroVironment team that created ingenuity is rotors motors and landing gear. Why was this so challenging because it has to be a spacecraft as well as an aircraft. And and flying it as as an aircraft on Mars is pretty challenging because of the density of the air That's similar to about 100,000

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"last 10 years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:27 min | 5 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Shot within the last 10 years, chickenpox. Required tuberculosis screening required only not the covid vaccine. How does this make sense? Well. You know, one might think that the Santas and he's not alone in this, uh, playing a little bit of populist politics, uh, and playing a little bit to the crowd, But of course, you know, and he understands. That you know, Cruise the cruise line, and the cruise companies is very important for them to know the vaccination status of people getting on board. The cruise is and of course, they had a confrontation where they suggest that they would have to move their ports to other states. If If the Santas didn't, uh, didn't find a way to come along it. So you know the Santas in that instance trying to find a way to look like he wasn't compromising because he loves Um, to kind of, um Talk about. I think he would think the latest statement he made was that he's for freedom that Fauci is, Um, even though of course for autism is what got him. Uh, the vaccines in the first place, so You know, there's been a little bit of a temptation for folks to play politics, uh, with this and and rather than simply kind of talk to people from a public health standpoint about what? What matters. Related. I don't know if you deal with this in the book. But when Biden came into office and vaccine resistance, was starting to bloom among Trump supporters. I wondered why by didn't abundant embrace and even celebrate trump out loud Just on this. Like I disagree with trump on so many fundamental things about our country, But we thank him for launching operation Warp speed and helping get us to this place so quickly. Now I'm going to pick up that mantle and run the implementation. And, you know, identified the vaccines with Trump to his covid disbelieving supporters. Did you and he ever consider doing that? Well when we came in recall that that the vaccine acceptance rate was about 40% And, of course, now of adult and of course, now we're close to 70% of adults. Uh, what we learned when we looked at the data was that endorsement by a politician really doesn't matter whether it's a Republican or a Democrat. The people that were Fed's actually thought that the vaccines were too politicized. And so, um, the the idea that a politician would come out and say get vaccinated doesn't move the needle as much as people might might think it does. What people What people want to hear from is actually their local doctors and the local pharmacies. Well, our distrusting of government of politicians of pharmaceutical companies, but they really believe that if their doctor or other people they trust locally, tell them that that kind of thing will will influence them more. And so, you know, I think that the president Biden showed quite a bit of restraint. And not tagging President Trump with a lot of the misdeeds that caused us to be here, But one thing we had to do was we inherited Um, no vaccine supply when we got there in January, 20th and of course, President Trump had promised that by the end of January, 100 million people would be vaccinated and we were so far from that. That we had to To do our best to level set with the public that we were starting much further behind than the Trump administration had promised. Listeners. If you're just joining us, My guest is Andy Slavitt, who until this month was senior adviser to President Biden on Covid. He ran the Medicare and Medicaid systems for a while under President Obama. He's got a new book called Preventable. We Can Take Phone Calls for for Andy Slavitt on anything related 646435 70 to 86 46435 70 to 80 or tweet a question for Andy Slavitt at Brian there And your book is called Preventable. We've now lost more than 600,000 Americans to Covid 19. It's amazing to me have that last 100,000 completely dropped out of the news. It was such a Big thing when we hit 500,000, but with vaccines, um, dominating the media landscape, we've lost another 100,000. People with Barely a notice If the US had done everything right Once the virus reached our shores, how much lower could that number have been in your opinion? Well, of course, it's impossible to do everything right, and we had to make allowances for the fact that you know it was. It was a novel virus. And we had you know the fog of war. People are making decisions. Uh and there's but if we would have made simply what I would consider that to be honest mistakes, in other words, if we would have leveled with the public told them the truth. Follow the science not politicized this, we would have probably looked more like Germany. Um Where the per capita death rate in Germany was about 70 to 80% lower than the U. S. And Germany was really kind of more middle of the road. So you know, that would have been, you know, get a call it 400,000 lives saved. And a lot of lot of them were some simple things when Trump when Trump knew That we had a pandemic coming here in January, If he would have simply said Hey, folks, prepare yourself. We have a problem. We have a challenge. Uh, Had folks would have taken people would have taken precautions. He didn't and in fact time dragged on and he went to bed every night knowing this, and it wasn't until the N B. A Uh, went out and then the stock market tumbled. It was mid march that he was forced to even acknowledged the pandemic. Until then, he kept saying it will go away. It's nothing So you know that alone is probably responsible for a great number of people who lost their lives because we just simply won't We're prepared and we're told to the contrary. The press release for your book says it was written in the tradition of the big short, which I'll remind people was the Michael Lewis book and then a movie about the financial crisis of 2000 and eight caused by the Wall Street driven housing bubble. What's the parallel between the big, short and Covid? Well, the book is really, um, character driven. Um, uh, book about my experiences over the.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:29 min | 7 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Rick till eight two hundred chicken wings at your mama's house last night now back to fat boy. I don't know about that but anyway. Welcome back to the show. Rick tuttle with you coast to coast and around the world on the american forces. Radio network you may be a part of the equation if you so desire at One eight hundred eight seven play one eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. The email addresses rick at sports. Byline dot com. He can always go there. Also on twitch as well back on the stream after fourteen months because there's nothing like watching a guy wearing reading glasses Talk about sports. I know that's my dream. We'll get Trevor sycamore on the show when we get them then we'll throw them on the air but the situation in green bay it was there a sp- a brighter spotlight on any other team. Not because of the draft picks just because of that cloud that was hovering over. Aaron rodgers desire to leave town and then you think about the gm. Brian go to kunst good art. Could he have had a more crucial draft before we get into all that this all started with the jordan love pick and i said before there are jordan loves in every draft. There's gonna be that guy who's pretty intriguing. And you'd probably say that trae lance was the jordan. Love of this draft. Didn't play against competition. How is he is he. Good as he not. Good that type of thing. We'll get into that in a second but we do have trevor cinema with us now senior. Nfl reporter with the draft network and co host of the locked on nfl draft. Podcast as well trevor. Welcome to the show Indulge me if you may let's start off with my rate is and It seems that mike mayock Just he's he doesn't care what the other thirty one teams do doesn't care what Scouting services do hill fall in love with a guy and he doesn't really understand draft capital and perceived value. He'll just go ahead and take reach. And i have nothing against alex leatherwood but for a guy that they probably could have gotten in the second round They've taken at seventeen when there were other bigger names on the board. What would you first of all say your assessment of Alex leatherwood tackle out of alabama. At seventeen you know outside of would gives you high ceiling. And i think that's what's to be the most alluring part of hammy. The former five star recruit has played a lot of different positions on the offensive line. Played right guard. He's played right tackle. He's played left tackle. And so he gives you a lot of versatility. He's a really athletic offense of lime and they just don't make them at that as letter it is. That's why you have such a high recruiting rating but with him bouncing around at a couple of different spots alabama. He really didn't have the chance to master any of those spots so he comes into the nfl little rock you only. He'll go back to right. Tackle he's played a before. And that's okay. But the raiders are starting in week one at right tackle. I think that He's going to get as close a little bit. It's going to be a little bit of a learning curve. A learning lesson for him in his first year you like it But like you said there. There were other offensive line off the board. I look at evan. Jenkins kevin jenkins was the offensive linemen that everyone continue to monitor the the las vegas raiders because it makes so much sense. You've got two years into starter. At oklahoma state is tape was dominating was a great finisher. He was of often and get bigger. Degroot was going absolutely love in here. They are and i. Guess the raiders you said. Hey he doesn't he doesn't play a big enough program because that's that's certainly what their mo is right now. The raiders are only picking guys in the top who played it big programs who may have had a lot of experience in senior players been captains leader team. And i get it. These are all really nice intangibles to have but it you ask me. The problem with the raiders draft process that they value those things. It's that they have those things as their main components of wider draft. The player those need to be x factor. Those need to be what puts you over the top. And i just feel like. That's not. What the raiders are doing. They're emphasizing coming from their big bigger programs. Having a lot of experience being an upperclassman being potential team tappan that is going above things like players who straight up have better tape. And i think that that's the biggest problem right now. With the raiders. Look at the last three drafts. Under mike nock is. They're not prioritizing the right thing to things that they look for their great and they matter but the tape matters more. That's that's what worries me the most about right now in control. We'd be las vegas raiders. No doubt about jenkins darah saw. Was there as well and You're right mayock. Love guys. Who win outlandish. When you look at cleveland farrell as well that to me the the worst of all so far was the damon arm. Our net picked Well i can get into that another time as i trashed the raiders. But they did end up with. Trevor may ring that to me save their draft and if you had flip flopped leatherwood and i wouldn't be saying peop- right now but what do you think just real quick about the rest of the bunch and i'm not gonna hold their feet to the fire and the later rounds but malcolm kunz divine diablo. Tyree gillespie nate. Hobbs jimmy morrissey any of those names intrigue you when i look at the raiders drop. I mean there's no doubt about it on marriage the best pick their e. He makes the most sense. I think he's going to have the biggest impact it. It was puzzling to me the rest of the players. They drafted because like divine the oslo. Like he's he's like he's a good safety piece but they they literally just won one round before they've already got johnny ramone the team. They signed carl joseph. They've got you as well and so it's like okay. You dropped another state. don't really understand. That probably could've addressed in somewhere else. And they go out in the fourth draft another sixty entire gillespie and. I think that these are good football players. But i don't really know how they get the raiders home you know. I don't know how much they do for you here because even if you're playing big nickel packages even if you have three safeties in there who's not playing which guy or are you given up on giving up on rooms after three years. Are you giving up on one of these free agents. You gave money to i i. It's just very confusing to me. The way that they drafted there. I thought the cocoons coons was very overdrafted in third round. Certainly they needed an edge rusher. But i was pretty shocked for him to be their choice there in the third round. And you know. They're other guys nate. Hobbs to more see you know. They're solid players but their fifth seventh round pick. So you're not sure how much you're getting from them anyways. It was just a strange draft. And i feel like we say that. Every year with the raiders and either one day. It's all gonna snap into place and it's all going to come down the pipe and they're gonna go see. I told you so where it's gonna crash and burn radi soon here and so i again. This is another draft class. Where i didn't find the player selected. But why were they select individually. I like their talent. But i didn't understand why they were on the same draft class especially for this team. So that's a big reason. Why i'm scratching my head.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:15 min | 10 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Did you know that 65% of the people murdered in the last 10 years were killed by hand guard? Would it make you feel any better little girl if they was pushed out of windows? Archie Bunker on the family. I hate to tell you, David and I and I think my cue we grew up on that. We used to watch that and we laughed. You couldn't have that show on today, if you know, like, wouldn't last five minutes, But you know what they have they have Ah, new cartoon. That's the devil. Mm. I think it's called the devil. Beware the devil be the devil something I was, but it's a cartoon that the devil is the main character. It's just bizarre. They have all these crazy shows that air perverted And yet we couldn't pull any minute. Yeah, I don't even Can you even see reruns of Archie Bunker on television? I'll bet there's no bold enough. You probably can't. But you know what The thing is. They also have a show called Lucifer. And in this show, I've watched maybe a half an episode Lucifer comes to Earth is his board being in hell, and he uses his evil for good. Oh, yes, of course, because that's what he does. Wait. I got it. I got you. I got to go into the next year reached pleasant he does. He's like a policeman. Believe it or not, He's like a detective or something. Platelet 14. And you don't walk away feeling something. You are a sociopath. From this point forward. They are the party that champions anti democratic values. They are the party that champions the silencing of the boats of people of color in this country. They're the party that champions of violence and insurrection and domestic terrorism. The Republican Party If they allow this to happen, and allow no consequences to befall the person who led the charge and literally instructed people to commit violence and mayhem on our capital. If they allow that to happen. The Republic Party is basically a domestic terrorist cell at this point, and they should be treated as such The idea that this party that spent year after year issuing subpoenas holding depositions holding hearings select committees had Hillary Clinton in front of the Benghazi Committee for more than 10 hours of testimony that Republican Party Can't even be bothered to show up and listen to the presentation of these impeachment managers is a betrayal of justice is a betrayal of everything that this party professed one stand for, and we should never forget that and never let him off the hook for that. This liar this later listen to what he's actually referring to is at least a dozen Republicans. Senators walked out of the impeachment trial as representative Jamie Raskin, Democrat of Maryland, tried to argue that years of Trump rallies were in excitement, toe violence, But wait, wait, because you know what? It wasn't Trump No. You see at M s NBC or CNN or any of these other places? Well, this one, particularly on China's new network, or I should say China's now network. Don Lemon blames. You're not gonna believe who he blames. Listen to click. 10. Reagan was not perfect. Reagan was hurt from when he gave us one of the biggest deficits we've ever seen. Absolutely fed the divide. They hold him up as a gold standard. But I'm saying compared to these pics. Hold on. When you look at what he actually accomplished. He didn't. He was horrible when it came to to racial issues. He was horrible When it came to the AIDS crisis. He was horrible. When it came to uniting the country didn't unite the country. He was a divider, and so they hold him up as a gold standard. But S O open. I just think it's degrees, But I think the Republicans do please matter moving in this direction forever again. They are the party of everything that they're trying to pretend that they're not not saying the people in the capital. That's not us. Yes, it is. You The people who are in Charlottesville. That's not us. Yes, it is You. Those people are not marching for Democrats in this whole weird thing that they keep saying, Well, what about the riots and the demonstration that happened this summer? Wait a minute. Look, it was it was Reagan's fault. And it was perpetuated by everybody who believes in traditional American beliefs, Guys now you know what I lived through Reagan. And I know during the whole time he was in he was trying to cut spending, but Democrats controlled Congress and they wouldn't do it. Congress controls the purse. They spend the money. If there was big deficits during Reagan, it was the Democrats who did it. 00 Mike, You know, you just need some sensitivity training, David. I just For some reason, I was trying to find the name of that devil cartoon. And what pops up is seven. Most traumatizing times. Satan appeared in cartoons. Oh, it's like and I'm looking at it. It's like, Oh, my gosh, This is pretty scary. Can you imagine little kids watching this stuff? And if you can't hear a thing, here's the thing. What they've got to do is they've got to get them aggravated to the devil. They gotta get comfortable with the devil. And speaking of the devil. Let's play the next Don lemon clip. Good 11. That's apples and oranges. First of all the demonstrations. The protests were for something that's real. She was making a policy. It was for inequality. It was for police brutality. Those were all those things. It was, it was people who were rising up for their rights. What happened in the capital was built on a lie. Those riots that happened this summer where people who are capitalizing on the people who are out there who were fighting for things that were real. It's awful that you had those things. But guess what. Those people were not marching because Joe Biden or any other Democratic presidential candidate told them to go there and march and told him Hey, we're gonna go take up Portland. We're going to go to him. That's all true. Nobody did that. And so for them to compare the two is being asked. Oh, Bolshevik Bolshevik stuff. Now listen. Rana McDaniel former. I think she's still the chair of the RNC, Right? She's talking about. Well, yeah, I think she is. Cliff 16, please. You are in sea Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel Joining us, Rana looks like they're going to resume this trial and just moments if we could just get your thoughts. I think it was interesting with Byron York Washington Examiner said this morning. What's really important is the meaning of the word fight. How do you fight? Fight? Fight?.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:09 min | 10 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The Friday News round up on one A. We're hearing from Nancy Yusef from the Wall Street Journal. Joyce Carol, Washington correspondent for the National and Indira Lakshmanan, senior executive editor at National Geographic. In Myanmar Police have now filed several charges against the country's elected civilian leader on Song Souci. This follows the military coup on Monday. The exact whereabouts of the Nobel Peace Prize winner remain unclear. She has not been seen nor has the country's president since the military seized power. Indira. There has long been tension between the military and the government. Talk to me about the timing. Why did the army choose this moment to do this? Yeah, well, um as the listeners to this show, or where, in November, just a couple months ago on Sun Suit, Cheese National League for Democracy and L D, the main opposition party won more than 77%. Of the seats in parliament in what international observers were calling the country's first free and fair election. Well, first in 2010. That was the first free and fair election in 25 years. Now, 10 years later, they want an even bigger amount of support, which was there for giving on San Souci in a way Backing and a mandate for the kinds of reforms and lessening of the military's role that she has been pushing for cause. Remember in these last 10 years suit she has You know, sort of been running the country, but not really. She's been a state councilor alongside the Myanmar military, which has maintained significant power. In some ways, you know, she has really tainted her reputation in the eyes of the world. As you mentioned she was a Nobel Peace Prize winner for her very brave and determined willingness to be in her home country. When she could have been sitting pretty and safely in Britain. She had a British husband and kids, but instead, she came back to her home country and endured Many, many years of house arrest in her fight for democracy. But in the last few years she's tainted that reputation by supporting the Myanmar military not only at home but in international courts in what most of the world considers to be a genocide of the Muslim Rohingya minority People in me and Mar Bond. She went along with it and basically endorsed it and said it was not a genocide campaign. But I think the spark for this at this point was that the military didn't want her to have this mandate to roll back their power, Limited and move Maurine the direction of parliamentary democracy. And they've arrested her. They've charged her with some pretty thin charges about you know, Importing some walkie talkies on day have absolutely no proof that the November elections were falsified and fraudulent, which is what they've been claiming, and U. S. Officials have now weighed in late On Thursday, President Biden made his first public remarks on the military takeover. And he called out those in power just to note U. S official policy is to use the country's former name of Burma. They say that they use Myanmar as a courtesy in certain communications. But here's what President Biden said the Burmese military should relinquish power they have seized Release the advocates and activist and officials they have detained, lift the restrictions on telecommunications and refrain from violence. Nancy President Biden also threatened new sanctions. We know the United Nations has also condemned the coup. What's the latest that we know about what exactly is unfolding on the ground in Myanmar? And what happens next? So let's start with on the ground. We've seen that the government is blocked Facebook after residents there started posting photos of people banging pots and pans and support of on sushi on Santucci of people hold up three fingers, Hunger games reference, signaling resistance. And it's a big deal there because Facebook is used by half the population is the most dominant social media platform. And, of course, um, it's signals and effort to suppress any protest. This is Relatively, Um uh On the streets of Milan, where we haven't seen protests. I think the way that some would expect out of fear and this was sort of the first step towards speaking out and the military controlled government shut that down immediately. You mentioned sanctions earlier in the world response. What's been interesting as we've seen sort of two tranches of responses. If you will, from the U. S and the EU and France. We've seen a demand that that the On song She she and her colleagues be released. But we've seen from other countries in the region in particular, stop short of that and say that they want the Sustainment of sort of a democratic system in Myanmar. The most. I think important response comes from Japan because they have close ties with Myanmar, and in the last years, Japanese businesses have expanded their investment there. We saw protests in Tokyo in response to what happened. They're calling for their government to do more, but from the government's perspective, they see sanctions as something that could push me and mark closer to China. And what was interesting is the top government spokesman there sidestepped that question about whether they Japanese government would support sanctions. And so I think Japan will be the leader in terms of setting the world reactions. Response. In Myanmar specifically whether sanctions are effective. And, uh, um, effective response or not, and remind our listeners that saying passed sanctions were against the very military commanders who who launched this coup so that certainly as a data point, an indicator of How effective they could be well. Meanwhile, a crackdown in Russia has also caught the world's attention. Street protests last weekend led to more than 5000 people being arrested on Tuesday, Another 1400 people were detained for supporting jailed opposition leader Alexei Navalny. America's new Secretary of state, Tony Blinken, was asked earlier this week to respond to allegations made by the Kremlin of quote unquote gross interference by the United States. Here's what he told NBC's Andrea Mitchell. The Russian government makes a big mistake. If it believes that this is about us, it's not. It's about them. It's about the government. It's about the frustration. That the Russian people have with corruption with kleptocracy should the U. S sanction the backers of Vladimir Putin as punishment for what has already happened to the volley. Actually, we're revealing a serious of Russian actions that are deeply deeply disturbing, Nancy. We know President Biden had his first phone call with Putin last week. We know he's taken a tougher stance. You hear Blinken saying they're reviewing all of these actions. How much pressure can the U s exert right now? Well, that's an interesting question, because, um, technically, we could see more sanctions on on Russian response to this. Um, but the balance I think is on one hand supporting democratic exercises of speech and other processes happening in Russia. At the same time, you'll hear Russians exploit that and say, and call Navalny, a Russian agent in their push to signal to their population that Navalny does not speak for for the Russian people. And so I think that's the sort of fine line that the U. S will find itself. Trying to walk. I think in the most in the more immediate period, we could see more sanctions, but again are those effective and stopping what Russia seizes as one of the biggest threats to Putin's Putin's tenure. Reminder. We are speaking with Nancy Yusef from the Wall Street Journal. Joyce Karen, Washington correspondent for the National, and Indira Lakshmanan, senior executive editor at National Geographic, while another piece of news from Russia that gave some reason to pause last year, Russia was the first to claim It had come up with a covert 19 vaccine this week. Results published by The Lancet in the UK said that the Sputnik five vaccine gives around 92% protection against covert 19. We've pulled this clip from August of last year. That just gives you an idea of how quickly Russia moved on developing a vaccine. CNN spoke then to cure. Oh, the Mitri a view was chief executive officer of the Russian Direct Investment Fund, which backed Sputnik fives, development. I've given it, Toto off my 74 year old parents. So time will tell. If it doesn't work. You'll be building a major embarrassment. Flower tells ministry lots of people jobs will build the line and you have to understand. How do you get the bureaucrats in the health Ministry to approve something like this? Unless the science is really solid unless the tracker profound platform is very solid. Choice. You heard him say,.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:48 min | 10 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The house, and I'm taking it to the rank, buoyed by Donna, which puts the Jazz up by 20. What? 11 91 Rick Carl out Lock on jazz Radio Utah A wire to wire 1 16 1 of four win over the Mavericks. That's a 10 game win streak and they got there. Without Donovan Mitchell, who's now in concussion protocol. Red Eagle Bear stepped up 29 points and 20 boards say Tobias Harris jumper with three seconds left, got the Sixers past the Lakers. One of 7106 It's Ella's first road loss of the season. Milwaukee one in Toronto. 1 15 1 await the Nets outscored the Hawks 1 30 to 1 28 n OT in Atlanta. Spurs fought off the Celtics won 10 when I was six, and the Nuggets storm through Miami, 109 82 Denver led by 25 at halftime. The Heat are now two and seven, while Jimmy Butler's been in covert protocols, but he could be back for their next game. NBA All Star voting begins at noon Eastern today, even though technically we don't have an All Star game just yet. League in Union. So the study of the have one on March 7th most likely in Atlanta College poop second ranked Baylor destroyed Kay stayed 107 59 number. 14 was constant held off Maryland 61 55 number 17 Creighton rallied for an 85 81 would add seat the hall. The Blue Jays were down 16. Mid second half Northwestern football Assigned Path, which general to a new 10 year contract through 2030. Former Yankee Ready, Masahiro Tanaka officially signs with the racket 10 Eagles back in need of Japan, the team you played for before coming to the Yankees and the Blue Jay send three pitching prospects to the Mets for lefty Steven Matz and on ice last night, Nashville top Chicago to one and a shootout. The Canucks beat the senator's 51. Then in the afternoon, Penguins GM Jim Rutherford abruptly resigned for personal reasons. Ta back to you. Do you groaning about over there? Big guy. I just have the support of the Yankees didn't bring back Tanaka. I really am. He is probably my favorite Yankee to have never won a World Series ever. And I really wanted him to be a part of it when they finally won a World Series. Really? Yeah. I love Masahiro tonight. Like love the man so much. I'd like such a gamer Guddi pitcher. I'm obsessed with Tanaka. He's gonna be one. I fear Yankees of all time when I'm all dead and buried. I'm obsessed with Tanaka said No one Besides more as ever, this baby his wife is about love was a game. Maybe you're obsessed. You're obsessed with Masahiro Tanaka. I have I have to Tanaka jerseys and Tanaka jerseys like literally been my favorite Yankee the last 10 years. Amazing, amazing, and that is baseball. Jersey, says Tanaka doesn't understand the joke. You're going with us, it says. It's not a joke. It's just the judgment. Yes. Yeah, Yankee Jersey should not have last names on them. So will you be watching racket? 10 Eagles games? I mean, I'd like to say I would be put 5 A.m.. You know what? Actually, we're doing a show Life. That's not a It's not tough. Let's get the Japanese baseball package. It's bringing in fun factor that must hear talk of the first time of the Yankees. He made the Yankees fly his pink poodle over to be part of the contract signing big into his pink poodle. Really? How about that? I could write a top. I can't read a book, but I could write it. Tanaka book. You know that pink poodle would have fitted perfectly realize third birthday. Seriously. You know what I should have called Tanaka is people to bring the dogs, right? That was a bad job for me. Not in fighting. He would have loved the pulpit, Gina or she? Of course, you could have closed the deal. Why do you think the Yankees didn't want to re sign him? I My guess is they feel like he's getting older. He had a little bit office splitter and fast ball last year, he to remember that first year he like partially towards UCL, and he never got the surgery. Everybody said you have to get the surgery after surgery. I think every year, although he's really got it out and gave that bitch a good pitcher. I think it's still been that hold your breath waiting game. I just think the Yankees you have a lot of young pitchers, although they did bring in Cory Clubber, so I really don't know where they're going with this. I guess it was just time. Honestly, I still if I was the general manager would find a way found a way to bring him back even on a one year deal. So suffice to say that the Yankees aren't as obsessed with Tanaka as you clearly not on Hey, would have been my top priority this offseason if I was the general manager, overly Mayhew, I'm telling you I could just imagine you like to Stan's running into Steinbrenner's office. Build the franchise around Tanaka. You have to build around Tanaka. He was the perfect second pitcher. I love the guy. Am I not allowed to love a man? I love the main When we return here on the show, Big Ben Roethlisberger is still in Pittsburgh and home watching the Super Bowl. Libyan Belen Antonio Brown shot the rate of town and are playing in this game. Do we think that Big Ben is bitter?.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:47 min | 11 months ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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So here we are, with solutions that we call the Triple Crown solution. One of the jewels for that is what we call personal pension plan. We have several versions. Of personal pension plans, depending on what your objective is whether your objective is income or its legacy plan, or it's just flat accumulation where you want completely acquitted me to your money, but you wanted to grow safely. You don't want to pay fees. And you want to have some of the benefits that we talk about here in terms of principal protection so that your money is locked in and lock down every year there where you can't lose your principal and can't lose your interest. We have those arrows in our quiver and we, you know they go by certain different names, and they're not. You know the weather, not one is appropriate or more than one is appropriate for you. The only way to find out is to get educated. Get your questions answered. And for us to maybe understand what your objectives are, but it starts really simply with a phone call or text message. So if you just give us a call today, Or text us will start getting that information in your hands so that you can digest it so that you can do your own due diligence and so that you can develop you know your own opinions on whether or not these things are right for you. The number to call or detects is 1866544 77 55 to get your free wrapped strategy savings plan. Call or text in your name, email and zip code 2866 by 447755. Just call or text and provide your name. Email and zip code. 2866544 77 55 Days a zoo. You were talking about the personal pension plans. I was reflecting back at what? The conversation with one of our clients and he he wanted these illustrations and and the illustrations offered defaults back to the last 10 year growth, for example, and and it does show like Hello, 10 year period in the last 20 years and so forth, he says. I want to know what the worst 10 year period and that's really a great point. I thought it was a really great question because the illustrations will show you actually we can show you what's the worst period. Well, what's the worst case scenario? What's the What's the best case scenario? And what is the average got kind of case scenario, Right? Exactly. And so you kinda have to dig into the information a little bit to have to find that sometimes, but one thing that I noticed that I was doing this Alan Anil Anil ization. I said, You know what happened over the past 20 years? What if I had $100,000 in a 1st 10 year period of time? What would it have turned into if I just put it into the S and P and let it basically get, you know, ride the market and down and the first time And this is called the last decade because by the end of that 10 year period of time, it was only $91,000. Okay, so it actually went down the worst. I know that was not what the actual returns was of the SNP 100. $1000 Yes. And then the 91,000 then turned into 2 24 the next 10 year period of time. This is the actual SNP returns $100,000 turning into 2 24 over a 20 year period of time. But then I thought to myself well, what if we take all those downturn years and turns them into zeros instead now used the $100,000 turning into $232,000 in that 1st 10 years period of time, Even in the worst decade, it's 232,232% participation right? David, the tutor and 32% growth. Is what I'm saying. And the next 10 years. The growth was 265% in that same scenario, so really because of the principal protection The difference between a bad 10 year period of time, and a good 10 year period of time is a very small margin. It's close. It's amazing when you see what the accounts do, because the principal protection I mean, yeah, you might have bad year that have really bad. Downturns like 10 2030% downturns. Well, you're gonna get a zero sad in this year's I think. Are you really saying here is is that even in the worst case scenario, Okay. We're still doing almost a swell as if it had been the best case exactly right, because we're protected from the downside on the losses. And this is true of all the platforms of what we do here at Heroes Talk radio. So whether it be the personal pension plans if you have IRA for one k 403 b tsp planning kind that you want. You know, role that into an IRA or rock irate that are under the parameters of the personal pension plans. Then we can show you that and identifying and create an illustration for you if you have money outside of your IRA, and you say, Hey, you know, I don't I want to protect that. I want to look a text free and save on taxes so that we can have a tax free source of income. We can show you the raft strategy. If you just have an Iranian, you say, you know what? I'm it's now It's I'm in. I'm in the deep cumulation stage of my off my account, and I'm taking out our MD's where I'm taking distributions from it. How do I do so in such a way that I minimized? Or maybe even altogether? Eliminate taxes from that? Then you're gonna look at the triple a process in order to do that? It's all explained, and book in the illustrations. Even on our West side. We do cover some of the features of it. So we'd like to get your questions answered. Get you the book and get you the illustrations so that you can see for yourself. There are things out there different and there are things out there. Perhaps better than what you're doing right now. Give us a caller Texas at 1866544. 77 55 to get your free wrap strategy, Dave explain. Call or text in your name, email and zip code 28665447755 Just call or text and provide your name. Email and zip code 286654477 55. So I talked a little bit about Aristotle earlier learned. We talked about ethos. Okay. And.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Like every guard from Kentucky, that every player from Kentucky that's come into the league in the last 10 years has been great. Except for the one the Bulls ended up but you don't like what the hell? How does that happen? I mean, you're right. Do you go back? Do you go back and start? Plucking another branch off that tree. I don't know what you office Shannon. Sure. I don't know. Kyle Shanahan Tree Or maybe that's a good point. You bring the old man in Oh, God. I mean, we're making fun of LaRussa managing at 76. I mean, how old Mike Mike's got to be seven years bringing him in the coach here, bringing him the problem You're saying I got? I don't know. I mean, you watch them, and it's just you get a sick feeling in the pit of your stomach. It's a simple is that it's a bear's Monday and you are welcome to join us. You're welcome to vent. How do you think this gets fixed? I don't I don't see a very clear path. Here. The league is pretty topsy turvy. The Bears because they were five and one by some act of God could still make the playoffs probably will, but they're not favored again. They're an underdog at home again in weekend going into thereby against the Viking their next three games by the way. Are against the division 31 soup. Did you say how to fix it this year? How do we fix this year? Your offensive line can be fixed this year. Their offensive line can be fixed. Your offense can't be fixed. I can't see this offense getting better, even if they were healthier on the offensive line. I'm not sure they'd be any better. 3123323776. That's the number where you would start high. You'd fix it. Is there any hope and the one thing that we keep talking about his mad Maggie surrendering playcalling duties with that even matter at this point, and do you want to see it happen just to see 3123323776 lots of great sound some fun stuff, some aggravating stuff to recap from the Bears game. Obviously, we'll talk about it all will be right back. You were listeningto Carmen in Yuriko on ESPN, 2000 over.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Treat yourself to a Starbucks refreshers beverage at Starbucks in target. Vice President Mike Pence says the U. S added more than seven million jobs in the past three years. Speaking at an event in Wisconsin, he says wages have been rising at the fastest pace in the last 10 years, especially for blue collar workers. Pence added. Wisconsin has already recovered half of the jobs that lost due to the Corona virus pandemic, and it's on its way back. A trip from San Francisco to Hawaii will soon come with the option of a rapid Corona virus test. United Airlines is offering that option's starting October 15th travelers looking to enjoy an island getaway, Khun take the 15 minute rapid tests at the airport. Another option is a male in test that United recommends taking at least 10. Days before heading West Hollywood's top stars are working with Viacom CBS to bring diverse stories to their platform. Nika Maga has, says Maur, the company's entertainment and youth group, announced the first time directors program in partnership with Angela Bassett, Courtney B. Vance, Idris Elba, Salma Hayek. Schober, Jonas, John Leguizamo, Eva Longoria and the respective production companies. The deal calls for 50 made for TV movies that will premiere on MTV, Paramount Network and Comedy Central, all headed by by pop filmmakers and female directors, his NBC News radio Tesla's CEO Elon Musk has announced. The electric automaker is working on a battery that will cost less and take vehicles further, Musk says. Within three years, Tesla will produce a battery that costs half a cz much and will extend the Distance. It's vehicles are able to travel on a single charge. Elon Musk predicted..

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"last 10 years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And every week any great question a question we love. We answered right here on the show and help with with questions today we have our man in the studio, Mr Dan Irving. Mr Damn good to have you today, My man. Hello, Ryan and Bob. We got some great questions in the mailbag today. Our first question is from Ruth in Roslyn, New York, Ruth says Bob. The market cap of the NASDAQ has now topped the entire GDP of the European Union and the sixth biggest stocks are now valued at $6.9 trillion. Which is more than double the size of Germany's economy. It seems to me we're in a huge bubble in stocks. Is it time to go to cash? Well, you know what? That's a great question, Ruth because when you look at the NASDAQ, which is only one index right, you have the Dow Jones Industrial Average. The Russell 3000 and 3000. Yeah. The Dow Jones industrial average. It's not the entire market. So yeah, that the five stocks in the NASDAQ that are the best performers over the last 10 years certainly do look a little pricey. It should never be a reason. You know why you want to get rid of all your investments because five stocks are doing well, Airai. How many stocks Khun Ruth invest in if she just looks away from the NASDAQ. I don't know, maybe 10,000 globally, Bob, But I think the other thing to mention here too. It's really important if you buy something like the S and P 500. Well, that sounds like a lot of stocks. The problem is Those big tech stocks account for if you count Netflix, and they're like 25% of the entire index, So you think you're buying diversification, But you're really not your only buying a handful of stocks because it's what we call capitalization waited, and that's why it's so important right now about to diversify your money globally. You know, I I don't know about you. But if I'm a gambling type of person, and I'm going to try and bet on having the best stock in my portfolio over the next 10 years Really? I'm just going to buy 100 stocks in the NASDAQ. I'm going to buy the 10,000 publicly traded companies that I can buy around the world. I think I have a better chance of having all the winners. If I do it that way, versus gambling on a handful of stocks. Thank you. Ruth for writing in our next question is from Nelson in Red Bank, New Jersey, Nelson says Ryan Some people love it, But I can't stand working from home and I'd like to go ahead and retire. I'll be 62 in a few months so I could start Social Security. Then would I be safe to retire at that point? Well, Nelson, maybe maybe not this So without knowing all your information. Obviously, I can't really tell you for sure, but I think this is what speaks to what we talked about. Earlier in the show today, Bob And that's let's run the numbers. It's time to sit down and start to model out what you're going to need to live on inflation, taxation and any big expenses. You may have come up the next couple of years and then we can discern while is it better? Take so security now. Is it better? Take it later. And what could you spend comfortably so that you don't run out of money, right? Nelson? I think he's on to something here. I mean, we've had so many calls so many e mails from a lot of you who don't like working from home. We've had two or three teachers that retired this year because they don't want to teach on zoom again next year, but fortunately they started doing there planning 10 years ago, 15 years ago. So you know, I don't know what's going to come in the future to make you wantto maybe retire from that job or leave early. You've got to do that planning now. Don'tyou write. You do it. It's not too late. Look, if you're at that point right now, where you're thinking about to leave my job you haven't done planning. Well, it's time to start. You know, there's no better time than the present to get that going. And I'd argue right now is better than ever. We talked about this before. Because the pandemic your spending's probably down a little bit, so it's a little less painful to actually run that budget and see what you're spending. There's nothing more therapeutic than getting a clear picture of what you're going to need to spend over the next couple years. Then you can start to see the future with more clarity. And that just means less dress and more financial security. Please don't tell me you're recommending to our listeners right now that while they're in quarantine They diet and they work on their budget. I mean, come on. I can't help it. Baba Massa kissed. Well, Let me ask you a question right on a scale of 1 to 10 in terms of being financially organize. What would you give Ruth and Nelson roots really thinking about big things like GDP market capitalization, thinks she's halfway there Now. She just needs a game plan to capitalize on the fact that we was 10,000 stocks in the world to invest in. I give Ruth a hard five and Nelson man. Oh, man, Let's get that plan in place. I'll give you five least You're thinking about it. A cz. Well, hard fives across the board, Bob. Let's get them to attend. Okay, So let me ask all of you a question while my son rise in such a benevolent mood in terms of being financially organized on a scale of 1 to 10. What do you think Ryan would give you right now? Would he give you a five? How about your spouse with your spouse? Give you a 10? Would you give yourself a 10? And if not, why not?.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

AM 1530 WCKG

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on AM 1530 WCKG

"So last night, did you think the season would be cancelled? Was there a point that you did think, Tristan when you were talking to everybody that it would be cancelled? I think emotions were high, so I definitely think initial reaction for some players was. You know this is this is ridiculous. We're in the boat. We can't see our family. How like it's just It's just so much emotions weighing on them, especially when you start thinking about your childhood. It brings it all back to that. Sure, But I think once guys sat down and talked and went back and forth is that Listen, guys, we have this platform. That is unmatched college. Remember when? When Kobe hit an MBA, shut down everything else shut down in the world. Everything shut down, So like that just shows you how strong We as players or just the business of basketball is Tio country, but into the world, So for us having the stage we need to continue to be out there continue to voice voice, our feelings our frustration and keep challenging arrest of America to say. Let's be better. Let's let's move forward and let's let's end all this. This this oppression and it's just not right. It's just like you know, it makes and makes me emotional to where I just remember like being a kid and just going through a personally, it's It's It's tough. Did your parents talk about it a lot with you. Yeah, my mom used to always talk about, she said. You know, son, you could be the nicest person but you always got to do more. If you think if you think it's a B is great. You've got to get a you gotta always Never just just the average because I think today enforcing this world, you know the color of your skin. You know, sometimes people don't want to give you the same opportunity. So you just gotta be 10 times better than the standard. So where they cannot deny you You know, And wherever you go always say please. And thank you. Let never let someone say ho that kid with Tristin Thompson has no manners. It's regards of who it is, whether anyone I mean walking on the street, I say. Good morning. Say hi. I might not even know them. But I never want someone and be like, Oh, because he is who he is. Never prejudge me. That's one thing. My mom always told me growing up as a kid. It's great having you on the team, buddy. I love having you on the team. Thanks, man. Thank you for having me. Thank you. Thank you so much. Alright. Tristin Thompson, Nine years in the N B. A The great edition for us, It's I love having a guy that's currently in the N B a relationships with all these players, LeBron James. So I said this earlier that you know if you look at the players, historically, Mohammad Ali is the most relevant boxer in the history of sport. He talked politics on DH social causes. Jim Brown is considered a top five player of all time. His brand now is more I would say social reform, then football. Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Tommie Smith. If you look at the players that have historically been willing to put it out there and get a lot of hate when you can hide You cannot talk about this stuff. But the players that have been willing to really go for it. And LeBron James is certainly in the last 10 years. The player Aye. They end up being on the right side of history and B It's okay. It's more than okay it is You make a difference. A bigger difference and history rewards you. And Mohammed Ali. His brand has never been diminished. Karim never been diminished and LeBron's won't the book on LeBron will be simply different than the book on a Dr J. R. Obert Michael Jordan. He's been willing to put himself out there on political and social issues and good for him. I'm not saying every athlete.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Kind of like the N B A in the last 10 years or so, What? Do your feelings is it possible that baseball is kind of old conservative audience gets turned off here. Oh, I think there's gonna be a lot of fans who could very well be turned off by by political statements being made. And you know the the argument that I want my sports in my politics separate that that holds absolutely no water. Politics have always been a part of sports. I don't care how far back you want to go. They have always been there so To suddenly say, I want them separate. It's a disingenuous statement to make you may have been blinded to what was going on, but they have always been there so You know that there's a reason that you have military days. You know, things like that. Those are politics. There's a political statements being made by the franchises. Fly over over over an NFL game every Sunday. Those are political statement, so I think it's disingenuous for a lot of fans to say, I want him separate when it's always been there. But this gives them an easy off ramp to say, well, that players that manager you know those people are kneeling during the anthem. I'm never watching again. It very well could be a turn on. But this train has moved away down the track. It's not coming back. It is going to be interesting. You know, here in San Francisco, you could imagine, you know, it's been greeted mostly warmly. But even into Giants fan base, there's there's some fans that are upset and angry. So I mean, it's It's in a very emotional issue when you take with knee during an anthem as we saw Colin Kaepernick still dealing with right now, but the Reds do you know what the Murphy team so it seems so bizarre because look, Mohammad Ali is probably considered the greatest athlete of the 20th century we saw when he died a few years ago. The outpouring of love and support And here was probably the most political The most activist athlete of the last 50 70 years, maybe ever in support and look at the love that was shown to him. But you know, it's like all of a sudden, if a player Neal Oh, that's it. I've had it. Mohammed Ali made much greater statements than just kneeling and you know, walking away from his service time when he was drafted things like that, And yet he was revered. Revered, so I just I don't know where it's coming from. We'll see. The Reds joined in yesterday. Joey Votto Amir, garish colors like that. Well, see how many more do or do not. Hey, do you have an opinion on the list? Anakin, the giant's first base coach, female. Now that a little bit of a pump fake, she will not be doing it when the regular season starts, But she will travel with the team. She won't be in the dugout as as of now, I don't know. Maybe her role will evolve. But this is a he, Pedro, you and I, You know, covering baseball. You know the days of Conseco and that crew LaRussa. He weren't Tony Phillips and Conseco LaRussa. You weren't seeing too many women in the In the in the dugout. You know what I mean? This is a whole and even right before our time, you know, we know that Susan Porn off had a package mailed to her by Dave Kingman with a dead rat in it because he didn't want women in the club in the in the club. Now that was and in Pedro, Those were reporters, not coach. Exactly. Exactly. Um and so No, I'm a look. I'm Steve. All we see NFL assistant coaches that are women. We see N b a coaches that are women. You know why not? If you're qualified for the job, by all means. Yeah, For sure. She's actually really She's very likeable personality without her on the show, and she's just she's cool. She was a stud, a softball player, sac State, all American. So our academic all American. Even so. Hey, and then just one baseball one for you, non non, You know, social justice or any of that, And that is there's a report on your guys. His website this morning, Mookie Betts and the Dodgers are nearing a long term contract. You can imagine how Giants fans feel about that. Oh, ah! Money. Yeah, The Dodgers did not make that trade. Tohave him for only one season and to have to compete with other clubs to try to keep him. The Dodgers made that trade with one reason alone. We have a bunch of money coming off our books in the next two years. 1 to 2 years. This is a cornerstone player. We need a cornerstone type player to go with our particular franchise. We're okay spending a lot of money. That's why they traded for him. It wasn't too. Let's see how he does, and then we'll decide whether we keep them or not. They knew ahead of time that a player we want and so it's no surprise. You know what, Pedro? We say that here in San Francisco, Dammit! That's what we say. I'm sure Dodger fans said that when Barry Bonds find that seven that monstrous seven year 43 a half $1,000,000 deal back in 1992 or three, whatever that was the richest contract in the game, wasn't it. Absolutely. Conseco was the one before that, and his was five for 24 a half. And then here comes seven for 43. And remember, Remember that baseball that the giant new ownership hadn't been approved yet? The Uber and Peter MacGowan had already made this deal. And if you remember Al Rosen was like we're not okaying. This deal on they made Peter stand in the corner kind of until until the sale was approved. Next thing you know, we're hearing Ah, next episode by Dre and Snoop Coming to the plate there, So there you go. Joe is great. Checking in. Hey, how's Rio Man? What's he? What's he doing with this weird time here? Pedro son, Rios in the giant Red Sox farm system. What is it? What's what's life like for a guy like that Amanda, League pitcher. Yeah, he's working out. Ah, because look, if if something were to happen, and ah, you know the staff somehow gets ravaged by the virus or something happens. It's an opportunity comes you want to be prepared, so he is prepared. He is working out. He throws because to a facility here where he works out. It's a baseball centric place. So he's doing all of those things just on the off chance that Hey, If they call. I'm not going to say I haven't been doing anything. I'm going to be ready, right like a true Gomez. Alright, buddy. Great hearing your voice. I couldn't start baseball season.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on WSB-AM

"For the last 10 years, the S and P s gone up. It's been created to go up by stimulus and buy all the things that have happened since that time period since the last collapse. I mean, they keep throwing money into the economy, So you have to realize that from a fundamental standpoint things Khun B, overvalued and still go up in price. Because there's a lot of emotion that drives things higher and price sometimes and these can be undervalued and go down in price. So when we look at a fundamental process of making decisions, it happened during the eighties, and this is where by and whole was founded. I mean, think about it from 1982 to 2000. The S and P 500. The benchmark of the world's financial markets, the the biggest indicator of the health of the U. S. Stock market, went up 1300% in 18 years, 1300% growth in 18 years. That's unprecedented. Anybody would take that It didn't have to do anything. Because everything just went up to the moon. Alice. It was straight up. And everybody got fell in love with buy and hold because you've never had to sell because nothing ever went down. Well, then, 2000 came Dotcom bubble burst market collapsed, gave back almost 50%. So what had been made over the last 18 years in the next 18 months, half was returned back. Lost back. Think about that. Things happen faster on the way down on the way up, obviously, and that's a classic example and see by and hold ended in 2000. Because then you had the all time high 2000 collapsed to O to the new Altai. Hire two of 2007. The collapse of 09 in the new record high where we're at right now. Think about that. And all through that period of time, If you know, buttonholed, you basically would have made some money but would have missed tremendous opportunities and ultimately would have bought way too late when prices too high souled way too late when price is too low. And so technical trading and fundamental trading. Both are good schools of thought. In a day and age like this technical data supersedes fundamental data simply because things happen quicker, more volatile and really is move a trader's market than investors market and you have to get used to that, folks. Even if you are an investor, that's ni champ, because a lot of people when they get into the financial markets, they hear one thing and they're trying to figure out okay. What do I need to do? If you are new to the market? You're looking at fundamentals. Great. Start looking at technical Start understanding charts how to read a chart. As you said earlier, Champ. It's not difficult. It's just different. It's not this deep, deep dive into it'sjust understanding. You know what you're looking at how to see price, So don't forget to head over to Facebook like it's the Bulls and Bears radio. And, of course, if you're on instagram followers that bulls and bears radio see some of the behind the scene, some of the stuff you said, Yeah, there's something new coming out next week. We're excited for that champ is that of a champ on bulls and bears? When you're stressed, you just don't feel like yourself. New Natural. Relax CIA a full line of drug free supplements to help you manage occasional stress and anxiety. A special.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on Automated

Automated

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on Automated

"That nine to five job with a steady paycheck is stable. Because you get the same amount coming in month after month by as we've seen with this pandemic that can end overnight. You know when you work for a company they can decide to fire you as just happened to millions of people so that doesn't seem safe to me. The thing is if you are blogger you might see a drop in income as many have seen during the pandemic by you can quickly pivot and take advantage of the opportunity to start blogging about different things to investigate other income sources and I think one of the keys that a lot of online business people talk about diversification and having income coming in from different sources so that if one of them close bust overnight and he stopped getting income from that source. You still have other sources to rely on so in essence. I think it's actually safer. You might not have the same dollar amount coming in every month. But what's more stable than having a whole range of income sources? Yup I I couldn't agree with you I saw a statistic. The other day Something like almost seventeen million people in just the United States alone have recently lost their jobs over the last couple months And I think that this is a prime example of you know having that one stream of income Even though it's it's been traditionally seen as the safe bet as I mentioned before I think you've done a really good job of laying out that the diversification of Different sources is really a much safer especially as we're now moving into this You know post virus future where things are a little bit more uncertain But the kind of one thing that seems to be certain is that it will be a lot more remote focused And and online focused Yes I I wanted to thank you very much for for giving your insights onto these sorts of things Where can people Follow you what's your I'll have the link in the in the show notes of course but if you want to Name Your blog here as well as blog is vegan word to word DOT COM not world. That's a common type people make Yeah the best way to find me on my blog that we were a dot com. But I'm also on twitter. Facebook INSTAGRAM ALL. Social Media as at the beacon ward terrific. Yeah as I said I'll have those Those links up in the show notes We'll terrific CAITLYN. Thank you very much for your time. and hopefully we can talk a little bit more about blogging as the Munster as a month. Come and this post virus future kind of settles out in we understand how the how the changes all will actually play out. It's really interesting. Thank you very much for having me on. Great thanks Caitlyn. Thanks for listening to this week's episode. If you want to support the podcast you can leave a like or review on apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts. If you want to get in touch feel free to do so over twitter or Lincoln by searching for automated podcast on the website automated.

"last 10 years" Discussed on Automated

Automated

10:35 min | 1 year ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on Automated

"It doesn't have to be a physical product anything that people buy but the basic premise is that If I mention it and I linked to it people go through the link And then if they decide to to buy it then I'll get paid and I can assume that this this isn't been around since the beginning of of blogs. Is this kind of a new thing that has evolved over time At something I only discovered in I guess the last couple of years. I think it's been around for a bit before that but it's fairly new because I think prior to this there really wasn't any way to track people clicking on the links so it would have been impossible in the early days of blogging. Do even know who had come from. Which website right right and is this is this one of the I mean. We talked about a little bit before. But how else has blogging kind of changed over time? You know you've been in it for for about a decade now or maybe longer since you were doing that With your work previously this affiliate marketing is one of the ways that blogging his change. But what are some other things that have changed over over time and in I mean certainly grown allots and I see people come and go I think the key to success in blogging or really anything. Just keep at it. A lot of people might give up after a year or two but when he stayed with it long enough then you start to see success We talked a little bit before about different tools. That are now available to help logging. That weren't there in the beginning as one of them. I just mentioned is affiliate tracking links. So the way that an affiliate works on my blog for example as I might recommend A bag if someone click on a link to that bag and then buys it. I'll get a commission to that. That's because the link is actually tracking the person from my sight to the online store where they purchase it and I think ten years ago people sometimes would have just asked for a reader to say where they found the product Grayson more labor intensive back in the day. Yeah exactly and then somebody at the other end. I guess would have sat around with a spreadsheet calculating how many people came from each blog each month and then doling out the payments. But now everything's just completely automated so I get the link. I put it on my site and everything happens for Mare. Even the payment is automatic. Right right so it seems like there's a lot of Es in the process or how the how the processes set up but the value to both you and your readers might be might be greatly increased because of this. Yeah exactly I think just making something like that becoming so much easier means that I can invest my time in researching products right very interesting and there are there are other things that that that have enabled blogging to involve overtime. Yes other tools. That help may automate. Tasks are different. Wordpress plugin wordpress as my blogging platform. And I used various different free and paid plug. Ins that work with one that I find really helpful compresses images to make them smaller so that they fit on my site and I used to have to do that by hand. Resizing images and that can be quite labor intensive because a blog post is very visual and I usually feature ten twenty thirty images in a single post and yet few years ago I would have spent an hour or more just resizing images to put them in a post and now I can just do that all with plug in and happens automatically and I can spend more time writing a post. That's been really really helpful. And then the other one of the other things we talked about before was the advent of social media scheduling so previously. You had to go to twitter or to facebook and post everything manually and now there's a ton of scheduling tools. I use one and it just allows me to post things to twitter and facebook and I can do all of my social media in our week instead of several hours a week. Yeah I could imagine that also Using social media as one of the large ways that you actually bring attention and then potential customers our readers to to your blog so having something that reduces the amount of time or increases. The efficiency of actually bringing people into your blog is Is Very helpful as well. Yeah I mean one of the really cool things about the scheduling tools. That are also often recommend specific times of day when you're followers tend to be more active. So they even if it's the middle of the night and you're asleep you can put out a post a tweet at that time so that they'll see it so it's really really helpful for engaging with your follower raiders. That's that's actually really interesting. So it's not you choosing the specific time. Assume that you can do that as well. But it's it's some sort of algorithm that is tracking the readers on your website noticing the peak times. And then suggesting to you at what time you should be tweeting or putting a post on facebook or ever that would then attract people to your to your website. Even more I think I think it's actually tracking them with in the social media platform so tracking when they're active on twitter facebook. But you do have the option of scheduling at your preferred time or you can use this algorithm. And it'll tell you when when they're more active and they're more likely to engage in and. Click on your post which is ultimately what you want. You want them to come to your blog and read what you've written and did you notice any changes or increases. Once you started using. That suggested time yes. I don't always use it so sometimes I do choose my own time and just because I it. It doesn't recommend it every day and sometimes I don't know and I choose my time but I can see the difference between when used algorithm and when I just choose a Stanley random time. That's that's really interesting. I think this is. This is one of the main trends or themes that we see within kind of the automation world. That artificial intelligence with these kind of lower level algorithms are becoming tools to suggest to US things that we wouldn't necessarily know. I think this is a a really good example to to showcase that I wanted to maybe change topics a little bit here. So you know as we're kind of living in a covert nineteen era right now I wanted to maybe get your thoughts a little bit as to. How blogging has been changed in this in this crisis. State that we're all experiencing So I'm a member of a lot of blogging groups where there's some fulltime bloggers and there are some people who have ninety five jobs and run a blog on the side and love. People have lost work in the last couple of weeks or months and then other people had their hours reduced. So it's been a difficult time but also a time that's an opportunity so quite a few of them are really excited because they wanted to have more time to work on their blog and now they have it. So I'm seeing I'm seeing. People take an opportunity to just have focused period at home where they can work on their blog. And I've seen people shifting their focus a bit which is something I've been doing. Actually I was focusing more on travel and obviously that doesn't make any sense right now so yes. I've been shifting focus. I write about other things. Luckily I've seen an increase in some of the other topics on my side like online cooking classes or meal. Kits that you can get delivered to your door right right. Very interesting Yes was both the both the number of people that are maybe getting into blogging. But as as the The Times are changing the content does as well I see The Times winding down here. A little bit One of the last questions that I really wanted to ask you was this idea of Blogging or kind of online businesses versus traditional work so We've talked before in the past that no the nine to five job has always been seen as kind of the the safe bet or the the steady option How do you see that in comparison to now blogging yourself and being Being an entrepreneur in that sense I think it's a really common misconception. One that I've had from many family members over the years they don't some of them don't really understand. What do you do are often quite worried about it? Being unstable or not safe thinks of the words that you hear but I just I think it's the thought to misconception because people think that nine to five job with a steady paycheck is stable. Because you get the same amount coming.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

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06:33 min | 2 years ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

"Get Your House in order. Thank me later. Number four lessons learned from business. Failure fail forward often recover quickly. I've mentioned this before that my first businesses failed. I'm so happy that they failed as early as they did. In the last four years years I've been able to take the lessons that I've learned from the business failure and apply them to the businesses. Have now I encourage you to visit the past episode where we touch on failure. It is not at the end of the world. It's an open opportunity to explore. What does it work? I don't really want to drag this on because we've spoken about failures soul much on the podcast and I'm sure you've heard this concept zapped expressed in so many different ways in twenty twenty and moving forward. It's time to turn theory into practice. Number five has to do with sales you you are always settling this truth stands for whatever industry you're in if your business is not securing sales you're not in business let alone growing if you have have a hard time telling people what it is that you do create an elevator pitch that you can memorize repeat when the occasion calls for you. Don't be robotic. But if the situation calls for you to picture service the more more comfortable you are communicating who you are what you do and expressing your value upfront. You can reap the benefit of lending new sales more often as we come into twenty twenty. Please get your salesmanship skills together. Read books attend seminars workshops network with other salesmen and women but most importantly put this into practice a number six. All money isn't good money. I WANNA give you this little gem so you don't fall in the trap of working with challenging clients when I say all the money isn't good money. I'm not talking about the funding as simple. I'm talking about working with individuals. Let me give you two examples. Example number. One of all money isn't good money. Any is accepting less than you charge in the name of helping someone who's budget cannot meet your prices or hooking up a friend when I first started. I did this often and let me tell you that money was absolutely no good. I still had to do. The work. Take the time and produce the same value. The individual is getting their free or nearly early free needs met. You will suffer your business be profitable and you'll be stressed for accepting less than what you know you need to sustain Your Business. This money is no good. There is one exception exception to this rule. If you're taking a temporary or intentional loss upfront for measurable gain later. This is when you can cut your cost or do the work for free early on. I used to do a few repairs for free in exchange for reviews for the business or hosted a seminar or workshop for free in order to get new leads. But this WHO's very intentional. Once I got to the point where I could present my value upfront. Because my work was starting to speak for me I had to cut the friend and family discount off at one point my accountant not so politely with me into shape by letting me know that. If I didn't start to charge was needed to be charged I would not be able to afford him any longer and I'd be broke message received and applied to not cut yourself show and put your business in jeopardy charge. What you're worth and let those who can't afford you go to someone else who may not provide the same value value number example number? Two of all money isn't good. Money is working with a challenging. Client the customer is not always right. One Perk to working as an entrepreneur. Spur Noor is that you get to be selective about who you work with. I don't mean that you get to spill your biases or discriminate. No I mean you know what value you bring. And if you understand the client's needs you can meet them. That should be the basis for the mutually beneficial relationship that you're establishing with this client. You get paid and they get what they a paid four. Here's the truth in an ideal world that would be it but there is the truth that some people aren't always cut and dry about the business to consumer transaction transaction for some people even if you're very clear about what to expect they still try to get even more than what they paid for for others no matter how much you do. They're trying diminished quality of her work or claim. You didn't complete the service satisfactorily. In other cases. Some people are just flat out ruled with no home training. Such is life right established a boundary Asia. That you won't tolerate that behavior may still continue because they feel entitled since they gave you their money. These are examples of challenging clients. It doesn't matter what age race sex or sexual orientation. They are part of stay focused. I WanNa make you aware of this because the money you think you're working for is actually double the work managing the client and providing this service in most cases. It just isn't worth it number. Seven of the lessons learned in the past. Ten years is to be okay with those go away relationship matter period. I think one of the most important and enjoyable parts of life. Unfortunately as we navigate this new entrepreneurial landscape you will slowly learn that many of your friends and even family members will not be able to accept you in this new context. I hope that this wouldn't stop you from moving forward at the start of my career I subconsciously sleep sabotage some aspects of my business. Because I was afraid of leaving some people behind leaving people behind was a function of the gap. That's created with what you have in uncommon. How they see you or maybe even secret envy that start to be formed? When you're an entrepreneur I've seen this happens? Relationships both platonic and intimate. I've seen this in relationships that have had what seemed like the most solid foundations. You may very well be the exception to this. However don't close yourself off to the possibility and the subconscious or even conscious effects most people make it out on the other side okay? I just begged him not to let this get in the way of which one accomplish as far as your goals are concerned. Try to salvage the relationship if you can but if you can't grieve the relationship and let go number. Eight is about adaptation and innovation. Some of the always though work some of the new ways work better. If you're not adapting and innovating your business is dying. Let me explain. The last decade brought on many new elements elements business that can and should be integrated to stay relevant or at the very least profitable. Those who didn't adapt died. Blockbuster is easily my favorite example of adapt or die. We know what happened when the ignored the streaming revolution. Don't be blockbuster. In the new decade I encouraged practice setting aside some time to check out the landscape and and see what tides are turning. When you see a shift see how you can get ahead of it or ride with it so you don't lose your position and you have to do this quickly? If you don't have the time to do just one more thing and trust me. I know find someone who can be the business. Landscape Surveyor for you. It is crucial. If for one second you catch yourself.

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"last 10 years" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

04:52 min | 2 years ago

"last 10 years" Discussed on I Am Nat Noise with Nathalie Noisette

"To have you and your new welcome and thank you for taking the time to listen. I'm going to give you a brief intro. My name is Natalie and I'm a serial entrepreneur I create content for individuals who are looking to effectively transition from being a high level. Well paid employees to a self sustaining entrepreneur. I'm well aware that this is a big task. But I make it my point to share resources insights and experiences. That will help shape. Your Business Journey. I was once a high level. Well paid employees myself and I eventually took the leap of faith that allow me to work for myself. Even though I had faith to lean on I did not abandon calculated risk or strategy Adji. This episode isn't about strategy this week but this is the last episode of season one officially. It's also the last Thursday of an entire decade that I is completely mind blowing to me as a lot of time reflecting on the last ten years and I wanted to share some of the insights and crucial lessons that came to mind. I've been in business for six years of the ten years and there's been so many things that's happened. I think it's really important to know so that you can prepare hear yourself with the coming ten years the reason I'm sharing this because I really need you to take these in and consider how they may impact you going into the next decade. Some lessened you. Don't have to repeat if you can take heed now there and also there are some lessons you may want to take to heart so that you can always have a slight edge in the game of entrepreneurship. Remember there's no better time to be an entrepreneur with endless resources at your fingertips. The only thing between you and your success is what you know what you do. The top ten then important lessons I've learned in business are as follows number one have a set of guiding principles. This is the most important lesson to to me but none of the lessons are in any particular order. Having a set of principles that inform your decisions and guide your actions have been my saving grace from day one. When we were in the middle securing funding for commerce care? We went to a bunch of different people to get funds to grow the business. We unfortunately came across them. Sketchy characters some of them were encouraging less. Just an honest means of securing the funds needed. I didn't cave but it also never crossed my mind to entertain those options because they are far. Outside of what. I'm willing to do you. This is not to stand on a more highground. If you decide to take that road just know that there are consequences for doing things in the left on his way playing by the rules. has its consequences to. I had to wait longer to get the funding. There are a ton of hoops to jump through and there are a bunch of people you have to report to to ensure that they're getting back what they invested into you or lenders are always breathing down your neck. The guiding principles I sent in place guide my decision and even though we were really in need of the additional funds we waited it out and decided not to operate from a place of desperation Russian. Here's some business guiding principle examples and some personal guiding principle examples for business it could be exceptional customer service breath exemplary leadership teamwork incremental improvement growth. Some personal ones could be integrity strategy operating independent dependent fear failing gracefully and constant growth. Find your set of guiding principles. They keep you on track. They hold you accountable. If or when you have to the decide and you're undecided revisit your principles to determine what's important to you your decision making will become a lot more streamlined. You can say no without feeling bad because you know. Oh that thing yes when you really want to say. No is out of alignment with your ultimate success. I encourage you to take some time and really look at what you value. Write them down and let let them guide the way number two small business burnout. This is no joke. You do not get cool points. Being the most tired the most stressed out or the most burned out. This is one lesson. I had to learn quick fast and in a hurry in the last decade there was a period of time. I was so sick from stress. That can actually work effectively. I went to my doctor. Good to see what was wrong with me because it couldn't possibly me being overworked right. And all he had to say was you need to chill the heck out. If you've been with me long enough you know. Oh he got the Sinai so you mean to tell me that your actual clinical recommendation while it turns out the doctor was correct. If you're anything like me and you don't. I don't know what we're not look site considered these symptoms overwhelmed. And you feel like you're just in over your head frustration mental fog and overall decline in effectiveness a snapping at and getting short with people. Because you're probably not getting enough sleep. Yeah you know exactly what I'm talking about less time with social and familial support probably burn out. Please note everyone experiences burnout differently. But for the most part if you just feel drained eternally anxious or unclear. Those are some with experiences that most of the people I spoke to experience in this Nutri in this new ten year period..

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