35 Burst results for "Last Month"

Biden Administration Expected to Extend Federal Eviction Moratorium By 1 Month

News, Traffic and Weather

00:29 sec | 3 hrs ago

Biden Administration Expected to Extend Federal Eviction Moratorium By 1 Month

"In less than a week. The Biden administration may extended again that temporary covid eviction moratorium faced a number of court fights and was set to expire the end of June. Now sources telling ABC News the White House and CDCR considering extending it one more month. The biggest Challenge, moving tens of billions and emergency rental assistance money faster to the people who need it, many not knowing how to apply for or receive the cash, BBC's Andy Field the cases against those charged in the

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British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

Pacifica Evening News

01:56 min | 6 hrs ago

British Travel Industry Urges Swifter Reopening of Sector

"Allow more quarantine free travel and provide cash strapped businesses with much needed financial support Hundreds of industry workers, including travel agents, pilots and cabin crew from airlines, such as British Airways and easyJet. Gathered outside the parliament in London. There were other protests, and Edinburgh and Belfast Simon Marx reports. Today. The growing anger of the travel industry over the British government's failure so far to loosen restrictions on international travel for fully vaccinated people from the UK and for fully vaccinated people wanting to visit the UK from overseas. Britain's airlines and holiday companies are holding a day of action on Wednesday. Calling on the government to take rapid action before it's too late to salvage the 2021 summer holiday season. The sands of Time are rapidly slipping through the hourglass, says Julie Low beside the chief executive of the Advantage Travel partnership. We have upset every part of the industry together, really try to in a united fashion make it very clear to government. The devastation has been caused offer an industry that's been shut down effective for 15 months, not also for businesses but also for people will have crew there. We've got different representatives of pilots will be coming along. We really need the government to listen to our society. 15 months an entire industries be shut down people losing their homes. People can't feed their family. We're at a real crisis point. And we need the government's who urgently look and understand at the devastation that's being caused. The British government says it is considering the possibility of giving fully vaccinated people more flexibility to travel. But only yesterday, the country's health secretary said it's too early to know how soon those changes might be implemented. Simon marks Washington. You're listening to the evening news on

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Previewing Mark Levin's Strategies at the End of 'American Marxism'

Mark Levin

01:46 min | 8 hrs ago

Previewing Mark Levin's Strategies at the End of 'American Marxism'

"Book at the end of the book, American Marxism, where I Lay out my strategies, and they're not Comprehensive, many will have other strategy. I break it down. Into education. At all levels now. I talk about what we need to do. With respect to corporations. And I know all the radio guys writing it down. All right. What did he say? It's okay. You'll know where it came from. You can hear me turning the pages in my book, of which there are many. Climate so called The fanatics who are trying to destroy our economic system. How we can actually confront Antifa, Black lives matter and other riders without being even violent. How it can support law enforcement. Law enforcement if they want support from Patriots. We need to conduct themselves properly and constitutionally the vast majority do. I didn't see that the sheriff and loud last night. It pissed me off. How they arrested that man. We didn't arrest him, he said arrest him. What he said. Now, every time I say this People try and get in front of July 13th and in front of this book, it's okay. But we are at 155,000 pre order copies of this book. It's unheard of. The first week of Liberty attorney in all forms. I sold 117,000. 140 some 1000 hard cover and the rest E book and audio. That's why I told you and we've known for months. That the silent majority won't be silent any

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Mainstream Media Cannot Take Credit for Movements When They're Not in the Actual Communities

Mark Levin

02:00 min | 10 hrs ago

Mainstream Media Cannot Take Credit for Movements When They're Not in the Actual Communities

"I don't see credit. But these people who think they're coming up with these novel ideas and these novel statements. They're not coming up with anything. They're actually not even doing anything. Patting themselves on the back. I saw this in the Reagan revolution. I saw this in the tea party revolution. People in Washington people in media thanking themselves for something have nothing to do with Nothing. Zero. The great thing about talk radio is The bond. In my case on this program that I had with you and you with me. The sense we have for what's going on in our communities. This format, particularly this program. It doesn't get any closer to neighborhoods and streets and communities than this. As much as we all love television. Television cannot duplicate this. So after three months when somebody says, I sense there's an educational tea party taking place to go. You have to scratch your head. When you read politico, and they go to Steve Bannon, he says the tea party to the 10th power. That's what's happening. Steve Bannon is not in the communities. I'm in this community. I live in Loudoun County, Virginia. No offense. This this movement. Will not Take hold and will not grow. People in media simply talking about it. Regurgitating what somebody else, says. This is hard work. Take serious minds. Serious strategies and tactics. I think that's why most of you millions and millions of you come to this

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Witnesses Say Airstrike in Ethiopia's Tigray Kills Dozens

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

Witnesses Say Airstrike in Ethiopia's Tigray Kills Dozens

"A deadly airstrike has hit a busy market in a village in Ethiopia's northern Tigray killing dozens medics into gray's regional capital have told the Associated Press they were unable to confirm how many people were killed but one doctor said health workers at the scene reported more than eighty civilian deaths the conflict began in November when Ethiopian forces supported by those from neighboring Eritrea issued to graze former leaders the stopper with an international aid group who had spoken with a colleague at the scene since it was horrific we don't know if the jets will coming from Ethiopia or Eritrea they're still looking for bodies by hand I'm Charles the last month

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Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:26 min | 19 hrs ago

Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm

"Briefly go over some issues women face when it comes to difficulty orgasm. We've discussed before psychological issues like low self esteem poor body image or something like anxiety or an eating disorder at can affect sexual performance ability to orgasm. There are medical issues. Like denia niceness and difficulty producing lubrication to name a few a at twenty t analysis identified some top factors in sexual dysfunction relationship problems stress mental health issues. Poor physical health. Genetic urinary issues. Such as pelvic pain a history of abortion a history of female genital mutilation sexual abuse being religious. Perhaps due to sexual shame and stigma so the nelson's found that things like communication positive body image exercise. Masturbation can help improve sexual dysfunction. Some people experience depression sadness shame irritability crying self-loathing etc after orgasm achieved consensual pleasurable sex things. Like post-coital trustees or coil destroyer. Some studies suggest over half of women have experienced post-coital foia or cd at least once in a recent survey found that it often is linked more to one realistic expectations than underlying medical condition. Yes And this is kind of related to the petite more or the little death which is used to describe the unconsciousness people. Some people experience after orgasmic. Likening it to death and something. I've just learned about an experience and foolishly did an experiment to test for research for this episode and it took me out a whole day are sex are orgasm but overall i am so these intense headaches that occurred during or after sexual arousal. They can be short-lived or lasts a few hours a couple of days about three days. They're pretty rare and men are more likely to experience them than women. If you are someone who suffers from migraines you're more likely to experience them as well. There are two types orgasmic headache. Which is intense throbbing pain during her after orgasm or sexual benign headaches. Which are these headaches. That build during sexual arousal the kinda guy come from the and then go up some experience both at once and they can be A one time thing or happening clusters of risk six. Twelve month period. Some people have said they're around for life They happen because of muscle contractions and or a spike in blood

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Don’t Miss the Strawberry Moon – The Last Supermoon of 2021

Kottke Ride Home

01:15 min | 1 d ago

Don’t Miss the Strawberry Moon – The Last Supermoon of 2021

"The last super moon of the year is coming this week. So mark your calendars for thursday. The twenty four th through saturday. The twenty sixth. You want to catch a glimpse of the strawberry moon. The june full noon is traditionally called the strawberry moon in north america because in certain parts. June is win. Strawberries are in season. Which just feels like salt in the wound for my strawberry plant which started the season strong and his all ready fizzled out the strawberry new name. According the old farmer's almanac comes from the algonquin gb dakota and look at people's among others. But it's also been called games by other indigenous nations and cultures to mark different plants being in season at this time like the cherokee who call it green corn moon or the initial nabi who call it blue moon in honor of the flowers in bloom the creek all it egg-laying noon or hatching moon and hopping over the ocean to europe over there. The june moon was sometimes called the mead moon or the honey moon and given that june was once the traditional month for marriages thanks to the roman goddess of marriage juno old farmer's almanac and nasa both speculate that it could be an origin of the term honeymoon which entered usage around the fifteen hundreds in europe.

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The Game of Life (and Death)

Your Brain on Facts

01:54 min | 1 d ago

The Game of Life (and Death)

"Games of life and death. Does this mean sports. That are very dangerous to play sports. Where your life may hinge on the outcome. Yes let's start with the dangerous sports. I and not the usual stuff like formula one racing running with the bulls halo which is a type of skydiving called high altitude. Low opening. don't do that. let's go for some of the ones you probably haven't heard of calculus. Storage co is an early form of football or soccer or rugby that originated in the sixteenth century in italy in florence in particular in terms of rules. There aren't many neither have. They changed very much since fifteen eighty when the game was thought to have established. You just can't sucker punch your opponent or kick anyone in the head other than that you can punch headbutt trip russell on choke your way across the field. Seems like calcio was also the genesis of soccer hooliganism because that's kind of their re-met on by the way the word soccer is a british invention that the british were using until about twenty thirty years ago. I can see that the descriptors football fits that better than does in football. But i'm still gonna say soccer players seem adamant that calculus store co. isn't a sport. It's a game. This distinguishment apparently comes from the fact that there isn't a specific season for the game. Players can only participate in a max of two games each year so they don't really have multi-month processes of seasonal sports instead. You get a massive energetic display of violence and tradition that pit the four quarters of florence against each other. When you think of japan you might think of the lights and technology of tokyo or anime girl body pillows and tentacle monsters which is a shame because neither of these even hints at japan's bad ass. History

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Roald the Rotten: The Unsavory Character Behind the Icon of Children's Literature

Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities

02:00 min | 1 d ago

Roald the Rotten: The Unsavory Character Behind the Icon of Children's Literature

"British author role doll rose to fame with books that became iconic works of literature and continue to be read by children. All over the world. Charlie and the chocolate factory james and the giant peach and the witches are all beloved for their colorful storytelling and memorable characters however shadow has followed these tales and their author since their publication doll was often described as being racist anti-semitic eh misogynistic in both his personal life and in his stories and how we approach problematic literature especially literature written for children is as complicated as the man who wrote them. Just ask those who were responsible for. Bringing his words to the world they often dealt with him across the ocean. And even that wasn't enough. Sometimes doll had grown up embodying this nickname of the apple which he'd earned due to his mother's adoration for him compared to her other children. He attended boarding school from a young age and dabbled in writing but his imagination proved far more developed than his literary skills. At the time. Still he enjoyed coming up with stories and conjuring new ones based on his experiences at school. Doll went on to enlist in world war. Two with the royal air force after sustaining an injury during a crash he healed up flew several more missions and eventually went home to start his new life as a civilian. He married american actress. Patricia neal in nineteen fifty three and together. The couple had five children. It was during her fifth pregnancy. Though when neil suffered three cerebral aneurysms. Her husband took over caring for the family but he also treated her horribly as she recovered he implemented a cruel recovery regimen to get her back into acting when she wanted something but couldn't remember what it was called. He would refuse to give it to her until she used. Its correct name and this went on for ten months. Several years later doll began an affair with another woman you see. There was a reason why his wife referred to him as roald of the rotten

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"last month" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

02:10 min | Last month

"last month" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"It's a team of doctors who have been on the front lines. Not the frontline american doctors. Do you know the white coat guys ahead. That video about hide hydroxy clark over the summer last summer Not those guys. Although i do think many of those guys They were discredited by the media. Of course my do. Many of those were good doctors. But it's not those guys these. This is the front line. Cove nineteen critical care alliance total. It's f. l. c. c. c. alliance called and these guys are totally different group and they have incredible incredible amounts of research from around the world Talking about their protocol to it's protocol by a guy named Paul meritz merrick critical care. Covid nineteen protocol. america Was a doctor older guy. Probably i don't know if his seventies or eighties very he seems a lot older but he's he's very much there he's brilliant guy and he got a team of Some of the best doctors around the world who are treating cova early on the first couple of months he got all their heads together and pick their brains and came up with this protocol of what he saw. These different doctors doing and what was actually working in the critical kiss the patients. So here's the thing. With when it progresses to to critical care when you have covert and it gets really bad it starts filling up the lungs or messes up your hard most of the time. It's it's the breathing with the can't breathe and my grandmother. I talked to a personally She said it felt like there was a five hundred pound person sitting on her chest or even sitting on her face it sometimes because she just couldn't fuck and breach you could not get air into her lungs because their lungs were white out. Because of the covid in again it came on insidiously. Which is the scariest thing. It was like all right. You know it's like a couple of allergies and all of a sudden a week into it. Boehm she's got a one zero four point Seven fever something crazy. I guess who rushed to the hospital and then you know they let her. They let her go to which was a mistake by the hospital. They let go they. Didn't they test her for cova her. That the two or three day. Tessa didn't get the results till three days later. And they let her go that that same night and didn't think she had cova nor nor did we really Which again was a mistake. On my part..

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"last month" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

Elite Man Podcast

06:30 min | Last month

"last month" Discussed on Elite Man Podcast

"Definitely check that out but so to dive into the subject matter of today. The big question of where the hell. I've been the last month five weeks so this is actually a tough episode to record and a number of ways because i hate doing this but in in in many respects i feel like i'm obligated to do it and that is to say i was wrong about something in not to say i was wrong entirely about something because actually in many ways i mean i still believe ninety to ninety five percent of what i've covered on this subject over the past year but i was wrong about one key critical thing i wanted to share that with you today and again i hate like any human being hate to admit that was wrong about something. I hate to admit that. I overlooked something or in this case that i underestimated something and to be quite honest. I did underestimate something Again i will dive into. We'll in by the way i've i've since interviewed guest. Who will dive into the science behind a lot of the things. I'm going to talk about today. And talk about different protocols and things a brilliant brilliant man by the way who was a guest on the podcast couple years. Back named steve foulkes incredible guy. A good friend of mine at this point Actually helped me Answer my call for about an hour and a half few weeks back. Just you know as a personal 'cause you know asking for some advice some tips on what he thought about my situation So a great guy. I have so much respect for him. So i actually interviewed him a couple of weeks after that. And who will be on the podcast. I believe next week or the week after Diving into all kinds of things in this men's just so brilliant but So the thing that wanted to talk about the big elephant in the room is actually cove it and it. So i've done episodes in the past. I've talked at length about the lockdowns shutdowns The masks the fraud the crookedness of the government in the you know the the agencies and also the guys at the top like fao chief who is still a total fraud Who is still a crook and who should still be put in jail and Guys like bill gates who are behind a lot of What has gone down with The past year you know having the. Who in his pocket. Actually if you look it up he owns. I believe over fifty percent of the who. He's the only. I believe personal Investor in to a person who has stake in the who every other entity that puts money into the who the world health organization is a country. I believe bill gates is the only man or or human being who owns the. Who and believe it's just over fifty percent but anyways him in fao g and the like and you know all the crooks. I've talked about at length they're all still crooks and the Bureaucracy The politics that has gone into cova and shutdowns and lockdowns and the masks and having little kids wear mass and all these things all these things i still firmly believe in know to be true even more so now than i did for five weeks ago but the one thing i feel bad about and the one thing that's honestly just eating me alive. The past five weeks is that. I did underestimate cove it in the elderly and so this brings me to my topic For today's podcast. And that is it's twofold. It's to to come to you to say that i was wrong in underestimating it in that sense and i totally did underestimate it and i want to admit that i was wrong in that sense in. Come clean about You know having having misjudged mischaracterized the this disease over the past year in that sense. I didn't think it was as bad as it actually is and i did think. A lot of it was exaggerated. Perhaps some of it was exaggerated but seeing it firsthand and family members four five weeks ago. I can tell you for certain that cova is not the same as the flu Actually esteem foulkes mentioned this as well in upcoming weeks but cova is is like three times less deadly than the flu and children. Younger people they do. Incredible with many including my family members had little kids nieces and nephews and stuff that had cohen. That didn't even present any symptoms at all when you have flu when he had the flu in your kid or any age you present symptoms. You are sick as a dog for at a few days most likely a week. Now i've had family members i've seen it. I've i've looked at some of the studies. I've listened to guys like steve foulkes Scientists brilliant man. Who say who concur that that that is generally the case. The covert is three times less deadly less dangerous in children. Younger people than the fluids the fluids dangerous for a lot people many people. The difference here is Covid seems to be much much more dangerous and much much deadlier than the flu in older people and is a number of reasons. Why and i dive into the science. With steve and talk about. Why exactly that is. And what's going on with some of the elder people and Their metabolic function and some of the nutritional deficiencies. They may have and some of the hidden things that that many people don't even know they're walking around with for instance the main reason for so to just dive right into the main reason i was out for so long is because the the my grandmother so my my grandmother who raised me I'm actually closest to this person than any other person in the entire world. So that's how close this person was to me About sixty nine years old never got sick never had any cool morbidity Flu season came around. Colds came around every single year. This person was never sick. They were one of the healthiest people. I actually knew and still no To anything like never got sick. Note never had anything going on at all so this was the last person i was actually in foolishly though but but still nevertheless the last person i was concerned about when this whole covert thing went down. I was more concerned with you. Know my My father who's much much younger than my grandmother or even like my brothers and sisters because they don't take care of themselves the great shape they catch the coal. They always catch. You know Strep throat or the flu when.

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Why Hasn't Economic Inequality Between Black and White Americans Budged?

The Pay Check

01:47 min | 2 months ago

Why Hasn't Economic Inequality Between Black and White Americans Budged?

"Our goal going into this was to understand a bit more about the racial wealth. Gap it's been fifty years since the end of segregation and jim crow why hasn't economic inequality between black and white americans budged at all. It brought us back to slavery in everything that grew out of that system. And the truth is that as a country. The united states has never really reckoned with slavery or any of the racist violence and oppression that followed. We have created a narrative of denial. We've created a narrative that says we're not going to talk about the mistakes we make. I think it's because we become such a punitive society. We think we own up to our mistakes. Something bad is going to happen to us. We're going to get punished. And i'm not doing these projects because i want punish america. I want us to be liberated from the change that this history has created. That's bryan stevenson. He's a lawyer. And the executive director of the equal justice initiative in montgomery alabama in two thousand eighteen. Three years ago this month he opened the first memorial to the thousands of black americans killed racial terror lynchings from the end of the civil war up to nineteen fifty the museum and the memorial in montgomery and the national museum of african american history and culture which opened in two thousand sixteen in washington. Dc are steps towards correcting historical record in the us but also universities media companies and investment banks are increasingly owning up to the ways they participated in or benefited from the slave trade earlier. this spring. The virginia supreme court ruled that the city of charlottesville can go ahead and remove statues of confederate soldiers. An effort that's happening around the country but there are plenty of people who choose to ignore this part of america's history and how it connects to the present

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"last month" Discussed on Axios Today

Axios Today

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"last month" Discussed on Axios Today

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"last month" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:31 min | 3 months ago

"last month" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"It's like giving a a family member with dementia keys to drive a car. It's just a matter of time before there's a fatal accident. And you look at the family members and they shake their hands. I don't know what to tell anybody. I fear you're correct. I don't want him to come to any kind of Disastrous finish. I want him to live a long life healthiest possible, but obviously he shouldn't be president. We can all see it. It's right before us, you know. I told him last month in February, I said Mr President, please. You've got to slow down to remember. He was running up and down those steps. He tripped. He took a little trip in February. I think he might be hold on. Is he wrapping up right now? Let's listen. And I think he I just saw him Look at his watch like he want his. He's itching to get out of there. Check it out. Gone down as I don't want to become the issue. I don't want to be, you know, bringing all the secret service and everybody with me to get in the way. So this is being set up. And you have full access to everything. Once we get the same movie Just to be clear. How soon will that be? Mr President? I don't know. Be clear. Your responsibility for everything that's happening at the border. Now I hear you talking a lot about the past administration. You decided to roll back some of those policies. Did you move too quickly to grow back? What? I'm sorry Policies. Did you move too quickly to roll back some of the executive orders of your predecessor? First of all,.

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"last month" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:35 min | 4 months ago

"last month" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"You asked me to come the end of it. Me last month. I'm going to bother now about the route. My lovely that normally down miss my sweet to me every call on fella. Oh, don't you, huh? The way I felt like I've been real, but it doesn't mean they left Started way. HOK C E B. So I.

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"last month" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:38 min | 8 months ago

"last month" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by transfer wise. The smart new way to send receive money internationally transfer wise gives you the real exchange rate every time you send money abroad you can even get an account that holds up to fifty four currencies at once and convert between them anytime join over eight million customers in more than eighty countries who are already saving. Try them out for free at transfer wise dot com slash marketplace, or download the APP in the years that followed the Bush versus Gore election, Recount Mess Twenty Years, ago there. Was Federal Money in pressure to be sure that local jurisdictions used paper ballots which could be stored in recount recounted if election machinery failed paper and there was no great impulse to move to voting through the Internet over concern about hacking and equal access machines and voting go back to the eighteen nineties as part of our series the business of voting a closer look at election infrastructure. Let's turn to someone who's followed. The History Charles Stewart is a political science professor at MIT and founder of its election data and science lab. Welcome. My pleasure to be here. I was surprised to see the first voting machines really go back to the late nineteenth century. That law. Oh Yeah. No they they are no arose in the late nineteenth century. There are periods in American history where technology is all the rage. I think the rush to automate industry caught the idea of reformers. So we got automation in voting about one hundred and fifty years ago. In some of this was the idea of modernity. But also some of this was they thought those machines might. Help mitigate fraud at some level. Oh. Absolutely. The things were big beasts. You know they weighed eight hundred pounds. So you're you're not gonNA easily. Steal. Them. It also made it easier for cities to have more voting sites. One of the problems in the eighteen nineties eighties was voting sites were so crowded. And automation facilitated distributing out the voting so that the precincts were smaller easier to control in terms of the crowd, and so the machines were actually I think rightfully. So scene is bringing a bit of business practices and Embiid of kind of greater control and honesty in the vote counting process. Now in our current generation, we're faced with this I. Guess it's almost paradox right in a world that's getting rid of paper and embracing information on screens the move for America's voting system has really been back to paper and ink in it's on purpose, right? What has been and it's very interesting as somebody who? Has Gotten into the history of technology by looking at voting machines. Know we're not as worried as we once were with crowds overwhelming a precinct stealing the ballot box. For instance We're much more aware of ways in which computerized equipment can break down or concerned with hacking. And the rest so. You know now. Among kind of experts in the field, there's greater interest in going back to paper at least for the marketing of the balance we're still tabulating using automation in this case computers, but we have much better record now of what a voter intended to do in the event, the equipment breaks down. Charles Stewart is a professor of Pali cy at Mit and founder of MIT's election data and science lab. Thank you very much. Oh, it's my pleasure. In the series we also talked today to the Head of Tech nonprofit in California that's trying to make voting equipment cheaper and to build in systems to quickly do quality control audits to be sure the counting was right marketplace dot org if you missed that on the air. I'm David Brancaccio the marketplace morning report. From APM. American public media. I'm Justin Ho with marketplace, the economy is changing so fast it's hard to keep up to our latest podcast is here to help. It's called the marketplace minute give just sixty seconds and we'll bring you the latest on what's happening in the economy three times a day market updates business news in hell the numbers affects your personal economy will tell you what you need to know and why it matters just ask your smart speaker to play the marketplace minute or find it wherever you get your podcasts..

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Cost Of Living (MM #3480)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Cost Of Living (MM #3480)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation a lot of people gripe about the cost of living these days and it came to mind for me recently when I got a note for my mother. She said a friend of hers had mentioned that she lives in Chicago just about 10 minutes north of Wrigley Field and that the house they grew up in the apartment that grew up in had become a condo and was now just sold for like a half a million dollars or something like that. So my mom wanted to know if somebody were to rent their apartment them. They moved into 60 years ago today when they got married, what would it cost them when my parents were married sixty years ago. They paid $86 a month for rent today that same apartment which is still there is still for rent and it's $1,075. Now, I'm sure you're saying of course Kevin but they made improvements. Well, we looked online. It doesn't look like they have still look like they have the same radiators the same bathrooms the same tile the same nearly everything they had sixty years ago kind of funny how you put it all in perspective sixty years later my parents still going strong and so is there original honeymoon apartment for $1,000 more a month still there in Chicago still amazing to me dead.

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My Latest Cravings (MM #3476)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

My Latest Cravings (MM #3476)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation every now and again, I have some weird Cravings sure when you're constantly dieting you're constantly watching your weight. You have cravings for things usually bad things, of course, you know ice cream or pie or Donuts or sugar in that kind of stuff and it's all bad for you. But that's not the kind of Cravings. I've had recently last weekend. All I wanted to eat was cheese and crackers just cheddar cheese Big Cheese swiss cheese didn't matter cheese and crackers and that's what I had for dinner one night last week. It was great. But recently this week and a couple of months back. I had a craving for lox and bagels now, we've got bagels Iraq whole time but remember eat them my wife eat them for breakfast every now and again I try to stay away from because I know the breads bad for me, but for some reason I just had a craving for real honest-to-goodness locks hard to find expensive and to be honest with you. I couldn't tell you the last time I had it probably at some big expensive fancy brunch at some Hotel haven't had it in years, but I've had a craving for it. I don't know why I don't know what it says. Maybe just covid-19 got a craving for some strange things wage.

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Want To Like (MM #3472)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Want To Like (MM #3472)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation there are certain things in life that we really want to like we feel should like um, and we don't an exam for my wife is Ice-T. She looks at it sees it's refreshing see the people enjoy it but just doesn't like the taste. She's not a tea drinker. So it's not her cup of tea. Pardon the pun for me. It's a little bit more extreme than that. It's off the season Autumn call it whatever you want. I want to like it. I feel like should like it but I'll be honest with you. I really don't for me. The fall weather is probably my worst sinus season fall and spring or just nightmare to my sinuses not even with all those allergy shots. I took it never really helped anything. I like the idea of fall. I like the concept I even look good and fall colors, but it just don't ever feel good in Fall heck I even like pumpkin spice lattes. I know it's kind of weird. It's kind of strange but as we've now transitioned into the fall months fall is officially here. I want to like you fall I really do but I don't think I ever will and wish it would change but this point in life. I don't think it's going to Bath

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Flu Vaccine (MM #3471)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 9 months ago

Flu Vaccine (MM #3471)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation doctors are telling us we need to get a flu shot this year because the flu vaccine will be most important in helping wage covid-19 because a lot of the symptoms do mimic each other. So we want to make sure not spread germs and disease this year, but also heard something very interesting where that this year. The summer time flew was the most inconsequential than we've ever seen in years because everybody's wearing masks and they're avoiding people to stand six feet away. So naturally flu germs aren't getting past. So we didn't have any summer type flu this year. My wife and I are looking at getting our flu vaccine this year. We don't normally do it, but they're not going to get it but now you've got a time when you get it because if you get it right now with some recommend it may not keep you covered for the flu in January and February if I get the flu, it's normally during January and February so I may want to push down until late October. So it make sure to cover me for about three four months which is all the flu vaccine is good for but if you get your flu shot now, that's only going to take you through the end of the year and you got to worry about January and February when you get it could play a big part two dead.

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Lemonade (MM #3459)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Lemonade (MM #3459)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. What's that old saying, sometimes you have to turn lemons into lemonade a lot of businesses including my own or struggling during the month 19 pandemic. We're trying to figure out how move forward. My business has slowed down tremendously because recording artist can't go out and perform right now. So they don't have a way to make money and they can't pay marketing people. It makes sense and we're dealing with it. But lots of Industries are looking at ways to increase their business restaurants have had to decide to start working on carryout orders. You may have heard that Arby's is going to test Market selling their meat in bulk. You can buy Arby's roast beef from Arby's and like five bags packages or something like that. It's only a test market right now, but a lot of people are trying to do things too. Well, as we said turn lemons into lemonade a local movie theater having a hard time with the covid-19 pandemic has decided to take to their parking lot and show off of the movies. They would be showing inside on their wall and turning their parking lot into a drive-in theater. You've got to do whatever you can you gotta pivot you gotta move. You be able to well survive. And right now survival is the key for all of us off.

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The Real Test (MM #3457)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

The Real Test (MM #3457)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. We're now six months in to the covid-19 pandemic and while some people want life to get back to normal wage all know that's not going to be the case. But I think we're about to see the real test about how especially America is going to move forward sure. It was tough when Sports were taken away. And now we've slowly but surely brought them back the real test football NFL football college football sure. We've had a couple of games but now we're getting ready for real football in the NFL on Thursday night. What's going to happen? I think that's going to be the test because those people truly get physical those people are going to come in contact with one another in ways that other sports don't and I think it's either going to go very well or go very poorly and to be honest with you. I don't know but that's going to be the real test if America is ready to start moving forward already college students proven. They're not ready. We'll college football players prove differently. I hope so likewise with the NFL the next few months are going to get really interesting and we're not even talking politics wage.

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Labor Day (MM #3456)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Labor Day (MM #3456)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation you talked about Labor day before it was a holiday started by the labor unions to honor the people who worked in the factories doing a hard work the blue collar worker, but I think this year thanks to covid-19 things have changed because this year on Labor Day. We think more about the First Responders. We think about the front line people not only people in hospitals and doctors offices people grocery stores people who work at fast food places all the people who've had to fight who had to struggle not only to keep a job but to actually make sure to be safe and the continue working throughout covid-19 this year Labor Day very much a day to think reflect to look at the reality of what's happening in America, some people without jobs some people struggling but right now we need to stop and think think the people who have kept us going for the last six months because I'll be honest with you if we hadn't had the people the grocery store the people in doctors offices in the hospitals the police officers the firemen all those people working. We'd be even worse off now than what we are dead.

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Another Full Moon (MM #3452)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 10 months ago

Another Full Moon (MM #3452)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. We're in the middle of another full moon know we had one about every month sometimes 2 in a month depends on where they fall exactly wage the lunar cycles, but when you look up in the sky at night right now, it's the corn moon now, I didn't realize until just recently that each and every Moon had a special name. You've heard of the Blue Moon not necessarily the song that there was a blue moon the Harvest Moon Shore, but the corn Moon that was kind of new to me. Now. It makes sense. If you go to the Old Farmer's Almanac it's name for the time of year when they harvested the Staples like corn and pumpkins and squash beans and wild rice. So it goes back many years that goes back to the Algonquin tribes. But according to NASA this full moon is also known as the fruit moon and the barley moon in parts of Europe the Hungry Ghost Moon in China, and I guess have always had names her at least most of them have had names but now each and everyone has to why so we can talk about it more but it's kind of funny. We all have different names for it. Everything's kind of similar the same but just slightly different. Isn't that the world we live in, Georgia?

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"last month" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

09:53 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Friends until the podcast Lou. It's been too long you know and I'm not talking about Danny be or whatever I'm bringing a spectrum into you guys I'm bringing a guy that's musician him and I grew up with went to see pink floyd together. We're going to tell you stories about getting together at night and buying twenty dollars worth of weed and getting twenty seven joints smoking a mall but just you know and then each going home with one joint so that means we smoked twenty two joints between five of us. I mean we were kids together. I got another guy. I'M GONNA call. That was another very special friend of mine He was a little old but he was in my sophomore home room. He was just a blast. I saw him toll teachers to go. Fuck themselves I've seen them do some crazy stuff. I'm sure we'll cover it and we're GONNA have my brother on my brother's going to talk to you guys about when used to make a rob gas stations and make him pick me up and he wouldn't even know he was picking me up. 'cause I was robbing a gas. How would you feel if I had pick me up in front of the Cuban Joint Burbank? At four thirty. And you're like where's the sandwiches? Just step on the COP go. Why why why what's going on? I just robbed them. Why did you Robin Get at my car? Toge Robin you would show up struble so I had to trick everybody. So He's the guy I had a trick and I'm trying to get Louis Castellino and who's going to be interesting. Because his brother his uncle was the guy that they hung in the guy that they choked in. Fuck in that movie on. Hbo and everybody all the obstacles. What's his name on? Hbo and Netflix Net flicks. About the fucking what? Fuck Lakshman the Irishman. He's as uncle was the guy who Tony Bo joked in the car but I mean the guy that killed and then they. That's his uncle is but Louis cast lead up has got stories of US. Go and see. Ac DC on acid going to movie theaters out acid. And he's buck wild but I know he works nights so I gotta catch him in between sleeping snort and getting his dick sucked and going through his warehouse. Kind of fucking tough. So it's GONNA be tough but we're going to try these things because Yeah this this quarantine. We had some fucking tremendous guests that up at David profile coming in from mean streets in the Sopranos. I had the fucking guy who who was going to play who played Counties wife and the husband of the Godfather who Saudi beat him up. He was coming out because he was doing a project with victim. Knickebocker longest added tremendous musician. Who now I don't know if I can reschedule him. 'cause he's back in fucking Chicago. I had him coming on. But this corona virus ruined a lot of things a lot of people. I'm just fortunate that I could still get through to you guys as you can tell. I'm not selling comedy dates. I'm not doing nothing I just want. You Guys Know Java voice that you have somewhere to go to people going through the same fucking thing as you are will not know better. We all put our pants on one leg fucking time. You know what parts of the day? I feel like fucking driving the car off a cliff but I closed my eyes and I think about prison and I think about confinement. Think about what I could do with my day. The break up the fucking day okay. Today's Tuesday I'm definitely jerking off eight times. I just gotTa pick what time and put it on the schedule. So I know what I'm living for. Oh should I have the state? No I got a jerk off in ten minutes. I don't WANNA call for the stake in my stomach. Does I might have a fucking heart attack. So these are the things that happen in quarantine you know. I hope what I really acquiring team when you're in fucking prison this is what happens you got to. You revolve dare. I'm masturbation us. Yeah you gotTa Schedule Bang on Adelaide Shower. Banging on eleven thirty take a nap. Eat Something Bang another one out. Go to catch and eat something. Bang another one out and then you know you got a bank to them up before you go to bed. Nothing comes out of your nuts seconds. Just pure fucking by that point you just jiggling around like a retard and he fucked pass out but my point is this has been completely different. You got notebooks. You have computers. You have a room. You could do jumping jacks sit ups on if you haven't taken care of what the. Fuck Abba take care of. This is on you bitch. You've had six weeks now for whoever you motherfuckers you got two weeks left. Whatever you plan on doing door please just do it. Just fucking do what the big fucking deal all right. Get it all to. You can move on back to work. And no fuck and scouting closet you motherfucker. There's like another thirty days in seclusion like uncle. Joey and you know who you are. Jersey going nowhere Q. Motherfuckers contaminated till the end of Time New York City. You're dead you live in New York right now. Just take a look at that wall. Jesus Christ I'm up to paint that flopping not going nowhere you know I mean there's parts of the country that you gotta accept it. Nobody died in Louisiana the day that was the first day that nobody punched the ticket. Thank God I don't know what's going on anywhere. I just know that here. I'm social distancing. I'm washing my hands more. You know they checked. It gives an jazz were living. I hope they watch the hands because some of those chicks go from job to hand job. You might as well go up Dixon. The Cub Scouts. It's like being the cub scouts. You Rub your Cub Scout. Said then they play big a boo the fucking leaders sex. Whoever has the warmest cal I got thrown out of the comes? They WANNA be there anyway with those fucking nerd fucking communists I last three meetings with those fucking homos and I said I gotta get the Fuck Outta here so anyway. My point is what have you got left to do do it. You got two weeks me. I got a month. I've got a month to my book. I can't wait the fucking lay down now to new perspective and I knew this. It's like the reason why we didn't write fuck. No Kami have no perspective. The only perspective I had that was stuck in the house and I had done all these bad things all my life. Sure I was fucking down on myself. I heard the nervous breakdown now. Back benches and a lot of you guys whatever eight. We kept showing up. What what would I tell you what the church we keep showing up and not going to be the best podcast. They're not going to be the guest. You want fucking see but guess what I stuck to my word. I kept showing up. That's it you did you fucking forty five days night another fifteen for good time while you're off whatever you decide on tell people to stay the fuck away from you. You don't really know what this really really is. Remember one thing like I've been telling you every fucking guests. Disney is not opening backup so before you go planned that trip with six people with six MIGITA bus that you're planning to say oh we're going to go to Lake Avenue before you plan on Shit About Disney. Not Opening up. I'm thinking about your safety. I'm thinking about you help mile like I'm trying to get this This little thing going on at brea. I'M GONNA keep my ticket prices low. You guys could come out. I'll be there Tuesday you know. I'M NOT FLYING NOWHERE. And if you love me if you might want to nephew you don't want me fine looking. I'm trying to lose weight. I'm trying to drink. I do everything I do everything. I'm fucking sleep and you know. I smoked today for the first time because I might have jammed his join month. Yeah I had spoke with you guys. I'm sorry that I've been a little weak in that department lately. Looking at the fucking thing was still. Smoking is what I'm talking about. We don't stop here. We go seven twenty. Four mother fuckers. If you're doing it I'm doing I don't give up. And that's it I'll be medically quarantine so far you did you. Sixty days Dui Nine how you'd feel so now you Sydney going man. I didn't want to go to jail for Dui but fuck it. I could do the standing on my like that black do before Joel. Just think about sixty days to forty five days. You didn't think you'RE GONNA come out of this. You thought you'll die. Look here from now on your favorite wake up look up a guy that if you give me another day at least I got the opportunity to fuck someone in the ass. Whether I do believe comes out of a Bush and suck my Dick. I don't know but at least I'm awake. Stop fucking feeling bad for yourself and stop it. You know Y- Y you think this Kobe motherfuckers ever see when these covert motherfucker get rolled out of a hospital. There's a black guy with a trumpet like you know celebrating. That guy don't know he hasn't been to hell yet. Three Hospital Bill Way to the bills. Start popping out. Wait.

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"last month" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

12:22 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Things is my tag got accused of cheating on my wife. No you did not love the night. That Bert Bert was doing a video for Thomson Gora. Okay Okay and he fucking says. I don't know what he proposed on twitter. I'm high as fuck. My wife goes to bed. I got on twitter about ten o'clock and Burke Post. I'm looking for any porno girls to do a video. Yeah so it just so happens I follow. I follow the fucking. I follow all the hot wife. Okay was a dirty filthy fucking animal. She has videos on them sucking dicks through holes in walls and all this shit every time I open up twitter. It's fucking four guys bouncer in Texas. She's a fucking savage. She came up to the store about three months ago and she said hello. Kate Quigley introduced it to me because she came when Kate shows in Texas. Okay and Kate says she was showing the show drive. People crazy fuck you. She makes videos of herself there on twitter. You don't have to go anywhere. There on twitter attrition fixing something that are playing with a pussy in the room and the Trish trying to fix something he looked so rather than she's playing with a pussy. Dan The four guys like fucking. How did I get involved in this? Then she makes them fucking suck addiction. She she's nuts. So Burke goes girls like he made the general call and I go. Yeah go with highly hot wife. She's a fucking from Georgia Peach. And she's got the hottest. Pussy in Texas. Not because I based it or not because I knew but because look at it. It's right there front of funk right. Oh my God I got twenty things. My wife got hit up on facebook now. Yeah so by. Who BY RANDOM PEOPLE FUCK that raises the specter imploring girls for years because let's the Chubby girl Jamie? I Love Jamie. You know why I love Jamie. Why Blue Jamie up? I'm GonNa tell you why Jamia because today's outlets you there's another one in that was empty. I think that's pretty good actually Jamie because there were there were so many girls where a couple of days that would just ask him for money right. Did you see the only fans accounts and stuff not even only fans other janiking from bid. Mo- whenever you have been from my car I'm the type of dude. I hope anybody but I'm like Bill Hicks. I want the most when my bum quarter. It's if there's two bums and I'm going to give them a call. I want them to have a talent dance. John Fly here on fire. It was up. I want the most out of my mom dollar now and my looking for a girl to show my Pussy. You know me you. WanNa show me that little battle life. I'm not gonNA look away like like the Louis C. K. GIRLS. They looked into their fingers right. I'm not GonNa do that but I'm GonNa look at it but I'm not GonNa you know look incite youth for that. So here's his girl from close by that comes to the comedy store begging for money. She's like a fucking seven she's cute and I look at Jamie who's got a pretty face. He's just a little bigger than most girls but she's up choice. He's got a great ass and she's out there doing the video. She's not showing it to she. The stand up ten minutes topless but she won't show a pussy. She won't show her. Ask a guy like me respects that guy like me says you know what his mother fucker. That's Ostlund she's not sledding. She's hustling and people. You don't even WanNa know how much money she's made good for her and thank God. God bless her but she's not showing us she's very decent. She's not showing a buzzy. She showing a teddy. You know what he's like me. Show me your boss. You said you've seen one set. You see them all. I guess but I think you go deep into that monkey you show a little bell. That's completely fucked up different now. You're fucked dirty animal. Okay Fair Enough. But and but it wasn't about that it was just the the fact that you mentioned holly hot wife and what we're doing. What did they say he will joey? We listen to podcasts. Cheat on your wife. Who said anything about cheating and then I learned a lot about broadcast. I learned a lot about media. I learned a lot about turning people's words around. Yeah recently I've learned a lot about just you know I don't I listen to you guys know my my book is an open fucking hard at this point. I don't give a fuck it's out there. The stories are out there. You WanNa hear him. I like these messages. I get on facebook. Joey can you tell me a little bit about yourself? Go on the PODCAST. Then they'll call back and go. I just listen to the radio when you put the garbage bricks in the thing. So what do you want to know about my life? That's the type of Guy Right. You know no At scary that's always worried about twist. A word in today's Internet is a nightmare. But it's not just the intimate it's reporters have been doing it for years. They turned the tone of something around. I didn't turn it as a town that slept with her at no. No I never said that might tone was looking at. She's hot piece ask. You could see her videos on all the time when I step up for Jamie. I'll call Jamie right here in front of you right now and ask Jamie ever. I haven't gotten a freshman year. I don't WanNa see a pussy. I applaud what she's doing because she's not staying at home waiting for the fuck of the hand up. That's Never GonNa come and I love especially like it would be still out of character for you now only GonNa just cheat on your wife. Who had on the podcast but then be to put it out there online. Like if I had anyone who is blake who would be going to keeping a secret I think Joe I think Joe it would be pretty good at. Nobody's business out there. There's some five hundred stories I tell and I got two thousand. My can't go right now. I got this deal with audio boom with audio book right. I'm going to tell the story. Oh Yeah I'll have to cut him down a little bit. I can't say the names. I have stories that you could have this this situation. The last couple of weeks may being quarantined than me going places in my mind having been trust me guys to get out of this fucking anxiety to have what I'm doing it. The only way the reward myself is to write this down and give it the end the audio book. Because I'm give you real feelings. What I went through at that time remember. I've been to prison and I'm an only child. Quarantine doesn't affect me like affects other people. I could have you know. I can have a thing on my mind like I've done everything that I sat off to do break. I still haven't cleaned the bookshelf yet. But everything else pretty much. I wanted cleaned out notebooks. Railway notebooks looked at material. Got Rid of it on. The computer wasn't creative. There was no creativity out of me in March the creativity and start coming out about April eighteenth. That's when I could really feel it fall a lot better. What back on the Alphabrain. I haven't been alphabrain like three or four months. I went back on the Alphabrain when I really started writing and I really started looking at the silver lining and I found it. I found it with the audio boom. You know I put my summit together. My plan was right now. We're going for the survival today. What are we GONNA do today? Okay what's going to happen in thirty days from now? Ma- GARCETTI IS GONNA announce a fifteen day. The Governor News is announced fifteen more days voice and for New York that puts US at June. Fucking I Texas is already opening up. Some comedy clubs May Twenty Seven. Nashville was not allowing live entertainment. They are opened. The restaurants are open and tassled right off the bat so we all have to wait before they make moves and this just has not the comedy. This applies to you guys. You guys know what I'm talking about that. You don't really know what's going to happen. You're going to go back to your office. Are they gonNA take happy as and put you in the office? Do you see what new office anybody see. Sixty minutes and see what the new office is. It GonNa look like how you going to sit down and office. You can only walk in one direction. That is going to be arrows on the floor telling you what direction your going. We all have to be bad for this half is do you really have to go to work. No okay then everything from home. All we need those files will download. We don't even go to files anymore. Whole files Tall Online. So all of these things are gonNA happen so be prepared for me talking about you know people at home struggling work at home. They never had somebody not being over there back. It was. I'm still not great at it. I'm better than when I started five six years ago. But it's it's definite skill because you go in other people you don't WanNa be the one guy like looking at your phone so but being at home just by yourself was hard. I can't imagine being home with a family or roommate. It's a wedding quarantine. Yeah this is taught me to love my wife again. Not In love. But I've fallen in love with a when you go through something together with another human being whether Illinois. Let's say two roommates. Let's say you were roommates with a person right now that you did not get that you were about to evect right before this pandemic APP and now you have to stand when in two months and now you've got to see a different side of him and he got to see the different side you and you actually like each other and you had to talk to each other. I know for a fact things like that have happened. I know for a fact that some men. That's why there's no alcohol my ass. Some men and Women Abba Couple Beers. You know this financial stresses and one of them says you know leash equipped that John Wall. Now this is my fault. I was supposed to know that thought. Ken was going to release the Flu. In Fuck in February. So this Atta Mossy Right now. Going home in my world. Everything is forgiven during this pandemic. Everything fucking forgiven. Let's try to do the best we can. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I'm a father a husband just like you guys. Listen to podcasts. Dot Me the two weeks. Look me in the fucking I Tommy. The first two we she didn't take you gonNA stab your wife. Remember that second week when he was sitting at home and often on the computer. Domestic violence is up. And you're like man. I'll sudden something happened. You started talking to your wife or your girlfriend and you saw that side of that. We took for granted for a long time. Because this is what all this is about the things. We've taken for granted for the longest time. How easy it was for us to order GRUB hub. You ought to Grub up a couple times I snap recently okay so this is what. I'm saying that people this is also going to teach you what you can live with that. Yeah this is also going to let you know what you could live without you. In two hundred and fifteen to go to the club every month. Now you're doing a workout at home. You're doing it better. You feel better. Maybe I'll save the two hundred and fifteen dollars. There's nothing better than finding out things you can live without. That's always fantastic finding out what you can live without mostly.

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"last month" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on Mixergy

"Go to sleep. Give me like Johnny minutes of what happens after that could be a good course. Struggling Really Dad. Yeah absolutely I'll be a real easy one unintentionally. That's the other thing we discovered is a lot of times like people wanted to learn not from experts which is very different from how he liked initially raise money. People wanted to learn from people that reminded them of themselves so which was fascinating because I love the idea of million dollar teachers and I still do a lot of cases. You don't need the million dollar teacher teacher that reminds you of you. Yeah I get that. I don't want somebody. Who's an expert gardener to tell me how to garden or the person who's really good at cooking to tell me how to cook too far ahead of me? Just tell me when other than what I'm doing how it can grow potatoes my backyard. Just in case the whole world goes to pie by the example. I use this. I'm like dude I'm not gonNA. I'm not gonNA relate to Steph Curry Teaching Basketball League. Let's start let's start with the other Indian kid that's late like let's start there. Oh Yeah I mean. I didn't know that I don't have been in a well known Indian so in the early eighties. The big immigration boom just because the country had a ton of oil and like a ton of South Asians moved there including my parents. We need to have better job opportunities. So they've been there thirty years. I went to Indians only school. There's such a huge Indian community. I had no idea I did back to click funnels. Here's a final. They see all these methods that do work for increasing your sales and they just build it into their software. So we talk about one. Click up sell. Don't they build it into this into this opera? Audubon only click. They put it in the idea that if you're collecting email address with the landing page. You shouldn't just stop there and say okay. Great go check your email account. We sent you a confirmation message but instead to say all right you just give us your email address. We also have this. One dollar. Product is five dollars product. Try that and then if they buy the five dollar product you could do an upsell because you've got their credit card information all that stuff everything that goes into taking a stranger and turning them into a customer. It's a tool that you have to mess around with and figure out. Do I want to do? I not feel good about it do I know I can I put it? Can I not the thing about Click finals? You don't have to think drag it in their due for a day and then see what happens. I remember one of the First Times that I did with click finals. They had an order bump to have something that I could sell. And Rebecca was working with me said Andrew Euro this whole guide. You're sitting in Napa you so freaking proud of how about I make that. Look good and we sell that. I think that's what she did. Said was the beads. Had All these beads. You see the beat on my on my mic. That's what it was giving away. The guy to get email addresses his way of getting people to follow my journey to run a marathon on every continent right and I said if I have a big following for that the people who can get me to end art at the people who Someone out there is going to help you get tent article because the people can me? Tanto refused to let me get on the continent because it's a big waiting list and all these international laws and it was. I said how do I get people on? I created this landing page. Great Rebecca said Andrew. We gotta try this tool cell bead. Daca SAL beans. What do you mean because just sag? Now let's say fine. We saw bees for five bucks. People gave us five dollars for beads. And then we had this. Like course she said Andrew just do an up sell. Sell the course you have. It is recorded. Tell people was selling for this much. You're going to self try something revenue coming in from this thing that all I was trying to do like email addresses so somebody can help you get tent article by the way someone did a guy named Eric who created when he created a beer. He's a nurse. Who's helped the people who helped runners in endurance athletes all over the world? He joined my email list. He said Andrew. I think I knew how to get to get your article. Sent me a bunch of different ways. One of them. I got Antarctica. We stayed friends. He created a beer. I said I want to be the first customer the beer and here it is. It's called the Ski Patrol Colorado. So this is the things could be anyway back to this thing. Balance of free endorsement rights patrol Colorado. Right T shirt to. I thought Perry sent me a t-shirt In addition so here's the deal. All that happened because I created a click funnels page. Didn't even mean to sell but I ended up finding revenue coming in. I know that the sames over the top. I know that you're not gonNA believe it until you try it so I'm GonNa let you try for free if you go to click funnels dot com slash mixer. They will let you try it for free for two weeks..

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"last month" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

11:19 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on Mixergy

"Grow your sales if you want to start in business. I'm GonNa tell you later on why you need a funnel. And WHY CLICK FUNNELS DOT COM up. You get click funnels dot com slash mixture. We'll get it done right anchor. What happened to sales? GimMe Gimme some sales numbers and I've been talking in private twelve. Dm What can you absolutely. I mean Basically for the last twenty days or there's only been one day where creators of so less than a million dollars worth of courses were about ten million dollars for the day in the next fifteen minutes today. Creators have sold a million dollars worth of online courses. That are hosted by teachable. Correct every single day and before that. How much would they do? So last month is a good example. Last month. Creators close to thirty Just about thirty million dollars up from twenty four million the month before so very very very large twenty five percent month over month growth which is far far higher than ever predicted. And that's a lagging indicator with you right because it's not like somebody goes and creates a course in boom gets a million dollars in sales right so tell me about so. That's a really interesting question because typically what we see. Yeah it's it's absolutely lagging indicator on average. It takes about seventy to eighty days from someone creating account to selling in the last few weeks. It's fallen to forty days and I think what's happening is a lot of people are having sales immediately. A lot of them are like in business pivoting to going online or in other cases people that have intended to launch a course now doing it much much faster so for both reasons. We're seeing the window come down. It's still forty days. But forty days is a medium which means a lot of people are launching faster. Okay in a number of new creators coming onto the platform. How's IT impacted. Also going up a lot so couple of metrics one is new customers. New Customers gathered two thousand new customers last month. Moreover the number of people having a sale for the first time grew almost one hundred percent last month so all our metrics other last night is students. Taking courses is also off about one hundred percent month over so it's just crazy numbers like a lot. We're fast growing business. Not this fast like this is definitely circumstances. Outsider control allow. Wow I you know what I have to remember to think about that part of the equation to. It's not just that you've got more people who are selling you're getting more revenue for yourself. It's that they're more students who have time because they're at home looking for something to do. An incentive Netflix. Their eyes light up as I say so. We had two consecutive weeks at finally stabilize two consecutive weeks where our traffic grew forty percent week over week and thirty percent week over week it was. It was crazy and this is all traffic. Teachable ended completely flatlined after that but for context like we would have taken forty to fifty percent growth on that side over the course of a year or so to come close to that in a week was unprecedented and had happened for another week and then again completely flat but it's now flat and this new level that's by fifty percent higher until what I'm taking away from. This is actually before me giving my theories. I'd rather hear from you. What do you think is going on? Why are people logging onto teachable? Creating accounts what's up so multiple things going on right One online education is sort of having its moment like everyone thought online education would be a really big deal. It is a big deal but it's been developing somewhat steadily. This has been a force factor. All of a sudden all education has become online education. So that definitely has been a big big forcing factor. The second thing is the creator economy which is again when we talk about basically teachers earning money as creators and I've invested in other companies. Also were in the same space and they've been doing incredibly well into space in the online edition and Creator economy. Basically influence are selling online digital products. We also an environment where people are afraid for their jobs or they've lost their jobs. They don't have much money. They're watching their spending more. And as a result they're less likely to go and pay for an online course when there's Youtube for free. Why didn't that happen so so two things and one I? This is a theory of mind. Totally be wrong. Because I've been asking myself the same question. Like why am half expecting the other shoe to drop like we? For instance sink. Our sales can come down because there's a recession people will spend less not seeing that so either. It's going to happen sooner. It won't it won't my working theory. In the northern working theory is maybe online courses are actually the cheap version of an expensive thing so a lot of times online courses not like the difference between doing nothing or buying art or youtube is now. People are comparing comparing to traditional education and other more expensive alternatives so it is the first so okay in that sense I can see why online courses will thrive in an environment like this because you know nine courses very cheap compared to a thousand or ten thousand one hundred thousand dollar college program average prior to go to college do I go onto teachable or go onto. I don't think people are. I don't think do you think people are saying. Do I go to college or do I go to this? Online influences coarser this person's businesses course. Not In that sense but if you sort of think about I need to level myself up and like to be better prepared for the job market game example in my own family my brother is getting an MBA for that purpose by brother was like. I WANNA see how my career is going. I WANNA step level function of in my career. And he's doing is now and traditionally people did that to coach boot camps for the same reason so I can see that sort of being thing right where look I wanna change my career path. A little bit on I can see that being a factor I can also frankly see for a lot of courses. The whole hybrid. It's like educational entertainment like forty dollars. Yoga class or something is sort of the kind of thing I think people would feel. Okay about spending right now. Both of us just hypotheses like. I don't have conviction behind any of these theories and I'm curious sort of what happens in the coming months. I haven't seen the creator economy. Take at least my interviews. I'm absolutely seeing that clear channel's I interviewed founder. He said something similar people who've been on the fence and finally getting up and grading landing pages Gum Road people wanted. Create an evoke going on finally creating an e book another interview that I've done. I've definitely seen a lot more of that. What's an example? Of course people are taking on teachable. Right now to level up. I mean it's all it's all over the place right lake right now. It's we have courses on programming. Doing really well building. A business is going like starting online businesses like probably fastest growing category. But we also had lots of fun club by fun. Classes like vocal training and Yoga and kicked at creating sort of all over the place not been like very very clear trends in types of courses So it seems to me like you kind of lucked into not lucked into this. You happen to be true. It's true it's bad monkey away from that word. So if someone's listening to us and go all right. I didn't happen to create a platform for creating courses online. It didn't happen to be in a world where everyone is now stuck at home and either taking a course source or creating a course but I do want to take advantage of this creator economy. What do you recommend that they do? Is it just go Korean course? Or what else create product crepe build an audience and south building audience and sallow product. Who that audience right so I would. I would start again. Started building audience. I like even though you can do that. Teachable intangibles not gonNA help you there. I think building an audience a thief to find her medium. Everyone has different mediums for some people. It's writing on if you're writing recommending long-form twitter to build your audience simple visual people. You know something like Instagram Better for them. You know some people are podcast host so finding your medium building an audience than selling a your audience. What that product is. I mean I'm biased. Towards courses in information products but it can be. Coaching can be consulting services But I do believe and again that is the move that is what have more conviction in a lot of people in the last month in the next couple of months will make their first dollar online like far more people than ever before and that trend. I have a lot of. I've always believed in that time. That's why we started the company but that trend is being accelerated dramatically. And I think when people kind of make the first dollar online that's really really special moment for a ton of people like If you look at our face we have facebook community like most post game like. I Dunno like five ten fifteen lakes whenever someone says. Oh my God I just got my first sale Three hundred people engage with them in such a special feeling and I think a lot of people are getting their first sale online right now and I think that's really cool. You know for some reason. I don't think of teachable as the platform for people to go when they're creating their first product. I think they're GONNA go to some bad version. And then I think of you because there are a couple of examples that I think of with teachable. Facebook is one that they've created an online course using teachable. Right about that. They had one for training awhile back. I think it's still alive but they're not. Our target audience is more individual creators. I it's the need some of the businesses that I've interviewed who created for some reason. I always think it's like this where you want the Polish version to be. But you're right there are pe- obviously right. It makes sense that there'd be people who are just getting started also going to teachable and seeing if you literally for people who are getting started. Really tell them you can tell someone to send me fifty dollars hundred dollars or whatever. It doesn't matter like technology do back. But Yeah teachable. Very often is not a quick and dirty but it can be Do you feel like you sold your business too soon. You sold it just weeks before this whole thing happened. Yeah so let me let me give it a little bit more context a acquisition or merger. I'M GONNA ask you to explain the difference between the two accordingly sort of decide what this is but the business we sold to is basically doing exactly what we're doing in Latin America about three times our size so to me. It was just good business to put the two businesses together. Because you now collectively have just this larger business non-competitive identical mission. It just made to me was a good business decision like we weren't trying to sell the company. But so now you're product. Head of teachable and teachable as the US based version of the product. Right correct I mean we remain a US own a US subsidiary basically I remain the CEO. Of teachable I report into the CEO of Hot Martin in Brazil but our products stay independent and we keep running our business. They keep running. There's there's in time we'll find synergies in terms of like like we should all like duplicate all of technology but right downing are everything stays the same. I mean are we continue to execute the way we have been it? Just now were part of this. Bigger global thing wonder if they'll change name to teachable. Hot MART IS A. It's a good brand but teachable. Great I I love it and obviously you know I have. I feel about that in a certain way but we'll see we'll see how it goes. Merger Acquisition IAGO. It used to be called Fedora. What did you teach? Dot Com? 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"last month" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

Happy Abundant Hippies

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

"So let me see I took notes because I was journaling on this family as constant naked in such a deep level even when beliefs and lifestyles are different there is this connection and I want to call it love but I don't I don't know it could also be attachment or I ultimately I think there is love I think even sometimes when parents or kids don't follow this path or aren't aren't following the characteristic of how your kid is supposedly Ohi your parents are supposed to be there is still love even if the lifestyles are different in there is deeper connection they just can't been denied because it is a connection that we don't even have control of our blood or etc so that was brought up to me so important because when my grandma passed away I felt mob's paint I fell moms pain brought up so much family stuff and so I had to like I recognize that we the family is so deep even beyond the the relationship we have with them and then going into family the third thing that I learned is that there exists a perfect balance between individuality and Code and I guess the collective or the community or relationships with other people and it's a delicate beautiful balance the balance which I'm always like constantly learning to balance the balance between our individual desires on the life that we want and having that align with the community the collective the direction the world is going and so I'm learning to really implement the things that you want things that I'm passionate about one of the things I love talking about with community with reality with the collective with the people I know and so that my own personal beliefs and the beliefs that I want to see in reality aligned and some that are aligned and so that isn't itself a really interesting balance especially Julie Yet who you are within that families I- NAMIC like for me it was kind of that balance was thrown off when younger me me and also the people around me that people that I love the people that I care about and the people that I want more in my life and creating stronger connections and in regards to creating stronger connections the fourth thing that I've learned in that I've always known just been reaffirm I'm to me is that people are ultimately good like it's so hard to to think about all the past situations that have happened in the past and are currently happening in our personal lives as well as around in the world and it's easy to be like you know this place is crap people are mean people are judging all the time but in my reality I found that that is always something in our heads that's something that we got out of watching things and media and listening to people and Reading comments on Youtube or an threads or like memes are just mean but when we are we are mindful or to directly her someone else that's that's my personal reality that's my own personal belief is that most people are just inherently good no most people want to live a good life most people want good things for their family most people want to improve themselves most people want to be their life most people want to do more and I just realized that so much to when I was traveling internationally that were all kinds of just the same and if if our world has been our our history low network connection.

"last month" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

Happy Abundant Hippies

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on Happy Abundant Hippies

"The information that we digest the belief that we have the way we act that we feel the thing the way we direct our life also has an energetic impact on the job Rations ahead in the generations previously if we do the energetic work welcome to the happy under hippies podcast my name is guidance to expand mentally emotionally financially and spiritual get ready to use the power of your mind to manifest that lifestyle and freedom you desire for doing well so I wanted to get on really quickly because I was doing reflecting on my last this month because this month is the beginning of October and it's also going to be my solar return which means My birthday is on October seventeenth so my one year the La- coming around I'm going to be twenty eight so that means twenty eight years around the on would would but I was reflecting on the last month the month of September and there was a lot that's happened on in that month that I it was really really good to reflect on as you guys may know on I went to Paris and London Mid-september and when I came back from the I learned that my grandma passed away why shouldn't pass away when I was gone she passed away like a week or so later after I came back and that brought up a lot of pass believe a lot of ancestral like a lot of like family her a lot of like made me think about my relationships with people and so it really had this catalyst that that that I had to pay attention to but anyway so here's a few things that I learned about myself about life and just things that things that I've known but are like coming to my attention a lot more and meeting the attention from me and so I'm learning to pay attention to to these areas but the first thing I learned about myself or generally is that mm-hmm traveling internationally has really increased my confidence in a new place in a new territory in an area where I don't know the language and the reason why it really has increased my confidence is because now that I kind of know like what it's like to travel internationally now I kind of know that lake when I am in an unfamiliar situation I can always count on myself I know that I can adapt very well I know that I do very well in those situations because now I've been put there and I've had to react and interact with other people and really manage my way around that and I was able to do that so well and knowing that it has increased the confidence in myself knowing that when a situation happens I will know what to do or at least like I will have that moment to react and I can only react in that moment mm-hmm because a lot of the times I would go back in the past and I would think things a law and I would just like go back and forth decisions and even after I made a decision and I'm going into this later you went after made a decision I'd still go back in wonder if that was the right decision for me so that is the first thing that I learned that traveling internationally or being an unfamiliar places as increase my confidence because I know that when I when I am something happens at the moment I can react well and I've known that about myself but now it's just been reassured and reaffirmed and I always know that with repetition we're with reaffirmed coming beliefs get stronger and stronger now the second thing that I learned is that family is so important like the good and the bad like I know we all have relationship with our family we all have not so much strong relationships with with our family but even whether we have a good or bad relationship there is this still like the fact that we are connected to our family members in such a deep way energetically through our beliefs attitudes through our DNA of course and through the memories of the DNA and the memories that have impact Palestine and times and traumas that have been paused passed on it's undeniable that we do have this connection and.

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"last month" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on No Jumper

"A._p. A._p. gee. I mean they fucking sign young boy young boy. Does how do place does and your music is like. I'm not saying are like like him. Exactly whatever but this definitely early life anyone who loses your definitely potentially become a fan of you know. We talked about the sci shit. You know this is sort of melodic but like real st. John and it's like it's like an hour later means they are at the same thing like how you put up the numbers and you not even signed my what's the treat great 'cause they got all these artists that are just trying to do some number yeah they got. They got a lot of every night. We got a lot of artists that some only put up the mumbles made like how you doing on and i in a lab because i'd be like see instagram facebook. Streets rates are really a at three hundred thousand followers on facebook have mu g twitter is where all the fucking three hundred thousand subscribers on you too right. Yeah i mean we we like something like i'm on instagram on twitter but i feel like a lot like real sort of like people that are really in the trenches and shit. They're on facebook facebook. I tell people all the time. I jeez is that people know what's going on. This is the media is like what's going on. His musical goal is is like they want to know. What's popular rappers are yeah. That's where everybody has. You know two models the where the kids you went to high school with facebook is hall who whole oh block may write down all the boot on the book. That's where i love being facebook my favorite to be it. That's why i mad all right. I'm becky jail up in jail sixty day. God god damn. I've been in jail on april may and sixty days. I just got out wait. What did you do a._b. I don't even tell someone clapham from my talk like all tittle by them were killed them on facebook of a suitable needs to be telling me then i'd be like sir invite the komo but like now. I took a pitch in a footlocker on my hand like that that's it i was gonna be. He posted real motherfucking goes. I did my favorite like this. It goes against our code of conduct that i said man this bluesy so then they let me out of jail <hes> this time of the fuller center sheet up training it all day. They shut me down again up up by what's going on video. Come back alive go by types you know they may be out two days slamming his begley wants. The cell phone got out of making a whole. That's where everybody everybody about it now the reliability i ain't a hoe phased. We're gonna long odds. You're gonna get a g you go yeah facebook instagram's all about trying to find a girl before she gets she blows up and gets flown out by gun or some shit bottom before anybody else realizes billy way to like to look real. Don't follow nobody dudes or deputy looking through you fall out. She was so weird because now with instagram is so easy to look at a girls' pitcher and see who follow liked it on god and you're like god damn by and you're just wondering all these dudes beat right there. I like this tonight. I'll get to sears with the social. Also media beats on girlfriend now. It's simpler doing all the mayor to literally married there you go. That's also how long you've been married for. When i was an arranged marriage somebody you're born. You're born into this arrangement gazillion zipper here with me guys we. How many times have you left a chains on sex rex. Is that something that really happens coming out because there are towns. They'd be just comedy hugging. Okay yeah well yeah so you put your your friend on the road so he passed like a year ago it a little longer her. I'm really familiar..

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"last month" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"last month" Discussed on No Jumper

"Of love. Your music is that you get really in depth with talent stories about what's going on and stuff and a lot of times people might even leave comments that are like why are incriminating yourself. How do you feel about that. Is that something that's going through your head in the studio now criminally myself. I got the right to freedom of speech. I of our in america i got the right the freedom of speech and as you know we have a thick imagination you deal saying we are allowed to lie fabricated backups. You get them saying. I'm unfriendly freelance rapper like i told him onto nineteen. I'm afraid lays rapple now miami. I don't be man. I'm just doing with mixed rapid online it. Doesn't you know really. I'm just like a news report and you know what i'm saying like. We're going in the streets. I just hearing about it and our apple bed. You'll get jose incriminate myself. I'm good news. You never had a cop during communications at cobb. You never had a cop point. Yeah you leaders and say you said this particular situation because we keep hearing about that happening more and more now but they all say that but they say looking your video this look what you do. How do they did back in the day when i first came out big fo five on my hip big chopping video of i i don't know it's like a real right of passage was always do it. When they're young. They always have to stop at some point in some only stop going. I'll be another fan. You ain't got no. You ain't gotta show their base. You really don't bloated b._j. Showed their business so now bro. I don't do them all right. I think my video with the stick was the word around town and i'm on my leg. If i if i got it got sticking the video is is like scripted israel might this. I feel like with certain rappers yourself probably included the fan base is just going to take it for granted granted that you're capable of protecting yourself. It's it's the young rapper who are the ones who are really trying to prove looking me. I actually got to stick man's easy to get a gun and he holds back in the day man. It was like losing a gang like twenty one now. It's five sixty guns. I get what i'm saying. I got to pay right so like i don't know where they guinea gone from. Already leonid guinea governs well you guys down there right. Mexico was probably a little bit of trains trains all the distribution coming. Try get stopped. That's right this is that were you when you look at the the climate of everybody. Having guns is a big conversation going on in this country right now because all the mass shootings and stuff and it always is kind that question of of assault rifles in particular should be outlawed also see like i feel like i feel like do needed gonna get them saying like america the city going on mason. D you see the fake ass security guards. They wanna be like act like a police lease got into goes down. Come on man you need jew but but the system is set up it's so fucked up because if you are failing and you can't own a firearm and if you're if you're any type of gang affiliated in in this current you know you you ain't bout no good bought it out the street. You know they still going you can catch a body. You still gonna get hit. You can't have a handle on because you time recently right yeah own mark. Doc on my cases is deadly little with a foul. I can just tell me planning clear. I'm staying straight. I i did a video with robert stupid super young where we went to long beach and they're just happened to be this fucking machine gun in in a garage that a bunch of his home he's were hanging out in. He picked it up.

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"last month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"last month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"So what does that mean means there's a there's a few people on the edge of the labor market that that could still be pulled in people that are discouraged to discourage to look for work. And and there's probably a fair number of people that do. Have jobs, so they're not showing up and unemployment, but they're like, I would like more hours like a better job. So there's still some discontent out there and the labor force participation rates still fairly low. Yeah. Especially the overall number when you look at when you narrow down a look at the prime age folks twenty five to fifty four it's rising still still not all the way recovered from previous to pre recession levels, but it's rising. But yeah, when you consider that the fact that we're an aging society and more people are retiring, it's very hard for the labor force participation to to increase, and you know, that's a concern because obviously workers are major input to economic growth. And if we have a limited supply of those, you know, that's a challenge to maintain a three percent growth rate, which administration said it's a goal, and we should say that labor force participation rate held steady in November at sixty two point nine percent, Eric I would assume this keeps the fed on track to raise interest rates at this month meeting, which you know, they're probably going to do anyway. Yeah. I don't think there was any red flag in this. This report that will change the feds very near term outlook. But you know, I think heading into twenty nineteen it's going to be a little different than we've gotten accustomed to with the fed the last few years. I don't think then a preset course of rate increases after December. And they're going to be watching to see what happens with wages. What happens with unemployment? So they'll be watching the next job reports very closely Wall Street Journal labor economics reporter, Eric Morath who joins us from Washington. Thanks, eric. Sure. Happy to join you. And that's what's news. I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal..

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

"last month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Slash business. The pace of hiring slowed in November. The Labor Department said US nonfarm payrolls grew by one hundred fifty five thousand last month. That was a lot less than the expected. One hundred ninety eight thousand new jobs and down from two hundred thirty seven thousand added in October. However, the unemployment rate held steady at three point seven percent and wage growth stayed at three point one percent year-over-year. Eric Morath is labor economics reporter for the Wall Street Journal, and he joins us from Washington, Eric as I said the latest job growth figure was a bit soft. But that doesn't obscure the fact that the labor market remained solid, doesn't it? Yeah. I think this is pretty consistent with where you'd expect the numbers to come in. You know, at this point in the economic psycho. We are at a point of very low unemployment and rising wages, so it appears that employers. They're still hiring. But maybe not at the robust pace we saw earlier this year. Why is that why was the growth number smaller than forecast? I think it's. Probably a couple of factors one that. I think we can't overlook is that there's just not that many unemployed people there. So if you're hiring someone you gotta hire them from somewhere else and that takes time some businesses. I've spoke to said it is really getting hard to find the labor they need, and they would hire more if they could find more people. So I think that's part of it. You know, but I also will say like we can't ignore what's going on in the stock market some signs at the the economy is slowing. I'm not saying recession, but I'm saying that we're probably gonna slowed back down towards the two percent growth rate from three percent growth rate. And that's probably more consistent with adding one hundred and fifty thousand jobs a month rather than close to two hundred economists expected what is the significance of the jobless rate still being near a fifty year. Low three point seven percent is does that indicate you know, employers are having a hard time finding workers or everybody's working. What about that? Yeah. I think we're getting to the point where the unemployment rate is mostly just reflecting people who are kind of in between jobs as opposed. Two five years ago. We were talking about that rate being high because people are out on employed for months, and months and months, who's benefiting is folks at the lower end of both the education spectrum, and I think the wage spectrum places like, you know, retailers restaurants, home care workers are having to raise their wage rates to to either attract employees, or maybe even to entice someone who's been out of work for awhile. And not really looking to come back. Let's talk about wages hourly wages grew six cents. In November two twenty seven thirty five that was an average and they were up three point one percent from the previous November. That's still strong, isn't it? And you know, the primary reason consumer spending as robust. Yeah. Yeah. Certainly the year-over-year trend is strong. At matched October is the best annual gain since two thousand nine so that's that's positive the monthly numbers. Economists were a little bit disappointed with with those numbers as well. There had been some expectation of a of a further acceleration in wages, given like we talked about the tight labor, mar. But, you know, overall, the numbers show wages, and employment are increasing that should support consumer spending. And of course, consumer spending is the the bulk of the US economy. Let's talk about a broader measure of unemployment, Eric, including those to discourage to look for work, plus Americans still in part time jobs want to work more. It was up a bit to seven point six percent in November. This is the measure called the use six. Yeah. That was a little curious to me that the unemployment rate is holding at a forty nine year low, but the U six is actually edged up the last couple of months, and I think it's worth noting that the U six is actually above where it was in like ninety nine two thousand when unemployment rate with last kind of near four percent. But it wasn't. You know, the unemployment rate was lower is lower than it was at that time. But this you six is more.

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01:42 min | 2 years ago

"last month" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"I'm Charlie Turner in New York for the Wall Street Journal in a moment. We'll talk with the journals Eric Morath about the November employment report, which showed a slowdown and job growth. At this point in the economic cycle. We are at a point of very low unemployment and rising wages, so it appears that, you know, employers. They're still hiring. But maybe not at the robust pace we saw earlier this year. I hear some other stories in Vienna. Friday OPEC and Russia agreed to a deal to a significant production cut that would mop up a global oil supply glut, the organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries along with Russia and its allies will curb oil output by a collective one point two million barrels a day under the deal still under consideration. Opec nations would cut eight hundred thousand barrels and the Russia led group would handle the remainder. Crude oil prices jumped on the news. President Trump Friday said he's chosen William. Far as his next attorney general bar served in that role for two years in the George H W Bush administration, he would succeed acting attorney. General Matthew Whitaker who has drawn criticism for his attacks on the special counsels Russia investigation, Mr. Trump also plans to nominate Heather Nauert a State Department spokeswoman as the new ambassador to the United Nations with tobacco sales slumping Altria group. The maker of Marlboro and Virginia Slims is making bets on new sectors in search of growth Altria said it would invest one point eight billion dollars for a forty five percent stake. And Kronos group a Canadian marijuana grower. And although Altria is discontinuing its e cigarette products. It's in discussions to invest billions of dollars to take a significant stake in jewel labs a.

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