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"last week february" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"I just it with you today. How we've been in this thing three years strong and we still trying to get the technology together. I will tell you. Part of the issue with the podcast is the same thing that makes the podcast so much fun and that is that we do it live. If all i had to do was sit at a microphone and record it would be so much easier. But we're basically trying to have a live talk show and recorded for the podcast and sometimes it just be a struggle but listen here i am on the bus of struggles still signing up because i love you all so much this year i have been talking to god about. Women evolve about being more intentional about what we're communicating and howard communicating. This is the last week february and this month. We have been talking about acceptance. If you've been connected you know. In january we talked about messy messy. Nisa changed the messiness of our life. The messiness of becoming who. We're supposed to be in god and this month we've been talking about acceptance because you can be messy and still accepted. You can learn to accept truth. You can learn to accept competence. Love enjoy enjoy is what we are focusing on this week when the scripture says the lord the joy of the lord is our strength. It's hard to find the connection between joy and strength because all have you ever noticed this like all when we're talking about like being strong growing up as kids being strong when we're in our friendship circles are being strong. It's there's never any joy connected to it. When we think of strength we think of hard we think about You know being unflinching we think about standing up to life and yet the truth is scripture tells us that the connection to strength is joy so if you are the strong friend or if you're trying to find strength i want to challenge you to not become hard but to find joy. Have you ever lost someone and degreef is so heavy and so pervasive and yet you have this memory that comes to your mind and suddenly you're laughing laughing uncontrollably and for a minute you feel them close to you for a minute. It's like they're they're with you because that memory is so fresh and you feel stronger than you did. When you were sitting in the grief joy that comes even in the middle of grief gives us strength to stand up to the present painful that is our life jolie even in the middle of being brought. I have been broke sometimes and been like laughing at something this like. It's not even funny. Like i can still go get make chicken like i not be able to afford that but i can still go get chicken like that. It's not even funny and yet for some reason. I feel a little less broke. When i'm laughing. My husband and i could be in the middle of a of a heated exchange and he could look at me or say something or bring up this memory. And i will start live and now i can't even be angry anymore because of joy i want to remind you that is this year is toughest things can become that the key is always that things change. Sometimes that we find joy in the middle of the president. I am like you. I'm tired of it. I'm tired of the mask. I'm ready to travel. I'm ready to be out without fear. I'm there to and yet. It is a joy that has allowed us to have moments of intense reprieve in the middle it on so mad challenge for you. This week is to do something that makes you laugh. Watch a comedy show. Go follow some stupid stupidity council on social media that just walk around doing dumb stuff bind you a main that lightens up your soul. This podcast bring you to. Maybe i need I need a song about joining academy song. That's about smiling. That's not a badgley. Any song about joy.
Randomized Trial of C5a Receptor Inhibitor Avacopan Shows Promise in ANCA-Associated Vasculitis
"C five a receptor inhibitor. Of copan is being studied for the treatment of anti neutral fill. Side of plasma antibody anca associated vascular itis in the advocate randomized trial. Three hundred thirty one patients with anca associated vascular litis were assigned to receive oral evacuate pan at dose of thirty milligrams twice daily or oral prednisone on a tapering schedule. All the patients received cyclophosphamide followed by as thia prynne or toxic. Map remission at week. Twenty six the first primary endpoint was observed in seventy two point. Three percent of patients receiving vacco pan and in seventy point one percent of patients receiving prednisone own sustained remission at week fifty. Two the second primary endpoint was observed in sixty five point. Seven percent of patients receiving vacco pen and in fifty four point. Nine percent of patients receiving prednisone serious adverse events excluding worsening vascular. Lettuce occurred in thirty seven point. Three percent of the patients receiving a vacuum pan and thirty nine percent of those receiving prednisone in this trial involving patients with anca associated vascular. Itis a vacco pen was non inferior but not superior to prednisone taper with respect to remission at week twenty six and was superior to prednisone taper with respect to sustain remission at week fifty two the safety and clinical effects of vacco pan beyond fifty. Two weeks were not addressed in the trial in an editorial kenneth warrington from mayo clinic. College of medicine and science rochester. Minnesota writes that. The advocate trial heralds a change in treatment of anca associated vascular lightest that was previously unthinkable. The possibility of inducing disease remission without glucocorticoid however all patients in this trial did receive a brief course of glucocorticoid during the screening phase or early in the trial. As press own was being tapered off and discontinued and also could receive glucocorticoid as rescue medication. An innovative aspect of the advocate trial was the use of a glucocorticoid toxicity index. That captures common glucocorticoid related. Toxic effects including change in body weight glucose tolerance blood pressure lipids myopathy neuro psychiatric features and infection
"last week february" Discussed on The Lead
"All right. So chris from your conversation with him and from watching him as a broadcaster over the years. How would you say bill. Walton has evolved from my selfish perspective. He's evolved to be more interesting. I remember watching those. Mba on nbc games with bill walton and marv albert as a kid. Bill was nothing compared to what he is now. Penetration jumpers in transition whereas the defensive resistant for minnesota walton. Was the guy in a suit and tie on nbc for several years. Kevin garnett is thirty six in the nba. Free throw attempts. That's not good enough now. He's the when there isn't a pandemic going on. He's showing up at basketball games in grateful dead shirts and he's embraced everything that he probably had to bury for a very long time. Congo line coming from our free gave receptionist vicky driving that train leading the haredi onto the court. This was so much fun. We've done to do a really good job all the time. But he wants to do his way and his way is to have fun key. Eight a birthday candle. That was let off of a cupcake. He just swallowed the flame home during broadcast. Take a bite out of it. While it's lit ostade about the face for a lot of viewers. They want the nuts and bolts of a pick and roll offense or how you trap bill. Walton doesn't offer much of that bill walton wants to find a correlation between a slam. Dunk and the majesty of the grand canyon. He wants to see a perfect rotation for an open corner. Three and somehow relate that to a grateful dead concert imagination. It's not work. It's taking an idea of building a now synchronicity. What did you learn how to ucla. Or is that prior to your though. I learned that at my i did and i think the most fascinating part of this whole thing to me is that there are subsets of the internet. That either eight bill love. Bill are want to know what he's on and what he's on his life.
"last week february" Discussed on Lesbians Who Write Podcast
"Annoying. When you do master they change it. Or i go a few more goals. Whilst bugle i did have one final comment. Okay so you either go on all all end with. Okay minors it. Twenty twenty say one of my goals is plan time off trip to mexico. We're great really. Love to old as tech is in moga. Rita's ninety listener. It didn't happen but know. Wash the gains this go. She made me realize that. I was luckier than some in twenty twenty. Obviously i was lucky than some in many many respects but for time off i did get to go on a writing. Retreat in january. Two instable had weakened waste ables. That was that was really good. I mean it's not time off but it's time in a different location and in february i did actually get away for week. Two myuka For my friends. Forty than that was planned. And i'd never know many gay to spain in february book. Because it was his birthday we went and say that has never that was brilliantly timed holding because it was the last week february although all my the whole day plans went up in smoke. My wife and i did still we did get to. Its double yes yes the weekend they right not until king bigger holiday plans you so i think we stayed in watch telling yes But yeah so i. I did it two trips switch to a trip to spain and went to devon in october as well say he. It wasn't as bad as you could. You might have thought it was gonna be and a debate t weeks of christmas spending time. Obviously the i'm calling it a win. Because i did that. Another goal was translations. I wanted to get some out in the world. I signed for translation. Contacts in twenty twenty. And i got my first one out into the world in november the german translation of because i do before i was honestly giddy with excitement about this one. I didn't i just felt different right in a. i'm. I'm excited. When i get any book out in the world but this one was in a language i did not read or understand as i. It just felt a little bit more out that special. yeah. I was very excited by them. Have you purchased the german paperback version. Disa- have on your shelf. I think it'd be fun. The opening up every once in a while. yeah. I'm john contracts with ilva publishing andom but contract was they sent me ten copies. I've got ten kobi's want mom. Should i think. Do a giveaway for german raiders. Yeah i have I've sent a couple out to a couple of german. Rita's i won't be sending one is wanted to my friends. In germany he hated the newseum zemzem discount whether they want to reveal. Sbn romance or not disco has to s who appeared one of your books at some point. Yeah i mean this is gold. I mean disco of all things i mean. This is a happy. This is happy music happy. Be in easy to like. you don't really have to. Not i mean is this a fun very sounds fun. Even i might have liked that. It is easy eve in with whoop. Tv a whoop by so. I've got two more goals. Were on my list. Saudi woman was lacoste in my body. Better now obviously. My personal trading. And jim raise year. Regime came to a grinding halt in twenty twenty when everything shut down. However i'm calling this one win because like you said i invested in a proper chair a screen and an economic setup. Say my body is better. When i'm working occurred on exercising at home throughout the pandemic i i've had physician to crowing. Correct the ills of done my body by saying the wrong jerry. Lost six years and I look at my body is good for mental and physical health saves always took my proteins. I did hit this morning. I'm carrying on his twenty twenty. One say win was so stiller this year. I didn't have energy but on trying to get better. Twenty twenty one trained to undo the damage of all the stress eating. So we'll what you said you have. I had something happy in in the last year that was not on the radar and it was not something i plan on doing but it was probably one of the happier changes of twenty twenty in that was i adopted. Lady grey before year old cat who also had a terrible pandemic experience. She lost her family in as she spent a lotta time in a cat. Shelter in so After my cat advocates i said never again to pets because it hurts too much when they leave but i have to say letting her in my home in letting her into my heart has improved my life so it was something. I didn't plan but is probably one of the better things that happened. Did you get. You may be nettie as love. She's like the grumpiest cat in every she is bobby. I feel like she's like a teacher safe. I'm very disappointed in your homework. S that feeling every time but it still makes me smile The final one of my os was to be kind to myself. And i think the i did a little bit of kindness. Could come as a bit more slack. But you as we said Work and actually focusing and working on time kept me sane throughout the year. So i'm going to say. I fail because that would be unkind. Wouldn't it. I wonder how many of us became workaholics last year. Just as survival technique. one thing. I did which i'm going to do again this year. Because i think it's really getting today is at the end of every month on nine hundred down everything that i achieved as a that. Got me to remember things. I may have gotten otherwise that went on my original goals. So would you like to know the other things that i achieved. Absolutely because you you're involved in the first one we hosted we hosted the first ever lesbians. You right meet up event in march. I know who knew that would probably be the less humans could gather but it was really it was a great success. Allow people showed up. We had like twentieth people in a pup in central london and it was great man. It was relocated to meet a lot of fellows. There's an readers buddha. But she april hastened to add We also attended the self publishing formula comforts which was our one loan publishing event of the year. I really did miss conferences and vents this year on a hope to do some online ones next year or this year. Sorry not next year where this year we also carry this podcast costs on all fucking year. Say well done us. Rambos hosted an episode all on your lonesome. I'm sorry about that. But considering i leave this one fucking episode. Yeah pretty good is there. Were times like. I was literally getting out of bed two minutes before. I think we did an excellent job. I'm gonna to i on the back. Kept by the pokonos. Going one of the things i did. Push rep show a little bit more for direct sales and that's been a big success. Web shop is now my third best platform for book sales of kindle and apple. Only no i think we should give ourselves upon the back. Twenty twenty was a very difficult to get three if he got through tool while done. But i think having the jobs we do having the what we do was a savior for by the say. And having you actually give us some feedback and having you enjoy and tell us you want you want us to continue on the lesbians you right path. That was.
"last week february" Discussed on Popcast
"As you may have guessed I'm talking to Caryn Ganz ties. Pop Music Editor. I would say we probably spend six to eight hours a day talking. So you're really just getting a little glimmer glimmer. The behind the scenes of what's really cracking. Which apparently is eggs? Eggs are really cracking Karen duly back. I'm also not convinced duly ever really went away. That's like we're going to get to that. 'cause that's going on my mind a little bit over the last two weeks and especially reading your story and thinking back to kind of like Mike Personal Art with listening to duly Not totally sure she ever. While wet anyway albums call future nostalgia for second record extremely naive eight mid to late eighties. Mid Nineties Club Post disco dance music happening very relentlessly upbeat record. You talked to her. And say listen seventies in there too low seventies okay. You spoke to her and now I know you had been sort of thinking about talking to her. Then obviously everything that's been going on in the last four weeks complicated the circumstance so maybe take us through the pre story part both insider part of the podcast. We're dues will rear for. Yeah I enjoy that. I will say the song that we opened with. Don't start now. Was My number one song of last year. It came out Halloween night. Ish is a really great song that's on came out. I was like oh SAS veteran. Put that on playing. I supported that and you out. I was like duly is going for it. I am here for this. I'm really into it. Lady Gaga is probably freaking out right now because somebody's coming forward. I started planning that I was going to try to do the story so that was like four months ago five months ago. And what is the it before he just qualify a little bit? What is the IT? Yes what is that because it's very. I think it's very specific. Glittery maximalist fun dance music. Get the gay audience very engaged and excited and the audience at large as well. But you know these gay. Thanks you can. You can enjoy this to John if you want. I Care I was. I started talking to her about this. I really want to do it and there was plans for me to go to London and it was like it was the last week. February and I was about to book a flight to London and I was like my mom is going to get really upset if I book a fight to London right now. I don't think I should do this so she was coming to New York to do Saturday night. Live on March twenty eighth so the plan was all right. We'll do this when she's in New York and then as March start to tick by became clear that that was not going to happen either and that time period again you know not to be all like oral history of three weeks ago but that was the time stretch where like literally every day a new completely nuts thing was shutting down or going. You know it was yeah. We started to work from home. I started work from Home March eleventh. That day I decided March eleventh. I was like I don't think the stories happening. I'm really bummed out what to do. And then I will say that Duly team was very positive. And they're like no this is happening. She's coming to New York. We're GONNA do this and I can't remember what it was clear that she was not going to travel here but she was extremely accommodating and we did to facetime interviews that ended up being on emotional as one very high one a very low while. I was preparing to talk to her. The album leaked and it was a quick leak. It was over the weekend. I think they got some of the links taken down but when it leads. She made the decision that she was going to release it a week early so it was gonNA come out April third and she put it out March twenty seventh right and now obviously kind of being in the middle of the global crisis in a weird way. Actually not that. A leak is ever a good thing necessarily but the record was done. There's really no in my mind. I remember we talked about. I was like this kind of no difference between them putting it out this week or next week. Like it's if if if it's already out there circulating in these kind of informal channels like just help you press the gap. I think they I think they were deciding whether or not to move it to the summer pumped out another single or two. I mean just a side note. I think the album is fantastic in the stocked with singles. I don't think it would have been challenging for them to stick another single out and for people like it. The decision was sort of made for them and they went with it so she went on instagram. Live that Monday to tell people that it was coming out and she was super emotional and crying and I was watching it and I was really struck by how genuine she was especially because she started out for the first like six minutes. She didn't talk about the album at all she just spoke about. Please stay inside concerns about the pandemic concerned about people's health and then she's like you know. Obviously I have to discuss. My album is gonNA come out Friday. She answered some Fan questions that were pretty entertaining and then I spoke to her couple of hours later and she seemed calmer. But you know until I listened back to the audio. Her tone was so different between Monday which was a sort of Sambre Day and Friday which was released when she intense relief and joy. The reviews were extremely positive. She was just like between your two conversations between her instagram. Live and your conversation between your instagram live was extremely somber Gal. She was really going through it. She was composed at articulate yet bummed when she talked me Monday and Friday. She was like not GonNa say jubilant because I don't think anyone's do glint during the pandemic but she was like the sense of relief. I mean just listening to the audio. It's like you're talking to a different person so they sort of dove inside. Well let's make you know. Let's make lemonade out of this kind of lemony situation. Right and also a thing that you play on your story which I thought was funny is in the kind of one point. Zero moment of quarantine memes. Some people took some Old Dua lyrics and mates quarantine means out of them right. Yes which is very entertaining. Kind of it's like you. I mean look. I don't know if they just hired some Mike Marketing Agency to make those means but like presuming that they were organic and Fan. Based if you know people care and that they're paying attention okay. Great I'd say dive in the pool so they dove in the pool. Tell me about what? Your vibe is on future nostalgic compared to the first record I record also had a bunch of singles on it also very up. Tell me what you think. She's doing differently this time. The first album really did feel like a first album. And we we all know how the pop machine works. You have a gifted person and you're not really sure they might know what they want. Sound to be something like Dua is extremely driven and has a strong perspective. She knew what she wanted to sound like very early on. But that doesn't mean you get to make every record that you wanna make. I'm sorry trish bells tolling. Songwriting hurt again. I WANT TO REMIND EVERYBODY. Verite podcast. Karen's on her couch. I presume I'm in my office. All right it's very young church value. You got a church bell if I get the guy who's been blasting the young Ma and the Jada outside my window so be it. That's where we're at okay. But the first record I mean. It's it's definitely filled with very successful singles and a lot of them are very good songs. But when you listen to it as a full record you know. It's not like an album album. You don't listen to it. And thank all right cohesive statement you know. I know exactly who this person is. I think she would say the same thing. She worked at a of different songwriters and producers. Trying to figure out where to go. Yeah trying to arrive at the thing whatever that was trying to arrive at and she got the thing I mean she got somewhere she has. There's hits on that album and the irony. I didn't have room for this story because it wasn't that important. But she had a CO writing credit on every single song except for the Smash Urals. Yes let's play a little bit of that just to remind people yeah yeah. Let's let's hear a little bit of new rules. The countdown part..
"last week february" Discussed on The Joe Rogan Experience
"Oster home. The Joe Rogan experience. Podcast by all right here. We go so what you said. When you sat down was absolutely perfect the timing could not have been better. We'll tell everybody what you do. Michael Well thank you. I'm a black of a better term medical detective. I've spent my whole career tracking infectious diseases down trying to stop him. Try to understand where they come from so we can make sure they don't happen in the first place but most of all trying to respond to situations just like this just like this and just off the bat. How serious is this? Is this something that we need to be terrified of or is this overblown or howdy. Stand on this well first of all you have to understand the timing of it in the sense that is just beginning and so in terms of what hurt pain. Suffering death is a cow happened so far is really just beginning This is going to unfold for months to come yet. And that's I think what people don't quite understand What we saw in China I'm convinced as are many colleagues. As soon as they release all of these social distances he's mandated stay in homes haven't left her home in weeks and weeks kind of thing when they go back to work there. On planes trains subways buses crowded spaces manufacturing plants. Even China is going to come back again and so this really is acting like an influenza virus. Something that transmits very easily through the air. We now have data to show that you're infectious before you even get sick in some cases quite highly infectious. Just breathing is all you need to do. So from this perspective I can understand why people say well wait a minute. Flu Kills a lot more itself every year than this does and remind people beginning probably the best. Guess what we have Right now. On what limited data. We have say this could be at least ten to fifteen times worse worse seasonal flu year. We see ten to fifteen times whereas in terms of fatalities. Yeah Yeah and just illness and in fact I just I brought some numbers. We conservatively estimate that this could require forty eight million hospitalizations ninety six million cases actually occurring over four hundred eighty thousand deaths that can occur over the next three to seven months with this situation. So this is not one that take lightly and I think that's what I can understand if you say there's only been ten deaths twenty or fifty deaths just remember two weeks ago. We were talking about almost no cases in the United States. And now we're testing for it and watching the spread as it's unfolding. Those numbers going up astronomically three weeks ago. Italy was just living life. Just fine now. They're literally in a virtual shutdown in the northern parts of Italy and that's the challenge with infectious disease like this. It can spread very quickly and it also can affect people. I think maybe to put this into modern terms because this is something we think of often. When we think of pre antibiotic days you know the old time medicine We have an employee at our center for Infections Research and policy at the University of Minnesota. And she has a dear friend. Who Lives in Milan Italy and she works at a hospital there and she texted us to this employee of ours last night and this was an email that came out yesterday from one of their physicians in Milan at the largest hospital. He said I just got a very strong message. From a cardiologist at one of the Milan's largest hospitals they're deciding who they have to let die the aren't screening the staff anymore because they need all hands on deck and they have very small areas of the hospital. Dedicated denied Cova patient where they still screen doctors. Everybody else's dedicated to Cova patient. So even if they're positive meaning that they're sick they don't and they don't have a severe cough or fever than they have to work He says that that they're seeing an alarming number of cases in the fortysomething age rage and is these cases so we need to stop thinking that this is an old person's disease but this is what's going to unfold not just move on that's unfolding Milan. It's unfolding here in Seattle and this is what's going to continue to rolling Lee unfold throughout the world. Yeah where did this rumor? Come from that. It's an old person's disease is it. Just because the majority of the people that have died from it so far older yes in fact that's the primary risk factor for Diana's being old and then having certain underlying health problems for example in China Those men over the age of seventy who also smoked were eight to ten percent of them died. Sixty five percent of older Chinese men. Smoke the Case fatality rate or the percentage of people who die women in that same age where it was only about two percent in that case. Very few women smoke now. The challenge we have is. That's the Chinese data but there are a series of factors that we worry about that if the overlay on this disease are going to cause bad outcomes and we happen to be right at Ground Zero for one of the major ones here in this country and that's obesity We know that obesity is just like smoking in terms of its ability to really cause severe life threatening disease and forty five percent of our population today over the age of forty five in. This country are obese or obese men and women so one of the concerns we have is. We're going to see more of these What I would call very serious and life threatening cases occur in our country because different set of risk factors and we saw in China now. You mentioned that there's some sort of inconvenient period before people become sick. They're still contagious. What is incubation period? And how do we know about it when we call something incubation per? We're talking about from the time you and I got exposed meaning. I was in a room breathing. The air that somebody else who is infected with the virus was expelling out. I breathe it in. How long from that time period till the time period that you get sick? And what is that? That's called the incubation period. So that's win. Case numbers can double or triple every so many days in this case is about four days so and we actually have data there from people who are exposed one time one time only and we know when they were exposed. Were exposed to how sooner they get sick afterwards so the chauffeur in the car where an individual was sick showing symptoms than the chauffeur gets it four days later there one time and one time on the chauffeur does not show any symptoms. He's still contagious. Also be contagious too or he and that's one of the things that's challenging here as you and I might expose to somebody who is totally matic. No symptoms that virus would appear well. That's not a very strong virus. But in fact when it infects US could kill us. So we've seen cases of fatal disease that were exposed to people that had minor symptoms themselves. Wow this is what's unfolding here and this is what I think is such an important. I said why the timing is so important because Joey really gotta get information out to the public through so much information right now and we're GonNa do this for a while. This is not going to happen overnight. I worry I keep telling people were handling this like. It's a corona blizzard two or three days Mac normal. This is a corona virus winter. And we're going to have the next three months or more six months or more that are going to be like this. And so far this thing has been unfolding exactly as we predicted. We and our center put out a piece January twentieth and said this is going to spread worldwide. At the time people said add China we put out a piece the first week February and said this is GonNa pop probably the last week February first week of March. Because what happens is has what's called an are not redoubling time of these every four days so to increase doubling every four days so if you go to four eight sixteen it takes a while to build up when you start going from five hundred to one thousand two thousand four thousand. That's what we're seeing happening. Places like Italy. We're beginning to see it in some ways up in Seattle. It's what happened in China and You know when people are confronted with that suddenly this low risk phenomenon that talks about isn't so low anymore and that's why you need to prepare people for now. What can be done like? What can the average person do? I see people walking around with masks on wearing gloves. Is that nonsense largely first of all We'll step back. The primary mechanism for transmission is just the respiratory route. It's just breathing in studies in Germany. Which just have been published literally in the last twenty four hours. They actually followed a group of people who had been exposed to somebody. Automobile Manufacturing Plant and then they had nine people that with this exposure. He said if you have any symptoms all contact us we WANNA follow up. They agreed well. They got infected and so in the very first hours just feeling bad sore throat. They went in and sampled the throats their their saliva their nose for virus. They did blood. They did stool. They did urine and they found that at that very moment when they first got sick they had incredibly high levels of virus sometimes ten thousand times out and we saw with SARS in their throat meaning they were infectious at that point already. They hadn't even had symptoms yet. Have Really Nature Lamer coffee yet and and that's where we're concerned because that's the kind of transmission try you know. I always have said in trying to stop influence. Irish transmission like trying to stop the wind. It Oh we do. We've never had anything successfully do that other than vaccine. We don't have a vaccine here so what's happening is people in public. Spaces are getting infected. And the way you need to address that is unfortunately if you're older over fifty five slender line health problems which unfortunately a lot of Americans do. We have Obesity then right now. You don't WanNa be in large public spaces and trying to potentially get infected so you can take care of that part as far as can public health. Do we talk about this? We're not gonNA have a vaccine anytime soon. That's happy talk What we you know. We can close schools one of the big challenges. We have right now if we close schools. What did we accomplish in influenza virus when we close schools outbreaks because it turns out? Kids are get infected in school. And they're like little virus reactors you know they come home and they transmit it to mom and dad and brothers and sisters and So we close school sometimes. Christmas breaks are always great for kind of putting the dampening effect on flew in this case. Kids are not getting sick very often. Which is one of the really good news features of this disease into China. Only two point one percent of the cases hundred nineteen years of age in is that you know we don't completely know and I'm GonNa come to that in a second because they're getting infected it turns out one study showed that they still get infected with the virus but they don't get sick and we have that happen there's a disease called. Infectious Hepatitis Hepatitis. Say where we have outbreaks in daycares and the way we know have. An outbreak is transmitted through the stool. Fecal ORAL IS MOM AND DAD and the daycare providers get sick and the kids does symptoms will go in and test. The kids are all positive so some diseases.
"last week february" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"Back to fast buddy tonight another wild Wall Street. Escalating EC- economic fears dragging down the Dow or the nine hundred points. At one point. Were down quadruple digits. Again with a thousand points we did not finish on our low if you WANNA find any kind of silver lining. We did finish down nine sixty nine on the Dow. Now we've got earnings alert right now and one name that has probably more closely tied to the action on the retail side than the other night is Costco according Reagan Beckett. Hq with more their numbers. Reportings Abe Ryan so Costco beating on profit and revenue for the latest quarter comparable sales coming up nearly nine percent that's including gasoline which was also above analysts estimates. But I WANNA point out. That's for the whole quarter ending February sixteenth now. Costco also gave some comparable sales for the full month of February and they did note an uptick in the fourth week. The last week February associated with the corona virus and consumer purchasing so cost estimates that added that surge in purchasing added three percentage points to make it twelve point one percent for the monthly comp growth for the full company for the full month of February now. Cfo Richard Galanti. Just now giving more detail on the earnings call take a lesson getting deliveries daily. But it's still not enough given the increase levels of demand on certain key items. It's been a little crazy this past week. In terms of outside shopping frequency and sales levels and not only in the United States he also went on to talk about how they are going to have to do some limits. But it's kind of going to vary by store and by region giving shoutout to his team members for working through all that because it's a very evolving scenario. No Costco also said that. Their membership fees came in higher than what some estimates worth quarter e. Commerce sales grew more than twenty eight percent and the timing of the week later. Thanksgiving that actually helped bump up e commerce sales for the quarter by eleven percent. And that's with the outages that we reported around Thanksgiving and Black Friday. If you remember any of that ultimately the Thanksgiving timing still ended up helping prop up the total company's COMP sales again for the quarter by half a percent and they are staying strong sales here in this next quarter because of everything that's going on with the corona virus. Brian Beck over the according. Thank you very much Karen. Odyssey COSTCO'S GONNA see sales boom in some ways but is it just stealing four accordions point taken? Costco COSTCO's fantastic. They do well in any market up down flat. I mean they're just extraordinary. Their execution is always spot on but for other names. Like I wouldn't be buying a three m because they make masks or I wouldn't be buying a clorox because I think just like we might look through you know. Let's say Microsoft cloud growth is slow down a quarter or two? We'll look through that but I think we would also look through a clorox who are three M. because I think ultimately it's going to go back down and it's expensive to gear up really quickly to fulfill demand that skyrockets find it fast. First of all COSCO. We've been on this for awhile. Valuations GonNA matter at a certain point. I mean this is now trading close to thirty four times next year's numbers I mean. The numbers are fantastic. Get all those things. Margins were slightly disappointing. Not Not a big deal with that said I find it fascinating. That people were stocking up on toilet paper. Either it's beyond meat eaters or they're they know something that I don't know either case is not particularly good. I think you are pulling forward so listen. Three twenty five the all time high. You've enjoyed the run-up his stock. There's absolutely nothing wrong with taking profit cost on it. If you look at membership fee that is like an annuity in the stock and the stock rebounded really quickly off that two hundred eight moving average. I still think you're okay to actually buy Coskun. Let's be clear. There's a whole group of stocks. People are buying corona virus portfolio. Small Biotechs so just be careful all right. We've got a lot more money coming up on this big day for the markets. Here's.
Costco beats quarterly revenue estimates
"Wild Wall Street. Escalating EC- economic fears dragging down the Dow or the nine hundred points. At one point. Were down quadruple digits. Again with a thousand points we did not finish on our low if you WANNA find any kind of silver lining. We did finish down nine sixty nine on the Dow. Now we've got earnings alert right now and one name that has probably more closely tied to the action on the retail side than the other night is Costco according Reagan Beckett. Hq with more their numbers. Reportings Abe Ryan so Costco beating on profit and revenue for the latest quarter comparable sales coming up nearly nine percent that's including gasoline which was also above analysts estimates. But I WANNA point out. That's for the whole quarter ending February sixteenth now. Costco also gave some comparable sales for the full month of February and they did note an uptick in the fourth week. The last week February associated with the corona virus and consumer purchasing so cost estimates that added that surge in purchasing added three percentage points to make it twelve point one percent for the monthly comp growth for the full company for the full month of February now. Cfo Richard Galanti. Just now giving more detail on the earnings call take a lesson getting deliveries daily. But it's still not enough given the increase levels of demand on certain key items. It's been a little crazy this past week. In terms of outside shopping frequency and sales levels and not only in the United States he also went on to talk about how they are going to have to do some limits. But it's kind of going to vary by store and by region giving shoutout to his team members for working through all that because it's a very evolving scenario. No Costco also said that. Their membership fees came in higher than what some estimates worth quarter e. Commerce sales grew more than twenty eight percent and the timing of the week later. Thanksgiving that actually helped bump up e commerce sales for the quarter by eleven percent. And that's with the outages that we reported around Thanksgiving and Black Friday. If you remember any of that ultimately the Thanksgiving timing still ended up helping prop up the total company's COMP sales again for the quarter by half a percent and they are staying strong sales here in this next quarter because of everything that's going on with the corona
"last week february" Discussed on Section 138
"I believe all home blue. Jay Games are going to be blacked out across Canada. And that means that people who have TV will only be able to watch away games of the Blue Jays and and they'll be does this because there's kind of an overlap with Local TV stations and local providers of the game that they broadcast the game obviously in their local market and they want people subscribing to the TV channel and not subscribing to em TV. So I think that's why they do it but a lot of people have been complaining about this myself included because we watch baseball from EM TV and now the only other way to watch baseball At least for me for someone who doesn't have TV is sportscenter now. Which is I'm you guys probably know better than I do but I think it's like thirty dollars a month which is more expensive them. Mlb TV MLB TV. Is I believe it's it'd be a hundred and twenty or one hundred fifty dollars a year that goes from like spring training last week February. Twenty second two. I mean all the postseason games are blacked out but the end of the regular season so I up Tober so you have all these months. It's IT works out cheaper and instead of just being able to watch bluejays games you can watch any game in baseball So yeah it is really sad. That like they're blacking out. All these games to me doesn't make sense from a marketing perspective for baseball Because you're losing out on a lot of fans who would be watching the game and you complain about the pace of play and all that stuff when you're blocking out baseball games to the people who are actually going to be the fans of that team Anyways so what are you guys thinking about this? Well yeah and it's it's something that you know it makes sense because even beyond sports net now are MLB TV based off of everything you know this the streaming were now. You've got you know example. Got Netflix Got Disney. Plus you got. Hbo Max You Got Crave. Tv You got Apple TV plus you got espn. Plus I can keep going on and on and on and it's the time of streaming wars and people want you to subscribe to what they their product and in this case. Roger just wants you to subscribe a sports now they WanNa build up sports net now the subscriptions and they want. That's how that's unfortunate. The only way you're GONNA be able to watch JAYS Games off on the go rather than actual sports net on cable and again. It's something that you know. Based off of Rogers at Stamford something. That seems to be where they will be something that they're going to be making a lot of money off of depend on how how on how successful. It is so not only. Are you going to be subscribing to sportscenter now on a monthly fee rather than Ama-? Btv like you said you. You already told spoke with the prices. You can only watch bluejays games. You can't watch actual other teams play baseball. You can't watch You CAN'T WATCH THE YANKEES. Take on the Red Sox. You can't watch other Other Games and you know I'm sure a lot of us are in the same boat as you guys and not every listener as well watches every single baseball game or other teams but there's also a good chunk of people who like to watch the Jays of course but they also like to follow the League. They also like to watch other games. And that's the that's what you mentioned. That's where the problem will be about fans that's where it's GonNa you know about the growth of the game and so on and so on and actually James used to be a black donor Amilton Btv but they got the the restriction came off in the mid two thousand and tens and actually the subscription packages based off of the numbers here became a lot more popular when the Jays were able to not be blocked on TV anymore and based off of the J. standpoint sure you know every other market and I think Mark Shapiro even said this every other team every other market deals with black problems by when you when you see other teams sure but when you compare it to the Jays it's in my opinion it's different especially because our perspective of being Canadian. You Know Baseball candidate this Canada's only team If you want you know the markets bigger than usual because it's a country you need people being invested more to the game if you want this game to grow if you want the market to continue to to grow and be popular and so on and so on you want people to be going to games more you know rather rogers cares or not or the management cares about. Jay is not selling out every night like they used to It's not a good look on the fans and it's not a good look anywhere across the league and what you want. Is You want more popularity toward not only the sport but in the case in our bias herb sorry in our perspective the market and unfortunately this is something that is going to happen where it's just goes for anything else in life. Now you need to subscribe to this product. You need to subscribe to this service and so on and so on monthly fees rather than you know as k apparently cables on its way out a clearly but you know still have just turning on the TV and watching the game you know. I'm not on the go doing this and doing that all the time. Especially in the summer watching the Jays. If you can't watch the game you can't watch the game but I'M NOT GONNA go out of my way to subscribe sports net now for sure rather than will be. Tv where you get again like. You said you get to watch every game. And that's the problem there for actual baseball fans who not only. WanNa watch the Jays but they want to watch every other team as well but sports now. You can't do that and that just takes it away of you having to spend more money to keep TV for no reason to watch the Jays but that's the only other way you can watch other teams place so it's a complicated situation as much as it's complicated it makes sense because again the streaming wars now as I guess it's kind of the future of TV who knows what's going to happen and again. I know there's other teams that are blocked out all the time and You know from a Canadian perspective as well If you WANNA just make a quick example of how the NHL does things on T. ascendance sports net In our market as I'm in the Toronto Market You can only watch leaf games. And there's nights where the leafs don't play and you see Ottawa. See Two senators taking on a random team if you want to click the channel. It's blacked out and it's you know every time I do it. I know it's blocked but it's just something that you know it's it it's frustrating and it's just because the leafs aren't honor your favorite team or so on there's still there's still other interests to watch other teams play and unfortunately being blacked out at you know it's one of the worst feelings turning clicking the channel and it's completely black saying you know restricted in your area so on and so on but it's a way for these markets to make money and quite frankly it's unfair for the fans. I think mark you brought up a really interesting point when you said that it's it's funny how the League is doing all these things to increase their The amount of people that watch baseball yet. They're literally not allowing them to watch it through the their streaming service. I think it's honestly really stupid because I think Bryson you said something like this where the Blue Jays are candidates only team so if you completely blackout people from watching those games will there is a lot of people that are going to watch that as opposed to a any other city in the in the US where the other twenty nine teams are twenty. I think but anyways all of the if you blackout Mariners Games than I. It's not really that big of a problem because there's still a lot of other you know it's not like the mariners take up the entire. West coaster north west coast of the of the of the League however if you blackout the Blue Jays Games will. That's literally every Blue Jay fan in Canada and I mean I know there are some people that are not blue Jays fans in Canada but the majority of the people are so. If you WANNA do that I mean I guess from the leaks perspective. That's just one of their teams. They still a lot of other teams and they solve. You know the other missing out on money but from their perspective. It's not you know it's not like a supreme. It's like a huge amount but I think it's honestly stupid because like you said now if I'm a consumer I personally don't have that problem just because I do use cable And I I have the bell APP on my phone so I can just watch whatever I want Through my TV. But if you if I go away next year and I don't have cable I'm not GonNa you know if I'm living on my own. I'm not going to buy it. You know but I still want to watch sports and if I can't watch TV. Than but I still WANNA watch the other teams. You know. It doesn't make sense because now you're basically paying double the price to watch your Toronto teams as well as every other team in the league and I just think that's honestly really you know it's stupid if you're a consumer but I don't think it's going to change unfortunately just because these guys own a lot of the market they're gonNA do whatever they want to keep people subscribe to them and I just. I don't like that idea honestly that they're doing this. You're just frustrating people to a point where they don't subscribe there's just all around just does not make sense to me at all Two things go in more depth embracing you mentioned that before the Blue Jays weren't blackout in the reason for that was because Paul Beeston Former president the Blue Jays and he was a very vocal advocate of not having these bluejays games blacked out because he understood at least from a business perspective that the team survives on the people who watch the Games. So if you're taking away thirty million people across Canada that can no longer watch this game. It's the things are not going to go well and Just a second thing I talked about this on twitter but this is driving people away from MLB and people who would have been giving their money their one hundred twenty one hundred and fifty dollars whatever it is to MLB and instead they're going to be sure some of them are going to be giving their money to sports net now but a lot of them are just gonNa be giving their money or nothing money but there is to illegal streaming sites so you're driving people away from the things that create revenue for you as an organization and as a team and you are redirecting them to ways where no one wins where it's the ABC producers in the the illegal streaming sites that win and nothing associated with Major League Baseball. So this makes no sense. And it's been a problem for years and years Hasn't been a problem for the Blue Jays but it's been a problem for other teams. I think there's a few locations in Iowa if you go there where four major league teams are blacked out. It's insane and all this is because Oh we want fans to go to the game instead of watching it on TV. Oh we want fan student. Subscribe to their local providers. Note you're just going to get young fans who are only watching this on TV. Who instead are going to realize they can do it for free illegally and it's so frustrating. Lots of things that frustrate me today. and yeah and we're all in the same boat there with you know. I'm sure none of us are GONNA lie. You know if you watch the game rather than you know going on sports than I think I think all of us know what I think. Any of you guys know you know. It's pretty straightforward answer. And it's pretty straightforward strategy and people aren't GonNa go out of their way like if you see the game is blocked out. I guarantee there's a good half of people that won't go out of their way to go on sports that now and watch the game you know they're going to put there is somewhere else you said. Rather than what else is on TV with cable or they're going to legal streaming sites. It's not like every single person's go out of their way to make sure they're a subscriber sportscenter now say they can watch the Jays because it only frustrates people with the market being blacked out and like I've said before I used to live in the Boston area. And when the bluejays were playing in Boston the Games who blocked out and I'll take full disclosure for this. Please no interest me but I would watch a legal streams of the games because when although I like obviously prefer to watch on. Mlb DOT COM. Because it's what first off it's better quality. It's obviously I'm already paying for it and I can't really watch these streams on my phone so am with MLB TV. I can so that's why I'd get AMMO. Btv But then. Like if I if the Games were blacked out. That's what I would turn to because as I said I don't have cable so again. Look you're losing so much money in so many fans and It's just so stupid to me anyways. We'll end there for today Thank you to everyone. Who.
"last week february" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Which I have never ever said to you in just five years of recordings come close. I thought you've come. Close pits ever actually happened. So it's good to be. It's good to have you back. Then that's what I'll say. I love Danny headphones but you know it. Comfort and familiarity is nice. It's I cannot believe the combine I feel combine should either be March or should be the DASH into super bowl. Like I feel like we lulls us into a two week break. That's why everybody was excited about the XFL and now it is back it starts. I leave Mondays. Actually I think that's right Last year it was nice because I think last year was the latest. I remember to combine. It was like early March now this year. It's pretty much the time it always is and no one is ready for it. I don't think anyone is ready to go to Indianapolis and have the columbine would as so mostly because the ad the superbowl was in Miami and a lot of a lot of NFL. Writers out to like five in the morning For many of nights there and I guarantee you most of them don't want to go to Indianapolis which is really a rough stretch. It's actually a pretty grueling couple days yeah I agree with you because Vic Fangio and Sean McVeigh are leaving their assistance. Home Fangio's even McVeigh's leaving his coordinators home. I wonder you know Bella. Check on this in the past. It's really interesting me to check in every year to see how teams and coaches and assistants and execs view the combine and as we kind of do off-season preview. Here in this one. I think it's really interesting to to unpack. We're the combine stands just from A. Do you need to be there standpoint? I I totally agree. I was having a conversation with somebody at the Super Bowl. Do you think you'll go next year if it's an La bike? Will I drive hour? But like what will you do like? You'll just go to maybe the actual combine and then go home towards the same stuff. I do an Indie I. I think it's kind of analogous last year. I don't go to the senior bowl every year last year. I the game. The game was in New Orleans so I drove over on Monday without credentials of the senior bowl and a satin hotel. The hotel lobby and just talked to GM's for like three hours and went back and caught a flight so like that's that's the thing that's my question. Where will you go away? I look go one hotel. Yeah I was sitting lobby of a hotel where they are and then just have meetings and and do interviews and stuff. That's probably right. It's just because the whole value of the combine is that because it's an Indianapolis it's completely self-contained right. Everyone is in the same area but when they moved to La. It's just not going to be like that. If you want to go to one hotel in trying to pick people off you might be able to. I will say this I with. Nfl coaches and executives. Nfl writers life finds a way when it comes to finding out where these guys are drinking. Okay it is not hard to find your bar. It is not hard. It will not be hard to find a bunch of tight ends coaches drinking bud light live at the Venezuela this time in two years. That's that's kind of what I'm saying is that in. La It's so spread out that it's going to be a little bit more difficult to figure out exactly where those spots are. I have faith in you Robert. Let's prove the off season. So here's what we're doing today. It is February as I said last week February seventeenth. You will lose this already. There's a lot of stuff that we're going to talk about over the course of the next month or so so we don't WanNa get too granular about things what we're GonNa do today is. We're going to preview what we see as the teams that are going to define the off-season and this could mean a lot of things so a lot of these teams are going to have picks in the top five because they're going to kind of be the pivot teams when it comes to the draft but some of these teams are once in a lot of cap space. Yep sums are a kind of on the verge of some sort of transition but these are the teams that in one way or another kind of sit in the catbird seat when it comes to this offseason so the team we're GONNA start with. Is The Dallas cowboys because I would argue that. No team has a more pivotal off season. Kind of within their own Like their own trajectory the Dallas. You think about the fact that they have about eighty million dollars in cap space but they don't have a quarterback under contract yep their best receivers that contract their best. Secondary player is not under contract. There's a lot of decisions that the cowboys are going to have to make. So let's start with that. But do you think the cowboys do? When it comes to Dak Amari Cooper and just the rest of their plan this spring. Well first you build a time machine. And don't sign Ezekiel Elliott. That'd be my and Jerry can invest some of that money in time the machine. So it's six minutes and twenty seconds into the podcast in your second off season podcast and we just brought up running back values. So we're GONNA move on very quickly Jason. Show from over. The capitol is a great job he's visualizing stuff and he was doing a chart to show cap space. And how many snaps a team is losing unrestricted? Free Agency. Okay and the cowboys are at the far right of the graph meeting. They're losing a ton of snaps to free agency. I am for now yet. They have a ton of cap space relative to everybody else and so they have the money to bring most of these guys. Back Does Byron Jones. At some point get too expensive. They're going to sign back to a huge money. Deal and Byron Jones. Also with with the the deals air to having books. Possibly that could happen. I think he's the guy that goes by the way he's the guy that goes by the wayside and I gotTa Tell. You if your plan includes losing a corner like Byron Jones. You probably have a bad plan like you. You WanNa keep guys like Byron Jones in the building. There's a premium position you will. He's athletic. He's improved a lot since since he entered the league. I think that you if you've mismanaged. This is not like those teams. Like the Falcons right. Who were just so capped out the their spot track page there over the cat page. That gives me hives right This is not that this is the cowboys because they're they have the same amount of cap spaces the bears. Speaking of giving me hives. I was looking at this yesterday. I I'm not a happy person but continue with the Vikings. I'm looking at the vikings ten billion dollars over the capper. That's not guess. This graph is very very intriguing. I would look at Jason. Israel's page if you can But essentially the cowboys have the money to make it work. This is about figuring out dollars and cents. The first Domino's always going to be back because I bet on himself. He's GonNa make a ton of money. The negotiations actually started jared goff which his cap numbers thirty six next year. So we'll see where the numbers come down. Does Patrick Mahomes signed before deck. Does that change? Things I don't know is Patrick. Mahomes deal such an out liar. Because he was one of the Super Bowl and one of the best young quarterbacks for best young players in history of the sport. I don't know I don't know I don't know if there's a if Patrick Mahomes is a domino or not. What I do know is the Dak. Prescott is the domino for the cowboys. And they've got a lot of it was I. Don't WanNa be Jerry Jones right now so if you had to make a bet what happens What would you say you think he gets the tag or do you think he gets extended or do you think they don't sign him. I think completely off the table. Yes I think they franchise back because I think Jack knows the value betting on himself even if has a mediocre year next year. He's going to make what Goffman if if they go. Eight next year and Dak Prescott regresses. There will still be a massive market for him. They know that okay. I'm when I say they I mean I mean Dak Prescott and Dak Prescott agents. They know that and so when I look at him betting on himself to this point he never accepted a deal under his value. He understands his value. There are very few quarterbacks who have gotten to this point at such a young age. Most these guys take these huge money deals after your three certainly after your four. But he is shown that he wants to bet on himself and I think that there's I think they're gonNa have to tag them and play that game. I think they've done signed cooper. And then it's I if I were to just guess just guessing. I have no inside information. I don't have the numbers in front of me. That Byron Joe. It's might get too rich for their blood with all the big money being thrown around. That's what I would say. Well so I have a couple of questions that were asked you so Outside of the Elliott thing which I think we all know his mistake. The other ways. They've spent their money in the last twelve months. So like signing Lyle Collins to a contract extension giving the deal they did to Jalen Smith. Excetera do you think they've misteps steps in the guys they've chosen to extend even if we take back? Zeke Elliott out of the equation I think that that the Elliott contract is obviously as you said. We're we're not counting that. That was the messed up. Do you have to sign demarcus Lawrence? Right he's a he's a twenty. I think that has to happen right. He's a twenty one next year. Zach Martens of fifteen tyrants thirteen. I mean these are not outrageou seals. I'm down no. I'm fine with those deals. The offensive line deals were older. I'm like okay with me. It's more would you rather have Jalen Smith or by John. That's kind of question. I would rather have Byron Joe so but he here's the deal. Jalen Smith accounts for three point five percent of the CAP next year. Okay he will never make more than thirteen million over the course of his contract. That's twenty points. And no no no no but that's all. I'm saying what I'm saying is it's not like they're giving him the Byron Jones contract. What I'm saying is the Byron Jones is GonNa get more than that I they. They their problem is not i. Probably I think Byron Jones could probably fifteen year. But that's that is not an appreciable difference to me for the value of those positions. I think that the reason my understanding of the way. The cowboys handed out contracts in the last year.
"last week february" Discussed on Comments By Celebs
"Shocking. Romance. Andy's baby finally being born the whole fuck Jerry saga, Arianna Grandes, tattoo, mishap and so much more. Hey, guys, I'm Emma. I'm julie. And we're the girls behind comments by celebs and what a week. Oh, I I'm not kidding. We've never had more information. I know he say this a lot. But this is seriously this week was our Super Bowl. No pun intended. Yeah. On another level and so much better than the Super Bowl so much better. And also this is the first time Julian I are seeing each other since all of the stuff has happened. So we are actually talking about it for the first time, and we're freaking out before we get into anything though. We just wanted to take a moment to send our love to jussie smollet for any of you. Haven't heard Jesse is an actor who was recently salted in Chicago, solely based on his sexuality and his skin color. And we were just so disgusted by the story. And obviously, there's no place for that in our country or in our world, and we just wanted to send him our love. And you know, let them know where thinking about him. There's actually a really incredible video of Ellen page. Did you see this Stephen Colbert that everyone should watch talking about it? I great call. I did watch. It is true. So. She's she's incredible. And that's amazing. Yeah. Okay. Guys, fuck up. Let's get into it. Okay. We're going to start with at. I say this every time we're going to miss somethings. Because we just can't. So we had to prioritize. But anyway, we're gonna start with Keeton Pete. 'cause personally I'm so excited to talk about it Mutale leading literally all week for this. This. Okay. Here we go. I little background. So basically for the first time after the Golden Globes Kate and Pete were spotted together leaving a party and everybody kinda was freaking out about it. But we didn't really have pictures. We just heard about this. And you know, it was it was interesting. It was intriguing, but we didn't know anything until last week February first they are spotted leaving his comedy show holding hands. Kate has her hand over her face. He is smiling ear to ear. Of course. He is apparently right after they leave they go to a hotel lobby and their apparently, very cuddly, the article, I read read said that she was like kind of nuts in his neck, and they looked very coupley. And oh my God. It's wild. I'm telling you. I've said it once I've said a million times, no one pulls like feet David's. It's unbelievable. Bethany Frankel tweeted yesterday. I saw he tweeted, and she was like, okay. What's the deal here, like Arianna ground AK Beck until like this this guy just shoot diamonds out of his dick? And really, honestly. Yeah. You know what? In a weird way, though, it makes sense. She he from what I've read he's very her type like she's very until like, the younger guy like comedian bad way, quote, badboy, she has something that we've learned from her. And I didn't know this until we started really analyzing the comments that she has this very witty sensor. That's almost a little edgy very kind of sexual in her sense of humor. Yeah. And she's smart like you can tell she's really smart. And it makes sense to me that she likes someone that has the type of sense of humor that he has totally. I also like not not to be there's a huge age difference here. Yes. So what she he's he's twenty five. She's forty six and she also has a daughter who's twenty. Yeah. Julie Texan me. She's like something that we don't really talk about is how significantly closer in age. Pete is to Kate's daughter, then it's like when people copulated that Sophia Richie is closer in age to Penelope then. Yeah, then. Yes, scott. It's like one of those situations. But I'm here for it. First of all. You know, my belief age is just a number. And you are how you feel and first of all she doesn't look or feel at all. She is. Why not oh my God. Of course. Why like you know, what I mean, she's living and good for P coli shit. She was thinking about Kate Beck and sale. I feel like she's one of those universally hot. Like, there's so many things I while she's British..
"last week february" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"I hope we didn't do it three sixty or one eight one eighty or whatever. But we'll see we will see. Now, one of the things that may surprise you a little bit is. What would end this shutdown? What would end the shutdown? And in fact, many people are saying that a disaster is what it's going to take some kind of a disaster that none of us really wants, you know, at all maybe what it takes to get the shutdown to end. And as bad as is. I actually think this could be true. Because when you hear what aides to the Republicans and Democrats are saying. Today. It that's what they're all saying. They're all saying that. There is intransigent symbols side. Nobody is working with anybody. And nobody's moving. It's depressing. There's nothing going on. And they're all saying yes, actually disasters. What's going to happen? Listen to the different array of things that could take for for movement to happen ready. And this is from the Atlantic number one. It says there may be no way out of this mess until something disastrous happens. An array of Macab hypotheticals from airplane crashes deferred safety scares TSA strikes to terrorist incidents. One thing that ran through every conversation on both sides was the sense that the current political dynamics won't change until voters. Get a lot angrier. This is all pageantry said democrat house aide. It's going to take a national big national event to move things. I mean, we're at a standstill one senior Republican Senate staffer said he envisions the shutdown lasting until March. I do too. Actually, Trump's North Korea meeting is scheduled for the last week February I told executive producer, Chris. And I'll tell you that tells me that. He's gonna he's thinking that the February it should be over with by. And I do too. And I think I hope it better be. But if it takes a March, I'm fine with that too. There's going to be pain is gonna be a lot of pain. But that's okay. One senior publican said could be till March and guess what happens in March. That's when federal funding. Dries up for food stamps where you'll have a lot of hungry families and a lot of walmarts, Safeway and Kroger will be missing revenue so big business and large number of constituents will be certain get really mad. That's when both sides will have to care, right? That's when I mean, there's not gonna be a choice. Also, it won't end says another Republican. Lawmaker or an aide. It says it won't until TSA employees. Stay home in Americans. Get furious about their flights. Seriously. I could see that when you start messing with us personally. That's personally. That's when we get mad. Usually a lot of us. Are you know, most of us as a country are complacent until it starts affecting us. Then we start getting really mad. Also, they said well could be stressed out air traffic controller causing a plane crash that will end it could be the US food and Drug administration prompting a widespread food safety scare because they miss something. Like that romaine lettuce thing that happened in California recently that happened again. And and they can't catch it as well that could be democrat house aide said for her in many recall eggs on the hill. The mood is general depression. And she'd found Pelosi's latest stunt. Disinvited Trump in the state of the union pointless. This is a democrat. She said she no longer says she longs for a bipartisan deal that will let her get back to work on a proactive policy agenda. It's pretty bad. She says I've been in DC nine years never seen people this miserable. There you go. This is what was needed..
"last week february" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"And he can go to the basket you got somebody go into the hole and then he kicks it out and maybe kicked a divider who shoots to three you know right there's always sinai in position what's interesting is is there's not keen with more pros he's had been worked out and there's not much grass you know draft still in on this team they're just not involved or maybe can be drafted maybe matthews gets some day uh i don't know i don't want to pigeonhole anybody and tell them they can't do it but you know the the final fourteen was killed with drastic is that were we knew that they were gonna win the nba and it was sold a bunch of guys who were good guys than they got along just fine but you know they'll wanted their shot you know they wanted to score uh and that's what made that he can go with sure more often than not they worried more about more about their shots than anything else and that's part of what made them good this team more than anything is probably had just they don't care i mean they really don't they don't care who who ends up with fifteen or sixteen than that and that given game uh as long as they're six and seven ahead of whoever they're playing uh that's all just seems to matter to them so uh they're really a team minute in some ways it with the tournament that's why did you saw i make this little run here they're the kind of book tools they can do different things they can defend that can when different ways uh and and they're getting their deep so so unique group for sure and in one that i don't feel like a lot it's a team that's confident they they went into the victim tournament i mean a lot of mca said that they should win but they win the and with the attitude they were going to win the victim tournament i mean there was nothing else right nick oh yeah i mean they were playing their best rathmell the last week february a less two weeks really they came into the big ten thrown up there with i want to say it was five or six straight uh and then ship so i guess we'll have been five straight flip the nine during the tournament so they were playing their.
"last week february" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"Hi i'm connie joe with the latest round news one or two point nine karn this past week at the state capitol as little rock nine former speakers of the arkansas house gathered with members in the house chamber to pass a special resolution hmr one thousand and one was presented last week in respect for all memory of tim massive la he served as house parliamentarian for four decades from nineteen 75 two 2012 massive ellie passed away last week february twelve mass nelly had worked in his tenure with over one thousand legislators seven governors and ten speakers at the house in business in the fiscal session last week the house passed more than thirty appropriation bills for several licensing boards and commissions the bills passed do not include any increases in funding arkansas house and senate leaders have asked governor eisai jin said to go ahead and call a special legislative session to take place after the ongoing fiscal session adjourns to consider bills on regulating p bam's that's pharmacy benefit managers and amending the law and open containers of alcoholic beverages in vehicles arkansas online identified house speaker jeremy gillam and senate president protem jonathan dismaying who made the request in separate bud identical letters to governor hutchinson who said he will be reviewing all of that data and make a decision about the special session sued the legislator did not meet friday lawmakers returned to business tuesday after the holiday yes monday is president's day of federal holiday also all city county state and of course the federal offices will be closed post offices banks and many libraries will also be closed some city services will run a day late in arkansas it's also daisy gaps and bates day monday commemorating the civil rights activist who played a key role in the integration crisis that occurred at central high of little rock back in 1950 seven i'm connie joe news radio one or two point nine karn my morning starts this way by grabs him oatmeal cup of coffee a run out the door to start my work day and it listen of first news with kevin miller on the.
"last week february" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Half at home against the titans green bay laying two and a half and carolina the seahawks two and a half at home against the rams and the niners minus one and a half at home against the titans my week fifteen takes joe take it away well like your last week actually at a rare winning week on with two win one ubp with the giants add the giants at a three and a half i like the west we could look good for a while but then it all fell apart in the fourth quarter in a cowboys wanted thirty attend i one with the panthers getting two and a half against minnesota and i won with the chiefs lane four against the raiders so one 211 last week nineteen twenty two with one but his season want to try to have a big week this week i'm stop taken a chiefs again warn against the charges the sun saturday night the weirdest games gonna win that division i i really feel b two games left at that i feel very confident the saying it forget the rate is i'm not by oil game out i'm not by the rate is an outward into the vision is it gonna be kansas city or to charges and the charges have been red eye they won seven of their last nine games but i think that she's so off the slight you'll you'll offence has been back battle last week february jets beat them they put thirty one on the board against the jets they never had the ball clear the jets but have like a 50minute drive from place to score a touchdown so their offenses back they beat up the rate is last week it was even closer to the final score was twenty six fifteen the games in kansas city kansas city's get the point everybody now is jumping on charges bandwagon remember the cheese beat the charges earlier in the year in la 24 the 10 so like i said if the wherever words.
"last week february" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"With the purpose described as legal services or legal and compliance consulting when in reality at least some of those pay minutes were earmarked for the firm fusion gps with the purpose of conducting opposition research on donald trump by failing to file accurate reports the dnc and hillary for america undermined the vital public information role that the reporting is intended to serve if the commission upon receiving the comply china's reason to believe that the person has committed or is about to commit a violation the commission shall make an investigation into the so alleged violation in fact uh what they're doing is that's that they're they're quoting law right there i saw that as recorded in the law in right so there you go so you wonder what your laws immediately somebody recognised were broken federal election campaign laws for not falling accurate reports and that's just the beginning i mean potentially of this whole thing you have to wonder what laws were broken and at what level i mean you have to prove it it's not it's not about what you believe or what authorities believe it's about what they can prove uh and and so really of red the last forty eight hours really the last week february last 48 hours unbelievable the way that has changed and i'm i'm looking forward to just i i may start watching cnn and msnbc to see the kind of spend the third tempting to put on this it's an almost it's impossible to put out the spin there'll be a because as a again when you get the clarification even cnn had a clarify a falsehood that they put out yesterday molly hemingway brought that up uh uh on because the you know the some of the things that have been said on cnn that the dossier was paid for by both parties not true no evidence of that what's four um and and sowa most of the thing that they had to all that that the part of the dossier has been verified and she goes will yep part of the dossier might have been verified which might have been like uh uh trump associates had business relationships with the russian entrepreneurs right so that might have been verified or no but it had nothing to do with any of the salacious claims.
"last week february" Discussed on KKAT
"And compliance consulting when in reality at least some of those payments were earmarked for the firm fusion gps with the purpose of conducting opposition research on donald trump by failing to file accurate reports the dnc and hillary for america undermined the vital public information role that the reporting is intended to serve if the commission upon receiving the can plane is reasonable lead that the person has committed or is about to commit a violation the commission shall make an investigation into the sauna alleged violation in fact a what they're doing is that's that they're they're quoting the law writer of us actually she in the law right so there you go so you wonder what your laws immediately somebody recognised were broken federal election campaign laws for not falling accurate reports and that's just the beginning i mean potentially of this whole thing you have to wonder what laws were broken and at what level i mean you have to prove it it's not it's not about what you believe or what authorities believe it's about what they can prove uh and and so really for the last forty eight hours really the last week february last 48 hours unbelievable the way that has changed and i'm i'm looking forward to just i i may start watching cnn and msnbc to see the kind of spin that they're attempting to put on this it's almost impossible to put out the spin there'll be a because as a again when you get the clarification even cnn had to clarify a falsehood that they put out yesterday molly hemingway you know brought that up on uh on because you know some of the things that have been said on cnn that the dossier was paid for by both parties not true there's no evidence of that whatsoever our um and and sowa imos the other thing that they had to all that that part of the dossier has been verified and she goes will yep part of the dossier might have been verified which might have been like uh uh trump associates had business relationships with the a russian entrepreneurs right so that might have been verified or no but it had nothing to do with any of the salacious claims that were made in it that would in any way tie donald trump to collusion and and you know this because if there was a specific part of the dossier that.
"last week february" Discussed on WCTC
"And compliance consulting when in reality at least some of those payments were earmarked for the firm fusion gps with the purpose of conducting opposition research on donald trump by failing to file accurate reports the dnc and hillary for america undermined the vital public information role that the reporting is intended to serve if the commission upon receiving the complaint is reason to believe that the person has committed or is about to commit a violation the commission shall make an investigation into the so uh alleged violation and in fact a what they're doing is that's that they're they're quoting law right there are that's x recording a lot in it right so there you go so you wonder what your laws immediately somebody recognised were broken federal election campaign laws for not filing accurate reports and that's just the beginning i mean potentially of this whole thing have to wonder what laws were broken and at what level i mean you have to prove it it's not it's not about what you believe or what authorities believe it's about what they can proof uh an and so really the last forty eight hours really the last week february last 48 hours unbelievable the way that has change and i'm i'm looking forward to just i i may start watching cnn and msnbc to see the kind of spend the third tempting to put on this it's almost too possible to put out the spin there'll be a because as a again when you get the clarification even cnn had to clarify a falsehood that they put out yesterday molly hemingway you know brought that up uh uh uh on because the you know the some of the things that have been said on cnn that the dossier was paid for by both parties not to her there's no evidence of that what's however um and and sowa imos the other thing that they had to all that that though part of the dossier has been verified and she goes will yep part of the dossier might have been verified which might have been like uh uh trump associates had business relationships with the un russian entrepreneurs right so that might have been verified or no but it had nothing to do with any of the salacious claims.
"last week february" Discussed on X96
"Guess was last week february tenth was the serb's new data the story look as high school students have been encouraged addressed according to three in his like member come monday okay guess that means american hurting yep yeah you know where you're american flag ensuring out of sort of american flag shirt you know that you got a told maybe tropical tuesday this hawaiian shirts workout wednesday sweat spot active where i also heard thursday's event where students were encouraged addressed like followed doesn't well what it was i was going to happen diversity in written apology addressed to deal him to spy community principles people for sean apologize for the quote culturally insensitive activity which he said promoted negative and inaccurate stereotypes of this activity does not reflect the feelings or values of our school or community he wrote my apologies to any member of our schooler community who are made to feel on safe on valued or denigrate it in any way shape or form now that's the see that's the only story i had was for me so wake her own and it is so it doesn't really give any examples well i think you can imagine oh yeah no way the city there are some more here some people who says frye studio leaders had intended today to celebrate hip hop culture by mimicking the dress of some of their favored all that paul day don't be followed debut well that's all hip hop is the next five years like to be but you geez as well it's him for appropriate to ensure those types of activities in terms of music and culture does not appropriate to dress up in this type of way especially under the banner of follow good there were you know you can i'm yeah gangster stuff at these just say until popped a and then it's not an issue yeah it's who would still be an issue what's the it would stood there to still be a pro motor candidate number two there are no smarts like streak smarts i hear voter candidate number three this who's your captain in things are pretty.