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Fauci says US headed in 'wrong direction' on coronavirus

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 hr ago

Fauci says US headed in 'wrong direction' on coronavirus

"The nation's top infectious disease expert says the country is in an unnecessary predicament of soaring Kobe cases fueled by unvaccinated Americans and the beer let delta variant describing himself as very frustrated Dr Anthony Fauci says we're going in the wrong direction and that recommending vaccinated people wear masks is under active consideration by the government's leading public health officials conversations he's taken part in he made the comments yesterday on CNN also saying booster shots may be suggested for certain people who have already been vaccinated more than a hundred and sixty three million people or forty nine percent of the total U. S. population are fully vaccinated I'm Julie Walker

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More rain to hit China's flood-ravaged Henan province

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 hrs ago

More rain to hit China's flood-ravaged Henan province

"More heavy rain is expected in central China's flood ravaged Hannan province where the death toll has risen to around seventy focuses say cities already hard hit now face more heavy down poles complicating rescue efforts and attempts to deliver water and food teams are working hard plugging gaps in dykes well fresh storms will put more pressure on bases used to divert and hold floodwaters further help is coming from the military with helicopters used to bring drinking water medicine food and other relief items to around twenty thousand people in in accessible areas the flooding that began July seventeen who's affected almost thirty million people and it collapsed nearly nine thousand homes I'm Charles the last month

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Hero Cops Pull Baby From Car Wreck in Yonkers, New York

Orlando's Morning News

01:42 min | 4 hrs ago

Hero Cops Pull Baby From Car Wreck in Yonkers, New York

"They should be. After these guys saved a baby girl pinned under a car after an accident there in New York. This video released by the Yonkers Police Department begins with surveillance footage. Showing the car plowing into other vehicles before hitting a woman crossing the street while holding her daughter. The car can then be seen slamming through a storefront just before eight A.m. on Friday carrying the victims along on the hood. The video, then cuts to this this, um, this body cam footage from one of the officers as he enters the chaotic scene in the building. Let's listen in here. I got. I got it. I got the baby. Yeah, we got the baby under the vehicle. He can be heard telling dispatch before he approaches the front of the car. Where the other officers seen working with with other people to try to lift the car to release the child the child has pinned underneath this car is an amazing video. Um it and they get they get the baby out. They got the baby out and the two officers being hailed as heroes Officer Rocco Fusco and Paul Sim Modi. And here's Officer Fusco. Honestly, a miracle that both of them survived. Um Very strong, Mom and even stronger little infant. Yeah, just amazing. Absolutely amazing. Um, he lifts the Todd was wearing a Minnie Mouse dress and crying at the time. The child and the baby are going to be okay. You have to check this video out. It's absolutely amazing. And there are some people in this country you are still saying defund the police. It's just It's It's

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California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes as Blazes Lash West

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 7 hrs ago

California’s Largest Fire Torches Homes as Blazes Lash West

"Have started to make some progress on the largest wildfire burning in the us but there are still big challenges ahead. The bootleg fire in southern oregon is now nearly halfway contained. That one has already burned through more than six hundred forty square miles. It's forced thousands of people to evacuate and it's destroyed dozens of homes overall. It's one of eighty six large fires burning in twelve states. There are more than twenty two thousand firefighters. Battling the flames in california. The largest one is the dixie. Fire that one has leveled more than a dozen houses and other buildings in the northern california town of indian falls. Several small communities have had to evacuate other very large. Fires are burning in montana. Washington state nevada and wyoming just to name a few fire crews are working twenty four hours a day to get them under control. Some of them have traveled from all around the country to help.

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Yaqiu Wang on the #MeToo Movement in China

Front Burner

02:05 min | 9 hrs ago

Yaqiu Wang on the #MeToo Movement in China

"The reaction to the allegations against chris. Wu has many people talking about what it means for the metoo movement in china for more on that i've got yet you rang. She's a researcher for human rights. Watch in china and a columnist with msnbc hiatt you. Hi thank you so much for having me well. Thank you so much for coming on i. I'm curious i wanna start with what a stood out to you. The most about the public reaction to this case. I think there are two aspects. When is when this got exploded on chinese internet. I saw a lot of support up point support. You know praising the women for standing up for coming forward for being courageous on the other hand. Then there's you know there's always this cultural buyers against women who came forward and men like immediate like dislike suspecting this woman trying to gain something for alleging this rape against a very powerful and rich man so it's like this polarization of reactions to this case we do have to give a bit of context about the metoo movement and house doing in china because that movement gained a lot of momentum in north america with harvey weinstein case is the metoo movement well known in china absolutely i mean in china started at the very end of twenty seventeen when women in the united states accused a professor who taught her when she was out grabbing china hundreds. I was shocked because this man is known as a very respectable professor on the all the time. I thought he was a nice person. I did not realize he was manipulating me. May sound really yola. This incident just set off the metoo movement and there are many cases following that of women accuse powerful well no man for sexual

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Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

BBC Newsday

01:48 min | 9 hrs ago

Tunisian President Fires Prime Minister After Violent Protests

"To speed with what's happening in Tunisia major unrest over the last few days, the country's president has now announced the suspension of parliament. And the dismissal of the prime minister after violent protests broke out in several cities over the government's handling of the covid pandemic and the ongoing problems with unemployment and the economy. President Chi Saeed said on Sunday he would assume executive authority with the assistance of a new prime minister. However, the Tunisian parliament speaker has accused the president of launching a coup against the Constitution. Well for more. I've been speaking to Huda Was Yodit research in Tunisian affairs from the University of Toronto in Canada. Have to say I wasn't surprised because this has been like an open secret in Tunisia with a lot of people talking about the possibility of what President I say it. Maybe stage in some kind of what they call a constitutional cool, according to some constitutional experts, even though some others who know that would disagree with the label, But I think this is a moment that opportunity that is very critical when a lot of people They seem to be extremely worried and concerned that what side has done might lead to a part of some kind of dictatorship or some kind of could similar to what happened in Egypt. Others are quite you know, happy because especially the ones are very until mother Because of the way that the political class has been dealing with them. How economic situation but also the health places with carpet so in a way, because it's very popular with a lot of them so They felt that he, in some ways, you know, reigned in all the ills that has been generated by by the change in Parliament, in particular how it is run by the Islamist party. Another and this is

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German Politicians Divided Over COVID-19 Restrictions for the Unvaccinated

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 10 hrs ago

German Politicians Divided Over COVID-19 Restrictions for the Unvaccinated

"German political politicians rather are divided over a warning by Chancellor Angela Merkel's chief of staff that restrictions for unvaccinated people may be necessary if Covid 19 infection numbers reached new heights in the coming months. Chief of staff Helga Braun says he doesn't expect another coronavirus related lockdown in Germany. But Braun said unvaccinated people may be barred from entering venues like restaurants, movie theaters and stadiums. Because in his words, the residual risk is too

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Chicago Officials Join Residents for ‘Keep Peace in the Streets Prayer March’

WGN Programming

00:36 sec | 10 hrs ago

Chicago Officials Join Residents for ‘Keep Peace in the Streets Prayer March’

"Government officials, activists and police officers who let a peace walk on the West side yesterday. The keep peace in the streets March was part of an effort to show residents that the city is trying to solve the violence problem. One of those attending 37th Ward alderwoman, Mm, it's as a community came out of the hole will need to come up with How can we help families march comes after recent shootings in the neighborhood where several of the victims were young people. Some attending the march say they were encouraged by the news that Chicago will receive federal money to help fight gun trafficking.

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New Indoor Mask Mandate in Provincetown, Massachusetts Due to COVID-19 Cluster

WBZ Overnight News

00:46 sec | 10 hrs ago

New Indoor Mask Mandate in Provincetown, Massachusetts Due to COVID-19 Cluster

"The province down Select board voting during an emergency meeting Sunday night to authorized town manager Alex Morris to implement an indoor mask mandate until the positivity rate falls below 3%. Once that happens, it will become an advisory, which can be lifted once the rate is below 2% people returning to Boston from Provincetown this weekend. Tell WBZ TV there being more vigilant. I don't know about more nervous, but it definitely makes you stop and think and kind of like You know, I think we all felt like we were getting past things and suddenly you're let go right hand washing and all the other things. It's just sort of like back on your mind again, Officials say the cluster has spread to more than 500 people across multiple states stemming from all the visitors to P. Town over the Fourth of July weekend in New

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Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

Before Breakfast

01:41 min | 10 hrs ago

Is it Time to Prune Your Goals?

"Tip is to prune your goals you may be holding onto goals intentions that you don't actually intend to do or that. No longer makes sense for your life. Best to acknowledge that and let them go so you can focus on the ones that do matter around this time of year late summer. My yard starts looking a little overgrown the bushes along the front walkway grow so thick that it is almost impossible to walk through them. They are lovely bushes but not in that form. Time to prune them back. The same thing happens in a way with goals. Lots of people make new year's resolutions in late december or early january some people set a lot of goals just in the course of life like let me read fifty books this year or meditate for thirty minutes a day or pick up my watercolor paints again whether people keep these goals is a different matter. Sometimes we don't even think about them after a while but they're kind of they're as expectations lovely in some form but blocking the sidewalk when there are too many of them left untended if that sounds familiar. The middle of the year is a great time for a reckoning. Not because i want anyone to feel bad about whether they are harboring unmet expectations for themselves. But because it's good to be honest about whether goals are actually goals or not.

The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

NBC Nightly News

01:52 min | 15 hrs ago

The Mask-Mandate Debate Is Back as COVID-19 Cases Surge in the U.S.

"In the us in that fourth wave of covert. There could be a major shift in the cdc's mask recommendations men. An alarming number of new cases. Nationwide making fitzgerald has the latest tonight. The worst case scenario among the unvaccinated. If you're like going back into battle again and it's definitely it's definitely a another way. The highly contagious delta variant fuelling a surge of new cases across the country dire warnings from the nation's top. Dr going into the fall with the delta variant we could have a really serious problem with a considerable surge of infections the variant sweeping through the south texas arkansas and florida accounting for forty percent of new cases in the country but in miami thousands packing a stadium for a live concert here literally drowning and people as the cdc now says they could recommend mass for the fully vaccinated indoors joining cities like los angeles. St louis and new orleans but in arkansas a new law banning mass mandates goes into effect. This week it's important and not to have the current debate about mask wearing but have the current emphasis on getting a vaccine only forty nine percent of the country's fully vaccinated those without the shots making up ninety nine point five percent of cova deaths frontline workers once again with urgent please to the public. We are seeing younger patients. All unvaccinated are sicker. Dr michael building has been working in the cove award in fayetteville arkansas. Since the start of the pandemic he seeing more kobe patients now than ever before. What would it mean. The union collie more people vaccinated less pain and suffering and call less families to tell them their their loved. Ones didn't make it.

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113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 16 hrs ago

113 Killed in Western India Landslides, Monsoon Flooding

"100 people have died in over. 100 are missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India, Authorities have said over 130,000 people were rescued from nearly 900 affected villages across Maharashtra state's

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Fires Ravage Italian Island of Sardinia, Forcing Evacuations

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 16 hrs ago

Fires Ravage Italian Island of Sardinia, Forcing Evacuations

"In the Western US says ABC is Lama Hassan. Devastating forest fires sweeping across the Italian island of Sardinia have forced at least 400 people to evacuate their homes. The far is engulfing at least 10,000 acres. 11 planes are working to put out the flames. Fortunately, no deaths or injuries have been reported. Fire crews,

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Florida Reports More Than 73,000 New COVID Cases

Purity Products

00:20 sec | 18 hrs ago

Florida Reports More Than 73,000 New COVID Cases

"Increasing covid cases throughout the state health officials are asking people to get vaccinated. Although some people are lining up to get the vaccine. Others are still skeptical. I'm a healthy person. I don't have any underlying health issues. I'm not really concerned about it. The Florida Department of Health reports that there are over 73,000 new Covid 19 cases this past

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Pelosi Appoints 2nd GOP Critic of Trump to Jan. 6 Committee

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 19 hrs ago

Pelosi Appoints 2nd GOP Critic of Trump to Jan. 6 Committee

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi has named the second Republican critic of Donald Trump to a special committee investigating the capital riot congressman Adam Kinzinger of Illinois was among the ten house Republicans to vote for trump second impeachment he joins Wyoming's Liz Cheney yes the committees to Republicans in a statement he said after months of lies and conspiracy theories the American people deserve transparency and truth on how when why thousands showed up to attack our democracy house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy accused Pelosi of appointing members who in his words share her preconceived narrative saying it will not yield a serious investigation but an ABC news is this week with George Stephanopoulos pelo see had this maybe the Republicans can't handle the truth but we have a responsibility to seek it to find it in in a way that retains the confidence of the American people Ben Thomas Washington

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Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:02 min | 20 hrs ago

Sen. Portman Slams Pelosi's Threat to Delay Infrastructure Vote

"Senator portman thanks for joining us this. Let's start out with that infrastructure deal. You just heard speaker. Pelosi say she's not going to have a vote until reconciliation has also passed by the senate. I off do you expect to reach a deal this week with george. Let me say that. What she has said is entirely counter to what president biden has committed to and what the senate is doing which is a two track process. The infrastructure bill has nothing to do with the reckless tax and spend extravaganza that she's talking about in terms of what reconciliation as she called it so so no. I'm not happy with what she said. Because it's been inconsistent with the agreement that we have on a bipartisan basis. Does that mean we'll end up with nothing on their own. I'm gonna well if she has her way we could. I'm not sure what the future is of reconciliation. I know that the bipartisan infrastructure package is very popular among the american people and in the united states congress because it makes sense. We need it badly. You know forty. Three percent of our roads are in bad or mediocre condition. According to the engineers forty-six thousand bridges or structurally deficient We have ships lining up at portsmouth. Reports aren't efficient enough. Eighty seven percent of the american people. Nick we do it. Bipartisan infrastructure package. It's the right thing to do. Every president in modern times has talked about it. President trump's proposal was for one point five trillion dollars in infrastructure or is about five hundred seventy nine billion over five years so this is the right thing to do. It's been totally bipartisan. From the start. It's the way we ought to be doing things here in washington to get stuff done and i can't believe the speaker of the house would be blocking it. Do you have a deal. We're about ninety percent of the way there. I'm here this weekend working on legislative language with colleagues and with staff. And and i. I feel good about getting done this week. We have one issue outstanding and We're not getting much Response from the democrats on it. It's about mass transit. Our transit numbers very generous. We increased transit in this proposal. We also increased the formula going forward That's that's the one issue outstanding. Frankly at this point my hope is that we'll see progress on that yet. Today

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Residents say flood-hit German towns got little warning

Understanding CBD

00:19 sec | 20 hrs ago

Residents say flood-hit German towns got little warning

"Residents say they were given little warning and no sense of the scale of the danger before last week's deadly floods. State authorities have declined to comment on what mistakes might have been made. Hundreds of lives were lost in the flooding. Also, hundreds more people still remain missing.

113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 21 hrs ago

113 killed in western India landslides, monsoon flooding

"Several hundred people have died in over a hundred missing after days of heavy monsoon rains triggered landslides and flooding in western India authorities have said over a hundred and thirty thousand people were rescued from nearly nine hundred affected villages across Maharashtra states many was stranded on rooftops rooftop buses on highways India's navy also said it deployed helicopters to evacuate stranded people and sent rescue teams with bites to the region one of the worst hit villages was in Tyler I south of Mumbai the capsule of Maharashtra states the village of fifty nine households was buried by a massive landslide as bodies continue to be recovered bringing the death toll to over fourty entire lane is also closed by landslides and flooding are common in India during the June September monsoon season I'm Karen Thomas

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"many people" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

04:13 min | Last month

"many people" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Strickland as he explores the ever changing rapidly. Developing technologies that are changing industries overnight from advancements in cloud and edge computing sas iot and five g once again. Jonathan sits down with the world's most unconventional thinkers the leaders at the intersection of technology and business to understand how they continue to thrive in a world of complex organizations and lightning fast technology. The restless funds is now available on iheartradio app. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Welcome to brain stuff. Production of iheartradio. Hi brain steph. Learn bogle bomb here with another classic episode from our podcast archives. The world is increasingly nearsighted. And i'm not talking. Metaphorically researchers say that by the year twenty fifty. Half of the world will be nearsighted. Today's question is why pay brain stuff. Lauren vogel bomb here. There's a myopia epidemic. Going on in nineteen seventy one. Seventy two about twenty. Five percent of americans aged twelve to fifty four were diagnosed with this condition. Which is also called nearsightedness. But today some forty to fifty percent of young americans are receiving the same diagnosis. And that's nothing. Compared to asian countries where eighty to ninety percent of high school kids are now nearsighted in seal ninety six point five percent of nineteen year. Old males are myopic and researchers. Say that by the year. Two fifty five billion people will be wearing glasses to combat nearsightedness. That's more than half the people in the world. How did this happen so fast. And so many people while you might think it has something to do. With all the time we spend staring at computer or smartphone screens it's not so cut and dried. The rise nearsightedness started happening before the prevalence of those screens and has been studied. At least since the nineteen sixties the latest research reveals that the world's rising my opio rates stem from spending too much time indoors. in general. several studies. Show the less time children's spend outdoors the more likely they are to develop myopia. This could explain the much higher myopia rates in asian countries. Where a stronger focus on education keeps kids indoors for more hours than children living in most other parts of the world. We spoke with dr adam. Clarin a florida optometrist. He said the progression of the number of myopic patients has risen too fast to be explained by genetics alone. Unfortunately the data is not conclusive enough to determine what parts of being outside is protective against myopia. Is it the sunlight. Is it looking at distant objects or is it something. We're not even thinking about your sightedness is caused by an elongated eyeball normally the light that flows into your eyes focused directly on the surface of the retina but if your eyeball is a bit too stretched out the lens will focus the light slightly in front of the retina instead resulting in blurry vision the hypothesis about myopia. That's gaining the most traction says when the neurotransmitter is released into the retina it prevents your eyeball from an lung. Gating and blurring your vision and light is what stimulates this release of dopamine glasses or contact. Lenses is all that's needed to sharpen your vision. However twenty percent of those with the condition a heightened form called high myopia people with high are at risk for developing cataracts. Glaucoma torn or detached retinas and even blindness. Although no one knows how much time spent outdoors is enough to forestall myopia. One researcher at the national university in canberra estimated the amount at four hours per day. It's also possible that strong indoor lights could help but dr varma director of the university of southern california. I institute told us by that. Even if the myopia boom is not directly related to children spending more time indoors looking at a screen quote these are two sides of the same coin spending more time indoors quakes to spending less time outdoors especially during the day. Researchers are still trying to determine the real fix for the myopia epidemic. Dr clarin said other studies have shown that a low dose of atropine eyedrops can also slow the progression of myopia. These studies are completely unrelated to the studies on being outdoors. So there's obviously more than.

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"many people" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

06:12 min | 6 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Pretty easy to make the case that as a culture we are getting ruder and nastier to each other. Why is that what has caused so many people. It seems to have an opinion on just about everything. Feel the need to share that opinion and then on top of that the need villain is an attack. Anybody who disagrees without opinion. Is this going to continue to get worse. Can we do something about it. Danny wallace is a man who is concerned about this. He is the author of several books. His newest is called. Fu very much understanding the culture of rudeness. And what we can do about it. Hey danny so where did this come from. What's the cause of all of this. You can blame it on almost anything. The rise of social media is Is an obvious one. And and there is just the sense that we all have to be heard. There was a certain arrogance. I think to it and i think we're celebrating the wrong things as well. Certainly over here. In britain There's a phrase people use all the time. Which is. I'm only being honest. I'm just telling it like it is. I'm just saying what other people are thinking. And i think if you're doing that you have to sort of ask yourself. Why are the people only thinking it you know. Does it need to be said in in this way. And in this manner So you know. I think there is a gradual coarsening of Of debate that perhaps we're all a little bit guilty of we all want to be heard It's just happening more and more. I love i love that. Well why are other people not saying. Well maybe there's a point there eight. Maybe you ought to not say too. Yeah yeah well. There isn't something a little british about that. You know it could be. And i you know i am very british at one point. Someone else had accused me of this A man named brad blanton who was a pioneer of what's called radical honesty and he sees politeness as being almost deceitful Why am i not saying the root thing. If i'm if i'm thinking and so to of test that theory i did Fly to germany Not just because the germans have have a reputation for telling it like it is But also because there was a radical honesty course happening that So their idea is that if you see someone who's heck you do not approve of rather than ignoring it will saying no. It looks nice. You know you're supposed to say. I do not like you hack house And i found my time on that. German radical honesty is one of the most excruciating embarrassing and counter intuitive experiences i've ever had so perhaps yeah there is a point perhaps Perhaps i am repressed. But that's a great example. Because you know what's the point why. Why insult somebody's haircut when it doesn't matter and all you're gonna do is hurt. Somebody's feelings. What's the point in that. Well absolutely and i think it's far better to live in a society where we have empathy And we think about other people's feeling so we're celebrating. I feel the wrong things at the moment. We're celebrating people For their in quotes honesty whereas actually just to stand around and applaud them for their honesty which is tantamount to applauding them for just being rude. Don't you think though that while it does seem that people are ruder and nastier to each other. That on the other hand we also have people who take such great offense at everything that you can't look at them the wrong way without them being offended and the that's gotta stop to well. I certainly feel that. We've gone too far in the offense That we pretends to have taken at almost anything right. And i think that it's. It's very very unhelpful. Some people are going out of their way to be route And they should be called out on that we should shine a spotlight on it Know there's a thing called the looking glass self coined by houghton cooley. And that's basically as humans we're always looking For how we are being perceived by other people you know my coming across. Well this person like me. have. I offended them. So so so. That is a very very important thing and human interaction and when we confuse it by being offended by everything that time and demanding apologies and demanding that the the the specific phrases that we have in our ads are being used by people. He may never have heard those raises before that's just noise which which really confuses Everything and makes it much harder to make valid points about the rudeness about this. What do you say when someone says in their radical honesty kind of way that you if you see something you don't like you should be radically honest about it and you would say well wait a minute. What what would you say well. So so if they saying that to to me then i would. So of reminding the that society to function properly neither certain amount of lubrication we've developed these these these techniques Familia the the unwritten rules and the unwritten because we don't need to write them down because they make such perfect sense they work so little things like making sure we say please and thank you. If we're opening a door in someone running tools that do we can just take a second just to hold the door open for them. We can do all these things we can. We can be nicer. We can consider other people. I don't know what good it does. The person who's heck. I don't like to be told. I don't like the hacker. I don't see what the real positive is. The argument they would make Is that by being completely honest I'm going to through to a whole new level of friendship with that person because they won't be any lies between still coming from was from my point of view. I don't want to be friends with that person because they ruined right exactly and i bet you've had a bad haircut once or twice in their life and probably didn't like it if somebody said to them the i hate.

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"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:41 min | 9 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Transportation business out of out of business. It's it's a very real danger and not just our industry kyw. This is going to have a domino effect on all the businesses that work with the coach companies. And when we're talking attractions hotels restaurants to all kinds of things. It's a domino effect for sure. The the story has been well told of the government. Not being able to figure out a way to get relief to this economy What happens if nothing happens. Stimulus or relief wise until Say january or february right when there could conceivably be a change in government than i mean it several possibility that we may be one of the ones that on around. I hope that's not the case. We are working to find any little bits of business that we can. But i mean we should stop now. I i always hate to do interviews like this where it's nothing but doom and gloom other and look. I appreciate your situation. I'm not. I'm not asking you to tell me things that aren't true but are there any green shoots any bright spots. Yeah i mean. So macy's use buses to transport employees to what places every year. They have ramped up operations. Now if there's one thing good that has come out of this pandemic it's social distancing so whereas a bus that was a fifty six passenger vehicle used to the whole fifty six people now your limiting those numbers to hof or less the past and that might have rented one now has to rent two or three. That's a good thing for us but we also know that this is not long term And we just really need people to be able to travel again to half that competence to travel again Lots of people are itching to travel. But they just got a martin. Advise coaches in nashville tennessee. Trying to make it through a mistake. You very.

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"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

07:42 min | 9 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"Once or perhaps as depending on how long it takes the dust. Settles after the end of voting. Tomorrow attention is gonna turn back to the economy and this is a busy week october. Jobs report will be upon us. Friday morning and the fed meets wednesday and thursday. There is not going to be an interest rate. Move of that. We can be almost completely certain. Actually but you can probably count on the federal open market committee statement and cheer j. powell press conference saying something about the main street lending program designed for small and medium-sized businesses. It has been well. Shall we say less successful than had been hoped. So now as marketplace's justin how reports the fed is gonna lower its minimum loan size in that program from two hundred and fifty to one hundred thousand dollars. Just explain how that should help by allowing businesses to take out smaller loans. The fed says it's hoping more businesses will participate. Yeah we can definitely find places to use the money ushwyn day schmuck hatton bar short stories and says he's in the process of applying for a mainstream loan unlike his paycheck protection program loan. This one would not be forgiven bowl and it would have to be paid back and five years. It gives us a little pause. Take on something that we have to pay back like five year basis when most businesses don't know if you're out in the five months little five years the loans interest rates are north of three percent that hatrick runs the accounting firm harmony group. You're talking about loans that have terms that are very very similar to loans that you would get from banks say before the pandemic there are some businesses that could benefit from the fed's program says john lands at the accounting and advisory firm cohnresnick bigger businesses with a few hundred employees and businesses that had plans to expand before the pandemic we hope to open up a new location in the end of twenty twenty. We hope to start a new business. In twenty twenty one these funds could potentially be for that but that brings us back to the issue of business. Confidence met hedrick says in today's environment. There can't be along businesses out there especially in the small business community that are sitting there saying. Hey i feel better about what. I can see four years from now. I'm going to be great to bankers. Who deal with many small businesses. Told me they just don't see any point in their clients hitting up the main street lending program. I'm justin ho for marketplace two quick things before we move on first of all tomorrow morning on the marketplace morning report and every weekday morning actually david brancaccio and the gang. Bring you everything you need to know to start your economic day so check it out. Also number two. Had you been listening this morning you would have heard david say a version of this which i need to second here for the next couple of days. Your public radio station is going to be doing what it is supposed to be doing. Suspending their regular programming. That is us so they can bring you live coverage of a critical national story but as we like to say around here the economy waits for no one. Just because it's not on the radio doesn't mean we are not doing this program. We will still be here. You can get it on the podcast app of your choice coming up. We sent them if fairly strong email. Oh yeah that'll do it first. Though let's do the numbers dow industrial's up four hundred and twenty three points today. One point six percent. Twenty six thousand nine twenty. Five nasdaq gained. Forty six points just over. Four tenths percent ten thousand nine five seven s and p five hundred added forty points about one point two percent there thirty three and ten. Sabrina told us a lot of people are getting their grub from delivery services and drive thru windows. So let's check in on some of those chains. Shall we dunkin up almost six and a half percent today after last week's acquisition news from inspire brands. dominoes up. Three tenths of one percent polling. Actually not so hot today dipping a little bit more than one percent bear in mind though a lot of people in this economy. Just don't have enough to eat flat out. The census bureau's latest data chose ten percent of adults in this country. Saying they sometimes or often don't have enough food to eat or to feed their families. You're listening to marketplace this marketplace. Podcast is supported by personal capital. Who can help you take control of your finances no matter where you are. Download the personal capital app or start today at personal capital dot com get free professional grade financial tools including a retirement. Planner and fi analyzer. Want to talk. Personal capital has registered advisers by phone or online for qualified users personal capital. There's no place like financial confidence. This marketplace podcast is supported by. We work as a business. You know today takes new ways of working. It takes new measures toward health and safety flexible terms for where when and how you work spaces designed with your purpose in mind it takes the innovation of a. We work office to take your business where you want it to be visit. We dot co slash future to learn more. This is marketplace. I'm kai ryssdal travel and travel related. Industries are suffering in this virus economy airlines. We have told you about hotels is well. also the private motor coach business buses. According to the american bus association more than one hundred thousand people in the bus business have been furloughed since the pandemic began up. Mma martin is the chief operating officer at wise coaches their nashville tennessee. Good to talk to you. Thank you for having me. Tell me about why's coaches what your business shaw So why's coaches is a motor coach. Company we've been around for over twenty three years now. We have a mixed fleet of motor coaches and school buses and minibuses. And you know we're in the travel business. Oh we take people wherever they wanna go. The catch of courses at not a lot of people are wanting to go to a whole lot of places these days. What has the pandemic done to The wise company. Well i mean us. We kind of shutdown operations yuno mid march when the pandemic hit and that has affected eighty percent of revenue. We've had to lay off and follow a majority of our staff so things have been rough. I won't lie there. A press release or statement that came out from The american bus association which i will assume why coaches is a member of or at least familiar with and the headline was grim. It said death of an industry. Can that be that that this disease is going to put the private coach business and.

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"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

"There are as we mentioned last week on this program. Twenty two million six hundred and fifty four thousand four hundred and fifty three people in this economy getting some kind of unemployment assistance from the government both state and federal governments and capping off. What has been a lousy eight months in this economy for those millions and millions more actually some of them are learning. They're gonna have to pay back some or all of the aid. They got marketplace's fields reports larson. Ross got a notice in the mail in late august from the state of colorado. It said he had to pay back every single dollar. He had received unemployment benefits. He panicked. I don't have ten thousand dollars sitting around. I was a low wage teahouse worker. Who is unemployed. Because of covid the teahouse where he worked in fort collins colorado was required to close for a while in the spring so he applied for unemployment benefits and got them and i was using the money from unemployment for food and rent. So it's a couple months later. Though ross's employer contested his eligibility saying he quit which he disputes but his employer eventually one. I'm in this really horrific position where i just. I don't have this kind of money. And the state is demanding. That i've back. Thousands of people around the country have gotten overpayment. Notices like ross. Did people are terrified by these messages. And they're coming in swarms hearing about this. All the time in paxton is with the unemployment law project which represents the unemployed in washington state. She says people often get notices because they made a mistake on their application or because their employer or the state did and during the pandemic she says with so many people applying for unemployment refu- a lot of these decisions about allowing benefits have been made in haste. What's happening now. She says is that states are starting to review those decisions and revise some of them. Some are more aggressive than others about clawing. Money-back says michelle evermore of the national employment law project in some states other benefits can be garnished to pay for that taxes. Could be garnished. Future wages could be garnished with traditional unemployment. insurance evermore says states can choose to waive repayment especially if somebody's so broke collecting money from them would cause real financial hardship but they cannot wave repayment of pandemic unemployment assistance which is federal as it stands now. The law requires states to recoup that money from everyone who was overpaid and ever more says she's worried that a lot more people are going to start getting overpayment notices in the coming months. If this issue doesn't get saul this is gonna be more explosive. I think than people losing the six hundred dollars the extra weekly federal unemployment money that ran out at the end of july larson. Ross has no idea where he's going gonna come up with ten thousand dollars to repay the state of colorado. He is having a hard enough time affording rent bills and groceries. It's hard you know like i. I don't know going to be able to pay back at an. I'm going to have to leave. My apartment's decide just don't know it's a very scary. He says.

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"many people" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

Strawberry Letter

07:44 min | 10 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

"Is to to nick me. All Right Just hold it right there. We'll have part two of Steve Response Coming up twenty three minutes after the hour my strawberry letter Ford today the subject there were way too many people in one bed. We'll get back into it right after this you're listening. To morning show. All right come on Steve Let's recap today strawberry letter the subject there were way too many people in one bed. Are This lady term into a husband phone he gate they've been married twenty two years. He won't a motorcycle with short motorcycle level with the phone went outside she went all the way back March founders pitcher video of her husband Nick. Now this was two days before her fiftieth birthday they was in a hotel room head Jacuzzi and six seven people in on the bed. Where's? This hotel Sprang. Strong and the people in the bed was naked men. Oh. Confusing. Laid on the bed in between twitter women and they started kissing all over his body and video indy. Now, you gotta understand why the video into. Okay. Break that down. 'cause what was happening after that. You know that was the part he didn't mind keep it. Is something that happened La- late show 'cause obviously, he wasn't shooting a video. And obviously, he got a copy of it from somebody 'cause ain't nobody holding his phone they were doing a copy of the video he kept a copy he wounded. Something happened. Some got out of hand. You don't need to see that in your husband came back inside you has shaken you. Your heart was racing. And you say a word, I wanted to ask him about the orgy, but I needed to get more information i. I'm sorry Ma'am. You what Moat? Information as you look at, you need that was your ass. Damn host. Nick. That was him that laid own obey it. With a seven people in it, he managed somehow to find a crack between two women. Bench crowd. On across six seven people in the. A sheik. was showing he jammed his. May started kissing on. All right. Now. You need some more information. So you call your brother asking what it meant. Three guys was negative one room. And then he told you affect it ain't never good for group. Man. See. I if I'm in a room, I'm just saying. I must be the only one in there. That zips his pants up and down if we. Can Be only one. Eight nine eleven thirteen people in hill but I got to be the only one in hill. GotTa let the toilet seat up. When we go in the bathroom I'm the only one. Air Even without come out of the people, go st while you lead Cedar. To have because I'm the only man in there. And then you ask your brother about it. And you said it was a hypothetical question but your brother said. y'All live in a small town in SVN rumors about your husband being into a lot of different sexual things because in a small town see six people in room somebody told wall was enrolled. Over. His true. Your husband is into some other things. or Jesus, one of. Different. Now does. This is not a rumor. I told your brother was all true it. You've seen if you'll sell he said what you'll Lee. Because there's nothing else talk about now you don't want your marriage twenty two years to end this way. Okay. How did you want it right? do you want it in which you would? Sexually, transmitted. Disease. Do you want to eat with you find Nassim mopey pregnant do you wanted to e? Getting invited to comedy you get mad y'all getting fight. How'd you own a d.? It causes into going to end. But there will way too many naked people into bed Ma'am if one person. In why do you keep saying he was way too many naked people in like who is okay. See you throw it off bite of men now I can understand. See Because I. Guess. I guess I'm just assuming as a woman you think and if it's another woman you dealing with, you can fight that fight. But now you think if he has an appetite for something more than women. The could be trouble for you. So that is a dilemma that you have but. What naked person in the bed is a problem. He had a bunch now you brother told you. But you don't WanNa do that. So do I take my brother's advice and Lee. Do I talk to my husband his of sided story I I would love you to talk you heard from. So you could hear his size how can he lie his way out of? Shirley Sherrod ask me and I'M GONNA. Show you go. All. Right. Honey. Listen when you walked out of the room. I happen to go through your phone and I saw you went about. Yeah. Well, you left here. You wanted me to look at picture. Yeah. I. Did you win it? Foul you heard what I said, I? Hey No. So now we gotta manage well, I can't trust you with my phone eight this about him. That's how you GonNa try to lie. That's that's we. Week. Ask. Post your comments on today's strawberry letter at Steve Harvey FM an Instagram and facebook and check out sherry letter podcast on demand. 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"many people" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

Strawberry Letter

07:29 min | 10 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Strawberry Letter

"At target each item you put in your cart brings more good to life like a coffee brand that opens more is to black business natural laundry detergent that puts a lighter load on the planet wheelchair friendly Halloween costumes that set make believe in motion and make up at celebrates beauty in every shade. Here the good you want is always within reach because at target we believe in good we can all afford. Largest online conspiracy theory. Followers believe someone could Q. is provided them with information about deep state cabal within American politics within seventy US congressional candidates V, the shared or outright endorsed you know material but no one is confirmed the true identity of Q. We aim to change that. I'm Jay Conran Jimmy for my new podcast q clearance series that aims to uncover the tree of Kunal. Listen to q clearance on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts wherever you listen to podcasts. Well, guys only thousand nine days left until November third. Go to vote that or to get your early voting locations and get out there and do your part vote and vote early. Time now for two. Yeah. Time now for today strawberry letter, and if you need advice on relationships dating work sex parenting and more pleased admit your strawberry letters, Steve Harvey FM and Click submit strawberry letter we do all these subjects would like us before we mostly talk about sex and relationship You can write us about all this other stuff. And we'll try to help you. But mostly we talk about sex on this show. We do. Hold on tight we got it for you. Strawberry letter. Thank you nephew subject there were way too many people in one bed there Stephen Shirley I've been married for twenty two years and I have a big problem with my husband. My husband's CO worker recently bought a motorcycle and my husband wants one. So he showed me pictures of the motorcycle on his phone as I swipe through the pictures my husband walked outside and so I kept swiping his pictures I want as far back as March and came across a video of my husband naked. The video was done two days before my fiftieth birthday and it was in a hotel room that had a Jacuzzi. There was six or seven people in there in one bed including two other naked men, my husband laid on the bed between two of the women and they started kissing all over his body and the video ended I was so upset my hands started shaking and my heart was racing. My husband came back inside and I didn't say a word I wanted to ask him all about the orgy, but I needed to them information I later on called my brother to ask him what it meant. If three guys were naked in one room, he said it is never good for a group of men to be naked together unless they're in a locker rooms. I told him. It was a hypothetical question but he said he knew exactly why I asked. He reminded me that we lived in a small town and he said there have been rumors about my husband being into a lot of different sexual things. I told my brother it was all true and that I've seen it for. He advised me to leave my husband because there's nothing else to talk about I don't want my marriage of twenty two years to end this way but there were way too many naked people in the bed. Do I take my brother's advice and leave or talk to my husband and hear his side of the story? I please help. We need. A well. Okay. All right I'm sure this was a shocker to you. I'm sure it was I. mean who wants to find out that their husband is cheating this way. Why would he keeps something like this on his phone anyway I mean, does he go back and look at it from time to time? Did he did he want to get caught subconsciously and it seems like everyone in town according to your brother knows anyway. But you and what a shame after twenty two years of marriage he's brought unimaginable pain and embarrassment and humiliation to you. You said your hands were shaking and I I mean. So but what I don't get though is why you didn't say anything right then and there when your husband came back in the House I mean what more information did you need? You have him on tape in an orgy you you have the evidence You, want his side of the story I mean that was the time to get it and what could he say anyway, what really could he say how could he explain his way out of this and listen don't get me wrong I know that this is turned your entire world upside down twenty two years of marriage with this man but please. But believe what's in front of your eyes please leave that base your decision on facts and not the lies that your husband could tell you to try to get out of this particular mess and this is really want more than just a mess. This is hot stank and mess right here and You know you don't need. You don't deserve this. Okay. You deserve better and please know that Steve. I'm so dale could. This. Is. Jeremy had bought it in twisted man. Confused Lane that is beginning. Been Married Twenty, two years I started over on boot side. Hollywood. Photo sack. He's showed you pitch in a motorcycle. And then he walked outside. What You. Love your phone which wife and you know you do wrong. Man. Swipe through the pitch. After you looked at the motorcycles. So you swipe through them and you went all the way back to March came crosses video your husband head. Video of your husband naked. Video was two days for your fifty birthday. It was in a hotel room that had a Jacuzzi the here to let it change. That was six seven people in their own Abed. Kinda bad was this. California take. Phone, you can six seventy. Road ask people. Fifty. K. Fit in his bed now less the Cuba ails was in. Some of the best top cookie makers in the world keeps the. This. This was inside of a tree house. Food. I don't understand how six seventy. Two naked. ME. That's what was on the tape. Well, let's stop here. Don't see..

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"many people" Discussed on Coronacast

Coronacast

04:46 min | 11 months ago

"many people" Discussed on Coronacast

"Covered. The SARS coffee two hours infection was wasn't them? And we've? Talked about this before I quoted I think it might have been Iowa or Utah maybe it was Iowa can't remember exactly but a state in the midwestern United States, which found that there were ten times as many infections when they did this kind of study as had been recorded, and in fact, what this research showed was that there has been a fairly low level of infection this this is only up. To July early, July by the way doesn't include the second wave Victoria up until then which really the first wave of infection in Australia only point two percent point two eight percents of people in Australia. If if this is a valid study of these three, thousand people in these three thousand people representative probably not entirely representative because they're were having elective surgery but nonetheless, the three thousand people nearly point three percent. Now that doesn't sound like much and indeed it's not compared to say parts of New York where it might be ten percent. So point we've done pretty well to keep it down two point, two eight percent, but that's still about seven times as much as we recorded. So I think the time when they finish this study, there'd been eleven thousand cases diagnosed in Australia. And if everybody who'd been infected according to this study had been tested, they would've had well over seventy thousand, almost eight, hundred, thousand people infected. So there's a lot more people who've been infected Bambi the cases and people who've come forward for testing have suggested, but there's another study being done by the Kirby Institute, which is on pathology top samples I think that'll be a much larger study. It'll be interesting to see what that comes up with. I think they're hypothesis at the beginning was that it might be double or four times the rate, but this is a pretty high. Amplification, and it shows you what you gotta worry about here in Victoria, which is if there's a hidden number and there will be in Victoria as the will be a new South Wales and they'll swear there is a hidden number there added on. Then there's more virus circulating than you know about and it's quite likely also that people who've died have not been accurately documented as having died with covid nineteen infection. There's probably more people who've died than have been registered to styling fees. So question from Sam Norman about the Astra Zeneca vaccine, the Oxford vaccine. Sense. Asking when will the proposed Ezra Zenica vaccine complete phase three if successful, of course, and be sent to regulate his and from the how long does it take for the regulators to approve it? Well, I think you'll find that the regulators of food and Drug Administration in the United States and other regulators will do this hyper quickly and examine the data very quickly..

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"many people" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"On Msnbc read out. Thank you joy. Thanks a lot and when we come back, the most dangerous man in the House of Representatives was banned from Air Force One today. That's next. Attorney General William Bar is seventy years old which puts him in a high risk category for Corona virus and he is also obese which puts him in a higher risk category for coronavirus, and there's William Barr. Yesterday walking right in front of the most dangerous man in the House representatives, Texas Republican Congressman. Louie Gohmert who had corona virus yesterday when he was walking close. To the attorney general but Louie Gohmert didn't know that until today when he missed his free ride home to Texas today on. Air. Force One. Because he tested positive for corona virus before being allowed onto that plane William Bar tested negative for coronavirus today after Louie Gohmert result was made public Louie Gohmert was in a hearing room yesterday with seventy three year old Jerry Nadler. The House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler has preexisting conditions that make him more vulnerable to corona virus even more vulnerable than his age does the senior Republican on the House judiciary. Committee is seventy seven year old Jim Sensenbrenner who also has pre existing conditions that make him more vulnerable than even his age does To Louie Gohmert. Who is a danger? Not Just to himself A to everyone in the House of Representatives after the Louie Gohmert news broke today Speaker Nancy Pelosi ordered a mask mandate for the House floor. When politico's Jake Sherman broke the news that Louie Gohmert tested positive for coronavirus today that was the first time but Louie Gohmert staff heard about it. One anonymous aid to Louie Gohmert emailed Jake Sherman Sang, Jake thank you for letting our office. No Louis tested positive for the coronavirus. Write, your story you can include the fact that Louis requires full staff to be in the office including three interns so that we could be an example to America on how to open up safely. When probing the office you might want to ask how often were people berated for wearing masks later, Jake Sherman tweeted I've gotten a flood of emails from Republican staffers who say they too are being forced to come to the hill without a mask now Louie Gohmert who's at the top of everyone's list for the most ignorant member of the House of Representatives said that he thinks he might have gotten corona virus from the ban Danna that he was wearing across his face. Yesterday in the House Judiciary Committee hearing. There is video of Louie Gohmert actually saying that which we will not show because we don't want his ignorance to further endanger anyone else and so as of tonight Louie Gohmert takes his place among the four million, four, hundred, thirty, three, thousand, four, hundred eleven confirmed cases of corona virus in this country, and as of tonight, the United States has suffered one, hundred, fifty, one, thousand, eight, hundred, twenty, one deaths from Corona Virus Florida said. Record today for the second consecutive day. With two, hundred, seventeen new deaths one day deaths from corona virus. Journey discussion now is democratic. Congressman. Millage I pol from the state of Washington. She attended yesterday's House. Judiciary Committee. Hearing with attorney, General William Bar and. Louie Gohmert. Carson. Thank you very much for joining us. Tonight. It's good to see you and all of the Democrats yesterday wearing masks in that hearing but the chairman had to repeatedly tell Republicans that they should be wearing masks in the hearing of what is your sense of how Republicans might feel about this today as opposed to yesterday. Well some of them were starting to wear masks but I just have to Saint Lawrence unconscionable it's incomprehensible. And it is absolutely outrageous that we've gone even this long. As you know, Nancy Pelosi today made a rule announced from the House floor that nobody can enter the chamber without a mask, and then later she followed up by saying nobody can enter house buildings without a mask. This you know absolute lack of concern and I would say outright wilty for people who do have preexisting conditions. Vulnerable individuals is very difficult to understand today in the one of the hearings we had this morning I had to ask one of my colleagues Debbie Lesko to wear a mask and she told me to shut up. This this reaction to wearing a mask scientifically proven to help us with co bid and a virus is really outrageous. So if anybody is a little bit shocked by Louie Gohmert now maybe it will change behavior, but we have to just understand I still saw people walking around without mass even after the news about Louie Gohmert broke today. Will have to tell you the news that sickens me the most in. This is the news about his staff I used to work in those offices on Capitol Hill. I know how cramped the staff is when you are fully staffed and no office should be fully staffed now so that the staff can be allowed to social distance the ones that do have to come in and they should all be wearing masks and Louie Gohmert. For Gohmert I forces them all to show up squeeze into those spaces together without masks. It's horrendous Lawrence last week I felt a little sick and I it was unusual for me and so I decided I was nervous because we're around all these people without mass I went to the Capitol physician I got tested and they said, you know now go home warranty teed immediately told all I had to staff in the office at the time dismiss by alleged director, my contractor and immediately said go home, and until I find out what's going on Louie Gohmert to tell his staff and I was negative by the say that But Louie Gohmert tell his staff to come in in person and require them to be there people mock people for wearing mass again. So It's it's mind boggling to me because we have a situation where a hundred fifty thousand people have died. If we continue at this rate, Lawrence, we're going to be two hundred thousand people dead. Within a couple of weeks and these Republicans Trump Louie Gohmert, I could name a whole bunch of others walk around without masks knowing that this is putting other people at in harm's way. This is killing Americans and it is a culture that is spreading across the country. They're not helping people to understand that this is a very simple thing that Americans can do, and so that's why tweeted today where Dan? Mask. Carson. Paul thank you very much for joining us. Tonight. We really appreciate. Thank you Lawrence. I'm Tremaine league host of into America podcast from MSNBC join me as we go into the roots of inequality and economic injustice and racial injustice, and then when you add health is a health injustice into what's at stake people are going to be voting not for a person but for stability and into what comes next into America a podcast about who we are as Americans and who we went to become new episodes every Monday Wednesday and Thursday subscribe now..

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"many people" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

09:44 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"We saw that again today not only in the interview with Jonathan Swan by his deciding twelve thousand troops out of Germany and send some of them to Belgium's and some of them to Italy send some of them back to the United States which will cost billions of dollars take several years separate. Create rotations of soldiers you really doesn't care about our troops. Cares about Vladimir Putin. So I, think we are in a very difficult situation. We don't really know what's behind this. Someday, we will find out and his moving the troops which takes away some of our deterrence against Russia, was really a petty retribution of because answer, merckel. Lake many other people is more popular than Donald, trump, and we know he doesn't cut nat maintained some relationship with Russia because it's in Germany security interest but she has also been a great host to our troops and these decisions make no sense in the final thing I'll say which Rick knows extreme with. Given. That he is the Under Secretary for public diplomacy, the disinformation campaign by Russia by ran by China as our counter intelligence community told us this week is continuing. We don't know all the facts it's being underplay. They're still trying to influence our election. So we think back to Donald Trump saying in twenty sixteen Russia if you're listening look for Hillary Clinton's emails I think he's saying in so many words again Russia I, hope you're listening you need to get me the elected. Rick of Donald Trump spent most of the with Jonathan Swan allying and saying it never got to my desk never got to my desk when we know from. New. York Times reporting that it did get to his desk in the form of the written presidential daily brief, which he does not read of famously then later in the clip that we just showed when he's asked in the driveway by other reporters about it. To a reporter Donald Trump says so I don't know why they'd be doing it meaning Russia. But if you tell me, they're doing it, I will certainly take that under consideration. So there is in the White House driveway saying, well, the never told me about it but if you were reporter, tell me about this right now in the White House driveway, I as president of the United, states will suddenly take that under consideration. Well. You'd think he didn't have the world's greatest intelligence service at his beck and call he from the very beginning. He's always acted as though he wasn't president himself and had no agency. All he has to do is pick up the phone and ask the C. I. A. Director and say, is this really true and by the way for him to say, it never reached my desk it was in every news broadcast that he monitors religiously. So it's it's absolute denial Azam I mean again, the formula for him is always what would it mob boss? He? A mob boss doesn't want to act actually ask the question so he actually pretends ignorance about it but. I do want to bring up in something that you and Wendy we're talking about is the you know the withdrawal of American troops, which I think is absolutely Vladimir. Putin's dream. If someone had said to him, you're going to have an American President during your lifetime while your head of Russia who is actually going to part ways with Germany and pull out Russian troops. From Germany, he wouldn't believe it ever since he was a KGB agent in Dresden and watch the Berlin Wall fall without a single bullet being fired he was concerned about this alliance between. America. And Germany the whole Cold War was sort of in microcosm of what happened in east and West Berlin. Russia doesn't feel safe when there's a union between America and Germany because they always feel threatened by Germany this has been a goal of the Russians for five hundred years and Vladimir Putin has pulled it off because he has a lackey in the American president. Wendy Sherman Rick Tangled. Thank you both for joining our discussions and I. Thank you. Thank you. And when we come back together for the first time joy reed and Mary trump that happened earlier tonight here and I'm at seven pm on Joe Reads Show when she interviewed. Donald. Trump's niece Mary trump who explained, Donald Trump's strange and enduring attraction to Vladimir Putin. We'll show you some of that interview next and joy reed will join us. In an interview with joy. Reid. Tonight Donald Trump's niece Mary trump who is a clinical psychologist Offer explanation for Donald Trump's very strange attraction to Vladimir Putin. In your mind is Donald, trump's fixation with Putin, about some material gain he thinks he can get from him or do you does he does he maybe see him as sort of a new fred trump. I can only speculate about the former I. think there are plenty of reasons to believe that that's the case but. You know I can speak to. The resemblance that who may have my grandfather. When one of the things my grandfather did was you know through? Neglect abuse and pressure. Was Turned Donald into somebody who is eminently useful to. More powerful men. And I think part of the charm although I again I I. AM. Not. Privy date he conversations between them But I imagine Putin understands exactly manipulate Donald you know whether or not there are financial incentives. And joining us now is joy. She's AT MSNBC national correspondent and the host of the readout at seven pm every night right here on MSNBC joy. That was such a great question about what about this fixation? With Vladimir Putin and the answer was really fascinating and does line up with what she's been saying about her grandfather Fred trump. On Lawrence and yeah no, it was. It was I was very excited to talk to me trump. I. Will just say because her book. It really isn't a character study of a man with very little character raising children and what that does to those children and what Fred trump seems to have been in the lives of his. His daughters and his sons was sort of a ebeneezer scrooge. On the one hand but also somebody who seemed to want to. Sort of treat, them almost like a litter of puppies, one of which would be rescued from the litter and the rest would just be left there to languish and he didn't really care what happened to the rest. He was just going to pick one. And when he finally picked Donald because the older brother, his namesake Freddie, refused to be as vicious as ruthless as guile lists he refused to be read trump. Donald said Wail do it. You know he's the he's like I'll step into that role. Heat was fashioned into this tool for Fred trump to live his dreams of grandiosity because he couldn't be grand because of the way he was raised. So Donald could be grant for him. In a lot of ways when you read this book, you're basically kind of reading. This is Vladimir Putin. Vladimir Putin almost is. Donald Trump's new dad like the characters traits seem so similar and it really makes you understand why Putin is. So it's easy for him to US trump. Because trump essentially is filling the same role for Putin that he did with his father. I've always said I'd be much more interested in interviewing Donald Trump's parents interviewing donald trump because I wanna know how this happened and this is the book that tells us. You also got something very interesting from Mary trump. When you made the point, you raise the question of a you know Donald Trump doesn't have his father protect them anymore like he used to and that's that's something that's what's exposed all of his problems. Now, let's listen to that. Donald Trump's main problem now that he doesn't have somebody like your father that can make him look successful him and he's actually not capable. By grandfather. Yes. That's one of his main problems although he does seem to his have found his Roy Cohn in bill bar. So you know that's That's something that should concern us greatly. More than that I think one of Donald's biggest problems is that for the very time in his life He is receiving scrutiny although not enough and he's he's getting pushback although not enough and it's putting him under such enormous amounts of stress that we see him lashing out in ways he may not have was if had just stayed out of the Ove- loss authors. Joy Such an interesting concept that he doesn't have..

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"many people" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on Short Wave

"All activities that have reportedly led to virus transmission. Okay so to wrap it up here. Paying people without symptoms do spread the virus. It probably happens more with people who eventually get sick and have symptoms, and we don't know how much spread is coming from people that never get symptoms because those people are hard to study. And this is important. We know for sure that people who don't currently have symptoms of coronavirus can spend it, and it's actually a major difference between the current is that we have now and the corona virus that causes the SARS epidemic, which seemed through Asia in two thousand and three with SARS people really didn't transmit the virus until they were visibly sick or even a few days after so we were able to contain that coronavirus by findings, people and keeping them isolated from everyone else. With this corona virus by the time, someone knows they're sick with it. It's possible they've already given it to other people, but the good news. If there is some is that we have some pretty good tools at our disposal for dealing with it. Yes, absolutely, tell them to me paying. Yes, so this might not be brand new to anyone who's been listening, but it's hand washing its mask wearing. It's keeping distance from other people and also definitely definitely staying home when you're feeling unwell. Those are tools that actually work whether we're talking about a symptomatic or symptomatic transmission. You know paying I love that advice it straightforward. You don't have to understand the tiny nuances between pre-symptomatic and. In order to know what to do. and. I think that's what's been so frustrating with this whole scenario is the W. H. O. put out some very confusing messaging totally Mattie it was confusing, and some of that was you know unclear messaging from WHO and I would also say that some of it was the media to be able picked up a message without adding context and nuances that would help the public understand what they meant, and the language of us around Corona virus is really important. I mean even right now. Everyone's talking about the second wave of corona virus in the. The fall, which makes it seem like the first wave of coronavirus infections is over, and it is certainly not yes I mean outside of a few states cases never really went down like we are still in this steady state of infection, and I'm worried that people aren't really getting that message. Absolutely yeah, and it's even more reason to stay constantly vigilant and you gotta socially distance. You've gotTA. Wash your hands. You've got to wear a mask especially indoors because we know that people who seem totally fine, can still get each other sick. All right pig I appreciate you coming on the show. Thank you Maddie. It's great to be here. This episode was produced by Brent. bachman edited by Viet Lay in fact checked by Rebecca Ramirez. I mattie Safai, thanks for listening to shortwave from NPR..

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"many people" Discussed on Talking Tech

Talking Tech

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on Talking Tech

"Hundred and sixty six million daily active users compared to two hundred and twenty nine million for snapchat five hundred million for instagram or one point six six billion for the most piper their social network facebook. So why are we all talking about twitter? Well you can thank president. Donald Trump for that for putting Jack Dorsey Social Platform on the front page due to his heated war of words and deeds with the Internet company. It has an outside influence that resonates far beyond the people who visit the analyst Jeremiah. Owyang said to me quote. Twitter has a small user base of a few hundred million. But it's reach is to billions as the content is shared and embedded in global media now to recap twitter. Put out get the facts warning label on a tweet by the president which claim that mail in ballots would produce election fraud. Trump responded the next day by signing an executive order which by his own admission. We'll get tested by the courts. It directs the Federal Government to review its authority to strip Internet companies of their legal protection from liability for content posted on their platforms. Then twitter escalated at further by blocking a trump tweet that called Minneapolis. Rioters thugs and threaten. Have them shot saying it? Glorified violence. He responded by tweeting again on the official twitter account where it also got blocked which brings us back again. The twitter trump wrote the exact same comment on facebook which let it stand without comment and that post received more than two hundred thirty five thousand likes fifty one thousand comments and sixty one thousand shares as a Friday afternoon versus absolutely no social media love on twitter which doesn't allow comments or likes on a block post yet. It was the trump tweet that was reported on by every major news organization and thence them now facebook sized dwarfs twitter but because the social network is built around a circle of Friends. It has an algorithm that limits your entire network from seeing a post instead. It just goes out to just the people who comment interact with you on twitter. The tweet is seen by the world with no restrictions on audience size or registration so meanwhile twitter went public in twenty thirteen and has struggled to make much of a financial splash since as its earnings are dwarfed by other social networks. Twitter brought in three billion dollars in twenty. Nineteen facebook broaden. Seventy billion spread bright. Michael Packer who's an analyst with Wedbush securities told me that twitter should have been able to ride trump's fascination in daily usage of the platform to greater heights over the last few years quote. They had this amazing opportunity to grow. But they haven't exploited it the stocks doing okay but nowhere near where it should be with all the free publicity. They've gotten from trump unquote. Let's see what happens next listeners. At love to hear your.

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"many people" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

Bravo TV's Daily Dish

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish

"Even and my girlfriend and then a housewife anyone other cities and my own city and reached out to basically. If I had your number or your instagram I reached out you know. Oh no one was safe and then I started the facebook group wanting minds and I asked everyone fight his and It's probably helped out to bonds between manning and they always look these are the ideas and have and so it started with that and then I realized that doing non profit and charity that you needed to have all the paperwork in order and that's a long time. Yeah so lucky that my good friend for Armstrong already had a foundation in place that she kind of not done anything wherever last year. She said I all I would love to be a part of it so I was able to put wise reminds under Under the act. Hd armed from foundation and so her apartment song and my good son Can Marine Evans. Hunt should've been the three of US kind of taken this to the next level. So what we've been able to do is raise money Either through donations or a lot of honesty. My cameos have made a lot to donate in Tampa. I mean even like my husband. My just been like today that he did today out his friend in the head of a big like local business group here and is now but like we've been able to raise money to get safe mass. Amazon card sue deliveries everything. We read this week. It's going to get the face shield which I just wear the that and maybe even longer.

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"many people" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

08:24 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on The Big Story

"And individual had to prove that they were report and And we don't do that anymore. We do not feel that we are being taken advantage of in any stretch People don't go to food banks To take advantage of of the system The We we get rid of that barrier by how we Interacting and greet Individuals yesterday had a wonderful meeting with with two of my colleagues Who Run the Food Bank? I at New Toronto Street and these are individuals who who really value An individual clients coming in and saying How how can we? How can make your day better and And so we we make it a shopping experience. It's not a not a not A. Here's here's your bag food and Employees it's shop for your for your food. We're glad that you're here. We make sure that That individuals have access to all of these social benefits that they They are entitled to so we set set up systems of of referrals so that Individuals we can shorten the line of individuals needing Food banks but you know the food banks are. There's an important They're an important resource to tens of thousands of people in our city. So while while we have this emergency need We will continue to fill. But we're GONNA advocate for systemic changes our donations as the need for this rises at least in Toronto donations. are are difficult We are very grateful for anybody who makes a food or a monetary donation to the organization Because daily bread needs and it goes you know into to such a simple Needed item food. We just need And so the charitable sector In my opinion is the most competitive sector of our economy It represents about ten percent sign of the economy and They're eighty six thousand charities across the country and all have brilliant missions and so if you have to compete against eighty six thousand great missions And differentiate yourself it becomes very difficult and so how do you do that. That actually fascinates me that that you're in competition with so many worthy causes we Make it known that it is that somebody's active generosity is being used wisely and is desperately needed and People you know it doesn't matter your your background we can all we can all think about a meal It's a commonality across cultures. Everybody knows that That it is a basic Right that individuals have and and And and I wanna see that fulfilled and so we make that known we work with other charities to To make sure that you know social services are provided and You know it's very difficult but time I would say Canadians want to see every individual In their neighborhood doing well and when they're not then they step up to the plate and And they pull out their wallets. Aren't they drop off food. And and they It's an Edward expression of their their inward values. In practical terms is a better to give food or money and what kind of food in practical terms. It's it's better to give to give funds John's but I I don't want to discount the giving of food you know I recall my mother taking me around Lob laws and Often saying here's the paper Bag You know I want you to fill it up with food that you would like and we'll we'll we'll drop it off either at a fire hall or at the end of the grocery store and so t to give food you you you have a a a a great tangible experience that you can pass down to to your Children That that opportunity to think beyond your yourself so I think that there's great lessons through through food to be able to give Funds are also very much appreciated And so as time And so is so as somebody raised their hand and advocating for for change so people have the opportunity to to donate to volunteer advocate. And we're we're grateful recipients on all three what changes for you both in terms of the need from clients and the donations that you get as we move into the holiday a season so the The holiday season is a time where the daily bread food bank makes breaks the next year. It is critically glee important. We are we. We work very very hard and very long hours in order to be able to mobilize that great army of volunteers To be able to raise foods and Diane funds and you know what what what changes I would say. The need doesn't doesn't change during during December but were reminded you know each each and every day as we visit food banks has food is distributed as hope is raised We're reminded of the need and and and we can see it And and this is a time of reflection for many families and so as they think about a season of hope. I think they want to make sure that there is There is hope uh-huh right across sectors right across cultures Roy For every individual living in the country. How do you go about making the move from being a food bank? It is on the front lines feeding people to more of the advocacy and the campaign for systemic change. That you mentioned without kind of taking your eye off the ball you mentioned like resources are limited right. How do you do both these missions? At once what he sacrifice well the good thing abode advocacy is a actually. It's quite low cost to do it. You know we It does not cost us a lot to be able to meet with a minister to meet with if they Member of parliament and city councillor and provide them with the research and the data that supports a compelling case that that that of poverty in the city and and the solutions to it. So it it. It's a lot of Subway Tokens and meetings Rather than cost to do it So our mission is clear We will I work very very hard to increase the quantity and quality of the food. That would is being distributed abated across the across the network While at the same time we devote a fulltime staff resource to mobilize the community and And and we make use of all social channels And that's actually been one of the positive things but social media's it's you know in terms of democratising our our ability to advocate for systemic solutions. So so that is Another tool that we make a great use of finally. What is if you had to sum it up one of the key takeaways from this report that you want people to understand that they may not have understood before about Food Insecurity well. I think I would summarize the report by saying the need is growing and the NITA's growing and it's the Woman or man Sitting beside you on the bus or or at a Tim Hortons who is in need of food banks and unless we Respond to a call of action that need will continue to grow zero and so let's let's respond to it joyfully and and and And Begin to work and fix the stomach The challenges that we have so that everyone I in in in the city. I can escape the clutches of poverty. Thanks for joining us. Now thank you. You'll have ten. CEO of the daily bread. Food Bank if you'd like to help her volunteer you can go to daily bread dot ca to find out more for more from us you can head to the big story PODCAST DOT CA. You can also talk to us on twitter. We're always listening. Have B- big story Afghan and we're in every podcast application. At least the ones we know about where you can write us in review US give us five stars. Tell your friends like subscribe everything that podcast people do. Thanks for listening. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings. We'll talk tomorrow.

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"many people" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

Farm Small Farm Smart

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on Farm Small Farm Smart

"Here it is another farm five on farm small Farm Shen with regards to how much income you WanNa make and I'm not sure that that's the best way to go offer with one or two person and then from there you scale ager field in the middle of which had this rabid coupe debated that you know there's there's pathways and we put a little Richard and upon well you should come down here and visit what we're doing because we're four Orton climate so just when you when you do successions up this before but it's just the side of bringing this to market if I wouldn't say claim to fame 'cause I don't like that thing but it kind of reflects if living profitable again I I don't like to say that too loud because I sound like an advocate contractor and it's just for me just doesn't make sense going to farm and have you know three hundred thousand dollars worth of production happening your dial everything to your to your tool to track down it's just an extensive setup and that's the most I wouldn't say mistake because each zone and who am I to say Batman are we were under control we were having an eight to five kind fifteen twenty acres so I thought you know what's what's the deal here and you're scaling everything to that well you're perhaps gearing yourself for you that adds up into our economic fears that we've been trying to keep Labor my employees at the end of the year they make more money tonight in Canada especially there's a lot of advantage you need to pay and Blah Blah Blah and just by and That's not affiliated at all you know it's just.

"many people" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"many people" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by MD Anderson Cancer Center home to one of the nation's largest cancer clinical trial programs of its kind providing hope to patients new approaches in detection an advanced therapies more at making cancer history dot Com and by Code Wizards HQ The number one coding school for kids and Teens Ages eight to eighteen these virtual teacher led classes have student success rate. That's fifteen times better than self paced skills will prepare them to thrive in technologically advanced world that's changing every day go online to code wizards H Q dot Com and use offer code marketplace to get percent off your first month we're getting inside the mind of the global protester to find out what's pushing people to the streets all across the world live from London this is the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service. On Victoria Craig Good Morning I to Canada where Prime Minister Justin Trudeau narrowly won a second term in a bitterly fought election campaign Mr Trudeau swept to power four years ago promising quote sunny ways but this time around he failed to inspire as many voters he will lead a minority government after his Liberal Party failed to secure any seats in the country's economically frustrated Western prairie provinces including Saskatchewan Alberta the latter of which has struggled with low oil and gas prices and high unemployment for the last several years the BBC's Chris Buckler reports from Montreal they chanted Justin Trudeau's NAM victor in election that saw his reputation buttered and his political career threatened his Liberal Party no longer has a majority in parliament but he ruined means prime minister you are sending our liberal team back to work back to Ottawa with a clear mandate we I will make life more affordable we will continue to fight climate change we will get guns off our streets and we will keep investing in the loss of seats suggests some Canadians did it their fee it's shaken and Mysterio do was seen as the golden boy of Politics awesome multiculturalism in Canada for years ago in this election old pictures emerged with the space blacked up and the Conservative leader Andrew Scheer reaced quest enough to question about the prime minister's humbling over corruption scandal and that's why when we formed government I will hold a judicial inquiry into his scandal get to the bottom wii commence led to a chance that would probably on more appropriate at a rally for President Trump in Canada's near neighbor aw well we're GONNA get to the bottom of the scandal coming from the Conservatives we've seen a lot of like nasty campaigning a lot of like fear mongering and lies spreading and it's been something that's never really been seen quite like this before in Canadian politics so by really proud about how the liberals have handled that and taxes Mr Tito's supporters may see him as white lights but there are signs this election has left him scarred and my message tonight is that the strength of our democracy is not only Andrea she does concession speech was rudely interrupted on television by Mr Trudeau decided not dewitt to celebrate his success made a donation just so you know what you're seeing here this is very unusual visual normally procedure is to listen to one leader finish before the next begins that is not the case so a nasty campaign now develops into a state election night victory speech here we go the Conservatives did make gains and those who worked in the Liberal Party Campaign New Justin Trudeau count ignored that's the BBC's Chris Buckler Reporting Montreal there let's do the numbers back here in the UK the pound is down slightly as the prime minister hopes to persuade members the parliament today to approve his Brexit Bill in three days in order to leave the EU on the thirty first of this month but opposition parties say they need more time for proper scrutiny to the streets of Bolivia this morning where another election results favoring an incumbent is fueling discontent among citizens the South American nation isn't the only country experiencing rising levels of unrest in the last several months we've seen street protests breakout Ebanon Hong Kong even the UK Jacqueline Steck Lindbergh at the University Amsterdam says that's because the protest mentality of the nineteen sixties has made a comeback and this time it's fueled by deepening social divides these types off issues they are rooted in traditional social pitches in society between the haves and the half knots at Luna also Hong Kong is related to central and peripheral thirty so it is really about independence are the protesters learning from each other yes so in addition to getting inspired by others they also learn about the issues about what it is you can get really mad out take for instance the metoo movement or black lives matter but also in terms of how to protests what strategies work during the demonstrations people are in contact with each other before social media yeah death was really really hard but now they can come together or disperse at places that they know that the police is it's not now it's one thing for protesters to take to the streets to show their dissatisfaction on a range of issues and to push for change but is there any evidence that these protest US actually make a difference that there's anyone on the other side hearing that and an acting it's very very hard to single out defects of one Angle protest or campaign there is one researcher in the United States who in the eighties histories search showed at around thirty percent of the movements accomplished part of our goal or their goals so it is he's a rather effective way of citizens to influence politicians because the other way is via elections well in general they take four years and in elections in general about multiple issues so protests give you the opportunity to focus on one single issue that you deem important rather than waiting for the next elections Jacqueline van stickler from the view university in Amsterdam. Thank you thank you finally diamond. Giant beers is losing more or less term as customers increasingly consider lab-grown jewels quarter production is down fourteen percent do mine closures and weaker market demand in London. I'm Victoria Craig with the marketplace morning report from the BBC World Service this marketplace podcast supported by Alpha Trader Alpha trader is a weekly investor focused podcast produced by seeking Alpha that will dive into the most impactful market news and set the stage for upcoming markets events hosted by Aaron Task Stephen Alpher every Tuesday new episodes include discussions with market experts on topics that are relevant active traders who are seeking Alpha.

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"many people" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

13:39 min | 2 years ago

"many people" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"You know in your inventory. I don't understand what the score is four. I think it just like an overall score of how good the weapon is. I want to be a rarity. Though I'd I can't do that. I can only stop I score war against sort by score type manufacturer and that's it. They have like two images side by side that I think's really wonky okay yeah. I've personally never cared about the manufacturer sorting I know that different manufacturers have different little tweaks and in court but generally that's not you kind of memorize those pretty quickly right Yep plus. It's like I'm still going to go for the gun. It doesn't matter if it's TV there are Jacobs Gone Yeah Yeah. It's definitely it's definitely an interesting way of setting up the inventory system. I think the whole point behind the score ev- I remember the announcement was to to make it so that people who weren't going to dive deep into the specs like you're like you want to do could have in an adequate way to to choose things but it also. It doesn't feel like there's a there's an open translation right. There's no it doesn't tell you how the gorgets it gets made. It doesn't tell you what about the what about the score is significant. No not at all. I don't know how they are defined. What makes up the score and I have lower scored weapons that are better than higher scored weapons so of the same type of sniper Steiber so I don't know what that's useful for yen also like I love going for elemental weapons so like it doesn't matter what scores I'm just GonNa go for you know? Some Indus got a a good chance to put an enemy on fire so the score. How many people can I set on fire today? Exactly dislike searching through all of it. They have looked too much side by side in two problems. It just makes it seem cluttered. It's hard for me to pick out a specific weapon like it wasn't the first game it was just a straight list of legendary to wolf you legendary rare you know Blah. Blah is just really easy to quickly select the weapon this one not so much and I don't like it. Yeah it's a bummer but but as far as the General General Gameplay so far it pretty similar to the demos that you've done yeah absolutely I love the mantle laying in the knee sliding. It's really nice but it's it's more of the same it's more borland's. New Siding should be in every game yet shed so if you liked Borland's to your think you're gonna like Borland's three cool all right so like the the knee sliding thing. Is there yeah I mean obviously from from the videos it was you know being able to to really quickly like slide into the cover. Get yourself in the middle of a set of combat where where have you found that was useful so far just in combat like behind cover rocks and stuff anxious. It's just fun to use when I'm running. I was knee slide run. Knee slide is just useful. The first two games you could only crouch and there's not much you can do when that happens. You just Kinda like crawl on the ground. You lose mobility so I'm glad glad they added that mobility to three cool so is there anything anything else about the game so far based on the reviews or anything that you're you're not sure about as you're moving in forward into the story because I remember one of the things you said from a bunch of the reviews when you and I were talking was there were very few references from people writing their reviews to handsome Jack you know where where do you see you know kind of the the story so far right I mean he is not in the game so I can expect that on one hand but I also I want to know how the CALYPSO twins stack up to handsome Jack How they compare as villains and from what I I haven't read good things about the clips at twins. I've heard they're just like generic Eric one dimensional ohring villains that you care about so I'll have to I actually haven't met him yet in the game I think I'm about to probably the next thirty minutes but I met them in my preview and I mean I didn't get a good glimpse of them but I found them to be not exactly exactly one dimensional like they got a glimpse them as influencers not really as character so maybe that's what people are talking right like how they kind of like lean into in too much to this whole like influence or like. Let's say you know let's play yeah but I found that kind of interesting especially you got to talk to the writers on the game and I asked them kind of why they decided to go with influencers and they talked about about it as kind of like a like a narrative thing where it's like we wanted to have villains that could unite all the villains Pandora the bandits I mean and it was a matter of okay. How do we do this well? They literally run a video channel and a a constantly have to keep upping themselves to quiche earlier partners. It's basically the same idea yeah right and I didn't mind that concept especially because it's like it's twenty nineteen. influencers streamers are kind of thing and it wouldn't mind if people people played without a lot more in a cultural context although obviously as I've mentioned I was a little scared of that idea because it could very easily be until like these crazy kids in their crazy tubers and I don't get it is violence the game to do it. I don't know so yeah so like again. I don't know how it all plays out but I didn't mind it as an idea of like this is how they can amass a ton of followers very quickly and it's why they lake sorta start messing with the Crimson raiders because ask for them to gain followers and to create Hashtag content and there's a part later I don't WanNa spoil it but I got to it and it's this idea that they they're kind of separated from the violence of they only really see it as a means to an an end in the end is content so the violence doesn't actually mean anything to them and I found that subtlety kind of interesting exact again. I don't know where that goes. I've only seen how it affects the Crimson Raiders on Pandora so who knows maybe the reviewers are have a point when they say their one dimensional because it doesn't really get more than that yeah we don't know because I have not played back story right like I just started ended a couple of hours ago when you want from me. He's actually all right cool so I mean bird ravenously going to have more to say about this. Yeah has jen. I've have you just done like the broadcast center staff or have you done other stuff on in the game. I'm just getting to it. I haven't met them yet. I just got I'm on Pandora. Still I entered like that new area where the holy broadcast center is and then I had meetings to get to bear so I haven't haven't played too much level seven but boy lands threes work it is it is I've got a question for Jennifer and carly so before I'm I'm ashamed to admit I have never played a borderlands game. I thought about picking it up multiple times the one and two and the one in between there so poor people like me who you've never played before and want to get into the scammer considering getting into it. Do you have any tips or tricks or or ideas for what to expect from this game. Don't start with with one as much as I love the first game. Don't don't get the first game I agree. It's my favorite but it it they totally changed it up into into and that's to is more similar to what you're gonNA experience in three okay. You don't really need anything it one now. You don't need anything no nothing from the story yeah they bring characters back but they also like the number to be played on its own. Okay sounds good actually downloaded to so I'll be probably be playing that one pretty soon I mean to is great and handsome. Jack isn't it is a great villain. and yeah like I said anything that came over from one is explained pretty well see don't really need it and then in regards to like the other games like the pre sequel. I think is fine like it's it's like if you want more borderlands and it's on its UNIN different locale. I think it gets good and you get to play I've been playing it recently and I got to play the handsome Jack duplicate as a as a vault hunter it's really funny and great and then but you can skip that and just go to tales from the borderlands because tales from the Borland's is the best even though it's not technically borderlands game. It's not yet game so point and click but yeah it's a it's a story. It's a story driven choice game so there's not combat but so the writing is amazing stories really good though soundtracks I can gush about tally available again now they. I'm so yes who's Roselle got yeah saved it around somewheres a lot on exactly no if it's on steam or not but it's somewhere I would assume yeah but it's definitely worth playing. It's my favorite so I'm going to take a few minutes and talk about the one weird time that I got to be a pirate. Just strangely excited about this game. It's not something that people are going to play. It's a virtual reality game table on all of the VR platforms early will be. I don't think it's actually on the question but it's playstation. VR In innocuous and all those right now. It's called data week battle wake. Is this bazaar game that I didn't think was going to work when it was being described to me. I thought this is a terrible idea and I was ready to to to not be happy with it. You are a pirate on a pirate ship and you you are a naval combat so like you take your pirate ship and you go and you blow up other pirate ships and it's made by this company called surveys that does a lot of stuff with online game play so the whole deal was being able to take your pirate ship and fight all of these other ships in an online environment under these huge naval combat things as their pitching this to me and the whole time I'm in the back of my head. I'm thinking people have enough trouble with nausea in VR when they're standing on the ground and you want to put someone on a boat wrote in the middle of a turbulent ocean like there are storms and all kinds of stuff and like the boats are walking around like this is like I don't get sick and VR anymore anymore like I've I've. I've I've kind of immune to it by now but like I I could just see people really really reacting painful to this. I put fifteen people in the heads that to make sure that it wasn't just me not a single person had a problem with this game. Okay the the the amazing combination of horizon line trickery that was done in the the design of the ship is wide enough that you still feel like you're standing on something flat even when the ship is moving around and there are some rendering tricks that are done when the ship moves a lot like when violently tracks from one direction or another your vision your field of vision actually narrows to remind your brain that you're in a game that it's not it's not real life so it doesn't doesn't confuse your body so it does all of these things to make sure that Najjar doesn't happen and it worked surprised at how well it worked so the game play a I have no one but the three of you can see my hands but the the game play you're taking your hands and you have one hand that is constantly on the steering wheel of the ship and on either side of you there are these two big chains for rapidly turning you can pull an intellectually dredge the anchor and your ship allow you to turn in one direction or the other and then when when you're not doing one of those two things you point with your hands and you can fire one of multiple weapons that are around you to to be able to engage in combat and some of them are like the standard cannon vollies summer a little more like directional almost like machine gun shooting. There's One lady she's like all purple and she's got these crazy bright purple tattoos. She's she's got these huge fire cannons on the back of her ship's. If someone comes up close behind you just turn around and you pull the trigger and just massive active fighter jets come out of the ship which was really cool and then each one of the characters has some kind of special ability which is all magic like not not based in actual naval combat one summons a crack in and the the other has a giant tornado and crazy stuff that happens all very fantasy but it it it makes the game just that much more entertaining and it's all online. There's a there's a story line that you play really quickly. It's not like a long story but the whole goal is to be able to take these weird fantasy super weapon pirate characters and just beat everyone went up online and I it worked so well. I was really surprised at how well it worked. I love that it's a fantasy..

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