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"march 22nd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:50 min | 2 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I The deputy chief of the U. S. Border Patrol, says he's housing way more migrant Children at a Donna Texas facility, then he should be role, Earthy says There's no place for the kids to go. That's what we want to do. That is the intent. Ahh test does not have the adequate beds to be able to take on all of these kids. He says He's housing 4100 migrants inside that Donna facility approved for about 250 during the pandemic. Representative Joaquin Castro says he plans to visit the temporary shelter for unaccompanied migrant kids at the Freeman Expo Center in San Antonio. He'll be joined by a Bear County Judge Nelson Wolff and commissioner Rebecca Clay Flores. The former head of immigration and customs enforcement. Surging the Bind administration and to restart that remain in Mexico Protocol. Tom Homan says a buying administration's border policy is inhumane because it pushes people into the cartels arms so emotional about this When I'm testifying from the Congress you're on TV is because I've seen the results. I talked to women who were raped over 20 times making that journey. Home and spoke today in Texas After visiting a migrant processing center with members of Congress. A Baylor pushed you you kind of the wire but couldn't finishes the Huskies reach their 13 straight final Four appearance. Fans took to Twitter to voice their take on the Lady Bears final possession of the game. But it was a comment from head coach Kim Mulkey that got people talking. They need to dump the cove in testing. Wouldn't be ashamed to keep covert testing. And then you got kids that end up having test positive or something, and they don't get to play in the final four. So you need to just forget the covert tests and let the four teams that are playing in each Final four Go battle it out. Critics slam Mulkey for putting players and coaches lives in danger with a suggestion for the second year in a row. The San Antonio tradition of camping out in city parks for Easter is not being allowed because of the current virus. Mayor Ron Nirenberg made the announcement yesterday, encouraging families to celebrate Easter safely by visiting parks and enjoying the outdoors, but overnight camping at local parks won't be permitted. Legislation, named after the man killed by a former Dallas police officer, has been introduced at the state Capitol charity. McCurdy has more 26 year old. Both of John was killed in his own apartment nearly three years ago by off duty Dallas police officer Amber Geiger, who thought she was entering her apartment, and John was a burglar. The family of Jonah's introduced Bo's law, which is designed to clarify the castle doctrine. Amber. Geiger's attorneys argued the law applied to her case because she believes she was in her own home BOS law would require a person to be physically on their own property when using force under the castle doctrine. It would also add penalties for anyone turning off dash her body cam recordings during an investigation. Charity McCurdy NEWS Radio 1200 W Away, I Colorado's governor is remembering Boulder Officer Eric Tally with a tribute at the fallen officers Funeral. Saying Telling would always go out of his way to brighten someone else's day and told stories of the officer's kindness and telling was one of 10 people killed in that mass shooting at a King Soopers grocery store March 22nd in Boulder. The young woman who took the widely viewed video of George Floyd's arrest is testifying and Derrick Show Van's trial 18 year old Gardella. Frazier broke down in tears as she said Floyd was terrified, scared and begging for his life. A former Minneapolis officer show Vince charged with murder after kneeling on Floyd's neck during that arrest last May. Get the latest news anytime anywhere. Just tell your voice activated. Smart device to play news. Radio 1200 w o a eye on my heart radio. I'm carry locking news radio 1200 W away. I Prices on the border at least stop the people that have coded from coming into our country. What happens next? That is toxic will happen here on NewsRadio. 1200 W away. I Finding great candidates, The higher Converium.

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

01:50 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"So the last year i mean was that the last straw for anybody like if you didn't like police before you probably don't like him now. I don't think there's somebody out there that it's like. Oh i'm i'm a big governor polls fan hall is try to take away meat for a day. I hate him. I don't think that that happened. I think that this was just more of a divisive movement and there were a couple of people that they talked to That said they would. They would have been more in favor of more of a positive proclamation of veggie in day right of meat out because that promotes the eating of vegetables that promotes eating of Of diverse diet putting attack on anything else not not shaming anybody. Free eating meat on a day. So that's what i find interesting and and look hickenlooper. Did this back in twenty eleven and no it was. It was not met with this sort of resistance. I think there's a law that you can take away from it Well welcome commissioner lori. Saine says in his proclamation. The governor could have celebrated food choice in this diverse state and highlight of the colorado grown staples such as millet. I key now a black beans and make vegan burgers and other meatless products saint said instead. He referred that an essential part of our weld. Agricultural industry is cruel unhealthy and unsafe for the environment. She also challenged governor police to brisk cook off now. That would be something. I would sit there. And i would broadcast that at and it'd be like four hours of me saying they're just staring each other down now. They're waiting on the risk to cook there staring each other down. Governor police is applying some saas. Interesting move. I would broadcast at nine fifty one. Let's take a break. We'll come back on the side wrap-up noko.

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

04:27 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Through the evening Most all of us will see a little bit of precepts either tonight or during the day tomorrow and into early wednesday. I don't think totals are going to be overly impressive of but that's coming in with that next impulse which will start to move in late tonight. We got that on the docket Then for the rest of the week we got What are we coming. Our way Lot of water lot of melts will be happening. So streamflow will increase by thursday friday The weekend may see another system. Saturday sundays right now. Doesn't look to be all that strong. I mean that may shift a little bit as we get closer but Just plan on kind of a journal warming trend into the late week and the weekend not anything to to sharply fast too. 'cause like a ice damming or flooding concern but Generally speaking just a warming trend into the weekend. We'll take it matt Well go and enjoy playing in the snow and We'll we'll keep with keep up with snow removal up here in dealing with that perfect. I'll start melting this water for in Start building your little reservoir your spread and we'll take some water. Let me know when you when you put that sailboat. On their we'll the time at the time of day. All right thanks. That's what makings till to meteorologist. Also foot of snow up there. Wow i still got a little. Ptsd from that last last snowstorm. We've got their snow cone now. Presented by the j nine agencies so media in meat out day We've talked about said at at length. Look i'm going to wrap it up today on this There was one hell of a turnout at the double check arena in eaten Art gutters and owns double-check. Now he got that He purchased that. And some of the pictures i mean like i said this is where i i agree. Kind of the look. We're all adults. I think the last thing that the government should be doing telling us what to eat or or even making dumb proclamations like this i. I really think it's it's ridiculous..

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:50 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. A. old garland nine forty two. Welcome back end inside the special studios snow cone now by the jeanine agencies Let's let's go up to the hotline real quick We're going to chat with matt making channel to meteorologist real quick matt. How are you on this monday. Do it well getting the kids ready to go play in our deep snow. Oh is that right We've got about shy of a foot. My spot so we're we're Into the elevations above the city. So we've got a lot of snow here this morning up here in northern colorado. I think we some flurries flying around this morning but that was about it. Yeah not much reporting your way Fort collins had a couple to a few spots but yeah kind of favored those west and south of denver with this latest round. It came down heavily last night. Meanwhile so many other folks like you just saw a little bit but not much. That was all right. You guys can keep it. We're still trying to bounce back from from that last one as long as those mountains That snowpack to to pile up. Yeah we're going to send water your way. 'cause you're downstream of me. Maybe i'll build a little sailboat out of paper and put it on snow pink and let me know when it reaches you can we. Should i be expecting that That node well. That's a good question or just like a couple of months you don't see it. Just keep waiting will wait for that. that sailboat. Don't worry about it. Hey let's cycle are where we. Where are we sitting right now with with the snowpack in the mountains. Oh kinda roughly been kind of dancing around ninety percentile or so Throughout much of the month we'll see that kind of fluctuate by two or three percentage points over the last several days and going forward this week but yeah we're kind of hovering around that ninety percent mark statewide and in for our base in the south platte basin. And we're right around average in and then what will be factored in with today's moisture. That'll be factored in In today's numbers and tomorrow's and that'll keep us right around right around average right around one hundred percent. Were you expecting to be about that. Or is that higher than you're expecting For this month that's about where we would think it would be Because february was beneficial And then once we saw that big you know the big storm of last week in kind of move it in Then we knew. Hey that's going to boost this base and up a lot. I guess some of us probably figured it would get one. Oh five to one hundred and ten percent of average after that big march Dorm you know not not this weekend but last weekend But some of those higher totals in the mountains didn't pan out. They stopped it about three feet rather than hitting four and five. But still you know. That's pretty good. Pretty good average. They're making stem to meteorologist What do you got In the forecast coming up for this week. What should folks Here northern car. It'll be expecting as we well even in just the next few hours kind of another little impulse will move in so foothill mount locations so anybody around fort collins or west Were down by longmont love and you may see snow kind of redeveloping late this afternoon..

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:41 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Having a great start to their monday going to be fun week this week going to have some guests to come on and talk about what the meeting day turned into Because the peace in the tribune saying saying that there was a there was a gathering That had two hundred and fifty people by the looks of it and by talking with people who were there it looks like a lot more than that But i'll get into that story and just hey wanted to take a minute here unless you know to The let's have a beer. Podcast that i let's have a beer with tanner's went I sat down with jerry. Martin the editor of the greeley tribune and look like i said there's. There's no joy agree with everything that the tribune does know. Does the tribune agree with everything that catered no separate entities but it was fun to sit down with jerry and ask those questions. We talk about why they endorsed candidates. And why do they endorse candidates. At all that practice you know talked. A little bit about The county commissioners and what that relationship was like. We got into some stuff. That that i would. And jerry answered every single one of my questions you gotta give him credit. He was fantastic. He answered every single. One of my questions. We enjoyed some Some broken plow brewery beer from the new owners over there broken plough. It was a great time. That podcast is up on thirteen ten. Kfi k dot com click on. Let's have a beer. With tanner swint and it'll be episode number two. Let's say let's have a beer with jerry. Martin give listen Let me know who you want to hear who. You're wanna have on their next. I got somebody in mind for for the next one that i think's going to be a really really fun so Stay tuned for that as well. Give that a a a. Give that a look there and and And given listen. Let me know Jerry martin was fantastic and are preceded him coming on and talking about this Talking about a lot of the hard stuff with me as well not now presented by the agencies are poll question on our facebook page. At noko now is it's pretty simple and this is one. Look i've i've been a proponent of day workweek for a long time i hell. I was a proponent of a four day school week for a long time and i was always lazy. You don't wanna to work every day. That's not true. That's not true.

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:27 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"It's colorado forgiveness right. And and i think that i think this is again something that we're seeing in a in a normal time in a normal year maybe wouldn't have been pushed as hard but people are frustrated at decisions that have been made and and i think that you know rural colorado feels felt like That was It was another attack on the agriculture industry. But this i think. Chris and i want to get your thoughts on this i think. This highlights the rural urban. Divide that we're seeing in colorado right now. There's a there's a clear division in the state. That is ben. It has been challenging for a number of years where you have sort of the urban centers of the state for collins denver colorado springs. And then you have sort of the more rural aspect of the state and let's be honest. The rural aspect of the state has been here longer than the cities. And so there's this natural divide between the two sides because they look at the world. We all look at the world differently depending on where we live. And that's that's going to have problems. This is not going to go away In in the near future and the challenges that it's a population thing there's just there's more people that live in cities these days particularly these these days and because of that the population that the power shift the power dynamic government inevitably changes and it makes people who are in the world center of colorado so to say. Hey what about us and yeah absolutely. Decisions are being made in denver every day that impact. Everyone and i think it's beneficial for people in denver to make decisions based upon. Hey i should be aware of what. I'm also doing. Not just the people in denver but to Folks who don't live in denver and that type of thing and and so there's a there's a fundamental misunderstanding rural colorado and. I think that's cheap so for the billion dollar question here chris. How do you fix it. I don't know. I mean that's a great question. I think this is going to be a challenge moving forward. I think i mean that's it's now it's no surprise where you see every once in a while this sort of effort to break free from colorado and sort of make your own state and become part of wyoming whatever it shows that. There's there's a level of dissatisfaction in anger but at the same time as we find out it's done process to do it's a very challenging process to do at the same time we just have to sort of live with it and i you know i wish that the last year that we would have we would have a sort of viewed this sort of worldwide. Pandemic has an opportunity to come together..

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"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"But i will say this i. It's a couple of things. I mean university of colorado graduate. We have a huge game at five forty five today big game for us to try to advance the sweet sixteen watched oregon state last night advanced to the sweet sixteen This is for me as a college basketball fan. This is a when you when you have. The traditional programs getting knocked out in some smaller schools having a chance as great a lot of fun do look at his pac twelve. I mean there. There's an outright. Now it's crazy because we're we're not that far removed from the pack twelve being totally not non existent when it came to sort of a basketball program where they where the where the conference was lucky to get a couple of teams into the into the tournament. And this year when you really didn't know how everyone was going to do because there's been so insular teams have been playing into their own conference for such a long time. It was really an unknown. How all these conferences would fair and you sort of look at the big ten and then you look at the pac twelve and you would assume the big ten with so much stronger than twelve but look look where the pac twelve is right now and a team that was in sixth place in the komo oregon state straight oregon say was picked to finish last in their conference. So it's not. And i. And i you're right i i'm loving every second of it and i just shake my head every time something gets busted again. Because it's like you'd never know. I mean north texas all oral roberts and they just want they beat ford again last night. It's just not so time. But but i love every second of it and it. This is this normal. I mean talking about march madness. Everybody's brackets things like that. This feels normal. It's fun we didn't get this last year. So we get we get this year. And it's just it's fun it it certainly decreases my productivity but at the same time. It's it's we're talking with. Chris van and director reporting for nine news. All right chris. Let's let's talk about This this new announce when believe it came out friday afternoon about the covid. Nineteen dial three point. Oh with some with some major changes to the style. Yeah what's interesting is that the state now is clearly in the habit of making these releases on friday afternoons friday evening. We got a press release. I look back and when we got our press. Release the newsroom. Six o'clock on friday evening and anybody who works in the news business knows if you wanna release information that you don't think is you don't want to get a lot of attention to you have a habit of releasing that information on friday evening because that's the best time to do it now. I don't know why the state is doing what it's doing but clearly. This is now intentional. This is now the second time. The state of colorado has done this with major revisions to the dow framework. And also you know have approximately three hours. Get your word in Because the public comment period on this ends at noon today so a short period. It's major changes. I think a lot of people are going to welcome the changes Unless you're one of those folks that doesn't want anything to open. This is going to open a lot of things up. It's going to change things in less than a month So big time changes are coming state of colorado well and i was actually talking with with a Political of the electoral elected official there..

Chris van Six o'clock friday afternoon friday afternoons last year second time nine news chris this year last night friday evening approximately three hours university of colorado one sixth place noon today Nineteen dial less than a month today ford
"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

05:37 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"But i will say this i. It's a couple of things. I mean university of colorado graduate. We have a huge game at five forty five today big game for us to try to advance the sweet sixteen watched oregon state last night advanced to the sweet sixteen This is for me as a college basketball fan. This is a when you when you have. The traditional programs getting knocked out in some smaller schools having a chance as great a lot of fun do look at his pac twelve. I mean there. There's an outright. Now it's crazy because we're we're not that far removed from the pack twelve being totally not non existent when it came to sort of a basketball program where they where the where the conference was lucky to get a couple of teams into the into the tournament. And this year when you really didn't know how everyone was going to do because there's been so insular teams have been playing into their own conference for such a long time. It was really an unknown. How all these conferences would fair and you sort of look at the big ten and then you look at the pac twelve and you would assume the big ten with so much stronger than twelve but look look where the pac twelve is right now and a team that was in sixth place in the komo oregon state straight oregon say was picked to finish last in their conference. So it's not. And i. And i you're right i i'm loving every second of it and i just shake my head every time something gets busted again. Because it's like you'd never know. I mean north texas all oral roberts and they just want they beat ford again last night. It's just not so time. But but i love every second of it and it. This is this normal. I mean talking about march madness. Everybody's brackets things like that. This feels normal. Yeah it's fun. We didn't get this last year. So we get we get this year. And it's just it's fun it it certainly decreases my productivity but at the same time. It's it's we're talking with. Chris van and director reporting for nine news. All right chris. Let's let's talk about This this new announce when believe it came out friday afternoon about the covid. Nineteen dial three point. Oh with some with some major changes to the style. Yeah what's interesting is that the state now is clearly in the habit of making these releases on friday afternoons friday evening. We got a press release. I look back and when we got our press. Release the newsroom. Six o'clock on friday evening and anybody who works in the news business knows if you wanna release information that you don't think is you don't want to get a lot of attention to you have a habit of releasing that information on friday evening because that's the best time to do it now. I don't know why the state is doing what it's doing but clearly. This is now intentional. This is now the second time. The state of colorado has done this with major revisions to the dow framework. And also you know have approximately three hours. Get your word in Because the public comment period on this ends at noon today so a short period. It's major changes. I think a lot of people are going to welcome the changes Unless you're one of those folks that doesn't want anything to open. This is going to open a lot of things up. It's going to change things in less than a month So big time changes are coming to of colorado well and i was actually talking with with a Political of the electoral elected official there..

Chris van Six o'clock friday afternoon friday afternoons last year second time chris nine news this year last night friday evening approximately three hours Nineteen dial university of colorado sixth place one noon today ford today less than a month
"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Loved it though. This is the good stuff. This is the good stuff. Well anyway. i've been. We appreciate it. Bob schaffer check in with us on this bill This is the one that Is going to cause an immense amount of trouble. I believe in the school systems This is senate. Bill one eighty two. It's got a good concern for the well-being especially minority kids but on the other hand. I think sometimes we're we're trying to solve the problem. The wrong way I think bob schaefer pointed that out as we were talking to him a little bit ago but back to this bill just for a minute. This is thirty pages of legislation that has quite a voluminous piece of legislation. And you know what happens after they finish passing legislation like this then the people in the regulatory agencies especially in this case the education folks are gonna go to work and they're going to start writing regulations. I've seen ten twenty thirty pages of regulations written from a one page bill The in i haven't seen the fiscal note but this things got to cost a lot of money. Okay well let me move on. I wanted to spend a little bit of time this morning on a probably already out of it already. Because there is a controversy. Right here in greeley about the terry rich project. This has to do with water it has to do with an aquifer that exists up around the terry ranch property. It's up on the wyoming border. The actual ranch dead is in wyoming. Just right on the border. Literally and durant extends down into weld county there is an aquifer down there that has an incredible amount of water in it and there are some people who are opposed to going after that water and buying that water one of the opposition Folks i heard say because there is uranium in that water that can be through treatment safely removed from the water. He said but it's expensive and that's probably true. But here's the problem. Water in northern colorado is expensive period whether you have to treat it to take uranium out just to buy it if it was the freshest most pure water in the whole wide world. It's still expensive and in putting this project together. I think what the folks greeley here are. Trying to do is admirable. They're trying to make sure there's enough water for this community as it grows we. We've seen some pretty meteoric growth here in northern colorado over the past twenty years especially greeley's exception. All of the towns are booming in towns didn't even literally exist as much of anything back twenty five years ago have suddenly just bloomed into huge communities. I'm talking about timothy. Timothy used to be this little backwater in larimer county right very close to the weld line. They didn't even have sewer system there thirty years ago. Not they were on septic out there and wells now. It's they've got water tower. They got water. They got sewer. They got it all. And it's one of the fastest growing areas in northern colorado. Tim north beyond that. We've got severance. It's booming greeley's growing for collins is growing but not too fast because they're gonna landlocked there They can grow out by the brewery. But that's about it. Everything else is pretty. Well already built Yeah well. I just hope that the folks that are in favor of this as i. Am this ranch. Kind of ingenious you take an aquifer you take the water out once you get the water out and you use it then you put fresh water in it and use it as a storage place. One of the biggest problems with storing water is evaporation. It's evaporate it's underground it may seep in a little bit. But it wouldn't be there. That wasn't a fairly secure. Aquifer doesn't leak already all right. Well we got some other things. But i i'm sure riot is in their stump chomping at the bit. I've got to take a breath. take a breath. i need to tell you. We're coming to you from the auto collision specialist studios northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi am john clark in jail while the all sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the hall show weekdays noon to two thirteen ten. Kfi hey no noko now is coming up next on northern colorado's voice. Thirteen.

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"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:31 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"You say if i told you. There's seven await the word seven. You're going to say john. I'm late but other was just enjoy seventy eight. It's all i can tell you. Hey we got a great day. It's not gonna be too bad. It looks like we had a little something overnight The wet roads. I i came over from fort collins at about four in the am today and it was wet but on the other hand we were supposed to maybe have up to an inch of snow. But i i think it's too warm in what hit never did accumulate a snow but by golly we need the moisture so it's all good. There is a big brouhaha going on over in fort collins. I it's got to do with hughes stadium and property that surrounds the non existent because it's been torn down hugh stadium As you know see. You built an on campus stadium. And then that the stadium they'd been using for years and years and years out by Horse reservoir Just at the bottom of the hog back in fact as empty and so there was a deal between colorado state university and leonard homes learner. Homes was going to give them a ten million dollars for the property in it was contingent upon the city of fort collins. Zoning it for different types of housing there was supposed to be some Residential some commercial mainly residential but different levels of residential even some affordable housing in that mix of what they did some open space. Well the people that live out in that area and that's probably not totally accurate to say but but mainly people in that area With the support of others who wanna see that stay as open space Have put an issue on the ballot. It's a citizen. Initiative initiated ordinance That's going to be a part of the election in fort collins on april six fort collins in case you don't know what right now as electing mayor some council people. There are some issues on the ballot. This being one of them There was a there was a district court order back on the third of february that ordered what this ballot language needed to look like. The court said this is what it has to be and it's got all these whereas clauses one two three four. We're vase excess about bob over a dozen whereas now more more like twenty whereas clauses my goodness In it talks about how open spaces desirable..

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"march 22nd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:06 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Some nachos at about 11 p.m. at night. Yeah, absolutely. Speaking of jaws, and then I looked down to Four FT. Gray Shark just kind of swimming away, so just scooped him up and ran him up the peace. Nine year old boy recovering in the hospital after being attacked by a shark off Miami Beach. Of course you don't have the cove it you've got the shark attacks. That boy from Minnesota. He's doing okay. He should be all right. Yes, that chunk taken out of his shoulder trunk. I guess that shark didn't recognize that Minnesota. Nice thing. Yeah, nine years old, That shark could have taken a getaway Well, And so the parents are a little frustrated here is is that I don't like right now is that the beach is still open. And kids. They're still down there playing and They're in the same spot where my son just got attacked. And I don't know if it's because of spring break or whatever. But the beach should be closed The protocols on that whenever there's a shark bite or a shark attack, do they just don't always shut down the beaches? Do they get back to the jaws Reference? We gotta keep those beaches open. They're not gonna shut the beaches down. You know, you gotta be careful. And, you know, I think the parents are doing the right thing. They're recognizing the danger here. You always got to be aware of this stuff there. That's the Atlantic Ocean down there. Lots of big animals in there and suddenly a smaller shark. There's also big sharks there as well. So everybody's just gonna be Careful. Just take a breath. I know you wanna go to spring break. Wanna have fun at March Madness Going on November is acting like lunatics drinking too much. Everybody just take a chill pill. Once you come to my house and help me cut that tree up. That's the help I could use today on this Monday. More. The Steve Skip Edie show next on WTMJ. 13. Greg, What are you doing? OK, boss, Just working to get ready for spring training. Gotta work out. What do you think, Greg? We're sending you to cover spring training, Not try out for the team. Oh, Right. That's right. It's Greg Matic at Brewers Spring training from March 22nd through March 26th sponsored by tricks,.

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"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:00 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"What in the world did the democrats find wrong without boggles my you know senator sonnenburg This is part. I mean to me kind of the bigger picture. This year seems to be a war on rural colorado Last year last couple of years have been the the war on oil and gas. This year seems to be the war on egg. You know we've seen you know this this weekend. We fought back with With meat in day Based on the governor's declaration. But everywhere i turn you know. Senator sonnenburg pointed out that you know where he lives up in northwest colorado. You know if when the governor shutdown small business northeast colorado. He's a sterling guy. That's what i know. I didn't want to give anybody the wrong idea. He is northeast. Sorry sorry dubov karate. So when when the governor shut shutdown those small businesses. There was no place to shop. You know if you if you look at alz and you know some of the some of the rural areas Small towns every single stalbur sports to shut down. And you had you know locally you had to drive to fort collins if you wanted to buy something where he was at up in the northeast corner basically headed to drive to nebraska or trek to fort collins or denver to buy anything so it's just one more piece of that war. Yeah exactly well. This is sad because i cannot. I've been a small businessman all my life. I've been in photography and one of the things to stay in photography business for fifty years. You have to first be a businessman who does photography doesn't work otherwise You you've got to have some business sensor you'll go broke and i've fortunately survived but i really appreciate your support of small business. I know you are a small business owner in the sense that you have a background in that in. I appreciate what you do and you know..

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"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I don't care. I'm an old guy but ryan in the other room. He would really like to know where get a hold of some love. Potion number nine absolutely. Yeah i've i've been happily married for fifty four years and just nope. I got married young. You know those those young they sure lasted for me. Not for everybody. Blame that all my wonderful wife okay. Hundred years ago. So what was going on here in greeley. I love this. Mike peters in the trip. He's he's talking about what this is one of my favorite things they have in the trip and as i say that is a real newspaper it it's just awesome. Well there's a it was a well county health officer. His name was given well. He was called to the neighborhood around sixteenth street and ninth avenue when residents complained of a foul smell. He found that the neighborhood cleaned out his grease trap in dumped greece in his backyard in it just created a bad odor. Well the guy got the guy that did this was fine. Five bucks in citicorp in order to dispose properly of degrees. Do you have any idea what i'm talking about. When i talk about grease trap. No you don't you do ryan knows what a grease trap is well. This is something from the olden days that you had as a grease trap in your drain. Because you didn't want that to go on down it was just gross. You dig the thing up and clean it out once in a while. Well that's what this guy did. He needed pry full of grease can plug in up his drink but it smelled bad his neighbor. Some things never change. If if you put smelly greece in your backyard right now your neighbors would complain. And there's nothing wrong. You just don't do that stuff now. The buyers company one hundred years ago. This is a national chain shoe stores. We don't have many more.

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Severe flooding hits New South Wales, Australia

the NewsWorthy

00:29 sec | 3 months ago

Severe flooding hits New South Wales, Australia

"It's being called the worst flooding in half a century and it's happening in australia's east coast because of record rainfall flood. Warnings are in effect in natural. Disasters have been declared for parts of new south wales. That's the country's most populous state the ap reports is forcing thousands of people there to evacuate and damaging hundreds of homes already. Hundreds of people have had to be rescued from floodwaters. And it's actually the opposite concerned from a year ago when australia was hurting from catastrophic wildfires

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U.S. defense chief visits Afghanistan as troop deadline looms

the NewsWorthy

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. defense chief visits Afghanistan as troop deadline looms

"The new. Us defense secretary made a surprise trip to afghanistan. It's his first trip to the home of america's longest war as pentagon chief and he met with the afghan president. The trip is happening as president biden faces an upcoming deadline to decide whether or not to withdraw. Us troops from the country by may i. That's the timeline. The trump administration had agreed on early last year deal with the taliban there in afghanistan and as part of that deal the us would withdraw troops from the country by may in exchange the taliban a militant group. They're in the country promised to do things like end attacks on afghan security forces in stop all support of terrorist groups at this point defense secretary. Lloyd austin will not say whether the taliban is keeping up their side of the deal but political reports he did say violence in the country is still too high and some top generals are warning that may first deadline would be too soon to send troops home.

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Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

the NewsWorthy

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

"People gathered for rallies protests and vigils in major cities across the us over the weekend calling for an end to violence against asian americans for example in new york city. Many people marched from times square to manhattan's trying to town near the georgia state capitol. Hundreds of people gathered saturday with signs. Saying things like stop asian hate and some are calling for the suspect in last week's shootings to be charged with hate crimes at this point atlanta. Police say they're still investigating before that will be decided remember. A man is arrested and charged for killing eight people including six women of asian descent in atlanta area massage businesses. He told police he has a sex addiction and was lashing out at places that tempted him. The fbi. Director has told npr. It does not appear. The shooter was racially motivated but not everyone is convinced either. Way officials in various cities have said hate crimes against have been going up since the start of the pandemic since the virus was first found in china

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AstraZeneca says new trial shows its COVID vaccine is 79% effective

the NewsWorthy

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

AstraZeneca says new trial shows its COVID vaccine is 79% effective

"There's new data out today about another covid nineteen vaccine and it's promising the findings of a large. Us trial showed the vaccine developed by astrazeneca and the university of oxford is one hundred percent effective in preventing severe illness and hospitalization from covid. Nineteen and seventy nine percent effective in preventing any covid nineteen symptoms. The astrazeneca vaccine though is not yet authorized here in the us that said these early findings from the us study will be part of the data. The company will give to the fda likely in the coming weeks to try and get the green light here in america

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"march 22nd" Discussed on A Light Read Read

A Light Read Read

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on A Light Read Read

"march 22nd" Discussed on A Light Read Read

A Light Read Read

02:00 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on A Light Read Read

"Applications advisory group has someone really wanted the acronym luna id as adding new directors and officers. That's the president secretary and six board members. Ucla has determined which lights are insect. Friendly yellow an amber filters are the best and we have findings from us zurich. That are tied at night is actually hurting. Daytime pollination as well and local news the uk is rushing to add more lights outdoors a move prompted by the death of a woman at the hands of a police officer. Montgomery's awarding sixty five thousand dollars in grants nba es and virginia also grants for efficiency portland. Parks will be installing entirely new lighting. Mersad college is going in for a wet. Traffic fort wayne will spend twenty eight million on infrastructure projects next year Butler school district has added air disinfection systems and led lighting. The city of falls church partners with virginia tech on a smart city. Lavalle quebec will be upgrading. Their street lighting up on the california coast. Bioluminescence waves have returned branford. Connecticut has launched a business efficiency program hope bc residents are being offered free efficiency upgrades and the new york. Power authority is a reporting on their efficiency programs. As they're getting to about halfway done in projects you can make your own network networked all night lights and you can make a cassette lamp that you control with a pencil and people news. Lead vance's hired laurie bag. Zoli as sales manager panasonic has hired nathan chen to team panasonic and e l r is adding a new board member and chair all right. I've been skywalker. This is ben. The lighting industry news brought to you by keystone and mailed get associated. Get innovative until next time enjoy. The music added good..

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12 More Dead From COVID in Dallas County

Jim Bohannon

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

12 More Dead From COVID in Dallas County

"Today marks the one year anniversary of Dallas County's first covert 19 death and health officials revealed today. The 12 more residents have died. They also reported 227 newly confirmed positive cases of covert 19. Ringing the Countywide total to just over a quarter million positive cases. Vaccine operations for both 1st and 2nd doses of the Darren at Fair Park will resume on Monday. March 22nd.

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12 more Dallas County deaths reported on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 death

Jim Bohannon

00:23 sec | 3 months ago

12 more Dallas County deaths reported on one year anniversary of first COVID-19 death

"Today marks the one year anniversary of Dallas County's first covert 19 death and health officials revealed today. The 12 more residents have died. They also reported 227 newly confirmed positive cases of covert 19. Ringing the Countywide total to just over a quarter million positive cases. Vaccine operations for both 1st and 2nd doses of the Darren at Fair Park will resume on Monday. March 22nd.

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Indoor fitness classes in N.Y.C. can restart on Monday, the governor says

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:31 sec | 3 months ago

Indoor fitness classes in N.Y.C. can restart on Monday, the governor says

"Governor easing covert 19 restriction, Cuomo says beginning Monday, March 22nd indoor fitness classes will now be allowed in New York City, curfews for bowling alleys and movie theaters, and we lifted and the state's remaining cluster zones are being lifted his well. James were open but indoor Fitness classes were not open and that caused a certain amount of consternation. 11 P.m. curfew for restaurants and borrows as well as the 12 A.m. curfew for catered events will remain in place for now, and updated announcement is expected in early April.

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Indoor fitness classes in New York City can restart on Monday, Cuomo says

710 WOR Programming

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Indoor fitness classes in New York City can restart on Monday, Cuomo says

"Cuomo's announcing new re openings in the Empire State. Lisa G. Has more, the governor said Starting Monday, March 22nd indoor fitness classes will now be allowed in New York City curfews for bowling alleys. A movie theaters will be lifted and the state's remaining cluster zones are being lifted as well. Jim's were open. But indoor fitness classes were not open. On that caused a certain amount of consternation. In addition, the 11 P.m. curfew for restaurants and bars, as well as the 12 A.m. curfew for catered events will stay in place for now, and updated announcement is expected in early April.

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Outdoor Dining Delayed in Boston's North End

WBZ Midday News

00:25 sec | 3 months ago

Outdoor Dining Delayed in Boston's North End

"To dining outside in Boston's north end, you're going to have to wait a little bit longer. The Boston licensing board announcing today, outdoor dining will not return to the north end until April, 1st. As for the rest of Boston, the outdoor dining season is still set to resume on March 22nd. And Boston officials say the north and delays because of the areas high density

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Michigan residents 16 and older eligible for COVID vaccine by April 5

Masters in Business

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Michigan residents 16 and older eligible for COVID vaccine by April 5

"Michigan is making it easier for nearly everyone to be protected against the coronavirus. The vaccine eligibility will drop to 16 and older on April 5th. But those with underlying health conditions and anyone over 50 congee a shot starting March 22nd. Governor Gretchen Whitmer says nearly one million residents have already received their

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Boston outdoor dining to start earlier due to nice weather

WBZ Morning News

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

Boston outdoor dining to start earlier due to nice weather

"The bluster of winter is back. But if this week's taste of spring from the last couple of days has you longing for the days of outdoor dining in Boston, you're in luck. There's definitely be Zeze Match your How do you feel about doing dinner on the earlier side like a week early? That's the change of plans in Boston. Originally, outdoor dining was set to return on April 1st. But citing the weather forecast, the city decided to bump it up to March 22nd for the business owners, the city of streamlining the permit process and waiving fees for the diners. You could expect more sidewalk seating and for the drivers. Portions of the street will be converted into patio. So keep your eyes on the road. If that all sounds familiar, it should The mayor's office says they're continuing many of the successful initiatives from last year and that outdoor dining was a bright spot. As of right now, more than 200 restaurants are approved to serve outside with another 200 applications in the waiting

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Outdoor dining in Boston begins March 22, giving new hope to struggling restaurants

WBZ Morning News

00:21 sec | 3 months ago

Outdoor dining in Boston begins March 22, giving new hope to struggling restaurants

"Offering outdoor dining from April 1st to March. 22nd and state officials also adjusting new numbers showing pandemic. Unemployment in Massachusetts peaked. Last April at 16.4%. That's down slightly from some of the initial reports. WBC's called Stevens Now with Maura on the latest

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Washington expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on March 17

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

Washington expanding COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on March 17

"Following just before President Biden told the country last night. He wants all adults to be able to get the covert vaccine. By May 1st Washington Governor Jay Inslee announced frontline workers will be eligible sooner than expected couples. Brian Calvert has the update. Several people told us the president's decree is offering a lot of hope, because only one state is open of vaccinations to everyone so far from the last Scott. So both of us Vaccinated and I'm only 22 Governor Inslee announced yesterday. Frontline workers and now eligible for the vaccine March 17. It does give me hope for sure People can't get vaccinated fast enough as more doses are headed our way. Seattle's first mass vaccination side of Blumenfield will open its doors tomorrow. And even though the state confirm 949 new covert cases just yesterday. The governor wants to open the doors for business is even more, he says. Washington will advance to a phase three opening March 22nd, which will allow restaurants, theaters and stores to operate it 50% of

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New York City High Schools Will Reopen On March 22nd

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

New York City High Schools Will Reopen On March 22nd

"New York City, public high schools will reopen for in person learning on March 22nd after being closed since covert 19 cases began rising in November. Systems. 488 high schools will open for the 55,000 students in grades nine through 12, who've opted for in person Learning. New York City's school year ends in

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New York City high schools restart in-person learning March 22

Brian Kilmeade

00:24 sec | 3 months ago

New York City high schools restart in-person learning March 22

"The New York City Department of Education says that high schools will reopen to in person learning March 22nd. New York City mayor and incoming schools chancellor Misha Porter said toe detail those plans a sour during the mayor's briefing. The reopening means some 55,000 students and 17,000 staff members will return to 488 schools shutter do that the viral

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"march 22nd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"March. 22nd at 12% capacity is a shot in the arm for the neighborhoods around Fenway. Where there are padlocks and closed signs on restaurants and around the garden, where landmark pubs are shuttered. It's sad to me to see so many places close we can recover. We just gotta keep her head down and keep on working and remain optimistic. Restaurants aren't expecting a big rush right away. Even some of the people we spoke with coming out of the Vaccination clinic here at the park, having had a second dose said they're not quite in the mindset yet to go back to restaurants and sporting events and concerts. This'll be a slow re opening for the neighborhood. That's WBZ TV is Christina Hager and were upon a grim anniversary in this pandemic. Able to be easy. Suri Small looks back at the covert 19 outbreak Timeline. It's been a year since the first confirmed coronavirus death in the US that death in Seattle on February 29th of the 2020 leap year, according to the Globe. That was the same day, an executive with Cambridge based biotech company Biogen reported experiencing Covitz symptoms following the company's two day conference at Boston's Marriott Long Warp Hotel. That conference became Massachusetts first Super Spreader event. Study traced that conference outbreak to more than 300,000 covert cases in dozens of states and several other countries. Massachusetts very first confirmed cope It case was reported before that on February 1st 2020 of Boston man who had just returned from Wuhan, China. On March, 10th governor Charlie Baker declared a state of emergency and the first confirmed Koba death in the state was reported on March 20th a man in his eighties from Suffolk County. Sherry, Small WBZ Boston's news radio. No, No. Three coming up, Install Going solar equipments about 250 miles above Earth in just a couple of minutes. Let's go check the roads. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive terrific on the freeze. Hello, David. Well, Charlie, west of the city. We have Ah, crash on the 1 28 North bound Tonto North bound ramp to recreation, Road and route 30. And on 1 90 South found at the top of the exit four ramp, a large pothole, opening up everything else to the West. Not bad and everything's great around downtown Boston as well as on the expressway between Boston and Braintree and no issue south of the city. Everything really has been north of the city, where ice has been a big problem. Lots of crashes all morning long, especially around the Merrimack Valley. And some of the North Shore and also around southern New Hampshire. David Straka Lino WBZ traffic on the three. Let's check that four day WBZ actually, the forecast. And Matt Ben's tells us today cloudy and 45 for Ah hi should.

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‘We’re Hiring’: Businesses Near Boston Sports Venues Gear Up To Welcome Fans Back

WBZ Morning News

01:03 min | 3 months ago

‘We’re Hiring’: Businesses Near Boston Sports Venues Gear Up To Welcome Fans Back

"Also announcing plans for the next step. The started face four when sports venues will get to reopen. WBZ TV S Christina Hager has more. The governor's moved to put fans in the stands at large sports venues starting March. 22nd at 12% capacity is a shot in the arm for the neighborhoods around Fenway. Where there are padlocks and closed signs on restaurants and around the garden, where landmark pubs are shuttered. It's sad to me to see so many places closed, striking to those getting vaccinations in the ballpark. That's what hit me. When I walked came out of the door, I thought, well, it was always so busy so many people. This is a picture of the crowded bleacher bar in 2008 world away from the scene here Now it's one of only a couple open on the street. Today, we can recover way just gotta keep your head down and keep on market and remain optimistic. Many businesses around Boston sports venue say that they're gearing upto welcome back fans, some saying that they are hiring All

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"march 22nd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:13 min | 3 months ago

"march 22nd" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On March 22nd with it. Some fans are going to be allowed to attend sporting events. BBC TV's Lisa Gret, She tells us There are some happy Boston fan no way for fans to many and disbelief because they haven't heard news this good in a while. I go to all sporting events, The Bruins will be the first team to host fans at their home game March 23rd. And the Celtics on March 29th. It's like the all American dream. I mean, we all love sports the TD Garden, releasing its play it safe guidelines. Masks are required at all times, except when actively eating or drinking. No bags are allowed. Seating will be in pods of two and four. All tickets and concession orders will be mobile. You'll be given an assigned entry gate and staff was this guests and a physically distanced exit procedure. High school wrestling is an indoor sport, but maybe not. This year, The Patriot Ledger reports outdoor High school wrestling could be what's up this spring? The Emma Wrestling Committee on Thursday officially recommending it is part of the package of covert 19 modifications. The wrestling committees. Modifications include the line when possible. Schools have encouraged I was outdoor wrestling meets. Investigators taking through former President Donald Trump's tax records are still looking, and they are well past just his return the materials that Trump fought to keep secret go far beyond his tax returns. Majors Use a Trump's long time accounting firm was expected to turn over any and all statements of financial condition, Annual statements, periodic financial reports and independent auditors reports. Those records are likely to enable a prosecutor to see how the reported tax numbers were calculated. The underlying data is key to proving criminal intent as it was in the Paul Manafort. Investigation you might recall Trump's former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, was sentenced to more than seven years in prison for a range of offenses, including bank and tax fraud. That's correspondent Mike Bauer. Conservatives are about to get their say the annual CPAC convention kicks off today. Texas Senator Ted Cruz says the Republican Party will carry on as the party of Trump millions of millions of people inspired who went to battle fighting alongside President Trump, and they're terrified. And they want him to go away. Let me tell you this right now. Donald J. Trump ain't going anywhere. Former.

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Some Charles Co., Maryland, students will return to in-person learning in March

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Some Charles Co., Maryland, students will return to in-person learning in March

"Classes late next month, The county school board has voted to send their phase two students back to class March 22nd that includes special education, students, English language learners, career and technical education, students and Children of staff members. This is a full month after the superintendent's recommendation, which suggested those kids get back. February 22nd. The chosen start date was picked based on vaccinating teachers. The March 22nd date is 10 to 12. Days after most teachers get their second dose of vaccine when it is said to provide the most immunity repeating some Charles County public school students will return to physical classes late next month. By March, 22nd. 8 51 an update from the hill tonight. CBS NEWS

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Here's what a weakening U.S. dollar means for stocks

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

02:14 min | 11 months ago

Here's what a weakening U.S. dollar means for stocks

"With with with with with with Sully Sully Sully Sully Sully Sully and and and and and and ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, ah, falling falling falling falling falling falling Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar Dollar dollars. Looking pretty shaky on DH. That sounds horrible, right? A weaker dollar. Well, it's not actually that bad. If you think about a currency meltdown, a weaker dollar is actually positive for US stocks, but foreign stocks will probably benefit more. There is what's called the Ice US Dollar Index, and that's a measure of the currency against six other Ranger currencies, which are the euro. I think it's the yen. The British pound Killian dollars. Swedish krona Swiss Frank I'm pretty sure that's it Anyway. Way we have fallen to a 22 month low Lord below $94.47 94. 40. Now that means basically our dollars were forced sense. sense. Those Those other other currencies, currencies, and and that that comes comes after after hitting hitting more more than than the the three three year year high high on on March March 22nd 22nd or or we we were were worth worth a a buck buck three three against against all all of of those those so so sort sort of of knowing knowing exactly exactly what what to to make make of of the the dollars dollars Pretty Pretty confusing. confusing. AA AA weaker weaker dollars dollars typically typically seen seen by by the the way way is is a a positive positive for for the the US US economy economy because because weakening weakening dollar dollar means means that that imports imports become become are expensive, but it means that exports are more active consumers. Of course, consumer spending drives are all spending drives GDP, and that's why we sort of like a bee. A strengthening dollar dollar is bad for exports. Ah, but good for imports. So bottom line stocks have done just fine. During the recent dollar bull markets, which have reflected the strength the US economy, But a weaker dollar is not necessarily good for stock. If it reflects some bigger problems, and the bigger problems are, of course, we're in a repression here, So a T end of the day you have three years confuses you were before I started talking about falling taller, but but I will tell you it's not such a bad thing for stocks, and there's evidence why what's going on this morning? Dodgers. NASDAQ SNPL LOOKING CREATE NASDAQ 10,000 For 97 That's 1.2% looking great SPF 30 to 30. The Dow Jones 26 5 50 coming up at 7 20 this week, were to learn the size of the hole. That the U. S economy fell into and covert 19 struck. And what exactly, it means for Ted Ladan it me and you with respect to our to our wallets because there are good economic reports, guys, there's bad ones and in some cases There are ugly ones, and this is going to be an ugly one this week.

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