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A highlight from Vibrant Living: Brain Health Strategies Matter Even in Memory Care
"Are you struggling on navigating the complexities of specific dementia behaviors? Well, join me and my guest, Krista Montague, the brain behind Dementia's Success Path, as we unravel this tangled issue. Krista, with her riches of experience in dementia care, shines a light on the intricacies of caring for dementia patients. From handling physically active patients to dealing with violence in caregiving, we delve into the importance of balancing physical and emotional needs, and how fostering one -on -one relationships with recreation therapists or activity directors can revolutionize patient care. Welcome to Fading Memories, the podcast for caregivers of loved ones with dementia. I'm your host, Jennifer Fink. My mom had Alzheimer's for 20 years, and when I went looking for answers, I had the start a podcast to find them. Join me as we navigate the challenges of dementia caregiving together. This podcast is your beacon of support and empowerment. 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My brain always wanted something sweet. Now fruit usually did the trick, but not always. One bad night's sleep would fire up my sugar cravings so much they were almost impossible to ignore. You ever have your brain screaming for a donut? Well, for me, those days are gone. I believe in my results so much that I'm passing on my 15 % discount to you. Try it for two or three months and see if you have a miraculous sweet tooth cure, or maybe just better focus and clarity. It's worth definitely a try. Now on with our show. Welcome back, everybody. Thank you so much for joining us. I know you're going to love today's episode. With me is Krista Montague. We are talking about challenging dementia behaviors. And for those of you who know, who have listened long enough, you know, I had a few of those with my mom, so we'll be talking about those and others. So thanks for joining me, Krista. Oh, thanks for having me. So why don't you introduce yourself, tell us about your company, maybe your background with caring for somebody with dementia, and then we'll dive right into the topic. Yeah, absolutely. So I run a platform and a business called Dementia Success Path. The reason I started it is when I was very first getting started with my career, I ended up working in Jerry Psych. And that's where you run into the most challenging of dementia behaviors. That's why they're there at the hospital and my job there as an activity therapist was to provide natural intervention. So what to say and what to do to get them to come to a certain baseline in order for the doctors that work there to really be able to correctly prescribe medication. So anyways, that is how I got into the space. And over the course of many, many years, I cared for thousands of dementia patients with challenging behaviors. Thus, now I help caregivers on the Internet with said challenging behaviors now. So that's that's a little bit about me and my background. Awesome. While you were talking, I remembered a different scenario, so I hope I'm not going to throw this out of left field because this was a really challenging behavior. And I want to keep it as anonymized as possible. So a resident who was very tall, who had been a what do they call like a endurance athlete, did those like endurance marathons for people who are not watching the YouTube video. This is a very I don't want to do that kind of face. And he got very agitated if he couldn't get a hold of his wife on the phone and she was out of cell reception and he got so agitated, he pushed over another resident who broke a hip. We all know what happens when older people break hips. And this was an issue she had with him. It's just like he had obviously greater than average. What is the word? Oh, it's Monday and my brain's not going to work. He just had a ton of energy and he needed people to like take him running or he needed a way of getting rid of the energy. But he was out of stage of his dementia that taking him out wasn't necessarily safe for himself or others. So just off the top of your head, what do you think you would do with that? Just we're going to start off with the hard question first. Yeah, well, so I guess I'd be curious to figure out some of some of the why behind that, because ultimately behavior is just communication. The main thing with most of the dementias, whether it be Alzheimer's or from a temporal or blue body or whatever, is that it takes away language if you stick with the disease process long enough. So over time, those behaviors become a way for them to say, hey, something emotionally or physically with me isn't right. And I can't tell you any other way than maybe to shove this over or something like that. So it sounds like a couple of things are there, which is he has a physical need of moving around if that's been a part of his life and that's not being that that could definitely be part of it. The other part is maybe an emotional need that's not being met, which is he's wanting to get a hold of his safe person, the person who he feels gets him and can help orient him. And it's not happening. And I can just feel so overwhelming when you've lost control of everything else in your life with dementia. So as far as tackling those issues, I usually like to start with the physical issue first before I tackle the emotional one. So I understand it could definitely be challenging to get them to maybe run around the block, but I know where I happen to work, we had a pretty substantial backyard area, a garden area that people could walk around or even like a little mini trampoline event. That'd actually be a great idea if you can't move anywhere and he's like, there's nothing physically wrong. He has no mobility issues going on. Just have him bounce on that trampoline and just count it out, like almost treat it like a workout he's having like he might have had in sports or something like that, or maybe run laps a around few times or make it like some type of competition, like he's beating himself with it. So there's all kinds of ways that you can help productively put that energy towards something where it's safer. That was a lot of my job is figuring out how I could safely get these folks needs met so that if things continue to be an issue that then the doctor would come in with, say, like your Ativan or your Seroquel or, you know, whatever, things like that, it's a delicate balance trying if you're a psychiatrist that specializes in geriatrics to really get that right. And he really depended on us trying everything before he gets the medications. We're like, OK, so roughly we probably need this amount. But I was so I'll go there first with getting this physical needs. If he has a lot of energy and he just needs it met, there's there's always a safe way to get it done. It just takes a little bit of creativity and knowing a little bit about his life and his background and what would make the most sense for him. So all that's very important. And then beyond that, the emotional need could be maybe he feels like there isn't anybody else that just sits and talks to him. And I know it's challenging facilities. I get it. I worked in a facility, but at the same point in time, that's really where your let's just say your recreation therapist, your activity director can really be helpful with that. Chances are maybe he could like wall that person's activity planning or something like that could be sitting next to to her him or whatever and help him with these ideas and really building that one on one relationship so that it's not such a desperate bid for that person. You know, ultimately, there's always there's always something you can do. But I hear you. There's always going to be challenges when you're looking at an institutional place with staffing, training, all that type of stuff. But, you know, every single person's different. And it was it was rare when there was ever a person where I'm just like, no, we can't we can't help them. But it was it was very, very, very rare that that would ever be a situation that we find ourselves in. I'm wondering if they actually had gone to a geriatric psychiatrist. I'm thinking no, but I didn't know everything about their situation, obviously. Sure. That probably would have been a really good solution because he'd been in one memory care community and they just I'm not sure they tried very hard. That one used to be a mile down the hill from my home and there was a reason my mom wasn't there. And the one my mom was at, he had been moved there. So the whole incident with the shoving was in the person who got shoved was the parent of a client of my husband. So it was like, it was all the dramas. Yeah, it resolved. It resolved pretty well. I mean, there wasn't lawsuits or everybody was level headed and came to some some agreements that were positive. So that was good because I was like, oh, God, we don't. We're like, do we really need to get lawyers involved? Because, you know, this is just a really ugly situation. But I question whether whether they had a psychiatrist because that might have helped because they did have a really beautiful outside courtyard. I don't know that it would have been enough space. I mean, it was basically the size of an Olympic pool, so he could have run down and back and around. But I'm wondering if he would have felt like like a hamster on a wheel, just kind of going in a circle. But I like the trampoline idea. It depends on the context you're putting it in. It really does. If you're really treating it like, hey, this is, you know, a workout that we're doing together, like a training workout, if he was a big sports guy, then it could make sense for him. It just depends. As far as, I'd say it's unlikely the facility had one. And the reason being is in the place that I worked at, it's a hospital, so it was meant to be short term and that's usually how it goes. Oftentimes we see, rightly so, medication being a very last resort because it could take someone like him who is nothing's physically wrong with him. He's extremely physically active and it could mess with his balance and make it so he becomes a fall risk. So it's almost like you're borrowing from Peter to pay Paul when you're introducing medications. Oftentimes the folks that come to our hospital, they were violent, like they were spitting, they were fighting, hitting people, danger to themselves or others. Like it was very, very extreme situations where they'd be like, OK, like the drugs are like the very last resort to managing this. And I can understand in, you know, memory care or skilled nursing or something like that, it's challenging to have somebody so physically strong around with a bunch of frail people around, for sure. He certainly had quite a few of those. Yeah, he's really tall and then none of the caregivers, most of them, like 99 % of them were women and they weren't, none of them were more than average height. Most of us were pretty, yeah, we're talking like five foot two to five, six or seven at best. So it's not like they had like big, tall, you know, burly women to control him, which, you know, physically controlling him isn't really in the options either. But yeah, it was just, it was one of those situations where it's like, you know, his care partner was just at her wit's end and she was out of cell range because she was doing something for herself and their religious community. And so the fact that she freaked out that he couldn't get ahold of her was really unfortunate. But, you know, and I'm hoping that they learned something, you know, like all of this happened in like 2019 and then we had the pandemic and my mom passed away. It was like, oh, like, it was just, it was like a whole lot happened in a couple of years. But you were talking about violence. And so now we're going to shift back to mom, my mom. And the more we, so we talked a little bit about this, the more help she physically needed. Now, my mom walked fine with no AIDS. She had nothing physically wrong with her either. She had just had Alzheimer's for nearly 20 years. The more help she needed, the nastier she got. She didn't want people to help her. She didn't think she needed help. And if you pressed the wrong way, she literally scratched people and drew blood. So a little bit violent. They were always so surprised because like, oh, she's so easy going. I'm like, you're not talking about my mother. My mother was never easy going. She was, she was a very lovely, nice lady. Did lots of things for the community, loved her family and all that. But don't piss her off because that was a bad idea. And it did not help after Alzheimer's if you pissed her off. So I know we're kind of going back to lack of training, lack of time, lack of staff, which, you know, is actually has gotten worse since my mom passed away. But they never seem to be very good at diffusing the anger that came up kind of quickly. And it was always, it always made me feel so bad when she's, when she drew blood on the gal that took care of her. Because that gal put up with way too much garbage. So it's, go ahead. I was going to say, when you've got somebody who doesn't think they need help, that was the worst with my mom. It's like, you know, and I actually experienced it. We'd come back from, I always took her out. We went and watched kids in the park or whatever. This was what gave her the most joy. And we came back, she needed to use the restroom and she was, you know, she was still fairly continent, but she needed depends, just in case kind of thing. And as we all have happened, you know, her toe gets caught in the elastic and she's grunting and groaning and pissing and moaning, trying to pull the, first off, she crossed her legs and then tried to pull up the, you know, the incontinence underwear. And I'm like, I know exactly what's going to happen if I help her because she's going to get angry at me. And so I let her fuss and fume for a few minutes and I thought, this is ridiculous. And I went in and I said, oh, you just have your toe caught. That happens to me all the time. And I like grimaced and I bent over and I unhooked her toe and I literally backed up and stood up as quick as I could. Thankfully, I did not get smacked. That was what I was expecting. And I left the bathroom. I left her to do the rest of her stuff. She had her clothes back on. She comes back in her room, absolutely spitting mad. And I'm like, you know, this is ridiculous. It's not like I, I didn't even touch her. All I did was unhook the elastic from her toe, which, you know, if she didn't have Alzheimer's, she would have understood that that was the problem. But she was so mad. She was like, right, right, right, people come here. And she stomped out of her room and I thought, okay, well, I guess I'm going to go home now. And she made a circle around. The residents came back in her room. She goes, oh, hi, what are you doing here? I was like, oh, crap. Now we can start the visit all over again. Like, should have left a minute and a half ago. Oh, no. Oh, man. Yeah. So, you know, it's funny. I was actually having this discussion recently. I don't know if you've heard of Dan Salinger. He's pretty big on TikTok, like a really big caregiver on TikTok. I was just interviewing him on my Instagram. And we were talking a little bit about really how memories aren't quite as straightforward as a lot of people initially think. Something I really noticed with a lot of people with dementia, like all kinds of dementia, is that while the dementia stole the information aspect of their memories, and memories are really both comprised of both emotions and information. So you notice that a lot of the emotions behind their experiences would really linger. So, for example, if I'm sure if mom like so my thought when you're talking about mom is it's possible, maybe somebody else pissed her off earlier in the day, and she didn't necessarily hang on to the information of what made her mad earlier, but she was maybe hanging on to the emotion from it. And it's possible that maybe the her toe getting stuck in you helping her. She's like, no one respects me like this is just like the fifth thing that someone's disrespecting me with. And now my daughter's doing it to me like gosh darn it. For emotionally, her it feels like this is I'm just so tired of not having any control over my life, or I'm just so tired of like people telling me what to do all the time, talking to me like I'm a little kid, like just all those are very valid feelings of anger. But since the information gets like poof out of their brains, all it looks like is, wow, they're really overreacting to that being stuck in their pant leg. So sometimes it's not always the easiest to try to discern like, was I the fifth thing that pissed her off? Because she probably won't be able to tell you. But anyways, how I guess Dan and I came through that is he noticed that like maybe when after he got his dad to shower and his dad is mad, the anger would just kind of linger for a few hours afterwards, even when he completely forgotten he even had a shower. So it's just so, yeah, it's so interesting how all that works. It could be both helpful and unhelpful simultaneously as far as them forgetting things or the emotions lingering. So anyways, those are the thoughts I've had. The lack of control, something that she had. So she was the oldest of four kids. And so, you know, she was always responsible for the younger siblings. And I mean, I'm the oldest of two, so I can relate to that. My dad wasn't the easiest person. He, you know, he worked. My mom took care of my sister and I, and he kind of kept control of things. And whenever she wanted to do something, like if she wanted to repaint a room in the house, she'd think about it. She wouldn't talk to anybody, but she'd think about it. And then she would announce, tada, I'm going to do this. It sounded like, literally like it came out of the blue and I knew that it didn't because I think about things and then say, I think we should do X, Y, Z. Like our closet door, it's irritating. And it's like, we're going to put a barn door on here. So I talk about it, then I research it, then I share the research. So I'm not like, bam, we're going to do this. And it sounds coming out of the blue. So I don't think she felt like she had a lot of control, like her whole life since she was a teenager, probably, or maybe younger. Um, you know, like both my grandparents worked. So my, you know, both my uncles were kind of rowdy. She had the rowdy cousin that wound up. So yeah, I don't think she felt like she had a lot of control. So even if it wasn't the fifth thing that pissed her off, even if it was only the second or the third thing that day, yeah, I can totally see where that would have. That would have been an issue. So I've learned so much since she's passed away. It's like, dang, I really wish I'd known this five years ago. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, it's, it's interesting. I find that anytime, regardless if they have dementia or not, if there's like a huge reaction that feels disproportionate to the situation you're in, chances are, it's probably not about you. It's probably about a bunch of other stuff. And it's very much the same with our folks with dementia. And that's usually the fastest way I can get them calmed down from anger is I would say it sounds like there's just a lot of things that are frustrating you here. Let's just go outside and you can just tell me what's on your heart. And usually I was right. There's usually like six different things that were all pretty valid sounding that was pissing them off. And it was really relieving for a lot of them to have someone actually really sit down and listen to them. And it was a very unique position to be in as far as the facility goes. To actually be the person who had a little bit more time to spend with, with my folks to really understand where they were coming from a little bit more. I was really special. And it's really unfortunate because COVID, many of the other things COVID has taken out has also taken out this particular facility as well, which it stinks. But, you know, COVID did a number on all of it and everything on everybody on all the things. I guess I want to circle back real quick when we were talking about the staff and the training and things like that. Something I notice oftentimes just because of maybe because it's just severely underpaid they're asking their folks to do is you and oftentimes you'll find culturally people who maybe came from more of like an authoritarian type parenting background and they see these adults who are acting like children in their eyes. So they almost instinctively go back to like this authoritarian style parenting to these adults. And it just doesn't work. It just it just doesn't work. And that's why, you know, the training is so, so important. But now it's just rough when you live in a country where everything is all about the dollar. Yeah, my so where my mom lived, my husband's a real estate broker and we were talking about this exact topic because the people that did the hands -on carrying on my mom did not get paid worth beans because some of them worked at Starbucks for eight hours and then went and dealt with these, you know, these people with dementias. And like I could barely deal with my mom for two or three hours at a time much. And that was on top of what all the other stuff I did, but I didn't work at Starbucks for eight hours and then come deal with my mom for eight hours. Like, nope, that was outside my abilities. So I always, you know, tried really hard to, like, make their life easier. But the gal that my mom was always drawing blood on, she just worked at the community and she was freaking poor at it, you know. And I had a really good relationship with the executive director. If he was making big bucks, he wasn't spending it. He had an older model Honda Accord. You know, he wore polo shirts and khaki pants, you know, not dissing pennies. I shopped there, but that's kind of where he looked like he shopped. You know, he wasn't wearing suits. And I always, I thought, I don't know how you do this job because you've got the staff to deal with. You've got the residents to deal with. You've got the residents' families to deal with. Like, there are too many people to try to make happy. There's not enough money for you, but somebody's making money. And so I had my husband, like, pull up the property taxes and when the building was built and we, like, kind of assessed, like, their expenses. And it was like, God, I don't know how anybody's making money doing this. And it was expensive. We paid $5 ,600 a month for my mom. And then she moved in March 2017. So every March she was reassessed. The memory care director was very kind. Always, you know, when you kind of got somebody who's in a range of needs, always kind of scaled it to the lower end. And my mom fell, broke her leg, was bed -bound, wheelchair -bound, and she still skewed everything, like, as minimal as she could. And the fee was going from $5 ,600 to $7 ,200. And I've said this a lot. I think my mom had a moment of clarity where she realized there was this COVID thing going on. You know, people were not allowed to come in to the community. We weren't allowed to take them out to go watch kids in the park. She was going to need this wheelchair. The fee was going to, oh, forget it. I'm out. I really seriously think she had that moment because she died March 31st. The new fee was supposed to take place April 1st. So she saved us some money. Yeah. I was like, man, you've done that just right, honey. I mean, and it just, yeah, it just seemed like there just had to have been a moment of clarity. So yeah, it was crazy times. We were very blessed. They let us come in. I saw her the day before she passed away. They called me on the 31st and said, come now. She passed away before we got there. But literally, so this is March 31st, 2020. We're still in the initial stages of quarantine, you know, two weeks to flatten the curve. All that, if you guys remember back then, it's like, I almost forgot that was the beginning of the year, basically sitting at home. No, we were so innocent back then. Yeah, we thought we were doing really good sitting at home, baking sourdough bread. Oh, I was most certainly not doing that at that time. I was working with the ventilation staff. Oh, wow. Oh, so yeah, nope. I was doing my same stuff, but there was 10 of us. So there was my husband and I, my daughter, son -in -law, my sister, her kids and husband, and one, my mom's sister and one brother. And my aunt wore a mask. So this was a little bit before masking because my aunt took care of my grandmother, who had vascular dementia, lived on grandma's social security. So when my grandmother passed away, I don't understand why my family made this choice. Still don't. Well, obviously when my grandmother passed away, my aunt didn't have a career or money. So my aunt lives in subsidized senior housing and she has her own mental health struggles. She obviously knew that maybe wearing a mask was a good idea. And again, great relationship with the executive director, but that man looked like he was about to have a complete stroke because literally there's 10 of us standing outside my mom's room, including two kids. My niece was a teenager and my nephew was almost a teenager. And he never basically said, get the hell out. But it was very obvious on his face. That's what he wanted to say. But a lot of people didn't get to see their loved ones at all. So I felt really blessed and that must've been really, really hard for them.
A highlight from What a Weird Week Canadian Thanksgiving Special: Ten Ten Again! Fri. Oct. 6, 2023
"What a weird week Canadian Thanksgiving special 1010 again Hi friends, I'm Scott and this is what a weird week a show about the weird news that happened this week for show notes and More visit show notes dot page. That's show notes dot page It's Canadian Thanksgiving this weekend, but instead of taking the week off or even posting a rerun Please enjoy this 10 10 episode where we revisit 10 Former number 10 entries from this podcast and see how they hold up now So here comes season 4 episode 54 10 10s for Thanksgiving first published on Friday, October 6 2023 10 kicking off the top 10 this week number 10 from March 24th 2023 the headline was bonkers carrot caper This happened at the Clearview Mall in Pennsylvania where police caught the suspects charges at the time were Expected pending two people stole a giant foam carrot and a pinata from a mall Easter display in March of this year and when they took off a Security guard was dragged by the getaway truck for around a quarter mile. No one was hurt Thankfully police located the large carrot and the Easter pinata at a home And at the time we hoped there would be some sort of Hollywood treatment because no one got hurt We were like, maybe this should be a movie. All right, how does that one stack up long story short it holds up We haven't had any other giant foam carrot Theft stories on this weird news podcast since that happened in March This is our only weird Easter caper story So that one holds up the follow -up on this is they named the two fellows an 18 year old and a 20 year old And they said they would be charged at a future date They also said because of the nature of the crime they wouldn't be taken into custody. Oh, they were both visiting from, Texas So the anonymous tip came in they found them at a house. The two fellows were visiting from, Texas When they said the nature of the crime, I think what they mean right is it was more of a prank No one got hurt. Although that security guard did get dragged for around a quarter mile behind the getaway vehicle But they weren't taken into custody and then that story goes cold I don't know the follow -up is kind of open -ended what happened next The story just went cold after that 10. The next number 10 was from March 31st of this year It was about the fella the 91 year old fella who crossed the Grand Canyon It's around 24 miles to hike from one edge of the Grand Canyon down through to the other edge This took five days 91 year old fellow named John did it and he got in the Guinness Book of World Records He is the oldest person to ever cross the Grand Canyon. This one holds up no, 92 year old was waiting in the wings to break this record, I guess or hasn't done it yet. So John is still the World record holder is the oldest person to cross the Grand Canyon at the time I remember treating this like an inspirational news story something You know if you've always dreamed of getting in the Guinness Book of World Records But you can never seem to get it right you could never get that Rubik's Cube solved or you know cross the Grand Canyon There are still opportunities as you get older this one You can train until you're 92 years old and then attempt to beat the world record So this one holds up and still inspirational You Are listening to what a weird week It's a show that leans into the weirdness 10 our next entry in our 10 10s Thanksgiving special is from April 7th of this year. How young is the world's youngest published author? That's weird And we went from the oldest person to cross the Grand Canyon one week and the next week We kicked off the show with the young author this was a story about that boy from the United Arab Emirates four years old four years and 218 days old and has a published book called the elephant sayeed and the bear The book is about kindness and an elephant and a polar bear and it is officially a Guinness World Record This person the youngest published author You have to have at least a thousand copies sold to have an official Guinness World Record as a published author this book sold more than a thousand copies and Guinness World Record This story holds up. No one younger than four years old has published a book. Come on slackers. What's going on? In writing three -year -olds to sorry to this one. I did I remember at the time I was maybe in a bad place that week I remember thinking wow once you start kindergarten once you're five years old Strolling into the kindergarten class if you don't have a published book You've failed already because a four -year -old did it That one was not a great take on my behalf. I would say for the aspiring writers When you crunch the numbers the demographics of this the people who listen to this program it cuts off at a certain age So you don't know how many five -year -olds are listening to this podcast But I want to apologize to any five -year -olds listening who want to be a writer and I was like you might as well quit You didn't get the world record. That was a terrible thing to say Continue to pursue your dreams five -year -olds, please continue to write stay with it Let's end on that message 10 next up was our story from April 14th of this year How short is pearl the Chihuahua the shortest dog in the world? And so just to recap from the ground up pearl the pooch is 3 .59 inches tall a little bit taller than 3 .25 or half of a dollar bill or a little bit taller than a credit card Also a can of soup is taller than pearl the pooch Pearl is about as long as a dollar bill five inches long weighs a little bit more than a pound Does this story hold up turns out pearl the Chihuahua was? Actually a person in a suit. It was all fake you guys. No no, the story does hold up and pearl the Chihuahua is still the shortest dog in the world and the photos are still Wonderful if you want to see pearl the pooch and smile click show notes that page is You This the what a weird week show a weekly rundown of weird news 10 if you're just jumping in here We're doing 10 number 10s from past episodes as a Canadian Thanksgiving special and then Going back to see do the story still hold up. Are they still weird? Is it all still a real thing? Did it really happen? Will we be disgraced by reporting something that was completely fake at the time so far so good The next one is how fast can you this one doesn't hold up you guys spoiler alert? How fast can you drink are you ready to set a world record a German man shattered the this is from April? 21st of this year when the German fellow shattered the Capri Sun speed drinking world record 10 .41 seconds finished an entire Capri Sun drink. These are the ones where if you don't have Capri Sun where you're at it's a Bag of drink and you stab it with that pointy straw and you drink the thing Well, that was a nice record while it lasted but just last week We talked about the fellow who now has a Capri Sun speed drinking record of under 10 seconds Eight point something seconds to finish an entire Capri Sun So this story does not hold up from April to last week It was a record but now there's a new champ in town 10 next up from April 28th of 2023 Nudists will feel naked and exposed if cable car over nude beach goes ahead This was a story we had in April from Vienna Where there was a plan for a cable car route to pass over a beach frequented by nudists and it was not a popular thing amongst the nudists a Nudist named Barbara was quoted in the story I don't want to end up on the internet 72 year old Barbara said The developer said the cable car will pass over the beach for hardly any time at all The cable car windows could be the kind that switch to non see -through when the cable car gets close to the beach Anyway, that was the story in April. How does this one hold up at the time? I remember I was like everyone calm down. Keep your pants on nudists. I was very proud of that joke I remember so does it hold up? The last thing I can find about this is from a blogger who says in their blog post not sure if it's a sure thing yet or still in the Possibly could happen stage. So there's not a lot yet. I mean these projects sometimes they take a while You got to get approval. You got to get money all of that and then you got to calm down the nudists There's a lot happening behind the scenes no doubt, but there's not a lot of follow -up yet on this one I've found some video of non nude variety and I will post that in the updated show notes a Weekly countdown of Weirdy McWeird stuff This is the what a weird week show 10 next is from May 5th of 2023 Our number 10 that episode was freaky foot world record. Do not attempt This was about the lady named Kelsey who said a Guinness World Record for her freaky footwork Basically, she can point one foot forwards and the other foot backwards Kelsey is a librarian from New Mexico. Her official world record is most foot rotation for a female She discovered this world record ability at her library when the new Guinness Book of World Records came out She's flipping through she saw the foot record in there and she was like, I wonder if I could do that She did and she could get more Flexibility or more whatever She could be going in both directions more. So however you word it. I'm not sure anyway, this story holds up this one is still a Guinness World Record and Please if you're going to attempt it stretch consult a physician I just feel like you could try this one Maybe you're having a couple of wobbly pops or something at a Canadian Thanksgiving party this weekend And you're like, I'm gonna try that world record and you haven't warmed up enough or whatever Maybe your feet would stick that way. How are you gonna get around now? Please do not attempt 10 next number 10 was from May 12 2023. How excited are you about printed fish? That was our headline from May the company in Israel has 3d printed fish It's not meal ready fish you print it out and then you have to cook it fish fillet they start with lab -grown grouper fish and They turn that into some sort of edible filament for a 3d food printer That was kind of how I described it at the time I you know, it's oversimplification But you get the picture lab -grown printable fish could save the environment could save real fish could save all of us Like the other lab -grown meats they're trying to get enough food for everyone Wouldn't it be wonderful if everyone all of the humans had enough to eat that would be good, right? They said they wanted this to be available for purchase next year at the time. I described it as white goo It looks like white goo. I stand by that. It does look like white goo and how does it taste? Well, unfortunately our website when you click our show notes, we do not have that capability I know I should be upgrading to Squarespace. I get it. But right now our show notes blog Does not have lick the screen capabilities so that you can taste what the printable fish would taste like So is this story fishy or does it hold up? I say it holds up I mean, we're still at the place where they're trying to get regulatory approval get through all the hoops You got to jump through and then by the end of 2024, they hope to have it available You know, you could have it on your plate by next year. That's where we're at with this one So I say it holds up. I've been voting all of these hold up haven't I mostly Maybe I'm biased Recapping the weird ones from this week's news. This is what a weird week 10 if you're just jumping in at this point, this is the what a weird week show Thanksgiving special for Canadian Thanksgiving We're doing 10 10s 10 former number 10 stories and then we're doing follow -ups do the stories hold up This is from May 19th 2023 the Gator that fooled us all This happened on Treasure Island on the Gulf Coast Police on Night Beach Patrol were surprised by a tricky Gator a biggie from their Facebook post Look at the size of that Gator one of our officers tried rounding up on Treasure Island Beach last night It was an incredibly realistic sand sculpture That's it. That's what we had for a number 10. Well, this story doesn't hold up I mean we've had weirder stories than this weirder things have happened to you on your way to work this morning probably, right? last recap week This is where we recap last week It's right there in the title and this episode from last week is still up if you want to check it out if you didn't have a chance show notes dot page to Find previous episodes and all the show notes and all the links number 10 last week Tinder's very expensive option makes news. I kept saying $4 .99 and made it sound like it was five bucks a month It's five hundred bucks a month I think we made it clear by the end of that story But there's a lot of money for tinder or is it? I don't know I'm married number nine last week Wiener mobile rides again number eight was dogs go to human movie world reacts number seven flock of sheep steals 600 pounds of marijuana plants Number six was Guinness World Record for ten -year -old makes many of us feel inadequate Number five was message in a bottle sweepstakes makes news number four last week guy drinks Capri Sun brand beverage very fast sets new world record 8 .02 seconds number three drug that can grow new teeth was in the news Number two last week dog from Canada sets sock removal record I had a hard time getting through that one last week We had an honorable mention last week spongebob mac and cheese is a triumph of the human spirit and number one last week the lady Who got stuck in the toilet lady stuck in toilet makes news retrieves? Watch a few of you sent notes saying I should have had that outhouse story at number two in the number two spot The lady in the watch in the outhouse. It should have been number two. You're absolutely right. Well played You Welcome back to the what a weird week show our final number 10 of this all 10 special is 10 from May 26 2023 people reminded to wear clothes for driver's license photo in Georgia now in the state of Georgia in the USA You can get a digital driver's license as part of the apply process when the story came out You have to send them a photo and at the time the Georgia Department of Driver Services Posted on their Facebook attention lovely people of the digital era Please take pictures with your clothes on when submitting them for your digital driver's license and IDs Let's raise our virtual glasses and toast to the future Cheers to technology until I would say that story holds up until they allow naked driver's license. How about that? And that's a wrap on our special episode of 10 number 10s from the past year the lasting tenacity of weird Cannot be understated. I don't know am I wrong. It seems to me like most of those stories hold up And so we'll wrap there the special episode of 10 number 10s from the past year if you are celebrating Thanksgiving this weekend Canadian Thanksgiving have a weird and wonderful.
A highlight from Karis Project - Kaysha and Lauren
"Ian Trottier here for Discussions of Truth, and we're in Las Vegas. This is the 21st, I'm told, the 21st Clay Clark event. I have two incredible guests here, two incredible ladies that are sitting at the table with me. Kaysha Richardson, and she's holding a Richardson hat at the moment, and Lauren Cuff. Kaysha, we'll start with you, and then we'll go to Lauren. Briefly introduce yourselves for listeners, please. Yes, so my name is Kaysha Richardson. I am an American Indian born in Canada. I worked for the provincial government at a maximum security prison for the criminally insane. My father was a mechanical engineer who pioneered research in early 2020 outlining improper contagion mitigation and how it was used for bioterrorism and election interference in Canada and the United States and eventually treason. The way he CDC changed the guidelines, which created a critical weakness in Canada in the United States, making it weak to biological attack, which was an act of preparatory levying war and instantly treason. So we reported on this and we ended up being persecuted and tortured in Canada. I had to flee to the United States as an American Indian on October 1st of 2020. I went to Montana Sweetgrass Port of Entry and I presented all this evidence to the border agents on the American side and I ended up getting arrested by the border agents. They took all my travel documents, tried to destroy them, handed me over to immigration who put me in an immigration detention for seven months, a maximum security prison with military and immigration detainees, and they tried to port me back to Canada multiple times, but Canada sent them letters saying she's an Indian, just release her, we're not taking deportation from American Indians because of course we're sovereign on both sides of the border. I'm covered by Article 6 of the Constitution and you know treaties, so any treaty ratified by the Senate is the supreme law of the land, right? So immigration, they paroled me on March 31st 2021 into the United States and they paroled me to American citizens who ended up trafficking me around the States for the last three years, drugging me, beating me, sexually assaulting me, holding me at gunpoint, putting videos of it on the internet for finances, and just I was on a tracking device system by immigration. I wasn't allowed to leave the house at certain times, I wasn't allowed to leave the city without permission, I wasn't allowed to live with another person without permission. These people were known to the police for their egregious crimes against other people, which was unbeknownst to me, and so all of this was done to suppress the evidence of the treason ultimately in Canada and the US, which Biden benefited from the suppression of, and we have the evidence that he was involved, the administration, the Biden administration was involved in my trafficking, but this was, if this was presented, if the DHS people at the border dealt with it from October 1st of 2020, January 6th would have never happened, and what's going on with Trump right now would have never happened either. He would actually still be in office.
A highlight from Adam Back Predicts $100k Bitcoin by Halving | EP 797
"Welcome to Simply Bitcoin Live! We're your number one source for the peaceful Bitcoin revolution with code breaking news called Traumatic Warfare. We will be your guide through the separation of money and state and make no mistake, that's exactly what we are living through these days. Anyways, very interesting, over the weekend, Adam Back, who was cited in the original Bitcoin whitepaper, made a bet with our boy, Vkingo, stay solvent everybody if you know you know, and the bet was that Bitcoin, Adam Back bet Vkingo that Bitcoin was going to hit $100 ,000 by March 31st, 2024. But there's a reason that he originally quote tweeted an article and it explained what his reasoning was behind making that bet. So I think that's really interesting. We're going to break all of that down today. Also on the Tetherfront, their lawsuit in New York, the lawsuit originally claimed that Tether was not backed one to one by the dollar and whatnot. That was dismissed. The judge kind of just threw it out. So find that interesting. That Tether FUD was a huge deal. I think it was like 2017, 2018. There was this massive account called Bitfinex. And it's interesting because when all these blow ups started to happen, it was USDC that was affected more than Tether. Right. And USDC was the one that was supposedly regulated because it was by Coinbase. And you know, it was it was supposed to be the safer bet. So it's just funny how that plays out. And then if anyone who's not in the know, Tether plays a massive role in the entire ecosystem. It's used to trade on a lot of these altcoin exchanges overseas. And so Tether plays this like weird type of role in Bitcoin. So it's just interesting how that played out. And of course, obviously, Tether is not a fan of the US government. The US government is not a fan of stablecoins. Obviously, they want to be the stablecoin. That's why they launched, I think lot a of people are going to learn over time that you will only find financial sovereignty in Bitcoin. Anything that is centralized, meaning everything other than Bitcoin, I think will inevitably inevitably be co -opted by government. So I know that's very popular. Stablecoins are very popular overseas in countries that are going through high inflation. But I think it's just a matter of time before they kind of wake up to the reality of Bitcoin and stuff. So anyways, before we start the show, I want to bring up my legendary co -host, always optimistic. Dude, what do you think of the new intro? Shout out to Daf, by the way. I kind of messed it up with leaving the thumbnail up, but tomorrow I'll nail it. But I like it. I like it. You guys requested a change up. So we heard you. Dude, it feels official, Nico. It feels like we are back. We've always been back. But now we're officially back and we're professionals here on the stream. We got an intro, bro. If that didn't get you vibed up, I don't know what did. But man, let's go. It's Monday. We're back for the grind. We're back to give you guys content, keep you guys up to date on the peaceful Bitcoin revolution. I'm hyped, Nico. And I think I only drank two cups of coffee this morning. So maybe it's just yelling in everyone's ears on Twitter Spaces that gets me hyped in the morning. But I'm excited for this one. Anyways, we do have a guest today on our culture. Bring him in, Nico. Or should I? We got Shah from noaa .com talking about Bitcoin, Bitcoin payments, all that good stuff that they're working on. So this is going to be a good episode. How are you doing, Shah? Good. How are you guys? Glad to be on the show. Wonderful, bro. Wonderful. Yeah, man. Super excited to have you on the show. And with Bitcoin payments, I feel like that's not enough of a that's so that's so vague. Yeah, I mean, so we started like noaa around two years ago. We saw that, you know, the there is a need for I mean, of course, there's a lot of Bitcoin wallets out there. But what we are really solving here is the intersection of the on and off ramps. We believe that, yes, it's good to have Bitcoin. But to make Bitcoin really usable, you have to enable users to cash out very quickly. You know, right now, we're live with like, you know, the cards on RAM, so you can globally at very competitive rate buy Bitcoin, Apple Pay, Google Pay, MasterCard, Visa card, but also pay out into your Visa card and MasterCard globally. So let's say, you know, you're about to go on your holidays, of course, you should never sell your Bitcoin. But who knows, like most people are probably living in a Bitcoin first world, where they hold most of their assets in Bitcoin, but it's kind of a friction to kind of cash it out in short term. So within a day, you put it put it on your Visa, MasterCard, and it's popped up, and then you just go out and spend it. So that's right now. Soon, in two or three weeks, we will have global off ramp, USD, GBP, Euro, Nigerian currency, anything you want. So we've been working hard, quite, you know, behind the scenes. But I think by payment, I really mean how on and off ramp so seamless, that it's, you know, almost like no friction. That's really cool. Wait, wait, before we go, though, is Noah a reference to Noah's Ark? Correct. Yeah. So the initial idea was, when you want to build a really big consumer brand, like look at the big companies like Coca Cola, Zara, you know, I don't know, Mango, you know, you have to have a name that is globally recognizable. And I think, you know, we just brainstorming. And normally, when you start a company, you have like five top names. But with this one, it was just like, it has to be Noah, right? Because it is a name that's basically transcends every religion. So in Christianity, in Islam, as well as Judaism, it is the same story. It's the only story that combines them all showing that, you know, these religions are all basically all the same, we're all the same, there's no borders, really, only the borders that we put between us. And, and also, it has to do with helping people. So you know, like the flood is coming, and we're building the Ark to save everyone from the flood. And there's so many other meanings. But most importantly, and I always say, unlike the other Ark, this Ark has space for everyone, not just a pair of animals. So I think there were so many, many aspects that I have to name Noah, you know, there are, we also went to, to get the domains, because I think it's very important to make it very simple. So people understand. Very, very cool, man. Well, that's awesome. And yeah, that domain is huge. Noah .com. I think that's a big statement. But yeah, man, I'm super, super excited. Love having Bitcoin entrepreneurs here, you know, pushing or mass adoption worldwide. But anyways, guys, no more delay. Let's jump straight into into the show today. We got a lot to talk about. We got a lot to cover. Let's check it out.
A highlight from 1362: Bitcoin Advocate RFK Jr. Suing Google for YouTube Censorship!
"In today's show, I'm going to be breaking down the latest technical analysis and quoting Adam back. He made a big bet that Bitcoin reaches or exceeds $100 ,000 per coin between now and the halving, which is scheduled to be less than nine months out. We'll be discussing this as well as one catalyst which can trigger Ethereum to plunge 50 % plus against Bitcoin's top crypto analysts. We'll also be discussing breaking news of Tether and Bitfinex class action lawsuit thrown out by the judge. This could be a big win for crypto as well as US Ethereum futures ETF has a 75 % chance of approval this year in 2023. After recent flood of applications, analysts estimate we'll also be discussing the factors that can lead to another massive Bitcoin rally according to ARK Invest as well as breaking news. Kennedy Jr. sues Google for censoring political speech on YouTube, which is a big topic for the day. We'll also be taking a crypto market all this plus so much more in today's show. Yo, what's good crypto fam? This is first and foremost a video show. So if you want the full premium experience with video, visit my rumble channel at cryptonewsalerts .net. Again, that's T2. Welcome y 'all. What is popping? What is new? Happy weekend. Another stat stack and Saturday for you. Let's kick off today's show, checking out our market watch. As you can see here in your screen, we got Bitcoin back in the green trading just above 29 ,000, which is a good sign to see us holding this critical support. As many analysts are predicting, if 29 doesn't hold, we can drop all the way down to 25. We also have ether back in the green trading back above $1 ,800. Checking out coinmarketcap .com, the current crypto market cap since that $1 .16 trillion with about $22 billion in volume in the past 24 hours. We've got the Bitcoin dominance at 48 .6 % with the ether dominance at 19 % even. Checking out the top 100 crypto gainers for the past week, Shiba Inu leading the pack, pun intended, up 17%, followed by Gala up almost 6%, trading at 2 .3 cents, followed by DYDX up almost 5%, trading at $2 .05. And checking out the top 100 crypto gainers for the past week, we have SHIB also leading this pack up almost 17 % and Gala up 5%, but many of them are in the red and pretty stagnant losses for the altcoin market. And checking out the crypto greed and fear index, we're currently rated a 50, which is neutral. Yesterday was a 54, last week a 52, and last month a 56 in greed. So there you have it. How many of you took advantage of this recent dip with Bitcoin price being able to stack stats at 29 ,000? Let me know in the comments. Appreciate all the feedback in the live chat loud and clear on the PC. That's what's up. Much love and much respect. And at the end of the show, as we do on every episode, we'll be doing the live Q &A, and I'll be reading everyone's comments out loud. Now for our Bitcoin technical analysis, another day, another failure for Bitcoin to break away from its current range around 29 G's. They say there's never the whole moment in crypto, but if you're mostly following the performance of large cap coins throughout the past week, you can probably see that this is a bit of an overstatement. Bitcoin's price is completely flat line throughout the last few days and the past 24 hours have made an absolute no exception as seen here in this chart, Bitcoin made an attempt to push above 29 ,003, but was quickly reminded that it's not its place and retrace back to where it's trading for the past week, which is at that $29 ,000 level. Now for some recent interesting tweets from Adam Back, who I have a lot of respect for. He just made a big bet. He said the bet is on. I bet Bitcoin reaches or exceeds $100 ,000 per coin between now and the halving, he says March 31st, 2024. And he bet this person Viking, oh Bitcoin nine, 1 million sets to the winner. And checking out some of his other recent tweets that he shared here, he says, I'm okay with the 100 ,000 probably sooner than the having an April of 2024 through in my view. And you know, what's up, what's pretty cool is he put his money where his mouth is. So he's ultimately saying so greater than 100 ,000 by March 31st, 2024 midnight Zulu, or you win. So good stuff, massive shout out to Adam Back. Do you think he'll be right with his prediction? Let me know your thoughts. He also notes that by the way, I guess this is going to be block 840 ,000. Otherwise the date is estimated, seems a bit more auspicious to the relevant date. So getting the finite details all sorted out there. But I also agree that Bitcoin is likely to hit that six figure target around that time of the halving. I'd love to see that, especially considering it's after the halving, typically the year proceeding to happen, which would be in 2025 when we hit that cycle peak, which gives us a lot of room, you know, for growth and we can potentially hit a massive unexpected top. Imagine two, 300 ,000 as a cycle peak in 2025. Would that light up your, your year? Let me know. And how would that change your life? Welcome those just tuning in. Now let's discuss Bitcoin versus Ethereum according to some of these charts, which is quite interesting. How many of you are more bullish right now on the price performance of Bitcoin versus Ethereum? Let me know in the live chat and vice versa. How many of you think that Ethereum is likely to outpace Bitcoin this cycle? Let me know your honest thoughts. And now let's break this down, shall we? Bitcoin versus Ether. Wiley followed crypto analyst Benjamin Cohen says that one event can cause Ethereum to plummet relative to BTC and a new interview with the crypto banter hosts. Cohen says that ETH slash Bitcoin pair can drop by more than 50 % from its current value of 0 .063 BTC worth 1828 bucks. Cohen believes that ETH slash BTC is likely printing a bearish double top pattern on the monthly chart, suggesting that hollers are using any rally to trade their ETH into BTC. Now for me, I capitulated quite a while back as I foreseen this coming. What are your thoughts? Quitting him here to me, this just looks like a massive distribution phase on the Ether Bitcoin pair, not unlike what we saw last cycle, where you just get a massive distribution phase and you will get your initial pump up. You sell it off and then you go into your distribution phase. And I think that this is where we are right now, where there is a good chance here that the Ether Bitcoin pair is going to break to the downside as outlined right here in this chart. Now he highlights that historically, the ETH Bitcoin pair generally declines during the months of June through December, and he predicts a decline to as low as 0 .03 BTC, which would mean an Ethereum price of 871 bucks and over 52 % decrease from the current value, quoting him again. So what I would think is going to happen is that ETH slash Bitcoin could plummet to around that 0 .03 BTC to 0 .04 BTC level. And once the Ethereum Bitcoin valuation gets there, I think it could mark the end of the altcoin reckoning. How many of you agree and disagree? And according to Cohen, the catalyst for the 52 % ETH Bitcoin decline could be the stock market retracement, quitting him again. Remember in late 2017, the Ether Bitcoin pair dropped right here at 0 .022 BTC, but then it was the second drop to that level in 2018 that marked the end of a lot of the altcoin reckoning. And I think that we had that initial drop, but we still probably need to have a secondary drop to that level of 0 .049 BTC. And even from there it could drop and then maybe roll over and then we'll try to find the bottom, but I still think that is the most likely outcome here. And I think the reason that it could happen is because of a potential seasonal correction in the S &P 500. Now, could you imagine that ETH dropping another 50 % versus Bitcoin and Bitcoin massively outpacing the second largest altcoin by market cap Ethereum? Let me know your honest thoughts in the comments right down below, and we shall see how this goes. Yeah. And welcome those just tuning in. Welcome. Appreciate the love.
Bud Light Hammered in Stock Market After Alienating Customers
"Shares of bud lights, they have just been hammered ever since they came out with the whole Dylan Mulvaney beer cans. Shares are trading down again today while shares of competitor Molson Coors are trading up. I wonder how that happens. Yeah, sometimes when you completely alienate a customer base, it might have an effect on sales, just saying. Don't take my word for it. Let's look at the numbers, okay? Year to date through April 1st, Bud Light, dollar sales were down 0.4% down four tenths of a percent may not seem like much. When you consider what the competitors do and you might get a little worried Coors light dollar sales, they are up 1.8%. So Coors light's going up. So sales for Coors light, they go up, sales for Bud Light, they go down. And that is exactly what's being reflected in the stock price right now. Let's take a look at the stock. If you go back to when this whole thing really started taking off around March 31st, April 1st. That's when these commercials came out and people started picking up on it. Well, you look at the stock price and it is clearly suffered over there at bud. In comparison, take a look at what Coors light's been doing Molson core shares as the ticker symbol tap they've been rallying. So this tells you investors, they know what's going on because they know consumers. They know consumers better than the company itself. It's an interesting lesson. I think for businesses in general, you know, the expression go, woke, go broke. There may be something to that.
OpenSea Pro NFT Aggregator Goes Live
"Open C introduced open seat pro in NFC aggregator targeted at pro traders open sea pro is a rebrand of gem V two in aggregator acquired by open sea in April of 2022. Open C is currently offering 0% marketplace fees for listings made through open sea pro. Marketplace fees on open seas legacy platform or increased back to two and a half percent. According to open sea, it's pro marketplace aggregates listings from over a 170 NFT marketplaces. Open C pro offers deep liquidity from aggregated collection offers bids and NFT pools. It also supports sweeping across marketplaces, users who traded on jam prior to March 31st of this year are eligible to mint a commemorative genesis NFT.
Vivek Ramaswamy: Firing Politically-Biased DOJ, FBI Members
"My last question for you the fake Rama Swami presidential candidate 2024 I believe having been a federal agent that the DoJ and the FBI are our biggest source of trouble in the bureaucracy as we're seeing right now with the attack on Trump Will you commit to the audience here that you will give a good look to the firing of anyone who doesn't put the constitution first whether at the FBI and assistant United States attorney or anyone who puts their politics for the oath of office regardless of the media outcome because they're going to fillet you for getting rid of these people like they fillet George W. Bush but it is perfectly within your authorities potential president to get rid of them I will get rid of them I will fire them I believe the U.S. president is constitutionally empowered to do it You fire them and you fire the legions of people under them That is the key I've seen it in the private sector That is what I'm core part of my domestic agenda Dan We're going to go in there and shut down those agencies and for the agencies we don't shut down We're going to fire the people who are actually corrupting them And you know what You don't have to vote for me now That's for next year But you could vote to get these ideas on the debate stage even if you just gave that dollar It's literally before the march 31st quarter deadline at Vivek 2024 dot com If you gave a dollar that's actually what helps get a prominent spot in the debate stage And whoever wins this election we better level up the conversation in our party to actually define our agenda That's what I want to focus on And I only got ten seconds but do you pledge to support whoever the GOP nominee is I do as a condition for getting on the debate stage I'm not a partisan party hack but at the end of the day I think that we need to unite in actually taking our country back and I will help do that in whatever way I can as a citizen So we are running to win this
Vivek Ramaswamy: A New Tradition in the Republican Party
"I'm not running on a single issue I'm running to win because I think we can actually go even further with that agenda I do think it's going to take an outsider to do it Now my view is I think this can be a new tradition in the Republican Party We should be the party of the outsider who isn't a product of the very system we aim to fix That's what actually respected most about Trump in 2015 and 2016 Why I think it was actually frankly inspiring to somebody like me to see a true outsider come in That's exactly where I am right now even in the polls and elsewhere it's where Trump was when he came down that escalator in 2015 led the Democrats to be the party of the professional career politician when it comes to The White House And we need a lot of those in Congress and in the Senate and the foot soldiers across this country There's a role for everybody But I think that when it comes to the GOP one of the new traditions I'm proposing for our party is that our mate out default the standard we use is that for The White House we are the party of the outsider because that's what it's going to take to dismantle a governmental bureaucracy that deep state you can not be a product of the very system that created it and that's a big part of what motivates me to do this because I have built multi-billion dollar companies I'm not beholden to the donor class I've already put 8 figures of my own money into this campaign because I don't want to be beholden to anybody in this race and then combine that with grassroots bottom up fundraising And I'll use that as a chance to say you know what We're getting mostly small dollar donations dollar $5 Very small dollar average It's like 40 $45 on average that we've been getting I love that Today is actually our reporting deadline It's March 31st And so people even one chip in a dollar I'm fine with that The VIC-20 twenty four dot com That's my first name VI VE K 2024 dot com This is a grassroots movement that we're actually building And so whether it's the 8 figure sums that I'm putting in or $1 that's grassroots lifting this up that's the kind of positive movement we're building that isn't beholden to the Republican donor class
7 California officers charged in death of man in custody
"7 California officers have been charged in the death of a man in custody. I'm Lisa dwyer. Prosecutors of George 7 California highway patrol officers and a nurse with involuntary manslaughter in connection with the 2020 death of a man who screamed I can't breathe while multiple officers restrained him as they try to take a blood sample. 38 year old Edward bronstein was taken into custody of March 31st back in 2020 following a traffic stop. The LA coroner said bronstein's death was caused by acute methamphetamine and intoxication during restraint by law enforcement. The 6 officers and one sergeant are charged with one count of involuntary manslaughter and one felony count of assault under the color of authority. They each face up to four years in prison. The registered nurse is charged with involuntary manslaughter, bronstein died less than two months before the George Floyd incident in Minneapolis. I'm Lisa dwyer
Trans Flight Attendant Dies in Apparent Suicide
"Trans flight attendant 25 years old who gained fame on United Airlines commercial killed herself. A Colorado home after leaving heartbreaking suicide note apologizing to everyone, I let down end quotes. And so her name is Kylie Scott. She was found dead at her home in Denver, Colorado on Monday to no posted to Instagram and Facebook before she passed away, including a message that says I'm so sorry. Her name is Caylee. Appeared in a commercial in 2020 to celebrate transgender day of visibility which falls on March 31st. If you or someone you know is struggling and this is kind of a PSA from this article, but if anyone you know is struggling and thinking about committing suicide, there's a hotline at 9 8 8. It's what it says here in this article. It's very sad that this young lady took her life. You know, I'm just looking at the pictures of her had her pictures right here in the article. And this person has a family, this person had a future, this person should be loved, should be appreciated, but what happens is, is not the pressure from the outside world. It's that instead of thrust in these young people into transgenderism, we should probably spend a lot of time effort and energy and intelligence to get them to help they deserve.
"march 31st" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies O between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate ueda said this in testimony the other day. The BOJ can't buy
"march 31st" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bangla Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the Yale curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control guilds from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate you ate us, said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't buy
"march 31st" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The latest edition of the Bloomberg surveillance podcast, a conversation with Carl Weinberg of high frequency economics. So the bang of Japan has work to do. The end of the fiscal year is now just a few weeks away, March 31st. And there are substantial capital losses on what I'll call the ultra long segment of the JGB market. The part where they haven't been trying to control the yield curve. So those yields are up about 70 basis points compared to where they were at the end of the last fiscal year. And that implies between 30 and ¥60 trillion worth of capital losses, which are big enough to wipe out the balance sheets of a lot of the institutions. So the bank of Japan and the finance ministry are going to be out there in size over the next few weeks buying up this asset encouraging by the asset. They're going to move the market lower. They'll do it, but it will be quite a challenge for them. How close are they? And I don't mean to an absolute owning the bond market, but on a trendline or a glide path to owning the bond market, where is the bank of Japan? Maybe use a baseball analogy. Are they in the third inning or the 8th inning of buying every Bond that's issued in Japan? Well, at the short end of the yield curve out to ten years, I think the number is about 65 to 70% of the market. And then at the ultra long end, they own a lot less because their target has been to control yields from overnight out to ten years. So they still have scope to buy at the ultra long end of the market. But yes, you're right. And bank of Japan, governor designate you ate us, said this in testimony the other day, the BOJ can't
"march 31st" Discussed on WTOP
"Ship those resources to other ways that we keep people healthy in a district. The center's closed March 31st. The top stories we're working on at WTO P more weapons are needed to stop Russia according to Ukraine's president, Vladimir zelensky, and Merrill and lawmakers are aiming to make apartment buildings safer following a deadly apartment building fire in Silver Spring two weeks ago today. Stay with WTO for details on these stories in the minutes ahead. Traffic and weather on the 8s here's married to pampa in the WTO peak traffic center. All righty, thanks Dan and we're starting on the beltway. We heard for they were looking for one disabled vehicle interlude by the Springfield interchange in toward a two 36 little river turnpike find it. Everything's on the right shoulder, but we do we can see this one in camera. The beltway continues to run at speed all the way around. Virginia and in Maryland, there is one working crash. It's on the Maryland side in Bethesda, the inner loop, right at all Georgetown road exit 36. One went off the roadway through the guard rail, so watch out along the right side, however, traveling for said to be open. Nothing on two 70, but to the east of two 70 in Rockville, we still have a closure point montrose road is remaining blocked after an early morning crash following direction both sides of montrose between tower oaks boulevard and tilden would drive following police direction. There are 95 in Maryland beltway to beltway doing well in Virginia, Springfield to spottsylvania, no reported issues south George Washington Parkway after one 23 stay left that delay is taking you to the work zone. And save 20% off a long deck fences pavers and fences financing available for qualified buyers go to long fence dot com today to schedule your free home in home estimate married to pump the WTO P traffic. Thanks, Mary. Let's check in with storm team four meteorologist Ryan Miller. Whether alert day we've got lots of gusty wind headed our way, we'll see temperatures near 60 with wind gusts anywhere between 40
Joni Mitchell honored with Gershwin Prize at tribute concert
"The Library of Congress in Washington honored musician Joni Mitchell on Wednesday. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. That's Joni Mitchell singing at her own tribute concert, courtesy of PBS and the Library of Congress Gershwin prize for popular song. Annie Lennox James Taylor Herbie Hancock Cyndi Lauper and legacy were among those who performed in tribute as Mitchell accepted her prize, Graham Nash says Mitchell dealt with childhood polio and more recently with an aneurysm, but she still going strong. To see her come back, I'm singing again. I'm playing again, is incredible. I mean, talk about resilience. The concert will run as a PBS special on March 31st.
"march 31st" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Anthony Alvarez. It's really important that final decision maker that with whole opinions but not swayed the investigation. One of the airlines Copas Independence is really important Body cam Video of the 22 year old shows police officers chasing Alvarez the night of March 31st in the Portage Park neighborhood. According to police. He took out a gun, which turned into a confrontation. Officers told him to drop the weapon before he was shot several times, Brown says. In light of recent police involved shootings The department is weeks away from implementing a new foot chase policy. Delivering his first joint address to Congress President Biden outlining his $2.3 Trillion American jobs plan, which he claims will be the biggest of its kind since World War two how to pay for it his long promised tax hike on the wealthiest 1% of Americans. Stressing that his ambitious agenda but only raised taxes on Americans making over $400,000 a year to become a billionaire and a millionaire. Pay your fair share Well, a hopeful sign for the U. S. Labor market is a BCS Aaron Khutor Ski tells US weekly jobless claims continued to fall Last week, 553,000 Americans filed first time claims for unemployment benefits lower than last week's revised number and the lowest since mid March of last year. The pace of layoffs has dwindled and there was a burst of hiring last month and a sign that may continue. The U. S economy accelerated at a 6.4% annual rate in the first quarter. Gross domestic product. The total output of goods and services was boosted by a decline in covert 19 infections and an injection of government spending. Meantime, a vaccination past could be coming to Chicago for certain events. Mayor Lightfoot yesterday's his details are still being worked.
White House: Russia Will Face Consequences if Navalny Dies in Prison
"National security advisor Jake Sullivan told CNN Russia will pay if Putin critic and main opposition leader Alexei Navalny dies in prison. We have communicated to the Russian government that what happens to Mr Navalny in their custody is their responsibility, and they will be held accountable by the international community in terms of the specific measures that we would would undertake. We're looking at Variety of different costs that we would impose. And I'm not going to telegraph that publicly at this point, but we have communicated that there will be consequences if Mr Navalny dies, so you've communicated that, But at the top there, President Biden apparently didn't mention Navalny in his call with Putin this week. He certainly didn't say anything about it publicly and his remarks on Thursday, and Russian state media is touting. This is proof that Biden has given up on the issue so Why isn't President Biden demanding Navalny's release? Or at least again, at least getting him a doctor at every single opportunity? Way actually have made the judgment that direct communication to the Russian government on this issue. Including both how we see it. How our allies and partners see it and what might unfold. Should something terrible happened to Mr Navalny? Should he looked terrible Things, of course have already happened to him, but should he pass away? We have judged that rather than just make general statements publicly, the best way to deal with this issue is privately on through diplomatic channels direct to the uppermost levels of the Russian government. Let me ask one specific question. Is the potential summit with Vladimir Putin on the table if Alexei Navalny passes away in prison. Not gonna get into hypotheticals in large part Danna because there isn't currently a summit on the books. It's something we're talking about, and that's some it would have to take place, of course in the right circumstances. In a way that could actually move the relationship forward, But I'm not gonna get into hypotheticals about when or whether the summit would likely occur. No Bonnie, who's had been on a hunger strike since March. 31st on Friday, described Threats to force feed him using straitjacket and other pleasures.
"march 31st" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
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"march 31st" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
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"march 31st" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"It ten thirty six time. Thanks for being with us here. Sorry topics just got me fired out today. We're not done with that little moss one either. That dude is a moron. Just i it's stupid to promote that that type of evil yvaylo dude from say noko now presented by the jeanine nine agencies. We're live from the auto collision specialist studios. I m tanner. Let's talk about something. More positive kevin schafer joining us. Kevin brings some positivity into the show today. because there's a lot of dumb stuff going on in the world there is but hey we have high school sports. we got basketball in the fold. We had ten great state championship games down in colorado springs couple of weekends ago and now now we're often running and season see. So that's the good news. I love it man. Thank you see. That's the positivity this is why kevin schafer joining program where mr positive today Kevin let let's talk about this this new season Volleyball of getting underway as well But let's start first with the football scene What are you seeing so far from From this this season where. It's definitely a limited number of of high schools participating. Yeah we have sixty schools across the state and they're they're spread over five classes so again. It's pretty thin as far as each individual classification or division but We're seeing some good football. I mean you have rifle and basaltic playing This weekend that's gonna be a big one They're they're situated in class three this year typically to a teams of late but That's a good rivalry out west. Last time they played was a couple of overtimes In the playoffs back in two thousand nineteen. So that's a good match up. And you have the faith christians of the world that are playing pretty well right now but most of this division is. We've talked over the past Tanner or teams. That have not had a lot of success over the years. The sand creeks the academy's cole. Ridge falls into that category You know northglenn range view those type of programs. That rare rarely make appearances in the playoffs. But this gives them a chance to make a playoff run possibly win a spring football championship and develop some success within their program..
"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
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"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Six has broken ground on the new toy and academy eight twenty nine now. Thirteen ten kfi k. A thirteen ten k. f. k. a. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision a specialist studios always look forward to our conversations with great folks from the east colorado and east colorado. Sp excuse me and Well today is no exception as boy. I'll tell you what they have a number of great programs and events on tap to help a small business owners we're going to check in with kyla bentsen associate director and business consultant with each spdc and talked about some of those events and programs coming up when she joins us at eight thirty five eight thirty now. Thirteen ten kfi k. Here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi k. A noko now is coming up next. A northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi k well. That's kind of what they do at the east colorado. Spdc they take care of business. And oh my gosh. From and events and meetings and opportunity perspective. April is going to be a bountiful month for the east colorado..
"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Congratulations in order for greeley evans. School district. Six as it broke ground on the new point academy eight twenty four now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten kfi k. A. dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios or confront piece out of the trip by an delaney. By the way this new twenty nine kademi will be the first non replacement building in the district in more than twenty years. And for bob tweeden well. There was no bigger significance to a brief ceremony in his family's honor On tuesday then seeing two young men among the crowd at the vacant land off of seventy first avenue in greeley my grandson's. A joe and steve are here from california. Said poynton following his remarks on a day when the greeley evans school district. Six broke ground for this new school. At the eighty eight acre property now the tweeting academy a pre engineering. It's a pre kindergarten through eighth grade. Building will soon occupy about thirty five of those acres while bearing the point. Name specifically for bob tweeden and his late wife betty the school district launching yet another another project approved with the passage of a three hundred ninety. Five million dollar bond in twenty nineteen recognized. Bob and betty twin during this thirty minutes ceremonial groundbreaking on well. It was a pretty cold and windy evening. The titans were longtime really resonates with a deep commitment to the city and the education. Bob was an engineer and his professional career after graduating from kansas state university making his affiliation with the school even more appropriate according to district. Six superintendent dr deirdre pilch betty toy passed away in july at the age of eighty seven now in addition to his grandsons bob point morris joined at the ceremony by his sons. Brian and bill tweeden. And brian's wife. Judy bob twain said it's the very kind of the committee. It's very kind of the committee to honor our family. It's a great occasion for us. It's a great honor to have a school name for us and we'd like to thank everyone involved now. This one hundred thirty seven thousand square foot school tweeting academy is designed to accommodate.
"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"How about that all right looking forward to those retirement years i like hanging onto your wallet this out of my cold dead hands. Yeah well bottom line. Is you need a plan. You need a plan that can react to all of this. I would say out of control spending. Yeah that's pretty much what it is but you need to protect those assets to the best of your ability. You need to make a plan a plan that can pivot when needed to ensure that when it comes time for your retirement. Viet well several years on down the road or maybe you got decades in the workforce to go the early. Start making that plan and getting it to work for you the better. That's why you need to get in touch with keith. Wineman presidential wealth management at his loveland office and can do that at nine. Seven zero seven. Seven six seventy five hundred keith. Whiteman presidential wealth management. Thanks so much. Seven forty six now. Thirteen ten kf kia sports story in northern colorado state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen. Ten k of k spring is in the air and that means high school baseball will decorate preps radio on thirteen ten. kfi k. It's been far too long. Since i heard hippie sabotage just love fifty sabotage fifty four now. Thirteen thirteen ten k. Fda dot com northern colorado s- voice morning to gail the auto collision specialist. All right. so we're working through the number of venues that are slowly costs asleep noon mentally Reopening their venues This year down red rocks. Amphitheatre and ryan kelly technical producer extraordinaire at the con. Well a bonafide official cool kid. I'm going through some of the Acts that will be at red rocks. And i said he ryan. Did you ever hear of hippie. Sabotage says to me. Yes why yes. I did and ryan. I'm sure that's one of your favorite bands. Five red rocks. Amphitheatre will reopen in april with a twenty five hundred person capacity. Let's see it's the electrode jam. Band lotus first big shows there on april twenty third and twenty fourth of workfront piece by john. Wentzel out of the denver post now. They're able to reopen. Red rocks is in april with that twenty five hundred person capacity thanks to that variance that allows it to operate outside of the states of covid. Nineteen rules now. No official date was given on the park social media posts again. It has been closed to large scale events for most of the past year in twenty twenty. The venue was only able to host. One hundred and seventy-five person concerts from classical ensembles like they colorado symphony and some local acts due to all of the covid nineteen restrictions in case. You're keeping.
"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"The president's two trillion dollar infrastructure plan. It's scheduled for two twenty mountain time again to twenty mountain time. That infrastructure plan will include two trillion dollars in spending over the next eight years proposed increases in corporate tax rates from twenty one to twenty eight percent a ten percent increase in the payroll tax. That's for everybody and increase in the capital gains tax rates that could impact your investments. Could even impact your 401k. Nancy pelosi says it is predicting it will pass the house by the fourth of july. But that's the easy one then it has to pass the senate and the senate will take it up in october. That's a long time to be talking. About and fleshing out and projecting impacts on average americans of a tax rate hike there could be changes markets. This morning the dow industrial average up eighty two points the at thirty three thousand one forty one the s. and p. Five hundred up fifteen at three thousand nine hundred seventy four and the nasdaq up. One hundred twelve now at thirteen thousand one fifty seven yield on the ten year this morning back down really to one point. Seven two down from one point. Seven seven that fourteen month high yesterday and the day before west texas intermediate sixty dollars and seventeen cents a barrel. Now if you have not received your third stimulus check the. irs says. Don't worry you don't need to do anything except wait more or less. Yeah just you.
"march 31st" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Drop me a text on our thirteen ten. Kfi a tech sign by the way. If you've been part of our texting family for quite some time know how much we appreciate hearing from you. And your thoughts your insights. Your perspectives always appreciated. Nothing has changed for you. You can just keep texting the way the way you always have. But if you're new to are texting cohort. We got a new number for you. Nine seven four seven eight thirteen a one and the first time that you use that number just at kf koa to nine seven. Four seven eight. Thirteen a one. But i'm all twitter once again as opening day for the rockies tomorrow and finally will be allowed back into chorus field for the first time since a twenty nineteen now i'm working out of Piece by kyle newman in the denver post and as of press time a last night. Let's say this was updated last night at eight forty. One p am tickets were still available. Now there's this capacity variants loved the new terms that have entered our lexicon right capacity variants of forty two point. Six per cent obviously The showdown against the dodgers gonna feel a little bit different. But at least we're going to have something other than stuffed animals and cardboard figures in attendance for the first time since one thousand nine hundred nineteen so this capacity variants of forty two point six percent. That is twenty one thousand three hundred and sixty three of fifty thousand one hundred and forty four the opener. Needless to say against the dodge dodgers is going to feel somewhat different for fans used to packing the stadium now despite the attendance limit again as of last night there were still tickets available for the game as cheap as fifty bucks through the team's officials side as well as through those various secondary market sites. Now tickets are being sold to in pods of two three or four fans not allowed to sit in front behind or on either side of each pod. New normal each pod. We'll have a designated entry gate and all tickets for.
Eviction moratorium extended to June 30 by the CDC
"Remind you that 90 Day extension of the federal Army of the eviction moratorium has been an accident. A B C's Karen Travers has more in Washington. With the details. CDC has extended the federal moratorium on evictions of tenants who are unable to make rental payments. The moratorium was set to expire this Wednesday. March 31st CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky today signed an extension through June 30th. The CDC said in a statement that the Cupid 19 pandemic has presented a quote historic threat to the nation's public health and keeping people in their homes and out of crowded living situations like homeless shelters by preventing evictions is a key part of containing the virus.
Ban on renter evictions during COVID-19 pandemic is extended
"Is extending its national ban on evictions through the end of June. The CDC says preventing evictions and keeping people out of crowded settings is a key step in stopping the spread of covered 19. Moratorium was scheduled to expire March 31st and they were experts who are worried that a spike of evictions would happen if the band wasn't extended, the Census Bureau says about 20% of renters said they couldn't pay rent to the month of March. During the pandemic, at least 43 states, the District of Columbia temporarily prohibited evictions at some point, and that is also true here in San Diego and California.
Washington to expand Covid vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and older by May 1
"Million people will soon become newly eligible to get the cove it 19 vaccine. This includes people 16 and older with two or more underlying health conditions. Everyone age 60 and older as well as restaurant and construction workers. This new phase starts Wednesday, March 31st governor, his laces all adults will be eligible. Starting May 1st
All Adults in Washington Will Be Eligible to Get Vaccinated May 1
"State, confirming another 960 new cases of covert 19 an additional 14 deaths related to the virus as compost. Brian convert reports. The state has also confirmed when everyone can get in line for the vaccine. If you've had a near on governor Inslee, this announcement is more of a formality. After all, he said last week, he would follow guidance from the feds and make everyone age 16 enough eligible for the covert vaccine. On May 1st. He waited longer than other governors, he says. For good reason. Governors look great when they just say everybody's eligible for the vaccine. But it's one thing to be eligible for that vaccine, and it's another to actually be able to get it usually must now be more confident in our vaccine supplies. The State Health Department confirmed yesterday that yes, may 1st is the date any chance that date could be moved sooner Doubt that because we do need to get these folks who are most at risk today, and we have to consider that on March 31st less than a week from now, Another two million state residents will qualify for the vaccine, which means Another two million people will be vying for those hard to get appointments.
Washington to expand COVID-19 vaccine eligibility on March 31
"Will be eligible for covered vaccines March 31st, and that includes restaurant workers who tell Khyber seven TV a second that we got those notifications on our phones. All of us were like super excited manufacturing and construction workers are also included, as well as people with two or more underlying health problems and anyone over the age of 60. Over vaccinations began
"march 31st" Discussed on WTOP
"Biden is extending a ban and housing foreclosures. The moratorium had been set to expire on March 31st, but it's been extended to June 30th. The White House says more than 10 million homeowners air behind on mortgage payments right now the action does not However, address a federal moratorium through the end of March on evictions of tenants who've fallen behind on their rent. President Biden will be in Milwaukee tonight will answer questions at a town hall meeting It's hosted by CNN moderator Anderson Cooper will ask some questions. Audience members will ask others. Thea Vantage set to get underway at nine o'clock tonight. States air getting federal help to stem a tide of fraudulent payments for pandemic relief more on that from federal news networks, Tom Taman the Labor Department doles out 49. Million dollars in grants to 27 states to help them build systems and staff up to prevent fraud into programs, pandemic unemployment assistance and pandemic emergency unemployment compensation. Since the first pandemic relief package states have seen hundreds of billions of dollars in fraudulent claims. Labor officials say criminal networks constantly renew their strategies to evade anti fraud efforts. These Air Virginia, Maryland nor the district are among the first round recipients. France did go to several large states, including California and to the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands. Tom Taman Federal news Network. Up ahead here on w t. O P A deadly tornado hits a seaside town in the south. It's 8 37 Here's Eric Benner and ace director at Oracle and Vice president of Enterprise Transformation ATM ethics on this special bulletin Review and Enterprise Cloud conversation sponsored by Oracle and Ethics. We know they're going to do open source and there's a lot of value there. Look it Oracle, look at the technology they do with open source and keep open source open. Don't get stuck into proprietary wrappers around open source Putting you back into the 19 seventies style proprietary environment where you're locked in and you can't move..
"march 31st" Discussed on AP News
"The cause of the fire is under investigation. I'm Julie Walker. The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March. 31st. Bureau officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be re written or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines and 2022 primaries may have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire. Washington The Census Bureau again delays the delivery of data used to redraw congressional and legislative district's across the country. The first deadline for the Census Bureau to deliver redistricting data was March 31st. Bureau officials at first put that off until the end of July because of the pandemic. Now it's the end of September. The data includes counts of population by race, Hispanic origin, voting age and housing occupancy status at levels a small as neighborhoods. It's used to draw voting districts for Congress and state legislatures. The delay will cause a chain reaction. Some states will miss their own legal deadlines requiring laws to be rewritten or asking the courts for a delay. Candidates may not know what district they would live in by the filing deadlines and 2022 primaries may have to be moved, but not the general election that November. Tim McGuire. Washington There are calls for the governor of New York to resign after his top aide admitted they withheld information about the number of covert deaths among nursing home patients. Secretary to the Governor Melissa Derosa, on a call with legislators this week said the Cuomo administration froze over worries the actual number of nursing home deaths was going to be quote used against us. After the Federal Department of Justice demanded the information recently, the state was forced to admit the death toll. Was 15,000 nearly double what it had been reporting in January, Governor Cuomo tried to defend the lower numbers. It's not about Pointing fingers of blame. It's that this became a political football and said where the person died in the hospital or died in a nursing home. It's The people died. Republicans are accusing the governor of a cover up and want him to resign. Even some Democrats want to rescind Cuomo's emergency executive powers. I'm Jackie Quinn after media requests, pressure from the Trump administration and finally, a court order, the Cuomo administration was recently forced to admit nearly 15,000. People died in nursing homes of covert 19 about double what was reported the secretary to the governor, explain this week they froze. With concerns that information would be used against them after the federal Justice Department in August demanded the information. Lawmakers from both parties are blasting the Cuomo administration for the secrecy secretary to the Governor Melissa Derosa, on a call with legislators this week, So the Cuomo administration froze over worries The actual number of nursing home deaths was going to be quote used against us after the Federal Department of Justice demanded the information. Recent Leave. The state was forced to admit the death toll was 15,000 nearly double what it had been reporting in January, Governor Cuomo tried to defend the lower numbers. It's not about Pointing fingers of blame. It's that this became a political football and said where the person died in the hospital or died in a nursing home. It's The people die. Republicans are accusing the governor of a cover up and want him to resign. Even some Democrats want to rescind Cuomo's emergency executive powers. I'm Jackie Quinn. AP News FOR Friday.
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"The second Trump impeachment trial, the House has had more time to keep writing up that nearly $2 trillion covert financial aid plans. Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says this week's impeachment trial of former President Trump is not slowing down efforts. The past the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure our committees as we speak. Both in the House and Senate are working on bold covert relief that the American people need. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she wants a bill done by the end of this month. That includes a $15 an hour minimum wage of provisions that could run afoul of Senate rules. Using a budget process to approve a plan without Republican support on Capitol Hill. Jared Halpern Fox News had a Valentine's Day this weekend. Some cities are easing dining restrictions like New York City, Portland, Oregon and Chicago. Chicago restaurants began expanding capacity yesterday, allowing up to 50 people per floor, or 25%, whichever is less as the city points to lower Corona virus cases, though the restaurant industry, says 25% Capacity isn't enough. We want to help the mayor. We want to help the city states safe, but we've got to save these restaurants from going out of business. It's a dire situation. Roger Romanelli with the Fulton Market Association in Chicago, argues that other businesses are allowed higher capacities. So for restaurants, the city says it would need to see three consecutive days with the average number of new cases below 400. Jeff Mon. Also Fox News. If you're going to get a tax refund this year, today is a big day you can now file the iris will start accepting 2020 returns about two weeks later than a year ago. On Wall Street, stock futures are falling. So are most markets overseas. The day after the NASDAQ and the S and P 500 both rose to new record highs. Dave Anthony, this'd Fox News If someone wanted to make up the perfect example of why we should listen to chaos. Suppose Rush Limbaugh, they might create the following trouble is this really happened? I want to take you back to this program March 31st of last year we're in the midst of a lockdown and I am scared to death. This just can't go on. We cannot go on like this for months. We're going to destroy the country. I couldn't go on this way and yet New York, Chicago, Portland, Seattle, happily telling people that they can't go back to their businesses. Here's Andrew Cuomo Governor, New York Monday in all that, we simply cannot stay closed until the vaccine. It's critical mass. The cost is too high. We will have nothing left. Open. Oh, man, We must reopen the economy. But we must do it smartly and.