21 Burst results for "Mike Lynn"
"mike lynn" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"With mike lynn ben owner review. The last twelve years worth of snp. Five hundred annual returns counter cherry. Picking way sort of show that were yes by the way. I tweeted this yesterday and someone goes. Oh so i see. You didn't include two thousand in there. There's a reason for that war on all right. Two thousand nine twenty six percent two thousand ten fifteen percent two thousand eleven two percent two thousand twelve sixteen percent two thousand thirteen thirty two percent two thousand fourteen fourteen percent two thousand fifteen percent two thousand sixteen twelve percent two thousand seventeen twenty two percent two thousand eighteen the only down your down four percent two thousand nineteen up thirty one percent two thousand twenty up eighteen percent two thousand twenty one so far up eighteen percent more. Okay you want more. I want bigger more returns. Not gonna listen to the nasdaq one hundred. Two thousand nine to two thousand twenty one real quick fifty five twenty three eighteen thirty seven nineteen ten seven thirty. three down. ten basis points was one down year that her up thirty nine up forty nine and up eighteen so four nine four and the nasdaq is obviously way better. Thirty nine forty nine eighteen. The denominators fiat so yeah. Divide by the fed balance sheet and were as montiel's. What's your point. Is this the best stock market environment. We are ever going to live through could they. That's possible right. Oh is this as good as it gets. Honestly i would say greater than fifty percent chance at yes. I think there's like an eighty percent chance. This is the best marker and when i put this out on twitter to people and i said is this the best millennials ever gonna get. A lot of people came back and said well great. This is awesome on. You didn't have any money so they couldn't take advantage. I would counter. That was saying she's not true. I don't think so either in. Obviously you had the two thousand and two thousand eight period where stocks were down four out of nine years and almost all of those losses and calendar your basis. We're double digits. You had twelve percent loss in two thousand and one twenty two percent laws in two thousand two hundred thirty seven percent loss in two thousand eight so obviously this last period made up for that awful nine year stretch or whatever it was how much money the millennials have in two thousand eight zero dollars. Apparently that's what people are telling me but you could make the case if the next ten years from now is awful or sideways or whatever we have a few crashes that is a better environment for millennials to be saving than the current one. We're stocks have gone up a lot. Because millennials are still going to be nuts saver so i am the oldest money on the world at thirty nine eleven months in two weeks or whatever it is. I'm counting down to forty. I still have time until i need this money. I still have whatever twenty years to save for retirement. Twenty five years at this point a stock market crash would be a good thing for us even if markets go sideways and do nothing for ten years for me as a net saver. That's a positive. So that's almost a better scenario from lonzo's then stocks just going up if we do get another big stock market decline. You could already see the headlines. Now about millennials. Getting screwed there was. I was just talking about this late. Show festival where. There was an article in the times a few weeks ago. The high was a struggle for the millennials with the subtext. If you're in this generation you face to financial crises before age. Forty i guess they count the last one this one and you probably have the depleted or zero retirement fund and higher debt to show for it. Really these are two quotes from the articles. This kind of pissed me off because this is screaming for headline clip. I mean this is nothing in here. According to a survey released by in december fifteen percent of millennials said they had taken an early withdrawal from 401k compared with ten percent of genetics and four and baby boomers all right. I mean that. That big of a catastrophe i mean certainly for the fifteen percent that is but to represent an entire group of people in distress. It's just it's not fair and another one. They find a person to zero in on and they said that she skeptical that any social safety net will be intact at all by the time she reaches retirement age. Here's a quote with way. Social security is going she said and especially this pandemic. I don't think it's going to be there in thirty to forty years. A lot of the retirement has to cover my own legwork. otherwise i'll be working on dead. I mean come on. it's just nonsense. Yes some people have it rough but some people always have it. rough millennials. Don't have it worse than any other generation and in fact you can make the case of thanks for pretty okay for us from a generational thing. It just has tickets. Because you're talking such generalities especially someone who is twenty. Five right now versus. Someone who's forty aren't completely different stages of life certain people you could argue that the tails now. You could always find much worse on the left tail of people doing really bad because they made decisions. They thought they were supposed to make any all the student loan debt and it did them and now board this topic already. Yeah okay. Another crypto weekend out of the insanity. There was a huge gain on a sunday for apparently no reason reading the yahoo finance. They were just push back a little or there declines for no reason i mean oh yeah of course there are no but we need a reason for everything i just love. Well i mean if cryptos up twelve percent in two hours on sunday. It's funny to me like so you read. What happens to the stock market on yahoo finance after like a down sixty basis points air up sixty basis points and they give you the reasons love in. It's like the fed said this. So stocks fell but with crypto. It's even funnier because the gains are bigger but so they had this profile in the new york times recently about the guy who founded f teac. So he's been on a few more podcast and stuff lately. This sandbank men freed and the guys like twenty five. He looks like your typical silicon valley. Guy his hair's all messed up. He has a hoodie on and mismatching socks. Whatever with tvos. But he's worth like twelve billion dollars or something and they talked about the leverage being used on t. et finance and bit max and some of these places that aren't even in the us yet in some cases so they talk about that one hundred twenty five times leverage that you could use and i think once this came out all these places that okay if we're ever gonna be in the us and get big and be okay with the regulators to limit it so financing. Fte ex decided. We're going to put a ceiling on this leverage. Now you can only use twenty times leverage about here and it was just hilarious. It was it was a scenarious to me that okay twenty times like all right. We don't have totally blow themselves up. So let's just let them lever up twenty one out one hundred twenty five times to one. That seems reasonable. I don't know anything about the breakdown of people taking advantage. And who's using this much much. I can't imagine that many people using one hundred times or even twenty times you will blow up thirty seconds. My point is that there obviously is more leverage here so that these huge moves like we see an eon. Must we go. How the hell can that move so much. It moves a lot because people are levered in either direction so he tweeted out a tweet about why they did this. And he said the average leveraged us and fda is two times so it's not like people are being overly aggressive at. That's still seems like a lot. But he says. Fda way less than one percent of volume.
"mike lynn" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"Really want to focus on under land. Which is your your newest book And also i think a book that people are discovering in this country in in a big way which has been exciting to see That use that as kind of a focal point to also more expansively explore. How you're thinking accumulated way of seeing the world and experiencing it rolls around inside you. And i feel like that also does find expression in in the writing of land so And it's always. It's so interesting to see how. I think you said it this way some in another interview that your body of work. The gradient of your body of work has been tending down because she began writing about mountain mountains of the mind. And then there were the values in moore's in wild places and then there's traversing the world on foot in the old ways and now you have gone down to the world's beneath our feet and you said we know so little of the world's beneath our feet i think just naming that not something that we even think about how little we know of the world's beneath our feet they. They are dark places in in several senses. That a sometimes say to my children. We walk on this thin above this raging space of life and matter in an oil its vibrancy and and fury and we knew nothing of it. site stops at our toes. It's tops at ground. Level in sight is so bind up with with with with modern ways of of of knowing we. Can i say alien unless we can look up and see literally trillions of miles. We can see light coming from starr's across the universe across the galaxy but we looked at and we we can't see beyond the grass or the tomczak
"mike lynn" Discussed on Artwork from C.P.
"I believed my mic. That's collecting dust yes it. Does it cost five hundred bucks. I my and i'm hoping that my house going gulbuddin. Dad gave me that night and he even though he wanted my bucks more than he supported my podcast. He at least gave me lead quick to do. They announced well and so because My laptop now And because The old system that i have My my laptop. Otherwise i would be using so now. I'm looking i told you guys. This bridget's way. I'm looking for new. Mike lynn into unongo. That punks indo my commuter. And if it doesn't happen it doesn't happen but now was these new laptops you're going to love to buy the dunkel pieces and give them with new laptops and Because of how. I acquired acquired this laptop for my birthday. I got to my fault. I got to ask for the dogs and Because i i could. Bowl don't gross. I don't wanna do that. But if you buy a laptop you have to buy dog with a little bit different although pc's getty than downfield don't goes by now. I know max have dogs but so okay. We got the tech stuff of was we got the sharing of the podcast of the west. And now my next step is to like. And we've you the podcast in apple podcasts. And now you can't do this online tuned. You need to do it on the phone. I know the And i know i'm eliminating. The invited us is outrageous typical. Point way. I know that because i am i'm recoleta of and by and i might have a.
"mike lynn" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"O. arcade a Mike Lynn that is a great American patriot is traveling the country at its own expense to support a president a commander in chief let's talk about another Mike you you've mentioned to a friend of mine is a friend of yours he served our country on honorably he was director defense intelligence agency served in Afghanistan so do numerous combat positions as a miniature intelligence professional what happened to Mike Flynn he confronted those same people who have broken our system into he confronted them he confronted them years ago about what was going on and they went after him with a vengeance let let let's unpack this so he there was an overarching there now to the Obama administration that everything's going fine with al Qaeda Mike Flynn said no it's not and he spoke out also when he took over the defense intelligence agency from his time in Afghanistan he realized the way we do the corporate culture of how we do military intelligence was broken and he was going to shake that system might throat to fix it to make us safer perhaps that was his first since it was and I think like like many people who know him well and who knew what was going on inside the department of defense he had enemies with it enemies within the D. I a and especially within the CIA and would you wanted to formulate his own basically it would be like having their own case agents within the TIA almost a con a competitive nature to the CIA that was it the CIA was gonna break him they didn't want him doing that and remember it was Mike Flynn Mike Flynn who was saying what's going on here in Afghanistan after eighteen years now eighteen years but back then he was saying we're not sharing intelligence we're not winning this war we're not doing what we need to be doing here and they just were gonna have none of it so I want your listeners to understand one thing that when Mike Flynn started to talk to Donald Trump and around two thousand fifty thousand a hundred title but apple been pushed out by Obama I remember talking to him days after he was pushed out by Obama but in two thousand and fifteen that's when people like John Brennan and others inside the G. O. D. there years started to go up and they were so concerned and this is this is what I believe based on the evidence that I have seen that the real beginning of Russia gate or this bombing J. was with Mike Flynn is Mike Flynn understood the system he knew what the system was broken and president trump Hatem right by his side as the time went on and he became a part of the campaign and then obviously became the national security adviser they needed to get rid of Mike play became the target the proxy target exact Donald Trump exactly because why because he would know where to look the unmasking the violations at the CIA the violations inside the FBI NSA which she was very familiar with and Mike became a target number one because they thought if they could get rid of Mike Flynn and then make my clean look like he's a traitor because that's exactly what they tried to do and that was with the help of Stefan helper in in one in the UK he was the American professor working in Cambridge and the spreading of lies and rumors that actually targeted Svetlana look Koba who's a researcher in Great Britain and I've spoken to her many times about what happened here with her and Mike we we we have to go through with the cemex segment we told us are cut would have to we have to go through because maybe some of our listeners don't appreciate what.
"mike lynn" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Arcade a Mike Lynn that is a great American patriot is traveling the country it is an expense to support a president a commander in chief let's talk about another Mike who you've mentioned to a friend of mine is a friend of yours he served our country on honorably he was director of defense intelligence agency served in Afghanistan so do numerous combat positions as a military intelligence professional what happened to Mike Flynn he confronted those same people who have broken our system into he confronted them he confronted them years ago about what was going on and they went after him with a vengeance so let let let's unpack this so he that was an overarching there now to the Obama administration that everything's going fine without Qaeda Mike Flynn said no it's not and he spoke out also when he took over the defense intelligence agency from his time in Afghanistan he realized the way we do the corporate culture of how we do military intelligence was broken and he was going to shake that system might throat to fix it to make us safer perhaps that was his first since it was and I think like like many people who know him well and who knew what was going on inside the department of defense he had enemies within enemies within the D. I a and especially within the CIA and would you wanted to formulate his own basically it would be like having their own case agents within the DIA almost a con a competitive nature to the CIA that was it the CIA was gonna break him they didn't want him doing that and remember it was Mike Flynn Mike Flynn who was saying what's going on here in Afghanistan after eighteen years now eighteen years but back then he was saying we're not sharing intelligence we're not winning this war we're not doing what we need to be doing here and they just were gonna have none of it so I want your listeners to understand one thing that when Mike Flynn started to talk to Donald Trump and around two thousand fifty thousand a hundred title but apple been pushed out by Obama I remember talking to him days after he was pushed out by Obama but in two thousand and fifteen that's when people like John Brennan and others inside the D. O. D. their ears started to go up and they were so concerned and this is this is what I believe based on the evidence that I have seen that the real beginning of Russia gate or this bombing J. was with Mike Flynn because Mike Flynn understood the system he knew where the system was broken and president trump had him right by his side as the time went on and he became a part of the campaign and then obviously became the national security adviser they needed to get rid of Mike Flynn became the target the proxy target to exact Donald Trump exactly because why because he would know where to look the end masking the violations at the CIA the violations inside the F. B. I. an essay which she was very familiar with and Mike became a target number one because they thought if we could get rid of Mike Flynn and then make Mike Flynn look like he's a traitor because that's exactly what they tried to do and that was with the help of Stefan helper in in one day in the UK he was the American professor working in Cambridge and the spreading of lies and rumors that actually targeted Svetlana look kova use a researcher in Great Britain and I've spoken to her many times about what happened here with her and Mike we we we have to go through with the cemex segment we told us are cut would have to we have to go through because maybe some of our listeners don't appreciate what.
Teens on screens might be a good thing
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by ultimate software dedicated to putting people first with innovative solutions for h._r. Payroll and talent management learn more at ultimatesoftware dot com ultimate software people first. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by the michigan economic development corporation evan lyle of rush enterprises is a big fan of michigan again as he put it. The future of mobility is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why that's p. L. a. n. e. t. m. dot com. It is quality not quantity that counts was as up writing about screen time and adolescent mental health from american public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed kim in for molly. Would it feels like we're constantly bombarded with new stories race about how screens and technology are destroying our kids. Mental health turns out though when it comes to adolescence those negative impacts of screen time may be overblown own. Mike lynn johnson is an assistant professor of psychology at the university of north carolina at greensboro. She led a team that did a longitudinal study following up with a group of students over a couple of years asking how they're using tack and how they're feeling then they collected more than thirteen thousand observations on hundreds of those kids ads and the results were pretty different from a lot of the familiar headlines when it comes to kids and screens i would say i was a bit surprised but our findings are actually quite consistent. Stint with an emerging body of literature was suggests that these correlations that have been observed between technology mental health are actually quite small and those small effect sizes. Perhaps we're gleaned from the earlier studies when not all teams were using technology to the same degree in today's day and age where the vast majority of of teens are pretty digitally connected. It looks like it's more normal for teens to have a lot of engagement online and that perhaps it's not linked with negative mental health outcomes and there there are also some definite positives associated with screens and time spent online yeah so the broader literature has recently suggested that teens who are most needing support actually go online to get it in the form of social support or maybe searching for information about their mental health difficulties and actually in our study one one of the few significant findings that did emerge was that those teenagers who were the heaviest tax messengers who spent the most time messaging actually eight reported less depression than those teams who were less frequent tax messengers so that might mean that perhaps teens are using in these online tools so like text messaging and that it's serving as a strength a source of social support for instance you as parents we do have some tools rules to establish you know parental controls over what our kids are doing and seeing is that a good answer is being oversold. This study would suggest us that parental controls are based just on time so like the number of minutes that your kid can watch netflix and then it shuts off automatically. I don't know that that's going to be you. Are magic bullet for helping kids use technology in a way that is pro social and aids in their development if the parental controls were more nuanced johnston got out. The quality of what kids are doing online. Maybe but i don't know how effective those are at this point. I think my advice for right now where the technology's -nology stands is that it's important for parents to talk to their kids and that that doing the legwork is probably a better way of making sure that your kids stay safe and using technology in a way that's helpful not harmful to them rather than relying on a new technology that we're not quite sure yet how it works. Mike lynn johnson. Listen is a clinical psychologist and research psychology at the university of north carolina at greensboro. She suggests spending time with your kids watching the youtube videos they like or you even playing fortnight with them. Yeah they'll beat you but you can ground them for dancing over your corpse and now for some related links all about screen time you can judge for yourself how much you should fred over them. The guardian reports on how many the u._k. Teens are adhering to recommended daily activity guidelines. There are three get at least eight hours of sleep exercise for at least an hour and spend less than two hours looking at screens. What percentage of teens achieve all three less than ten percent. The exercise wants the real killer how why do american teams fair. I don't know i was too afraid to look especially considering. I myself fail on each of the goals. The independent is a story. That's a fun read trade. Even if i am a little suspicious of its scientific merit a survey polled a thousand nursery workers most of them believe screens are hurting kids creativity. Here are some relevant numbers fewer than half of them report that children at their daycare's have imaginary friends and seventy two percent of nursery workers say imaginary friendship is down from five years ago. I say who needs imaginary friends anymore. Hey siri. Let's go play in the magical forest. Sorry i couldn't find in the magical forest in your music. Never mind finally the website helpline has a story that tries to correlate teenagers i- problems with increase screen usage figure they quote says thirty five percent of thirteen to sixteen year olds needed glasses last year. That's a seventy five percent increase from twenty twelve. It says kids is are more susceptible to damage from light as a possible solution. The article suggests light blocking filters. You can put on your kids devices choices. I'm jed kim and that's marketplace tech. This is a p._m. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by intercom intercom. 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"mike lynn" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Hot they've got a ten year warranty what gives you a ten year warranty nobody does and he's offering the greatest discount ever on TV or radio because you all my listeners go to my pillow dot com two of the Michael premiums the sixty nine ninety eight that's only thirty four ninety nine each if you use the promo code Gorka G. O. R. K. A. call eight hundred eight two nine eight four six eight eight hundred eight two nine eight four six eight well my pillow dot com with the secret code goal could G. O. R. K. A. so Mike in the last two minutes we have with you let's get it on record right now once more your not running against Bill ham mom now but in the future if you felt it was god's will you would get even more involved in politics to save this nation yeah absolutely I'll do whatever whatever it takes to get done to get us to keep us from the palace were going on and you know one of the things I want to say in that ties into some other news today I decided to pre sell my book called my what are the odds from crack Kelly to CCO this is coming out right now that's coming out when September ones are coming out what is coming out is coming out this fall but I but you can buy it not Mike Mike Lindell book dot com and I'm gonna tell you I need proceeds from that because I'm launching a Lindell recovery network and I'm large in the field and it's gonna help addicts around the country Kuwait canceled thousands of jobs if ties group agreeing with the president's albeit bell so you're not you're making money out of your incredible story you'll creating the centers to help other addicts L. absolutely that's what god yeah it's part of my heart I mean even sell publishing this book so I can even get the papers all the money can go you know that's what the money the extra by going to help addicts were on this country and that is a revolutionary platform that's going to change everything is a game changer your your story that you've told on my show more than once is absolutely incredible from a a drug addict two one of the most successful CEOs in America today he is Mike Lindell the inventor my pillow follow him on Twitter at real Mike Lindell one V. two elves and the the website is Mike Lynn dell's book is that correct Mike windows book dot com yep you can get up there.
"mike lynn" Discussed on KTRH
"Click there and it says send Mike Lynn Email and you just send it on. All right. To get started as we always do courtesy of executive producer, Chad opponent knocking the week in review. I had an opportunity to do that wing dance, thing wing gliding or whatever can you imagine? I don't trust a kite. I don't trust kite, and I'm standing on the ground. It's not the jump that kills you by the way. It's the sudden. Robert Buller speaking to the media about his report, I'm Russian interference in the twenty sixteen elections, comments or his first, and Robert Muller says, they'll be his last if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said, so Muller's statement was yet. Another continuation of the we don't think Trump should be president. We don't give a damn whether the American people. Roger. Everybody thought you was dead. Learn about me. Eighty two year old doctor to check on you. That's comforting. What I do. He might not know they've invented penicillin. Not be aware of. It's going to be Ramon list of the five greatest love song. Please remember the rules because we do not follow the rules, I get very upset and my blood pressure have been having blood pressure problems again. I don't need that today. Okay. Loves a woman at last, but Etta James Elvis's. I can't help falling in low these arms of mine by Otis, and the righteous brothers, unchained melody, Nathan, go ahead. Jones if one boy one girl by calling. Harto that I know good. Ron, go ahead, take off Etta, James and put on someday. We'll be together. Is this hard for me to take somebody from the psychic hotline seriously?.
"mike lynn" Discussed on KTRH
"Com. Click on sin Mike Lynn Email and that'll come directly to me. Make it short and pithy. And if you would at the bottom sign your name. And the high school, you went to the high school's mascot and the year. So for me, it would be a bit of advice. Blah, blah, blah. Sincerely, Michael berry. Orangeville Bob cats class of nineteen eighty nine that's just fun for me. And if you're not in the greater Houston area, and one of our terrestrial markets where I would recognize the community if you would put the town that you graduated in so that bit of advice that you got from teacher mentor pastor grandparent, whoever that was share that little bit of advice. Or maybe it's some advice you wish you had received, but you didn't, you know, I'll tell you I've been reading through the advice from our listeners today, since these have been rolling in and. What's interesting is how many of the bits of advice, do not relate to the traditional things you would expect people to tell a graduate. But instead they focus on. Saving money. And I think what happens is I'm forty eight I wish I'd saved more money when I was younger now I do. But when you're younger, you don't think of that, right? I can remember blowing money on a car blowing money on vacations blowing money on the stupid stuff that we that. I love to travel. And so I spent a lot of money on travel, and I have no regrets. But do I wish I'd saved more earlier? Yeah. Because then it compounds it's just been interesting for me to see it's not that you're exploring someone's regrets. But you are, you are picking up bits and pieces of their advice as to what they wished they'd done differently. I'm not sure that a person who saved money from their first job all the way through, and now has a packet in the Bank. I'm not sure that person thinks, in terms of boss. Save your money. As much as the person who didn't do that, because that person thinks to themselves, you know, I got whatever it is fifty thousand one hundred thousand in the Bank, and I got ten more years to work. And you know I had a goal of having eight hundred thousand I'm just putting in numbers. It depends on the person I had a goal of X amount of money, and now it's going to be hard for me to get there. And that's going to mean I have to work longer than I intended to and everything that goes with that, that's the kind of thing you don't think about until you've passed some of those earning years. I have a very good financial advisor. And if anybody wants a recommendation on one, I'm happy to forward, you to my guy racing goods, and he and I talk a lot about strategies and compounding. And, and. At what age you should start saving and how much you should start saving. And what he advises young couples and what he invites he advises older couples, I don't think we spend enough time in the school system learning personal finance. I think we would all be better to learn more aspects of finance, and most people when they go to college are never gonna take a college level. Finance course a college level accounting course. And those are the sorts of things that are going to be at the core of what you do buying a car buying a house saving budgeting, you know, it wouldn't be that hard to teach those things in school. But I didn't learn it in school. And I bet none of you did either, not in the basics of every person should learn that my brother. Was as longtime sheriff's deputy. And one of his postings was in jail. Remember jail is a short term incarceration prisoners long-term, but because the state prisons were overcrowded they had to keep the, the prisoners, instead of sending them to the state prison when they were serving their prison that keep them in the county jail. So it was affecting prison that he was working at, and he decided, you know, somebody's guys, they don't know the basics. They're getting arrested again. And again, and again, and they most of them never had a father figure. They've never learned the basics of sex, Ed. They never learned the basics of personal finance, and he said, look, I'm not a genius, but I can teach them the basics and what was amazing is. He started with the checkbook. Now this is been fifteen years ago. So it's check who uses the checkbook anymore. Right. But at the time the idea of teaching inmates how to. Manage checkbook, teaching them how to fill out a check and manage a checkbook to know what you had in your.
"mike lynn" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In a box or in your closet somewhere. And you're wondering how much it's worth. Well, he can give you an appraisal. Michael is a professional appraise appraiser in the world of sports memorabilia, and you know, we always have them on usually at the beginning of the baseball season. And then at the end of the baseball season baseball season just started. And so we thought all right. Let's get let's get Michael in here. And we'll talk about sports memorabilia, and what's happening at his website baseball on the dot com. And then of course, if you want to call in and we'll open up the phone. Lines in just a few minutes at three one two nine eight one seven two hundred you can text us or call us with a description of your the sports memorabilia, and Michael will let you know how much it's worth. And we'll give you all the details on that. It's always fun to have Mike Lynn and again, three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talk and text with any and all of your sports memorabilia questions if you're wondering what's something's worth? We can give you an appraisal over the air so three one two nine eight one seven two hundred phone number. We are speaking of collections. We're going to talk about some of the most expensive sports memorabilia items of all time. And then people who have just like weird collections. Just weird stuff people collect a lot of weird stuff. And I think you might be surprised at just how weird some of these collections are so we'll have that weird collectibles. We'll be talking about as well. And then we'll tell you about some things that you're doing wrong there, are there are things that we do that we do in life that we're actually doing wrong, and we'll we'll tell you how to do those things. Right. So that's all coming up on the show three one two nine eight one seven two hundred phone number for talk text any of your sports memorabilia questions that you have. And of course, you.
"mike lynn" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Maybe a little unexpected we've been talking to Michael for a few minutes. Congratulations on Ohio, and and the near miss in the UAE derby. Thanks for having me on. And while this is quite a force hammer. Fiqh the white man in Wellman that the dubious for some right there. Thanks for. Aaron I wanted the first thing I want to do while we have the chance will visit about the horses in a second. But I do with the unique opportunity to have owner trainer together to bounce off each other Aaron your your overview growing up on the west coast and spending a lot of your formative years enjoying the racing here. Your thoughts about where things stand at Santa Anita. And where we're gonna go from here. Yeah. Look, we're absolutely positively in crisis mode at the moment. There's no other way to put it, you know, I don't really wanna put a damper on on this radio show or anything like that. But that's the reality that we're dealing with. And you know, Michael, and I grew up in southern California. This is this is our old stomping grounds, this is where we learned apply. Our trade where memories were made. And what really created the passion for the game. And to see us where we are. Now is really disheartening. And it's quite frankly scary. You know, Mike Lynn is pads have crossed starting in southern California's is young guys and certainly not professionals by any stretch imagination in the industry. And then, you know, Michael, of course, began to cut his teeth in the training round and our careers have run someone. Parallel paths, although in different occupations on the training side being in the partnership business and ownership side. And you know, when Michael decided that it was time for him to hang out his own shingle and comeback, California..
"mike lynn" Discussed on WTVN
"Love your children and be there for them. It's very important that you get a blood test for hepatitis b. So you can take care of yourself and protect your family. Hepatitis B is common among Asian-Americans. If you and your parents were born in Asia, you may be at increased risk for hepatitis b. And I promise I will get a blood test for hepatitis b loving. Your family starts with caring for yourself. Talk to your doctor about getting tested today daughters. The best. This message is brought to you by the CDC. I'm Mike Lynn, and you're listening to community profile you can establish healthy habits year round to prevent flu and other illnesses practice good health habits, eat a balanced diet, including plenty of vegetables, fruits and whole grain products. Drink plenty of water and go easy on salt sugar alcohol and saturated fat exercise regularly thirty or more minutes of physical activity most days of the week and help boost your immunity get plenty of rest sleep is shown to help your body fight off illness. Try not to touch your eyes nose or mouth germs are often spread this way, stay away from people who are sick as much as you can if you get sick, stay home from work or school wash your hands keeping hands clean is one of the most important steps you can take to avoid getting sick and spreading germs to others. And if soap and water are not available using alcohol based sanitizer decline hands and when using an alcohol based hand sanitizer apply the product to the palm of one hand rubbed hands too. Rub. The product all over the services of hands and fingers until the dry. These are very simple steps, but very important. Still ahead. This morning. More information to help you with your finances, your home and more stay there. We'll be right back. I definitely feel like the words veteran and homeless should.
"mike lynn" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Degrees. Sunny skies in Boston at one thirty the AccuWeather forecast. Calls for a chilly start to the week things. Warm up though as we move along towards the weekend. Good afternoon. I'm Mike Lynn WBZ news. Here's a look at what's happening. Turned away from medical center for a while. After a water main break on the same block today. The water main giving way near Washington and kneeland street causing water to gush into the streets and affecting the medical centers water pressure causing it to drop the hospital says though things okay now, the water main repairs continue this afternoon, Democrats and Republicans I call an attorney general William barred make the fullest possible disclosure about the special counsel Robert Batas report on the investigation into Russian meddling and alleged collusion with the Trump campaign during the twenty sixteen presidential election. CBS news update Washington awaits the Berlin of a summary of the special counsel report, which is expected sometime today. Democrats say it's imperative to see the full report New York Representative had came Jeffries on CBS's face the nation. We don't want to say simply crib notes. We don't want to see an outline. We don't wanna see an executive summary. We need to see everything. So that the American people can draw conclusions on their own special counsel. Robert Muller is not recommending any further indictments, Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz yesterday. The Muller report was the end all and be all it was going to be the salvation for the Democrats and destroy President Trump. Now, you can already see the Democrats pivoting away. So okay. Well, we need to do other investigations. It's gotta be someone else. It's gotta be this southern district. You got to be the new York Attorney General he spoke on CNN, President Trump is at his Florida golf club today. He has not spoken or tweeted about the report CBS news update. I'm Wendy Gillette. One thirty two on WBZ ABC's chief White House correspondent Jonathan Karl tells us about the White House's response now that the special counsel's investigation is complete. There is a clear sense of relief that there are no more indictments for all of the speculation after twenty two months of investigation. Not a single member of the Trump family was charged with everything. But while there is that sense of relief is a cautious sense of relief. The president's legal team is keenly aware that there still may be damaging information in the Muller report damaging information, particularly on the question of obstruction of Justice. Keep it tuned here to WBZ for all the latest on this still developing story, you can remain in the loop on everything that's happening both on the free iheartradio app. And on your smart speaker, just say, hey, Alexa, play WBZ NewsRadio on iheartradio. Isis being driven out of its last piece of land in Syria by US-backed forces. But the group remains a threat that assessment from retired marine General John Allen, they're still of these folks that are unaccounted for. And I think that what we will see in both Iraq and Syria in the succumb will be extensive mop up operations to try to eliminate those elements that have gone to ground that will organize sleeper cells. And so on to continue the attack general Allen speaking on CBS is face the nation. WBZ? It's time for traffic.
"mike lynn" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And it's ready when you wake up on the weekend edition. We will bring you some of the best stories from the week. In the more interesting stories of the week was that of the first marijuana Breathalyzer that we're gonna be getting it's being made by California's startup called hound labs, and while drug testing can tell if someone has used marijuana in the last several days to weeks, none of these things can actually tell if someone has just smoked or is currently. Hi, this Breathalyzer aims to change all of that. We spoke to Aaron Broadway, and she's a science reporter had business insider to talk about is behind it. And where law enforcement is going to be trying. This all out behind is a company whole town lab, they're a startup they're based in Oakland, which is actually right in my backyard, and I live in Oakland as well. They've so far raised quite a lot of money for this device, which is going to be the world's first marijuana Breathalyzer a device that also measures alcohol marijuana Breathalyzer and alcohol Breathalyzer the race thirty four million from all sorts of people dick wolf, he's the creator and executive producer of line. Order snap dropbox. We work. They're all providing money to this. And the CEO of this is a man named Mike Lynn if anybody was going to do this. It's him. He has such an impressive resume. Feel that he's worked and has been touched by the cannabis industry. Tell us a little bit about Mike Lynn surprise, the fee that I actually got to sit down with them and talk with him about the device, and when I look into his background. I was like, wow. If anyone is going to create this marijuana Breathalyzer. Yeah. He would definitely be him. His background is he's an active sloppy member. He's a reserve deputy sheriff. He's a professor of emergency medicine, and he also a former biotech venture capitalist. So he really has worked in every single field that you could imagine it's been touched by cannabis legalised definitely that's gonna play a big role here. Let's talk about the device now and its practical applications first off we know how tough it is to detect. You can do a blood test for marijuana for THC in somebody's blood system. But this has to do weight testing somebody who's smoked recently, basically, your high now, and you're impaired, and you can't be driving. But everybody has a different tolerance to it. How can you tell if somebody is? Is too high. Let's talk about that. I because there was no clearly defined legal limit for driving after using marijuana. Right. Exactly. So there are so many things here as you probably know there's tons of drug pass out there that can tell if you've used marijuana in the last few days, maybe feel months, but there's no device out there yet. But if you use marijuana in the last couple of hours cannabis actually reaches its peak concentrations in the brain and body roughly two to three hours after you smoke. It's pretty short window there, and this device allegedly can detect PHP in the breath, the Breathalyzer you actually blow into the device, and it can tell if you smoke in two to three hours a pretty big deal. There's no other no other technology out there that can do that. When I talked to Mike Lynn, the founder of the company he said, the two years that kind of nail down because the the central problem here was at present in the breath, but in such low low low concentrations that it's really hard to detach. The what they spent the last couple years doing with our technology is trying to get it sensitive enough to detect. I think the vaping are smoking would probably be similar what this device probably will not be able to cover are edible, which also increasingly popular. And then there's another issue that you brought up earlier as well that I think is really important, which is of device tell if you have recently and us telling us, and then the second question is can it tell us if you're impaired because you may have smoked, but you may not be severely impaired and the science on impaired driving under the influence of cannabis is pretty thin. It's very very early stages. I mean, you have some studies that suggest. Yeah. People who smoke and drive are incredibly dangerous other studies that suggest well people who smoke and are very experienced user marijuana. No, they're tolerant, and so the the kind of comparative thing that I like to make here is with the hall. You have a tolerance is Harry set point. Oh, eight you blow a point oh eight or above that. And you're legally impaired with marijuana. We don't have that yet. The impairments are slow reaction time and motor coordinate. Issues with attention and decision making. How does the marijuana the hound labs marijuana Breathalyzer actually work they have patents on the technology? But what I was able to discern from them is that what they're doing. If they created this device, they're being a little about the technology because they want to protect it from other people infringing on their invention. But essentially, they tested the technology against what's known as a mass spectrometer, which can look at the bottom of a certain drug in aerosol. They're essentially thing like against the gold standard of a mass spectrometer this detect THC, and they have to clinical trial that they have not shared publicly quite yet. But one of them suggests indeed that they can do that. And they blow into a device for roughly a minute. I don't know how many people can blow into for a full minute. And then the device returns a positive or negative result. So yes, you have smoked within the past hour to whatever whatever it is. But it doesn't deliver reading on concentration like how much. So it will tell you. Yes. Or no you smoke or you have not. But it won't say oh you smoked a little bit. Oh, you smoked barely anything. Oh, you smoked a lot. There's already people that want it now, and we'll be testing doing some pilots has who has going to be using it right away. He told me with an undisclosed division of one person was going to be shortly and a pilot project, but other groups. The tree that represents. I think around forty thousand construction workers in California, and that's an interest because when I talked to the person in charge there, he said, you know, if we drug test for marijuana right now with the test that we have we have no workers because a lot of workers a lot of people. But what we need to prevent people from essentially prevents people from smoking on the job. We need a tough. That says okay, you've smoked in a walk flowers or your high Erin, Broadway senior science and tech reporter at business insider. Thank you very much for joining us. Yeah. Thanks for having.
"mike lynn" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Yeah. It's still pretty early. We actually go into dinner after this. So we we went age making. We went there at like two in this is like eight now. Okay. And we've had like one drink like seven different that's enough to get you a little little tired. And you're certainly like you're in additions are gone. We're like lounging. I remember I was saying like this Ross. No, one can see me Ron read very posture. Yeah. Yes. My posture was was extremely that's how I sit all the time. So I can't judge. Yes. So anyway, we see we're sitting there hanging out. And the the Uber has arrived. So Mike Lynn gets up and walks out and the other Caitlyn as we're seeing that we realize Randy Travis is saying in the lobby like ten feet away from basically, and we're like should we talk to them? Randy's there. I don't wanna talk. To them like he's just he's in a wheelchair. Like you have to ask. Hey, Randy what happened or like? Well, you know what? I mean. It's Randy Travis. He's okay. Well, I knew that he had had a stroke a couple years ago. Okay. That he had been in extremely poor health. He had also had several rather dramatic run ins with police over the years one where he was naked and one in a church parking lot where you're gonna fight with somebody. It's there's no issues. Great mugshot. See what he does. He went through a rough time. And then had recently had a stroke within the last two or three years. I was not aware of the stroke that obviously cancels out me saying, yeah, he got in some like, I think he was a country music hall of fame or a hall of fame of some sort. Okay. And people were like blown away that he was he had been in bad health. You've been in the hospital for several months. It looks like he almost died. Yeah. Like almost died, but he managed to to make an appearance in wheelchair. So when I saw him in a wheelchair was like, oh he's in. Terrible health. Whatever damn. Yeah. Okay here. Just people a quick update on what happened with him back in twenty thirteen. He was in a hospital for viral cardiomyopathy had a viral upper respiratory when you go viral and Twitter, I think it's different. And his condition was classified as critical, which means he was, you know, close to death, and then three days later, he had the massive stroke and had to have surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. So this is something he's been recovering from for for years and years, and you don't ask people in wheelchair. Why wheelchair? Just was kidding? I knew that he had been in some issue. So take I take back on my also didn't want like kill up to him. But as relieving my girlfriend walks out the front, but I see the other Caitlyn like stand up and just start walking towards Randy Travis on my own. Yeah. It's happening. It's happening. So I took some photos of her. I've get some candidates, and then she walked up and talk to Randy skip calling Mr. Travis, but talked Randy Travis wife who was incredibly nice. And of course, I walked up behind now. I've got gotta get my photo to. We walk up behind and and he she was very nice, and she was like he's my wedding song. And she started crying and Ono. Randy did not speak. But he did like perk-up we'd been watching him for like ten minutes at. In the lobby and like, he wasn't really moving. His wife was very sweet and was like rubbing his back. But like he was just in his back was to us. But he wasn't like speaking or being animated. See, you know, the moment mobility, lift will the moment we walked up, and she told him the story. He perked up. I did not hear him speak anything, but he put his hands up and shook my hand and was like and smiled and was like they're excited to to have a moment like those. That's cool. So that was that was quite nice. The photo that I've been posting on his grandma now on Twitter is I it's a photo with me and Caitlyn with a K and Randy Travis. Yes. But you've brought her out because like it's she's like emotional and having a real moment that I'm just my face Israel forward. And people are like what you do. Randy dirty because he's in a wheelchair. Bigger..
"mike lynn" Discussed on Doublestruck Stories
"Smart fans are hanging out leading these famous people come and go, but that lobby was filled with brokers, and I said to my Clinton I said now if I'm a superfan. Do I come to this hotel and try to buy tickets office someone like you right now? He said, yeah. Siri you could do that. And you actually watched a couple of fans buy tickets from him. He said, but it's dangerous because you don't necessarily know who you're interacting with. It's just like doing a cash sale with the street scalper. Right. You don't know who you're working with in less. You can get there bonafides. And in his case, you know, he spent some time explaining who he was his clients would come up online and he did a credit card sale. What why we were sitting there watching him? But he even like Littman cautioned that you know, that may not be the way to go about getting tickets. So wish vote, Mike. Littman is in the others around there. What are these guys do to protect themselves academy feel safe with their walking with ten thousand dollars? Yeah. They've got serious security. You may not see it. But they've got every one of them had a head more than one or two planes close acuity officers walking with them. And I don't mean to say officers in terms of police officers Frawley they could have been off duty police officers. They're very careful Littman, for instance, fairly ever actually had the cash on who's on his body. I mean, it is it's a cash business. I was very conscious of it. Because I realize there was a lot of money moving around this room. So. Yeah, I mean, it it made me uncomfortable. Tell you that it's very rare that you see that many one hundred dollar bills being passed around. But they're smart. They know it they all have security and so. While there was so many of these complaints that you found it seems that Mike Lynn who gave you that access is he is he in the minority or not like as he seems like while he's the ticket broker like using these nontraditional ways to acquire these tickets. He seems that he has some sort of a code in a way where he would never he's not going to offer to sell something. He doesn't know that he has. Well, he he says I actually asked him that he says there in hundreds of ticket brokers out there. I think number he gave me was there about eight hundred ticket brokers out there that he works monks and vast majority of those ticket brokers are are good guys here. They're there to deliver their tickets. Because they've been doing it for years and years and years, and the reputations or staked on the fact that they need to deliver these tickets he said every so often, you get a handful of folks that don't deliver and give them all of that name that being said, I think in twenty fifteen even some of the best well-known ticket brokers just ran into all kinds of trouble because twenty fifteen was the rear year, whereas more and more time went by ticket prices kept going up what we found in recent years is the trend generally speaking is prices will go down the closer you get to game day because demand is falling. And they've got tickets and they want on load 'em. It's just like it's just like street scalping..
"mike lynn" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Help. And again, thank you. Don't sing any time where the president is gonna. Just say okay open up. The government will talk about the we'll talk about the border later. But once it gonna come to from the patriotic chronicles, do the Democrats really want to start the next American civil war. Because that's exactly what it's starting to look like on Friday this past Friday, January the eleventh democratic Representative from California, Mike Lynn took to Twitter to share his threat against President Trump. If he declared a national emergency to pay for the border wall. Wish you said if at real Donald Trump, declares a national emergency the pay for his border wall. We will fight him in congress in the courts and in the streets. Really just take in the streets. It's for real. Ninety points out. We know how violent liberals in some of those snowflakes can get when they don't get their way. And you would expect as you would expect Mike Levin is another one of the new representatives in the house who thinks they're above everyone else in everything gets say, and do whatever they want. Just like the others that just started the job. Now, the tweet apparently has since been deleted. But not before a lot of people found out about it and responded to it. There was a lot of mockery. From other Twitter users users, even NRA spokesperson and former Breitbart writer and host of the blaze. Dana Loesch had her own words to say to Representative Mike Levin. Yeah. Fight in the streets. Really? Another democrat that wants to dim disarmed us is preaching. He will fight in the streets. Make the move. Rolling toward news update time, they went on to say that it's one thing to disagree and debate an issue, but to threaten street violence against the president of the United States of America. That's that guy should be in jail. It goes beyond irresponsible. And they they wanna talk about Donald Trump not rising to the level of being presidential. This is some of the crap we've now elected into the house of representatives. You put him right up there with Alexandria Cortes. Right. Twenty nine past the hour..
"mike lynn" Discussed on Jokes So Funny
"I'm Mike Lindell, the inventor, this is my new favorite person. Let me describe Mike Lindell for you for a minute. Wisconsin native mustache that comes straight out in nineteen eighty six and a collared shirt that's button up with a cross that is very conspicuously pointing out of the top of it. Like, he definitely pulled out this cross necklace out of his shirt. So he would look more religious to old people and let me add a little bit more onto that description. Okay. So his blue button down shirt has just disliked assed lake sheen to it. So it's a little shining. Yeah. And I would say he looks like he could be in Fargo. Oh, you do. And then also while he's making this pitch to you. As to why the the mattress pillow topper, my pillow mattress topper is going to change our life. He is clutching that pillow and still like somehow talking with his hand, he's clutching at all Madonna and child. Hey looks like the Virgin Mary holding Christ in his hands. That's what makes like oh. Maybe it saying like this is how you put it over your spouse's face when they start snoring. Your spouse will never Schnorr again because you're gonna put it over his nose till he stops breathing. And then you're going to have to go out and flying two guys. One of them's going to be Steve's shimmy to help you get out of this little pickle. You got yourself. You can keep your car dealership running you really get the problem after route. The route at the weeds. I always say pain heartful pillows can react. So anyway, Mike Lindell, owner of my pillow on he has this clinically patented pillow or what the fuck? Yeah. I guess you're right. You know? It isn't a catch. He's become part of our family getting a Christmas card. Dammit. Mike Lynn does the best you'd I love him. He's he's awesome. He's got that cross on. So, you know, he loves Jesus that's always a plus. He's trying to make sure people's next don't hurt anymore..
Pot Breathalyzer: California Company Creates THC-Detecting Breathalyzer For Safer Roads
"Is weekend addition from NPR news I'm Scott Simon The group Nexium says its mission is to quote raise human awareness and. Celebrate what it means to be human based in Albany it's attracted wealthy. Clients over the, years and promised personal and professional development. But federal prosecutors say the group is a criminal enterprise several members, have been charged with sex trafficking, racketeering and other crimes and, this includes the group's, leader Keith Rene and Allison Mack the actress last week four more women were charged and fluting an. Heiress to the Seagram's liquor fortune for. More about Nexium we're going to turn to Vanessa Gregorio she's been. Reporting on. The group for the New York Times. Magazine this Gregorios thanks. So much for being with us thanks for having? Me, so what are what are they promise which alluring well Nexium on the face of it is one of these intensive therapy outfits. That offers courses maybe. Last a. Weekend or several days twelve hours. A day very wealthy. People were involved in this rate you. Could spend too Eight hundred three hundred thousand. Dollars on. Their classes no problem they claimed that. They could help people. Overcome childhood trauma, a divorce by integrating? Is what? They, called it those experiences into their lives and they were using a form of hypnosis to help people see their way through these, terrible events in their. Lives and. It worked for a lot of. People by many accounts Yeah and, I mean? It's it's tempting to see if there any illusions? I, guess both, with s and let's say even Scientology do you see any I think this is squarely, in the tradition of on, self help, and certainly there's, a secret side to, it much like. Scientology where we are, now learning that there were some things going on in. This group that were. Extremely unsavory like what according to, the federal, prosecutors in your, own reporting. Well you know it's clear that the, group was demanding fealty not only to the ideas that they had but also to the leader, Keith Ranieri middle aged guy lived in. New York. All his life they called him vanguard and they believed. He was some sort of all being so behind. The scenes there was also, a lot of you know he had many many girlfriends and in the last couple of years he was using some. Of the women in the group to bring other women too His bed with what we think are pretty coercive tactics which, of course of tactic the women claimed to, other women that they could kind of move more quickly down their personal growth path if they joined this women's only international, self help? Group there was a man who is involved in. This, group and, it was the leader heath who knew much of what was going on he was in, at least one case if, not more, those women were, coming to his bed, and he was. Then seducing them additionally, of course the New York Times Brooklyn us that they. Were branded with a. Symbol that looks kind of like, a hieroglyph, indeed they actually, were his. Initials k. and r. and women were, not told that how how does this boorish in reprehensible behavior become sex trafficking sexual The argument that the prosecutors are making is that there, was coercive sacks here that. Some of the women were actually acting or specifically Alison math this actress she was coercing women into having. Sex with him and that she was indeed kind of, a Madam where she was bringing in these women and she was also getting some sort of financial benefit within the group from Keith. Himself to financial reward for sexual favors, financial reward for sexual favors exactly even after these charges, the group still operating well they've. Closed, down all, of their classes you cannot go to them anymore and try to work out your problems but even after the. News, came out of the New York Times about women being branded at least one hundred members stayed with the group they think that they have not Done anything wrong, and they believe that they'll be vindicated. Vanessa Grigory Addis contributing writer for the New York Times Sunday magazine thanks. So much for being with us thank you Scott police across the country are growing concerned, about stoned drivers behind the wheel thirty states and. Washington DC of legalized medical marijuana Nine of those plus the district have legalized recreational pot one California company now says it's made a major breakthrough in creating. What some thought of as a kind, of unicorn a marijuana Breathalyzer NPR's Eric westervelt has our story in, his downtown Oakland office Mike Lynn hold his creation in the palm of his hand device about the size of a large. Mobile phone with a small plastic tube and a slot for. A cartridge this is this, is a disposable cartridge. And there's a whole bunch of science in this in this Partridge but Lynn is not some, pipe-dream Stoner inventor the entrepreneurs also a. Practicing, ER, trauma, doctor in an active swat team medic he's seen. Firsthand sometimes devastating impact of drunk and. Drugged drivers. The CEO of hound labs the scientific device company he founded slips a new, cartridge into the pot Breathalyzer since starts to blow Indicator Barr show whether the machine detects any THC the psychoactive, component in pond tools now, on the market to German marijuana use tests blood saliva or urine. Those devices can take days for. Result and they can't tell whether a person has smoked a half. Hour ago or eight days ago THC dissolves in fat so it can stay in your body up to a month, after us but Dr Lynn says his company's device detects whether someone has smoked, pot in, the last two hours what's considered the peak impairment window it accurately does that he says by measuring the mere presence of THC molecules in parts per trillion in. Your breath and that's in contrast to, alcohol which is parts per thousand THC is something like a billion, times less concentrated than alcohol that's why it hasn't been done before because it really is hard the company hopes to have. The Breathalyzer ready for sale by early next year a handful. Of police departments including Boston, plan to work with. Hound labs to test the device starting this fall for law enforcement there issue Is trying to figure out who's potentially impaired versus hey. Who somebody who smoked maybe yesterday, is not impaired they're interested in it providing objective data for them at the roadside just. Like they have for alcohol but a big problem there's still no. Scientific or legal consensus on what amount of THC equals functional impairment that matters, to the courts only seven, states have set basic legal guidelines as to how much THC in. The system makes you dangerous behind. The wheel Harvest a stylish dispensary in San Francisco's, mission district David downs. Does some market research Roma which is really scrumptious the California bureau chief for the cannabis news site lethally has. His nose in a jar of Indika dominant hybrid buds.
Driver accused of plowing into crowd at Charlottesville rally charged with federal hate crimes
"Vital issue of our time meeting more republicans must be elected in the upcoming mid terms to ensure confirmation of a conservative judge we have fifty one we don't have enough we lose one it's a very tough situation we need more republicans especially in the senate we have to hold the house and maybe even increase it trump says he is honor justice kennedy chose to retire during his time in office because he trusts trump to choose the right successor to carry on kennedy's legacy for npr news i'm daniel webster in fargo puerto rico's representative in congress has introduced legislation the same day putting the us territory on a path toward statehood as npr's greg allen reports it has the support of some key members of congress some influential republican support the bill cluding rob bishop chairman of the house committee that oversees puerto rico the island's representative in the house jennifer gonzalez says the bill follows two votes in the island one in two thousand twelve and another in two thousand seventeen in which plurality supported statehood statehood opponents questioned the results of both gonzalez's bill creates a nine person taskforce that would study the cost and impact of making puerto rico the fifty first state it calls for congress to act on the task force recommendations by twenty twenty one while congress deliberates on puerto rico's status the bill says the island would become an incorporated territory and residents for the first time would begin paying federal income tax greg allen npr news from washington this is npr news the suspect in a deadly attack at a charlottesville virginia rally is now facing federal hate crimes charges twenty one year old james alex fields of ohio is accused of killing one person and injuring many others by plowing a car into a crowd protesting white nationalism he's been in custody since the incident occurred last august the world health organization says a new drunk could save the lives of tens of thousands of women each year as npr's mike lynn do cleft reports the drug has been found to prevent excessive bleeding after childbirth here in the us doctors give women a hormone called oxytocin to prevent him urging but in many poor countries oxytocin isn't an option because it needs to be refrigerated now scientists at the world health organization say they found a way around this problem they have developed an oxytocin like compound that can be stored at up to one hundred degrees fahrenheit in a large study with nearly thirty thousand women the drug was just as safe and effective as oxytocin at preventing postpartum bleeding who publish the results of the study in the new england journal of medicine mike do cluff npr news german ship carrying two hundred thirty four migrants has docked at a port in malta ending nearly week long standoff at sea the ship's captain says he's being investigated for breaching maritime rules because he did not turn over the migrants to thirties and libya where they were found floating in dinghies offshore multiple agree to accept the ship after seven other countries said they would also take in migrants deemed eligible for refugee status this is npr news in washington support for npr comes from npr stations other contributors include visit saint petersburg clearwater home of thirty five miles of white sand beaches along florida's gulf coast and a daily sunset celebration on clearwater beach ninety minutes west of orlando at visit.
Boston, Bernie Sanders and Congress discussed on Real Estate Radio Boston with Rick Scherer and Ali Alavi
"The calendar but new englanders are bracing for some very summer like heat forecasters say temperatures in boston on monday could approach or even top the record of ninety four degrees set back in nineteen twenty nine for the day date humidity will be high as well making it feel much like triple digit heat across much of the region state police are investigating an early morning crash on route ninety three in braintree left a twenty nine year old woman did investigators say the top woman got out of her car on saturday after she lost control and struck a guardrail police say a second car then slammed into her vehicle pushing it into the woman and killing her the driver of the second car brockton woman was taken to boston hospital seriously injured bernie sanders son is one of the eleven candidates seeking the democratic nomination to run for congress in new hampshire but levi sanders is not getting the support of his famous father senator sanders says he doesn't like dynastic politics although he's proud of the work is son is done he says he's on his own i mike lynn wbz news what iraq kicked up on my windshield and cracked the glass i knew who to call new angle glass replace the windshield in record time plus they did all the.