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Dr. Leana Wen responds to Trump intentionally downplaying COVID-19

Skullduggery

10:06 min | 11 months ago

Dr. Leana Wen responds to Trump intentionally downplaying COVID-19

"Are now joined by Dr Lino, when Former Health Commissioner Baltimore and. Professor of Public Health at George Washington University Dr Wen welcome back to skulduggery. Happy. To join you always. So as a public health professional. What is your reaction to hearing the president saying he did not want to level with the American people about the severity of the corona virus because he didn't want to create panic. While I. The first thing that I thought about was my patients I think about now my patients who? Lost their lives I think about the patients I treated who survived but are living with long-term effects of covid nineteen will now have to be on dialysis who now president heart failure who have had strokes a nail cannot move a part of their body or cannot speak as a result. I think about all those individuals lost their loved ones. I also think about the physicians and nurses respiratory therapists and EMT's gotten infected because they didn't have enough people. In what it would have meant if they knew, and as they will know about how this all did not have to happen, and so it's just incredibly distressing and devastating to learn about all of this because frankly when you look at. What's been hampering our response the entire time it's the mixed messaging and part of. The commentary around us was well, maybe the mixed messaging is due to lack of knowledge or maybe it's due to incompetence. But as it turns out if this is deliberate and if it's there is a deliberate if there has been a deliberate effort to mislead the American people and the cost is people's lives. What does that really mean in just wanted to to respond to? Two. mikes question about specifically this issue of panic that president trump at the White House of what we didn't want to cause panic. We didn't want to have some kind of fear as as the as the response from the American people will actually the best. To fear is the truth. The best thing in the most important thing that the American people in any people want to known in time of crisis is the truth what is actually happening what do we know? What do we not know? What are we going to do to find this out? What are the actions of the federal government is going to be taking? What are things that each individual person can be doing right now and it is beyond shameful and so devastating that week, this could have been done but it was not yeah. I mean, you know these are this is what you do on a daily basis as a as a physician and a public health professional. It seems to me that if you tell people the truth if you tell them how to mitigate. You give them agency that is exactly how you calm people down. But I guess the bottom line question is, is there any doubt in your mind at all that by withholding information and not leveling with the American people that what? President trump did. Cost, significant numbers of American lives. Well, we have the research to illustrate this. We have modeling studies done here in the US that showed that if we acted even a week sooner, and this is back, we're talking about these at home orders and margin acted a week sooner we could have saved thirty, six, thousand lives. We have our own counterfactual in the form of other countries that took prompt that had a national response that had a coordinated messaging to the public, and we saw for example, the case of South Korean that had their first diagnosis of Cova nineteen. A first goes case of nineteen. The same day that we did that they have infections, deaths that are many many. Fold, less than ours. They have jets ranging in the hundreds versus we have them in the hundreds of thousands. We also know that at that time exactly as you said that we could have given the American people agency I mean I think about there's so many allergies to this right you could imagine if there were a hurricane or tornado that's coming. What you want to do is to tell people there is time there is time for us to take action this you can protect yourself and your family imagine if you find out that the government knew about this impending weather catastrophe didn't tell people visiting they didn't want to cause panic, but actually people died as a result of that. would be the outrage or imagine I always think in terms of clinical analogies. Imagine if a physician didn't want to cause a patient panic and fear but then withheld in important diagnosis bump that patience and by the time the patient found out it was too late and that she was going to die versus if they found out a few months sooner, their lives could have been saved I mean. Imagine that. That's the equivalent of what's happening here a doctor when I imagine you had a chance to listen to the tape conversation between Bob. Woodward and president trump what was going through your mind when you listen to that what part of that conversation shocked you the most. I think was shocked me the most was that president trump had a good understanding of the risks and dangers of virus from as early as February seventh. That he had a conversation with President Xi. Of China which is already another kind of bizarre moment because it seems like it was you know there's been a lot of blaming of China but seems like the Chinese president. Action alerted president trump to potential dangers but president trump was. Can't what these dangers are and was able to articulate how that this was something that's more dangerous of the flu that could affect young people to that it was airborne and therefore is extremely contagious that back in end of January, he was warned by his own team that this could be a once in a generation type of dangerous virus at a he understood it comprises it and could articulate back in. So I, think back to. all these press conferences that president trump has had since then where he deliberately it seems now downplayed the severity of the virus and that. Contrast is so jarring when I think about what could have been done in the meantime. That February seventh phone call with Woodward really leaped out me. Now, I do have to say that I do think it would have been really difficult to persuade the American public in February when the numbers were so low to take the kind of socially distance restrictions and lockdowns and all the other requirements that would have been necessarily would it would have been difficult to get the. American, public on board win. So few cases had been reported in the United States, but that said when you look at that February, seven phone call where trump is telling Woodward. This is more deadly than even your strenuous flew. This is deadly stuff which is precisely the opposite of what he was saying to the public five times more. He said five times more deadly didn't he? But I mean that and on that same day he's tweeting. To the world, I'm the you know the the corona virus would disappear. You know when the weather starts to warm and on March seventh saying no, I'm not concerned at all. It's not. It's that dichotomy of saying privately to Woodward. He thinks it's private because it's for a book that isn't GonNa come out for a while you know, hey, this is really deadly stuff while telling the public don't worry it's all going to go away. That's right now, I'll give you that same analogy for a weather atrophy. Imagine if the president or governor or some other leader knew about this impending catastrophe and is saying this acknowledging this in some private setting but not letting people know whose lives would be directly affected and for do something about it I mean this is. This is not a storm that's going to hit us no matter what we're all going to die I mean this is something that we could actually prevent by taking steps I do think that you make a good point about how difficult it would have been to get the American people on board early on when we didn't yet have diagnosed cases and no deaths in the US that's true but. For Two things one is that the federal government could have been taken that time to prepare and arguably had we gotten our testing capacity up the very beginning way now. South Korea and many other countries did. We probably. Have even needed these dramatic shutdowns. The way that we did eventually, we had to have these shells the point that we did because we had so much community spread and not nearly enough testing couldn't rate it in. If we had the testing, maybe we didn't need those shutdowns in the first place but the other thing too is because the president consistently downplayed the severity of the election, the American people were left wondering what do I do now? Who Do I listen to? Is this even so serious, I mean. We are seeing something as basic as masks as you both know it as we talked about being politicized, and so I think that is key to all this ad. We actually still have a chance to turn this around and I. Hope I'm not sure that this will happen but I do hope that the president. Takes this opportunity now and instead of defending his own past actions says it maybe this crazy wild dream that this could occur but I hope you'll say now. Dan. Here's where we are. This is extremely serious whatever happened to the past happened in the past but here's what we can do moving forward and let science and public health finally lead

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"mike questions" Discussed on WNBA Nation

WNBA Nation

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"mike questions" Discussed on WNBA Nation

"They already knew they were going to be playing the eight. Sieg Gad's guy who is still somewhat playing for some level seating, but a frontier purposes. Their matchup was pretty well lined up. They would have a shorter run playing on the seventeenth eighteenth. You assume there was going to be some level of rest this team essentially for at least their main position players rolled out there most traditional starting eleven close to it Steph lobby sat out. In Globe and other than that had crystalline starting. You had William starting head to be starting I. There's a lot of substances to why this move is made. There's natural that you'd think they would rest a lot of these players so that they're coming ready to go full bore the quarterfinals Mike Questions really simple, did North Carolina. Dirty or at least just in general, do dirty with the decision for who they were gonNA roll out for this final match up I. Think so I. Think it was unnecessary you. You have the number. One seed locked in I. Don't know we've we've seen teams that have tried to quote. Unquote. Manage minutes on, and how that backfired, but when you're in the top position. Position like the courage are it doesn't matter. You're not playing for anything now. I'm glad that there didn't seem to be any major injuries sustained to their players, but what if there had been I mean just in the previous match with Washington Houston? We saw Andy Sullivan down season ending injury. What if that happens to one of your key players? I don't see any reason why. Why they needed to do that. Other than to flaunt the fact that they are far and away the best team in the League, which I don't know, I would save that for knockout rounds. It was made, but I'm not Paul Riley that's his call. I felt it was unnecessary I. I yeah I. Think the only thing that me bring a little light to it, is they? They were coming off a full week. Break essentially from their previous match. Let writing well into the quarter-finals. You can almost two week layoff for some of those players. If they don't play in that match up, that said even if you have them play in that matchup, I don't think crystal done. Dena Smith meals and Lynn Williams need to play sixty four minutes in at A. A time win by that point. The game was all, but over I think I. Mean Yeah, it's only eight minutes in route from your last goal, but I just feel like almost immediately. After the bills over to me, there was almost no point in sitting a lot of those at least two of those for through the second half. It all and it's for all the. The reasons that you had said my you just run a risk that didn't feel necessary to run and against the Sky Lou team that while they've performed impressively in a lot of places over the tournament, really pulling out one of the weaker rosters of this entire lineup, probably on paper, the weakest of the four matchups that North Carolina had and then jumped into a you know. Know as you had already noted pretty much, bring all of their their weapons to the table. It just didn't see clearly right and listen. It is the decision of the team. They're allowed to do that and I. It's not sit here and say that and I often hate to do the moral victory discussion, but it didn't sit too heavily with me, because based on what was. was at stake. It just SORTA felt like for bragging rights. They wanted to be able to claim that they got a perfect twelve points that they went undefeated. They swept through verily round, so the essentially could notch that to their belt at probably wrong. That's just the VIBE I got for medicine I. Mean neither of us are courage fans, but I feel like this is. Maybe. That's why that's part of. Dislike the courage because there's not anybody out there. That could claim that they're not brilliant. You know like we saw the football that they had. They were incredible, but again this is the lowest stakes match. They've played yet in the tournament. The fact that you could roll out the suburbs of your subs, and you're probably still her favorite to win that match up and you have your seat locked in you. Have Your opponent lacked him? There's really nothing to play for on your end at that point and yet you still ruled out the heaviest artillery just and the. But I think a lot of it is. My respective team hasn't played over the last couple of matches. Your respective team didn't play earlier in the day. If you want to claim that there's little jealousy involved in it, yeah, props, but I don't think that's the full story from respect I. Don't think that's I mean. Yeah, yeah, there's there's some bias in there, but I don't think that's what's rubbing me the wrong way. The fact that they're successful because they've earned it, they're phenomenal. The thing that cracked me up a little bit. was that you know in the last three years? They've been by far the most dominant team. No question yet even today the interview with Samuel's that aired and I love Samuel by the way huge fan they were asking her. What the key to the courage is! Success was and she? She used the phrase dog. Mentality and I've heard that from Paul Riley so many times they have to stop using the word underdog I. I'm sorry I, just can't. Even I get what they're saying in the moment. which is you have to? It's that it's that common coaching phrase of act you know play like it's still zero zero right like always urgency. Oh, as play with that attitude, just coming from a team that's had. Had the level of success they have it is easy to feel like it's almost coming off condescending. Yeah, and yeah. It just rubs me the wrong way if they. If, they stopped using the you word then I. Think could be more on board, but all. That's sad. I mean this all wraps around the undeniable fact, the North Carolina the best team in this round and is an easy no doubt it throughout quarter-final that.

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2 Stocks Profiting from Rewards Programs

MarketFoolery

09:13 min | 2 years ago

2 Stocks Profiting from Rewards Programs

"Is there a publicly traded company that helps these retailers manage their rewards programs of often wondered about this but I don't have any idea where to start the research. Well you came to the right place Mike. What about this because he's right? We often talk last week on Monday. Full money we were talking about retailers and restaurant companies <hes> frequently the rewards program comes up there awards program is vital actually for the performance of a lot of great companies and as such many companies manage their own <hes> there are smaller non publicly traded companies that may help with awards program but there are actually two really big companies <hes> publicly traded companies that are really really doing well in the business of helping companies manage their awards programs. The first one I think is probably a company everybody knows but doesn't realize that they work in this space and that's shop affi- <hes> so shop affi- While obviously helping small businesses businesses with their e commerce presence there payment solutions they actually have really robust loyalty pro program management as well so a lot of these small businesses so if you're going online near buying something directly from a a producer of their product and you get loyalty email from them or sign up for some sort of program that is more than likely managed by shop affi- and it's been one of the more lucrative aspects of their business but also another company and my personal. Personal favourite though it doesn't get much love round here is actually a company called Stone Co.. I'd stickers S. T. E. and it's a Brazilian payment processor and they actually acquired a company called collect and they have a really innovative way of managing rewards programs what they do is they actually track credit cards so when you go into one of their retail outlets and you pay with a credit card on a stone co machine machine what it does it gets your name it gets your information and then it tracks how often you go oh. They're so. Let's say you go to a coffee store on your way to work three times a week. They'll track that you pay it the same card you buy the same coffee and then you know one week. I'm not really feeling coffee. You keep skipping what they'll do. Is they'll send you an email and say hey ten percents off your next purchase to reinstate advise you to start going back to that. You know probably bad habit of getting coffee three times a week bad. What are you talking about? One of the healthiest things you can do but I tell myself to. Although if you see how how much sugar and milk I put my coffee probably saying the opposite fair but the point being that there are lots of companies that are operating into space. I do think Stone Cohen shop a Fi are two of my favorites and they're kind of under the radar when you look at their loyalty program <hes> support court systems well and Mike Get something that we've talked about this with restaurants before where it seems like restaurants are now at the point where if you're thinking about investing in a restaurant one of the questions on your checklist should Eh. What is their delivery strategy? Do they have one. What is it? How well is it working et CETERA? I think Mike's Question gets at something that you know sort of cousin of that. which is if you're investing in a retailer? What is their rewards program? Do they have one. You know we we were talking before we started recording as speaking of coffee as a longtime starbuck shareholder in general. I'm obviously thrilled with how the business has been run for the last twenty years but for for a good stretch of time and we talked a little bit about this on Motley fool money the other day for good stretch of time there rewards program was bizarrely to me an a massive underperformer when I when you consider how big the company is how successful they the ban it is one of those habit forming things and so the fact that they were trailing so many different retailers and businesses in terms of the number of people. We've gotten this rewards program just said to me boy. They're doing this wrong that there. It seems like under. Kevin Johnson they're starting to get that right and it's a Predator member of that. Not all awards programs or loyalty programs were made the same so while it's true that starbucks really didn't make a concerted effort to robust improve their their rewards the program ultimately the quality of the people they have in their program is very different than allow the retards that they were being compared to so even if you look at D._S._W.. Or Lululemon are Victoria secret for instance. All of these companies are look loyalty programs that people just put their emails in when they purchase an item right that doesn't necessarily mean that you've made the decision to become an active part of their loyalty community and the vast majority of these people are just getting these emails that are being sent to spam and not engaging with them at all starbucks was completely different. You know when you order to drink at starbucks. They didn't ask you for your phone number or your email address the way they do at other retailers so it's unfair look at starbucks were royal loyalty program and compare it in terms of numbers to another companies that being said it was clear that they they need to do something to improve the number of people they do have in it because there's a lot of optionality there and I think over the past couple of quarters they've shown that they have been making strides and getting members into their program but it's important to remember that not all rewards programs are the same question from Erik Nord said you're right. I was wondering how y'all go about researching companies management. I understand certain cash flow metrics can be used to see how they are reinvesting paying down debt or paying dividends but other than that. Is there a certain website or some other resource to analyze management within a company <hes> great question because at the end of the day it's actual human beings running these businesses thousand exactly what I was going to say the best resources for analyzing manage it is actually actually yourself <hes> so you can always use metrics like the ones you mentioned but when push comes to shop I think we are the best judge of character as humans and when you're investing in a company you should be considering it like you're giving your money over to management because and essentially you really are. You're giving your money to accompany to allow management to spend it as they see fit so when you look at it that way the question actually becomes a little different. It's not about analysing management within a company on a general level. It's actually about evaluating tweeting their decision making skills their capital allocation skills so do you trust them to make the right decision with your money and and that's where things get personal because a lot of investors around here tend to think okay well. Insider ownership is a big you. A catalyst for that right management's likely to make decisions with capital that benefits themselves so they own a lot of shares. They're likely to make decisions that will improve shareholder returns while I like to see that our ownership. I don't like to depend on that kind of selfishness right to determine whether or not I'm going to get my money over so I WANNA see management actually simply not caring at all about the stock price. That's meaningful to me because I want to see that they're more focused about important things leading the company building a good company <hes> they built a good company. The stock price follows. It's not the other way around so I think a good example of management. That's really kind of exemplified. This is bringing up shop if I again but to buy his luquet so he's said numerous times despite the fact that he's a seven percent shareholder moroder he doesn't concern himself with stock price at all. He doesn't spend any time thinking about the only thing he's focused on is that customer experience at the small business experience on his platform so I trust somebody like that to manage my money. <hes> so I think push comes to shove to get make a long doc story shorts really use your personal judgment. Listen to them how they speak on earnings calls listen to their strategic planning moving forward and think do I trust this person to do what's best with my money. What other resource I'll just mentioned is youtube? I always find it instructive to see what does this person look like. What are they sound like particularly when they are in an interview setting whether it's clips of them on C._N._B._C. Your Bloomberg or on stage in front of a live audience I think you do you get a good sense of what they're like summer more polished than others and by the way that you know that can cut both ways I mean some CEOS can be polished to the point of being slick and not in a good way but you mentioned the earnings calls? I think it's always interesting to see who you know are they on the call and if so who else is on the call. Are they deferring to people. What sort of management team do they have around them because everybody has weaknesses and the great CEOS not only recognize what their weaknesses are but they build systems and teams around them to compensate for it? Oh I love that. Humans can pick up on aspects of whether it be conversations. Ends answers that numbers simply don't get and I will just add <hes> you know you kind of mentioned dividends share buybacks there when it comes on capital allocation if the best thing management can do is issue dividends or buyback shares you should be thinking to yourself okay what does management doing for me that no other company can do because anybody can take your money and then turn it around and buy back shares or issue dividends You WanNa see somebody who's giving some value back to US couldn't agree more listen to them. Get a sense of who they are as a person and then ultimately determine whether or not you trust them and how they spend their money

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"mike questions" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"You really can prime your mind. Meaning if you're being optimistic if you're thinking positive if you believe things can happen for you. If you believe that putting in the work is going to get your result that belief means that you then will actually go and take the actions that you need. Whereas if you. I believe that no matter how hard you work. It's never going to happen for you. Then you're never going to work and find out that it actually does work that if you put in the work, you can get better and having skills as alternately what is all about when your skills allow you to do things. Other people can't do then you can make magic happen in your life. But the part of the lava traction that's bullshit is thinking that simply thinking about it is going to make it happen. It is not you're not going to think your way to a parking spot. You're not going to think your way to a million dollars. You're going to execute your way to a million dollars. That's the reality. So you need both a positive mindset, you need optimism, you need to think the your energies and efforts will be rewarded. So that you then go put in the energy and the effort so that is absolutely critical. Now, you said that sometimes there aren't positive steps you can take. I literally cannot think of a single example where there isn't something that you can do to move towards your goal, even if it's falling in love, which should be the one that seems the most implausible, but the reality is first of all becoming somebody worthy of being. In relationship with which is the first step to actually getting the proximity in the intimacy that then can develop into love like that is certainly a step that you can take in the right direction. So even in something like that. I think there's always something that we can be doing so in your life don't ever allow yourself to believe that you're not in control don't ever allow you to believe that. There isn't something that you can do to make the outcome better to even just learn like if there's nothing you can do other than change the way that you think about what's happening to you fine. You can still change the way that you're thinking about what's happening to you. So you know, if you get into a horrible car accident and you're paralyzed. And there's nothing you can do to unparalleled yourself will first of all I would say that have you really gone and like avail yourself of all the research and started to figure out. Maybe you have the breakthrough insight that allows people to fix buydell injuries. I certainly one option you may say, okay, I'm not willing to do that fine. Maybe you don't wanna do that. Maybe that isn't the contribution that you want to do. But then you can reframe what's happened to you start asking yourself. How is this? Thing that I perceive to be the worst thing that ever happened to me. How's it actually the best thing that's ever happened to me is giving, me empathy? Is it teaching me something that I can then teach to others can lighten the burden of somebody else. Like in all of that, even that you can begin to take steps to actively change your mindset to reframe the incident, and that stuff is powerful. So I really believe there is always always always something that you can do to adamant him reframe the situation. And I think the vast majority of the time there's something that you can do to acquire a skill. That would be tremendously useful even something like love. Arthur Baynes, Mike question is about your specific food choices. You've said numerous times that you have your diet on lockdown. And you've mentioned that your current. You mentioned that you currently cycle on and off Kita genyk diet. Could you tell us more about some of your specific Goto foods? What are the things you eat every day? What do you grab when you were out on the road and need something quick? Okay. So I found this..

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"mike questions" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on WJR 760

"But but the pressure from number two on down. Steny Hoyer, and others were they're looking at this going. No, no, no, no, no, listen to the editorial board at the Washington Post get to the table and ask for something. You don't know what you could get. Because they may see it as an opportunity to reach even further and without the path to citizenship. You have no deal. Mike questions is the president go that far. Because you're going to ask for the you're gonna ask for the gold. Well, then if they want that then will the president said that I want fifteen billion for the wall. You or does he believe if he gets the five point seven even citizenship would not be would not be too damaging politically for Republicans? And again, not the end Golders, but people in the middle and Republicans. Where he says, look, we got something they got something. We all know that people will support if you look at the polls. Well, let me the more people support generally speaking, given giving DACA recipients at least permanent legal status. If you go the, you know, the full step on that the full measure on citizenship. Does the president believe that if he gets fight? Gimme the five point seven. Let me do the barriers where the border patrol says they need them. And we will talk about a path to citizenship. And you're you're gonna built in all these contingencies and qualifiers for that group, which you should anyway. And you're gonna have you know, some on the far right will be screaming. They're not gonna be happy. But they're still going to vote for Donald Trump and twenty twenty. With. I think few exceptions. And.

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"About thirteen thousand dollars left on a car that we're just really focused on paying off. So it's not a situation where we're going to sell it. We're just gonna be crazy about paying off which we have making double payments everything. So that the child and then the situation with my wife, she's gonna continue to go to school. She's going to end up having a master's degree and being either physician assistant nurse anesthetists. So, you know, the salary will go on my salary, and we would go up. I I work two side jobs. So I'm pretty much busy every day make an extra money, but our gross is eighty not counting those exercise jobs so much money in the Bank. Mike question prioritize, what's that much money in the Bank? I've got about forty ninth. Debt? That's correct. Right. Okay. All right. And so you're fairly new to our whole process. Then that one hundred percent, correct. I had the opposite philosophy of just always have as much catchy. You have. I just had that things -iety about like only having a foul. But I'm I'm new to the program, and we're ready to die then. Absolutely. Okay. Well, when we find out someone has a a pregnancy or a looming emergency like they come in and say, we're gonna lay you off in four months or laying everybody off in four months or something like that. When you have a looming -mergency, we stop temporarily what we call the baby steps and pile up cash until the event passes in this case till the bay becomes okay? Because big Pala cash is really nice to have in case something happened. Now, we're not intimidating anything bad happening here. But if if there was a hiccup, I don't want you have a thousand dollars. I'd like feed half. Fifty thousand right, right. That gives you a lot of peace with a new baby coming, and this is your first apparently. Right. It is. Super exciting slash terrifying. Yeah. So so big Pala cash is a good idea there. All right, okay now, and then don't start your baby steps. Baby. Step one is a thousand you have that accurate baby. Step two is paying off all of your debts with great intensity follows smallest largest, but I wouldn't be doing that right now. I just piling up cash for how much longer do we wait after after the trial? Mommy, and baby come home, and everybody's healthy. Then that event is behind us. Then I'm cleaning out my account, and I'm going to be moving towards debt free down two thousand dollars. I'm gonna get intense then Mike out the car right now, you got a bunch of money, but the idea of being a good idea to have Apolo cash on the baby's coming..

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"I got the bug. Really, of course, yeah. Australia, we didn't get the ship as long flight D'amoto stuff. We cover album felt like as actually. So we had time to do stuff, England felt like into eat, been data. No, no. Really Florence, Rome, beautiful grateful, those food, everything. I mean, truly. I love it. I love it. I love Florida. Yeah, different. It's like, I'm going February, February. we're on February. I mean, look at it. Look at that. That's Florence. Enjoy that. Look at that come on. I know it looks great. There's no desire like got again a plane and get the, but there that places magical, it just walking around and eating at the restaurant. I mean, it's just impossible. It's impossible. I want to rent a apartment there right now. Talion. What else you got you? Wanna wear scarves. You do that. He's doing jackets and scarves, and I wanted to get cold in Italy with weather Like. like. Temper, but it gets a little cold, but no, nothing. Thank LA I think. Right. Have you been to Vienna? I've never been to that is a place that was untouched by the war. So Vienna is still jewel. Yeah, I kind of rushing Europe. Remember with Russia's pretty cool Russia in some. I've been in Saint Petersburg, but but but Vienna is is not was not decimated by World War Two. And remember most of Europe was leveled in World War Two. I mean level by bombs Dresden looked like the surface of the Memphis show real problem. No, but it was, but it's true Greece. Same where everything was we have you seen before sunrise with Ethan Hawke. Julie Delpy. You'll want to go to VN after watching that. Yeah. It's a good movie too. It's all dialogue, which I'm sure you'll love. All right. What do you got? All right, I, what is this? I know you heard this ready a plane being evacuated because a woman had a, you know, one of those pets that help you out with anxiety and everything else. Was it call again? I mean. Most emotional support on. Girl. Why would people afraid of it? It's considered a rodeo because they're a rodent. So was the road of flip out? It was in its own little carrying flipping out. She's kinda messed up too because the says she can't bring it on board. She has to leave and that she refused to leave. So everyone else had plane, but so she brought on board in the lady like the flight when I was like, well, ma'am, squirrel on the planet, and it passed TSA checkpoint because I guess they're not the ones that have to stop you, but also TSA the words, the cat very cool carry on. It's up to the Mike questions. Why? Dog and not a squirrel. SCR squirrels get well, you know, he just said, meaning horses. I've heard many horses God, but Larry's. I don't know. Dude, I would be I rate if some bitch brought her stupid screw on the plane. So fucking, yes, this is her getting hit online. She..

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"We'll probably end up being for two in one and they'll right the ship, but Minnesota had to win that game. Philly did not have to win. So I know it was at home. I know it feels like a big loss, but I think the eagles will get right back on track when they play the giants. This Thursday night. Again, I m pretty confident I'm not right enough. The eagles. They're not as good as they were last year. They don't think they're gonna win suitable, but I think they'll make the playoffs when it's all said. Hey, let's get into my favorite time of the week. Middlekauff mail bag the way I'm doing this. Now if you've been listening to podcasts for longtime used to do it off, I tunes to put it in the review section. Now it's just way easier. Just go to my Instagram at John middlekauff and slide up in my DM's in Leyva question. And that's, that's where I get to you at John middle cops, aim as my Twitter handle, and I will. There's my phone buzzing right now, and I will get your questions. Okay. Let's start with the with peer. Mike question is this, do you think that the running back rotation in Indy MAC turban Wilkins Hines can provide what luck needs down the line in terms of high level running play? I'll be honest, I didn't know much about Heinz till watching him on that Thursday night game. And I know they were saying, I think he ran the fastest combine fast is forty at the combine. He clearly play speed looks like an interesting guy, not the biggest MAC guy turban does nothing for me on a Wilkins, had the bad fumble against the patriots. Listen, man. You don't need four running backs in two thousand eighteen like you should be able to draft, especially the colts one in the second or third round. Just be your dude. You know, you should be able to find shady McCoy a Levy on bell. David Johnson, third round a guy for Andrew lucked to just use AMI to me like, should they go after Lebanon bell this off season. I don't know if it's a great culture fit, but they could surely use them. I mean, Andrew lock is a phenomenal player, but but he needs help because right now they're wide receivers when t. y. Hilton is out is just in a barrister to football and the running backs actually aren't terrible. They really aren't those guys four guys together. But when intellectual quarterback, I mean, get him, someone get him draft, a guy that would be my thing. Just just draft a guy. Okay. With all the noise around the clemson's quarterbacks. Do you think that Trevor Lawrence, the true freshman is now being underrated, especially with the injury in his first start..

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Five two, two, five Christine's in Phoenix. Christine, welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Mike question is my fiance, and I are college graduates, but my daughter's dad and step mom are not my daughter's expressed interest in going to college, and I wanna know how I can start a healthy conversation of paying for college because our parenting relationship tends to be more difficult. Okay. So you're not going to get help from them. I don't know. Okay. Well, I mean, you you pretty much know that everything you bring up is going to be, you know, it runs into an adversarial situation. So really the only variables you can control are you and a portion of your daughter's decision making. Okay. And so you know, you don't number one, you don't wanna trash. The other household, you probably have already discovered that doesn't work. And so to your daughter, in other words, your your dad's in idiot. That doesn't that kind of thing. And so. But you can. I think the conversation would not be trying having any hope of that. They do anything smart or go along with anything you want them to do because they never have to have that expectation would be unrealistic, but I would have a conversation with them just informational and that is guys, you guys obviously run your house and you're going to do what you wanted to. We just want to let you know what we're gonna do regarding college. Okay. Here's what we're going to do and you guys, then you guys can talk about you decide what you're gonna do, but we just want you to know where we're coming from and the message that were giving our daughter. Okay. And the messages is that we're going to pay cash and we're going to go to school we can afford. And do you have the money to send her that you can just write a check. I'm baby step two right now while so we've got a few years. Okay. You're broke right now. So yeah, I would work on through then and get to get your baby step up in baby step three and then four, five, six, which you start your retirement. You start your kid's college. So you got, you know, five, six years to Powell some money. That's great. What's your household income. Mind right now is about sixty seven, but my fiance and I, once we do get married, it'll be probably close to one forty grow. And you're feeling size on board with assisting your daughter going to school? Yes. And he's got two kids himself around the same age. So we've gotta think through that as well. We'll go through our household income, and we've got to take these kits slash step kids, whatever you call them between the this blended household and get these three kids through school with or without participation from the other sets of spouses, right? Former spouses and appearance. And so, yeah, I think you just lay that out and just pretend like you have three kids which you do and we're gonna start saving for their college and we're gonna do the best we can. I doubt you're going to have three hundred thousand dollars saved in five years per kid. You know, you might. So I, it's very possible that we're going to have some limiting factors on this kid going to school, meaning that they're not gonna go anywhere. They wanna go. They're going to pick an inexpensive state school, maybe community college for the first two years. They're going to need to be working towards scholarships. They're going to need to plan on the working while they're in school, and then they can get through debt free with some help from you and some help from themselves and a lot of help from their proper choices. And the only way they get my money. If I'm you is if they do not take out any loans and they go to a school that I approve of, which is within our budget. So if daddy says, no baby, you go get student loans, student loans, you don't get any money from me. I am not going to finance your stupidity. Okay. So that's how you can. You can only control what you can control, and that's what you are willing to do and under what circumstances..

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"And work ethic leave the radio industry i don't know whether quotes around the radio industry with us what there are so i want to be honest with him reading for certain jobs that aren't a walk in the park shows how hard it can be to make a career in the radio business unless of course you're a top dog mike question to you tim would be as your son grows older will he be able to follow in your footsteps like the legacy of carried forth through your father thanks i'll post this hang up and listen that's from blake the answer that question is first off my father for as much as we joke about it on the show was not on error in radio or television he did sales and he was really good at it because so many people just loved the guy i mean he's he's instant offense when it comes to entertainment and so people you know people bought him i don't know if they bought us product they bought him and that's why he is was such a great salesperson so i did not follow in this what's my brother did more so my brothers and sales it came lovie so just to clear that up now that it's a huge deal but just for the record and then regarding my son jameson getting involved in radio broadcasting i absolutely do not want him to it's not even like a like i'd be like oh i'd be like disappointed i don't him to go to the university of missouri it's got nothing against missouri i just want him to go and see the world and in whether it be wherever wherever he wants to go out he wants to go to missouri then god bless but if he wants to get new broadcasting than god bless him and then i will you know give my experience and what would hopefully be considered wisdom and in in give them feedback but i would want him to do whatever he wants to do in live wherever he wants to live and and so i just the business of the business i don't believe it has to be as difficult as it often seems like it is to the public that's that's essentially what i would say and it might actually get better as it gets smaller in the sense of what we started out talking about podcasts because what makes the business difficult often times are the expenses associated with not only filling a lineup but the hard cost of operating radio station there as you can imagine all kinds of hard costs with associating or with operating radio station.

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"mike questions" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And again i don't know even say like that's a really good movie but it stuck with me that's the movie movie that i've thought about many times over the years what i i saw a spotlight goddamn best picture thought about it once the day i saw it in never again here's the movie stuck with me so really the mark movie well you know everybody's got don't opinion what good movie in this a lot of that'll watch you know raging bowling and didn't didn't get it boxing so it just depends you know but i just it bothers me that like all the sudden that like on rotten tomatoes like they give it one hundred percent meaning like every review gave it one hundred percent total the same thing with and with the divide which is an extremely brutal vision and in visceral and and and tough movie to watch but it's beautifully shot is beautifully acted yeah yeah yeah before a we we have a really exciting game where you might get a new child out of it but before we do that anymore handles the movie questions i mike questions for your are in everyone in general mostly kaelin based so question for you what does that mean i have a lot of kaelin based question so you've been in enertainment forever and ever and a lot of people who who do this for a living wish nothing more than their kids would have would become physicists would become librarians or do anything that doesn't have to do with entertainment do you have those feelings or do encourage the kids to whatever or entertainment incurs my children to find something that they really like and they're really really passionate about and no matter how much you get paid for that job do it and enjoy it because i know so many people go in and hit o'clock there miserable for eight hours and that's like their life and it takes them drive back and caitlyn let's work on this show he had a an offer recently that was pretty substantial offer you know and we talked about it talked about to he didn't but he talked about it and you know i said like twenty six years old too i mean you know he's got all the time in the world to do it everyone's you know if he wants to decide to go acted whatever and i just think that like he has so much fun here you know and you all do i could tell you do i mean you can't not have fun on a good day his adams notice this has been fantastic let's do a quick read a little bit and then we can get onto the big trivia who knows being best or an actual being the prize of course being going home with him say we'll we're gonna find michael biehn perhaps new son is very experienced oh truecar truecar so here's the best thing about truecar true car i got some tips for you well you know about the key fob move but wanted to take a second you and your wife go out and get that spare tire worked out how to work that jack had to work the lug wrench take care little business there's a tip for you about another.

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"mike questions" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Have the nfl mike question to you is if you're one of those people and i was who is disgusted with the nfl then where do you stand on this new policy are you okay with it will this bring you back to watching the games that we know that over the past couple of years since colin kaepernick decided to take a knee that the nfl the ratings are down their revenue is down as well fewer people are going to the games as well so the nfl has a lot of problems and at least for me i don't think this comes anywhere close to solving those problems when i say hello to steven in tennessee stephen you are on the phil valentine show how are you stephen that stephen on line one john if you could put him on stephen houria hey go ahead go great dane how are you a little curveball here on this not only does this affect people's opinion on the nfl and if they're gonna watch or not but let's just take the small guy like me i run a small plumbing company here in franklin county now franklin tennessee franklin county and i handled the to papa john's here and the two papa john's in coffee county now the the whole nfl thing has hurt them dramatically they dropped the nfl they've lost sales and in turn i've lost business through papa john's because they're not doing what they used to so i'm not getting as much service work from them so this affects a lot more people than just people who don't even watch football i don't even watch football but this is affected me stephen it makes perfect sense and i cannot imagine the pain that you've been going through since the papa john's was it the ceo i forget his name but that whole controversy had to cost you a ton of money small business but it has it has affected my income you know i i used to do probably ten calls a month for the four papa johns i handle now i probably due to know yeah thank you for taking my call i am definitely against it the players doing that and i wanted to mention the most of your people are not old enough to remember the nineteen sixty eight olympics in mexico city when to the american sprinters won medals and they were on the stand played the.

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"mike questions" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Do you try to talk him down well when he called fox and friends for thirty five minutes last week i wanted you know to be able to put the call call on pause there for minimum catches breath right getting himself in painting himself in corners you give him by so and tell him maybe tweet less and talk less if i could do public service for america i would be his tweet editor that would be one i would love that okay let's go to the phone stephanie from baton rouge louisiana which question andy love you love to show my questions for geraldo i was wondering even though she was on the season before you on the apprentice how surprised were you by the don jr and aubrey o'day affair rumors ended in new that trickle down to your season i was i was surprised i was saying by it i mean with the five children and all that i think that when marriages break up often they're the kids or the the victims of the unintended victims i so i was surprised it was very little hanky panky during my season you know and i didn't even get fired by donald trump he refused to say to me because we were friends for so long that i was fired so instead he said to leeza gibbons your higher so it was very very gracious let's go to betsy from arizona hey betsy what your question hi andy mike questions actually for both kadian geraldo i wanted to know what did you think of michelle will small log at the white house correspondents dinner and you think that the president should have attended.

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"mike questions" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"Kenny elliott run certitude cleaning services in new york they do everything regular clinton company would do until they get a call from the police or then they might have to have to like sweep up after a road accidents and attended deaths even suicides their traumatic there are traumatic cleaning duo who focus on cleaning crime scenes they you know they do everything from like bodily fluids blood needle grows mike question is would you be able to handle a job like this one time i was driving on driving through castro valley one five eighty no i saw a truck for the same company i can't believe people actually do this for a living there is no way in heck i would be able to but i also told you guys how my trainer like his other job is to late transport bodies and like i i was like how do you do that he says after a while like is just a job you don't even think about what you're doing so it's probably the same thing there's people out there you don't even think about what they're you know moppingup how you detached yourself from that it becomes part of your routine but are you still have to think and you're walking into a crime scene you're probably wondering what the hell happened there i mean this has got to be i could not do this either crystal there's not a chance and there's no bleach and you know like mask could wear that could make half million dollar salary i'll do it like i heard they actually get paid pretty well but yeah i'm not down smelled gleaming very sensitive so absolutely not so i have a morning.

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"mike questions" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Andy mike questions for both casey and daniel do you think that the newfound truce between vicky shannon and tamra on the oc is gonna laugh no not at all i feel like when they got to the parking lot it was done yeah i feel like damn hauled them both over bodies and through them and vicky is somewhere at you know in cocoa or at the at her at her bar roger largest brothers drinking the troubles away on delays sorry aca polka rather poppy di wants no which housewives divorce where you most surprised by which went upset you the most i know that lou and towns divorce really really affected both of you that was very hard it was tough on all of us we all had to take a day off work and just prime in grief counseling and it was hard but you know shannon and david really hit me because i love shannon deeply and i feel like they have three daughters i don't know i feel like i don't like is instagram work now offensive following that close instagram ho on hers as well girlfriend i'm not i don't like the flame emojis i'm seeing david you are a fan of dream catcher of course catcher catcher dream catch you oh from california kathy what's your question i anne my questions for both ladies what is your all time favorite housewife tagline and what would your tagline be if you had one each of you.

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"mike questions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Mike question would be and maybe there's an answer maybe moeller would have an answer for that if he was ever asked that question i don't know what the answer would be but to me logically if there's something wrong with with how i'm thinking here or my mindset of how investigator works please tell me but if i'm given that duty to find out if trumpers campaign colluded with the russians to hacked the election the natural investigative process would lead me oh russians o over here democrats over here uh campaign money spent illegally over here oh uh i gotta find out because carter page was one of the guys are okay and we know that the fis awards and you know that go in that direction because of investigating carter page so you know it so do they go in that direction say okay worthies warns a gotten properly is there a crime here because if you're goal is to fight any crime associated with it so you're going after financial crimes to pull manafort from years ago with a naturally the progression would be with a ready crimes in the fbi the doj right mi i am i wrong am i welcome ibm departure cigars you you have to go back to the i mean where does the case begain just as we were talking about johnson on on uh on television uh as new stuff comes out you have to be very careful and beyond sure footing about any claim made wealth because that's how cases are built you make sure every step along the way that what you have what information you have which could be evidence is is again backed up by something that you know that it was gotten legally it was obtained legally that starts with warrants that starts with okay we because there's no way you can't go back to the very beginning of this that that that that happened if they're going back with manafort four years then you have to be going back to where the worthy the fis the courts issued warrants and then what was used as the basis what was presented did somebody knowingly present false evidence bright as the basis for that warrant right.

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"mike questions" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The deficiencies that can help larry you're on with us next how larry welcome to the show mike question about blood pressure i got my second uh chemotherapy aid for cancer and i real big and you're taking supplements because they say if you feed the body you'll like sleep probably be seeking the cancer as well i take a good vitamin and mineral garden of life but to my question is that hypertension since i was a young kid of about ten years old i'm sixty three i don't drink or smoke time act the oath i wonder if you could give me four or five things that i should he literally make a difference on that blood pressure well it's the blood pressure perspective first me ask her what what medicine to be taken for the blood pressure you know i thought you might ask me that i should have won out it's in the car 'cause i took it to the ducts through the ecologist i don't think there's any diuretics i think they're all taking three fairly strong i think there i think they were like betablockers okay uh but uh still finished you and uh i guess i've adam and when i was even when i was an athlete they did wrestling football anthrax and i was a lean and even then my brought threats was elevated lebanon stuff three years but i really would like to get add to that with some some good foods that you suggest okay well the reality is that when you're dealing with chancer first of all and you're dealing with blood pressure say time focus on suits that will reduce inflammation and i can tell you that you're on college is going to need to guide you without a shadow of doubt and if they're not helping you from an internal perspective sometimes a register dietician that they have some that are boardcertified in oncology and they got really get expertise in that and now we helpful i can tell you from a general sense that reducing inflammation in the body is good for building the immune system so your body can fight it's also give for blood pressure exercises gets value is very good but getting older the more detail about israel also more.

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"mike questions" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Insurance save three hundred thirty eight billion dollars mike question mr cross for you is what is that three hundred thirty eight billion dollars going to pay for in the bill dole khor i think it's difficult to say to attribute that three hundred thirty billion is a pay four to any particular item but i've been arguably it pays for whatever it it it pays to cover up the other deficits in in the bill so increased k got what so what's what's the largest spilled the majority the money spent on this bills for dutch let's for corporations right as we understand it yes so you've got to figure that some of that three in thirty eight billion dollars is going to go to war tax cuts for corporations would stand to reason that the three hundred billion that's being taken away from american families to help them pay for health insurance is being used to pay for tax cuts to big companies as we learned yesterday these are some of the very same multinational corporations that are rewarded in this in this tax bill the tax breaks to shut down production and igf mansfield ohio in lima ohio in cincinnati ohio to move overseas set up production there back in the united states so that the beneficiaries of this provisional three in thirty eight billion are again going to be the same corp rations that are being rewarded for sending american jobs overseas now we know that according to cbo the spill again because of the provisions sir white spoken so well about the provisions that were slept in last night to unravel the affordable care act a bunch of us with taxpayer insurance will take insurance away from up to thirteen million americans had nothing to do with tax reform we now know this spill will cause according to cbo will cause.

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"mike questions" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

AM 590 The Answer

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"mike questions" Discussed on AM 590 The Answer

"Robert whose calling from college place washington robert you're on the air with bible answers live pope after done by thank you for calling yes mike questions regarding uh john chapter fiber 24 we believe there in relation i think it so proteinrich fix where they're supposed to be your judgement going on but the q fare that people won't be judged um if they hear their word if they here as we were didn't believe in him now let me read this for people listening in john chapter five verse 21st 2004 truly truly i say to you that whoever here's my words and believes him who sent me has eternal life he does not come into judgement but this pass from death to life well there's several different phases of judgment when the lord comes one is what you would call the pre advent judgment that's were peter says judgment must begin at the house of god so peter does say there is a judgement for the house of god people who profess to be believers you also find a reference to that and as he kill mine is a judgement during the one thousand years were the saints a basically participating in a judgement and then you've got the final executive judgment at sometimes called the white thrown judgment where the wicket all are all gathered before the lord and there there are executed according to their works the righteous don't have to fear the executive judgment because one we accept christ surnames are entered into the book of life this is why jesus said um you know if you accept him uh if you hear my were you believe it you have eternal life now there are some who a outwardly professed oh yes i accept your jesus but then during the the investigative judge minutes found there they're frauds were they're the ones who saint lord lord but there know the works the bottles were saved by greece but were judged by our works or works don't show that there has been changed yeah they will come into.

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