16 Burst results for "More Than 550,000"
"more than 550,000" Discussed on The Bitboy Crypto Podcast
"Gensler has marched naked through the crowd as we all yell shame. Shame! Shame! Everyone's Game of Thrones. I have, yeah. Shame! Powerful scene, powerful scene. I don't think that's going to happen. I don't think that's going to happen. I think if he was a lizard, that's when he reveals himself, scurries up a wall sideways. You're like, whoa, where'd he go? How'd he get into that crack? No, I don't think that one's going to happen. Next, we have XRP Productions does jello shots with Brad. Brad Garlinghouse could be one of those. So maybe, maybe it's his tongue in cheek answer. This is going to be one of them. And only one of these things happen. But guys, I really want to say I'm feeling like an IPO or a settlement announcement is going to be happening at this party. I'm not, I'm not above 50%, but I'm certainly above 10% that this is going to happen. And I think I'm lower than that. I don't think that Gary Gensler is as dumb as he has been with everything else. He's persistent with not giving up. And if he can make this draw longer, I think he's going to try. Now, we all know he's going to lose it. So I'm not worried about XRP having something bad happen to it. And the price just absolutely plummet to brand new lows. But at the same time, I'm a little skeptical of a settlement happening because I don't believe Gary Gensler has the capability. Now, you'd say if one of those lists was Gary Gensler gets fired and new head of SEC reaches a settlement, then I would be on board. But I don't know as long as Gary's in that seat, if he's going to do that. Yeah. I don't think he's going to be paraded around naked either. No, probably not. I don't let him keep his clothes on probably. But a parade would be nice. A parade would be nice. Right. I am. What else? Let's see. Someone else. The hairline. I just, it's when I don't cut it. I am going to try needling though. Nick D'Amandi put me on some needling. So I'm going to try needling. I heard you do it once a week. It's where you stab your scalp. And Kevin Myers. Thank you, Kevin. It is Charlo versus Canelo. Okay. I've heard of Canelo. I've heard of Canelo. I've never heard of Charlo. But I also am not necessarily the biggest boxing fan in the world, so I forgive my ignorance on that one. I thought Charlo was that like 1970s South American dancing lady that like did the VH1 dating shows. Sure. Let's go with it. That's a bad reference. All right. All right. All right. Maximus, meaning we're like a feat of human ingenuity. Thank you, Maximus. All right. Because the Titanic didn't sink. What was the name of the actual ship? It was the Olympics. The Olympics sunk. Yeah. The Titanic's still safe. Go to the blockchain bunker for more health. Yeah. Drew, do you think the Titanic did not sink? It's kind of questionable. If you look at the window pattern of what is at the bottom of the ocean, it matches the Olympic rather than the Titanic when they were both documented together previous to the disaster. I find that that would be easier to game, a.k.a. just put up a fake picture on the internet, get it shared widely enough it becomes real. I think that's easier to game than it is to game the we found possessions of my dead grandmother. That was her locket, you know, from the 1990s James Cameron expeditions. I feel like that would be harder to fake than it would be to just share a meme. The windows are different. Well, there's a $5 million payout to J.P. Morgan after it and they owned it. To the white star line. There's a lot of interesting things there, but I do think it is the Titanic. Now, I think maybe some financiers were murdered, but I think it is the Titanic. All right. I reel it in. I'll go with the people on the conspiracy there, but then I reel it in before, you know, and where is the blue diamond? Where's the heart of the ocean? Is it still down there? All right. Let's talk about Bitcoin network and how clogged it is. Okay. It's like you after eating too much cheese, 550,000 transactions are waiting on the Bitcoin network. What causes a congestion will stock markets. I don't even know where this last question. All right. The Bitcoin network is once again struggling with a major bottleneck. According to analysis companies are more than 550,000 transactions expected to be confirmed as the network, as of the news hour right now, situation is not the first similar situation occurred May 23, when basically the ordinals got super popular and Binance suspended Bitcoin withdrawals on the eighth due to network congestion. Its current congestion is thought to be due to a similar cause. Who's his? His? Bitcoin? Satoshi? As Bitcoin miners struggle to meet this demand on the network, block times have increased to 10.9 minutes. Meanwhile, transaction fees have also increased. This is an increase in unconfirmed transactions and block blocks may cause exchanges to suspend withdrawals again. In this case, users are expected to turn to altcoin networks that offer cheaper transaction fees. Basically people didn't pay enough gas. And so you got a hundred people. Gas is the wrong word. I know I'm saying it incorrectly. I just want to make the explanation simple here. You got 10 people. I'll say 10. You got 10 people willing to pay some gas. They're going to pay a dollar in Bitcoin, but then you have that 11th guy. He's like, I'm only going to pay 12 cents and then another 10 come and then, you know, hey, hey, I'm willing to pay. But then you got another guy who's like, I'm only going to pay 11 cents. And so like you get a group of like, you know, a hundred people, a thousand people, a million people do a transaction. You're going to increase the number of that, that nerd that's like, eh, I don't want to spend a lot of my Bitcoin to move my Bitcoin. And then that number just increases, increases, increases. Then when network slows down, we'll slowly grab those nerds. Okay. Who's all right. You paid 13 cents. Okay. We'll grab you. Okay. We got all the 13th. Okay. Now we're down to 12 cents and then we'll start grabbing those people. And so that number will diminish over time. But right now, not looking, not looking great. Not looking great. Pretty slow. Pretty slow. Yeah. It could delay it a little bit. I think, you know, it's still going to all change when we get to that halving event. It's I looked at the story, Deezy. I think it's a nothing burger. I think they're, they're just still trying to create fear and chaos in the markets. I know we're about to transition into charts. Got the great Kelly Kellum coming on. Want to hear what he thinks. But I still think this is a big manipulative move to have some form of an excuse as to why we can dump the price to lower levels than 25. Institutions like BlackRock and Gobble More Supply. These stories are classic Wyckoff composite man types of stories. So you think this is like, you know, they paid, you know, there's conspiracy of rich individuals who want to accumulate a lot of Bitcoin and they're paying people to create transactions with low fees. So who do you think is heavily invested in a lot of these news outlets that post all these stories? Digital currency group. Digital currency group. You're going to find BlackRock weaving in their hands to all this stuff. You're going to find other institutions, probably names that you've never even heard of. And that's part of the thing that Wyckoff teaches is you can't always identify every individual whale or every individual institution that's manipulating the price. So you treat them like one column, the composite man. But this is classic manipulation to put out opinion pieces, to create some drive in one direction and then manipulate the price in a different direction. Or then you hit them with a big event that drops the price or rises the price. And it's the excuse for why the institution moved the price that much. But a great example, Grayscale. I think that I think that it's very convenient that Grayscale pumped that quickly and then immediately you get some news coming out saying that ETFs are being delayed and the price crashed right back down to the same level even lower. I believe that was a move by institutions in whales to pump price, take profits, post some really good news to sell to the retail investor to make them buy. Now they dip the price back down and they can gobble more supply at low levels. Classic move. Car for coin has a good question. How many are getting cleared per block? That is a good question every 10 minutes or 10.9 minutes right now. I'm not 100% sure. I'm not 100% sure because I want to say 10 ordinals is not equal to 10 transactions that are normal in the Bitcoin network. But I could be 100% incorrect there. But yeah, maybe someone in the chat will answer that. Conspiracy theories got dumber, get dumber as I get older. I was super into it as a teenager, early 20s. And then I got super out of it. I always just would blame human incompetence. So then Google nerfing search results kind of changed my mind on a lot of things. And then the New York Post story being suppressed made me question a lot of what I just assumed was real then the floodgates opened after that Darren you worlds older America's oldest newspaper. All right, let's talk about back to Bitcoin here. And we have this Bitcoin miner that made money to not mine Bitcoin. That worked $30 million. Sign me up. I'm not mining it right now. Do I get 30 million? Now we're talking about riot. And they come they were compensated $30 million to shut off their miners in August due to a Texas heatwave. They curtailed their power usage by 95% during peak demand. The mining and dating center hosting riot platforms received a new monthly record of 31 million in energy credits in August aiding the Texas energy grid after a demand spike during the summer heatwave. While they sacrifice potential revenue from the operations to provide energy back to the power grid is still earned 333 Bitcoin for mining in August and 40 million including the energy credit. So they got about eight they got about 10 million mining. They got about 30 million not to mine there. The month before that, though, if you're just kind of wondering, how does that compare to normal month, they went from 333 to 410. While only using about one fourth of the energy credit, so they cut it off only 25% and made a little bit less so it looks like they get paid a little bit more to not mine. It's just government inefficiencies that work and you know, the grip is on. I don't know, I think this is pretty calculated. They understand we don't want to drive miners away, but we do need them to turn this off. I think this is actually a really good balancing of their grid and understanding the long term profits of having Bitcoin miners in their state, but they needed a month to get some of that power off the grid. So they did the math. They're saying it will it we will make more money in the future by paying them 31 million dollars right now. Tell them to turn it off. We'll have it turned back on when everything gets a little cooler and then we as a state will continue to profit from Bitcoin mining from everything else we do. To me, Deezy, I think this is actually a brilliant move by the state government over there in Texas. All right, well, and we'll see then Texas is going to do even more with the solar flaring. I have a tree cutter in my driveway, so if you see me a little distracted during charts, that is going to be why. Let's get into the charts. So what do we got with the charts? Are you on the charts today? No, we got Kelly Kellum on the charts. And all right, I got to put in the earbud here. What's up, bud? What's up, man? Back in studio, came back from hustling in New York, taking care of some stuff there. He's back! There's a lot going on, man. Everybody wants it to go up, but do you just trade because you want it to go up? No. That's what we got to talk about today. Oh, well, yes, if you want to donate your money to other people, which that's not why we're in these markets. We got to look at what's going on. And I still think as bullish as I want to be, the data is suggesting that there might be a little bit more downside. Let's start here looking at the weekly chart on Bitcoin. Of course, we have this double top back here, 64 or 68. One of the things I want to point out here is using the new upgraded BitLab trading stack with this momentum wave right here and coming down to this momentum wave right here. I want you to see on this price right here how high this momentum wave is. Even though we had a higher high here, we had a lower momentum wave. That foreshadowed that in and of itself said there's not fuel here to continue higher and we ended up breaking down. Similarly, if we zoom in right here where we're at, this pump up to basically 30,800 and then this next one that we had a little bit higher 31,800. We can look very simply right here, this momentum wave followed by a much higher momentum wave aka less fuel to drive up the mountain. And what happened just that alone signify that price action was likely coming down. Now, what do we do with this? Do we want it to go up? Yes. Do we want our portfolios to go up? That's a bigger question. We want to look at all the probabilities, the price structure and the data in the charts to figure out what's going on. In this case, I talked about this a little bit the other day when I was on here. Let's see, my brush. We have this large rounding pattern that's happening and if we basically put this on the side of this, it looks a lot like a wave. It's almost like where we're at right now. This is where that white water at the tip of the wave before it potentially comes crashing down to reset before a new wave can be formed to the upside. If this is the case, where do we look? Well, first off, let's turn on the BitLab intelligence and the BitLab volume. I just want to point out on the weekly, we got rejected right here. Basically, we broke above this weekly VWAP and once we broke below it, we got rejected each time. We're sitting here pinned right to this trend signal line, which is flipped red, suggesting that we may be having a little bit more downside, but we cannot get above this weekly VWAP. Additionally, we can see this momentum wave angle straight down to the downside, suggesting that the way movements happen in markets is like this. If this has come down, how far below this is it going to come or are we going to get some narrative shift right here that does bring us back up? We cannot plan for a narrative shift. We can only plan for what the price action and the momentum and the fuel and everything is telling us. Coming down here to the four-hour chart, I just want to point out here, we've got this large pump to the upside here, which was a sentiment-based pump. We don't want to trade on sentiment narratives unless we're taking advantage of it and somebody is buying on the way up and we potentially short that sentiment narrative because without a fundamental change, there's nothing that's going to support continued upside. This was a sentiment pump with a grayscale win, sell-off, and we can see it even in the BitLab intelligence with all this high volume candle here, which is these teal candles, with stopping volume right here suggesting, nope, we do not want this to continue higher, price action comes down. Where we're at right now, we're sitting precariously right in between these two order blocks, which is part of the BitLab volume, all of these indicators part of the BitLab trading stack. We're sitting between this order block right above and the order block right below. So what do we do? Let us know. What do we do? And then I got a question for you for what do we do after that? Well, first off, you got to look at what's the trend definition telling us.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on TuneInPOC
"You realize that you have to take people with you that you're only as good as the people you surround yourself with. But there has to also be a confidence that the leader has in the team and themselves to be able to succeed. Because if you don't have that confidence, you're not going to be able to attract follow shirt. And we have great followership in this company. People love working for this company and the culture of the companies, what sets us apart. And it attracts customers. Now COVID-19 hospital admissions in the United States are climbing quickly largely because of the omicron variant, as you can see from this graphic, we bring it up to you. The 7 day average of new cases more than 550,000 on Tuesday. That's topping, of course, the previous day's record. New data shows that hospitalizations have now surpassed September's peak during the delta surge. Now the Department of Health and Human Services says ICU bear to at least 95% full in more than one in 5 hospitals. And the CDC says the omicron variant is up to three times more infections than the delta variant. Meanwhile, the Biden administration is facing even more criticism for its new guidance on the COVID isolation period. And what some are calling inconsistent recommendations for testing. CNN's Caitlin Collins has more now from The White House. The CDC has now updated its guidance when it comes to what you should do after you've tested positive for coronavirus, but it may not do much to clear up the confusion that was generated last week when they cut that isolation period in half from ten days to 5 days because right now the CDC is still saying that you can leave isolation after 5 days without taking a rapid test and having a negative result as long as you continue to wear a mask in public. They do add some qualifiers to that now saying that you should avoid travel getting on airplanes. You should avoid restaurants where you obviously can not wear a mask and you should avoid gyms where you can't wear a mask either. So they are adding some caveats to that guidance, but they still aren't recommending a rapid test. However, they say that if you do take a rapid test on day 5 and the result is positive, you should stay in isolation for 5 more days. Kind of making the guidance to where, if you don't take a test and you don't get a positive result or a negative result, obviously, you can leave isolation and wear a mask, but if you do take a test, and you have a positive result, you need to stay in that isolation period. Of course, this comes under criticism from health experts outside the administration who said they did believe it should require a rapid test to test negative to leave that isolation period. That's a model that you see similar in places like the United Kingdom and other countries, not one that you were seeing from the CDC so far as they have faced a lot of criticism over some of the confusion that they've caused, of course, this comes as we are still facing a nationwide shortage of rapid tests, something that President Biden noted during a briefing with his COVID team on Tuesday is something that has also frustrated him. Caitlyn Collins, CNN, The White House. Thanks, Caitlin. Well, meantime, some health experts are saying the new CDC recommendations on COVID isolation will end up causing more confusion among people. Have I listened to this? I think it's pretty clear that a person who's infected with the omicron can be highly infectious to other people. That if they're involved in any kind of activity that's high risk, if there are nursing home attended, if they're in healthcare, if they're working at Chick-fil-A, where they're in a lot of people, they really ought to test that day 5 to make sure they're not infectious. Still wear a mask, whether you're negative or not. And I think there is an imperative to try to shorten the length of time that people are in isolation, particularly for hospitals and clinics and airplanes and all sorts of reasons. But most people will not be infectious at 5 days, but some people still will. So I think the better message would have been 5 days and then a rapid test or better yet, two days in a row to have negative rapid tests before you come out of isolation. They also need to strengthen the message about wearing a mask. I mean time Chicago public schools have canceled classes for today. After the city's teachers union voted to move to virtual learning, the union's vice president says teachers are facing extreme staffing shortages and aren't being given the tools to keep their students and themselves safe from COVID union members are refusing in person teaching until January 18th or until the two sides actually reach an agreement. The school district calls it an unfortunate decision that harms students as well as families and says any teacher who doesn't report to school on Wednesday will not be paid. Now, new U.S. data shows Americans are still quitting their jobs. At a historic rate, four and a half million workers resign in November, pushing the quit right, really, to 3%, which matches the high from September. There were more than 10 million jobs available across the United States in November. Workers in the hospitality industry last mortality sector were the most likely to resign. And if we have a quick look on Wall Street, how markets ended industrial firms and banks brought the Dow to yet another fresh high rising more than 200 points. The S&P stayed about the same but big tech did slides somewhat bringing down the NASDAQ by more than 1%, one and three tenths of a percent you can see there. Now, meantime, Israel's prime minister says he's more confident, a fourth dose of vaccine is safe. New data suggests the fourth dose boosts COVID antibodies 5 fold meaning a drastic increase, of course, in the body's ability to fight infection, as well as severe symptoms. The countries offering a Pfizer BioNTech booster to healthcare workers that immunocompromised as well as people over 60 Israel's daily infection rate has increased more than tenfold over the last month. Let's get more for you on this story I'll let doctor Kendra and be now from Tel Aviv more. And Elliot, it's important to point out here that this study is preliminary on the fourth booster, but it does seem very promising. What does this mean going forward in terms of May perhaps be more readily available to other great age groups here? These are the same promising certainly prime minister Naftali Bennett in announcing the news at the Shiva medical center. That's the hospital that was carrying out this study. He was calling this big news and very good news. And certainly it would seem also to support the country's decision to roll out this dose of COVID vaccine or second booster if you will to the over 60s healthcare workers and people with suppressed immune systems. But as you say, we do need to be on the side of caution. These are preliminary results, preliminary findings. They have not been peer reviewed and more data will no doubt come out of this study is ongoing. And of course, they'll also be looking very closely at the data from the impact of a fourth dose on these high risk groups which began water on New Year's Eve with people with suppress immune systems and then a few days later on the over 60s and healthcare workers. Now, if history is any guide after initially targeting high risk groups, the doses are then rolled out to the rest of the population. But ultimately, it's not the prime minister's decision. It's not the government's decision. It is a decision for the health ministry director general, who I would imagine was also be looking very closely at this data. As of course, with other countries around the world, which are also grappling with unprecedented levels of infections, I should just say one final note, ESA that on Tuesday, Israel's daily COVID caseload did hit an all time high of close to 12,000. Yeah, which is worth seeing very much across Europe and the United States as well. Elliott, great to see you. Thanks very much. And still to come right here on the show. And assuming that prison for a few years over this, I think is a complete joke. A man charged in the attack on the U.S. capitol defending his actions saying he was just a patriot we'll hear more from him next. And a judge will soon decide if a sexual assault case against Prince Andrew schubert dismissed more on that what's at stake and how the legal
"more than 550,000" Discussed on The Main Column
"In mobile phones and small television screens, batteries, specialty, coatings, and many other applications. For their contributions in the field of conducting polymers, we don't mind sheer kawa and heger were awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry in the year 2000. Now let's look at tragedy to a safer industry. Notable industrial accidents occurred in the mid 1970s through the 1980s that led to start changes in the way industry view safety. These included the Bhopal and sevis so disasters and the Philips 66 Houston chemical complex explosion. In July 1976, a chemical leak at a small chemical plant north of Milan, Italy, exposed the surrounding region to high levels of two three 7 8 tetrachloride benzo P dioxin. The leak severely affected humans, wildlife, and the environment. It was later determined that the plant had very rudimentary safety systems. It had not considered environmental protection during construction and operation and had no warning system or health protection protocols for the surrounding communities. The cevico disaster led to the adoption of the cevico directive in 1983. The directive or 82 5 O one aims to control major accident hazards involving dangerous substances, especially chemicals, and contributes to the technological disaster risk reduction effort. The directive was superseded by cevico two in 1996, also referred to as control of major accidents, hazards, or coma, and severe three in 2012. These amendments were the results of other industrial accidents that severely affected surrounding populations and the environment. The major takeaways from the cevico directives were the obligations placed on plant operators, which included mandatory safety reports, the establishment of a detailed safety management system and emergency action plans in the development of major accident prevention policy among others. Today, the cevico directive applies to more than 12,000 industrial establishments in the EU and is widely considered a benchmark for industrial accident policy from nations around the world. So two other major industrial accidents in the 1980s changed the way the industry views process safety management. And those are the vocal disaster and the Phillips 66 chemical plant explosion. So the boba disaster occurred in the late evening and early morning of December 2nd through third, 1984 in bottle, India. Shortly after midnight on December 3rd, up to 40 tons of toxic methyl acetate leaked from the plant storage tank and drifted downwind into the surrounding community. The highly toxic material claimed the lives of thousands of people in resulted in more than 550,000 injuries. The vocal tragedy led to new safety and environmental measures in government regulations in India. This included the environmental protection act of 1986, which created the ministry of environment and forests, the ministry was responsible for enforcing environmental laws and policies. It also led to the factories act of 1987, the hazardous Waste Management handling rules in the manufacture storage and import of hazardous chemical rules, both of those were enacted in 1989, and there were other rules and regulations enacted as well. The Bhopal disaster also influenced the ceviche to amendment in Europe and raised awareness that governing bodies around the world that enhance safety management systems were needed within industry. In the mid to late 1980s, several governmental safety organizations proceeded with advancing new safety management system regulations.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Now a global news update A Michigan prosecutor says the parents of the suspected school shooter withdrew money from their bank account after both were being charged with manslaughter Speaking on CNN Oakland county prosecutor Karen MacDonald said Jennifer and James crumbly took out $4000 from their bank account Their son Ethan crumbly is the suspect in the deadly school shooting that took the lives of four students and injured others in Oxford More questions are being brought to President Biden regarding the growing amarone coronavirus variant threat in the U.S. Biden spoke to reporters on Friday saying the government is moving aggressively to deal with the threat The economy is adding fewer jobs than expected economists were looking for more than 550,000 but the number 4 November came in at 210,000 We certainly have work to do There's no question about it but I would say that you know we have to look at the whole picture and not just month to month snapshots That's labor secretary Marty Walsh the unemployment rate fell to 4.2% officials noted sectors including construction along with professional and business services added jobs The boulder king supers shooting suspect will go to the Colorado state hospital for further treatment after he was found incompetent to stand trial boulder county district attorney Michael Doherty says he believes 22 year old Ahmad Alyssa can stand trial given enough time Based on the latest evaluation from the doctor I'm confident that he'll be restored to competency Yes That through medication and treatment as I talked about in court earlier that he'll be returned to competency Today marks the 5th day of Ghislaine Maxwell's trial after being accused of being Jeffrey Epstein's madam Her defense attorney attempted to discredit Epstein's former House manager who provided testimony saying he'd seen underage girls at the property The house manager testified he helped set up for and clean up after Epstein's notorious massages I'm Brian shook The de Blasio administration is issuing another coronavirus vaccine mandate in New York City Scott Pringle reports about 56,000 employees at private and religious schools now must get the shop by December 20th or be put on unpaid leave mayor de Blasio says the vaccinations are the key to the recovery and it's time to climb the ladder even more He's referring to the increase in mandates The head of the schools for the Catholic diocese of Brooklyn opposes this mandate saying well they've emphasized the vaccine It's up to the individual to make his own decision Sales during the holiday shopping season could increase by double digits and economists with the national retail federation says they could go up by 11 and a half percent compared to one year ago That's a full point higher than the group's top end estimate that was released back in October Back then the federation said sales could hit $859 billion.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on X96
"Is is included in that I don't remember. He got in trouble for kicking that female photographer in the face counter the year two ago. He's not a nice person. No. Um, So the Sturgis the Big Sturgis motorcycle rally, the super spreader, And in fact, it was, yes, Uh, The daily reports of new coronavirus cases grew tenfold in South Dakota in August. With the worst outbreaks concentrated in the western part of the state hospitalizations have increased swiftly. In the last few weeks, National Guard soldiers were dispatched to Aid with testing. The increase came from During the it was because of Sturgis, the motorcycle rally, which drew more than 550,000 people from all over the country to South Dakota. I wonder, you know, I was watching the Kansas City Chiefs Cleveland Browns game from Arrow Arrow Head Stadium yesterday and it was full you could the stadium was packed. And I didn't see a single person wearing a mask. No, I mean what's going to happen. How about locally here? Bill? How about the U BYU game? I didn't watch that. So I don't know what I assume. Sold out stadium. 1000 people down there. I think masks. Yeah. What's going to happen? I don't know. What do you think? This. I don't know that we're never going to get past this that basically I don't know how I don't know. How the, uh, yeah. I mean, I just don't know how we reconcile these things. People are tired of of dealing with it, so they're pretending like it's not going on. They want to go back to real life and they go back to real life. I was out in a crowd. In a group you know, fairly large group. Most of the people that I was with on Saturday were masked. Uh, if they weren't you could tell they were Kind of staying in their own little bubbles and pods and There was no to think the sort of people that would go to a suicide awareness walk are conscientious. Thought little more aware, Yeah. Where people That? Um, but it was interesting. I had people come up and talk to me. I would pull my mask down when I was talking on the microphone. But then people would come up to talk to me on the stage, and I would I had it on and there were people who didn't So I don't know. Um Dr Anthony Fauci. Has said that Uh, the situation is so dire and we need to start vaccinating Children as soon as possible. Hospital in upstate New York is pausing deliveries of babies. Because of the number of maternity unit employees who have resigned. Because they were asked, have vaccinations. What And to them, I say, I say good riddance, because you probably shouldn't have been in a caring situation to begin with. But then you sound too selfish to be a caregiver. But then the hospital is has become short short handed, and they can't do their work. We don't have enough health care workers have your baby at home. I'm sorry. You'll have to have your baby at home. Here in Utah, Hospitals are bulging more and more Children. Are being infected in hospitalized with Covid, which is primarily attributable to relax behavior in the community. The number of Children increase infected with Covid last week across the country was 250,000. That's more than any other time during the pandemic, and that's the result of the real change in the way we are behaving. By not masking school. I know. Well, if you just act like everything's fine. Maybe it will be. No, it won't. I see you nurses here and in Utah are taking brutal blows to their mental health. It's It's so so many are reporting. They just can't take it anymore. Um Oh, you know the gene A It's you. You can go back to, um Swimming and bathing in the pond at Fairmont Park. I know you like needed to do that for days. I know you like to do that. The apparently there is no mercury contamination. In the pond so you can go back to swimming with your friends. The Ducks and people go throw bread at me. It's great. Yeah, it's a way to get free bread. That's one. She doesn't even have to break it up into bite size pieces. They do it for exactly, Uh, And finally this, Let's see, there is a herd of Z bruise. I mean animals, not referees. Herd of zebras on the loose in Maryland. Catch them if you can. Small herd of zebras has been living the free range lifestyle in Maryland after breaking out of a private farm, and apparently they have not been able to be caught because officials say they're just too dang fast. You can't hunt him down there too fast. They run. They won't let you get near them. We have a feeding stations set up for them. So at this point, we're just going to have to have a herd of zebras here in Maryland. Well, maybe it'll be come a tourist attraction. Maybe people will come from miles around. Let's go. Look at the zebra. We'll go have some crab. And then look at the zebras in Maryland. Sounds great. Yeah, all right, That's it. Sports weather traffic Was dumb sports weekend what she's well dumb sports. Three legged race, potato sack races. Well, for one thing that that them BYU Utah game didn't even start till 8 15 is already late. I stayed up to midnight for that. Yeah. Yes, you did. I waited until the next morning to see I, uh, I turned on ESPN 700 because they were broadcasting the game before I went to bed, and it was still in the third quarter. And so I just went. I'll find out tomorrow. It was a B Y You just played better? Yeah, just did their their quarterback is really good. Um They have. They were good. The youths were asleep. They is that what it was. It was frustrating as a youth fan. It was past their bedtime. So, uh, onward and upward. The really hard thing is they're not going to play each other until 2024. So what? We won't have time to get back at him for a couple of time. Will that game be Gina? Better be earlier. I'm I would love like a three o'clock game that would be Great. Okay, Uh, let's see Utah place San Diego State next Saturday. That's a five o'clock game. That's reasonable. And BYU plays Arizona State next week. Um, let's see in the NFL. Chicago Bears and the Rams. Rams won 34 to 14 Bill watched The Chiefs Browns game 30 30 33 29 for the Chiefs, the Dolphins barely over the Patriots, 17 to 16. Broncos over the Giants 27 13 and a miserable showing from the Packers against the Saints, 38 to 3 benched. What's his name? Aaron Rodgers. Aaron Rodgers. Yeah, fourth quarter. I think because he doesn't want to be there. Yes, I don't know. Tired. I don't I don't know. He just wants to go. Mary Shelling. Would Li and Lee should be done that sports weather Well, excellent news. I'm happy to report the smoke is gone. Looks like it'll stay gone, at least for the rest of the week. Sunny skies, clear skies and just lovely temperatures. It's going to be nice 84 for high today will stay in the low to mid eighties. It looks like Into the weekend, so that's good. And traffic.
'American Marxism' Achieves Over Half a Million Copies Sold
"I want you to be Really quite uplifted by something. American Marxism. In the first week sold as you know, 400,000 copies, hardcover and all other platforms. Unheard of This past week it sold Another 150,000. The vast majority of which were hardcover. This has given a take was the final numbers aren't in likely a bit higher. That's 550,000 copies in one form or another of American Marxism in the hands of half a million people. The book. Many books and audio But a book. A substantive book. A serious book. And at the end of the book, an action plan in the book. This gives me a lot of hope. Because when you folks read the book and take your time, but when you read the book You'll be able to pass the knowledge and information on the person down the street. People who live with you. And others. This is important. This is our Thomas Paine and Paul Revere moment. Not because I said it, but because it is And you are all participating in it. You are all participating in it.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on WSB-AM
"To help Sylar's families now raised more than $550,000 Cab County Sheriff Melody Maddox joins a crime summit on Sister Station Kiss one. Oh 4.1 to discuss a rise in crime around metro Atlanta. She says. Mental health plays a role over 1500 inmates. 25% of the population has been classified as mentally ill. And it's going to go others blame out of towners who came to Atlanta once it began to reopen. A shortage of officers has also been an issue for some departments. Atlanta's police chief says the homicide rate in the city has come down this year. Atlanta ranks in the top 10 for outdoor recreation, the personal finance website Wallet hub ranks. Atlanta asked the seventh Best city in the nation. When it comes to recreation. It examined metrics like the accessibility of entertainment and recreational facilities. The quality of park spanned the weather, but Rob Stadler reports Atlanta gets lower marks or walkable park access a number of playgrounds. Orlando tops the overall list. Wst News time 8 35 is 25 minutes until they are glad you're with us here in Atlanta's morning news WS meteorologist Kirk Mellish check it in. He's got Atlanta's most accurate and dependable forecast where Scott forecast for today. We're on the sixth of demolish meter Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy. A few spotty showers. This morning of 40% chance of a heavier shower and thundershower afternoon and evening high 84 low 68 to 70 Tomorrow Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy with a 40% chance of a shower Thunderstorm. High 83 low 71 Friday mostly cognitive, partly cloudy with a shower thunderstorm 60% likely high 85 low 70. Recapping the forecast for today. A couple of spotty showers this morning than a 40% chance of.
Biden, South Korea's Moon 'Deeply Concerned' About North Korea
"Day meetings with South Korean President Moon Jae in president Biden says they both are deeply concerned about North Korea's nuclear program is and remains completely. Denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula. I want to make practical progress and increase security, United States for the United States and our allies. The president has appointed a special envoy for North Korea career diplomat Sung Kim to try to make inroads, and he said he would not rule out meeting with Kim Jong Eun. But there would be conditions would make sure that my team had met with his combat into their counterparts. Don't know exactly what we're meeting on covert vaccines. The president has agreed to vaccinate 550,000 South Korean service members who served with U. S forces.
Atlanta-based CDC chief warns U.S. headed for ‘impending doom’ as Covid cases surge
"Here's Marcie Williams and John Take Above of Rising Covert cases have the head of the Atlanta based CDC worried about impending doom. DOUBLE DSPs Bill Kaya Geo reports live. Recent trends suggest there may be another surge of the U. S death toll now tops 550,000 and President Biden says it appears people are letting down. Their guard is not the time to celebrate Spring. Coming next week in Georgia. More than a million passengers have been screened US airports for 17 straight days, infectious disease expert Dr William Shafter says With more people out and about it's critical to increase vaccinations. More likely it is that we can blunt any surge that's already starting up. The president says 90% of all Americans will be
Egg prices might be going up soon and the Texas winter storm is to blame
"Economic fall out from the deadly winter storm in Texas. There may be a dull side to Sunnyside up egg prices may be increasing because of the Texas Winter Storm. Sanderson Farms, the nation's third biggest chicken producer, says that had the euthanize Nearly 550,000, baby chicks and hatcheries of the state over 700,000 eggs were also destroyed by power outages.
Police Arrest Sacramento Couple Suspected of Defrauding Over $500,000 From EDD
"Court in the Green Haven area of Sacramento officers found 15 80 debit cards with different names. And officers also found a list of 55 different individual profiles, names, dates of birth, Social security numbers and so forth associated with the TV accounts. 25 year old James Smith, his girlfriend, 21 year old China Hill arrested police saying they received over 550,000 and fraudulent DDT funds. It's also found illegally possessed assault weapons with extended magazines, handguns and $1100 in cash. Meantime, the et de tax fraud situation could wreak havoc on a victim's income taxes. This year, Tom Kelly, a CEO would idea ax. It's a firm that works to prevent and correct computer fraud and identity theft. He says The stolen funds could be problematic to people whose identities were stolen gets reported to you under a 10 99 G. You've been paid. You've been paid some money, and you're gonna have to report that on your taxes. So in California, I'm gonna run off some numbers. And so plead that my my accuracy these air intended to make sure they give you the general scope of it. I believe California I read paid out somewhere around $114 billion in these kinds of pandemic release unemployment payments. And that the California Edie Edie director says that there was like 10% thought there. That's $11 billion, and that there's I've read some reports that said that that 11 billion could be a size 30 billion. So you know, when you start throwing around the enormous amounts of money that are involved in these pandemics, support programs 10% fraud level, which is an astounding percentage to begin with. Is, uh, you know, starts filming some pretty big nuts just pretty big, some horrendous numbers, And now the innocents may have tax issues from the worst part is from my perspective. Is that Essentially the problem of solving this lands in the lap of the individual. So if you're one of these individual gets 10 99 you know you get the choice. There's something there. You know you get some of the iris and the unemployment department are saying, Look at do not report it on your tax forms. You know, That's also hoping that because they figure they're going to figure it out and get it corrected eventually, But this also means you're trusting that's going to happen. And you're not gonna have the iris or the state tax board's coming after you. Saying, Why haven't you paid your taxes on these kind of the night and you forgive, so it's Ah, you know, I think the technical term for this is that it's a mess again. That's Tom Kelly, CEO with Idea X and company that helps with identity theft. It's a very long interview. If you want to hear more
"more than 550,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Andrew Cuomo, facing backlash after a new report from the state attorney general alleges the Like the three W Y PC mobile news on the level on the go a blanket of white I'm Madison McGill. Here's what's trending. That's our meteorologist from Wish. TV. Marcus Bailey says central Indiana could be seen around 2 to 4 inches of snow this weekend. And even though some of the roads are treated doesn't mean they can't get slick. But you are gonna be traveling. Give yourself just extra time to get where you need to go and do re prepare for many slick spots to just drive slower. You need to go, he said, because it's dark and the snow will be coming down. Heavily. Visibility may also be a concern. As of Saturday, more than 550,000 Hoosiers have been given the first dose of the vaccine and more than 130,000 are fully vaccinated. Who's your 70 and older healthcare workers? Long term care residents and first responders can now receive the cove in 19 vaccine. Randolph County Police busted a marijuana grow operation Thursday. Charlotte Kobol In reports around 1 P.m. police were called to 6 50 South and 400 west, where a solar farm is being built Workers. They're told police someone nearby kept firing, a rifle and investigation revealed. The shots came from a nearby home where police discovered two people running an indoor marijuana grow Operation. Clinton Humble and Amy Joe Kelly were both arrested. They each face multiple drug charges, including possession. Of marijuana. Shyla Kabbalah 93. W I B C Mobile news. If you need to fill up your gas tank, the average president Deanna is to 42 per gallon. That's according to gasbuddy dot com. I'm Madison McGill on the level on the go and on.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"The go a blanket of white. I'm Madison McGill. Here's what's trending. That's our meteorologist from Wish. TV. Marcus Bailey says Central Indiana could be seen around 2 to 4 inches of snow this weekend. And even though some of the roads are treated doesn't mean they can't get slick. But you are gonna be travel. Give yourself just extra time to get where you need to go and do be prepare for many flex spots to just drive slow where you need to go, he said. Because it's dark and the snow will be coming down. Heavily. Visibility may also be a concern. As of Saturday, more than 550,000 Hoosiers have been given the first dose of the vaccine and more than 130,000 are fully vaccinated. Who's your 70 and older healthcare workers? Long term care residents and first responders can now receive the cove in 19 vaccine. Randolph County Police busted a marijuana grow operation Thursday. Charlotte Kobol In reports around 1 P.m. police were called to 6 50 South and 400 west, where a solar farm is being built Workers. They're told police someone nearby kept firing, a rifle and investigation revealed. The shots came from a nearby home where police discovered two people running an indoor marijuana grow Operation. Clinton Humble and Amy Joe Kelly were both arrested. They each face multiple drug charges, including possession. Of marijuana. Shyla Kabbalah 93. W I B C Mobile news. If you need to fill up your gas tank, the average president Deanna is to 42 per gallon. That's according to gas money, dunk calm. I'm Madison McGill on the level on the go and on wnbc dot com. Now you're four counts.
"more than 550,000" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"The Soviet troops entered Auschwitz in Poland, spring survivors of a network of concentration camps and finally revealing to the world. The depth What was really going on the horrific things that were being perpetrated by the Nazi regime and by Hitler. So later on this hour, we're gonna be checking in with Debra Dash more talking about the posing library of Jewish culture and civilization. This is massive. It's comprehensive. It's an ongoing project and what they've done is they have gone covering from biblical times all the way to today. And they're making this free online. Digitally s O just amazing. All the research and information we're gonna find out more about what's going on there and a little bit more about this thing. Holocaust Remembrance Day. So that's coming up in the next half hour. In the meantime, like to remind about something we got going on our website wdun dot com support our troops. As we show our troops and love for Valentine's Day, you can send our troops overseas. Valentine's. We've got folks stationed all over the globe, and they're not with their families, and we ask if you're able And if you're not, that's fine. Just Get a Valentine and sent it to them all the informations that wdun dot com on how to do that on duh, how to label it in those sorts of things and where to send it, But if you're able tossing 20 or $25 Visa gift card Because they used that for communicating back home with loved ones. They have to pay for their satellite time to be able to communicate back when they're overseas in a lot of these places, and it could cost of as much as 67 bucks a month. I think that's what they said. The average was when we were talking with the folks there support our troops. And support our troops. That order is the agency is doing this. They're a great charity, and they work so much through the year with our troops to support them, and we hope that you'll be part of that because that's how they support them. You and I let him know that we really do appreciate what they do force again. Senator Valentine for Valentine's Day. The information is it wdun dot com on our contest promotions page and I hope that you'll participate in that flipping the page now and talking a little bit more about something that we touched on last hour and we're talking about We talked about the fact that they're putting a moratorium on drilling on federal lands for oil. And of course, they first executive order out there was to shut down the Keystone pipeline, which really upset folks in Canada. For obvious reasons. But here's here's interesting way did little piece that was sent to us on a letter that Either literally or figure really written by a keystone pipeline worker who is now going to be out of work out of a pretty decent paying union job types of jobs. That president who is now elected said, you know He would support. So here you go. This one coming to us now saw Facebook. So take it for what you will, because, remember It didn't get purged. So I guess it must be true. I'm tending to to to side with this person here. Jason Stringfellow is the person who posted this originally a couple of days ago. Interesting information on the Keystone pipeline, he write. The irony is that the Keystone Pipeline from Alberta, Canada to Port Arthur, Texas, already delivers more than 550,000 barrels of oil every day. So what did President Biden cancel? Okay. Oil production Alberta will double in the next decade in the current pipeline is at full capacity. That plan was to add an additional pipeline next to Keystone. Call it the Keystone XL increasing capacity by an additional 830,000 barrels of oil it today. Now without that added capacity. Stringfellow rights The oil will be loaded onto tanker trucks and transferred to rail for his journey to the refineries on the Gulf Coast. We talked about that, and it's environmental concern. What if you have an accident? What if there's worth? There's a spill along the way? Well, not only that. But because of this, it costs more to deliver, which means our price we pay at the pump will go up. Hands. In Toronto. I all in saving the environment. Doing that will admit more than a million tons of CEO to each year. So now you've increased what you're putting in the atmosphere that you said you were going to decrease. Okay? Higher environmental and economic constables on the higher oil prices that benefit countries like Russia, Iran and Venezuela. Preventing the expansion the keystone. The American people will basically be funding their enemies, All right. Goes on to say the real reason Democrats opposed the Keystone XL is that they want oil to get more expensive to hasten the adoption of solar, wind and other renewable energy sources. Scientists predict that at least 100 years from there were at least one or two years from having the ability to reduce our dependence on oil. We'll see what happens next. Interesting enough. It's worth noting, Jason writes. It doesn't end oil transportation. It just forces all companies to spend more money shipping oil on Warren Buffett's rail lines. All right, so Is an environmental policy is an economic policy is something that's going actually benefit. We can argue the benefits or not of fossil fuel. But the reality is we use a lot of it every day. And the reality is when the president jumps a boarded yet it's not when they don't wind it up. Like you do those old boss of propellers. Airplanes used to make balsa wood airplanes used to make his kids by those things for 35 cents at the drugstore. It's not how it works. So you're gonna sign a past like this and get on a big jet and belch all that fuel out there all that exhaust.
Report: Iowa’s derecho crop losses increase by more than 50%
"Loss. Estimates from a rare windstorm that slammed Iowa in August have increased by more than 50%. The U. S Department of Agriculture said the number of crop acres that Iowa farmers are unable to harvest has grown to 850,000. That's Herman earlier estimate of 550,000 the De Moines Register reports the damage caused by winds up to 140 miles an hour was Com pounded in late summer with a drought, which is again expanding after sub September rainfall.
Wisconsin Democrats lay blame on Trump at convention's start
"Marking the start of the Democratic National Convention by blaming President Trump for botching the response. To the corona virus pandemic, they say that forced them to cancel the in person gathering. It would have brought about 550,000 people to Milwaukee. Instead, The convention officially starts tonight delivered virtually countries in