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NZ election: why voters chose 'health over wealth'
"Into mania in. New Zealand. Tonight. New Zealand has shown the Labor Party, its greatest support and at least fifty years. End For that. I only had two simple words. Thank you. Well that was prime, minister? I done this she celebrating her emphatic election victory last weekend. Now the significance of the Labor Party landslide. It's not just that it's seen as a reward for her decisive response to the COVID crisis. It means New Zealand now has its first single-party government in decades. So what does the mandate main for new? Zealand's economic landscape as it faces its worst recession in nearly a century. We'll deliver a progressive transformation across the ditch. What happens if New Zealand does not sort ad its economic challenges quickly. trans-tasman cousins could I become fouled state? All of the heart, which is executive director of the new. Zealand initiative and Josie. PAGARINI is the executive director of the Council for International Development both a based in Wellington all of Josie welcome to. Radio National. Hello Tom. JC How do you account for Cinderella Dunes emphatic victory. Well, I mean you've got to say the popularity is genuine people lover. She's like a superstar she goes into to shopping malls and gets mobbed but I think you'd say you'd have to say to that that election campaign was incredibly disciplined Labor wanted a covid election. They wanted election that was about who stopped US getting sick not who's going to get us back to work and they succeeded in getting that they also wanted election that was focused not on labor, not particularly on policy, but almost entirely on just cinder. So if you the completely unscientific focus. Group in the Texas, you'd ask a taxi driver who you voting for, and let's say I'm voting for just under the all of a juicy. He reflects the Conventional Wisdom Abacha in Dorado and that her aggressive handling off covered and not to mention her response to the mass shooting of Muslims in in Christchurch earlier last year the gun control measures she put in place all that explains Justin, Dryden's remarkable political popularity. She's also received widespread global price for being a stateswoman who's kept New Zealand you nodded even in the face of multiple crises, your not fanned. Why? Well. First of all, I would agree with our choice just as remarkably popular and. This scenes from her election campaign were quite telling wherever she turned up. They were hundreds of people around her celebrating her. My experience with taxi drivers though is a bit different, maybe different taxi companies are us. Last The last few times I had known taxi drivers They complained that their businesses stoned at the city's undying out that we are not recovering properly from the crisis. That business is simply not what it used to be an typically detect Texas. Of course when I'm flying from Wellington to Auckland, and have to get to the CD and you can see the traffic in the city, the city looks kind of dead. We've got a massive challenge ahead on the economy in these eland, and that's why I haven't really seen much from the government in general plans of how to revive the economy and how to get us out of they have effectively beaten the virus now twice. But they haven't actually given us any clear indication how they're going to lift us out of this because the protections for public debts for unemployment. From monetary policy, they actually scare me when you look at them many New Zealand business figures share all of skepticism is fair Point Jersey. Yes, it is because the election really did focus on cousin who it was absolutely about who stopped US getting sick and so it was actually really hard to get any coherent debate about what is the plan B if we don't get a vaccine next year, what is the retail kind? So it was all very vague that staff and. You're right. All of you got different taxi companies to me to probably but another thing I heard in Texas a lot was all well if it's between wealth and health, I'm GonNa pick health and just send a picked health. Well, of course, you know we know that that's a false dichotomy it's not health or wealth. If you country is unable to trade and you borders closed long-term, then you're not going to raise the revenue to be able to have decent hospitals. You're not going to get your school buildings. Renovated and so on, and you're not going to be getting elective surgery and people are actually going to get unhealthy. So but it was no one wanted to hear that town that was the thing. No one wanted to hear a debate about next year they just wanted to know that. Anti Cinde was gonNA look after and that was it. Yes we'll enjoys does mentioned the vaccine just interested in like most western leaders frankly, she's pretty policy on the likelihood of a vaccine in coming months but the question here is what if a readily available vaccine if it ever happens what if it's a long way off I mean for how long all of our the present measures sustainable I mean, how long can you zeal and cut itself off from the outside world? Well I think that is actually a political question not an economic run from an economic perspective I. Think it would be desirable to New Zealand to the words more quickly but can do the safely. We can still have proper border to ensure that when we opened up to the word again, we do this without importing the virus. But I think the government sticks to the precautionary principle at the moment, and that's a political decision because the public doesn't want the government do anything outspent opinion polls before election showing that more than seventy percent of New Zealanders what actually like to keep the borders Morris close and these are people who probably don't have any immediate travel plans or maybe don't have any family abroad. Heavily business to do abroad, and so for them life is quite pleasant as long as they also keep their jobson New Zealand's, and so they would rather electric continue the status quo until that vaccine arrive. So it is difficult for the government to go against this when the public is. So strongly in favor of just keeping the border shut as they are but at some stage will just have to a because some the economic consequences of this some prolonged isolation are going to be enormous Jesse is point. Absolutely, you could not get a discussion out during the election campaign about elimination versus suppression of the virus, and so it was it was almost impossible to talk about the plan. B. If the vaccine doesn't turn up which let's face it, it's unlikely tuneup and be available next year so. Realistically the from left or the right of the political spectrum. It was really hard to talk about how long do our border stay closed, and those of us myself included who were trying to say, you know look closing the borders as a six month policy not a two year policy. He can't possibly maintain a closed border and keep trade going even though we can still export milk powder and so on. But the ability for our businesses to connect with the world and so on for us to travel is just not feasible but whenever I said that I would get attacked on twitter and everywhere for being the head of a capitalist difficult. So you could not get a good debate going about this even though the w eight show for example was saying, Hey, you know strict lockdowns and we've had very strict lockdowns for lockdowns are not the best approach if you're doing a cost benefit analysis on either health or economic growth.
Driver Pleads No Contest to Murder in Deadly DUI Crash That Killed Los Angeles Mother
"A woman whose car smashed into a South apartment building, killing a woman as she slept next to her young daughter has pleaded no contest to gross vehicular manslaughter and drunk driving charges. Prosecutors say the 60 year old woman lost control of her car, and it slammed into the building in the Broadway Manchester neighborhood before dawn on July 3rd. A woman sleeping next to her four year old daughter was killed. The child wasn't seriously hurt. The driver is expected to be sentenced in January to eight years in state
Trick-Or-Treating Is Allowed In New York City On Halloween, De Blasio Says
"Well with Halloween just 10 days away, Mayor de Blasio says Trick or treating is ago in New York City, but with a few changes. First of all, most important thing we have learned throughout this whole crisis outdoors is better than indoors. So we're trick or treating should all be outdoors on ly outdoors. No trick or treating inside apartment buildings, for example, do everything outdoors. Second of all a costume mask. You having a costume is not the same is the kind of mask we use to protect ourselves and each other. So for a child wearing a costume. Put a mask on top of the costume on the outside of costume to protect them and protect everyone. No indoor gatherings, no indoor parties. And do things in small groups. What, again basic rules we've learned Mayor deBlasio at his daily briefing this
Can't crush this: Beetle armor gives clues to tougher planes
"Scientists are doing research involving a crush resistant beetle these tough beetles can be found in California woodlands the researchers even drove a Toyota Camry over one of them and then no fracture but it's still a Max Barclay they had a Beatles at Britain's national history museum says these beetles can teach them about designing stronger planes and buildings exist because it is so hard you can hardly get a pen for you almost have to drill it through the dental drills species is aptly named diabolical iron clad beetle with four hundred thousand vehicles as four hundred thousand solutions to living in the world and we may have something to learn from very many of these the Beatles have withstood compression of about thirty nine thousand times its own weight I'm at Donahue
Can't crush this: Beetle armor gives clues to tougher planes
"Scientists now say that the armor of a seemingly indestructible beetle offers clues for designing stronger buildings and planes. The diabolical ironclad beetles. Just try that again. The diabolical, ironclad beetle that's quite a title it can withstand being crushed by forces of almost 40,000 times its body weight. In a recent study published in the journal Nature, a group of scientists say that the Beetle His squash resistant because its armor is layered and ah piece together like a jigsaw puzzle. Researchers say that design could help engineers build tougher airplanes, buildings and
Fresh update on "new buildings" discussed on Garret Lewis
"Million new building permits in September, which was higher than expected, but out, pinned down 40 points about two hours into the trading day that that was down, 45 s and P is down to and the NASDAQ is down seven. The 10 year, Treasury is up one basis point yielding 10.0.8 percent or it was down a dollar. 40 40 $30 a barrel of gold is up. $17 at 1927 Announce in corporate news shares of snapper up over 30% after the company reported a surprise profit for his latest quarter. It was due to stronger than expected user growth as more people signed up during the pandemic, Disney said Updated California state guidelines will keep its digital and theme park shut down for the foreseeable future. Listen. Shares are currently down about 1% and AstraZeneca expects to resume his cove in 19 vaccine trial of the United States as soon as this week reporting from the Greenberg financial Group where your money matters. This is Dylan Greenberg on honesty. Just so you know, you can listen at home by telling Alexa play knsd on my heart radio. Yeah, enjoy.
How to Find Inspiration in Doubt
"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Jansen, my guest today is Carol. She is the founder and CEO of hint water a flavored water brand she founded in two thousand and five. He's also the author of a new book called. Daunted overcoming doubts and doubters. So thanks for joining me. Thanks for having me. So in your bio I, read that you were one of the I don't know about original. You've spent some time at AOL. My father-in-law still hasn't AOL account and he thinks he's he thinks it's the Internet that AOL's. That's I I met. So my real question though is, do you still have any of those CD's? You. Know what I do have a couple of the CD is that I kept and I have a few. AOL Jackets Memorabilia that I stuck in a plastic bin. For. can't can't throw that away I. Mean it was a great time. I mean it it's a you know it's sort of an iconic brand that really Steve Case. Bill Right. There were a lot of people there and I played a part in building out the e commerce and You know there were a lot of people that basically felt like. Was the only place to shop. I mean, we were kind of a very enclosed safe place where you could go and You know I really fortunate opportunity to help build out I always viewed it as like a virtual mall and so I would I would like actually. Study Mall's people would ask like, how do you not like bring in Lake J. crew and into. Building out the small and I'm like I go down to the Stanford Mall and actually figure out what other stores are sitting there. Do you know Neiman Marcus and Nordstrom's and some of the others and and that's essentially what we were doing and A community for people. It's funny too because and and we'll get look into the book but I think it's fascinating because it was really it was really a closed place originally got AOL and it wasn't the same as getting to a website that you could. Then just you know punt go somewhere else for a long time it was a very much a contained. As. You said, yeah, and it was also a place for brands to really reinvent themselves I. Mean I remember there was this one catalogue company that we were dealing with called celebration fantastic and pretty small catalogue and and They weren't doing great on the service I mean they were up against like some big guys they weren't getting the promotion. So I remember Valentine's Day rolled around round one day and You know they had this product that was like a chocolate sauce and and they were like we have this idea that we want to do one of your pop ups, those pop-ups screens come. and. They and they called it a better than sex chocolate entrepreneur and and you know people went crazy over it and and so I think it was like it was the first place where you know you could really reinvent yourself in this new channel by showcasing certain products that you have and I mean their sales just off of that product were millions of dollars and just it was absolutely insane but it was really the first place where I saw that you could build brands you know in a non traditional way which you know frankly I go back to our business, my my main business hint. My my day job, you know we fifty five percent of our business is direct to consumer and a world where Soda Is. You know that's just not the way that. Are Sold I mean if anything if they are sold online, it's through an Amazon but it's not through their own site and so I think it's it just little examples like that on my journey make me believe and make me think like how can we just do things? How can we try and how can we do things a little bit different and ultimately better. So today hint comes in twenty players if people aren't familiar with it sparkling and caffeinated. It's a non alcoholic beverage, one of the maybe the largest independent non alcoholic beverage in the world hundred. This is estimated I haven't looked at your books, a hundred and forty million dollars or so in yearly sales, two hundred employees and no famous investors involved in the company, right? That's ten today. Did you start hint to solve a problem or disrupted industry. a little bit of both. Actually you know it's I think back on the journey and you know I call myself an accidental entrepreneur because I wasn't a typical. I'M GONNA go and work for myself or I'm going to be an entrepreneur one day My Dad had actually kind of been frustrated entrepreneur and side a large company He had developed a brand that you may know called healthy choice and inside of Armor Food Company, and then ultimately they were acquired by Conagra but I i. so I had a little bit of learning working for him but I think also when I. Had grown up and tack and in many ways and being at AOL before I decided to start this company and while I, was. Really trying to solve a health problem for myself after I had had three children I wanted to lose the baby weight that I had put on and. Develop terrible adult acne I realized after looking at everything that I was putting all the food I was putting into my body that there's diet. Soda was had more ingredients in it than like I mean I I I talk about it now as I. Cared more about what I put in my car than what I put into my own body and I thought like why is that and a whole story around labels like Diet and you know there's low fat and vitamins and things like that that equated to health in my head but you weren't alone in that address. After switching from my Diet Soda over to Plain. Water, I two and a half weeks lost twenty four pounds got rid of my acne God my energy back and I said Gosh, there's just like a lot of people who are trying to figure out obviously how to get healthier and it's not. Right and and. Like if they could just actually enjoy water again, then they you know we might not have the brand new thing that cropped up about the time I was starting hint type, two diabetes you know things that are. Really. Dangerous chronic right and I thought they need to ultimately enjoy water maybe they need to do other things but that's a first step and so that's when I. Recognize that I didn't like water I aspired to be a water drinker and I start slicing bruton throwing in water and that's when. You know I thought I'm not even sure this is a company I think it's like A. I I don't know I think it's a product I'd worked for companies before right and so when I decided to take this product to whole foods and my local whole foods in San Francisco friends were would come over my house and I tell them. You know it started this little thing I wasn't even calling in a company and they're like that's so cool that you start a company I'm like is it a company? I don't know if it's a company like I have three skews like I'm not sure it's actually a company. But. That's when I really realized that I'm starting something that could actually help bigger range of people get healthier disrupted industry that doesn't care about health back. Then there was nobody calling companies mission driven I was mission driven from day one because I really wanted to help a lot of other people.
Three of My Favorite Books This Year... So Far
"Hey everybody who has been awesome. So we're getting closer closer to Halloween depending when you're listening to this, which Halloween was my favorite holiday for basically my entire life. I went trick or treating until I was twenty one years old. And those who are wake with Russell weren't you WANNA admission when you were nineteen and twenty and the answer is yes and yes, I dressed up as a Mormon missionary going door to door because I already have the cost you got free candy. It was awesome. the good old days. Anyway. I'll trick or treating Halloween love everything. In fact when my kids were born I was like this is the great thing world howling was amazing before it's even more amazing now and went trick or treating every single year until about three years ago three years ago was when I bought my Batman suit if you've seen. We lost expert secrets are Philip. Prizes to give away these Batman. At ironman suits I got my own custom fitted was so cool. And I was so excited because that is going to be Batman like legit Batman and I was in front suit and I was just so excited for it and remember it was long day at the office and got home as quick as I could and just trying to give your own the kids at wrestling practice wrestling practice and come back home and I'm getting more Reagan dinner. Kept. Race. Back. Yossi. Batman student, which is, it's like an hour long project to get that suit on I'm so excited feeding the kids battery stack to the office and also doorbell rings and go the door, and it's one of Ellie's friends and friends like, Hey, l. here my yeah wh, what are you doing here? Coming to trick Ellie has like. What? I triggered truth my kids. Runs over. Oh, by data out mcnew, you canton clutch like what am I? Triggered this is my my holiday. You can take my daughter trick or treating, and it only took off their friends she was gone and The boys got calls from their friends and we're going trick or treating and they took off. And I remember I was ache I wasn't ready for. I. Don't know it's like the kids leaving home only worse. I wasn't ready for it and I remember they were all gone and it was it was Aiden Nora? Tiny. She's to at the time. And so I didn't get my Batman suit on and they go to the car and. You got your suit on everything. Put it in a car seat. My time we got in the car she passed out. She was out cold as Aden in class we drove to this neighborhood ain't got out with started trick or treating and passed out in the car, and that was like the saddest thing my wife I missed Halloween. Comes to sitting down the kids are awesome. They have friends. For, it you know what I mean like false fake you're planning your kids are going GonNa. Leave the house someday and then Austin they just leave the preparation. Anyway. So how is my favorite holiday until that year and now? Holidays Fourth of July because I spend more money fourth of July, any human, and so because of that everybody comes to me and doing that to compensate for. For Kids. Anyway. That's how I really feel. I'm just joking anyway, that's those true story. This is the fourth of July is my new favorite holiday but. I'm always with Halloween and so as how gets closer I still get excited I'm not gonNA, love the lease falling into the seasons changing and Pumpkins and candy and like just all the things. So one of our family traditions every year for Halloween go to. Albion Idaho where there's this old college campus where an early nineteen hundreds a thriving college and nineteen. Twenty or something that went out of business. So it's been vacant for like one hundred years and a couple years back these family bought it and they renovated the whole thing in turn it into one of them, the dorms interns like a bed and breakfast, and then the rest of the turned to haunted houses like there's a Zombie House Claus and he's old creepy buildings from the early nineteen hundreds and anyway it's it's insane. So we go every year this year to to our friends Rachel Peterson her husband Paul and they came with us which was really fun so anyway. On the trip down Rachel says, what are your favorite books you're right now Evanston, asked me a question about books freeze 'cause I'm like. There's so many like I'm obsessed with books I have more books than I know and I buy 'em every day tons board and read most of the books I listen to audio by the physical book too because I like having physical books in. All sorts of turmoil. I sat there like a deer in headlights thinking and and I kept thinking thinking and I realized like right now and stuff because you know it is different seasons your life there's. Always, kind of things so. Anyway, I in a season my life actually cited for. I'm preparing not really a mentally thinking about my next book. I think I told you before my next book. I bought the domain bootstrap dot com books called bootstrapped, and it's going to be the final story how he did it. Because my other books have been how to books right like how to get traffic, how to build a funnel, how to copy things like that but it's not gonna be how this is the story of it. I've been obsessed like listening to books about companies and people telling their story about how they built a company and so. I've been listening to a lot of those lately just like understand how to write that way. How to tell stories that is different is different than how I've typically done things. So for me to be able to write this book to change my skill set and this hopefully is aside lesson for everyone like lot of times when we do the thing we wanna do to like. Do. We have to learn something completely different writing. If you business before you come into our world. Oh my gosh businesses, different online they we have to change how we think of meets same way for me to write six book like I learned how to write differently. and. Understand that respect that and paying attention to him trying to learn it so. Anyway. So been listening to audio books about companies about their stories come here how people tell their stories so my three books recommend hugh today are all books about people's companies And they're good for companies number one, they're fascinating books that were to really good. Storytellers the way they tell their story was fascinating where I was like sucked into the book and I couldn't stop. In fact to these books, I've listened to twice and one. Will probably listen to again I just finished that yesterday. So that's why I hadn't listened to it twice yet. Now's referee. I don't normally read things twice because I have so many books coming into both of two of the three books have already listened to twice, which is a testament how good of a story that they actually are. So without said in no particular order, I'll give you my three. Bucks Number One book. This one I'm nervous about because. It's like the dark side of Entrepreneurship Kate. You a lot of times you hear stories about who also built a company and it's like this positive thing and there's ups and downs and trials and tribulations but for the most part, it's like the positive experience, right?
Nigerian forces accused of killing anti-police brutality protesters
"In Nigeria, where security forces have opened fire on anti government demonstrators in Lagos. This is what it sounded like. Sit down. Sit down. You can hear people telling everyone to sit down in the hope that they wouldn't be shot. We heard earlier on this program from a witness. Who said that he counted 20 fallen protesters around him. The incident took place at 6 45. We were told last night in the suburb of Lucky. This is quite an upmarket area in Lagos. It was where crowds had bean blocking traffic a toll booth at a pinch point. Basically, they were blocking traffic, causing trouble in pursuit of their campaign against police brutality and SARS. Let's speak now to someone Who was there? Certainly in the early stages of the demonstrations, not lost eagle who joins us now? Thank you very much indeed. For coming on and trying Tio, help us or help us tryingto enlightened people about what actually happened now what stage were you at the demonstration? Cause I understood that you left. Why did you leave? Yeah, it becomes so, so terrible And the situation went out of town. When the military listening they came in on when they came in. It thought we thought they were China, you know? Guardo's, You know, but all of the saddle in the open fire on a little people saw such enjoy about this morning about 52 people. We shut down so it was soaked arable and you can see the puts off the light so that we could get a clear shot off what was happening on the area and also understand the the security cameras that might have provided images of what was going on. Also got taken down now. Didn't that That gave you a warning, didn't it? You and the other protesters that something was going to happen? That was the one but you can see the food That was for Vita that it was very, very peaceful. We will hold no weapons. There was no where person, So we only have been a drunk like you see, people were sitting down on the ground because then first on Was not a fight. You understand that, and that's a very important point to make, because elsewhere, the authorities have said some of these protests have turned violent or violent elements have tried to take advantage You're saying at lucky last night, there was no violence offered a tall Can I ask you about one particular thing? I'm sure you have seen. The army on its official Twitter handle has been saying this is all fake news. The army was never there. You saw the army. How do you know that They were the Army. Because we're house on putting this off If you need me to provide that for you going to do is footage is off the army when they were shooting on that one. You guys didn't get the footage. We have it. I was 12 the don't know on DH. You know, it's the Army. Why? Because they had uniforms. Yes, they have uniforms. This. You know, this thing's was building that the evidence didn't hide behind. The issue. No own uniforms. The killed are very close. And it's very difficult to get to the bottom of what's going on, particularly how many people were injured. You. You mentioned the figure of around 50. Now That's the first time that I've heard that figure. What What are you basing that on? Is that what people are saying at the moment before saying that life was put on After I left yesterday, but on you consider people were you know down on this truth, reason why you're not getting the actual father of budding stories because the government is involved. They are trying. They are trying to hide his story because they need what they have done. This is really evil. This is bad. The kid's on citizens. This is suddenly I wasn't able to get those politicals people school so terrible a slight but when you see when, but when you see what happened to demonstrations. Are you going to go back to the street? Will you carry on protesting? You know, for now, For now, we have two weeks before the officials on what to do, because we don't know now how this situation is going to be because we can't trust nobody in the government of females in this country. We don't like that coming. But if people go back on the street again, so wait have We have to settle down. I really thought about this carefully because this is a question of Marchal. Pound it, So listen. Thank you very much indeed. For joining us Stay safe as well, Whatever you decide to do next, No Celestina, one of the people who was there in the early stages of the incident at Lucky. Yesterday evening in
Coronavirus cases surge in Chicago, Illinois
"What does the second surge of covid nineteen cases mean for Illinois and what's the best way to respond to a resurgence of cases across the state joining us now Dr Emily Land She's an infectious disease specialist at the University of Chicago Dr Land and welcome back to reset. Hey, how are you? I'm good. So city state and health officials warning were moving in the wrong direction. They're calling it a second surge were in at what does that mean? Well, it looks like the numbers are going up not just here, but across the country, but they really are going up in Chicago. You know even through the summer surge where we saw a lot of problems down the southern States Illinois remained relatively pretty stable but we're not seeing that this time we're seeing big increases every single week in many different regions, which suggests that there's definitely a problem. Yeah I was GONNA say have to do with the changing weather the fall the fact that we're going indoors no longer. In the summer, we know that as the air gets cooler, it can't hold it much moisture, and so the humidity comes down and we know now that Kuban can spread a lot more easily. So those droplets that travel about sixty and the Arizona that can go even further it can travel a little further. They can last a little longer as the air gets drier, and then when we come inside, there's not as much air for those particles to be diluted because your room is any remaining is the substantially smaller than the. Great outdoors. So you definitely have those particles sort of building up as well, and he's a big reasons why we're expecting to see spread in a sort of be worse in the winter time but we're also seeing a lot of cases in our neighboring states and people cross over those borders they come here for commerce they come to work you coming for a vacation or we do the same and we're bringing cases back and forth yesterday the press conference with the Public Health Director Dr Anthony to the takeaway line, which is. Great. Headline Stop Inviting people to Your House. Really. Was it saying that that really they've pinpointed to say that which which we've gotten very comfortable with as Chicago in saying you know what if we're socially distance from the backyard maybe they can come in a little but that really is what's causing this community spread inviting people over to your house. Well, I think that is a big issue I. Think People feel safe in their homes and they think that they can control the situation a little bit better. So you feel like you know it works out people come over for July fourth in the backyard. So maybe we can have them over. You know for socially distant game night now, and the reality is that things are just really different than they were on July fourth first of all everybody who walks into your. House is much more likely to have covered than they were a few weeks ago and that same thing. It's probably going to be even more true in a couple of weeks, and then you just don't have the same scenario warm moist air mostly outside keeping distance you getting a little bit. You know it's much easier to stay six feet apart when you're outside than it is when you're sitting in your living room I it's got to be part of the problem here. We've got some holidays coming up with Halloween, and of course, thanksgiving and and then you get into Christmas and Hanukkah and the other holidays. It seems that this is going to have an impact on how we are approaching those holidays because what we knew last week is different than what we know this week. Yeah. I would say the most important advice I'm giving about the holidays is to make sure everything stays tentative. You just can't make a final decision about what's the right thing to do until much much closer to the event things are changing. So quickly right now that we just can't you can't decide that it's going to or not going to be safe based on where you go is the message to residents. To go back to our thinking back in March and April is that the way we have to look at this I mean I remember having a different set of washing down groceries I was I wouldn't go anywhere near anybody who didn't have a mask or even on the sidewalk I was walking out into the street that was my march April routine that has changed. Do I need to go back to that October? No. And we've learned a lot since then and we know that groceries are safe. Amazon. Packages or safe. We know that most of the things that you touch don't need, you should wash your hands and you should keep shared services clean especially at workplaces but these things are not as much of a risk as we thought we also know now that if everybody's wearing math that really reduces the transmission risk considerably. Inside. So I think what we WANNA do is really just need to be really strict about those ws and I would add a couple more things that. Wash. Your hands wear a mask watcher distance, and then I'm adding a forest W, which is open the windows. You WanNa to get more ventilation even if that means crank up the heat and opening the windows at least a few times a day that's a really good idea and then I really do think these small gatherings inside of home we are seeing lots and lots of cases at University of Chicago where people have been reporting these kinds of gatherings resulting in a significant transmission,
Bitcoin Dominance Is Back
"Ten rotten now bitcoin up. Will we close above twelve thousand eight minutes suggests that possibly not as we are at eleven thousand, nine hundred. and Seventeen dollars. That's right. We did tap at twelve thousand and there is some resistance at twelve thousand had way basically pulled back from that twelve thousand mark. Bicycling high of nearly twelve, thousand, sixty, three pulled back. It's a NAS looking Candida this trend looks superb I love another day to push up through twelve thousand and ready set sail full summa. They got look at the end of the day. We could pull back from here. This resistance I wouldn't be surprised to see a pullback from He. Also being pretty much smoked Ratna bitcoins dominance has increased significantly. One of the big bitcoin dominance moves that I've seen in a long time up one point five percent. Now, that's significant because he actually look at this shot, there's not very many big moves in there as a matter of fact, the shot that I'm looking at here, the biggest move is three percent and that was back twenty seven. Th of July we've got high allies building up into that level Bruce Resistance broken Bam a good push Now's ahead of this. You're ahead of this if you've been listening and following and that's why. Ninety percent of my portfolio is in Bitcoin I I've been watching this setting myself up like this and on pretty happy right now, sixty one point six full percent although market cap is in bitcoins hands too. So you are aware and it's gaining momentum onto a theory will down eleven two point eight percent sitting at three sixty, eight, nine, three, we gotta get up through that three ninety, five region go push up three or four hundred. A two-point upset down mix up paid at one percent rotten out twenty four point three cents nothing for me to be trading. It's pretty ugly bitcoin cash to two hundred and forty dollars. Ninety five cents. It's down three point six, six percent rotten now and dom. Yeah. That trend look. It's something quite as national the daily anymore it was it was looking superb until well. It wasn't last night. Lot Clinton's at forty, six dollars ninety cents down two point three, three percent wrought now, and the dying shot just doesn't look very active. We need to be above fifty dollars for lot couldn't have any chance of momentum continuing on through in when need to get about fifty to really fifty, one, fifty, fifty, two dollars when they're all off because we're at forty, six ninety. V again, flat nothing ready to speak of at one fifty seven, twenty nonsense. It's down one point six, nine percent. It's an ugly looking job. Let's be strike. The trend that was looking very nice there on Donna just yesterday has now gone ahead and said, no, I'm not Nice I. Am the Ugly Duckling Down five point eight percent on. Todd Donna. It really just filed push through it above ten cents still ten point two cents will uphold. We'll have to wait and see. Bonnet was also three point seven, nine percent minutes shine as I got stopped at and that's my third stop-loss. Sorry. My third losing trade in a right this is the two weeks and it's something to consider. Losing a Austin have three losing trades in Iraq. Especially when I'm so selective as have been recently I'm going to go to improperly reduced risk a little bit as the market you know the tribes have been really good but the market has an helps out and we send gone through a transitional period of feels very much like two thousand, seventeen old touch on the minute twenty, nine, hundred, seventy, nine cents on bonnet down three point seven, nine percent sideways it is down to die but the market itself. Saw Wise toodle fifty two in the biggest move on the top ten it's a red one. It's down nine point nine percents link yet it filed ten dollars. We are nine dollars and eighty three cents. So what does this look like to me? What am I doing with this well? I. Position Myself already to be more in bitcoin anything else I was at one stage heavily in Alz on well from that and then I moved back to bitcoin not too long guy I can share that with you on this podcast.
US home construction up 1.9% in September to 1.4 million
"A solid 1.9% in September after falling off in August. This home building remains a bright spot for the economy. Commerce Department reports. The September increased pushed home construction to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1.42 million homes and apartments after 6.7% drop in the month of August. Governor Newsome
Seattle officials propose new outreach team to help unsheltered people
"Seattle City Council member Andrew Lewis is proposing a new approach to homeless camp outreach called the Unsheltered Outreach in Response team. This new team that would be an HST is focused on building on an empowering That tradition of centering outreach and community providers. First proposal would spend $1.8 million for a third party outreach. Another $245,000 would support an eight member team with the city's Human services Department. The council is expected to vote on this next
Stitch Fix is betting youll buy clothes its way
"Bashing has changed since the covid nineteen outbreak began in that there is none. Okay. I'm exaggerating a little but what we're wearing has changed a lot one company of knows exactly how much is stitch fix it learns your style through a mix of online quizzes and outcomes and higher stylist who choose clothes specifically for you, you get a box of personalized items one at a time or as a subscription, keep what you want and send back the rest behind the scenes. The company's tack predicts what you and people like you might like. So it's always updating inventory and its in house brands but. What happens to a clothing company? Even a super techie one in a pandemic Katrina. Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch fix. We've been able to meet the client where she is where he is because our business model is predicated on this notion of personalization, and while we haven't seen these big macro disruptions all that often we see it on the micro level all the time we see people who are switching jobs. Now they're in a more casual workplace and so like those types of micro trends that we. have been able to meet the client where he or she is for years and years like that. Same Muscle help us in the last six months as we've seen this massive trend towards casualization and and frankly people buying less close. But buying more meaningful more on more thoughtfully buying clothes that that are really what they need that exact moment. How would it help you overcome something like supply chain leg, which we saw so many businesses suffer from I mean our business model has always been. We put things. Out in the world, we can know within a few a matter of weeks. This color is working better than that one this size, and we should only make this in these sizes and not those, and so that flexibility was already a capability that we were building with our vendors where we needed them to be flexible because we had such great data so that we could evolve our buys and so that was a muscle we already had created with our vendors as we think about kind of big not crow shifts like. The casualization of the workplace trend like we actually already were working on that like we already knew that the workplace was becoming more casual and so yes, like we pulled up a lot of volume in happened faster than we anticipated but I think this pandemic really has accelerated trends that were already happening. What does the data tell you about what might be coming? I think right now what we're seeing is I think some of these changes are going to be permanent. The data is showing us that first of all people are going to be buying apparel online and much much greater proportions and they were historically. So right now people are buying less close people are going on fewer vacations. People have less weddings to go to You know all the reasons people are buying less close at this very moment. And even as the market is shrinking, we are growing in the face of that. So we are taking share in that world at some point some of those categories will come back up like people will start going back out going to dinner is going on vacations, and so we do think some of that market will come back up I do think that like some of the desire to be more. Thoughtful and what people buy I think that's permanent like I mean we are all living with our things right now and I. Think we are. We are all I think realizing that there are things in our closet that we bought just because it was eighty percent off or that we bought for just one occasion and it was super cheap and now we feel weird about it being in our closet and So I do think people are going to be more thoughtfully buying probably fewer things that mean more in their lives and I think that's a good trend for us and I think the casualization of the workplace is a permanent trend I mean I think that's that's one that's been happening for years and years, and you know if we imagine a world in which more people are working from home and. People have more flexibility you know we're going to be asking are close to be serving more of a multi-purpose. You know like kind of the I want something that I could wear on zoom and then work out and then come back to work beyond Zuma gotten right and so you know I think that there is going to I think that that casualization or the workplace trend will will certainly continue. You mentioned that you know people may by fewer things that have more meaning to them. How is that good for you? Oh, that's great for us on our businesses always been about we want to be your partner in helping you find things that you love. So if people are less likely to be buying things just because it's on a steep discount or you know buying something to where it wants even though it doesn't fit perfectly like this is actually how we win is actually when people are really looking for the one thing that fits for the. One thing they going to really love and that's where I think. We our capabilities around personalization are much much a really showcase. I think if people are much more focused on like I'm GonNa buy not as many things, but I really WanNa love them like that is great for us. How if at all have you developed new technology or tweaked your existing recommendation technology during the pandemic, our core business has really been the. Six model where clients let us know what they're looking for, and we send them items to try on in the comfort of their own home, and of course, that model is very resonant today but we also have introduced direct by in ways that people can engage with our recommendations in new ways, and so now people can actually use their apt to be able to to buy things directly from us from recommendations and that helps. as people have more sporadic needs than they used to and so we've really thought about how do we capitalize on this moment when people are really thinking about kind of new ways to do things and and we'd be as relevant as we can. Your Chief Operating Officer said on your most recent earnings, call that the company plans to automate more to approve improve efficiency. Can you give me some details about how to work? You know we still have a lot of low hanging fruit in our on in our operations and You know this has been a business that grew to be you know one point, seven, billion dollars in just about ten years and and so we we built a lot of things quickly and You know there are simple things like as examples you know we can make our warehouses more dense by having multiple kind of layers of how we store things, and so that's kind of a simple example of like if we can actually build more vertically in our warehouses, we can make our warehouses more efficient we also have been starting to use. Robots to help our. Associates to be able to do their jobs more efficiently, and so that's capital investment that we've been making our warehouses and so you know I think there's still a fair amount of low hanging fruit in terms of making sure that our warehouses can be as efficient and that we're using as much technology to make our warehouse associates jobs as as good as we can. Necessarily talking about algorithms that fully replace actual human stylists. No, that's not actually what we are referring to. There I mean we are algorithms can continue to be better in butter but like our stylists are such a valuable and differentiating part of our business like I think we really believe that we can continue to invest in Algorithms to help our silence to be better and help me are stylish jobs better and more effective and easier But I think that that combination is such a secret sauce of ours. Katrina Lake is the founder and CEO of stitch. Fix.
Breaking Down the Quarters and Semis for the KR Contenders Playoffs
"Let's dive into our predictions for I guess we'll do predictions and then matches them predictions and matches will go in order here. So first match. We both got right. Yep Yep whoop do. We knew that team B M was not up to the task against Wgn Phoenix, and that's what happened. W just think took the three one against them I. Actually yet the three one which is actually kind of surprising because. Outside of an absolute banger that will talk about a little bit later this was the only other one that didn't go three Oh. Team. VM being able to squeak out that one map made it interesting for all of seven minutes and then. wgn Phoenix was like Nah. We're We're. Shutting you down. Yep and that one map was Lee. Shang where we saw Sung Chan gets some key hacks onto as tax on the. Road at least twice I think. You kinda tried his best to. Negate as tech but as we talk about here in the next couple of matches. Stack is shown to be really solid like you had like I think one match that we watched last week or two weeks ago where I felt when it was from. But like there was some issues dying on Bussan but beyond that, especially in these playoffs matches really leveled up. So that team tried their best to try to counter him and they did on the first map but beyond that w kind of took off and really the only other thing that I noticed outside of that. They were playing real chaotic, not super super structured. Just looked discombobulated, and then you get over to a new business and protect literally holds onto his grab for like foil. Yes and it's like there was there was a bunch of times where he could have used it. Either defensively to save some of his teammates and extend the team fight or initiate with an potentially win team fight and Nope, he just sat on it and then when he did use it, he threw it to lake. Horizon Lunar Colony I think because it just went nowhere got nothing and then they just got absolutely destroyed. Yup Listen to Wayne Gretzky protect you miss one hundred percent of the grabs you don't take so. You just gotTa. Do It man you just got? To. It's also a Hawker reference or an office reference depending on what what realm of the world you're in. The other thing too is like every minute that you're not using a graph building. You're not building graph and like if you hold a grab for like three minutes, you could've used a grab that it was like okay and then had another grab by basically the same time So. Yeah it's it's tough and like if you don't have the opportunity to use a grab at all because they're diva is constantly all over you and you don't have the counterplay or they're playing way to spread, then you probably should go on something else. That's better. Pick anyways and use the grab throwaway goldfish swimming dvr, go switch Sigmar anything else. There there's been a lot of issues that we're seeing a lot of the losing teams. They're. They're just like kind of shooting themselves in the foot with like playing what they should be. On the other side man wgn. Phoenix Lake after watching this match. I got really high on this tangle. Especially, ABC Z. Bag has been. Okay. But Gables specially was. Studer Pitt where you saw pack jump up, get damage onto. The Echo over the ACA was even. On. Haven, yeah then. He drops down back behind the cover again, and then you saw gable see right behind him come up boost up finish off the damage and then go back and then Win So comes up to resum they both dive a again and kill him as well. They open it up with two free kills and literally just roll beyond that. So I think that like one of the things especially it's been the tank line coordination for this team. In another team, we'll talk about later. Like it really sets these teams up apart like with the DP s with the one diver as well with the tanks in the one dive deep. Yes as well like. If, you have three people hive minded together you you will find success in grin contenders. And then another name on wgn that you're going to hear. US Talk. A lot absolute tyrant about is ace. When ace is on? The Sambre. Do builds EMP's insanely quick. But then on a newbies, they push team B.. M. Back to the spawn. And then they're like, you know what we got like a minute and a half left we're just going to go sit in front of the spun. And s just sits behind him and mainly heck's the supports like one clip supports drops an EMP. Like gets half of the team just absolutely bullying the back line of Team B, m on a newness and. Team B. M. had no response to ACE's play when he was running the sombre. and. It's super unfortunate that like he's only played this one pick at least what I've seen so far Inoke s on the hog. So good is unmatched in cream contenders I think I, think he might. Only, backed by MAG. But we'll see about that. Hit like he just every time like he forces other people to not play against him because he will just out a out mechanics them out strategy them and like just knows how to play better gets incredible. Pickoffs especially on Havana you saw him on the hog and Gable soon, the sigma they full hold team b. m., there as well So, like this tank line. Alternating CPAC and iino cast depending on whether or not. They're gonNA play the Winston saw shrine oranges run the Road Hog quite often because I think this was still on the playoff patch or like the wwl. Finals Patch. It'll. It's as strong three players on that team like they. Really. Really benefited from there, strong line here and gables the again like we talked about his diva being incredible signals also incredible as well during the scrappy last minute fights where there was a chance that team b. m. was going to be able to. Squeak out the first point actually cap it. he just stayed alive sustained had some good old good rocks Just good play and I think got like a couple of kills here there's also. You're going to start seeing a couple of these names come up next week when we talk not only about Plants and stuff like that but also on recommended. Pickups for teams in the off season because. Couple of teams might be going full Korean here and. There's a lot of new blood that's rear and to get some Odell time in. So I'm excited to see that I actually can't wait to talk about that team that I think is going full Korean 'cause. It's GONNA be interesting to try to put together. A bunch of players out of Korean contenders to slot into that team or and see how close we can get to actually hitting the. the mark on how many people get pulled from creon contenders.
Interview With Matthew McConaughey
"Matthew. Welcome to the show. Good to be here. Tim. How are you sir? I'm doing very well, and I have just an embarrassment of riches in front of me in terms of notes that I would love to to take some stab at covering even a portion of and I thought we could begin with a little backstory for those people who know your work perhaps not your personal story. Let's paint a picture of your parents now lives in preparation for this conversation doing some homework and I came across a quote of yours feel free to fact, check this of course is from the Guardian but it says one of the great images I have my father is on the phone with a cigarette at the airport on the pay phone always peddling. Peddling pipe and how What is what is that for those who don't know been coupling? So he ruin the old business and to drill you obviously pipe couplings connect the pipe to drill for oil. So Dad was in the pipe coupling business and he was he would call it peddling pipe, Paralympic no John Pendant peddling pipe and that twenty did on the phone eight to six, and then he hit the road and Go make personal appearances China. So pipe, he started off as a truck driver than Texaco station down you've Audi we moved to longview Texas oil boom within like six months after being in Longview. Dad like twenty six employees under him. That's how big of an oil boom was, and then obviously at that business through I think around eighty two and he kind of held on from there he was always. Always, peddler is line was great. He was always be never did it never went bankrupt and that was a piece of honor for him not to go bankrupt but he was always after all boom sort of busted he was always act boys if I could just. I just hit a lick and he never did hit that lick. But if if he lick is. Big Sale Olympic is a big cow lick is okay Mr. Jim Magana. Hey I want all my pipe from you and we're going to drill two hundred thousand feet above abide. So says huge count on my Gosh I'm going to supply the pipe to this one large account that would be a lick he never quite yet. So we're going to jump to the other track with mom for a second here and at like to have conversation about or description maybe of mink oil. Could you tell us how oil entered your life? Please I would not be here talking to you right now if it wasn't for the oil of Meek Yeah It was about home fourteen, fifteen years old ninth grade adolescence. My mom starts pedaling again Pentland Milan family was pedaling something my mom starts pedaling this oil of me product door to door sales. Look here you put this mink oil on your face it brings out all the impurities that you have and watch those impurities all come out. You then have clear glowing in for the rest of your life that was sort of the sales pitch right? Well, I'm fifteen I got a few pimples as any fifteen year old does one night. My mom goes well, you should choose this all. Great you're let me do that. Sure. So I started putting this oil make on my face every night before I go to bed, and after about a week, I wake up and got more pimples than I had a week. And I check in the mirror go to Mama as don't she goes that exactly what is supposed to to pull out all the impurities keep doing it stick with it sure. I'd just religiously keep putting it on after two weeks. Now seem to be run into a problem. He I've got I've. got a whole full of pimples and it's it's it's getting pretty severe back. She's Oh. Wow. You've just got more impurities then I thought you just keep keep doing it going to keep bringing out those impurities I keep it up three weeks. Go by now I've got full blown acne and I'm really concerned my mom's staying on with no stick with it all coming out well I sneak off to the dermatologist on my own. And this was not my mom's recommendation I, sneak there on. In, take a bottle of this Mako. Doc Look at my face. This is put on your face shown this bodies liberty reads ladies like Oh no, no, no, no, no no. No this is i. someone that's like forty year old or not a teenage child who's got oily pours anyway this blocking your pores your pores can't breathe. You are ten days away from having ice pick holes in your face from acne get you off this. Okay as we also have to get you on this stuff got accutane. It's a years worth of medicine. It will dry you up there will have its complications, but it'll be better than in the acting that you can have APSO boom. I could on the accutane off the oil of make and around that time my dad who's always as peddling and look and how to hit lick. says. Damn Boy I. We got a lawsuit against his company. Them becoming I mean you're you're looking at me look you. You're all swollen up. So he takes me to see lawyer remember lawyers, Jerry hairs. So I'm sitting down with my dad and his lawyer Jerry Harrison new think we got a case and he asked me like you know, hey, did you confidence lower? We know with these these pimples you've got this acne down by guess Sir because we are you doing good with the girls and I said, no, sir, not at all he his eyes light up and I can tell that even at my age fifteen he he's building his case goes. Emotional. Distress you were under emotional are under emotional distress and I look at them and I'm like Sure Yeah Moshe stress in Jerry's. Gosh Dog, we can get thirty five to fifty thousand dollars. Emotional distress go long way Jim Medaglia caught. At fifty thousand dollars a way to goes on, and so that's getting all excited about this deal. We're GONNA make fifty thousand dollars off of my emotional distress is youngest son. So anyway, meanwhile on accutane. Takes a year to get clear up and you get Scaly Dandruff in your knees. Hurt you get slits in your mouth and everything else but much better than this acne and this Jackie clear in this acne up on my faith well, as lawsuits go they drag on awhile. So come two years later I'm back in Jerry Harrison office sitting across the table from the from the defense attorney and now my Hackley's cleared up. Okay and this lawyer sits there and starts off the conversation with us. Oh my gosh. Must have been so emotionally distressful and I'm like he's Lavin Mu Softball here I'm going to knock this out of the par. Yes. It was highly emotional distressful and he's got you confidence was down. He did it again with this guy dude he's a horrible. Tea In me up we're just it out apart. Yes. It was almost the distressful. My confidence was low wasn't doing well with girls. I mean man it was bad stuff. Sir and I'm sitting here thinking we got this case.
"You're hearing is a city council meeting. In Berkeley California Watt One minute unity members are calling into comment in favor of renaming one of Berkeley's trees Monica. I'd like to speak to number eleven as well. My Name is money show Josh I'm a professor of education at the University of San Francisco, thank you for your support of Culebra Guy Way this is an important moment for Asian Americans Berkeley one in five Berkeley residents is Asian American and we have a long and vibrant history here but you wouldn't know that from our streets our schools are parks and our buildings where at a historic folks are calling in to advocate for a street in Berkeley to be renamed Della Guy. South Asian immigrant who came to Berkeley over one hundred years ago. Anyhow numbers my name is he I'm releasing cal Grad who graduated back in May of this year there really is sincere excitement among the Berkeley student community when it comes to this renaming, I think especially among students of color in South Asian students in particular were all itching to see ourselves represented such concrete way Pun completely intended Hello good evening, Mr Mayor and City Council members leading was Michelle McGowan, and calling in from Washington DC and on behalf of Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in historic preservation I'm here to support the naming of callow. Guy Way to the best of our knowledge. The City of Berkeley has little to no landmarks, monuments or markers recognizing the historical and cultural contributions of Asian Americans or Pacific Islander I for. One and he goes for the Berkeley South Asian radical history walking tour speaking in support of caliber guy way you heard from just a couple of US tonight while others are watching the live streaming APP station of your boat stories of club often ignored by Berkeley institutions, and yet we know that telling of bigger more inclusive history of Berkeley has the power to transform. US and our city, a clever guy we allows us to both honor her and reconcile difficult moments for history. Thank you for voting in favor of caliber guy way giving us something to celebrate during these especially tough times that last person you heard was Bernales Gosh one of the main organizers of this renaming campaign I called her up to learn more I am Barnett Lico. Im One of the creators of the Berkeley Salvation. Walking tour so I would Tim South Asian South Asian American. I grew up in India and moved to renounce five i. you she her pronounce. So we've been doing Berkeley Salvation Radical History Walking tour since twenty twelve and Iran these tourists with my partner honor Van Chatterjee. Through the tours, we take a disappearance in groups of about twenty around the city of Berkeley and make stops at places that are of historical importance South Asian Americans, and we tell stories of resistance in. That happened in the City of Berkeley and those histories go back over a hundred plus years. So we share stories of cure organizing youth organizing after nine eleven, stories of feminist and freedom fighters. And we include stories also of oppression not only that our community has faced but also oppressions within our own community say homophobia or caste system. I asked her how she came to learn about caliber guy and organized this campaign under about an I are always looking for things that happened at Berkeley and trying to understand what the lives of people who live here. especially in the early nineteen hundreds was like when we started doing the tours, we definitely didn't know enough about caliber guy maybe a few years ago. I heard her oral history on the South Asian American digital archives website and I came across both the video and early history where she mentioned Berkeley and that immediately caught my Attention. But there's an extra factor that makes her relationship to Berkeley particularly unique. Her main relationship to the city was that she was turned away from the city and I think that district people up in trying to understand why is it in Berkeley team after caliber guy when she may be never even lived here
Choosing A College When You Don't Know Your Major
"It might surprise you to know that fifty percent of students enter College as Undeclared Majors undecided or Undead. Layered refers to an admitted or an enrolled student who has not yet selected a major now while there's nothing wrong with being Undeclared. It does mean that you have to ask yourself different questions about your building your college list. For example, you would need to think about which schools are best for undecided students. What makes a good college for undecided majors and should I go to a college with a lot of Majors or apply to specific schools many different types of schools. So what does it mean to be undecided again off when you apply and you haven't selected a major and a major is an area of study that you pursue through your course work. For instance. If you're a history major, you're going to take a majority took courses in history. And if you're an engineering major, you're going to spend a lot of time taking engineering classes and upper level math classes. So one thing I want you to know that job Being an undecided major is temporary. You don't graduate from college undecided the purpose of coming in as an undecided or Undeclared major is to get the student time to decide on what they truly want to major in before they have to declare it now different schools have different times when a student needs to declare their major and maybe at the end of their first year or the beginning of their second year and there are some schools that allow you up to your junior year to declare your major. Now, I do want you to know that being undecided wage doesn't mean that you can't build your list. It just means that you have a different checklist and a different criteria for picking your universities. So let's talk about things that you need to consider as an Undeclared major. So number one decide on the location. Do you want to stay close to home or are you willing to travel a distance to get your education wage? This could open up possibilities as you're thinking through your college list. So decide on the limits of how far you're willing to travel is a necessary First Step number to think about your in-game. So what is your ultimate career goal? And even if you're not very clear on exactly what it is you want to do think about a general area or some common themes about what it is that you want to do and then begin to write down a list of all of the majors that will help you get to that career goal. So, you know, if you want to start college Undeclared and you're thinking about, you know, various Majors many different majors and you can't just pick one then you might benefit from options provided by larger University so that you have more Majors from which to choose so try to find a school that offers a great number of authors. Ends that you're potentially interested in and then that way as you're taking some of your first year courses your core courses it gives you time to think through exactly what it is that you want to change number three consider an open curriculum college. Now, there are some colleges with what's called an open curriculum program is designed to enable students to develop their own program of study with the help of Faculty advisors. So schools like Amherst Brown Wake Forest vs are offer Open golf program. So you go in and you really go in Undeclared and you're allowed to build your course of study with the help of your advisor off. So, you know think again about those types of colleges on your list number four, and I think this one's really important but make sure you have support Wrap-around support services. So there are some colleges that have advising for Undeclared undecided majors and it's really important to make sure that you know the schools on your list do Provide support for students who check that box on their application as undistracted or Undeclared schools such as University of Maine and also USC University of Southern California. They have very strong Undeclared advising for students to help them begin to think about what it is that they want to do number five think about extracurricular activities, you know, you you're thinking of, you know, don't just focus on the program of study. But if you're as you're looking at schools, you want to take a look at the types of wage Opportunities and experiences experiences that you can have through society's through professional organizations. For example, let's say you'll enjoy writing but you're not exactly sure what you want to do with that. Well, maybe there's a campus magazine or journalism club or a college paper. Those are all great ways for them to explore writing a little bit more to see the type of writing a major you may be interested in pursuing. So it's important to get some of that real life experience and you can use the extra curricular activities as ways to do some Discovery as well as Co-op experiences research opportunities and jobs internships any kind of hands-on experience and positions that will allow you to discover a little bit more what it is that you may want to do Thursday.
Interview With Whitney Wang
"Welcome to embedded I am Ille- Co alongside Christopher White. Today we are going to talk about professional Taco copters. Well actually prescriptions delivered via drones in places where growth's aren't viable. I guest is Whitney Wong from ZIP line. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. Could you tell us a bit about yourself? Sure. As we said. Hong I'm embedded software engineer at supply. Supply is start and we make high-speed fixed-wing drones that deliver essential medical supplies around the world. Joins a blind a year ago straight out of college, and I actually have a background in mechanical and aerospace engineering. Building robots sand. Really, excited to be here today. We are excited to ask about drones and. Some world travel. But before that, we want to do a lightning round where we ask short questions may watch for. And if we'RE BEHAVIORAL OURSELVES WE WON'T ASK WHY. Are you ready. Good To to complete one project started as. Well. In practice I definitely start doesn't but in theory I would definitely like to compare one. Do you have a favorite acronym. That's a good question. I don't actually have a favorite acronym, but I have at least data acronym cuts new. Okay it's it's one of those reclusive acronyms. It's very annoying. If, you could teach college courses what would you like to teach? I took this really amazing course when I was in college called transformations in art and engineering and it combined art and engineering, we've got to do a lot of really cool embedded. He projects and was really free form and yeah very creative So I would definitely like to teach a class like that. Drone. Or Quad. Copter. I guess Quad Copter is a subset of droned. Depending on your definition but. Said fixed-wing. So What is the silliest application you've seen? ooh. Twenty question i. I guess. One of the summers for my internships. I worked at a startup where we try to make an indoor drone. It was basically a quad copter encompassed in a ball and it looked like the death star so. That was pretty fun. Cool. Do you have a tip everyone should know. Yeah Don't be afraid to get started I definitely seen many of my peers. get really intimidated by Harvard projects coming from like same more pure software background but you know, don't be afraid to to just like get moving in and make mistakes and learn along the way. Okay. So tell me about zip-line. fixed-wing launchers. Give us the rundown. Yeah. So the technology is pretty cool but it seems kind of random men and a kind of strange If you look at it from like today's perspective just watching videos online how it works is actually we have a swing drones. They look like tiny airplanes. They an operator assembles these drums on a launcher, which is basically a high speed catapult. The operators hit a button and these drones catapulted into the sky at a hundred kilometers per hour. So these drones, then move across the sky and We actually have a service radius of about eighty kilometers, which is about fifty miles and when it reaches the final delivery site which is typically a hospital or health facility in any of the countries that we serve. It will open. It's payload doors release a package with a parachute attached to it, and that package will guide to the ground and the local doctors who requested the order will go in retrieved package. Are Jones will autonomously fly home and it will actually. Do something that we referred to as a recovery, which is essentially It doesn't have landing gear. So what it does is it has a tiny centimeter long hook. At the end of its tail boom, and there is a big trust structure where our original like launching location is so like the recovery system is right next to that catapult launcher. And on top of this big trust. Will be a a line essentially like fishing line attached across this trust structure. The line will snap up as the drone reports keep. Yes. Location at a sub centimeter level accuracy back to the ground station and it will engage with the line catch on. So it's pretty magical looking.
"new buildings" Discussed on Happier with Gretchen Rubin
"This is building that the new building a little grove of trees right in their lobby and i was like oh my gosh this is this is just feel so cool to be by these trees so gretchen does this mean we should be like noting when they were outside like ten minutes eighteen minutes yeah well the thing is it does seem to be so specific and it you know 'em but it's true that we tend to manage what we monitor that when we want somebody mccown internalize it is often helpful to just count it an i'm this is something i talked a lot about my book better there before about haven't changed is that for a lot of people the strategy of monitoring can be very powerful because it's like if you it's easy to think oh i never do it or i always do it are you you don't realize it's hard to to know how much is happening but when you are actually monitoring it and then also it tends to be the kind of thing where you notice when you're not doing it you're like oh i realize oh break the chain i've been doing this three days in a row but today i'm not just for many many people a this is helpful now i will say this is the kind of thing that doesn't feel more like a questioner then to a rebel rebel may not want to do this they're like i love nature i wanna be outside i love using my body i love being in nature that's better for them than trying to feel like okay i've got like meet some kind of question am i feel like a hundred twenty minutes is arbitrator except that here there does seem to research suggesting that it is not arbitrary that it is they have kind of measured it 'em and to be clear you can spend more time should you like just enjoy nature yes yes but you don't have to spend more time yeah yeah well i look at exit man in urban environment well yeah it's like when you do a loop on the disney lot like you're outside and you're getting exercise but you're not in h so you're getting i don't think yes i don't think that those loops counted as nature that no like being on a giant parking lot doesn't got his nature guess i guess not well let us know if you do try this at home and how spending a hundred and twenty minutes a week in nature works for you or whether you just try the sense of nature time in nature whether or not you hit the one one it exactly let us know on instagram twitter facebook drop us an email at podcast at gretchen and moving dot com or go to happier cast dot com slash two two nine four everything related to this episode including the link to that new york times article that i mentioned coming up we've got a hack the makes it easier to spend time outside first so listen this is happiness hack which is comes from you and which is very fitting because it actually makes it easier just spend time outside when you're amy you're a hunter twenty minutes a week a what's you're has yes okay grudge so one of these issues they have when i'm hiking is carrying things 'cause i have to carry like my glucose monitor 'cause i'm a type one diabetic cheese i liked to have my my icebreakers various items then 'em but i don't wanna bring a bag.
"new buildings" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Density allowances for new buildings downtown. I the city hasn't been up to the new state standards for how many units building owners can create on a given property in the council has voted unanimously to move ahead with plans that would allow developers to double the number of market rate. Units allowed if they build enough forcible housing says Santa Rosa supervising planner. Jessica Jones, really what this ordinances trying to do is to. Be part of the broader citywide effort to address the housing issues in the council's housing goals. She says the density changes would become into downtown near transit with the idea of reducing sprawl and making the now sleepy downtown area. More vibrant that was the goal that started before thousands of people lost their homes in the fall of twenty seventeen. Now, it takes on more urgency council member, Julie combs, this density. Bonus ordinance update is key. Needs a key goal that our council has had in stimulating housing in Santa Rosa. This is this is a major piece of that. The city is also voted to reduce fees for new buildings and as expedited processing for some residential developments. Megan gold, speak KCBS threat of catastrophic. Wildfires has driven a northern California town to launch a goat fund me campaign to bring herds of goats to city owned land to help clear brushes Vata city, beginning online crowdsourcing campaign last month with the goal of raising thirty thousand dollars for the project was behind it say because it takes time to secure grant funding. The town needs money now to hire local goat ranchers because they're only available this winter city officials say the ranchers have already rented out there herds to their municipalities for the rest of the year. And that the town's four hundred and fifty acres of green belt makes it especially vulnerable. Vulnerable to fires. It's a great little town. And there's lots of great eating establishments there. It's a lot of fun on the Yuba river. KCBS news time is six forty four. We're going to have a sportsline update in just one minute arranger station..
"new buildings" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For new buildings downtown. I the city hasn't been up to the new state standards for how many units building owners can create on a given property in the council has voted unanimously to move ahead with plans that would allow developers to double the number of market rate units allowed if they build enough affordable housing says Santa Rosa supervising planner. Jessica Jones, really what this ordinances trying to do is to. Be part of the broader citywide effort to address the housing issues and the council's housing goals. She says the density changes would be coming to downtown near transit with the idea of reducing sprawl and making the now sleepy downtown area. More vibrant that was the goal that started before thousands of people lost their homes in the fall of twenty seventeen. Now, it takes on more urgency council member, Julie combs, this density. Bonus ordinance update is a key. Need to key goal. That are council has had in stimulating housing in Santa Rosa. This is this is a major piece of that. The city is also voted to reduce fees for new buildings and expedited processing for some residential developments. Megan gold, speak KCBS, new team overnight workers is trying to help homeless people who end up sleeping on Bart trains or in stations because they have nowhere else to go. Bart spokesperson Alicia tros telling KPI x five team is based in contra Costa county, and is especially focused on the end of the line stations in Richmond and Antioch. They're working with the Bart..
"new buildings" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"In the new building near the football field. Four four eight nine two two seven zero three look coming up in a little bit. We've got a number of young entrepreneurs you're coming in here. Young gifted black in hustling righteously. And so, you know, I'm trying to get your mind into certain place tomorrow, we're going to be so, you know, you never know how your blessing on the com-. I just put on Facebook earlier today. If you sell insurance, call me and hit me up and so tomorrow, we're going to be talking about insurance of every kind. And guys when people come in tomorrow about insurance. And. And so I already got my team coming tomorrow. So if I hang call you then me now use you another time. Facebook is a magical. You can just ask for things about fifty people in boxes. Texas. I just got off the phone Patricia Forshaw communist represent eighty different companies. So I'm gonna get you some insurance demar live insurance health all kinds of show. But today, we're gonna talk to these young on the thirties. Who said that, you know, Magic Johnson. All of them other ones need to move over. Because there's a new crop of entrepreneurs coming up. And Israel really intended to help you to jump. Start the dreams of your teenager your kid for Noor..
"new buildings" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"In business with Barry ritholtz on Bloomberg radio. My special guest today is Francis reimbursed. He is a real estate developer an author of literary agent and a philanthropist. He's the founder of time equities one of the larger real estate developers here in Manhattan in New York City, perhaps he is best known as the creator of the residential co op his autobiography is risk game. Self portrait of an entrepreneur Francis. Green burger welcome to Bloomberg. Thanks, very, so I'm kind of fascinated by your background and your history, and we're gonna get into a lot of the details. But the obvious question what sparked your interest in in real estate coming from a background working in the book? Business was pretty intuitive. I I remember this day. I was walking down the streets looking at buildings looking at architecture thinking about built environments and thinking about real estate in New York. And realized that I had some sort of a visceral connection with it. That defied my background or any particular typically logical connection with my past. So in your book risk game. You wrote something that stayed with me, quote, the real estate industry has created far more bankruptcies than billionaires, unquote. Explain that, well, I think. If you look around New York, and I was walking here past for instance. Harry math close gallery on Park Avenue. Harry who I know is a mixed career. He's had some incredible successes. But he's had some incredible failures all in New York City real estate. So it's about timing. It's about risks. And it's about what you choose to do or not do. So let's talk about timing and risks. You bought a piece of land down at fifty west street back in the nineteen eighty s with the plan to either develop it or redevelop in the future, and then that piece of property lived through September eleventh and the great financial crisis. Tell us a little bit about your history with fifty west. Okay. Actually when I bought it. I wasn't thinking of redeveloping it. I was thinking of it more as an income property, and it was fully leased. I think it made about a ten percent return. So it it looked like something I could just hold onto and over time watch rents go up and hopefully expenses keep stable and growing income and growing value around. In in the nineties. We lost some tenants and. New York was just beginning to think about downtown as a mixed use environment. I mean that was very non-residential back in the day. Right. Very non-residential although battery park already existed, and there was something older Giuliani plan which offered tax benefits. If you converted commercial properties to residential. So we were actually started to convert part of the building. And was I think one of the first. Properties to qualify under that plan. By nineteen by two thousand and five we may be converted half the building. But there was a lot of major work that we need to consider. And we realized that the sighting of the building was such that if a hot demolished it and build a new building would be extraordinarily views from the apartment. So we began to study that as an option, and you spend a lot of money on architects, just even thinking about this, right? We spent you know, one of the surprises. When you go into development is land is expensive. Well, preparing plans is very expensive and we develop full plans for the building which at that point was to be a hotel and condominium apartment complex. But our plans got interrupted by the course of events. In the financial world. So let's talk a little bit about that. Here's a building that you're racing to meet the deadline for certain tax advantages. You've already built the foundation. You've sunk a lot of the main support beams. But you haven't started building the building itself and then September fifteenth. Oh, eight Leman brothers collapses into bankruptcy. And I think you were talking about a five hundred million dollar financing for the whole project from start to finish. What did the collapse of Lehman Brothers due to that development? Well, I recognized almost immediately that building into that kind of financial environment would be disastrous. So I made the decision very quickly to pull the plug halt development. And wait for a better day. In other words, not actually give up the property, but hey, let's postpone this project until credit freeze up. Bit credit freeze up and credit is only one part of the equation, if it's for sale housing the way, this was condominiums there had to be a willing market to buy it. Because otherwise, you might have the financing, but you have to pay it back, right? Next sense. So, but that ran into a problem almost immediately didn't it. Yes. I had a little misunderstanding with with the Bank who had financed. The foundation construction for me. Even though I told them what I was doing. And they seem to concur. All of a sudden in January. They sent me a letter saying I was in default because my loan required me to continue building. No matter what. And of course, I called him and said, are you crazy? Anyway, I don't really know what was going on within a couple of weeks. They backed off. And we we negotiated the agreement to allow for the interim period that would be needed until the market was was suitable in both from financing point of view as well as a buying point. And how did the building ultimately turn out? Well, it turned out very very well coming up. We continue our conversation with.
"new buildings" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Nations always special. Embraced. More of a gesture appreciated. I love it that the guys are embracing it, especially a daylight staff who he and Draymond always make those jokes about how they were here before things got good. So they've got a little better tied the to the station. I liked it. They joke on that stuff. A riff on that also like this Steph likes playing at oracle because it is a home-court advantage of something. That's unique. I think here and that honestly that is my biggest fear in going to chase center is just that you lose that five. And I don't think I consider that. I know people talk about the candlestick vibe versus AT and T part. But the championships came at AT and T parks. So it's a little bit different. I compare it more to I mean, we'll see what happens I'm more fearful of a of a Levi stadium effect. That's I mean, that's what I'm just based on the we're looking at the at the techie. I I'm just that's my only concern is are we and again, I'm not saying that crowds not an oracle right now. But there's something about it staying in your building versus being at a new building. I'm going to be a little nostalgic about dif- when they go to that new building. It's going it's not going to be like oracle. Law. They're going to be able to go after they're nice new luxury suites. The there's going to be a lot of Levi stuff. Yeah. It looks here. Another one from Steph your post on that feeling right? When he just starts to heat up, and he knew and you feel it as a fan when you're watching your dude put the ball and steps hands anything. He shoots right now is going to drop. They asked him. Does. He get that feeling or what's it feel like when you know, it's going to be your night. Third three in the first quarter. Transition and everything felt that rhythm. Yeah. He's starting to get good looks. You don't really have to force anything to find them. Then you just can repeat that same motions going crowd gets into my teammates are encouraging me the last three in the first quarter is probably the funniest thing. I've experienced a accord two guys on our team yell at me through towers at the free throw line by don't pass. It don't pass it you better shoot it all that type of stuff, and that's going through my I'm hearing that driven down. And it's of all the motivation, you need just launch. And thankfully, went to see Dave whispered something in my ear there. That's absolutely true. And he said that the analytics dies the does who were looking at your plus minus. And these other knows I mean basketball for me, the analytics are tough. I've just I don't get them as much, you know, it's it's it's hard to break down. It's hard to decide how to apply each statistic with Dave said to me, though, was in reference to what staff said there is that when I was coming down the floor. I felt the momentum. I felt the rhythm. It was kind of a heat. Check three you can't quantify the heat. Check three. It's just something you feel an any guy or girl who has ever played pickup basketball you play in a guy knocks down two shots. And he dribbles of corden heaves another one three guys on the quarter yellow each. Guy. Does you just feel it and shooters feel it you can't quantify it? It's like when they say it's like a guy being a slump in baseball are being red hot. He's just locked in. There was no way to measure. Why Marco scooter oh had like three swings and misses for the final months of the season in two thousand twelve can't quantify when a guy's just locked in like that not at all quarterbacks will tell you that too when they're rookies and everything the games one hundred miles an hour, Tom Brady sees it in super slow motion. Yeah, he sees everything. I I read the article from drew Brees we mentioned to here in the leadoff spot to an article from verb about how when he was going for the fifty thousand guards, Mark they were tallying. It was just this piece. They didn't ESPN and you made a comment about you know, being able to see over the line because they always talk about how short he is. He said, I'm not sure how the taller, but there are times where I don't even. I can't see at all. And I just my guys I feel like he's open. He said the word field. That's got me. I felt like he was open. He could hear it. Yeah. He could hear it team. Yeah. Let's hear another one from Steph here. This was his matching his oracle career high in points during the last season at oracle. How important was that for you Steph, especially the third quarter? When you hear the crowd going crazy. I love playing in.
"new buildings" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Has a new building will give those students access to the latest technology, particularly if you're going to be in Madison, you want to be on that cutting edge, and you want to be the lightest hands on treatment. And you'll get it here. Health science center. President Michael Williams says the building will house the schools of medicine and pharmacy as well. As an eye research institute is one of the few buildings. I'm aware of in healthcare that allows the opportunity for different disciplines of healthcare toward directly together to train together. He says that give students a better idea of what to expect when they leave school and start working at a hospital or in a practice at UNT health science center at Fort Worth Alan Scaia, NewsRadio. Ten eighty KRLD day three of deliberations in Fort Worth and the attempted murder trial of Cleveland woman who has accused of trying to kill her son. Prosecutors say that forty two year old Anita that for Tut subjected her son to numerous unnecessary surgeries, and then tried to starve him to death. The defense says the Tutt was following the advice of her doctors KRLD legal analyst Ed Klein says that the case comes down to expert witnesses and family history. I think in this case, they're not only going to have to weigh what those experts are talking about. But also. So the background the upbringing. The jury got the case on Tuesday, and has indicted indicated rather to the judge that it is making progress capital murder indictments have been returned against a man and a woman accused of robbing and murdering an elderly pleasant grove man on July twenty eight eighty five year old Edward Sebastian was killed in his home in pleasant grove, his pickup, truck and lawn. Equipment, were stolen the lawn. Gear was pond several days later forty year old David Richardson was arrested after he was involved in an accident while driving a stolen pickup truck. Investigators say Sebastian had been suffocated by Richardson and nineteen year old Maekelae carpenter who had met at a dart. Stop minutes earlier. They say the lawn gear had been sold upon shops and along crews operating in the area. Investigators say carpenter was arrested in Greenville a short time later on a drug charge. Both have been indicted for capital murder. Meaning if convicted both could be locked up for life without parole LP. Phillips, News Radio ten eighty KRLD. The corps of engineers is watching the level of Lewisville lake as water levels are rising water started seeping under the damn back in two thousand fifteen and Lewisville lake has reached its highest level since then the corps of engineers. Klay church says that the water level is still five feet below the level where the water would start running down the emergency spillway. If the water does top the spillway, he says that the system is set up to release water downstream in order to keep the pressure from building on the dams continue to watch the weather as everyone in the north central Texas area are and ready to ensure that those flood risk management reservoirs in the system continues to operate. Parker county is warning people who live in the horseshoe bend area that they may need to have back. You wait as the brazos river authority opens floodgates upstream. The brazos river authority says that it made need to open a floodgate that would cause flooding in horseshoe bend. If the area gets another one to three inches. Of rain. But one expert says that we may be shocked by the number of priests and other church officials fac- molestation allegations in Louisiana. The warming warning comes rather as the church gets ready to unveil decades of hidden cases of suspected sexual abuse of kids as the archdiocese prepares to release a list of how many local priests have credible allegations against them of child molestation. One expert at LSU says brace yourself remember could be high, and it could be rather startling for many Catholics LSU associate professor of religious studies. Michael Pasquet says that's based on what other diocese have released recently, including the one in Pennsylvania several hundred priests were on that list. Officials say the New Orleans list is coming out sooner than later. Dave Cohen for CBS news, New Orleans. Well, do you have conflict with a colleague at work today may be the best day to make amends, and we'll tell you why up next. Plus, we'll have a look at. Traffic and weather together on the eight right now, it's twelve thirty five the.
"new buildings" Discussed on KCBS All News
"One zero six nine and AM seven forty KCBS. KCBS news time four twenty area women's Fitbit device led investigators to arrest her ninety year old step mother father for her death. Officials say Tony was arrested on suspicion of murdering 67-year-old Karen Navarra earlier this month, the San Francisco Chronicle reports that Nevada's Fitbit recorded a rapid rise in her heart rate before a sudden drop off zero helping San Jose police piece together clues to her death newspaper reports that an autopsy found multiple deep in intrusive wounds to her head and facial area likely inflicted by a small hatchet or acts. Police say nearby cameras captured the suspect's car at Navarre's home at the same time her fitbit's showed her heartbeat rapidly. Falling report finds it rent increases are slowing down nationally for the first time since the great recession. KCBS Matt Bigler found out many bay area. Residents say that they'll believe it when they see it. The report from Zillow finds that the median rent across the US remained unchanged from a year ago. The main reason is more housing is finally coming online. I think seen physically all the construction people are very hopeful. With Lauren laundry says the lease for her rent controlled apartment on Treasure Island is still going up and the newest housing here isn't cheap. I have a few friends friends that just moved into the new buildings that they've been doing towards like the hundred point area, and they're still came wait a minute. It's still really difficult for folks Rhett Lambert originally from SF says hi housing, drove him out of state to Grand Rapids. Michigan lower entry point as far as investing in state. Rents are so relatively high. So it's actually just named the number one housing housing market by USA today. So it's exciting time to be there. Yes. The latest bay.
"new buildings" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"New building Chandler public safety training center. Is, an auditorium. A climbing tower more Chandler mayor j tips rainy. Highlights are focused. To continue to provide our residents the finest police. And fire responders, in, the state, if, not. The contrary Chandler police chief Sean Duggan says policing is. Changing all the time this new facility helps provide the best training this will. Help, us meet those changes head on and, really address the. Challenges of twenty first century. Policing not just now but well into the future in October ground will be broken on face to a. New police firing range, Kathy Klein KTAR news Seven twenty five. Now it's detour Dan from the valley Chevy dealers traffic center Vega Jim the crash. List is starting to pick up and it's really no. Surprise, we're, halfway through the seven o'clock hour. You're almost and. It looks like the service streets are taking the brunt of. It only one freeway crash at the moment that's on the. Southbound state route fifty one northern on ramp in that wreck has been moved off to the right so. You're able to enter the freeway without a restriction now However I mentioned the, service street wrecks there's a, bunch now we've got Rex at Roosevelt at eighty three rd avenue seventh avenue north of, the I. Ten seventh avenue and McDowell that's, also off very close to that seventh avenue north yet they may be one of the. Same ninety second street in Shay injury wreck in Scottsdale road at. McDonald's traffic. Rights malfunction good news baselines been. Reopened but, they're still tree debris in the. Roadway baseline east and westbound east of yogurt. Road be careful I'd still at white it personally and you got closures of Scottsdale road deer valley road, to pinnacle peak, for lines down same thing at Pima road north and southbound.
"new buildings" Discussed on KCBS All News
"On how strong new buildings should be a requirement for cities to identify buildings at risk of collapse democratic drena's aaron represents north hollywood he says the economic damage could be disastrous we closed down shops or businesses for years you're going to be seeing a great amount of displacement not just of the economy but of people eventually leaving the state others like dan done moyer president of the california building industry association say that earthquake safety involves a difficult balancing act the challenge is finding the balance between building housing more forcible and still safe for property and for people of the board of the structural engineers association of california unanimously voted in january in favor of stronger minimum building standards christine were there all news sister station knx in los angeles cbs news time seven twenty five it's moneywatch stocks ended mixed the dow jones industrials rose one hundred fifteen points or nearly half a percent while the nasdaq closed fifteen points lower loss of two tenths percent and the s and p five hundred lost two points bloomberg reports bayer's efforts to win antitrust approval for its proposed acquisition of monsanto have not yet satisfied officials in washington people familiar with the matter say the justice department does not think a plan to sell businesses goes far enough the food and drug administration published a formal notice that in intense to start regulating nicotine it is the first step in an fda antismoking plan the agency wants to lower the level of nicotine in cigarettes so they are no longer addictive more young people are considering careers as airline pilots the nation's major carriers are hiring pilots at the fastest rate since nine eleven and hiring is expected to remain brisk a boeing forecast says the.
"new buildings" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You want to be a part of the program i have known orrin hatch for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate uh the republican bill is as anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich at is one of my biggest complaints about republicans at yep twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent paid no federal income taxes none zero so we have redistribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe and i would argue that the republicans have been abandoned that and while they what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middle class tax cuts is phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they passed you know drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engine of economic growth that will get people off of food stamps outta poverty and back to work what this election was really all about i know and always spend an inordinate amount of time against the never ending attacks against the president but this is what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own we're here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics reaganomics the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk in reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also steven more is with us distinguish visiting fellow or project for economic growth at the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program i sean um larry when you are on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the pushed towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false try agree i would only add immediate expecting for new buildings.
"new buildings" Discussed on KOIL
"Of the program i have known orrin hatch for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate uh the republican bill is as anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich at is one of my biggest complaints about republicans that twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent pay no federal income taxes none zero so we have redistribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe and i would argue that the republicans have abandoned that and while they're what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middle class tax cuts is phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they pass drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engine of economic growth that will get people off of food stamps out of poverty and back to work what this election was really all about i know and we spend an inordinate amount of time against that never ending attacks against the president with this is what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own anyway here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics reaganomics the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk in reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also steven more is with us distinguish visiting fellow or project for economic growth of the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program how sean larry when you were on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the push towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false try agree i would only add needed it for new buildings in technology aipac your insurer with great story low um if.
"new buildings" Discussed on KELO
"You want to be a part of the program i have known orrin hatch for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate the republican bill is has anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich and as one of my biggest complaints about republicans that yep twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent pay no federal income taxes none zero so we have redistribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe in i would argue that the republicans have been abandoned that and while they're what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middle class tax cuts is phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they passed drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engine of economic growth that will get people off of food stamps out of poverty and back to work with this election was really all about i know we spend an inordinate amount of time against that never ending attacks against the president but this is what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own way here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics reaganomics the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk and reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also steven more is with us distinguish visiting fellow or project for economic growth of the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program how sean larry when you were on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the push towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false try agree i would only add the natick found for new buildings and technology.
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"You want to be a part of the program i have known orrin hatch for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie uh that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate uh the republican bill is has anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich at is one of my biggest complaints about republicans at yep twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent pay no federal income taxes none zero so we have redistribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe and i would argue that the republicans have been abandoned that uh and while they're what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middleclass tax scott as phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they passed you know drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engine of economic growth that will get people off of food stamps out of poverty and back to work with this election was really all about i know and all we spend an inordinate amount of time against the never ending attacks against the president but this is what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own and if we're here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics reaganomics the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk and reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also stay even more is with us distinguish visiting fellow or project for economic growth at the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program hi sean um larry when you were on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the push towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false try agree i would only add these are needed it for new buildings and technology frick.
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"The full cost the new buildings of equipment none have to depreciate over thousands and thousands of months as i say fogs amin in any other republican presidents hans conservative washington would be doing hand stands they'd be begging to be invited the white house christmas party they all want to be photographed with the president and first lady at the white house christmas parties it's just i was going to say stunning but nothing stomach anymore it just sad this continued opposition not rooted in anything it electrical these reforms are arguably adds significant on the corporate side as the reagan reforms of 1980 one were on the individual side and they stand a good chance of being enduring too two longlasting for those of you in real linda unlikely we're ever going back up to a 35 percent corporate rate or returning to a world wide tax system but that's not all trump's deregulation has been in full gear the epa is on spoiling major obama era rules we have pulled out of every silly climate agreement of the united nations the waters of the united states are the clean power plan obama has put us in our gone the fcc has reversed obama's attempt to take over control of the internet it's called net neutrality obama this is another one obama as you well know blocked the keystone pipeline to appease environmentalist wackos who argued that the future of the planet was stake trump green lighted the it without a fuss and other fracking and other drilling other pipelines trump has authorized them as such the new york federal reserve is predicting that we may hit four percent gdp growth in the fourth quarter of this year which basically has ten days to go nine days whatever it we're whenever near the end of the year near the end of the month now lowery concludes may be any republican would've done much of what trump has but three acts standout pulling out of a paris accords decertifying the iran deal and declaring jerusalem the capital of israel all three demonstrated imperviousness to pull light opinion i e the establishment way of thinking that is one of trump's signature qualities and let's not forget the president began the process of ending obama's amnesty for socalled dreamers and up next is trump attacking and eliminating chain migration you want fox the stuff that has been done this year the economic rebound.
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"Is eight hundred nine four one sean you want to be a part of the program i have known earned hands for all these years i don't think i've ever heard him that animated ever because it is an absolute lie that this bill that they're gonna hopefully pass in the senate the republican bill is has anything of any benefit to anybody that is quote rich and is one of my biggest complaints about republicans that you have twenty percent of americans the pay most of the taxes in this country 50 percent paid no federal income taxes none zero so we have the distribution now if you believe in supplyside conservative economics reaganomics which i have always believed in and continue to believe and i would argue that the republicans have been abandoned that uh and while they're what they're doing on the corporate side is phenomenal middle class tax cuts as phenomenal repatriation is phenomenal uh when they passed drilling an anwar and energy independence that's phenomenal for economic growth the engineer nama growth that will get people off of food stamps outta poverty and back to work what this election was really all about i know and we spend an inordinate amount of time against that never ending attacks against the president but the osce's what's gonna make the difference on top of the growth of we've already gotten because of the end of burdensome regulation that the president did on his own anyway here to weigh in on all of this larry kudlow cnbc host former reagan administration economists author of the new book it's a must read if you want to understand economics ray get on mix the the supplied sized conservative argument of haddock create growth in the economy the jfk and reagan revolution a secret history of american prosperity also steven more is with us distinguished visiting fellow or project for economic growth at the heritage foundation gentleman welcome back both of you to the program i sean larry when you were on last time we both agreed this is great in terms of the corporate tax cut the repatriation the push towards energy independence the end of burdensome regulations but any notion that this is a tax cut for the wealthy is just patently false i agree i would only add needed it for new building and tecnology aipac your insurer with great story low uh.
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"With a new building or significant uh transportation in our case investment or with i t it's all costly i've learned how to do that and do it in a way that is planned to where it's going to benefit you where it's going to lower your cost in the long run we happened to be at a point where in had to be done when you're overpasses are falling down on the roads when you've got chuckles across the state when you're the crossroads of america and you don't even have your road system build out they need was there you know one testimony went through it was and near closest a unanimous sitting on ways and means and roads as i've seen as his heartburn a guy like me that's a fiscal holco fiscal conservatives i is since a factor was in again user fee is not a euphemism trucking companies and the people that use the roads will disproportionately pay for this but the big thing is it's now something that's been ago from concerning two critic thank goodness we have the foursided shared of end on fifteen or twenty years ago it wouldn't have been is painful we shouldn't have diverted the sales tax on fuel to other things that's being phased mac and uh i was on roads and ways and means heard the discussion it was closed in unanimous in the need for the typical taxpayer who pays three hundred bucks a year on repairs is going to have fifty dollars to sixty bucks and increase gas themes understand that uh at a like any tax increase i never be for one involved consumption to me this is tan jamal were rebuilding our infrastructure we have something to show for it for many years should have been done a long time ago as we remind on my conversations oakland of pick your brain on by with your business background is we're seeing and the.