35 Burst results for "Next Day"
Krystle Matthews Wins SC Primary Runoff Despite Crazy Leaked Call
"Support. James O'Keefe hits home run after home run, and he recently has an amazing one from his project veritas action as well, and yesterday I think was his birthday. James, welcome back to Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you, Charlie. What a big story this isn't South Carolina. Tell us all about it. Well, this is a democratic candidate for the United States Senate, running in the primary, the primary was last night, June 28th, which is also my 38th birthday, so quite a bit. It's also Elon Musk's birthday, by the way, June 28th is quite a day. And this is the crystal Matthews using racially charged language while encouraging illicit campaign tactics. She was caught on a, in a she was talking to someone inside of a jail. And it was a recorded line and a whistleblower provided this to us. Some of these quotes are pretty incendiary. This is the candidate. And by the way, she won last night. So now she's going to face Tim Scott. The South Carolina U.S. senator in the general election. She said, quote, where's my dope money, my duffel bag boys? Give me that dope money. Honestly, and I'm an N word at heart. I love black people. We need folks that can wear black at night and take down their effing yard signs. I mean, just this is just some of the most shocking things you'll over here. Now, just this week, yesterday, the house legislator in South Carolina has put together an ethics committee to investigate this woman who has just won last night the primary in South Carolina. And a lot more to say, but that's the
Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell
"He was known that if you basically are 8 months pregnant, 9 months pregnant. You can go to Kermit gosnell and he will kill the baby. He a 100%. He did this. This was his effectively his specialty. If you really were stuck, he would do anything, including murder live children, deliver them, and then kill them. Hard for us to even talk about this, but this is a reality. This was going on year after year after year after year in a quote unquote legal abortion facility operated by this monster, the serial killer. How did you come to this story? You and felon, how did you come to know about this story? So we made a documentary called frac nation and Salem was doing screenings for people across Pennsylvania and he had a couple of days off and I don't know. You've met Salem, right? He's just this veteran journalist. He just, he always has a nose for a story. He'd heard about some kind of thing that was going on in the courthouse, went down to the courthouse in Philadelphia. They had reserved the largest courtroom available because they presumed that the magnitude of this story would have attracted an enormous number of journalists. However, that's not at all what happened. In fact, it was like the Mary Celeste. He went in. There was no one there in this massive courtroom. And he started to hear, and this is a guy who was covered war in Northern Ireland. I mean, he has covered some awful gruesome stories. And he's sitting there, he's listening to the worst testimony. He has ever heard plus seeing these photographs of the babies of the babies that were murdered, projected on a large screen in front of this jury, and he's thinking what is going on here and the most shocking thing for him was that the journalists weren't there. And in the front of the courtroom, you've got Kermit gozleme smirking, which is kind of his thing, by the way. He sort of smirking, sort of, flirting with the stenographer. And it's like, he's thinking, what is going on here? And how is this not world
Duvall, Wright lead Braves over Phillies, now 21-5 in June
"But brave's got a solid outing from right hander Kyle Wright as it took a four one win over the Phillies where it allowed just a woman on three hits that run came in the bottom of the third day solo home run by Reese Hoskins He struck out four to improve his record that I'm in for Atlanta took the lead as they paid a two runs in the top of the fourth They added two more runs in the top of the 7th one of those courtesy of a solo home run by Adam Duvall The goal is always tack on runs You know as you go just to give you some breathing room and we were able to do that late Rangers Suarez took the loss Michael the long go
Trial winds down in shooting death of rapper Nipsey Hussle
"The murder trial of the man charged with killing rapper Nipsey Hussle is starting to wind down next up in the case closing arguments both sides have now rested their cases in the trial of Eric Ronald holder junior who is charged with the murder of rapt starred Nipsey Hussle and attempt at murder of two other men who will also shot those arguments are coming a day later than they were originally supposed to hold his attorney says his client was punched and cut with a razor by two fellow jail inmates on Tuesday Aaron Johnson says the motive is not clear but the damage to holder was He appeared in court with swollen eyes and Staples closing a wound in the back of his head A Moscow's Gabriel
Don't Be Surprised if This Show Is Too Hot for Corporatists
"I hope I'm really wrong about this but don't be surprised if one day you don't hear me on this radio station or that radio station or whatever Don't be surprised With endless preemptions or you chop off an hour here or there Oh but we have to you know Local coverage But don't be fooled by this I'm a little too hot if you will For some of the corporatists and their platforms Just a little too hot for them Because their woke the corporatists are woke either out of their own ideology or at a pressure this show which seeks to bring you the truth every evening Rationally yet passionately Is a threat to them I predict here and I don't make predictions that day will come But don't worry I don't roll over and play dead
Jan. 6 committee subpoenas Pat Cipollone, former WH counsel
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting the house January 6th committee subpoenas former White House counsel pat cipollone The House committee investigating the January 6th insurrection has issued a subpoena to former White House counsel pat cipollone The subpoena was issued one day after former White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson testified that cipollone warned against then president Donald Trump going to the capitol with thousands of his supporters We're going to get charges every crime imaginable if we make that movement happen And do you remember which crimes mister cipollone was concerned with In the days leading up to the 6 we had conversations about potentially obstructing justice or defrauding the electoral account Cipollone gave the committee an informal interview on April 13th but he has refused to provide on the record a testimony Mike Gracia Washington
Tellez bat, Davis glove send Brewers over Rays
"Ratty teles continued to rake as he led the brewers to a 5 three win over the rays Teles Homer twice including a tie breaking solo drive in the 8th inning To let us have 5 homers and 8 RBIs in his last 6 games Just being able to be more compact and not as aggressive in a swing has helped me make more contact and be able to keep everything in the middle of the field Jonathan Davis had the defensive gem of the day making an over the shoulder grab and crashing into the wall to rob Randy arose arena of an extra base hit I'm Dave
Jim Hanson and Amanda Milius Discuss the J6 Show Trial
"Hey folks, it's Jim Hansen. I have sitting here in studio. Oblivious to the fact that we just went live because I was talking to my good friend amazing filmmaker and one of the most culturally elite members of the America first crowd, Amanda milius. Welcome. Thank you. I'm so glad to be on in the new spot. Isn't this cool? This is like a crazy show. It is the coolest thing. I know. No, I almost am like not worthy. I would like like I said, I almost wore sweats. I know. You got to do that. On the bottom. You have to have the top here. Yeah, I'm used to just being able to pull it together on the top, and then everything else is like yoga pants, and I'm like, maybe I'll get dressed today. Yeah. Yeah, well, we did it. And we're on the late night TV talk thing. Now, I want to talk kind of production value. Because I don't know if you notice, there is a giant show trial propaganda fest for the invented insurrection going on. That was pretty, I mean, yesterday was, there are some really good memes created out of yesterday. Like if a day creates good memes. It's a good day. So yeah, it's us. It's our team winning. Yeah, there was this one where like, I think they had like shots from one of those White House down or something movies or and then they had, I mean, it was so with the beast. The grass, like, that's basically what she was describing. I mean, it was absolutely insane. And good on them. But I want to kind of get into your area of expertise because the left decided when they were going to have these show trials that they were going to hire a TV news executive to stage them. Tell us super cool. It tells you a lot. And then you've got legs zelensky going on like every meeting with every celebrity he possibly can. You're like, man, this guy's got a lot of time on his hands 'cause I'm just trying to run a production company, like not run a war. I don't even have time to do that. That's amazing.
We Need to Talk About Cassidy Hutchinson...
"Yesterday, with an urgent pace, the committee put together a surprise hearing with a White House aide, her name Cassidy Hutchinson. Now I'd never heard of Cassidy Hutchinson before, I knew a lot of people in The White House. I knew a different Cassidy who's one of the sweetest person people ever who worked in The White House and was super loyal to the country and loyal president Trump. But this Cassidy, I had never heard of. Fine, whatever. I didn't know everyone in The White House. I didn't work there. Just did some projects and happened to visit more times than not. So this person comes up and she starts to testify. And she says some very, very serious things. She says some things such as, for example, the kind of scintillating news grabbing headline was the one that Donald Trump tried to hijack the presidential motorcade, otherwise known as the beast. That Donald Trump and all of his fury and all of his anger was so upset with what was happening. He wanted to go to the capitol so badly that Donald Trump put his hand on the collar of a Secret Service agent tried to take the steering wheel of the car and the Secret Service had to push him back. I mean, I heard this, I said, wow, that's quite an accusation. Cassidy, have you ever been in the beast before? Because I have. And that's literally impossible to do. I was thinking this while I was hosting the show yesterday, because again, I'm processing all this. I said, I'm not going to cover this until I have time to really let all this set in, by the way, previously I was more immature with the way I reacted to things like I did with Covington, I would like to think this is a mature response. You wait a day. Do you think about it? You process it, you study it, you examine it. That's what adults do. Children immediately like, wow, oh my goodness, see hijack the beast. I can't believe it. And then all it takes is someone to say, wait hold on a second. You can't do that. There's a separation wall between the passengers and the Secret Service. It's physically impossible.
Caller Who Attended Jan. 6 Never Saw a Gun, Knife or Threat
"When I got to the capitol time and amongst the crowd and I was there for several hours, I never once saw a gun, I never once saw a knife, I never once saw anybody communicate in a threat either as someone in attendance or a capitol police officer. I never heard one person say, let's go burn it down. Nothing at all like that. So Charles, here's what gets me. Charles here's what gets me. About the AR-15s, because Cassidy Hutchinson, she says that she heard from somebody who heard from somebody that there were people armed with AR-15s all over the place. My question is, okay, well, why didn't the D.C. police department step in? If in fact, the D.C. police saw these weapons, that's a crime those kinds of weapons are illegal in Washington, D.C., so why didn't they intervene? Exactly. And I can tell you that the police department was around the capital, hundreds of them, and you're exactly right. If a cop stall, somebody walking with an AR-15, they're going to either arrest them, or they're going to take them out. And if the crowd was so heavily armed, why weren't any weapons confiscated, why weren't any police officers shot by the protesters? The only people that died that day were all Trump supporters. And the only person shot was actually by that. And they know it's a lot. And I don't think that this committee is what they're doing is designed to reveal the truth is just designed to do damage to Donald Trump. But here's my thing. All these little lies that they tell and they told over the last four years, they get away with it. There's never accountability. And my hope is that when the Republicans take control in November, that we not only launch investigative committees on January 6th, but also on November 3rd, 2020.
Gov. Kristi Noem: We Have a National Security Crisis to Focus On
"You know we had this hearing going on yesterday and it strikes me governor as a big distraction Listen everybody has said and offered an opinion about what happened on January 6th We've heard about it for a year and a half There's nothing new nothing new came out yesterday the allegations seem to be borderline ridiculous Yet we've got inflation crisis affecting you and your state and immigration crisis even though you're up in South Dakota it's affecting you two We've got the stock market seemingly any day on the verge of a crash We have real problems This is all an enormous ridiculous distraction at this point It is And both sides would agree on that and both of them would say that the left is saying it's favorable for them It keeps us from talking about the real issues We would say can you even believe they're still talking about this I mean it's unbelievable to me what I heard yesterday from some of that testimony You know they're lying You know they're making this up and the press just follows them around gobbled up the headlines It's amazing to me that they cover this This is hearsay None of it is verified It's one 20 year old out there saying stuff and all of a sudden it's national news when we've got people who can't put food on the table They don't have enough money to buy gas to get to work or to protect their kids to their activities It's unbelievable to me that we have a national security crisis going on and we're talking about this still
In a Constitutional Republic, We Have Adversarial Hearings
"That's why in the United States in a constitutional republic we have adversarial hearings Adversarial hearings where you're allowed to cross examine and confront your accuser Why Because if someone with even basic knowledge of the Secret Service or anything else was allowed to confront Cassidy Hutchinson yesterday she would have looked like a fool Instead because it's not adversarial and it's the damn star chamber Where Liz Cheney gets to say whatever she wants and Trump and his team don't get to defend themselves Cassidy gets to say what she has to say and we have to use this microphone the next day outside of the hearing to refute using basic facts like I did in the first hour and like I just tweeted out and put on true social Basic facts to show you how the story she told yesterday is ridiculous and a bunch of suckers fell for it
Washington Examiner Publishes Anti-Trump Editorial
"And a hearing where she's not allowed to be cross examined and you immediately along with other journals I go oh this is transformative The Washington examiner had a total meltdown thing Trump isn't this grace No one put their name on it by the way That was a job as a J Caruso special if I've ever seen it by the way Women is crew of it A 100% That's a good outlet They've got good people A user story There's a small group of losers at work over there destroy the whole page I may buy that paper one day I'm serious I may buy that paper one day I'm not even kidding At just fire all the anti Trump lunatics and turn it into an actual newspaper again Like we're not for sale Well we'll see They told Elon I may buy that one day I'm thinking about that My wife's like please no more but enough
Find Mark Walters to Learn More About the 2nd Amendment Beyond the NRA
"People where they can find you because I want them to be informed when it comes to our Second Amendment right in our rights or our God given right to be able to defend ourselves. Armed American radio Carl airs every day four to 6 p.m. eastern one to three Pacific. You can look me up at armed American radio for a station to listen or you can watch or listen to the show live on the website. And of course my huge Sunday show airing on over 200 plus radio stations for the last 14 years also available for you at armed American radio dot com. And if you want up to the minute real news separated from real opinion, you can visit armed American news to get your news specifically related to the Second Amendment. And just real quick, let me mention this for those of you that are looking for another outlet beyond the NRA to defend your rights. Mark is on the board of the Second Amendment, foundation. That's a great gun group to be a member of or a two a group to be a member of. So just I just wanted to throw that
Mark Walters: Latest Gun Reform Will Do Nothing to Stop Crime
"And I see so many conservatives back down on this issue, hence 14 or 15 GOP senators, Mark Walters, your comment. Yeah, now you're talking about the quote unquote gun control bill that came out of the Senate. Ironic that we saw that bill passed within two days of the release of the New York case. What this did, why people are so upset about this. Why people in my circles are so upset about this gun rights activists is because we had senators in the Republican Party, corn and in particular and McConnell in particular who have now cracked the door open because and I want to put it in perspective for listeners without getting too complicated. I want to make this as simple as possible to understand because it really is basic. What you have here is not benign. It's not not sweeping gun control legislation. It is very sweeping because we have in here the red flag. Now it's not a federal red flag. It's a bribe to the states to incentivize the states by feeding them money to institute red flags, which are unconstitutional on their surface because in the United States, we do not make accusations against people and then take their things from them without due process of law. We can not add due process to a process that is unconstitutional to begin with. I hope that makes sense. Now, why did Murphy, who I believe pulled a brilliant political maneuver here, the Democrats did when they began quote unquote negotiating with Republicans about this bill, why did they pull off the two things they wanted were at the top of their wish list. A ban of firearms ownership under 21 and a quote unquote, assault weapons ban using their phrase liberally just because that's the way they phrased it in the media. So everybody understands what we're talking about. Why did they back off of those? Because these individuals know that this bill will do absolutely nothing.
Mark Walters: The 2nd Amendment Is 3-0 Against Anti-Gun Owners
"Because he ruled in our favor in the 2008 Heller case. He also in that decision Penn brilliantly by Scalia. But he also ruled in our favor in the 2010 subsequent case, the McDonald V Chicago case. And it's important to put this in context as we discuss the brewing case because the McDonald case was the Second Amendment foundation case brought against the city of Chicago and their handgun ban. And it was in that ruling in the McDonald case that found the Fourteenth Amendment protects the Second Amendment by incorporating it through the privileges and a privileges and immunities clause to the states as the rest of the Bill of Rights. So the New York case couldn't have even been brought or it might not have had if it were brought, it might not have been granted by the Supreme Court. And if it had, we might not have had the level of confidence in a victory without that Fourteenth Amendment, applicable to the states in the McDonald case. I know this gets a little confusing, but it's all tied together and thank God Thomas got the decision and thank God we waited, albeit 12 years for this particular case because it was as strong as the day is long. And the decision was actually better than we had anticipated. Our concern Carl, you and I talked about it on previous shows was we expect a victory, but how wide of a victory. And Thomas cast a net very wide. The Second Amendment is three and O against the anti gunners. We are on solid ground.
Dinesh Addresses the Latest Fact-Check of '2000 Mules'
"The latest fact check on 2000 mules, this is a funny one. It's written by a guy named will Nevin. Assistant professor and program coordinator for communications media. This is actually ironic because we're going to examine his ability to communicate, which let's just say is not superior. But why should it be? He's after all, at Alabama, a and M university. Now, I guess that's where you go after you graduate from night school, Alabama, a and M university, you're a come. I've heard of Texas a and M everyone has, but Alabama and I'm really anyway, every university does have to hire professors and I guess they found this guy somewhere. So he claims the quote experts have thoroughly debunked the claims of 2000 meals blah blah blah. That's just the news world recycled boilerplate. And then he goes, but even though it's been debunked, there's an interesting moment. And he goes, yeah, it doesn't mean the film is without some interesting moments or rather an interesting moment. He finds only one moment in the film that interests him, and what is that? Well, it's a scene involving what in the movie is called dog guy. Now let's imagine the scene here, and I'm just quoting from the movie here. We see a guy with a dog and Catherine engelbrecht says he's got the ballots under his arm, now he's got the rest he pulled out of the bag. You can see all this going on. So clearly something fishy and corrupt is going on. You've got a guy with a backpack of ballots who's pulling them out and stuffing into the box. And then Phillips then says, and he's going to get his camera ready to take the pictures as he puts them in there, and if you consider the brazenness of this, it's in the middle of the day. Now, the professor, this is will Nevin weighs in to say, the film claims without evidence that the procedure for mules included taking pictures of ballots in order to be paid excluding more reasonable explanations like, say, people sharing pictures of their participation in democracy on social
Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall
"The day after the Russian military shelled the Ukrainian region of nikolayev Ukrainian emergency services released a video showing them rescuing civilians trapped in the rubble of a damaged building A drill says through a metal gates as an emergency workers attempt to open up the entrance of the building badly shelled by Russian forces After a short while a man trapped in the top floor can be seen walking down a ladder with the guidance of a firefighter The Russian strike targeted the city of otaki in the michelada region at least two people were killed including a 6 year old child several others were reported wounded including a three month old baby who is in a coma I'm Karen Chammas
"next day" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"Coming up, the fastest growing service I've ever seen. Come on, really? But first, let's do the numbers. Markets closed in the red this Black Friday amid concerns over that new coronavirus variant. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 905 points two and 5 tenths of a percent to close at 34,899, the NASDAQ fell 353 points to and two tenths of a percent to finish at 15 four 9 one. And the S&P 500 was down a 106 points, also two and two tenths of a percent to finish at 45 94. By one research estimate American shoppers had already spent three quarters of their holiday gift budgets before Black Friday, so let's see how some major retailers did today, target lost 8 tenths of a percent, Walmart fell 1.1%, Amazon gave back 2.1%, and that flight to safety, bonds, rose, the yield on the ten year T note fell to 1.47%. You're listening to marketplace. This marketplace podcast is supported by Gusto. If you're a small business owner, this is for you. Running a business is just plain hard, endless to do lists, employees to take care of and your ever present bottom line. So first of all, kudos to you for staying on top of it. Let us tell you about Gusto. Gusto built an easier and more affordable way to manage payroll benefits and more. They hope over 100,000 businesses with tasks like automated payroll tax filing, simple direct deposits, free health insurance administration, four-o-one-ks onboarding tools, you name it, Gusto made it easy, and they really care about the small business owners they work with. Their support team is attentive and helpful. And since money can be tight right now, you'll even get three months free once you run your first payroll. Just go to Gusto dot com slash marketplace and start setting up your business today. You'll see what they mean when they say easy. Again, that's three months of free payroll at Gusto dot com slash marketplace. This is marketplace, I'm Amy Scott. Tensions are high between two major American industries right now, aviation, and telecom. At issue is whether 5G, the much hyped wireless network with faster download speeds could mess up safety equipment on planes and helicopters. Yeah, not a small concern. AT&T and Verizon were set to turn on expanded 5G services next month until a last minute warning from the FAA postponed the launch. Marketplaces Matt Levin has more. So 5G is already out there on the airwaves, obviously, but part of the reason the reviews so far have been kind of meh. Big telecom has been waiting to activate a specific range of 5G frequencies. Something called the C band. John metzer researches the telecom industry at UC Berkeley. And it feels a very important gap for the wireless carriers. So you've got kind of the Goldilocks of spectrum, this one's wide area. There's one very an area where this one's just right. AT&T and Verizon spent more than 68 billion to buy rights to the C band and an FCC auction last year, which is just the tip of their investment. Hundreds of millions of subscribers at stake. And further tens of billions of dollars that have been invested in network equipment. But switching on that C band could maybe theoretically potentially mess up altimeters, a pretty important piece of aviation equipment. Hassan shahidi is president of the flight safety foundation. It is used to help the airplanes land safely when you have low visibility conditions is also used in the collision avoidance system. Still, many say the threats are largely theoretical. Tom Wheeler chaired the FCC under president Obama. The 5G spectrum is authorized for use around the world. And we haven't seen great difficulties Wheeler says a major question is who should pay for updating older altimeters which could be more vulnerable? Maybe. I'm Matt Levin for marketplace. From superfast wireless to superfast delivery, remember when next day service seemed quick? Then same day came along. Now nearly two years into this pandemic, you can order some products like popcorn for a movie, or a bag of ice for an impromptu cocktail hour and be munching or sipping ten to 20 minutes later. It's caught on big time in London, which is where the BBC's Victoria Craig takes us next. At this coffee shop in central London, baristas are slinging artisan brews while the buzz of conversation fills the air and influencers pose for selfies with branded swag bags. This shop at least for the afternoon belongs to go puff, to celebrate its launch in the UK this month. We deliver anything from ice cream, groceries, snacks, alcohol, medicine, baby products, but in 20 minutes, 24 7. That's yakir gola, cofounder, and co CEO of the super fast delivery company, which was set up in the U.S. 8 years ago. We have over 500 micro fulfillment centers and over a thousand cities. We have a near 80% market share in the U.S. and the business has transformed a lot. Through the acquisition of two London based companies, go puffs launch in ten cities across this country in November. Marks its first official foray into international markets. Angola believes his company's establishment in the market is helping determine its success against startup competitors. In June, go puff completed its latest funding round, giving it a valuation of $15 billion. Backers include giants like Blackstone horizons, Guggenheim and SoftBank's vision fund. But competition is fierce as Bain and company's Ruth Lewis explains. We've seen that investors have plowed over $14 billion into rapid grocery delivery apps since the start of the pandemic. She said in the first three months of this year, more venture capital investment went into ultra fast delivery services than during the whole of 2020. And you can see the money at work in London alone, it's impossible to board a train or walk down the street without being bombarded by ads for go puffs many competitors. They all follow the same idea of super fast, hyperlocal delivery, but they vary slightly in terms of minimum delivery fees or guaranteed door to door times, which means industry consolidation is inevitable, according to Lewis. Some of the big fruit delivery players are thinking about how they might position themselves in this market. And it's the same for the big supermarket chains. They're thinking about how they might participate and their partnering or acquiring players to do so. Indeed, carrefour, the world's 8th biggest supermarket operator based in central France, has several rapid delivery options for its customers with late night ice cream cravings or last minute cat food needs. Here's the company's director of data and ecommerce LOD, so. We don't understand platform, and we partner with Uber and it's been probably the fastest growing service I've ever seen in ecommerce. The partnership she says has in the last year raked in more than a $113 million in rapid delivery sales. She said the fact that customers are sticking with it, signals it's not just a pandemic era shopping solution. You want you back to a normal life, you also are in a hurry, you want to be more efficient. You're cooking your recipe and you need the sugar. You have the solution in superfast delivery. We think it's really only the beginning. A win then for established players, but bane's Ruth Lewis says a number of growing pains still lie ahead for the newcomers. Right now, the focus of these companies is on attracting new customers to sign up for the service. In order to do that, they're offering big money off incentives on each order. And this is something that we'll have.
"next day" Discussed on Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal
"Okay, now to all that buying, Black Friday has long been more of a season than a single day, but even so, the national retail federation is expecting this one to be one of the busiest shopping days of the year. And it's been a busy year. We learned earlier this week that consumer spending rose more than expected in October, 1.3%. That's double the increase in September, though some of that was due to higher prices. And it continues the mostly upward trend we've been seeing all year. Marketplaces Kristen Schwab looks at what's going on and how Sentiment numbers out this week say consumers are worried about the economy. But spending numbers say consumers are opening their wallets without much worry. Gregory dako is an economist at Oxford economics. What you need to pay attention to is really what consumers are buying, not what they're saying. And despite all the woes about supply chains and inflation, what they're buying is stuff and lots of it. Spending on goods is above pre-pandemic levels. With a few caveats, of course, Carole binder, an economist at haverford college says supply chain problems have likely given spending a temporary boost. I think partly it's consumers trying to do some of their holiday shopping early. The other caveat inflation, if something costs more, well, that drives up spending. Still, overall, spending rose more than inflation, more Americans are working again and overall household balance sheets are strong. Also, the more permanent the pandemic has started to feel, the more permanent our pandemic spending behaviors have become. John Lear in Washington, D.C., is still working from home and mostly eating in, which means his grocery Bill is up. He also recently bought a car. Those are all changes in consumer's lifestyles that have tremendous ripple effects for all of their other spending activities. Lear as an economist at morning consult, by the way. And you think some of the spending might stick around as the pandemic goes on, and maybe for a while after supply chain problems ease for big ticket items people are waiting for, like couches and cars. Once that inventory materializes, I would expect consumers to go out and start making those purchases..
"next day" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"But then the next day I ran into a friend of his And he said. He thinks like you. Then I realized the student was not making reports on me. This unit was, in fact, genuinely curious. Now this was even worse. I was now afraid of the consequences of that curiosity that I might have. Inspired My role there was to plant a seed of doubt. But then what would happen to the student that I might have reached? What do you then be punished? For questioning the regime. Or would he be doomed to a life of unhappiness? I was no longer sure if our truth the truth of the outside world would in fact help them. I adored my students. I called them. My young gentleman. And they opened up to me. Little by little through those letters that I signed. And in those letters they talked about missing their, um mothers, their core friends. And Also being fed up with the sameness of everything. Because their lives were only about the great leader. The only break there ever got was playing group Sports. Some evenings. I would watch them play soccer and basketball, and I would marvel at The beauty and exuberant energy and joy and grace of Their youth, and I wanted To show them tell them about this incredible world outside filled with infinite possibilities. That they so deserved, But I knew that I couldn't All I was capable of doing was to observe that While their bodies bounds. Their mind remains stuck in that timeless vacuum that had nothing but their great leader. On my last day. Kim Jong un's death. I'm Kim Jong un's death was announced the world Everything came to a sudden end and I saw my students from the distance as there were holed away to a special meeting. They their faces looked at me, but their eyes didn't see me. It's as if their souls had been sucked out of them. And they had just lost their God. Their parent. And the reason for everything in their world. I never got to say goodbye to them. The horror of North Korea. Goes beyond famine and Gulags. To survive their real human beings have to not only believe in The lies of the great leader, but also perpetuate them, which is a mental torture. It's a world where every citizen is complicit. In the deprivation of their own humanity. Towards the end of my stay, a student said to me We always think of you as being the same. Our circumstances are different, but We think of you as the same as us. We really want you to know that we truly think of you as being the same, but We really the same. Maybe we were at some point. But Three generations of the great leader have now. Happened and For 70 years, the world Step back and just watched. Which to me that silence is indefensible. Lies run so deep there Because the center is rotten and that rotten this is irrevocable. What would happen to my students? My young gentleman as they become the soldiers and slaves of They're a great leader, Kim Jong UN If my uncle had managed to survive. Would it be the same boy that had jumped off that truck? Thank you. That was Suki Kim. Suki is the only writer to have lived undercover in North Korea for immersive journalism..
"next day" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"The morning. Does anybody have anything in first? If they want me to address the kind, too? Latch onto or throw something out into the cosmos that we can all share. Maybe on the heels of those insults, which we asked for, were joking around tongue and cheek. The importance of being kind. Yeah, the importance of being kind. Okay. All right. Yeah. No, that's fine. That's fine for me. Okay. Well, it is, you know, also Was funny. We asked for the insults. They were funny. My Uggs are my Uggs. We all get that and stuff. Yeah, the importance of being kind to each other, of course. But not just each other. Here's what I'll say. Here's why make that leap of faith, so to speak. We know we should be kind to each other. We've been taught that since childhood you look around this world you can see in our society right now where people aren't being kind to each other. They're not But sometimes it's got to start with yourself. You got to be kind yourself the darkness of the night when your leg had to rest upon that pill and you close your eyes and you see your day in front of you and everything you did you think about the next day. You've got to remember what was that There was a woman that talked on that song right there. I don't know what she said. But did you momentarily? I'm so sorry. It sounded like it was like a meditation type. In the middle of my music. Yeah, Hell, she said words. She was singing or something. I have no idea. Well, all right, so we'll check out the music in the background later on, Make sure it's not somebody's voice in there, but what I'm saying is be kind to.
"next day" Discussed on PODSHIP EARTH
"That's very freeing and i feel more healthy mentally and emotionally now and processing that emotional intelligence and showing people how to do that with accountability. And you can still be cool but also be clear about the level of toxicity that comes when we don't deal with it and we press it down and chase a persona. And that's what. I was able to offer like the artist community who fall apart when they're not applauded on stage and day comes and your gig is over at night and you have to be somebody. The next day it carries over in the activism community where people don't know who they are and have identity crisis if they're not screaming and shouting about what's wrong in the world and.
"next day" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"Then someone on the bus said. You're wrong webuye. You cannot be a good representative of our people when you cannot even answer questions in your own profession as we've just seen many on the bus agreed the rabbi replied. I can see this. Apostate has greatly influenced you this. I call danger from the other side of the bus. Someone said rabbi. Can we go against the torah. No of course not he replied nd. The other man continued then. There is no danger because what this man who saying is in. The tora did not feel alone anymore. There were many who would receive the truth about the lord and they asked for my address and received it without fear. Then the rabbi said now. I know where you live and i even know your telephone number. Oh you're welcome to visit or call anytime. I told him the next day he came to my home. I showed him what it means to be. A jew was received to save your. He.
"next day" Discussed on Heartbroken with Falen
"Did you have to completely start over on your own did you. Did you have renters. Renters insurance and so If you listen to listen you don't get it because it really does help and you know. I always with someone who was like. Oh this will never happen to me and then happens to you and you're like wow okay. That's a real thing I honestly hadn't even heard about renter's insurance until after the fire just because that's not something that they really like. Teach you a whole lot Now i mean some apartments require it but usually yeah i think Like places like you live where it's kind of a jewel owner. That's not usually a requirement. So how would you know a lot of time. You really don't miss apparent tell you or you're moving in similar they are. Yeah exactly exactly We were very lucky to have a lot of amazing family and friends. That helped us a lot with getting your needs met you know in. May we moved into our apartment that we're still in now and pretty much had it fully furnished just because people were so generous with giving us what we needed. You know whether it be a couch or set of pans. We definitely had everything. We needed to rebuild. Our life is. Is that the biggest thing that you feel like. Were you know you felt so supported. Was people helping you re set your life. Is that what you know. Is that what you guys needed. It was the outpouring of just people checking in on you. What was it for you. That helped make things a tiny bit easier. i think it was a combination of things You know just people being there to let us talk about it sometimes when you wanna talk about things that are hard people get uncomfortable. They get kinda weird about it and so we have a lot of people who just talk through everything. All the weird stuff My now has been the next day made a joke of..
"next day" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast
"Into my house to be a dad and walk into my house and the osmond and and make that the center to be truly present be truly rimouski were and and in that instant. I had this friend. Tell me the funny funny. But which he did was he would drive home and there was a tree right next to his house. He calls worry tree. He would put his hand on a tree. He said words with slow into the tree until the next day as i don't have a way trade quickly in also did he said no no. It's not the tree. Is that best buy you know. That's my checkoff. That's my visualization. That's my and i said. Okay mine's gonna be memorized. I am going to stream gal. How would complain a recall people. I'm gonna redo that akimbo. i hit that driveway. That's it and that's what i've been doing ever since and we've lost allow need since then and and you know it is a could not. Everybody works in sports business right but we'll have tough days. Don't we all have a a a boss gives you hard time where a client relationships on south were a classmate teach has gone the wrong way gone sideways or students gone off the rails were or your family member struggle. We all have tough things that on life and the question is how long you carry that with you an esa you inside and and for me. I don't believe in balance which we didn't talk about. But i believe in being present because i don't today's complicated. I mean i still have a daughter in college. Two teenage daughters not sell. You like if you really think about how much time you have with them like true time. So morning's chaos miles. I mean they're doing the hair makeup. Someone's got the shirt on the cereal spills and run through the door. And it's raining and what you know it's a we're just my wife and i just talked about the ncaa tournament to survive this..
"next day" Discussed on Occupied
"And and and she was talking. I was like oh my goodness i. I think i would love teaching. I think this would be amazing. I can see myself spending my time helping other people like i do believe that like teaching so something is like magical profound gift that you can share with somebody else like the passing of knowledge. And i'm really really passionate about teaching as it turns out so yeah and i guess going even. I think that's why it was so profound for me. Because i couldn't. I'd lost something. Which i really genuinely care about. It felt like. I like someone who died. Yeah i think that's why hit say hard so you got the results you your words. Your brain broke. That was what happened after that. So the next day. I was supposed to be delivering. We can insert which is like teacher training in kinda thing like teachers. Yeah planning through the other teachers training to teach so i was supposed to be delivering this trade and they booked out the whole morning for me to do this training. Obviously i was slapped. I couldn't i couldn't just couldn't function. I could barely get dressed constantly crying. My husband was like goodness he was like. There's no way you can go in. And i was like now i'm going to go in. I need i need to there. Are people counting me. And he was just like any. If you go in people see you in the state. That won't be good like that won't help you feel better and i was determined. I was going to go in. And he got to the point where i got dressed for work and then i just couldn't i just couldn't i. It's this is the other thing i know from when people have explained to me before or i've heard about people having breakdown so whatever you wanna call it and then saying like i just couldn't i just couldn't do not very noble thing get dressed or put my shoes on all go out the door and wash my hair and you think of course you can your hair. Yeah get up but actually when you were in that frame of mind. And i guess unless you've been in that frame of mind you won't really understand it. I don't think you just call. You just can't do those things my experience with that and tell me if it's similar to yours is similar to what you were saying that you just you just can't it's.
"next day" Discussed on The Mom Voice
"And i so i had but so many people told me really rest. Get someone to do that for you. And so i paid someone to come and in the process. I had this woman in my home. She was incredible. Did such a good job. And i was just asking her. You know like do you clean other people's houses in this neighborhood or whatever and she opened up to me that she was hurting for business and really wanted some more business and a gave me the opportunity to get. I was like well. I can help can get online and find and she texted me the next day after shared her online and so many people and we. It gave the opportunity by me. Admitting that i needed help to help someone else. I was like wow that you know if i wouldn't have had admitted that i needed help. I wouldn't have had that opportunity to really help her out. And so yeah. I just think it's it's okay. Yes okay to put to to hand over some things that sometimes feel like we should be doing to someone else and it doesn't make us any less capable. It's just sometimes cannot do it all right and i think it's personally what you prioritize what i mean like in my growing up. My mom always worked late. She she i mean. She supported our family in the early days when my dad was starting his business and we always had someone cleaning our house and so it was like normal for us. We weren't rich but for my mom. That was a priority. It was a priority for her because she knew that she to manage her stress anxiety of being a nurse on the night shift and then managing kids during the day. She couldn't have a crazy messy like she and i'm very much the same way. It definitely directly correlates however messy. It is with how messy my mind is like when it's clean my mind like more clear and focused and and but recognizing those things about ourselves and what what we can prioritize and what we can actually do and where the gap is and where we need help. Yeah and it's not that way for everybody it's different. I mean some people it's meals right need to get help with that or sign up for a service or whatever so i know it is just kind of taking a step back. Reassessing hm okay. What is vital here. I really really need help. And then yeah seeking out. The constantly constantly adjusting sometimes. I feel like when i was a less confident person i would. I kinda sat in this like what was me. My life is so hard. I have so many things to do. I can't do anything. I have so many responsibilities as a mom and as a homemaker and you know and just kind of like this isn't fair. Ble any of those thoughts and but the only way that those things changes if we take the action and i feel like for so long i just sat in it and didn't realize my own power and being able to change it. Yeah i love that. I actually have found the article. And an i want. I'm going to have to like share this the week we air but this is through a life coach and it and and we.
"next day" Discussed on The Stream of David: Channeled Spiritual Guidance and Law of Attraction Advice
"Dying every day and then we wake up. Were reborn the next day. And we have a chance to relive it in another way. You know like i had these thoughts about you know was the last person that i was intimately the last person i wanna be before i die or do i want to have more of this. You know what. What more do i want in life rather than this limitation of living from this place of apology or the place of should and really leading on as i was sharing before we started recording. This idea of south die and the freedom and the liberation beyond the shell of south of a cell. That has so many issues in so many hang-ups in agendas insureds in coulds. In all of this other stuff and that the reality of ourselves is life is god is limitless and infinite and constantly in a state of death and rebirth and we can ride that anyway. We choose That was i think my takeaway was the just absolute letting. Go the apology of being me. And how god expresses through me and just in late I gotta i gotta deal with this way more than any of you have to deal with it when you get involved with me so here we go and i'm to die on. I'm going to die into that into letting go of finding a finding new who myself is and stop beating up my cells or beating up. Anyone else's seldom even be even judging how they choose to die in realizing that they want to die in the battle glory. Then that's their that's the choice and that's the joy and if i'm sad about it then i'm not celebrating the roles that they wanna play and that if we want to celebrate life we celebrate it in its entirety whether we like the roller. We don't like the role. We just celebrate it you know. Just like the waves crashing. Or you know. I was noticing all of the different variations of dogs. And they got some weird like some of them have like blacks. Just like wow like we get so caught up on this idea of perfection can but if we look at animals like we see that god just paints like a.
"next day" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend
"And They had a court date that they were supposed to renegotiate like child support or something like that and she's like i don't really want to face him she's like he's just giving me problems. Like what do i do. And i said this is what you do and i gave her the instructions and i said this is what you need to follow this to let. Are you going to do that. And she said yeah. And i was like okay. I will do work on my end. I said just to make sure we'll take care of it. She comes the next day or the day that they were supposed to have this court date. She looks at me and she goes. The judge. didn't show up because the judge went into like early labor. So the judge they were supposed to have was pregnant went into labor prematurely baby. Everyone's fine yeah. But she's like then. We got a different judge who looked demands that her ex wanted and said he was being ridiculous and said no to l. the things he was asking for and gave she's like can he gave me everything i wanted. Whoa so that's pretty. I mean that's a positive heck's though how badly could it have gone. I'm there are heck says that can harm people there. There are ones that are designed to harm or to destroy There is that on my or afflicts. Premium are premium service. It's only fans xs which only adds faster than there are those that exist. I do know of them. I do a familiar with some of the rituals of them. Just because i've always been fascinated with the occult Are they something to be used lightly. Absolutely not Do i have a problem with people using them. No so long as they're being used in right like if it's a matter of self defense if it's a matter of it's you know you feel you're in danger and you feel legitimately like your life is threatened. Then.
"next day" Discussed on Thinking Like A Genius Podcast
"On a position way of no idea how to cope on. The thing that i'm going to do is to preserve the host of the preserve me is. I'm not gonna do anything. And it's not that somebody is calico anything about is just the physiology is. Let's so much information. The brain needs to process. That is just saying okay on then preserve you which means i'm going to disable you. I just disabled any reaction will action that you can cite because the coping mechanism is just too much a for for the body to cope with the brain cowper so goes into self preservation and that's part of the reason why fear is so powerful. It's not the fact that people are cowards. It's the fact is that people don't know how to cope with what they need to do. Great so they they go to the default of not making a choice because it's the safest thing for them to process at the stage. Now the good thing is that you can actually change By developing your your structure of how you actually make a decision on how you go about a direction which is the example that you gave about working backwards with company plan. If you've got a company plan that can we back to where you all what you've done. Is you create a structure. It's not a detailed structure. But it's a framework that you can use your decision on your actions on. It's the same thing with with when it comes to personalization direction accidentally got a framer coat a decision. Yes if you've got fear it just means that you don't you don't have the direction of the decision. The pointed your reference that you can use to actually base your decision on the next. Sometimes you just have to take the next day when not usually analogy of in business of using that on the basis. The is transferable as you just said to individuals is the when we have this fear the big thing as is to realize it's the fear of.
"next day" Discussed on Your Own Pay
"You're you're not going to get eight hundred like the guy across the street but once you go into the house. It doesn't matter if you win the lottery the next day they can't touch you..
"next day" Discussed on Down To Folk
"The doctor died a massive heart attack. The next day the architect never did make it back home. The two were the only ones who knew the secret except for a young child who had overheard the exchange a child. Who's traumatized.
"next day" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"Not dripping at all kerns black and if you smell it. It smells like plastic. Snow should melt. I don't think this is now. I mean this is manufactured. Snow smell it. It smelled like burning plastic visit kennel. No keynote doesn't have plastic set. The husband is at least trying to introduce some logic. Well there is black on the snow obviously from the smoke from the candle the if you will maybe some of the smell is that not the snow. Also i'm pretty sure. Fake snow has never been made out of plastic as pestis. Yeah but platt plastic no. It's cold it's still packs like snow is still has every other characteristic of snow in that its cold it packs can read snowballs and stuff all right but we're not done yet. It's now the next day and she's back outside this time with a blow dryer dryer that she's going to try to melt the snow with and i should point out that the snow's already melting outside. You could hear it if you listen closely the video you can hear like the dripping of of water as the snow is melting off the roof or whatever so i don't know if it was plastic would melt rate okay. So but she's going to try to melt the snow with the hairdryer..
"next day" Discussed on Engagious
"Put on the memo. Put your headphones on and talk. Put it out the next day like people to understand. Just do i think that's what spooks people. The most is that they feel like. And i've heard this before. But i wanna get it. I want to get it to this audience. I don't have anything to say. My work isn't cool it's boring. It's not those stories. Why i got a promotion. Hey everybody it's sally. Let me tell you why. I got a promotion. I was twenty four..