36 Burst results for "Nine Weeks"

Glenn Jackson on Optical Communications

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 2 d ago

Glenn Jackson on Optical Communications

"Today. Sending a map of mars to earth might take nine years with current radio systems but as little as nine weeks with laser. Communications here's glen. Jackson payload manager for the laser communications relay demo had nasr's goddard space flight center to explain why optical communication systems are more efficient. The wavelength of light is much smaller than the wavelength of radio frequencies and the small the wavelengths the more information you can condense in a small period of time so we get greater bandwidth with optical communication as the wavelength get smaller. This technology would allow us to move. Large amounts of data and high definition video in shorter amounts of time we could communicate with rovers or astronauts on mars. Actually seeing and hearing more of their adventures on the red planet and laser communication systems on earth could provide high bandwidth in remote areas bridging the digital divide and bringing high speed communications to the world for innovation. Now i'm jennifer pulling

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Fresh update on "nine weeks" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:35 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "nine weeks" discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"See a new starring coming around about a mysterious person. Mysterious guest has booked nine weeks of a resort in elite in canada. Jasper national park where the bachelor has before. That was sean low season. Yeah i was. I got butterflies in my stomach thinking though that yes it is the bachelorette the next season the bachelorette will be filming at jasper park lodge hearing canada That sounds lovely to me personally. I think it's a nice isolated area. There's a lot to do there. What a thrill. That would be more canadian. Contestants that would be a natural fit. Should i apply for the bachelorette one cedars right. Are you open to poly-amorous relationship. I'm already married but it's fine. We're fine like my husband's you'll come with me here. he'll help. Yes continuing to upgrade these The settings i think i'll be gorgeous with a mountain backdrop embrace the fact that it's winter. Yeah so that's exciting. I mean it could be some other. Random person just wants nine weeks alone deliver. No probably some poor mother with five kids who like. She's had to home school for the last seven months ten months. And she's like i just a need exactly nine weeks away off out of here. I'm just glad they're stepping it up for the bachelorette because of what patia got. I'm like if you look at these one on dates. That matt is getting compared to driving around in a paper taxi. I would just like oh my god. Are you serious. But i mean she was still able to find love in like this buried real setting whereas matt is still getting like fantasy beautiful backdrops and hopefully reality doesn't hit them.

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Georgia election: All you need to know about key Senate runoff races

News, Traffic and Weather

04:13 min | 3 weeks ago

Georgia election: All you need to know about key Senate runoff races

"Critical Georgia run offs, which will determine control of the Senate. The latest FIVETHIRTYEIGHT polling averages show the race is nearly deadlocked. Republican incumbent David Perdue trails Democratic challenger John Assaf. By about a percentage point in the regular election, while Senator Kelly La Flor, who was appointed to fill a vacancy trails her Democratic challenger, the Reverend Raphael Warren, up by almost two points in the special election. Our correspondent Rachel Scott, is in Atlanta with the very latest. Good morning, Rachel. Martha Good Morning, and Georgia already seeing record voter turnout for a special election. More than three million have already cast their ballot here who had just 48 hours ago. One of the Republicans in the race, Senator David Perdue, is now on the sidelines. He isn't self quarantine after coming into close contact with a campaign staffer who tested positive for covert 19. And the stakes could just not be higher. Republicans are calling this their last line of defense Democrats say what happens here in Georgia will set the course of Joe Biden's presidency. So to pull this off, Democrats would have to win both of their races that would bring the split in the Senate to 50 50 and then Vice President elect Kamila Harris would serve As the tie breaking vote. But if one of those Democratic candidates lose just one of their races, Republicans will be hanging on to majority in the Senate. And at this point, it's all about turning out the base to vote. So that's why tomorrow you will see President Trump and President elect Joe Biden campaigning here, he don't know. Biden was the first Democrat to win the state of Georgia and nearly 30 years. Runoff elections in this state have largely favored Republicans. But then on the flip side, you have some Republicans who are concerned that the president's own words that the election is rigged. That these runoff are invalid will then cost them majority in the Senate mark back. And Rachel Scott. Thanks very much for more. Let's bring in the former Democratic leader in the Georgia House of Representatives and the founder of Fair Fight, Stacey Abrams. Good morning to you. We've seen those polls that give Democrats a slight edge. But is there anything you're seeing on the ground that gives you concern? No concern? Just a great deal of urgency. We did very well in vote by mail. We did very well in early vote, but we know Election Day is going to be the likely high turnout day for Republicans, So we need Democrats who haven't cast their ballots to turn out. If they have any questions to go toe I will vote dot com to find their polling places and two months ago even is Joe Biden was winning Georgia John Assaraf trailed Republican David Perdue by nearly 90,000 votes and in the special election. The Republican candidates combined for nearly 50,000 more votes than the Democrats. I know that roughly 75,000 new voters have been registered since early November. How certain are you that those are Democrats were very certain that most of those were Democrats. Given the composition based on race and age, and let's be clear. We know a number of the people who voted for Joe Biden. As Democrats sometimes just skip the rest of the ballot. They came out to vote for the president because of a number of low propensity voters who came out for Democrats. What we're so excited about is that we haven't stopped reaching those voters. Millions of contacts have been made. Thousands of new registrations have been held, and we know that at least 100,000 people who did not vote in the general election are now voting in this election, and they again are disproportionately young and disproportionately people of color and does the fact that Biden outperform the Senate races indicate that his win really was more about President Trump than it was representative of some kind of ideological shift to the Left in the state. Not at all. We know that for new voters, especially new voters of color, There's a tendency to only vote in races where they are certain of the outcome. They know Joe Biden. Joe Biden's been a part of American politics for 40 plus years and so for a number of new voters, they're going to vote on Lee when they're confident. That's why we spent this time over the last nine weeks, educating voters about Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock. They've crisscrossed the state and we believe we've closed that distance and that the voters that are turning out now absolutely no them and are standing by their sides and voting for them and you

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Congress passes massive COVID relief and government funding bill

WSJ Your Money Briefing

06:51 min | Last month

Congress passes massive COVID relief and government funding bill

"The new nine hundred billion dollar coronavirus relief package includes a range of measures to help the country through the pandemic among them. A second round of stimulus payments for american households treasury secretary steven mnuchin said that we should start seeing payments in bank accounts early next week but it seems like this is on track to happen relatively quickly even faster than Than last time. Coming up our tax reporter. Richard rubin will explain what's changed since the last round of checks went out plus our reporter andrew dern. We'll take us through the parts of the aid package benefiting unemployed workers and those facing possible eviction. It's after the break. Us households along jobless americans and renters struggling to make payments are all in line for some relief. The nine hundred billion dollar corona virus aid package. We'll talk about unemployment and rental assistance with a reporter andrew during later in the show. But first let's bring in our tax reporter. Richard rubin from more on the new random direct payments that. Come with the package richard. Thanks for being with us. Happy to do it. So first of all. Who's in line to get a check this time. So the checks are going to largely the same group as got checks the first time around in the spring. There's some slight changes in eligibility with the basics are the same. It's anyone who's got income for an individual up to seventy five thousand. Get the full payment for married couples. One hundred and fifty thousand have to have a social security number Children are eligible but there are no payments for non child dependence so in college students or elderly adults who are dependents. You can get a payment even if you have no income and if you're or if you have social security or veteran's benefits or any of those kinds of things you're eligible. The one big eligibility change is what we call mixed status families household where one spouse has a social security number in the other spouses maybe unauthorized immigrant and doesn't Social security number in the first round they were ineligible and this time they are actually retroactively eligible for the payment. Just for the one spouse in any children who have social security numbers so you report. The stimulus checks could go out next week. That seems like a faster turnaround than the last time right. Yeah and somebody's because of the work they did. Last may have the file basically the computer files load up with the right number six hundred dollars per adult six hundred dollars per child and send the money to bank accounts and they've got more bank information than they had in the spring because of people who don't typically filed tax returns but updated their information with the irs treasury secretary. Steve mnuchin said that we should start seeing payments in bank accounts early next week but it seems like this is on track to happen relatively quickly even faster than Than last time. Now how about people who prefer to receive a paper check so they would get it a little bit later. We're still trying to figure out exactly how long that would take. The legislative text of the bill seems to suggest that payments will be done by january fifteenth. And then any one who hasn't received one by then basically can claim it as part of their twenty twenty tax return. So that's one thing that we're kind of looking for some additional clarity on as we go forward here is exactly how this would work for people who might need a paper jacket. Might be that end up getting it on your As part of your tax return okay. So you report. The checks are based on household data from two thousand nineteen. But what if someone's family size change since. The last checks went out in the spring. So that's where the fact that all gets reconciled them. The twenty twenty tax return is important. But it's a one way reconcilable so if you had a child anytime in two thousand and twenty. They wouldn't have been reflected on the first payment or the second one. And so you would get eleven hundred extra as part of your tax refund or lowering your tax payment when you file your twenty twenty tax return the other reason you might see some people changes is if your income went down say you earned one hundred thousand twenty nine thousand nine but then your income went down so you qualify for more for the full payment for twenty twenty. Then you'd be able to claim that on on your tax return but the keeping it doesn't go the other way if your income went up to go out of the rain or any payment the you don't have to pay that back any payment you got. You don't have to pay back if you're if you're eligibility either. In terms of income dependence changes between the time of the payment of the time you value tax return. All right. That's tax reporter richard rubin. The relief package also includes measures to assist jobless. Americans and renters could be facing eviction of the end of the month for more on that we've got reporter. Andrew durham on the line from washington andrew. Thanks for taking the time to be with us. Yeah thanks for having me so this is definitely good. News for people receiving unemployment benefits. How do the numbers stack up for them. So yeah there. There's a few measures in this bill. That will help folks who are on unemployment insurance the probably the biggest one is that people who are receiving unemployment insurance right now. We'll get an additional three hundred dollars per week from the federal government so it will just increase the size of the assistance for for people who are receiving State unemployment payments other measures in. There is that it extends to other unemployment programs by eleven weeks so one of the things that are two of the things that congress did earlier this year when they first started passing relief legislation for covid nineteen is they expanded the number of people who can claim unemployment benefits to include a gig workers contract workers and freelance workers folks like that who don't typically qualify and then they also extended the timeline for state unemployment benefits so that they lasted an additional set a time and so the total time line for folks who could for receiving state unemployment benefits now Thirty nine weeks and so this bill adds onto that even further so that that that number thirty nine weeks now becomes fifty so folks who were facing the possibility of having their unemployment benefits ending In the coming week here we'll now have another eleven weeks to to draw from those benefits and the clock's ticking from any renters. A lot of them have been struggling to make payments and faced possible eviction at the end of the month when some federal protections expire head. Us a covid bill address that so it does too big things for renters in the bill. First of all it gives a twenty five billion dollars in rental assistance. That's that's aimed at kind of low income americans to help them try and cover rent in the first place but then on top of that it extends conviction moratorium which has been in place for much twenty twenty-eight it extends out for another month so that will now last it was it was set to end at the end of this month but it will now end and at the end of january so those are the two those are the two main things got folks who are worried about paying. Rents will be able to count on now

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Interview With Marla Beck of bluemercury

Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff

05:46 min | Last month

Interview With Marla Beck of bluemercury

"Everyone welcome superwomen. Today's guest. I'm very excited. Talk you a superfan. And i haunt her location near my office frequently marla who is the co founder and ceo behind plumer the nation's largest and fastest growing luxury beauty retailer and spa in the country. So hello and welcome. I thank you for having me. I am super fan of you. Also so the feeling is mutual. So i would love to kind of go back to the beginning because i know you were acquired but i would love to go through kind of the initial idea that you had for blue mercury and your skin care lines but where did you start off. So i actually grew up in. California was a junkie. There were little beauty shops. Where people made handmade things in berkeley which is about five minutes from where i grew up and when i was in high school is a new brand called german logica and so i always knew what was new on what was going on in beauty When i moved east to go to graduate school in boston a chance to drive forty five minutes. Divide act lipstick which was only sold at bengals in one place and on top of that it was the beginning of the i e commerce bom in fact we had just gotten our own email addresses and google and all the search and all the businesses that are here today did not exist. There was an obscure moore came to business school to talk about his business. He was talking about how he was going to bring books to the internet. And i was completely floored. jeff bezos. Only thirty people came to his talk. I was inspired by this new potential world out there that i couldn't even imagine and so started to think about what products i could bring to. The internet moved to dc after grad school and started blue mercury to bring luxury beauty products to the internet so initially inspired by jeff bezos in my obsession with beauty and we were one of the first to bring brands to the internet. Act of nineteen ninety. Nine week quickly realized that were too early. Not everybody was shopping online in fact everybody was on. Aol dial up and it used to take forever to get online and so we were just too early with that idea and so we pivoted and i laugh because were pivot didn't exist then we we were actually. Almost bankrupt realized we needed to do something different. And so we opened our first beauty store in washington. Dc georgetown back then you could only buy cosmetics at drugstores or department stores. There was no such thing as a free standing beauty store and We thought why not create this environment. Where staff were trained in all france where you could touch and feel products and that You could get makeup application and spa services in one place if you think back to them and i know a lot of people up did not shout back then who may be listening but everything was behind glass counters at department stores and you go up to the counter and ask someone to touch things to try things and i was in my twenties and i felt like no one really wanted to help me because i will spend money so this idea. The freestanding neighborhood beauty store was revolutionary at the time. And i remember i was so happy. Our first clients used to come in and screaming that they could touch products find find obscure brands get advice on a bunch of brands in their beauty problems and also get spa services in the same location as so now is the start of blue mercury. We wrote a bunch of different ways. The ecommerce wave and this move from buying beauty products at at department stores to buy beauty products in specialty stores so it was really the beginning and it took us a long time to build business. I've been at it for twenty one years so excited to have been building blue mercury for all that time. I love that. What seems as an overnight success to people when they read about your acquisition is like oh no. I've been doing this for twenty one years. I almost went bankrupt. You know it just goes to show you. And i and i. I like to talk about that. Because i think people think that i'm an overnight success and i've been doing this for twenty years. Now there's a lot of blocking and tackling around and usually your initial idea is completely wrong right. I think you have to have humility to realize that you're wrong. You need to change directions and we were humble in the first year pretty quickly and made. It's really sort of try to deal in truth and build a real business that had value for customer saying i think we got caught up in the first internet craze and it was exciting and fun and then we realized that we had to spend our time knowing and understanding what people want what they need and beauty and then just really took our time building the business and building an enduring company so when you were faced with bankruptcy being too early to the e com days how did you guys have the bravery or even funds to open your first brick and mortar. It's it's a great question. In fact we had received investment for the e commerce business and our investors hated the idea of doing a store because back then all value was pure play e commerce. And so my husband. I barry actually used our own money to do the first store.

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PubMatic Founder and CEO Rajeev Goel on Taking His Company Public

AdExchanger Talks

05:17 min | Last month

PubMatic Founder and CEO Rajeev Goel on Taking His Company Public

"Hello everyone welcome. Back to the podcast. This is zach rogers. I'm the executive editor of ad exchanger. So pathetic went public today. I'm speaking to you on wednesday. December the ninth week for. Ipo's and it's not every day not every week lately. It's not every quarter you have an ad tech ipo. They've been scarce to to put it mildly in recent months and years. So i'm delighted to be talking with rajiv go l. The ceo palmach about his company going public. Welcome eve thank you. Act great to be here with you again absolutely so just to to sort of fill in some details for the audience before we jump in you filed last month to raise a what you hoped would be about seventy five million in public offering you. How did that. By a good margin you raised hundred nineteen million today. Congratulations thank you and I think that values you matt paramedic at about nine hundred and fifty million darn close to a billion dollar valuation. Is that right. Yeah that's right. That's exactly right super. So how are you feeling right now. While i'm feeling i'm feeling very good very proud. I would say of our entire team now. It's been just a huge effort over five hundred employees to help us achieve this milestone. You know we've been a private company for fourteen years and we really look at this as the opportunity for the next phase of the company. So we're incredibly proud of what we've achieved but we're also excited to get back to work and get back to our jobs of serving our customers and in growing our business. Yeah i have to admit. I'm i bet you're feeling that way. I'm a little stunned myself. Having observed pathetic over these fourteen years all of a sudden. You know you're going public and with the great outcome and So i i can only imagine how you must feel And indeed. I would love to hear a little more if you wouldn't mind developing that a bit on. What the last several months. Where like i mean first of all. You can't do a traditional roadshow what's it like doing. A virtual road roadshow and how much internal work was necessary to get ready for this moment while i call this the sweatpants ipo. Because i literally wore sweatpants to every banker and investor meeting and had a nice dress shirt and proper sweater on top. But i think it's a little bit of the sign of how the world is changing right. Which is an it feeds into into why we decided to go public now. Which is that. The world is very different now and i think into the future than it was back in january and we think the opportunity is much bigger for our business for customers because so much has changed around consumer behavior right so consumers are doing things on the internet that they've never done before things like seeing their doctor in an app fitness classes streaming online buying cars online not to mention work from home at school from home and then consumers also have a lot more time to spend on the internet. Because they're not commuting. They're not going out for other things and you know there will be a new normal. Maybe six nine twelve months from now but i don't think it will look like the old normal right. It'll be some some new state. Where i think the digital economy will be a much bigger share of the overall economy. And i think what we see is that digital. Advertising is really an essential lubricant of how the digital economy works okay. Great and so that speaks to kind of an accelerated Celebration of digital advertising. It was very bad cue to just from a business standpoint. however this year was Overall good news for any company in the digital ad space just just from the standpoint of people working remotely and doing everything remotely. It was a bad year in every other respect for all the reasons that we all know. Could you talk about when you decided. Oh now's the time to go public. Did it have to do with the acceleration. That came with the pandemic shutdown. Yeah you know we had this insight. I think pretty late in cute to where obviously every company pulled back significantly in late march. Early april right in terms of their whatever. Their plan was for the year. Right is obviously the world was going through this this cataclysmic event but what we found in the middle of q two is that because of our unique profitability. We were able to really think about the longterm opportunity in front of us so we never stop hiring or stopped investing even in the toughest parts of of late march and april. We shifted where we were investing in. What types of things. We were doing But we had an ability to continue to invest because even through that downturn able so as we extrapolated that into the future and we realized that the digital opportunity will be much bigger and we have a unique platform in terms of the innovation and the profitability. We we thought to ourselves that you know to be properly prepared for the opportunity in front of us. We needed to be public to have the most efficient access to capital.

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There’s no ‘hacker house’ geared toward undergraduate women, so they created one of their own

Equity

02:37 min | Last month

There’s no ‘hacker house’ geared toward undergraduate women, so they created one of their own

"Group of twenty undergrads across the country who are women in cs. Studying cs have formed their own hacker house of sorts to take up semesters and just work with each other for nine weeks over five hundred people applied and and twenty people were chosen and where maybe before they were. There were dropping out. And if. I'm not totally mistaken Five hundred applicants twenty chosen. That's a four percent admit rate. Is that right totally. There was also a really healthy showing of diversity. Which i think is something that is lacking in hacker says the piece i wrote a couple months ago just talked about how most of them skewed white and male and so this was i think one of the only female focused are female. Only hucker houses out there. The last detail i wanna give and the real reason why i was. You know my ears. Perked up when i talked to. The co founders was that all the participants have signed this contract where they plan to dedicate one percent of their annual income for the next five years and to a syndicate fund. And i was like well when i was twenty years old. I was not thinking about those things and no matter. How big that fun guts. Fine but i was. I have to give snaps in them for being investors angel investors at this age that reminds me of the one percent pledge but it's not an altruistic pledge it's more of aac group build a little fun pledge i think that's that's brilliant although i will say twenty twenty kids college income one percent it niches down to a small dollar amount but at the same time. That doesn't mean you won't learn a lot. Get a lot of access to companies and maybe pick up a cool job or whatever. It is so overall pretty great. Yeah i mean. I covered a startup doing this earlier this year. Whose name. i can't remember a on the spot. But i think one of the interesting things is. How much is just marinate community right. The goal is to make sure that people helping you know intro. Their friends to their investors to make the connections to create the glue that holds us communities. Together it look it. It is a financial incentive to do that obviously the friendships and the actual relationships are the core that helps to incentive align. The other thing. I liked about this program. Was they do charge a five thousand dollar entrance fee. Apparently they actually have scholarships covering for half the participants in the program from quote unnamed investor. So i cannot like this model of. We've seen it occasionally where it's like. Look you can charge for something but then there are other people who might actually subsidize it for some of those users. And so i think that that's like a nice mix as well and i just want to say like this sort of stuff we cover no because it has a big financial impact whatever but it does make me happy. I love seeing young. People do cool things and take advantage of the situation and excel and so this is just another example of that. And i wish that when i was their age i had half the drive and seriousness. Lack of a better phrase. Because i'm very impressed by them.

US jobless claims increase to 742,000 as pandemic worsens

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

US jobless claims increase to 742,000 as pandemic worsens

"Jobless claims last week was 742,000. About 35,000 Maura than analysts predicted. Last week's increase of 31,000 claims is the first time we've seen claims go up in nine weeks now. Some of this, of course, is side to the increase in Corona virus infections as a number of states clamp down their economies to control the spread, and with even more recent restrictions, just announced The number of jobless claims in the weeks ahead seems likely to go up layoffs or in the wind that Vestas wind systems in Brighton Company makes blades for wind turbines and says it will lay off

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Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

09:05 min | 2 months ago

Trump fires nation's top election security official who disputed fraud claims

"A town were. Disagreement is par for the course. Today there was one thing that almost all of washington could agree on namely that the government's top election security cyber cyber security official. Chris crabs did a great job protecting our democracy and did not deserve to be fired. Chris crabs was dismissed last night via presidential tweet after he repeatedly pushed back on trump's claims of election fraud and after his agency refused white house. Requests to edit or remove informational accurate content which was pushing back against trump's false election claims most notably krebs cybersecurity and infrastructure. Security agency cisa. It's a unit within the department of homeland security last week called the november third election quote the most secure in american history adding that there is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes changed votes or was in any way compromised and quote democrats today reacted to krebs firing with predictable outrage but notably they were joined by many republicans including some of the president's most ardent defenders in congress to presents variety to the confusion entails. I'm sure i'm not the only one that we'd like. Return to more of a lot on what's normally of course. Well chris krebs is rightfully earning plaudits in an enhanced reputation for a job. Well done and for standing up to this president. This lack of normalcy is likely to continue for the remaining nine weeks left to go in this administration. We all need a way to get through it. So i'm happy to give you one. I'm happy say the joining us now to discuss this story and others is someone who obviously needs no introduction on this show or anywhere else the inestimable. Rachel meadow rachel. It is so great to see you here. I'm going to ask you the first question on behalf of all of your viewers how are you. I am great valley and let me just start by saying how thankful i am to you for doing for stepping in for me on zero notice and doing this at length. You've just been fantastic and my staff loves working with you and you just. I've been watching every night and you guys are doing an amazing job and so i am grateful to you for making it possible for me to be important which is Which has been a trip. But i'm i'm fine. I have continued to test negative through this whole thing. Which means that. I'm getting close to the end of my quarantine period. I will hopefully think potentially be back hosting either tomorrow night or the night after in which case i will have more to say about where i been in what i've been doing and what it's been like. I definitely have some stuff to say about that. And i want to let people know what's been going on but bottom line is i'm grateful to you and i'm finding i will be back in something that looks like your chair pretty said well you come in the time that is needed for you to come and as i remind our viewers all the time This continues to be your staff who put the show together and it has your dna and it's so we're we're glad for that. I want to ask you about this topic. We were just talking about chris. Crabs a man who was responsible for trying to keep at least outside interference and cyber interference out of our election. He told people last week he thought he was going to get fired and then last night in typical fashion. He got fired by tweet for doing his job. The president directly contradicted him saying he was wrong about what he said. This election was not safe. Votes were changed votes that were cast for trump became biden votes and chris. Krebs is now no longer there. What do you make of this. I a couple of things i mean. In terms of krebs himself. I feel like it's worth reflecting. On the fact that i don't know that there is anybody else who has served particularly at a high level in the trump administration who has come out of it not just with an enhanced reputation for having done a job very well and done right by the country and taking something. That was very very difficult. That other people have had a really hard time with and sort of nailing it doing it well but also leaving not just with his badge of honor of being fired by the president for having done his job well leaving without having compromised himself without having bit his tongue without having kowtowed to the president or compromised himself in any way that was trying to either stave off himself being fired or trying not to rock the boat or trying to go along to get along. Which so many good people have fallen prey to because that's the way the president manipulates people gets what he wants and so i think chris crabs is being lauded justifiably by people on all sides of the ideological spectrum and all levels of government for having done a really good job but he also really in some ways stands alone in terms of having done well and done right and not having bent himself to the vagaries of this president. I think that's really important. I will also say the alley. That i think there's an institutional thing to watch out for. Because part of the reason we started talking about crabs potentially being fired last week was when a divisional chief at cisa got fired. Then krebs himself got fired. His deputy also got fired. What's happened is this agency has been decapitated and that has a couple of risks. One is that this is a dozen just work on election security. They are responsible for example for protecting vaccine. Researchers from what appears to be a robust international malign effort to interfere with and steal vaccine data by actors like potentially north korea iran russia That's really important. We reported in recent weeks on hospitals being hit with ransomware attacks russian-speaking gangs from the former soviet union hitting us hospitals in the middle of this pandemic with ransomware attacks and locking their computer systems. That's also with instances remain. We need an agency. That's good at that stuff but also in terms of the election. i mean the there are still being counted. There are recounts happening. there are certification. Tallies that are coming up and people including senators on the intelligence committee have warned that this is one of the times when we are quite vulnerable to disinformation and potentially foreign interference. Somebody might target the understanding of the american people to try to confuse us an upset us and muddied the result of the election now as it is being finalized and finally tabulated and so two houses a plan so well not just to have him ousted but to have all the whole upper echelons of the agency taken out for these reasons at this time is very dangerous for lots of different reasons. And i'm i'm very very uncomfortable with not just what this means for but what the implications are for our national security one of the reasons i would like you back is because rather than doing it myself. I'd like to hear your narration of this legal clown car. That is driving around the united states stopping michigan last night with the board of canvassers in wayne. County not agreeing to certify detroit's election results than fifteen million three hours later after getting pressure decided to do so. Rudy giuliani walking into a court. Case after twenty eight years Walk into a courtroom in philadelphia not really understanding the law very well. Republicans putting pressure on the secretary of state of georgia. It is a bit of a clown car but they are doing stuff to stop this election from being certified and to stop the administration from taking the reins and getting their transition moving. Yeah that's right. And i think you had really interesting conversation. Stacey abrams about this earlier in the hour alley. And i. I think that one thing. That's that's interesting that we can see at work is what you were talking about with her about the secretary of state and georgia the republican secretary of state who's absolutely been involved in contentious voting rights disputes with voting rights advocates like abrahams with democrats in georgia but his emerging here as a sort of normal republican and not a trump republican in the sense that he's not exactly a champion of voting rights in georgia georgia's had all these troubles but he's also not willing to go along with the insanity of the trump republican claims that the georgia election should be thrown out because of some magic dust that they've imagined they can cast over those election results so i do think that this is accelerating in some small ways with republican elections officials whether it's local commissioners in pennsylvania or the secretary of state in georgia or other people who are just sort of you know regular elected officials who are responsible for election integrity finding themselves affronted by the president and his legal team are trying to do in a way that i think maybe is giving us a little bit of a peak had a post trump republican party or at least where the schism might be between trump and and republicanism as we move forward.

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Can unemployment insurance be fixed?

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Can unemployment insurance be fixed?

"Thirty eight days a little bit more than a month gets you to the day. After christmas and the expiration of most of the federal unemployment programs that were passed last spring in the cares. Act that in and of itself is not good economic news. Neither to is the reality that there are no negotiations happening right now. In congress on more relief democrats and republicans aren't even talking and so according to research out today from the century foundation twelve million people who are out of work in this economy are thirty eight days from losing their benefits. Marketplace's nancy marshall genzer explains what that's gonna mean for them and for us without a deal. December twenty six will be a grim day for unemployed workers and a us economy andrew stenner with a century foundation. Says it's like twelve million workers and their spending power will fall off a cliff. Even if you thought you had ten eleven twelve nine weeks left. You won't get those weeks. You get cut off that exact week. Benefits for gig. Workers and the self-employed are ending as is federal. Help for most people who've exhausted their state benefits stettler says black workers in the service sector will be hit especially hard since so many of those businesses have closed. Kimberly austin is a black artist. Who lost her job. As a face painter at legoland near san diego she wants federal action now. The should not eat a political joke to anybody. This makes no sense. Austin has been getting by on two hundred eighty five dollars a week in unemployment. she's uninsured and the inhalers she needs for her. Asthma cost. Two hundred dollars jason. ye doesn't have health insurance either. He's an accountant in los angeles. Who was laid off last june. He's been living on four hundred fifty dollars a week plus his savings. The cliff will be bad because eventually with no benefits. Then you know it'll be a hundred percent savings. He says savings will run out in february. He could tap into a retirement account but he's only fifty five. That means an early withdrawal penalty at penalty waiver in the cares act also expires at the end of the year.

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Some Wichita schools move to remote learning

Steve and Ted

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

Some Wichita schools move to remote learning

"Aboard revisited plans for second quarter learning in light of rising covert cases in Sedgwick County, The board voted 5 to 2 to continue the learning plan from first quarter that means elementary schools will be on site in my school, remote middle and high schools will be my school remote on Ly for the second nine weeks of the school year. Ust 259 director of Health services Kimber CASS, It's told board members that the number of cases in the district have doubled since last week. CASS it's said more than 68. People in the district have tested positive since November. 5th. Yes, we have 90 buildings, 90 plus buildings. But we have some buildings that have over 20 staff members out. This is just our positive cases that we know about in our schools. The second quarter of the school year begins on Thursday. The board will next meet on Monday, November 23rd to review the latest covered 19 information from Sedgwick County. Dave Wilson. Kenyan SS

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Georgia Senate special election result projected to go to a runoff between Sen. Loeffler and Democrat Warnock

Mornings on Maine Street

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Georgia Senate special election result projected to go to a runoff between Sen. Loeffler and Democrat Warnock

"One of the two races for U. S. Senate in Georgia is going to a runoff as expected. GNN Rob Stadler has more on the race to fill the unexpired term of Republican Johnny Isakson. Democrat Raphael Warnock narrowly beat incumbent Kelly Leffler. But since neither captured a majority, we know that there is going to be a runoff election for the seat. On January, Leffler had to put down a strong challenge from third place finisher and outgoing congressman Doug Collins. He called to concede before endorsing the senator on Twitter. The eyes of the nation will be watching the runoff. We had the best time we've got more fun to come. We got nine weeks of fun to go the outcome on January, 5th will play a key to the balance of the Senate.

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Optical communication systems make information available faster

Innovation Now

01:05 min | 3 months ago

Optical communication systems make information available faster

"This is innovation. Now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shape our future today sending a map of Mars to Earth might take nine years with current radio systems, but as little as nine weeks with laser communications. Here's Glen Jackson Payload Manager for the laser communications. Relay Demo had Nasr's Goddard space flight, center to explain why optical communication systems are more efficient. The wavelength of light is much smaller than the wavelength of radio frequencies and the small the wavelengths, the more information you can condense in a small period of time. So we get. Greater Bandwidth with optical communication as the wavelength get smaller this technology would allow us to move large amounts of data and high definition video in shorter amounts of time, we could communicate with rovers or astronauts on Mars actually seeing and hearing more of their adventures on the Red Planet and laser communication systems on earth could provide high bandwidth in remote areas,

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Trump to wade into racial tensions with visit to Kenosha

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 5 months ago

Trump to wade into racial tensions with visit to Kenosha

"President trump is diving head first into the latest eruption in the nation's reckoning over racial injustice heading to Wisconsin days after Jacob lake shooting by police local leaders had begged the president not to visit Kenosha saying his presence could boost tensions but he's going anyway saying his visit could increase in boozy Assam a nod to Wisconsin's battleground status with the November election nine weeks away he's expected to meet with law enforcement and the White House says toward property affected by the riots after Blake shooting were meeting with numerous people but not with Blake's family the president's also defending a teenage supporter accused of killing two men during the protests last week Sager mag ani Washington

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Trump embraces law and order agenda

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 5 months ago

Trump embraces law and order agenda

"Law and order agenda nine weeks ahead of the election. President Donald Trump last the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and Democratic mayors fromthe White House briefing room late Monday. The writers and Joe Biden. Have aside they're both on the side of the radical left. The president went on to accuse Biden of aligning himself with the violence that has broken out in cities across America months, Joe Biden has given moral aid and comfort to the Vandals, repeating the monsters lie that these were peaceful protests in that peaceful protest, Trump said. The protests are all taking place in democratic run cities. Mike Rossi,

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Biden unleashes attacks, blames Trump for protest violence

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Biden unleashes attacks, blames Trump for protest violence

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump blasts Democrat Joe Biden for not speaking out against protests across the country drilling down on his law and order agenda nine weeks ahead of the election president Donald Trump blasted democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and democratic mayors from the White House briefing room late Monday the writers and Joe Biden have a side they're both on the side of the radical left the president went on to accuse biting of aligning himself with the violence that has broken out in cities across America two months ago but is given moral aid and comfort to the vandals repeating the monsters lie that these were peaceful protest in a peaceful protest trump said the protests are all taking place in democratic run cities Mike Rossio Washington

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Biden unleashes attacks, blames Trump for protest violence

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Biden unleashes attacks, blames Trump for protest violence

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president trump blasts Democrat Joe Biden for not speaking out against protests across the country drilling down on his law and order agenda nine weeks ahead of the election president Donald Trump blasted democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden and democratic mayors from the White House briefing room late Monday the writers and Joe Biden have a side they're both on the side of the radical left the president went on to accuse biting of aligning himself with the violence that has broken out in cities across America two months ago but is given moral aid and comfort to the vandals repeating the monsters lie that these were peaceful protest in a peaceful protest trump said the protests are all taking place in democratic run cities Mike Rossio Washington

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30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

Daily Sales Tips

05:24 min | 5 months ago

30 60 90 With Mike Simmons

"Talking about things in the context of thirty, sixty, ninety, you guys have heard me talk about this kind of Nauseam. It's like a cue go since talking about thirty, sixty ninety again. What does this mean? This is? A PROJECT MANAGEMENT FOR DUMMIES WHY? Because I'm a dummy and I'm not. Certified I know the. I know who? Is Is. Project Management Book of knowledge or body of Knowledge Project Management Instituted Project Management Professional. Anyhow. That's not what this thirty sixty ninety. Why are we going? Accomplish the next thirty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next sixty days? What are we going to accomplish in the next ninety days? Notice I say next thirty next sixteen next ninety reason why next three next sixteen next ninety or important to me because I'm not GonNa just wait. The next period before I deliver that I'll anger try to deliver those things as soon as possible. But these are the things I want to accomplish in the next thirty days. Next Sixty S next ninety days you've heard me talk about this before in the design backward execute going forward. So if I know that I need to get a contract and in order to implant something I've going to have to get a contract. So my implementation gate is on. must do simple math your wonders in December. Center I might implementation. In order to implement on December I probably have to do some kind of proof of concept or some kind of soft launch is called the soft launch radio soft launch inside the organization to make sure things work technically. So back off. You thirty days to do that soft launch. So. In order to do that soft launch and thirty s actually got a contract in place. That means I doubt the contract in place by November I well, in order to get the contract in place by November, I gotTa have due diligence done. GotTa. Have whatever contracting process done now my take let's say that that takes fourteen days. Let's say it's really really vast. We're talking about a single page paper release things in and out the second do that fourteen days. So now by November fifteen, I've gotta have contract in hand of the person on the other end. Now I didn't factor in his what's between November fifteenth and December verse. The thanksgiving, right so got skin which is going to be a holiday period that I gotta work on. So I'm to back this up another seventy S. so now were November seven contract people were can hand. That's just if we're gonna hit everything on time. Now beyond that I've got to agree to the terms early in the contract well, that might take a couple of weeks depending on who is going to be involved. We have to give people from purchasing to get people from. Other groups do have to get the technical people involved who else needs to be part of. So what we want to have in here is an implementation plan that gets us all the way to December I kinda walks out what is that entire period look like so then we know that we at least we're nine point where we're talking about something. Let's say October first the likelihood getting that deal done is actually really really low. So if you WANNA deal done and you want to get something implemented I December probably need to be talking with those folks those folks in getting organized around things by the first of October. We don't have that place in the likelihood of US getting that deal done pretty low now if we got longer. Cell cycles than we've got to extend those in the thirty, sixty ninety becomes more challenging. So my first thirty days. My next sixty is next ninety days. Ninety days out might be we go ahead and we watch to the audience. So launch. By the end of sixties within that first sixty days, we have our soft launch plan we know who the stakeholders are. How things are going to be communicated Guy Maybe. We've got our success criteria established. Thirty years before. We've got our scoped out. And we got general buying or decision on putting these things. Now, we could plug in a lot of these things and to be honest with you. Hate when people say that. So here I go saying that I said that I can go three different occasions today including on another video recorded by what I? WanNa. DO IS WANNA. Look at this in the context of this could be three hours, six hours, nine hours. So the next three hours next six hours, nine hours I want to get in the next three days sixty days nine days next three weeks, six weeks, nine weeks. Very. Sixty ninety three months, six months, nine months. Three years, six years, nine years just break it up into smaller pieces of three so they can always start attacking those. Point time in this area and I'm not hitting on those marks I know where my risk is and I see I might have to adjust before I get too close right out here kind of work at something that's supposed to happen in ten days and the reality is we have been front of Trinity. So that's why thirty sixty ninety day are so important to me these do not need to be really complex couple ballpoints these milestones or mile markers that we want to get through the movies died posts in your journey from. One July or mcnabb drive from Austin Texas to Orange California.

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New Zealand's Ardern postpones election as coronavirus flares up

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:30 min | 5 months ago

New Zealand's Ardern postpones election as coronavirus flares up

"Corona Viruses Forest one country to postpone its elections Cove it concerns have pushed back the election date in New Zealand. Battling a new outbreak. The country's delaying the vote by a month. Prime minister Just send the order. I have decided on balance to move the election by four weeks to the 17th of October. At the end of last week, I was advised that the state is achievable. And presents no greater risk. Then head we retained the status quo. Opposition parties had sought a delay after the virus outbreak prompted the government last week to put Oakland under a two week locked down and halted election campaign Ultimately The 17th of October in approximately nine weeks time provide sufficient time for parties to plan around the range of circumstances. We could be campaigning under For the Electoral Commission to prepare and for voters to feel assured of a safe, accessible, incredible election are durn had the option of delaying the election for up to two months. She said she had called the leaders of all political parties represented in the parliament to get their views before making her decision. Prior to this latest outbreak, New Zealand had gone 102 days without any known community transmission of the virus. Life returned to normal for most people, with restaurants and schools, open and sports fans back in stadiums. The only known cases during that time were returning travellers who are quarantined at the

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"nine weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Need to see in your attention at thirty nine weeks so that's basically most of the year you're going to be sitting around waiting for a doctor just to sort of examine you and say that there is only for specialists going to see a neurosurgeon for fun this is because generally because people have really bad medical problems that they need treated and they're just not getting taken care of so I I think that the general the general rule with single payer systems is the things that are cheap and up being cheaper everybody take a look at our primary care doc that's pretty simple you can do that it's not too difficult that'll be paid for that won't be any out of pocket costs and and that'll be pleasant speaking in may to surgery you could be waiting months and months if you get it at all and obviously if you're waiting for a long time to take care of that will get well yeah if your way yeah I again it says that I've heard is like if you go to the doctor to be a regular check Hey that's that's great having you go to any are yet maybe guy on your cell you hurt yourself whatever not a problem walking the walk out of things good now if all of a sudden if you've got long term illness if you've got a disease or disorder right now all of a sudden we got problems because we're not equipped to deal with that and so the solution is maybe you kind of the best of both worlds and and what we're talking about this morning Chris pope the Manhattan institute thanks again for the time appreciate join the show Christy well I don't think we thank you now they go free market solution of the problem is to simply and if your employer kind when you love that wait a minute I don't have to manage benefits anymore I don't have to be the the bad guy tell my employees yeah you're gonna pay more and get less this year that would be phenomenal I I I can't imagine as a player out there not going yeah you know what that'd be awesome yeah so that that's less stuff that might office people have to do is track benefits and have the benefit meeting it no we don't do it on auto home and life insurance why would do that health insurance and I'm sure the argument that would do well you know what about the people fall through the cracks again if you've got rid of the B. S. in save people money are there be more than a left not left over to take care of the indigent the poor in those who can't afford health insurance and there's still be money left over but of course it's yachts America we can't have that we have elections the wind come on user at seven hundred.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nine weeks into the NFL season the patriots defense leads the NFL in points and yards against along with interceptions and sacks the self named boogie man have been leaked but they're also coming off a thirty seven point stinker in Baltimore as Boston globe senior NFL writer Ben Volin if that performance was an anomaly or if we vote over rated the group's mind blowing staffs I don't think the patriots ultimately will be one of the historic defenses although to be fair you know the eighty five bears gave up thirty eight points to the dolphins and the two thousand or even keep up thirty seven points a jaguar so even the great deterrent do you have one or two games with they don't play so well but I do think the patriots defense will come back to earth especially the next few weeks when they play the old cowboys Texans chiefs I mean that's gonna be a very tough call it for them that's what is the eagles a week from Sunday Philadelphia's offenses middle of the pack Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio and it's one forty three it's time for traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is very taken as our Kevin ball got big trouble south of town now here Jim a one twenty eight south bound all locked up from route one in Dedham getting down to a crash has just the right lane getting by its emerge from ninety five north in that canton straight so a tough stretch here dad I'm getting into canton tough go there expressway north bound you're busy here out of the merge all the way up through upon today after that not bad to the tunnel and south bound just like that'll filled in just outside the total most of the way down the Savin hill do keep in mind that the H. O. V. lane expected to open up at two o'clock this afternoon up to the north of four ninety five south bound right lane fire department activity from earlier Kerr fired route thirty eight and took Sperry sketch back to one thirty three the over at the East Boston Ted Williams tunnel west bounce tied up from the airport over to South Boston we had some early or oversize trucks at the entrance to the Sumner tunnel that was shut down for a while that has since been reopened again that's the entrance to the.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Adam nine weeks into the NFL season the patriots defense leads the NFL in points and yards against along with interceptions and sacks the self named boogie men have been leaked but they're also coming off a thirty seven point stinker in Baltimore as Boston globe senior NFL writer Ben Volin if that performance was an anomaly or if we vote over rated the group's mind blowing stats I don't think the patriot ultimately will be one of the historic defenses although to be fair you know the eighty five bears gave up thirty eight points to the dolphins and the two thousand or even give a thirty seven point two jaguar so even these great deterrent do you have one or two games with they don't play so well but I do think the patriots defense will come back to earth especially the next few weeks when they play the old cowboys Texans chiefs I mean that's gonna be a very tough call it for them fans of his the eagles a week from Sunday Philadelphia's offenses middle of the pack Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio eleven forty three it's time for traffic and weather together the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the three is where it's taken us Kevin Boyle a lead story here seems to be up in Saugus its route one north bound just locked up I mean you're crawling from main street in Saugus all the way up to the road work here that you down to one lane at the Lingfield total on this cruise supposed to be out there until about two o'clock this afternoon so you may want to seek an alternate route to get around this route once stretched two day top on four ninety five north bound over a mile back up into those crews take a lane after route three in Chelmsford got a couple more brake lights into the right lane cruise up at two thirteen in Methuen just after two thirteen there ninety three is looking good for Medford Wilmington downtown no real big troubles just that lever down ramp hung up a bit getting down toward Storrow drive to open tonight's writing from Chelsea the river roads and airports totals are all wide open expressway north bound little busy through the Poncet are through Columbia road here Savin hill up to Columbia Wrobel college south bounce a nice ride getting down to.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The financial versity are nine week course. And they were asking about how to fast forward process. And so it's you know from all walks of life and people are hearing this message as their believing that it's possible for them so excited to keep spreading the word. That's the thing everyday millionaires. What we discovered folks is that they didn't inherit their money. They did not go to prestigious schools, they were steady investors and by and large that was the numbers anyway. And and you know, there's no magic to it. They just did the right things over and over and over again, the things you hear about here on the show every day oddly enough and detailed airtight research of the largest study ever done in North America of millionaires over ten thousand millionaires studied. And so this is defin-. Lisa ticks are not debatable. This is what wealth looks like in America today. The American dream is just alive and well in the Chris. Dave and you're not excluded. From what we have to do with as been telling people signed our own permission slip. Give ourselves the white could be able to plug in plug into a process follow. It makes sacrifice and do what's necessary. That's it. So all right, folks. If you're in the Chicago area, the Nashville area Friday will be Dallas he'll be at the Barnes and noble at six o'clock there in Dallas in Lincoln park. And then Saturday in Dallas will all be there for the. For the smart conference, the daylong conference that we're all their Chris will be speaking there and signing books there as well. So good stuff. Very very good stuff. Well, congratulations. Chris stay strong, man. You got this. Well, thank you. So I look forward to talking to you again tomorrow. All right. Chris HOGAN number one bestselling author and Ramsey personality out on the road with the everyday millionaires book tour, you can pick that book up anywhere. Great books are sold in certainly buy it here at daveramsey dot com or Chris HOGAN, three sixty dot com or Amazon or Barnes and noble or a books a million anywhere. You wanna go that? There are great books. You'll find it there. Costco's got them. Everybody's carrying this book. It is a white hot product. And we will know in about seven days when the actual news comes out on the technicalities of the bestseller lists. But we sure this is a number one bestseller probably by two x and over number two. It's salt a bunch. It's doing very very well. So we're very excited by it and for it. And if you wanna learn how to be a millionaire the best way to do that is not talk to your broke friends or listening to a politician who wants your vote, but instead actually listening to what real millionaire say ten thousand of them. And they will tell you what the data points are what Condoleeza Rice says is absolutely true. It doesn't matter where you're coming from and the data shows that by the way. What matters is where you're going Caleb is with us in Dallas, Texas. Hey caleb. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey, Dave, thanks for taking my call. And thanks for everything. Absolutely. How can I help? Yes. So my wife, and I we are on kind of baby step hero point five. Working on our emergency fund and having four hundred way, but we recently had a medical situation come up, and how do they pay on it and it went to questions and now eighty two thousand dollars. Just curious what what kind of advice, you would have for us for how to handle that you did you did not have health insurance? No health chance. Why? Because at that point because I've gotten a little bit smarter. My wife signed up. That it just gonna say from my wife and daughter to be high. Obviously, obviously, that's a wrong statement. It was very affordable compared to where you ended up that say to you couldn't afford not to have it, which is the case of everyone. Okay. She of eighty two thousand dollars due to what what kind of a procedure. We actually lots end up staying in hospital for four days. Oh my God. I'm sorry. When did that happen? Happening july. Oh my goodness. An accident. No. My wife is pregnant lesser ostracize. Oh, I see in the pregnancy. I see. Okay. What is your household income? My my salary is about sixty five K, and I burn somewhere between about eighteen to twenty five or commissions every year. So so she worked outside the home. She's a stay at home. Okay. Here's what I'd do. Schedule a meeting in person. And it may take you several calls and some persuasion just to get the meeting with some folks in the administrative offices at the hospital because most of the eighty two thousand is the hospital. There are some other bills from other people doctors or whatever lab reports whatever, but most of it is the hospital probably fifty sixty grand of the eighty to sit down with them. And I think you tell them this. Thank you for taking care of my wife and walking with us through this unbelievable tragedy. We don't have anything, but good feelings toward you guys for doing everything you're supposed to do. And I assume that's true. Okay..

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"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"When you do the nine weeks or how does that work? Yeah. It's and I've done it twice. So I went there with Meg. And I've done it with Kodak. But it's this last session that I went to last with Kodak it was three weeks there. Three weeks home three weeks there then five weeks home and then three weeks there. We just graduated on Mateen, there's when we finished, congratulations. There were nine dogs in that school. There were three from Kansas two from Virginia three from Indiana. One one and one from Idaho. Nice dice will tell us. What was that nine weeks? Like what were the dogs learning to do during that time, what are their tasks that they can perform they start out in the nine-week school? The first probably the first five to six weeks is spent just on tracking man tracking people tracking detract people that for whatever reason either run from us. Maybe that are lost those kind of things that's probably the hardest thing to teach the dog is the tracking aspect of it. So we spend the most amount of time working on that. Yeah. It's not like what people see on TV 'cause I get asked all the time. Well, you know, here's here's a shirt that somebody will that was wearing can you go. Find them all that's not how our dogs are trained. Our dogs are trained to follow the the actual human scent of an individual person or the crush vegetation where they either walked around. They track off of both our dogs. We need a starting point. Where was the last place that this? Person that we're looking for was run through where did they walk away from those kind of things. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. That would be hard gosh. And what other tasks could they do what other things are they training for then the next thing after we progress through the tracking part of it. And they get that. You're not gonna say down to get it started to get it mastered a little bit. Then we graduate into doing what we call evidence recovery or areas searches are trained to to find anything with human scent on it and or gun powder gun powder residue. Those kind of things or dogs can find guns shell casings. It's really limitless. When it comes to anything that anybody's touched, whether that'd be a cell phone that somebody lost whether that be a maybe a knife that somebody used to commit a crime, and they threw it out the window. It could be anything really. Back in my day. You know, she found a wallet that a hunter. And actually lost ten days prior out in the field. And he just didn't know where he lost it. He'd looked and looked and looked and was unable to ever find it. And he called me and asked me if I thought Meg could find it. And I said, well, we can try because he didn't know exactly exactly where he lost it. He knew he started Newry finished Meg found it in six minutes. So yeah. Wow. Wow. She's setting the bar really high for Kodak. Wow. Yeah. Well, hold onto that thought Lance because we're gonna take a quick break. And here's some important messages from our sponsors. And we're gonna come back and continue talking about this training because I want to hear more.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"So I still have nine weeks left for my GI Bill pay for schooling. But instead of just going to any schooling. I was thinking of something that would bring in an income, and they have in this area truck driving and the schooling is nine weeks. Which is exactly what I have. Okay. But I thought about doing that over the summer, and then trying to pick up, and I don't even know it sounds like you have to have training afterwards because I've talked to a lot of people than try to get that training. And then be able to pick up gigs may be seasonal and seasonal for you. Yes. Seasonal for you is obviously summertime, and then do you? You have some winter breaks we have three or four weeks as well or spring break. What's that look like it'd be like weeks at a time? So it'd be summertime, and then it'd be like a week here. They could probably do night at like four the holidays. So what's your question for many? My husband has want me to do it. So do you have any suggestions? Yeah. Sit down with your husband again, if he didn't get it the first time and find out why he doesn't want you to do it. But if you know, why doesn't want you to do it. Then unless you're going to sit down and have a meaningful conversation to try to win him over. Then I would look somewhere else. Are you willing to have another sit down and make your case? One more time and address his concerns. Yeah. Well, I'll try that. I think it's always worth one more time. But you you got to go into this not trying to sell him. But trying to address his concerns. What are his concerns? Has gone beyond the whole summer. Yeah. Good, man. Like this guy. And truck driving. I mean that does a lot of long hours you're out there by yourself is that a concern of his as well, I don't think so I'm pretty independent woman. All right. I like that. Hey, newsflash don't mess with Belinda. All right. That's what that means. I like that a lot of I think you this is a relationship questioned not a career not a secondary job question. And if you have the sit down with him, and you don't sway his concerns, which is primarily a I don't want you gone all summer, you have to go. Well, what else can I do? And I would not limit yourself to something that the GI Bill will help you get trained for who says you need nine weeks of school to go out there make good money. What do you love most about your job in the education space? I'm a counselor a military family life counselor. And I just And just love it. love it might be hope I helped the people that I wanted to help I love families and military. It on helping their kids. And you've got you've got some great qualifications. Have you looked into how you could step into a seasonal slash even though might be fulltime in the summer. Let's let's be.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on WLAC

"But you go nine times nine times during the week one week at nine weeks, rather one night a week that kind of thing and the coordinators are the ones that put that together. And there's tens of thousands of them around America. Bob guarantee is one of them in Atlanta, Georgia, the Alfa Reta Georgia area. Hey, bob. How are you? Great, thanks for having me on. Absolutely thanks for being on on giving Tuesday. And so what made you decide to be a financial peace university coordinator to be giving in that way. As a volunteer. We'll be did it goes back to my life. And I he'll having experienced some financial problems of our own. We got ourselves into seventy five thousand dollars in debt and really were pretty pretty hopeless. So on finding out about you. I think I mentioned that we saw you happen to see you on sixty minutes back in two thousand four. Wow. We heard of you. Yeah. I heard of you, and we happen to go to an event or a couple three weeks later that just happened to be in our area north church. How you live and from there. We took financial peace ourselves. We're really excited about that. And we were able to within a year and a half after the class knock out or seventy five thousand dollars in debt. And we just were so pumped about that. I just felt like I have to carry this on and take it to my church. So that other people can have hope where whether or not having hope today. One of the interesting things about giving. I and I think it's especially true evolving. Tearing it's also true when you give money when you do it in a personal level, not a check through the mail to somebody. You never meet. But when you do giving of some kind on a personal level is you end up the paradox says you end up getting more out of it than you give in like you get to you got a front row seat to watch him people change their lives. And I it it. You know, it's like people say, well, you work, so hard, Dave. I'm I don't work, man. I mean, I'm down here. Helping people in every day is fun because I get a front row seat. Like, you have there to watch them people change their lives. I would imagine. How many how many clashes have you lead? Bob. Thirty four so far. Gosh. Well, you've definitely got some stories then of lives changed, right? Oh, yes. Definitely. Dave. This this last class. I mean, I can tell you even by the tenor of it. It started out as a I. We don't like oh my gosh. Everyone so tense, right? You know, some people definitely got drug there. And we're very nervous about the whole situation. But you could even just see just even how people related to each other how couples were relating to each other as the class went on. You could tell that they were communicating and improving and whatnot. So that you know, you get that sort of thing just right during the class, but I do have people come back to me. Afterwards. And interestingly one of the most common things people come back to me, especially this was happening during the meltdown a few years ago. If people come up to me and shake my hand and say, you know, I really appreciate you coordinating because you know, lost my job, and because we had a fully funded emergency fund able to get through without really any stress. And we we really appreciate that. So I always think that was kind of an interesting one where people really appreciative. But that's one of the examples. I had. Yeah. Absolutely. But you do get more back out of it than you give in don't you? Well, absolutely. I mean, you know for for some of it. I mean that is you know, obviously that people do well, and they let you know how well they're doing. You can see people have hope right out of hopelessness, and that's very rewarding. And it gets a little bit of a class yourself because the constant reinforcement for you to that. You know, this is this is the way to stay on to stay on the train and keep keep going forward. You know forever. So I mean, I think both sides you get you get the benefit of seeing people change and also keeping yourself on track thirty four classes since two thousand four while. That's right. So what keeps you coming back? Well, my wife, and I were talking about this the other night, Sherry, and I would talk them about this last night when I was doing it. I was thinking about, you know, kind of in terms of getting it going on, you know, not really looking at it as a long term thing. But you know, a couple of things out there, and you know, obviously, one of them is really passionate about it. Even if I'm really tired when I go to class, it just you just energizes me the end there and in talking to people about this stuff. But the other thing is I started to learn about spiritual gifts, you know. Going through my Christian walk and. You know, I realized along the way that, you know, your God wants us to do the things that help out in ways that I would at things were good. Are fine and energizing for us. They don't want us to do awful stuff. And I realized that this is a spiritual gift that I had to give back. And so that kind of made me realize this is something I'm going to continue doing it as long as I possibly can. But we appreciate you. We really do. Bob Guiney financial peace university coordinator extraordinaire in the Alfred Georgia area. Mount pigs United Methodist Church when are you currently in the middle of a class? Well, we finished went up, but we had another one who scheduled to start at the mid-january perfect. We're getting ready for that. Perfect. Well, you've seen a lot of versions of Dave over the years. We have already for the next one coming out. Good times are on the way. My man good times. I'm telling you. Hey, man. Thank you so much for leading financial peace university. We really really appreciate it. It is giving Tuesday. And so we thought we would spotlight a coordinator extraordinaire, I mean,.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Three hundred dollars in debt in the nine weeks in the ninety days of nine days from the time they start the membership and attend the, you know, they tend the nine weeks of classes, and then they plug into every dollar plus and some of you that have been in financial peace university. You may want to rejoin this membership because you may want to watch some of the refreshed lessons and so forth that are coming out next year. But also the legacy journey the entire courses built into the membership. You're going. Watch it all online the smart money. Smart kids course from Rachel primarily Rachel I'm involved in. But that course, on teaching your kids how to handle money is all involved in the membership. It's all part of it. And so if you want to do some follow up courses, plus we're also going to be putting all kinds of goodies in there. Some streaming stuff. Some of the events were doing all you're going to have as a member you're going to have privileges. It's going to be pretty stuff. You get a hold of. And that you can do about the new the new what data videos? Oh, I think I just did a while not all of them. We just did a few what we're gonna do. It's an ongoing membership. We're gonna constantly refresh them from now. Yes. And so, you know, there's a few of them are going to be a refreshed, and we'll be coming out next year. And by the end the year, they'll be a few more, and we're just going to constantly be adding stuff. I mean, really exciting. It really is. So make sure you check it out because and give it to give it a gift to. Someone that, you know, needs this plan is I've been having couples on my show that have that are in the middle of their free journey or they're in the middle of financial peace university. And it is just so encouraging because what you are you're getting this this wealth of knowledge that you've never seventeen credit card in credit cards. Yes. In ten weeks. Yeah. So fast, and again, and it's one of those things it's like you just for a lot of people. You just need that extra motivation that extra guidance to show you this is the step-by-step. This is exactly what you you're like. Okay. Let's do it. And then it works. You start paying off debt? You start living intentionally. It's it's a pretty amazing thing. So and then you get in the position you'd be Chris Hogan's everyday millionaires. Yes. Dot com. Check.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And finally after nine weeks American horror story apocalypse remains in the top spot. The fire and rain episode is your number one TV stream that's this week's top TV. Streams on iheartradio. It's time for college basketball. Hi, this is Mark Johnson. It's the budget dissipated season opener for the Colorado basketball teams. Our pre game coverage begins at five thirty the tip off at six you're on KOA, NewsRadio serious law firm for serious cases. welcome to the show Tuesday. Saunas out little warmer than yesterday. And we have a little warming trend is going to happen. This week still colder than normal for this time of year. We've been colder than normal for two weeks and tomorrow will be above normal temps for this time of year for the first time in two weeks, kind of like the snow. I know you like the snow it's December. I mean like Rick ED's December. It's not like I'm saying I want snow in June. No, whatever. You know, I'm not a snow guys say whatever.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Had nine weeks of radiation for his prostate cancer. Again, doctors get paid by the DOE. So yeah, giving Forty-five treatments is great for the hospital great for the doctors. But what about the patient could have had less treatment and more effective treatment here at radio, Saturday, New York, but no one. Told them the doctors said that they placed in column you can have nine weeks of radiation there or he goes to Dr Liederman with better results in the half the time that didn't tell him that. I wonder why they didn't tell them they could get better results with Dr Liederman, and we have proof. You can look at our booklet you can call off as get our prostate booklet, you can see what nine weeks irradiation will do versus our treatment. So yeah, it was great for them. Great for the doctors. But the problem was it wasn't great for the patient. And now the cancers Quebec is PSA is rising. And he came here for a fresh second opinion at other places is gonna put them on hormonal therapy, and we know that hormones, don't cure anybody with prostate cancer. Maybe they slow down the cancer for awhile and some patients, but by themselves forget about it. So it came to us at that other place a big hospital and never biopsy the process to prove that it is cancer. Here. We have proof that there's cancer the prostate here, we're putting together a package program to offer treatment of the cancer that still in the prostate even though he had. Nine weeks of treatment. And with all the options whether all kinds of local therapy systemic therapies for his recurrent cancer. But the best is always to get the best treatment. I if you get the best treatment, I as a highest chance of success, then there's less need for subsequent treatment and often. When the cancer comes back like this man after nine weeks of treatment, then he stuck those better to have the best treatment. I that's why we offer the best treatment. I proven therapy. Over decades here at registered in New York for prostate cancer and other cancers speak about another man with prostate cancers..

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"nine weeks" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on KOMO

"Thirty nine weeks pregnant woman had a jump in and save the life of her husband just hours before she was supposed to have labor induced more from ABC's Lara Spencer. I think my husband. This is the moment at thirty nine weeks pregnant Ashley Getty never saw coming coming back. What happened? The mom to be who was about to give birth any day. Waking up in the middle of the night to discover her husband her high school sweetheart, Andrew wasn't breathing. Gasping for him. Onto the floor. Dispatch operator walking Ashley who had no idea how to administer CPR through this taps until paramedics were able to arrive doing great. Up by started doing CPR on the bed. I don't feel like I was counting for very long before the first responders showed up and took over Andrew was put in a medically induced coma to reduce brain damage the next day. Nurses, took them off sedation and Andrew woke up at one Brennan said Andrew open your eyes and with Ashley about to give birth the hospital move Andrews bad into Ashley's room, pushing their beds side by side. So they could be together before welcoming happy and healthy baby Lennon into the world. The outpouring of support that we have gotten from people is incredible overnight. The dispatcher that helped make this day possible. Sending this sweet message. I'm very happy to know.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on KTRH

"Tom. Don't name it makes it harder. Try our new nine weeks out. Jimmy johns. Yeah. Joachim bring my son on air with you one day. And y'all could have a debate on what's better. He's partial to the the pot belly sandwiches. I like oh. And that's pretty good. That's hard. Have you ever want to treat him to something get him a pot belly saying he's he doesn't like the Jimmy John's like you do? But I I mean, I can't argue against the pot belly. That's really quick little shout out on the phone number. Then we'll get to Liz and kingwood been there. The longest so far seven one three two one two KTAR h that seven one three two one two five eight seven four keep your pin pen pencil handy piece of paper that's also old fashioned code for. If you got your smartphone writing punching numbers and websites that we give out from time to time here on the show. So that you can get that product nowhere to get that product know how to hire that service like we were talking about affordable tree service a little while ago. You just punch that in on your phone seven one three two one two KTAR h of the twenty nine year old friends me hard time on. Basically, I guess via text like you said get opinion piece of paper. You're so old. I know, but that's just code for find a way to write this phone number down. Find a way to write this product information down as we give it to you throughout the morning here on the guard line. We got you all the way till ten o'clock. So in the meantime, let's get to Liz in kingwood as promise and say punch the button and good morning. Liz, you're on the air. Good morning. How are you today? I'm good. What can we help you with? All right. White. On my.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Which is as there's been really great because they're instructors or magnificent. They've really great training facility. It's really great training. It is a long, nine weeks at times, but. Hey, there when you do the nine weeks or how does that. Work yeah it's and I've. Done it twice I went there, with Meg and I've done it with Kodak but. It's this last session that I went to with. Kodak. It was three weeks there three weeks. Home three weeks there then five weeks home, and then three, weeks there we just graduated on Mateen there's when we finished congratulations. There were nine dogs in. That school there were. Three from Kansas two, from Virginia three from, Indiana One one and. One from Idaho nice dice will tell us what was that. Nine, weeks like what were the dogs learning to do. During that time what are their tasks. That, they can, perform they start out in the nine weeks school the. First probably the first five? To, six weeks is spent just on tracking. Mantrap people tracking detract people that for. Whatever reason either run from us maybe that are lost those kind of things that's probably the hardest thing the teach the dog. Is the tracking aspect of. It so we spend the most amount, of, time working on that yeah and it's not like what people see? On, TV 'cause I get asked all. The time well you know here's here's a shirt that somebody, will that was wearing can you go find him well that's. Not how our dogs are. Trained our dogs are trained to, follow the they actually human scent of an individual. Person or the crush vegetation where they either walked. Around. The track of both our dogs we. Need a starting point where was the last, place that this Person that we're looking? For was they run through where did they. Walk away from those kind of things yeah yeah wow that would be hard gosh and what other tasks could they do what, other things are they, training for then the next thing after we. Progress through the tracking part. Of it and they get that da- not say down. To get it started to get it mastered a little bit. Then, we graduate into doing what we call evidence recovery. Or area searches are trained to to. Find, anything with, human scent on it and or gunpowder gunpowder residue those. Kind of things or dogs? Can, find guns shell casings it's really limitless. When it comes to anything that anybody's. Touched whether that be a cell phone somebody lost whether that be a maybe a knife that somebody used to commit a crime. And they threw it out. The window it could be anything really Back in megs day you know she. Found a wallet that a hunter and actually lost ten days prior out in the field he just didn't know where he lost it he'd looked and, looked and. Looked and was unable to ever find it and he called. Me and asked me if I thought Meg get find it, and I said well we can, try because he didn't know exactly exactly where he lost it he knew where he started Newry finished and Meg found it in. Six minutes so we got Wow wow Oh she's setting the bar really high. For. Kodak, wow well hold onto that thought Lance because we're gonna take a, quick break and here's some important messages from, our sponsors and we're gonna come back and continue talking about this training because I want to hear more about.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Dollar Viking grill built into stone gas firepit just touch. A button kick it on, so when, the weather's nice. Around here in Lincoln those rare days you know you. Can get there hang out with their meet some new families some new families some new friends. And have a, lot of good discussions out there well on behalf pet safety Casey says your places Well we really appreciate it Casey and hope to. See many more pets in the future and, hopefully maybe Casey. Ancona in the future again to give the Facebook page one. More time residents in. Lincoln south and. You'll be able to keep up to. Date with pictures of our hotel pets that have been here different promotions it's going on and everything okay we thank you again for. Being one. Of our. Sponsors were doing the pet behavior talk, in a couple of pet for first-aid training, so? We want to make this, a very, very safe, area Lincoln for pets. And help their pet parents learn about pets that's a lotta peace you're very welcome and I think it's a great opportunity so we, encourage everyone to check, out our website for, availability and bookings and our Facebook page to keep up to, date with us all, right that's it. From here at the residence in Marietta Lincoln south with the one, and only, tie right he is a pet parents not one not two but, three great dogs, our next guest, has an amazing job and it deals with dogs. That, are reaching out to. Special population of people Our next guests from Lincoln Nebraska is Kim Ostrom and welcome to the show, Kim hi thank you all right so tell us what you're part, of IM part at second chance pups we are a rescue organization that looks for dogs in shelters and, then we take them into the Nebraska. State, penitentiary where selected inmates has nine weeks of basic with their dog and then we adopt them into loving homes that's nice so how. Did you get this started how long has, it been around. It's been around about fifteen years and I've been there since. The beginning and there. Was a trainer. That kind of drug me into it. And said hey let's do this so so what are the perks for the inmates first thing I would say is the unconditional love. That the. Dogs give. Them there's some guys that just have, never had that so it's pretty special when, they? Get a dog and they, have that, bond and, they feel that unconditional. Love for the first time and the dogs did they stay at the prison for that whole time they do they Stay inside the facility and they get to spend, the, whole day with. The inmate and then at night they do have? Their own special kennels that they go to so how do you keep yourself. Safe when you're teaching inmates well we have a. Guard that gets to escort us down and then he is with us the whole time that we're in their escorts says back out and what kind of. Dogs any kind of dog but mostly we get the black. Dogs Yeah So how do people find out more about your, program? Kim, well we do have a website WWW, dot second, chance pups dot. Com and what your dog training background because you've been really good in my pet for state class? Today, well it's all Ben, apprenticeships so I've just been with other trainers and learn from them and you want to do a special shout out to any of your? Dogs, well I have my own special Doug at home. Remmy so shout out to her what kind of dog she she is yellow. Lab all. Right, hey thank you for all you're. Doing it really makes a. Difference you, know this is a good way for the, dog so they get to be in homes and the inmates get to train. Them so have you gotten a lot of good feedback from people who've adopted dogs from? Secondhand we. Do we. Do they seem to think that they're the best dogs. Ever so it's a good win all the way around for the shelters for the dogs for the. Inmates, now have you ever trained your dogs to dance the jailhouse? Rock, no, no. No but the guys do like to..

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"nine weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And in his in his direction and there's book written to help people practice even if they can't be right there with him everything's going swimmingly for him but as you mentioned earlier throughout this there are whispers and just like any institution there are many who will fight to protect that institution whether it's because it affords them a job or money or prestige or power or because their defense of something that they love somehow becomes overwhelming even in the face of a moral moral quandary that happens in church in military in college football and yoga is no different than that so as the rumors began this was actually when a good friend of mine who's now a teacher went to the teacher training it's nine weeks he is there if you are a b graham studio it has to be that you learned from beaker now there's been some slight changes where you can be approved for the two thousand six and two poses or their original hot yoga without having to go to be for it as the practice tries to separate itself from the man but she was there she was up at front for movie night is about four hundred and thirty people watching a movie she said she was kind of a goody two shoes it was in the first two weeks of the nine weeks so she was sitting directly in front where he sat in almost a throne like chair and there was a female staff member next to him and she was manually pleasurable him under a blanket while dozens of people could see it wasn't really hidden it wasn't really overt and she thought to herself what what exactly am i doing here and she had been warned by her two studio heads go learn make friends you become a teacher but just be a little bit wary and this was twenty eleven before the rumors were public and she never felt weird or threatened but she was very aware not to go to his room very aware to learn without getting too close to him i would imagine there are so many stories just like that coming from any number of people who went to these giant trainings four hundred plus people whether didn't seem to even be an effort to completely cover up his actions yeah it's you know in talking to people in reporting this it's you it's it's very common to talk to you know someone in how them all of a sudden you know look back and see him sitting in that chair and see the orange blanket and you know look back at the situation and see so clearly what was happening and then have to grapple with how in the moment they completely just blocked it that they just you know look the other way or didn't allow themselves to believe what they were seeing or you know and i think part of that was deeply enabled by exactly what you know you touched on that there was this advice that was given over and over over the years to anyone who went to teacher training who came from you know had the benefit of coming from a studio or you know the support of teachers who were on an honest enough to tell them you know just get what you can from it take what you can you don't have to even everything he said he's gonna push button you know keep your distance just keep your head down don't get angry at you like don't don't rock the boat just like get in get your training and get out and then you don't have to be around too many more you know does advice to not be alone with him was given to a lot of young women before they went you know it was this sort of that's just bicker and that's just how he is was oh it was you know it was an accepted belief system and that that belief system existing you know ended up allowing a lot of stuff to happen pretty brazenly but without anyone really acknowledging it in the moment you know he's also dealing with two to four hundred people who are sleep deprived and worn down physically and mentally from the training and who are just trying to survive and at some point you know it he tends to really amp up the anteks after the halfway point.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"To go to the bar for a double sided gluten with whipped cream on top i don't anymore and i've lost forty two pounds oh my gosh in lane a little over nine weeks chat thing that's happened to me sally bateman and fire fitness travis johnson they're the best trainers if you can't afford to go to the gym you can run around your house you can do sit up squad plunges still meetings you can do on your own but it's working for me and i'm so excited and by the way when you get results it motivates you to go to the next level and keep going and keep it upright you know summer is right around the corner and i'm forty four years old after think about it harder and i have two kids that are active and they play for hockey and i've been going through drive through with them for the last five or six years and you know we're on the road late for truly hard to to give them healthy foods now that i'm doing this i used to be diets and say you can't eat my diet foods don't take my diet food different they can eat everything on eating and it's good for everybody my husband's doing it you sound great let let you be the inspiration for us and thank you for calling okay by jacob has amazing news go ahead jacob tell me something good in nineteen months so you found a surrogate and it begins.

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"nine weeks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"nine weeks" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Change their lives it's a nineweek class so it's once a week for nine weeks and you watch that couples marriage he'll right in front of you you watch that single mom who scared start to get her hope you watch that older couple who thought it was too late and they weren't going to be able to retire with dignity you watch as they start to learn about investing and it's gods in grandma's ways of handling money financial peace university absolutely works so here's what we're gonna do we're honoring the coordinators today all of you out there that have ever done a class budget saying thank you an were under something very special that we've never done before of the people that are willing to start a new financial peace university class this coming fall the first two hundred and fifty who call us right now we are going to give you the clash materials to lead the class leadership kit were also going to give you a financial peace university membership kit for you to go through and we're going to give you a financial peace university membership kit for you to scholarship to some want to go through show to fp you catch and a membership kit all free no strings except to the promised to start a class the won't ship it to you dear clash date set for the fall and so you start august starting september starting october i don't care we're gonna teach a non we class sometime this coming fall the first two hundred and fifty the call us and just talked with one of our folks in the in the church at department our advisers there that advise the corners on how to run it the phone number to do this is aaa 22 peace triple eight two two seven three two to three and i don't suspect these alash more than 5 or 10 minutes but i'll mention it a couple more times this hour my guess is they may already be gone uh there's thirteen million of you're listening to 150 is not a lot in that regard and yet that's a lot i mean if you think about it if waivers up.

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