36 Burst results for "Ninety Eight Percent"

Restaurants are Back - What Now?

Smart Kitchen Show

02:04 min | 2 d ago

Restaurants are Back - What Now?

"Jen story this week about some some news on foot traffic restaurants which is up fifty percents since the beginning of the year. This that's apprising but like what we're seeing there is. we're hearing. what. The data origen. Yeah so this. Data came from a tech company called Marketing tech company. I reach and they do a lot of restaurant marketing tech and they basically said this week. That foot traffic to restaurants and also they did put some retail in with that In this report But it's up forty eight percent since the start of twenty twenty one which You know. I think like you said mike. It's not terribly surprising. Now that Vaccines are more. Widely distributed and economy is in cities are fooling reopened or almost reopened so This was always gonna happen I think i did think it was interesting And they didn't go into excruciating detail about this but san diego california had a one hundred ninety eight percent increase in foot traffic since january. Twenty twenty one and then los angeles and san jose were next both at one hundred forty one percent so You know california took. I think it was Five of the top seven spots on the list of cities with increases in foot traffic I wonder how much of that is. Due like what states had mandated kind of limitations on restaurants. If you're down. Maybe in the south where there wasn't as many restrictions to delete governors be more permissive to the jumps weren't as big but also like another more interesting part of the story is When you read about it and kind of what. We're hearing as well as like so many of these restaurants that are seeing surging traffic or having trouble staffing and this kind of goes to another story. I read earlier in the week. And that's so many folks who were in the restaurant industry during the pandemic found other work and they don't plan on going

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Fresh update on "ninety eight percent" discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

01:33 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "ninety eight percent" discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"And of those fifty. Nine hundred ninety. Three deaths reported as of june eleven twenty three percent occur within forty eight hours of the job. I don't want any of you calling it. Vaccination anymore is a gene altering jab. It doesn't prevent you from getting this disease. It doesn't prevent you from transmitting. It so twenty. Three percent occur within forty eight hours. Sixteen percent occur within twenty four hours at thirty eight percent occurred in people who became ill within forty eight hours of the jab. The most report recently reported death was a fifteen year old male. he died one day. After getting the second dose of fighters jab a fifteen year old male. Who received visor at a sixteen year old male who reportedly suffered a hamorrhage and died four days after receiving a pfizer vaccine. They say an autopsy is pending other deaths. Include to fifteen year olds a sixteen year old and a seventeen year olds nine hundred seventy four reports of antifa laxest among twelve seventeen year olds with forty eight with ninety eight percent of cases attributed to pfizer's jab one point four percent tumor derniers and two tenths of a percent or two cases to j. j. hundred nine cases of myocarditis and pericarditis is which is an inflammation of the heart in the lining of the heart hundred natives hundred nine attributed to pfizer twenty four reports of blood clotting disorders all attributed to pfizer. These gentlemen gillian beret syndrome. Bell's.

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Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

On Purpose with Jay Shetty

02:15 min | 5 d ago

Multitasking vs Monotasking: The Secret to Getting Things Done

"Now how many of you believe that you can multitask. I know you're nodding right now. I know you're raising your hand. How many of you genuinely feel you can multi. I have my hand out. Because i used to be one of those people and then read a study. That said this. Only two percent of the world's population can multitask. That means ninety. Eight percent of us can not multitask now. The article goes on to say that when people hear that we all believe the very present right. We all believe we can multitask. When the truth is most likely in ninety eight percent icon. So if you're sitting there convincing you solve your in that two percent i promise you you're not and we have to switch to mono tossing or single tasking. This is the idea of being present right now. Is i'm recording this podcast. I don't have my phone in front of me. I don't have my laptop in front of me. I don't have any device in front of me. Apart from the microphone and the recorder. I am fully present with you. And i know you can feel it. I know right now whether you're walking your dog with your cooking whether you're eating whether you editing. Whether you had the jim i know you can feel that i'm present. And why do i do that. Not so i can say i was mono talking or single tuscany. I do it. Because i want you to get the best of me. You know that this podcast will be different if i was texting messaging. You know this. Podcast will be different if i was cooking or if i was at the gym or if i was editing while i was doing this podcast. The quality of our output decreases as we multitask our efficiency and productivity goes up as we monitor. Ask single task. We think that. Hey if i only spent time on one thing at a time then i'm going to slow down. I'm going to achieve less than everybody. That's not true you actually achieve more quality you will actually achieve more debt you will actually achieve more connection by single tasking or monitoring asking.

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Help! My sister is pressuring me to join her MLM

Side Hustle School

02:27 min | 2 weeks ago

Help! My sister is pressuring me to join her MLM

"My sister has recently a multi level marketing company. And she won't stop pestering me and the rest of the family to get in while we can. I made the mistake of agreeing to go to one of the presentations. Now i'm worried. I'll end up getting excited to and wasting my money. How can i back out. And what if missing the opportunity of a lifetime just getting. I'm pretty much sure it's not that. But how are you sure that all of these programs are so bad. What do we tell her. Thanks for your help press carolina. It's a tough one Thank you for the question. I do this from time to time or variations of this about how there's a friend or family member that says this is as caroline said the opportunity of a lifetime. And you know it's probably not and the person usually knows that it's not the opportunity of a lifetime they understand. It's probably not a good idea at all. But they're not quite sure what to do. And so you know. Here's what i would ask a person who is you know gun-ho about a particular opportunity like this. I would say well. How is it going for you so far because often the messaging with these programs is very much about lifestyle aspiration. It's the promise of something but the results are quite different from the promise. So you say well. Is it really working out that way for you so far like you've said a lot of good things about the potential but how is it working out not just for you but also the other people you know in the program and almost always what you hear is well. I'm just getting started. But somebody else out there is doing really well and you know. It's a fact that the vast majority when i say vast majority. There's actually been studies about this. It's more than ninety eight percent of people who join network marketing programs end up losing money. And that's why even though we try to feature lots and lots of different ideas here on the podcast. I don't feature anything to do with network marketing because if ninety eight percent of people are losing money then i don't think it's because they're all just lazy or they're all doing it wrong. It's more that these programs are set up to mostly benefit the people who start them so assuming you know that. What do you do when you're in the situation like caroline where your sister or somebody is really excited about it. I think what you do. is you try to. You know not make that person feel attack or defensive. You encourage them to see the truth for themselves and you ask questions like that like oh how is it working for you.

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New Mexico Enacts Tougher Emissions Rules on Oil and Gas

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

New Mexico Enacts Tougher Emissions Rules on Oil and Gas

"At oilfields and refineries tall flame. Sometimes shoot up from vertical pipes as producers burn off natural gas natural gas is a byproduct of oil production and while it's a useful resource. It's not always profitable for oil producers to collect and transport it so sometimes they just release it or burn it off called venting and flaring. These practices at potent climate warming gases to the atmosphere so new mexico is stepping up. Its efforts to stop them. The state recently passed a new rule that requires oil producers to capture waste natural gas. The rule will lead to a ninety eight percent gas capture in the oil and gas sector by twenty twenty six sarah cottrill props cabinet secretary of the new mexico energy minerals and natural resources department. She says the new rule is unusual because it also applies to operators in the middle of the supply chain. In other words it affects those running wells pipelines and production facilities so we think that this will be nation leading rule for the industry. She says the goal is for the industry to be measuring its emissions

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US Cruises Could Restart Soon With 'Passenger Voyages by Mid-July'

CruiseTipsTV Unplugged - Cruise Tips and More

01:54 min | Last month

US Cruises Could Restart Soon With 'Passenger Voyages by Mid-July'

"We found out that cruising might restart emit july with ninety. Five percent of passengers fully vaccinated. Long story short. What happened. Was that usa today. Gunman hands on a letter that was sent from the cdc to the cruise industry late at night. I believe it was wednesday and so this was like the east coast had already gone to bed and we. We're talking after eight. Pm pacific time. This news came out so we waited to film a video until we got more facts on. I believe thursday morning and it turned out that it was completely true. And that most everyone in the cruise industry received this letter. Believe it was from amy. Truffle letty who is the head of the maritime unit for cdc's cove nineteen response team and the letter basically said five k. We'll articles on our website with videos about this. But here's the breakdown. Ships can bypass the required simulated voyages. That were supposed to carry volunteers and jump straight to sailings with paying passengers. If ninety eight percent of the crew and ninety five percent of passengers are fully vaccinated k. Well we talked about in our videos. Where does this leave children. Because we know that kids under sixteen can't get the vaccine right now. The truth is we just don't know. All of the details are pending. Next cd said they were going to respond to applications from the cruise lines for simulated voyages within five days. Which was supposed to take sixty days before. So you're probably wondering. What are you talking about it that you just said that simulated voyages weren't necessarily anymore. Well after listening to the cruise line executives throughout the week what we learned that the cdc is giving them two paths they can take the almost fully vaccinated path to get back to cruising sooner. Or if they don't wanna do that they can still do simulated forages and they'll get a faster response from the. Cdc that's my understanding

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Open Source: More Dominant Than You Think

7 Layers

02:07 min | 2 months ago

Open Source: More Dominant Than You Think

"Google's android is the most popular mobile operating system powering about eighty four percent of smartphones worldwide. What's notable isn't this. Large market share its android operating system. Android is based on lenox and open source operating system developed and maintained by more than fifteen thousand global programmers. In this episode. I will dive deep into open source software and what it means to have. Fifteen thousand programmers collaborate on code in this episode. We'll cover open source basics advantages and disadvantages of open-source the origins of open source and the current and future open source market open source is often associated with the word free and yes it is free the not the way. Many people think over source isn't free in the sense that it doesn't cost anything. Companies can charge for open source systems. And they do open source is free in the sense. You can freely modify share or enhance open source software. A common phrase used reference to open source. Software is free free speech. Not free. isn't free beer simply open source. Software is software. That is licensed in a way that allows people to freely use study modify industry the software. He's open source. Licenses differ greatly from proprietary software. Licenses were the original owner can copy. Alter or distribute the software commonly known open source softwares are lennox the most used and perhaps best known open source operating system has operating system. Lennox sits underneath the rest of the computer software. Docker is an open source tool to create deploy and run applications with containers. Since it is open source anyone can modify docker to fit. Their unique needs. Gubernatorial originally created by. Google is an open source container management tool wordpress though not often acknowledged as open source. Software is perhaps one of the biggest open source success stories wordpress open source. Software powers nearly forty percent of all active websites. The reach of open source doesn't end here. A synopsis report conned about ninety eight percent of the surveyed code bases contained open source code.

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The Israeli Election: What Just Happened and What Comes Next

People of the Pod

02:20 min | 3 months ago

The Israeli Election: What Just Happened and What Comes Next

"Israel's fourth election is behind us. What does that mean. A new prime minister. An old one a fifth election in other words. What made this election different from all other elections here to break down the results is alison kaplan summer a journalist with aretz and a panelist on the promise podcast alison welcome to the show. Hi how are you good. Good so you posted a reminder earlier this week that the definition of insanity doing something over and over again and expecting different results so did. Israel's fourth election produce a different result. No it did not actually. So i guess that makes us officially clinically insane. The fourth election and We now have about more than ninety. Eight percent of our votes counted appears to be another political deadlock in which nobody can really figure out how someone is going to assemble. This mosaic or. Maybe it's like a rubik's cube of hardy's into an actual ruling government coalition. Well were there any new developments. The headline of the election is that the fate of the nation seems to be in the hands of a conservative arab islamist dentist named mansour abbas who is the head of the islamic united arab list who decided to do something very radical selection and break away from the joint arab list run independently and basically say publicly before and after the election that he is going to be willing to join or work with any israeli government coalition that serves the arab sector in terms of giving it enough funding in terms of getting it enough resources and that's really Revolutionary in israeli politics and again with the jewish society jewish political parties deadlocked. It looks like his four seats. It looks like he's headed towards having four seats in this election. Could tip the balance either towards allowing prime minister benjamin netanyahu to have a ruling government coalition or allowing the group of parties that oppose netanyahu to form a coalition in both cases on both sides is going to be very difficult. Delicate some say impossible negotiation.

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After 20 Years of Advocacy, Black Farmers Finally Get Debt Relief

Into America

02:23 min | 3 months ago

After 20 Years of Advocacy, Black Farmers Finally Get Debt Relief

"Good afternoon thank you. It was a moment long in the making and it came in the most unexpected way. I promise the american people help was on the way. But today with the american rescue plan now sign in law we've delivered on that promise tucked inside of the one point nine trillion dollar couvert relief. Bill signed by president biden on march. Eleventh is a five billion dollar aid and debt. Relief carve out aimed at helping black and disadvantage farmers at a press conference a few days ago. A coalition of black farmers applauded the legislation debt. Cancellation for a legacy. Formers is a necessary step in the long journey to achieve restorative land justice for black farmers in this country by force and by choice. Black people have long deep. connections to american farmland. After the fall of slavery owning a piece of land that could be worked and farmed symbolized freedom for generations. black farmers accumulated tens of millions of acres of land. They feed their families and counts. Others with crops like sugarcane corn and beans all nurtured in time-honored tradition but there's a flip side over the course of the last century. Black farmers have lost or had stolen millions of acres of valuable land currently platforms two percent of all. Us farmers and european americans own over ninety eight percent of the farmland in the past farmers headland taken from them to white violence and unscrupulous business practices or they struggled to compete with their better resourced white counterparts. But for many of today's black farmers the biggest threat to their survival hasn't been the in your face kind of racism that their grandfathers may faced is the united states department of agriculture. And the stubborn systemic racism. They say kept them from getting the same access to government farm aid and assistance that white farmers have long taken advantage of.

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Fortnite for beginners

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

08:29 min | 3 months ago

Fortnite for beginners

"Fortnight is a massive multiplayer online video. Game developed by epic games released in two thousand seventeen is available in three distinct game mode versions so they otherwise share the same general game. Play in game engine But these three distinct versions are fortnight. Colon save the world. Okay fortnight no colon battle royale fortnite battle royale and fortnight creative. Oh there's three of them. So the objectives vary depending on which mode you're playing but the broad goal of fortnight is to survive against a prolonged force antagonist who will attempt to eliminate you okay so for night begin from an internal game jamat epoch game so there in american video game and software developer and publisher based out of north carolina So they did this internal game jam around twenty eleven after they published the game gears of war so a game jam which i only recently learned at work a game. Jam is a contest where participants try to a video game from scratch with a specific deadline. So it's usually like twenty four hours or you know maybe maybe seventy two hours to work to come up with this so it's kind of like a like a creativity burst. I'll shut the the bowl of that is to work with other people and create a game from scratch so depending on the format again your participants might be in teams maybe you are working independently. Who knows but epic games is also the developer of the unreal engine which is an open source in advanced real time. Three d creation tool. And you'll hear a lot of Video games and special effects and even like some film stuff runs off of this unreal engine. So the unreal engine. Original purpose was as a state of the art game engine. But it's now used across industries so it's for cutting edge content interactive experiences in immersive virtual worlds Unreal engine is a real time engine. An editor that features photo realistic rendering dynamic physics and effects robust data translation and also lifelike animation. So it's kind of a big thing whenever somebody is using the unreal engine. You know you're going to get really could effects from it so that that's all out of epic games which which founded in the savage that engine so for me was not initially one of the games that was actually developed during that game jim but the concept of merging the construction game genre so games like sim city or minecraft with shooter games came together and it led to the foundation affording. So you probably know. It sim city is if you're our age but a refresher on minecraft so in minecraft which was first released in two thousand nine actually players. Explorer blackie procedurally generated three d world with infinite terrain and they may discover an extract raw materials craft tools and items and build structures or works so game modes in minecraft include a survival mode in which players must acquire resources to build the world and maintain health and creative mode where players have unlimited resources. So players can modify or maud game to create new gameplay mechanics items and assets and minecraft has a very distinctive like visual s. That like you can recognize if somebody showing you a screenshot of minecraft. So what epic did is they prepared to release fortnight as a paid early access title in july twenty seventeen and they had plans to release it as free to play some time in twenty nine thousand nine after gaining feedback from players to improve the game so originally titled fortnight and lear renamed to fortnight colon. Save the world. This original base module is a player versus environment cooperative game. So you have four players collaborating toward a common objective on various missions. The game is set after a fluke. Storm appears across earth causing about ninety eight percent of the population to disappear and the survivors are attacked by zombie. Like husks so the player takes the role of commanders of home. Shelters collecting resources saving survivors and defending equipment. That helps to either collect date on the storm or push back the storm. In from missions players are awarded a number of in game items including hero characters. Weapons trap schematics and survivors all of which can be leveled up through gained experience to improve their attributes. Also you're working together with people against this common enemy player versus environment cooperative game. In around the same time the epic released fortnight into early access pub g had become a worldwide phenomenon selling millions of copies and drawing strong interest in the battle royale genre so a battle royale game is an online multiplayer video game that blends the survival exploration and scavenging elements of a survival game with kind of the last man standing game. Play so the name. The genre is taken from two thousand japanese film titled battle royale which was based on a novel of the same name and presents a similar theme of a last man standing competition in a shrinking play zone. So you've heard people. My brother plays this one. You've heard people's mentioned before what the heck is pub- g it's an abbreviation for player unknowns battlegrounds so that's an online multiplayer battle royale game and in this game one hundred players parachute onto an island and scavenge for weapons and equipment to kill others while avoiding getting killed themselves So there's an available safe area. The games map which decreases in size over time and it ends directing surviving players into tighter areas to force encounters with other players. And the last player or team standing wins the round The game's concept and design was led by brendan green. Who's better known by his online handle player known and he'd previously created mods for other battle rail type games pudgy was the top selling premium game of two thousand seventeen selling thirty million copies worldwide and grossing. About nine hundred million dollars. I have can. I tell you never heard of this game in my whole life. You know you are. You aren't really doing a lot of player games. How it's absolutely right. You know what i. It's funny i feel like there's been a couple of questions and learn a league in maybe the last five seasons or so that like the answer will be some video game or something that we that when we see the answer. We've never heard of this popular selling thing in all of the world and it sold got julian copies and everybody except you plays it. What's the so this is why we're absolutely. Yeah so you know. Epochs saw what pudgy had been doing and they were like maybe we could also do a battery. Yeah so what. Epic did was rapidly develop their own version atop their original fortnight in about two months so by september two thousand seventeen at was about to release this as a second mode from save the world in the paid for earlier access but then later decided to release this as a free game that would be supported with microtransactions. Microtransactions are the business model where users can purchase virtual goods with micro payments and make your transactions are often used in free to play games to provide a revenue source for the developers and there are a staple of the mobile app market so in game currency in fort night is called v books to them. You might see this icon happens sometimes. The you see llamas pop up and fortnight okay. So llamas also known as lama pinatas are the main loop boxes in fortnight and they are also fortnight's primary mascot so the vendor tech store is where players can purchase lama pinatas to break open for rewards in llamas can be produced using view bucks or event specific currency and they contain various helpful. Items like heroes schematics. Weapons and there are also different types of llamas in the game including basic llamas daily llamas and event llamas so For an has a very distinctive aesthetic. It's very cartoony. there's a very distinct color palette. I mean it's it's actually pretty visually pleasing see this distinctive looking lama. You know that that is for

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Oil giant Saudi Aramco sees 2020 profits drop to $49 billion

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Oil giant Saudi Aramco sees 2020 profits drop to $49 billion

"Saudi Arabia's state backed oil giant Aramco says its profits newly housed in twenty twenty to forty nine billion dollars Saudi Arabian oil co released its annual financial results a year after the pandemic sent the price of oil crashing to all time lows but the price has edged up as movement restrictions ease still analysts caution that a pagan demand may still be far off despite the drop in net income irem Kerr says it will continue paying quarterly dividends of eighteen point seven five billion dollars to to the commitments the company made in the run up to its initial public offering nearly all of the dividend money goes to the Saudi government which owns more than ninety eight percent of the company I'm Sarah Bassett

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House close to passing Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan

Start Here

04:39 min | 3 months ago

House close to passing Biden's $1.9 trillion COVID relief plan

"After weeks of wrangling the house is expected to pass this relief. Bill and with that. It goes to president biden for his signature. So the question here is no longer about politics. That's done it's about whether the us government can actually deliver this aid quickly and reliably. Let's go to abc's karen travers at the white house. Karen i guess it's not all done. Because i want to know. How is this going to play out today. Like how quickly could this all go down. They still have to cross the finish line. The white house is not going to get pinpointed. On what specific day or hour. But they want to sign this before the end of the week and brad march fourteenth sunday. Always been this deadline. That's been circled on calendars here at the white house and up on capitol hill. It's an unofficial deadline. They didn't have to get it done by sunday but they wanted to. Because that's been some of the federal unemployment benefits were set to expire and officials said that they did not want to have any gaps in that coverage. They didn't want to have those. Millions of americans miss even one paycheck like that the additional money. They were getting Just because congress had not gotten it together. Who's i get it so the house will pass this today. Then it's a question of how quickly they can send down from one end of pennsylvania avenue to this end of pennsylvania avenue. The white house says that the president will sign it as soon as he gets it Look for a signing ceremony. The this is a big deal. Efd if you want to quote president biden from back in the obama administration this his top priority. It's his first legislative win and they're gonna do it up and in. This is going to be a very big moment for them. How much money will people get care. Because it's not just even stimulus checks at this point. Sure that's the big one though. That's what everybody's been focused on. And because when you hear that and you think what is coming directly to me. Fourteen hundred dollars for americans making up to seventy five thousand dollars a year if you get up to eighty thousand dollars for a single income filer. That number gets a little bit smaller. So then for couples you get two hundred and fifty thousand it maxes out the income cap at one hundred and sixty thousand. The white house says that yes while that was more targeted than previous rounds of covid. Relief that it's still ninety. Eight percent of the people who got it the last time so they feel okay with that and one more thing. This plant is historic taken altogether. This plan is going to make it possible to cut child poverty in half. Let me say it again. Significant is will cut child poverty in half. But then it's you know other things to it's child tax credits. It's subsidies for childcare. This is really a bill that gives a significant amount of aid to lower income americans off. Let's go. I need the help my kids need to eat. And white house officials will say. This is a very big difference from the bills that were signed during the trump administration which they said gave money but to the wrong people that it was too heavily focused on businesses and corporations and that higher wage earners were getting money and didn't need it. It would be really nice to get a little support so that i don't become homeless. Still wanna see this money go to lower income wage earners because they feel that those are the types of people that one needed but to will also use that money and spend it on something not save it for later or invested the actually get it back into the economy. I'm wondering. Karen is that last mile of getting into the person's pocket like what other challenges the biden administration will face here. We heard about like dead people getting checks out very living people getting their checks way too late that unavoidable or is that something. The biden administration has plans for. Yeah i mean we even seeing experiences on my little street here in washington of some neighbor getting the other neighbors check and not understanding how supposed to get to the other neighbor. I mean there were a lot of glitches in the system. The irs and bureau of the fiscal service are building on lessons. Learned from previous rounds. He administration says that they are working overtime to make sure that there are as few glitches as possible. The first batch of payments will go to taxpayers who provided direct deposit in their twenty nineteen or twenty twenty returns. They wanna make sure that more people are doing this through electronic payments because that'll get out faster than the checks whether or not. He walks his signature on their life former. President trump demanded. Well we're we're doing everything in our power to expedite the payments and not to lay them. Which is why the president's name will not appear on the memo line. Checks are expected to go out by the end of the month. But brad officials are not going to say a date certain but they do know that people want them. There are really eager for them so march tenth. Today the expectation is just about three weeks. They could get these out. Say you

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Want Hormone-Free Birth Control? There's an App for That

Mommies Tell All

00:59 min | 3 months ago

Want Hormone-Free Birth Control? There's an App for That

"I know. There's a lot of fertility apps out there. Can you talk about like what's different about your app as to maybe other ones. Yeah definitely so. As i mentioned natural cycles the texture relation doesn't guess and then the algorithm is really important Guest to know your cycles. Since every woman is different and to be able to use as birth control you need to really get a grasp for the uncertainties there and we've hellish ten cynical studies today for them on the effectiveness and natural cycles. Ninety three percents affects the typical use which means seven hundred women get pregnant for whatever reason a ninety eight percent effects with perfect use meaning to one hundred get pregnant even though they actually use a condom on those days. And it's fda cleared s birth control methods in the us similarly in your.

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Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra

TIFFANY

05:36 min | 4 months ago

Finding Connection, Self-Love, And Thriving With Chronic Illness Ft. Nitika Chopra

"Hi everyone. this is tiffany. And you are listening to this. Episode of tiffany and the podcast. When if you are new to the podcast tiffany and you is a podcast chatting with friends. Who are using their voices and platforms to cultivate compassion. Change and creativity. Today i have with me. Nigga chopra who is founder of chronic kahn which is incredible community for the one hundred thirty plus million people who live with chronic illness in the us. High nigga. I tiffany thanks for having me. We ended up getting introduced through nate. Nichols he's a big fan of yours. And by the time you were thinking about launching your online community chronic khan and then we emerged on clubhouse and we've become much better friends since then. I always like starting with origin stories. What led you point of really thinking that cronica needed to be in the world. Well i just have to say. I'm so glad that clubhouse brought us closer together. Because i do feel like it was nice that there were all of these touch point in then being with you and clubhouse has been so special and the way i would start by origin story is that it started when i was probably ten years old and i was diagnosed with my first chronic illness. And so there's so many things. I could say about that journey and i know you and so many of your listeners have been on their own journeys but their bodies but that has definitely been my greatest teacher in my life and so when i got diagnosed with psoriasis at the age of ten i just saw my whole life through that lens. I had it in a very debilitating way. Sometimes people get psoriasis. It's maybe a small patch or in their scalp which is frustrating. For sure but for me i ended up having it covering ninety eight percent of my body and i couldn't really move without severe pain so it was everything. It was the way that i saw everything. It was the way people saw me. And then when i was nineteen i was diagnosed with psoriatic arthritis. Which just really impacted me in a whole new set of ways. It made it really hard for me to walk without severe pain because my joints were painful before it was my skin was painful and now my joints added to it. So as i'm sure you and so many of your listeners can relate. That was the lens that i saw everything through. I try to be positive. I have a really strong spiritual center and that really helped me through a lot of those challenges but it also shaped me to want to help people. Because i felt like there were not enough resources almost no resources when i was going through all of that that were there to really support be especially emotionally so i'm not a doctor. I'm not a practitioner. I'm a patient so pretend to try to heal people but just that emotional support of like yeah. You know. i've got somebody. That knows exactly what i'm feeling. I don't have to explain to this person. Why i can't walk the five blocks or i need to take a cab or i actually can't help with moving this box or whatever. I don't have to talk about it. It's just like no. I'm not going to do that. And you just move on. there's no heaviness there. So i never really had that growing up so i think that just has a lot to do with the story. Weiss started doing the work that i do thanks for sharing there's a term that was coined by someone in in the disability justice. Face a manguson cheeses the term access intimacy and. It's this idea that when you show up in a place you don't have to ask for permission. People just get it and it sounds like the community that you've created or what you were seeking was some level of that access intimacy was the turning point of really moving more toward advocacy and really wanting to create that community. There was definitely a turning point for me i. I started my career about eleven years ago. And you know at that point. No one was talking about chronic illness or disability or health. Really in the truest sense of the word. There was this health and wellness industry. That i sort of found myself being a part of but truthfully it never was very helpful or felt very supportive. It was just my only option at the time. And so i gravitated towards that i started an online magazine talked a lot about self love. I talked a lot about beauty as it relates to self love. I did that. Threw a lot of media opportunities that i had which was really great but there was a turning point and i would say after the twenty sixteen election. There was just a reckoning that was happening for so many people and myself included and it felt like i thought i was using my voice before i thought i was standing up for people that i wanted to stand up for and for what was right but there was something after that election that made me realize there was so much more that i could be saying and sharing and really it was a refinement process for so many people. If this is going to be this dark where are we going to find the truth. And the light in the midst of all of this and so i really had to go on that personal journey and i spent a couple of years actually in two thousand sixteen twenty seventeen asking myself a lot of really hard questions realizing that i wasn't at all speaking up for the things that i i never talked about my house

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Yet Another Shortage (MM #3613)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Yet Another Shortage (MM #3613)

"The with kevin mason every week when my wife goes to the grocery store we find our. Don't find items that are affected by covid nineteen hard to believe. We've been doing this for a year now and there are still items that aren't available on the grocery store shelves because of shortages. Just read a story the other day on his favourite leafy green. which by the way spinach. I didn't know spinach was the favourite. It's gonna be in short supply at least for the next few months because texas growers which grow a lot of it. Here in america reduced the numbers of acres that were working on because the covid nineteen along with texas california arizona and new jersey account for ninety eight percent of the commercial spinach market in america. Why those four states what is it about their climates. That align i get where california arizona texas could be hot climates but new jersey. I can't imagine not being able to have a spinach salad. Borsum food items that we use fresh spinach in another thing going to be in short supply here for the next few months possibly the rest of the year each and every week. There's something new.

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Yet Another Shortage (MM #3613)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Yet Another Shortage (MM #3613)

"The with kevin mason every week when my wife goes to the grocery store we find our. Don't find items that are affected by covid nineteen hard to believe. We've been doing this for a year now and there are still items that aren't available on the grocery store shelves because of shortages. Just read a story the other day on his favourite leafy green. which by the way spinach. I didn't know spinach was the favourite. It's gonna be in short supply at least for the next few months because texas growers which grow a lot of it. Here in america reduced the numbers of acres that were working on because the covid nineteen along with texas california arizona and new jersey account for ninety eight percent of the commercial spinach market in america. Why those four states what is it about their climates. That align i get where california arizona texas could be hot climates but new jersey. I can't imagine not being able to have a spinach salad. Borsum food items that we use fresh spinach in another thing going to be in short supply here for the next few months possibly the rest of the year each and every week. There's something new.

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Why Asia Is So Important to Crypto

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

01:31 min | 4 months ago

Why Asia Is So Important to Crypto

"Recently wrote a report on asia's crypto landscape. Can you give us a broad overview of wyan. How asia is such an important geography in crypto. Yeah absolutely actually. My background is Traditional finance and i spent maybe about fifteen years Focus on equities in terms of all. The companies are all the countries in asia pacific. So i was always very well. Acquainted with the cultures and also the different politics than macro economic structures of the different countries. There was sometimes what. I take for granted in terms of understanding the market. I find that a lot of my colleagues or a lot of my friends in the us or europe might not necessarily know what's happening in asia. And so i think a couple of interesting pointers is that for example like you know by december last year. Forty two percent of the market cap of the top twenty tokens that actually had a headquarters. Basically was from asia. Think now says also said that forty three percent global transactions are from asia and then also a lot of all a lot of asian companies basically dominate. The future space so ninety. Eight percent of futures is based in asia. I think people don't understand that tether is based in asia. Polkadot has a lot of supporters in asia. And so a lot of tokens might have Yeah a lot of tournaments might see a lot of funding from asian investors in asian companies. Although i think the media mostly picks up you know. Us in europe and so this this report tries to cover some of the stuff that we might miss asia

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Reviewing Dapagliflozin For Chronic Kidney Disease With Dr. Jennifer N. Clements

iForumRx.org

03:18 min | 5 months ago

Reviewing Dapagliflozin For Chronic Kidney Disease With Dr. Jennifer N. Clements

"In the commentary wrote for i former ex. You reviewed the study entitled deputy flows in patients with chronic kidney disease which was published in the new england journal of medicine in late september. Two thousand and twenty. And while i think everyone in our audiences should read the paper for themselves. We provide a link to the paper on her. I former x website. But can you give us a brief synopsis of the study methods and results. The data stay k. D. trial was an international double blind placebo. Controlled trial conducted to assess the efficacy and safety of day Ten milligrams orly once-daily among participants with chronic kidney disease with or without type two diabetes to elaborate on chronic kidney disease participants had macro albumen urea and stage two through four kidney disease following one. To one random association each group received stable doses of either an ace inhibitor or arb for at least four weeks. The primary outcome was composite endpoint of a time to event analysis and included declined of gfr fifty percent in stage kidney disease and reno or cardiovascular death. There was a secondary composite outcome. In this included the primary outcome with cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure when looking at baseline characteristics both groups were similar in terms of age females race. Gfr as far as cardiovascular disease and standard of care the gfr main was about forty three and a majority of these participants could be classified as stage three. B in addition thirty seven percent of these participants had cardiovascular disease and ninety eight percent. Did receive the ace inhibitor. Or a are now after three years dabba cliff flows and reduce the primary composite outcome by thirty nine percent with a benefit. Sharon individual outcomes of decline jeff for fifty percent in stage kidney disease and long-term dialysis as saying other trials with dabba gla flows in. There was a reduction of nine percent in the composite of cardiovascular endpoint of cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure now discontinuation was low and similar between both groups. But it's important to look at some safety outcomes volume. Depletion was statistically higher with dabba in than placebo even though there was no statistically significant finding placebo group did have a higher percentage of participants experiencing a reno related adverse event than compared to flows in and lastly there was no cases of you. Glycemic kato acidosis among those. That received

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Why Todays Career Changers with Service Skills Can Find Opportunities Working in Tech

Technologist Talk

06:06 min | 5 months ago

Why Todays Career Changers with Service Skills Can Find Opportunities Working in Tech

"What are some of the biggest tectonic shifts in the jobs landscape during those past two decades. Where are the opportunities for people now. Just starting to get into tech for twenty twenty one will over the next. Let's say ten years twenty twenty two twenty thirty. There's much faster than average growth expected for. It jobs overall in some of the greatest growth areas are still in the self development cyber security analyst spectrum girl by twenty eight percent over those ten years it support. Thirteen percent sa- last year in twenty twenty there were over eighty two thousand job postings for. It support specialists the number of job postings for it support specialist actually grew by a greater percentage when compared to software developers for example from twenty ten to twenty twenty it support. Specialist job ed's grew by one hundred twenty four percent a lot and compared to software developers. They still grew a lot to quite significantly They grew ninety eight percent ola to period but that was ninety eight percent for software developers versus hundred twenty four percent for support. Are any of those jobs. You think it'd be working from home in the newmarket is most of. It staff guam back into the office. Before i didn't even notice burning glass with track remote work at home opportunities at all in the job ads. And now i noticed they're always tracking it and we're always publicizing those type of numbers. So is that like a new phenomenon. Cova are we really tracking those numbers. Well we started looking at a few years ago and burning glaze his his at data going back to two thousand ten so we saw it trending up a little bit in prior years for example in twenty ten five percent of all. It job postings cited that either remote or work from home compared to last year in twenty twenty jumped to twenty two percent but it was already trending up like grow by one percent from twenty ten twenty seventeen two thousand eighteen eight percent of it. Job postings were remote work from home twenty nineteen there is a pretty big jump even from two thousand eighteen to twenty nineteen to fifteen percent but it was a significant drone from twenty nineteen at twenty twenty. After the pandemic i started it went from fifteen percent to twenty two percent so pretty considerable portion of it job types being worked from home or remote and from member bowls that we've run looks like the majority are considering even going forward still more employees to work remotely. I think that's fairly significant. If more than one out of every five. It jobs a rope from home right now. That's it the the ones being advertised. I should clarify that. Not just the ones in the market but also the ones being advertised that are open for people to get major changes l. Go back to how employees work and access. It wherever it may be from 'cause with that through cyber security concerns Data management in the skills that the. It employees intern need to be able to support all employees because of the effects of the pandemic last year we did see a majority of our member firms. Most of them are technology companies. They were going to continue to invest in technical training for their employees. In some of the top areas there were cybersecurity that was a top area. Sixty four percent of our own member companies. We're going to focus training efforts and cyber security cloud infrastructure and cloud locations technical. It support were the top areas. Were they can expect to see training support for employees. That's good to hear from the members especially because we do our own custom training program with amazon so they do a really good Career program for their own employees where they help pay for the tuition for them to get trained by. Come to you so that they can move from maybe the warehouse floor into. It jobs either. Four amazon or for other companies. Whichever works best for them. We always tell our graduates allowed him to be start on the help desk. You're gonna learn a lot of places where to go with intact but at that point then alive the more forward thinking employers and especially i would hope. It employers would be in that list. They'll help you get the certifications and the training you need in order to keep growing in your career. So it's good to see a lot of our own member. Companies are taking that same philosophy. Yes definitely a lot of different areas to grow into depending on your interest especially Various emerging technologies or save working for a different type of industry. You can really go after what you're interested. In business. intelligence data analysis networking there are gray salary opportunities for someone working in tech or wanting to move into a tuck position for example. The median salary for all occupations as the overall media and mrs according to the us bureau of labor statistics for twenty nineteen they Number was thirty nine thousand eight hundred and ten in so we're looking at just the tick patients. It's much greater median. Salary eighty eight thousand two hundred forty salaries range depending on location of course or companies as irs. Maybe someone's years of experience or The job role if we're looking for example at it support to decisions. The median salary for an it support specialists is fifty two thousand. Two hundred and seventy and that is thirty. One percent greater than the average for all occupations combined

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on MotoWeek - MotoGP, Motorcycle and Racing News

"If you're a fan of a rider, and they haven't won in that length of time, you're going to be pretty excited about the idea that you're going to get the witness that you're going to be there at the race where the streak was broken. So I think that was most of what we heard was just that general gasp from the crowd that. Oh my gosh. I can't believe Marquez wreck. I mean, all of us were doing it at home. Right. And then the Rossi fans, you know, kind of realizing that at the same moment probably was about ninety eight percent of that roar that we heard from the crab. But I'm sure that there were some some. Some people need small fraction. But there were some people that probably were cheering simply because Marc Marquez wrecked. And I hope that was just a tiny portion because you know, somebody was right now, I hope that was just a tiny portion of the crab reaction because you never want to hear people cheer simply because somebody wrecked because nobody should cheer in. Oh, four guy to potentially get hurt or in a situation where a guy could get hurt. But I think what we did here on the broadcast was, you know, a product of the situation and the writer that subsequently ended up in the lead when that happened. So I think that's why there was such a strong reaction from the crowd. I don't think that that the entirety of coda was cheering because Marc Marquez fell down. I think it was half shock and half realization that oh my gosh. Now Valentino Rossi is in the lead. You know, Sean said it was only a matter of time before Mark lost or made a mistake at circuit of the Americas. And really, you know law of averages does say that you can't win every single race. No matter how good you are. Eventually it's going to come back around. And this happened to be the time for Mark marquess? But the question still remains as to why Mark went down. Now cale said that both he and Mark had problems with the front tire. And even Jack Miller speculated that Mark just pushed too hard at the beginning of the race. He overcooked the front Michelin. And because of that. Yeah, he might have been trying to back off. But he couldn't back off enough to get the temperature that frontier down, and that's what caused the wreck. Now. Of course, he was speculating cowo- speculating, the weird part is that Mark wasn't really willing to admit that himself, and we'll see when we get to Mark's comments in the second half of the show. But he really didn't blame it on the frontier he didn't blame it on anything. Really? He just said it happened, which is kind of strange explanation now Ricky on bread it.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"From most of our system like like ninety eight percent of it. Right. It's just like some encrypted string. So the one thing that you said that stood out was this idea that you have these ten thousand banks and their infrastructure can blip out at any time or they can change their maybe their API surface. And you you wanna have this proactive monitoring where you are at some interval painting these different banks and making sure like, okay. Can we still authenticate with this Bank? We still get transactions with this Bank. And so you with all these all these different API's you want it probably hit. These banks at regular intervals to make sure that all the all the API still work for these given banks what the process of managing that infrastructure for for doing that regular testing across all of those banks iterating through all of those banks and testing them. All yeah. So actually, so it's really so when I joined I actually came in. And I was like, oh, we need just the service that you've just described. But it turns out our volume is so huge that we don't really need to pay the banks to see if it's up like we find out with real traffic extremely quickly. If something has changed so mostly it's mostly it's a bad validation about some metric whether a number of metrics that we try like we tracked some metric will start to behave badly if the data's off a number two the second channel is support to tell us if something is off. So like, I'll give you an example like very simple one as we get an account routing number. That's like the wrong length, right or the name on an account changes or like someone who..

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Question is how you do it andrew sealy now on the socalled public square she discusses this book vanishing frontiers right and the question is do you create real channels for people who have legitimate fear of persecution and does that go a little bit beyond the refugee standard right because there's a really strict we tend to follow really strict fear of persecution standard just stricter in the past week task couple days right you know but a lot of people might not meet that standard but yet they're flaring they are fleeing from real violence they do have real fear of returning even if it's not individual persecution and so what many countries have done unfortunately we're not in this mexico's actual better on this but but still is not much further is expand a little bit the definition of who is considered a refugee or legitimate asylum that's something we need to talk about i mean we do have to have some border control we can't let everyone in but there is a question also about how how we expand who we let in but we can't have any of these conversations seriously until we get back to a rational conversation about immigration and we're not there yet next question on your right but i add one more thing part of i think why the relationship is changing and this is the hazelton story again is ultimately because i mean one tenth of americans has mexican heritage this is growing over time and it's not going to grow not because of immigration as much because there's actually a lot of mexicans leaving same time also through legal routes both ways but it's gonna change also because of intermarriage is going to change because we live in the same neighborhoods i mean this is a piece of the story also why we're coming together because there's two million americans living in mexico no of all the things happening that may be the strongest bond gets her last couple of questions here if he didn't have a chance to ask a question interestingly we'll be at the reception immediately afterwards like last or second to last question right here rolling hustle andrew so brilliant book came out fantastic i must say i have to quibble of course patriots quitting five that cities experiencing rapid demographic change in declining industrial employment and he played them by offering the borders the wall and the metaphor i think we have to be careful because the trump paradox is that ninety eight percent of the counties that voted for trump are not hazelton have never met mexicans actual true and don't have either import competition from them so something deep is going on here right and i want to ask you to respond in the form of what do we tell an incoming president of mexico and how to deal with donald trump basically how do we specifically try to talk to the vast majority of this population that has a racialist metaphor that has been the pavlov leeann in the tooted at this point that we need to be able to reach out to them is it going to the congressional districts that we know are going to get hurt because that's actually a lot more of the population we'll get hurt then in the future then has ever experienced relationships with mexico up to this point yeah ucla did a great study which shows that actually the counties that count you did a county level as i remember counties that voted for president trump tended to have less experience with trade with mexico unless experience with immigration there is some evidence that that actually the rate of increase in immigration in nearby if not always in the in in particular cities has a huge effect on people's reaction so hazelton you're right is an outlier in some ways but often it is rapid change even if it's from zero to five percent or zero to ten percent that actually and it may not be in your city maybe in the city next door but but often that seems to have been a trigger in some in some cities so we can argue about that later the other on the other question i you know i think one thing i would tell a new mexican president is don't obsess about donald trump you know and i would probably say that about whoever the president is but but at this particular time even more i mean don't think that this is a relationship about two precedents think this is a broader relationship and make sure you engage as a broader relationship so.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"To the public access to large amounts of works or other subject matter uploaded by their users to prevent the availability on their services of works or other subject matter identified by right holders the directive mentions the use of effective content recognition technologies as an example have to say what the parliament did here was was in majority anyway say hey you know what right idea wrong implementation this is going to cause a lot of problems if we put it in this way let's send it back for debate and take another stab at it which actually what you should do yes let's let organize a committee to send it to another committee so we might then discuss the rightly ness of its committee worthy missed well in from what i understand and again i i follow in this all from far is particularly article thirteen the idea that let's say you do doesn't example if you have to if everything has to be scanned at upload right rather than looked at later on how that changes the crop copyright issues between the company and all of its users it's kind of a met its potential mess and there is the that's the problem is they're saying we need you to do something to prevent the uploading of copyrighted works we're not taking away your safe harbor as long as do that but like you say that that just turns it into a mess doesn't it yet does the register of boards that uk metropolitan police commissioner cressida dick said trials of automated facial recognition systems were expected by the public is by criticism at the technology is quote almost entirely inaccurate and would lead to lots of arrests and quote the london art lead to lots of arrests sorry to interrupt you the big gerard to harass sorry let me read it again quote over kentucky inaccurate and wouldn't lead to lots of arrests i got enough because there was another quote inside the quote abolish that's my fault the london force has been deploying the technology at public events like concerts festivals soccer matches mobile cici tv cameras are used to scan crowds and try to match images of faces to mugshots of wanted individuals according to data released under the uk's freedom of information laws the metropolitans a up our system has a ninety eight percent false positive rate meaning that ninety eight percent scent of the quote unquote matches it makes our of innocent people oh but why wouldn't they want to do it anyway listen i am police commissioner dick is saying i think it's fine for us to test this we're not making arrests based on it yet and of course it's bad right now because it's new but it won't get better until he tested that's reasonable but it sidesteps the whole thing about should you be doing it at all yeah look this is not something i think whenever anybody wants to put the phrases new emerging technology and the ability to be arrested in the same sentence i think there is a right rightful pause but yeah i what they're doing is the right way to do it to say we're not using it to make arrests but make that clear and and then debate like do we need to be using this at all yet because this this is what i start telling it is it up to the police to be getting this to the point where they should be using it shouldn't be a technology how you make sure arcs for the police have the police tested i think that's reasonable i think having the commissioner say well the public expects us to do this especially at a soccer match or yeah some some place where a lot of people are it's not working well but everyone thinks that we're going to do this anyway so you know have to start somewhere in that's the problem that's all right it's time for me to introduce you to numb tots i'm fascinated by this it's not a food i'm very sorry about that the guardian has a piece about the rising popularity of the facebook group new urban est memes for transit oriented teens or numb tots a post highlighted by the guardian for instance says yeah sex's cool but have you ever fantasized about it infrastructure renewal program funded by taxes of billionaires who hasn't that's the gives.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

The Win with Heather Havenwood

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on The Win with Heather Havenwood

"And so as you more crowd work more crowd work and finally i said and i was like my heavy hitting jokes once it land ninety eight percent of the time you know and finally like third time where they gave me nothing i said i know that's damn funny joke you guys come along with me or not i don't care i don't care i didn't say it like in a mad way but it was like i was taking a stand for myself like i'm gonna comedy like five years where that time like they were testing me yeah you know if i had needed them they would would they do this really double that was funny and the fact that you guys are with me like okay land come with me or number like that was i know that's funny every thinks it's funny whatever but that broke them and then they came along with me you know it's interesting there's so many nuances like sometimes there's a laugh leader in a crowd right somebody who kind of gives everybody permission to laugh laugh loud in the people can come along with it and never once nobody will be laugh leader and you can tell people wanna laugh and they're like holding it back like people are so repressed and it's in our country to with all like funding but pc but i'll so how so how do you use you do do you still travel with an the circle of universities do you still do that i've done a little bit of that yeah it's it's i've been refocusing but yeah i did kim state like a year ago and montana and yeah it goes into faces so what do you do for because that's a hold of the business because i wanted to highlight of people that just do speaking circuit in university studied so if you wanted to talk about that just like you did do that at one time how did you use comedy they're a great question so i at the time i really you know a comedian you're always like okay where can i make money you know you people talk about the college circuit so i was like i'm gonna i'm gonna go to the college circuits and people like elaine you're going to be up against comedians who've been letterman ten times like you.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Across ten or twelve on a british news so is it happening more christian when the dog and the owner are together as opposed to there's like not a dog in a clinic somewhere and you bringing you go into it thinking i could have cancer let this dog tell me you know in its own way or is it primarily the owner of the animal that something's wrong with that person women that you're gonna like this they are detecting breast cancer with a ninety eight percent that's amazing and by the way they just came out with a report about breast cancer for women that in its early stages they don't need chemotherapy thank you george because that's the big point if a dog any oncologists will say to you if we can catch cancer any cancer at its very earliest stage we can eliminate it but we don't find it until its second or third stage and by then it's a crap shoot you know yeah you gotta you're fighting it so in terms of trying to i mean you you you mentioned that the dog has the natural ability but can you also then train a dog to sense this.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"A little more complicated than than folks are perhaps thinking so so let's unpack all of that let's start out with with plea bargaining ninety eight percent of criminal cases in this country plea bargain right it is a function of our massively expanding prison industrial complex the fact that trials are lengthy and time consuming and i want us to do an episode solely on the mechanics and philosophy and implications of plea bargaining because the you know we have all of these supposed originalists on the supreme court the criminal justice system that we have in this country is something that the founding fathers could not possibly have imagined and they and they couldn't have imagined it for a lot of different reasons right like it they would be shocked by the idea that it takes eight weeks to try a case right at and so you know getting rid of plea bargaining substantially kerr tailing plea bargaining would involve a number of different interlocking facets some which i think our listeners would probably all be behind by you and i've talked about this a great many of our drug offenses should be stricken from the records right like i think we're all in agreement on that but but even getting rid of of those is not going to is not gonna help out in a system where we're now going to have fifty times as many trials right even building more courthouses is not going to help at the end of the day in order to put a real dent into plea bargaining we're going to have to scale back what it means to have a trial and in countries that have the systems that are the least analogous to plea bargaining those systems.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Be a part of that anymore i've always found that the the divisive nature of our politics was always problematic for me as a child i found it to be problematic and certainly as an adult i found it to be incredibly problematic and so i removed myself from that and i think that i really do think a third party is the future in this country i really do think that we all should like drop a lot of judgments when we see the deer the are we mmediately pounce on people and a republican in california's very different from a republican in the south and a republican in the north is different from republican in the west it's all and we get so bogged down on these labels and i look at this republican right here who's given more to this country than probably ninety eight percent of democrats so that's one thing i've learned is that i was judged mental myself and i've really tried to drop is much of that is humanly possible i think some of it's you know obviously we're all human beings but i've i catch myself now a lot because i think that that's a really big problem i'm guilty of that in terms of judging because i'm a democrat so that good lesson for me to hear as well as you're speaking was that one of the hardest parts of being a first lady i could you could find anything negative but i don't really want to dwell on it so.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Thirty five thousand lives annually representing the ninety eight percent of deadly crashes that are blamed on driver error we the auto industry has to convince consumers that the idea of the computer driving your car can be a good thing now that right on the heels of toyota who also quickly suspended their own self driving car tests after the crash the uber crash but he's he says that's not gonna last long the suspension i think we'll be testing again soon the reason we paused was more because we were concerned about the impact it had on our driver's not necessarily our technology in a short period of time toyota we'll be testing once again they set a goal of introducing a system that can partially drive the vehicle by the two thousand twenty summer olympics so i kind of well there will be a bit of a sacrifice there will be some lives lost but for the greater good how many lives might ultimately be saved that that's kind of his sentiment i guess it all depends on if you're the one on the receiving end of being killed by an autonomous vehicle right about nineteen before the hour okay and plenty of room for you it's eight eight eight six zero eightyseven seven eightyfive five here on america's trucking network a year and rock spotlight nineteen seventy four.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"You know disney should've made a cartoon about you guys not madagascar what was that about so sick of those fucking cartoons about animals that know about global warming and then they teach human beings lesson you know do you realize it like ninety eight percent and i just grabbed that stat right out of my ass reached right in and pull it out ninety eight percent of fuckin animals including the goddamn insects insect and animal i know it ain't human ninety eight percent of those mother fuckers are murderous every day every fucking day when they want to go out and get something to eat they have to commit a murder you know they got to set a trap they gotta ambush do fuck and face to face you ever seen a fucking animal you know be gentleman come up and slap another fucking beast with his glove and say i challenge you challenge you to a meal off i want to eat you know he's piece of shit fucking animals what about me i don't kill anybody i go and eat an animal that's already been murdered i am a compass to murder that's what the fuck i am i don't get on that subject what was i talk about talking about bobby knight some of those stupid fucking animal movies at disney's always making trying to make me cry you know they have some polar bear slide known as belly into a cocaine the same fucking thing that would just be eating me alive.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"And that we'd become very comfortable and have accepted a marginal life ourselves where we live day in and day out with disappointment discouragment sadness and frustration happy show saying i mean that's just the way it is ninety eight percent of the world is living in this thing called cadillac energy where you just kind of settle for what it is i actually had a friend who's watching her facebook live last week asandra and she's getting ready to make some big shifts and changes in her world she said her husband came to her recently and said you're not any fun anymore that you know some changes she had made with her business she's always working she's never they never do all the fun things they used to do and she's gotten completely out of balance but being an entrepreneur and building her business these were the things that she thought she had to do had to give up in order to grow her business and i know you see this every day i tell me that statistic again ninety eight percent living in what kind of energy bolic where you know fear revived and we wrap them alive but most people are living in some type of fear whether it's about finances the stability of a job but we learned to to present the world functionality but in our you know mind and in our spirit it where we're worried with fear i think that we look online and we kind of compare cells to what other people are doing and you know that looks so good over there but i don't know do we even believe that there's even any more like this business is good as it gets.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on Girls Night with Stephanie May Wilson

"Ninety eight percent of them are lonely and feel like they wish they had more girlfriends wherever they are will make it your business even if you're not like an event planner kind or even if you're not the most outgoing like yes i that you're gonna make it your business to make those people not lonely and he will look around and you go oh like i have people to your is just eleven yes hey france i wanted to take a quick pas for my conversation with hanna to think our sponsor for this week we just started having sponsors at our girls nights and i love it because these sponsorships allows to poor personal much more time and energy and love and resources into our grozny i also love them because these sponsors came to us and said hey can we give our listeners discounts and free staff and of course i said yes to that so our sponsor today is an amazing company called zola their wedding company whose reimagined inc the registration and wedding planning process and aims such a fan of them i know that some of the other engage right now or you're dating someone and engagement feels like it's just round the corner and i also know that lots of y'all are bridesmaids inmates of honor these days helping your girlfriend senior sisters in the very best weddings possible and so i love getting shares all with you i love of they're doing because for me one of the most fun parts of the wedding cleaning process was registering for guess how could it not be right but it also is one of the most daunting i remember feeling totally overwhelmed as krone ever registering it was also tricky because we need to things from like a bunch of different places and i didn't want to have twelve different websites for people have to fish there it was just a lot but zola has created a really awesome tool to help the registry process coast so much more smoothly both for you and for your gas so first of all the site is free in super easy to use and it's also really fun they have over 500 brands and over fifty thousand products do you can choose from so they have everything that you'd be able to register for in your local department store but they also have things like wind subscriptions and fitness classes in.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"See that it's a wide disparity ninety eight percent of democrats but we want we we want these daca recipients to get legalization well what of its tied of the budget which they lose half their support where have really mean when you look at it fifty percent of democrats say no no no way don't tied to anything that i might get from the government they come there are important after i get my stuff so that's why they're l that's why they're losing that particular battle when you actually break down the numbers yeah yeah it's you know it it but it becomes one of these emotional things that a you know again the democrats think they're gonna win which ultimately th they're going to is gonna be a dakha deal done one way or the other that's going to happen and the shutdowns not going the last for long just not what i was ensure when i heard mcconnell speaking you might her other time we're who said we'll get that done this week in that if you get us to continuing resolution will get a dreamer deal done after that's how than but that was in that might have been i heard that yesterday morning which might have been what he said saturday and not late yesterday afternoon is that was the impression that i and again it he didn't give me you know went with you and i was just by some of the audio cuts might not much there dan when you hear him speak it's like i i really can't tell where he's going you know a with that but that's how i sort of god it because he said we'll get the we'll get dacca done this week and even say in the continuing resolution right as a part of a any condition or anything within that uh cr we'll see what what happens because his tone was kind of all over the.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"See that mansell wide disparity ninety eight percent of democrats but we want we we want these daca recipients to get legalization well what of it's tied to the budget which they lose half their support have really mean when you look at it fifty percent of democrats saved no no no way don't tied to anything that i might get from the government they come are important after i get my stuff so that's why they're l that's why they're losing that particular battle when you actually breakdown the numbers yeah yeah it's you know it it what it becomes one of these emotional things that a you know again the democrats think they're gonna win which ultimately the they're going to it is gonna be a dakha deal gone one way or the other that's going to happen and the shutdowns knock on the last for long just not what i was ensure when i heard mcconnell speaking you might hurt other time were who said we'll get that done this week uh that if you get us to continuing resolution will get a dreamer deal done after that's how the end but that was in that might have been i heard that yesterday morning which might have been what he's said saturday and not late yesterday afternoon because that was the impression that i it again it he didn't give me you know when to have you and i was just playing some of the audio cut might not much there yeah when you hear him speak it's like i i really can't tell where he's going you know a with that but that's how i sort of god it because he said we'll get the we'll get dacca done this week and even say in the continuing resolution right as a part of a any condition or anything within that uh cr we'll see what what happens because his tone was kind of all over.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Group dot com if you're looking for any financial information other than what you get on the show and it's said it's nice to hear from people how they enjoy the information gary good morning on what is quantum robotic on ninety eight percent celebration morning for me elbow deal yeah absolutely i voted morning to the first when they say that and yeah it's virtually a lock that the bill will get passed in uh in the house this morning uh and once it's passed in the house i i believe president trump signed it um sometimes later today and it'll be law uh going into affect uh first of the year and and that should be good for corporations boot for individuals uh they'll i will say that this legislation 1100 pages uh it's a rush on cash if if you are opposed to tax cuts opposed to a republican victory in the partisanship that we seek then you're gonna find a lot of negative things that you can factually site if you are uh a deficit hawk first and foremost most you're gonna find some things that you don't like if you are a pro growth and small government advocate you're gonna find a lot of things that you really like so it all depends on your perspective what what you're gonna see in this past still but was 1100 pages you can find anything you want to support your argument whatever it is i mean i think you just made a key stable you can find what you want to support your argument but i also like there is eighty this propaganda battle against trump and the republicans who passed the bill i don't think it holds water when you look up and down here first of all uh any of the of the silent since time and i don't wanna make this clinical so let me just thought saying there is a large percentage of people who are talking about the increase in the deficit and um it turns out to be a one point five trillion dollar tax cod but to me as just an ordinary guy it certainly makes sense that if you cut corporate rates from thirty five to twenty one percent you cut taxes for most americans i think eighty percent probably uh that is going to generate growth there's going to be hiring corporate profits will reinvade they'll be reinvested you'll be getting more and more work is.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"You enough dan there looking everywhere you're enjoying the event a cop is lucky and third no relaxation there a lot of things that you give up you give up your sensitivity you give up the debt sensitive it he i you now after twenty year getting it back where uh i i'm getting healing back that i should out that your lou um because you have decal you have your your job you have get complacent and there's so many paying it that blue lying can't or and it saddens me that i hearing all of the negative gave it and when i was in we did um rachel profile we're brought him to watch commanders off and he did you guys were polling over too many hispanic and we looked out of all he kicked well our rural area is ninety eight percent hispanic we don't pull over a geico at night knowing that their hispanic it or polling over violation ed just happy to be ninety eight percent hispanic in the area so most built the black lives matter are in black areas um you can go to white area community and there's very you black crying in white area both of a black right and i and i don't want to racial profile but but it's the truth note book black cry isn't in black areas well i mean again our first of all thank for the service yards wiped with my own soninlaw you know will uh you know we'll get together um you know he's got a pretty good schedule albert you know we'll get together and he leaves work he wants to come home um you know help make the cupcakes further two year old's birthday and put the dog up in the kennel in the back in you know until he has to get up the next morning um you know kiss of rebutted goodbye grab the dog from the kennel put it in a truck him you know off that go but you know nobody nobody signs up um to be brutalised order be ambush or anything else they are they're doing a job that quite honestly a lotta people couldn't do or didn't wouldn't wanna do and uh you know he.

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"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"ninety eight percent" Discussed on KKAT

"Geico you dan there looking everywhere you're enjoying the event a cop is lucky and a third no relaxation miracle lot of thing that you gave up you give up your sensitivity you give up tapie i you're now you're twenty year hitting back where i i'm getting healing back that i should out that your lou you have cow you have your job you have get complacent and there's so many paying lip that blue lying can't or and it saddens me that i hearing all of the negative gave it and when i would in week it um rachel profile and we're brought him to watch manders off and he did you guys were pulling over humidity hit panic and we looked at it will hear it well our rural area is ninety eight percent hispanic we don't pull over a geico at night knowing that their hispanic it it polling over violate happy to be ninety eight percent hispanic in the area so most built the black lives matter are in black areas you can go to white area community and there's very you black quarry in white area both the book black right and i and i don't want to racial profile but but it's the truth note look black crying isn't in black areas well i mean again our first of all thank for the service but now it's like with my own soninlaw you know will love you know we'll get together um you know he's got a pretty good schedule now you know we'll get together and he leaves work he wants to come home you know help make the cupcakes further two year old's birthday and put the dog up in the kennel in the back you know until he has to get up the next morning you know kiss of robotic goodbye grabbed the dog from the kennel put it in a truck attracting you know off they go but you know.

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