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Official: More than 90% of fed workers got shots by deadline
"A Biden administration official says more than ninety percent of federal workers met the Monday deadline for receiving at least one dose of a corona virus vaccine in September president Biden announced more than three point five million federal workers would have to undergo vaccination against cope with nineteen or secure an approved medical or religious exemption an official who wished to remain anonymous until a formal announcement is made said ninety one percent of those workers got a covert shot ninety five percent met the mandate by either vaccination or exemption the White House says it doesn't expect any federal disruptions of those not vaccinated or terminated the Federal Aviation Administration is said to be at ninety nine percent compliance and TSA at ninety three percent but the federal law enforcement officers association says only about sixty percent of its members are vaccinated Jackie Quinn Washington
Virus Craft Brewery-Beer intro and wrap-17-06-19-4
"The corona virus pandemic has been tough on craft breweries around the country some brewers found a way around the restrictions Matt Greenwald's rally king brewing in Colorado this ninety five percent of its business outside the taproom we were shut down for a period of time and the only thing that we had to actually sell was cans of beer out of our bridge in the front grille all needed some kind of packaging service Peter robots to the rescue we have a mobile canning operation designed to support small and medium producers for beer made Greenwald says Rohde canning solutions mobile plants maybe only six foot long but its impact was immense there where businesses that were being close shut down people's livelihoods taken away now the chill the beer is flowing every time a case could spell real beer and the canning business is flourishing I'm at Donahue
Americans agree misinformation is a problem, poll shows
"A new poll shows Americans agree that misinformation is a problem ninety five percent of Americans have identified misinformation as a problem when they're trying to access important information a new poll from the Pearson institute and the Associated Press in O. R. C. center for public affairs research reveals about half blame the U. S. government while three quarters point to social media users and tech companies fifty three percent say they're not concerned that they have spread misinformation but about six in ten or at least somewhat concerned that their friends or family members have been part of the problem my camp in
Trump Spokesperson Liz Harrington and Sebastian Discuss Trump's 2024 Presidential Run
"President trump's spokesperson. Liz harrington let's talk about. Let's talk about your boss. I saw him. What was it two two and a half months ago. He asked me to come to trump town new york. We talked about election fraud. Great to see him you know. He's behind closed doors. He is like when you see him in the stadium with sixty thousand people. People always ask me. What's he really liked. Well what did you think you've seen him in real life. that's how he is. He's genuine but he was pissed. He was angry every right to be angry. Because of what happened in november. You talked to him regularly. How is his mood today. And you can't say on the record angus eight on the record when before i went to see him in new york said ninety five percent chance. He's running now. I would say ninety nine point nine percent chance i think the the announcement will be imminent. I presume you too well as he likes to say. I think you'll be very happy with the houses mood. He's good Obviously you know like the arizona audit results come out and you had the mainstream media just completely lying about. That's makes you angry makes me angry. But no he's
America Has the Unvaccinated All Wrong
"So the After understand that there is a pathology. Here it's only explicable as pathology in the hatred of people who won't get back then you know what the hatred is about. It's not about their killing people because the they don't even make that argument right. What is the argument. They make oh seventy percent of those in in hospitalized with cova today or not vaccinate him. I don't know how true that is. Because they lie about everything they meaning the other side including doctors of the medical profession is is from fao ci on the cdc on down steeped in lies. So i i have no idea. It's true but in any in any event they're killing themselves that's that would be the worst charge you can make against the unvaccinated if you truly believe that incidentally that anybody ever make the charge you know. They're they're the the percentage of people with aids in hospitals. Who are gay or intravenous. Drug users is about ninety five percent. Anybody ever make that argument and if they did. Weren't they cold haters. But there was no memory in the country at memory. Memory is is gone. People will remember what happened today or maybe yesterday. So what is it. What is it if it's not medical. It's that there are disobedient americans. That's all it is about this obedient. America you will not listen. To a democratic gov- democratic mayor democratic president go to hell
Dr Michael Guillen: Science Shows That Seeing Is Not Believing
"That's what we're talking about right now with dr michael gillen. The book is believing is seeing. So you're saying that we we meaning you and others were observing. The spin of certain galaxies ended implied that there was a lot more matter and mass. Then we could see and so what we infer from that observation so we inferred that there must be some things some substance within that galaxy that is causing it to spin so fast that we can't see it's an invisible form of stuff and that's all we called it. When i was a grad student but then as i in the years afterwards we came to call it dark matter. So that's what we call the missing mass that. Where is this mass. That's causing the galaxy galaxy to spin so fast and then beyond that we discovered that the universe is actually not only expanding but it's accelerating out words. That was huge. And i actually covered that when i was at. Abc news because a friend of mine at harvard was involved in that discovery. And we call that dark matter the bottom line just just to come back to the point i was making is that when i learned as a young scientists that most of the universe is invisible and we now believe ninety five percent of the observable universe is invisible to us. I could no longer live by the motto. Seeing is believing because here was science now demanding that i believe in a universe most of which i could not see so i had to ditch. Seeing is believing in that launched me on a very long. Herman has like journey you know. Tormented intellectual sequel has like journey. I literally make fun of. Herman has in the introduction to my new book is areas in bed. I'm not even joking. I'm going to send you a copy when we get off the air. I gotta send you a copy. But so what you're saying. I really you know. I i want to be serious and let the audience know that science or let's say materialists people who are scientistic who insist. There's no such thing as anything except what we can detect with our five senses anything beyond the realm of quote unquote science cannot exist. They make this statement now. That is a statement of faith. It's preposterous but you're telling me oh by the way even science contradicts that idea. Because you're saying there is a ton of matter we can infer the existence of it but we can't see it and so that right there causes you to think like well. Maybe we're getting some of this
Carlos Welch: Homeless Poker Player Wins WSOP Bracelet
"Their fifth. And second isn't so much for your business. The business side of it like the coaching but the difference. Second i is a pretty damn big deal. So yeah you're very incentivized to get i because of all the downstream money that you can make you know just now your w. bracelet all right so like that matters way more than lateran from fourth to third or third second true truth users reminded me of the last thing. I'll say on this topic One of my other goals coming into this was even if i don't make a final table even if i don't cash maybe i can get in some updates and so if they like see my name a bunch of wip updates and re tweet bows by maybe that also you know somebody will see that a. Hey this guy has been battling with the grandlieu. Maybe he is a good coach. You are like a. You're a co host on the thinking poker podcast. You'd been around like people know who know you've right. Like i feel like this is i mean i mean. Is this really both the needle. I know i know more is better but like i see carlos on thinking broker like i'm gonna take He's that's a high level dude. Like i see carlos unlike a update on poker news and like he's playing tournament true there. There's a certain ibew poker player. Who doesn't li listen if they can poker but i say a certain type of as as a small number of people. There are some people. Don't listen with bigger portland. Who knows him. This as if that's not like ninety five percent of players. So as like i think for some of those guys me being able to win a hand against filming bay overshadow the ten episodes. I've done i'm thinking fokker. Yeah songs going after that market. You're you're probably thinking about it. More rashly than me. Like i it from the purest perspective of like you know you're you probably got looking at it the right way though. Yeah you're thinking about it from people who are you thinking about it from a perspective. People who all my level who probably wouldn't hire me for coaching anyway after about the mediocre poker players. Like you know old carlos. Well i mean you know. I've got a course called fish in a barrel right so like i use the f. word fairly prominently and the reality is like everybody starts out as a fish. Right like when you're unstudied when you don't know much about boker we all nobody like just comes out of their mother's womb as a poker savant we all start at the same point and so like you know there's lower level poker players who are fish who are beginners that find out about you through you know an outlet like poker news and then investigate like that to me makes a lot of sense and that's those are the type of people that you know. I think that you're gonna do an amazing job As a teacher breaking things down simply for those lower entry level
The Tides Are Turning Against Biden
"Big front page above the fold cover of usa today. Who is responsible for this catastrophe. Who is responsible. Well we start with the by administration but then you can go down the list and say well who put the bite administration in power and i keep getting these cautiously optimistic notes from people saying is he gonna run is coming back. Is he going to be back in. Twenty twenty four. Are we going to get. I mean we had four years. Yes there was media hysteria. I was thinking about something that that That goofy nicole wallace said on. Msnbc the other day one of the one of the sycophants who is desperately trying to spin the disaster of of a speech that biden gave and she said ninety. Five percent of the press corps will criticize biden speech but ninety five percent of americans agreed with it. And it hit me. I was thinking about this last night. That was the trump era ninety. Five percent of the media was determined to destroy the trump presidency but a vast majority of americans were grateful for the robust economy for building a wall along the border for respect given to the military to law enforcement to the rule of law and this change is happening
MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace: '95 Percent of Americans Will Agree' With Biden Speech on Afghanistan
"Of the worst of the worst is a woman named nicole wallace over msnbc. She's like a never-trumper on steroids. I think she worked for bush. If i'm not mistaken back in the day. She's like the kind of republican wink wink. That msnbc likes and she is beyond vicious. And it's so weird because she's like such a such a pleasant demeanor and nice pleasant smile and you see her. And then what comes out of her mouth is pure vitriol. But she's such a sycophant and so to the democrats. What are george. Bush thinks of her didn't he wasn't he her wasn't he his communication secretary communications director. My gosh. hey mr president. What are you thinking nicole wallace. Now listen to what she said. This is this is rich. Here's a face and voice of sheer and utter desperation as they're playing the violins on the titanic of team biden. And is cnn is pounding away at by jake tapper and all of them are take dot lemon attacking by. They're all going. They're all running the scattering like rats off the sinking ship the sinking uss by but not nicole wallace. Check this out. Ninety five percent of the american people will agree with everything he just said. Ninety five percent of the press covering this white house will disagree and for an american president to finally be completely aligned with such an overwhelming majority of what the american people think about. Afghanistan is probably a tremendous relief to the american people on. Can't even i have a president who's finally aligned with the american people because nicole wallace. This angry vicious miserable trump hating biden loving msnbc host decided that ninety five percent of the american people agreed with biden speech yesterday.
The Mainstream Media Finally Turns on Joe Biden
"Turned on. Joe by the mainstream media has turned on joe by feels like the whole country is scratching. Its head over president. Joe biden except nicole wallace. She doesn't count. She believes ninety. Five percent of americans liked president. Biden's afghans speech yesterday and lisa showed up. I mean that was a big question for the longest time. Where was he where. The world is joe biden. Where's waldo. He left camp david long enough. They flew him over to the white house. Propped him up in front of a teleprompter. Did you see him bolt. After did you watch the speech. First of all probably not but we watched it so you didn't have to and everything you're hearing is true. He essentially said the buck stops with me and then blamed everybody else. It's trump's fall. It's the afghans. Paul afghanistan people's fault. It's the afghantistan military's fall. It's the afghanistan politicians fault. It's the weather. The dog ate his homework. It's everybody's fault but him where the buck stops. I don't think that's what harry truman had my goodness. What a catastrophe. What an utter unmitigated disaster. I don't know that we've ever seen a presidency collapsed this tune. The jimmy carter's presidency come apart this early. Didn't it take a while. We're seven months in and this poor guy doesn't know what day it is
Joe Biden Passes the Buck on Afghanistan
"Why. Cnn and other left leaning journalist turned on biden over afghanistan. they could've covered for some of them. Did that goofy nicole. Wallace over at msnbc said that ninety five percent of americans are with biden on his speech. But not don lemon not wolf blitzer not even go down the list david actual rod. I mean there. He's getting blasted from all sides over his disastrous speech and there were two takeaways first of all after a lot of speculation that he wasn't even physically capable of appearing because he was hunkered down and camp david for days on vacation so at least he did speak but then when he spoke it was a disaster because in inciting or invoking the hairiest truman bromide. The buck stops here. Biden does pass the buck to. Everybody else was trump's fault. It's the afghan fighters fall so generous fault. It's the politicians faulted the president. I guess who. The people fallen from the planes in the sky over kabul right sleepy
Breaking Free From The Emotions and Mind You've Memorized With Dr. Joe Dispenza
"I wanted you to begin to become conscious primarily of how unconscious we spend the majority of day and if we know that our personality creates personnel reality and that's been the theme of this I two weeks and your personality is made up of how you think how you act in how you feel. And we've been saying all along that it takes. Change has to take place by you becoming aware of who you're being and because of the size of your frontal lobe the fact that you can observe who you're being that concept called medical condition means that you can modify your behaviors to do a better job in life that you have to begin to become aware of how you are thinking and if ninety five percent of who we are as a set of memorized unconscious programs then the moment you become conscious of an unconscious program embraced based on how you think how you act or how you feel. Your awareness then literally begins to create a shift and that shifts then causes you to catch yourself right in the middle of the program and as you begin to become more conscious of these unconscious states of mind and body it means you have more dominion and more control over them. So we said that for the majority of tying people allow their environment to regulate how they think act and feel so when you go to certain places or see certain people are do certain things for the most part you and i unconsciously we turn back to the same states of being so it's the environment than when we see our boss or we see our partner. We see our children. Are we go to a certain place. we do. A certain thing or We experience some event that we experienced every single day at the same exact time. That the anticipation of that event and the anticipation of that experience in our environment. The body is actually living in the outcome emotionally before the event takes place and so we really don't leave much room for change or very much room for creation our life because for the most part were functioning awful of hardwired programs neurologically in our brain and emotional states that we've memorized that are based on past experiences. So we said last week how can we ever create a new future if we're so much living in the past and if we begin to understand that we can change the brain and body to no longer live in the past but to live in some future in the present moment and that's what meditation is about. That's what creation is about. Then you transcend your connection to your current familiar reality your
The Importance of Knowing Your Customers and What They Truly Want
"Important fussy reacquainted with who we serve now. I'm the kind of person that needs to know why. I'm doing something before i do it. So why do we do this. Well i'm gonna take this information that i learn and i'm gonna apply to my marketing my sales. And if there's some really significant information. I will maybe even changed my product or what it's going to be in the future because i learned something that's so insightful that hey my customers actually really need this so i wanna start with one of the biggest things i learned about my customers that was shocking at the same time makes sense now that i know it ninety five percent of everybody. We spoke to delivers some sort of teaching coaching course content as their product. That means they're professional teachers. Like they teach whatever it is in their small business with her. It's how to launch a podcasts. Had a balance your budget how to shop for a new car had understand data science. They're in the creators market where they create great content and sell it in live course form or recorded course form or coaching. You name it now. Why was surprising to me. Because i thought a bigger size of our customer base were. Smb's software companies are demoing the product and selling on webinars. Now the reason. I have that understanding or thought that was true was because those types of clients i would deal with personally as the ceo but of course the vast majority of the people that sign up for women are ninja and user. Product are not that in fact those types of companies a small businesses or even larger businesses. Getting them to commit and buy our software is a long process. They want several calls. They have a million questions. They want to have something customized for them. There's a lot of stakeholders a lot of decision makers and guess what that customer their value in terms of customer value. How much money the company makes from that. Customer is the same as that solar per newer that selling their courses and coaching online so from a company point of view. It actually makes more sense for us to go after the solar preneurs the teachers the educators trainers. They're very light touch and the product. Actually exactly what they want. They don't anything change in fact their surprise about half the features or even available like they're they're constantly being delighted and as a ceo. I was thinking all we need to go into bigger businesses. We need to try to get more of that market when really the people that love our product are actually the
What I Didn't Know About My Customers
"Just for context entities lesson this past april marks seven years of us running our software company weapon ninja. And we'd like to do these customer interviews at least once every two years but recently we've been doing a little bit more often and the reason why we did it recently is because we felt in seven years. There's a good chance. The customers that we started with are not the same. As the customers reserve today suspiciously true because of covid nineteen a lot of people came to our platforms from different marketplaces from different industries and even moved over from other products. So it's important fussy reacquainted with who we serve now. I'm the kind of person that needs to know why. I'm doing something before i do it. So why do we do this. Well i'm gonna take this information that i learn and i'm gonna apply to my marketing my sales. And if there's some really significant information. I will maybe even changed my product or what it's going to be in the future because i learned something that's so insightful that hey my customers actually really need this so i wanna start with one of the biggest things i learned about my customers that was shocking at the same time makes sense now that i know it ninety five percent of everybody. We spoke to delivers some sort of teaching coaching course content as their product. That means they're professional teachers. Like they teach whatever it is in their small business with her. It's how to launch a podcasts. Had a balance your budget how to shop for a new car had understand data science. They're in the creators market where they create great content and sell it in live course form or recorded course form or coaching. You name it now. Why was surprising to me. Because i thought a bigger size of our customer base were. Smb's software companies are demoing the product and selling on webinars.
Fauci: US to spend $3.2B for antiviral pills for COVID-19
"The U. S. will invest three point two billion dollars in a program to boost development of antiviral pills for cope with nineteen and other dangerous viruses that could turn into pandemics the cope with nineteen kills would be used to minimize symptoms after infection they're already being developed and Dr Anthony Fauci says the money will help speed clinical trials and give more support for research the program also aims to find new therapies for other viruses there are a few treatments that exists for many of the viruses that have what we call pandemic potential meantime the CDC says average daily new covert nineteen cases of the U. S. have hit their lowest point since the pandemic's early days and are down ninety five percent over five months Sager mag ani Washington
Environmental Racism is Real
"Are going to talk about environmental justice and along with that environmental racism and which describes the fact that people of color and low income people are most likely to be situated in your sources of contamination and away from clean water air and soil so research by the la times finds that in the us. The best predictor of whether you live near hazardous waste site is the color of your skin. That is wild but not surprising right. This is america so now from not far from where i live here in the very latin next community vernon here in los angeles families have been waiting for over three years to have lead contamination. Cleaned out of their community. Contamination came from the exile plant which melted down. Used lead acid car batteries. You don't want that in your backyard. But that's what these families had in their backyard which state regulators had allowed to operate on a temporary permit for more than three decades so state regulators like thirty. But you keep doing it. And then they kept letting them do it for over thirty years. It's crazy right. And what can i tell you. More about this. Despite history of air pollution and hazardous waste violations. They were still continued to operate ex. Able to operate it. California health department analysis found that nearly three hundred children under six years old living near exide have elevated blood lead levels in two thousand twelve. We've known this for a while. The last year the plant was in full operation in twenty twenty. A court allowed exide to walk away from its clean up responsibilities leaving us the taxpayers with the bill to clean this up and i wanted to echo this example or highlight these example because a heard of exits. Its own backyard but too because you see the failures of the government time and time again in airing on the side of corporations and this is an example of environmental racism at play and unfortunately as a nation points out this is. There's nothing you this has been happening for decades and decades and a few insights here about specifically about the us fifty six percent of the population. You're toxic waste. Sites are people of color. People of color have thirty eight percent higher nitrogen dioxide exposure compared to white people. There are two times more likely to live without potable water and modern sanitation and ninety five percent of people of color that have claims against polluters denied by The environmental protection
What Is Disordered Eating with Melainie Rogers, Founder of Balance Eating Disorder Treatment Center
"Talk about the lay of the land as far as what what you think are see statistically is disordered eating. I think cements people even a label. People don't like their relationship with food with an example. I was at a birthday party this past weekend. The topic of fasting intermittent fasting came up with the folks there and they were talking about man. I just feel so like psychedelic. When i'm like going on my third day of my faustin just like talking about experiences. Connections do it justice A metaphor for our lives in a big part of our lives as well And they asked me like we'll have you ever tried intermittent passing like dude. I was the queen of fasting in the day. And i just. I don't do anymore but it is so commonplace that there's all these a diet chocolate a bit about what you're seeing the doors of. Maybe he will think bad relationship and soon but are not labeling themselves or don't want to label themselves either but they want help with the relationship with food absolutely so you know a lot there and it's so true right econ go anywhere without people telling you about the latest dining whether it's kito or intermittent fasting of course is big thing right now and everyone has an opinion about it and and so what i like to think about is to ask the question. What's going on for that person before. They decided to reach out to try intermittent fasting or try the kito diana whatever unusually. It's because they had distressed about their body image impulsively they white and they may have tried other diets before. And i haven't worked and i say that inverted commas because we know that ninety five percents diets fail. I'll get to that lineup. So i'd like to ask you. What was your relationship with food. And what was your relationship with your body light before you decided to pursue intermittent fasting. What's what's the real motivation around. And usually some ability or attempt to control your white and you calories and in a way that you're looking for that civil
What Do We Know About Lockdown Drills?
"Mass shootings in schools have led to a number of different policies practices and products being introduced into our nation's educational settings to help save lives in the event of another tragedy. This includes lockdown drills. Which are currently used in approximately ninety five percent of us schools news stories of drills gone wrong including teachers being shot with pellet guns and students exposed to the sounds of simulated gunfire and bloodied crisis. Actors have led to a number of calls to end these practices in schools most of the claims surrounding these practices however are not based in evidence. My research team. And i wanted to understand the impact of lockdown drills on the people who participate in them over the course of an academic school year. We worked within. New york's fifth largest school district in ministering surveys conducting lockdown drills and providing emergency preparedness training with more than twenty one thousand students and forty three hundred educators and community partners. Our research found that continued. Participation helps to build muscle memory. This helps the body be able to perform steps as trained even when cognitive functioning may be impaired by stress or some other factor more practice more steps were being conducted correctly. We also found that introducing training into the process helped improve feelings of preparedness because people knew not only what they needed to do. But why it was important. Perceptions of school safety did decrease over the course of the project but research shows that people are motivated to engage in protective behaviors. When they believe they or others are at harm taken together. Our research shows that lockdown drills one conducted in accordance with best practices are important tools for schools to be prepared for the very worst day at any other emergency. They may
"ninety five percent" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Smoking because of weight gain so I think these are some of the reasons and again women's brains are different than theirs I have an aunt that women don't don't actually react the same way and make it seem as though they might need those habit those habits that have formed with smoking when you're talking about a thirty year you know to pack a day smoker look let me tell you I talked to these women who have actually tried everything they want to smell like smoke they don't want to smoke I really tried they being on it and finally work it's something that gets them off the cigarette and when you're talking about a thirty year habit it is hard to quit that habit and to quit all the physical thing that you deal along with that habit so there's there's a lot of evidence and I think it's kind of common sense why do you think would work more than past you've been gone so that's why it's important to have the choice says in the marketplace you know this is what I think troubled a lot of people all about that if there is something that gets it out again the thing is ninety five it's not far more. okay but it ninety five percent less harmful than smoking okay I'll get I'll take that okay now I know that we've seen people like representative how leave and thought saying warmer you know former smokers people current day perfect now you're still smoking your self mocking that's not true you're doing something that is far less harmful by ninety five percent and so we should applaud there's always comprised of people who have found a safer way to deliver nicotine into their body right now look it be great if everyone is perfect and not addicted to anything but but the truth is is if you can if you can continue that habit in a much safer way why is this not a public health when and why are we at why is the government actually moving to take these in a light saving is Julie tell me why this. well look here that there's a moral panic out there there's a a lot of concern and what monster really driving miss daisy I'm a mom I'm a mom of three kids and I'm a mom of a middle school are I am also concerned it might it might take a baby I don't want him to bait I don't want anyone bay banks but he is not a current smoker but I tell you what you know I. those relatives I talked about women my aunt my great aunt you all died looking really cards as sure would have been nice they have not been here and so I really get uncomfortable because I'm not addicted to the nicotine I'm not a smoker I get real uncomfortable when people who don't know who aren't trying to kick a difficult habit telling people well we think we know that this is an innovative product that has had a had a record of a ten year record of helping people quit smoking and now it's being demonized largely because the wind eight ball I have a mess of it teen smoking epidemic there is no such thing as a teen smoking epidemic and because of the latest health concerns what what you are are being misidentified as bait one lady injury they have nothing to do with the cigarette they have they have they have everything there with their legal facets of being bought off the black market and so these are the two reasons that were thing that then you know what politicians will have to do they love the look like they're doing something and this is this is what we're staying.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Independent thought independent life. this is Chad does. the founders of the constitution wrote impeachment into the constitution as an extraordinary measure getting used sparingly but to be used if a president so abused the power and influence of the office of the presidency that it was simply intolerable to wait for another election and so I think that's what the Democrats in the house or going to suggest that this transcript shows. that's K. Shaw. right she's like a really smart person right law all that kind of stuff also made Chris Hayes who still looks like caterpillar from his neighbor on MSNBC. but that's her talking about. this impeachment yes No doesn't warn impeachment remember it's not a it's a political thing got to sell the American people new Quinnipiac poll that just came out today. ninety five percent of Republicans. say no impeachment only seventy percent of Democrats say impeachment means thirty percent say now. it's it's. you're not there yet you're not he's talking to so Lynskey like they're out there doing their tag. but here's something. and I ate text one of my sources who happens to also be an elected representative. and I said to John McCain's former. like press guy. said that if it was a secret vote. that. thirty Republicans would jump ship. if it was a secret about. does Mike Murphy former senior adviser to Mitt Romney and John McCain. and they would vote to impeach so I text one of my people I talk to because me stuff I like the visual on the right side as it is this true because I don't about thirty. but there would probably be enough. said they'll say something. doesn't it. but I think some of it may even have nothing to do with whether not they agree or disagree whether he did something I think just over time because Austin the pure exhaustion. of this. twenty four seven. trump circus media circus prompt delusion trump I mean you know I mean it's it's at some point in time it wears you down. but is it enough. now because you have to go out and you have to do what. you have to go out if you get the American people. because in the end it's about power. that's it. it's about power. holding onto it or getting more of. not about whether it's the right thing at the wrong thing to do is about protecting your side of the aisle that's it. not the house not a thing else not one thing else. are you protecting your side of the aisle you got it going on you're protected all right let's do it let's protect it. here we go. we'll see we'll see what happens. right now. it is a public vote right now. they don't have what they need so that it happened three two three five three twenty four twenty three ads have been to chose your Twitter you can tweet at us love hearing from every single one of you. in the world of of of of social media you guys think about this right now the world of social media. how fast things can happen all right this is a story about a kid is eleven years old. and social media. he was lost he didn't know where is gone take a look at this surveillance video an eleven year old driver on a three hour trip pulls over randomly into a restaurant.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Class of the ninety five percent consistently lose money yeah you know you say E. L. you really believe that they're out there they're saying I don't want to be poor and and you know it goes back to you know kind of a a life long lesson the that we shared with me at a young age and it's like well you know you don't want to be port we sure act like you do you know actions speak a lot louder than words and so many times you will hear some he said well I don't want to be in this situation we sure act like you do because the some where we are in life is the sum of all the decisions up until this point time period right so if we don't want to be in the situation we're in number one stop acting like it because acting like it is what's got us there right so change kind of changed the whole approach really everything that we're doing and you know we go back through poor the whole passing over opportunities repeatedly again not taking advantage of an opportunity was it I'm not going to do that right now that is taking an action that is opportunity avoidance that takes us right into that poor mindset and it's one of the commonalities that you'll see over and over I see I I've seen and heard people come up with every single excuse I imaginable I have heard the phrase might ducks aren't in a row I don't know how many times and if I hear it one more time I actually may vomit because it is the oldest and the lamest excuse I've ever heard you want what you want to know why your ducks in a row because doc start ever in a row it's an excuse people use to not face their own issues and to not have to put any effort against it it is so much easier to do nothing and just sit back and complain rather than do something in own where we're at and try to make the necessary changes to make things better now one of the places where you can really get started off with this is really getting that education getting that foundation bill take those first steps of getting over the fear because usually the fear the told you back and where can you do that but out of one of our classes and right now before the break Larry how but we do another give away let's do it right now I have a.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Class of the ninety five percent consistently lose money yeah you know you say he you know you really believe that they're out there they're saying I don't want to be poor and and you know it goes back to you know kind of a a life long lesson the that we shared with me at a young age and it's like well you know you don't want to be port we sure act like you do you know an action speak a lot louder than words and so many times you will hear some he said well I don't want to be in this situation we sure act like you do because the some where we are in life is the sum of all the decisions up until this point time period right so if we don't want to be in the situation we're in number one stop acting like it because acting like it is what's got us there right so change kind of changed the whole approach really everything that we're doing and you know we go back through poor the whole passing over opportunities repeatedly again not taking advantage of an opportunity to say I'm not going to do that right now that is taking an action that is opportunity avoidance that takes us right into that poor mindset and it's one of the commonalities that you'll see over and over I see I I've seen and heard people come up with every single excuse I imaginable I have heard the phrase might ducks aren't in a row I don't know how many times and if I hear it one more time I actually may vomit because it is the oldest and the lamest excuse I've ever heard you want what you want to know why your ducks in a row because doc start ever in a row it's an excuse people use to not face their own issues and to not have to put any effort against it it is so much easier to do nothing and just sit back and complain rather than do something in own where we're at and try to make the necessary changes to make things better now one of the places where you can really get started off with this is really getting that education getting that foundation built take those first steps of getting over the fear because it's usually the fear the told you back and where can you do that but out of one of our classes and right now before the break Larry how but we do another give away let's do it right now I have a.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In sync with the picture and a lot of times their specific beats you have to head I have to be at this bar at this moment I have to be this by this moment so the way that was achieved was there with her take a crayon and draw a line across the the film going from one side to the other and when it way that appears on screen as as a line moving from left to right streaming across the the screen and telling you that went by the time that line gets the right hand side I've got to be a bar thirty one and you know so that's a streamer punches were a way of giving the conductor some metronome information basically it be just that if you take a punch like you'd punched paper with a Huff and punch a hole in the ground like for every beat was her maybe where every bar was so we see this white dot and he would know if you were all had to speed up a little of that conduct would know if he was in time to meet its obligations to the picture and and do you conduct when you have composers my conduct and see all my sessions that's the fun part which I think the most fun it's the most fun yeah and and are you is it like we've seen in the movies about movies is the movie like screening in front of you well it's these days it's screen funny but on a tiny screen rights or they don't really do it that way if any of these stories these days so it is a big kick you know I I I spend ninety five percent my life by myself in a room yeah that's what I do as a composer but for that those few days when we're recording it you put on an Ascot entails exactly and and in an imperious tone and that's right so as you're sinking the the movie with the music that can be done very tightly where every bit of action and then it can be more freely.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KGO 810
"Of that ninety five versus five that ninety five percent of the individuals out there who are financially dependent verses that five percent of the individuals out there who are financially independent meaning they get to do whatever they want to do really whenever they want to do it they're not worried they're not shackled with the stress of of money and I know we have a lot of listeners out there were internationally broadcast now I tell my mom that every time we get a chance you know bragged were all men mom you'd be so proud of me right so one of the things though is we have sold many listeners wrote so many stations we have such a large financial family out there we know that that that not everybody is happy with their financial situation we know that that there is that common goal every January you know we're we're what we're four months five months away from January I guess but also we're going to have the if you were to turn the corner to be January we're gonna be making new year's resolutions of the most common new year's resolutions are will lose weight I wanna make more money right those are the most common years resolutions when we gonna do something about it right rather than just every year going through the same motions when are we going to do something about it at that same every year conversation come up it'll kick this over you because I don't have an answer for this question but there's listeners out there who listen to us every week her unhappy with their situation and they have yet to do anything about it they have yet to even pick up the phone and even potentially try to win a set of these tickets and my question is why well you know it comes down to the simple fact that again lot of people out there the smartest people in the room Ryan they think they've got this is down yeah just ask them right no Quincy Jones and my favorite music purchases of all time did we are the world Michael Jackson right he had a great quote once that said there's a reason god gave us two ears and one mouth only to understand they don't know what they don't know now if you're completely in the dark and you're hearing somebody telling you there's a better way and you choose not to do anything about it there is no way to blame but let's talk about people who do you do the right thing and it comes down to three things rhyme and it's very fascinating because I ask a lot of people I hear the same answer the first thing that most people who are happy who are in a position where they get to do what they want to do they say Larry it comes down to having purpose most people in life unfortunately right now don't feel they have a purpose the people who were really happy they've got a purpose they're doing what they love every single day once you have a purpose it then leads into feelings of accomplishment there's nothing worse than going to work every day hating what you do fillers your couple she nothing other than you got yourself up and out of bed that day right so you want to have a purpose goals so you can make accomplishments in these little wins and finally the most important thing that trumps everything else love you have to have love in your life and that means surrounding yourself with the right people that will support you can have your best interests at heart and that's really what I see the five percenters doing best and you know when you asking really break this down it comes to trading especially if you understand that there's a system out there in a system you've heard me say this over and over again simply means saving yourself stress.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Third first aid swaying a blast to left center field that's going to get down a run scoring basic gathered by the Sunday do ball wide turn my Alonso he'll hold Rozario scores six RBIs for Pete Alonso as John said except that he called the B. C. B. S. eight eighty mated tend to three at cap the scoring for the Mets they would hold on to beat the Braves ten to eight avoiding a sweep down in Atlanta Alonso five for five to six rubies including a four hundred and fifty one four three run Homer in the first his thirty ninth of the season matching the NL rookie record happy to break out of a little mini slump in a big way baseball but I haven't been making consistent Chris contact with you in that department last night courtesy of this and why I'm adversarial joined in with five hits two doubles to singles in a triple he's now batting to eighty nine fifty RBIs in the year he's got a three eighty three batting average and a nine twenty six OPS thus far in the month of August Todd Frazier went deep Wilson Rameau's someone the garish combined for seven of the met season I twenty three hits Mickey Callaway's club bouncing that's what good teams have to do they have to weather the storm when guys around we're sorry already stepping up in the leadoff spot for the injured Jeff McNeil market Stroman it didn't have a walk in the park outing we did last five and a third for his first met when worked out of a bases loaded one out jam in the bottom of the first a battler you know we do a lot of pictures in the first inning but he continues to battle it continues to battle and he's gonna do whatever it takes to to keep runs off the board I would hope so not so much for you gone you know just trying to get through the last two winning he was tech for four homers three in the ninth forcing Edwin D. as into the game and after walking Brian McCann on four pitches he did strike out and in C. R. J. for his twenty fifth save so the Mets are back within two of the second at a wild card spot the move on the Kansas city three game series with the Royals no was Syndergaard Mike Montgomery the starters tonight eight fifteen first pitch so make you Kelly said that drew gone you did a great job last night manning's yeah heating up some innings actually it's Craig that quote was great job still over the plate gave way using the rest right you went out there with a can of gasoline dumped all over the mountains great job job brother by the way did you notice the key difference with lawns illus the key difference yeah the key difference here to his usual look and routine it big game I saw wonderful stick with it the high socks no high socks last night did not end with pant legs up he went down right how about that he may have done that at some point earlier in the season of claim to have watched every met game but I would say all I know I don't get a ninety five percent if not a hundred that you're not going to ever see those socks again and last night but well worth it was long notice once in there Hey I do whatever you got to do a little bit ago and high pants tonight now after Absalom six RBIs so are the Phillies won back to the cubs in the wildcard race after sweeping Chicago that its citizens bank they score six in the bottom of that I think putting Bryce Harper's a walk off grand slam four seven five five in a walk off Homer like that I mean that's that's what you live for that's what so you want to do as a team as organization called the one of the coolest moments of his career he was flying around the bases after the upper deck shot state fair down the right field line no such moment for the Yankees at the stadium they got ambushed by the Indian.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"It is great to have you with me I begin this hour with Richard Haas is part of the council on foreign relations veteran diplomat author of a world in disarray good morning Richard how are you morning this year what are you doing I'm tripping I just spent fifteen minutes I will that will stab about China and I'm gonna ask you about that but first I want to ask you about the rhetoric of the day your batch of the media your veteran of green rooms you and I have been doing this for a long time I am stunned by the knight foundation study released yesterday in the past ten years has your trust in media increased not change decreased US adults sixty nine percent decrease Democrats forty two percent decreased independent seventy five percent decrease Republicans ninety four percent decrease liberals forty six percent decrease moderate sixty six percent conservative is ninety five percent it's actually a crisis Richard Haass if nobody believes anybody it is not I would also you know it's it's a proxy for something larger that this is a sign of what's going on in the society that we're becoming more divided one person's faxes and other persons not in fact that we're just getting more divided I think if you ask people do you trust Congress the numbers would be even lower obviously people have been deeply divided about this this president there's not too many institutions that are state thing this kind of perception I think it was actually back to a second term bush but I want to contrast the rhetoric we are wallowing in in the aftermath of the murderous rampages in el Paso in Dayton with Robert Kennedy on the night of the assassination of Martin Luther king I want to play this for you in the audience cut number seventeen but those of you who are black and are tempted to fail with be filled with hatred and mistrust the injustice of such an act against all white people I would only say that I can also feel in my own heart the same kind of feeling I had a member of my family killed but he was killed by a white man but we have to make an effort in the United States we have to make an effort to understand to get beyond a go beyond these rather difficult times favorite call my my favorite poet was Aeschylus he once wrote.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Ninety five percent of all of them are part of a tree you get upset you start getting sick we have an anxiety many have anxiety too much it's emotional feeling it feels so good Hey you got a feeling the feeling that you're alive but you're not really beginning to die and if you smoke it also takes away things either because if you don't have a smoke you feel that your sense it kills having society because guilt is following you all the way to the grave hoping if you wake up can be set free but the trouble is you'll never want to be wrong you always were happy right and you don't want to play with me because I'm not me I'm extension of him I want you to be extension of him but you can extension of him through me because they're not many me's all right now we're gonna take our next call it is post office box one thousand grants pass Oregon nine seven five two eight please put some money in this old man's hat for the future because the future will be free right now it's mostly free donations are needed and donations will be need to after I'm gone because you got to keep it going in you have to have people that are working with it and but but but I've learned is that those people who have helped they support the program hi so anyway just support it thank you my cancer is gone my problems are gone all of them are coming from the same sickness it just depends on the on the tree that your work is sprouting is where you sprout if this route with anger if your anger is earned yeah amity buyer cigarettes then you could get the death death of circuits if his eating to much is even worse is no longer food is addiction can you see how awful you'll die from that horrible horrible death what you see if you see you will need all those doctors you may need info for a little while we get to see what I'm trying to share with you yes emotion is the essence of sin and as long as you have he motion you can be controlled right now if it's any person out there wants to argue with me confront me you'd better take a second thought.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Westwood one podcast network If you send a message right now. wouldn't be much different than message which is i'm not looking for and if there is it'll be obliteration like you've never seen before climate disruption is a national security threat and also that same two cents weaken cancel student loan debt for ninety five percent of the folks we have to do something to reduce the student debt which i don't have time to go into now but we will Back. Revolution. sean hannity show or behind the scenes information on news and more bold inspired solutions for america stay right here for our final news roundup and information overload i think there's a blue wave starting.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KTRH
"We appreciate how important it is in our lives. Couldn't be more right? I'm getting tired of fish. The big emergencies happening to let that happen. But you're absolutely. Our shouldn't have to wait for emergency to appreciate our loved ones. But. Unfortunately, sometimes that's what it takes. I know that I appreciate her more as a day. I have had more friends to have a heart attack. And as a result to stop count their blessings. We have a natural tendency to chase that which we don't have in. Once we bring something under our dominion, we say, well, I control that I own that I have that that's official and move on. Our wife our kids our job, our health, our families our parents. We, we have a tendency to say, well, I've conquered that salesman. It's like taking for granted. The ninety five percent of your business. You already do have in hopes of adding the five percent marginal. And you don't appreciate what about the clients that have been with you. What about the folks that were with you during the tough times, and it's unfortunate that sometimes we have to have an adjustment like that to stop realize you know what? I've got it really good at home. I've got somebody really special in my life instead of worrying about all the things. I'm not be grateful.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"I know we could have fun with some of the things he said there, but that was fifteen years ago. January of two thousand four fifteen years ago, and he was bragging about all isn't that everything television show for heaven's sakes. But he said, yeah, I was billions of dollars in debt. I don't know where the guy is a Popper or a prince I have no idea how much money he has how much money he doesn't have an all of this information New York Times without in blaring headlines about how he had these loss. Write offs doesn't answer that question. Eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred Brian in Carson sitting about a Hello, Brian. I don't. Yes. I think some of the callers are calling in they they don't have a business of their own. Because if they did that understand about Corp in corpus laws and about yet show a loss. Like, you mentioned previously your machine you guys show a loss. That's the way the tax toucher is out there. You know, ninety only don't have you don't have to just that. If there is a deduction that you can take I have said this on this program. Many times you wanna you wanna open up the tax code because a lot of people say I'll tell you what I go to work every day at the end of the year. I get a W two. I don't have any fancy dancy CPA helping me white all kinds of things off. And my answer to them has been and you never will unless you own your own business. And when you own a business, I don't care if it's a corpse e or corpus or an LLC or I don't care. It opens up the tax code two tons of deductions that are designed written for over the decades for for business. And that's what it is. Absolutely. And you know, our nation was touted more than ninety five percent of the nation was currently owned owner entrepreneurial, you know, credit owner we owned our own business, you know, back then in the seventeen hundreds and and now football to now, you know, over ninety five percent is corporations and business were we somehow worked for somebody else. I don't that. I did. So the both books my life. And so yeah, now, I you know, I like, and I have LLC under corpus padding under a corpus situation and it worked out low. But I mean, it took me time to realize that that's what I had to do if I wanted to know by your about your your flip the ninety five percent. But I whatever is not important. What is important is? Yeah. Businesses get the and who who came up with this. Congress this congress prior congresses all the way back to nineteen thirteen when the tax code was I started and they put them in there, and it's legal. And I dare any of you that they say, hey, there's a deduction here you can take. I would love to hear you say. Oh, no, no, no, no. I don't want to take that. But it's legal. No, I don't wanna take deduction that's legally of available to me that that is. And there's one other thing what that gal. You know? You know, the thing is is she doesn't realize that when you open your taxes up to anybody else. Other than the government your led to screw with me large Brittany with make you.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on WJR 760
"Those built be active documents to help you get the most out of your financial life is critical and what about for a married couple making sure that both spouses are actively engaged in all interactions with financial planner. So we are all very busy. We divide and conquer and we have to respect that. But what the mistake is is we aren't inclusive. So if the man or the woman are taking one's got the investment plan in one has the daily financial household management. We have to talk to each other to make sure the right and left hand know what they're doing when we get disconnected. And and don't have a sense of are we on track for our financial security your personal definition of financial security, which may be different than your spouse's. That disconnect can then create some distrust, not only in your relationship, but with the financial advisory team, you're working with. It's okay to have different motivations in goals. But you have the middle ground, and you have to talk to each other even unpleasant things have to come forward in the process. You know, it's really interesting. I think that that that definition is different ninety five percent of the time the financial security for the husband is different than what financial security is for the wife. And so what it reminds me of is let's say that a couple wants to build. A new house and they're going to build it from scratch. Well, obviously, you don't just go by and take a snapshot of a house from your phone or smartphone, or whatever and take that picture over to Home Depot and say, hey, this is the house I want give me the materials that I need to buy. No, you've got to start out with an architect. And right now, what couple would allow only one person to go speak to that architect and tell them what they want the house to look like because I'm going to guarantee you that there's things in the house that the husband wants that are totally different than things in the house that the wife wants, and there's some of the things that the wife wants the husband doesn't even care about and the husband wants to wipe doesn't care about. But they have to come together talk about there's going to be compromised because they're both going to live there when you're talking to a financial planner. There's things that each of you want that are different than the other. And if you don't both voice those things, and they're not listened to from the financial planning perspective. And you don't talk about those in reached the common ground. Then you're never going to be able to have that one ideal financial life that you really want that to me is what the heart of financial planning. Is all about it is understanding just like an architect needs understand what you want to build the financial planner needs to understand what is your financial life..
"ninety five percent" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Is a ninety five percent chance of being cancer free with us based on our statistics. He wants to be cancer free and he wants to keep his sex life and he wants to keep his urinary life and he wants to avoid radical surgery wants to avoid experimental therapy. He wants to avoid unproven therapy wants to avoid robotic treatment. Because he knows there's no benefits. And actually it looks like there's more toxicities with robotic than. Than open surgery, although both are pretty tough on the patient. You can look at our data. We have prostate booklet to give you a few wisher calling her office a two and two choices. I'll talk about a gentleman who came with a kidney cancer, savannah who had some blood in the year, and he had a biopsy of the kidney it showed kidney cancer. He was worked up at one of the big hospitals. They want to remove the kidney he refused. He did not want to lose his kidney function did not one to go through radical surgery. He wanted to have the best chance of keeping his kidney and destroy the cancer. Remember, it was biopsy proven cancer, many people come to us with kidney cancer, because they just don't want to lose their kidney wanna lose the function of the kidney. And that's what he got. He had five treatments each took about ten minutes. How do we do body radio surgery will make a frame of the body saw custom made for the patient? There's no cutting no bleeding whereabout. Ascended beams from thousands of angles to hit the cancer and most likely his cancer will go away and most likely he'll get follow up scans. And they will. Prove it to you. And then we will tell you. We'll tell you while we're talking about our patients. That's what we do every week is a real patients. These are all the patients I've seen in the last few days. So I'm seeing patients I'm taking notes I put my notes together at the end of the week. And then I put them all together and bring them here. So I can explain to you what we do. And how we do it in. What's happened to these people and the dilemma so that we can all learn together. That's how medicine Israeli take a normal person medical student, and is take him or her and start exposing that person Tajik -ation and patience and histories and physical exams, and before you know, it their doctor pretty much like we go through here every week there. It's a little bit more intense and a little bit more hands on. But the idea's the same to learn medicine through experience through patients through information. And that's what we're providing here. So we don't give medical degrees here. But we do give a lot of information, and you can learn a lot about. Medical care. I won't talk about a family who came. This is a family incredible family is the woman who is eighty two years old and she's a heavy smoker. She smoked a lot his terrible lung disease. Chozas lupus, which is an inflammatory disease, and she was coughing up blood, and she went to three separate hospitals. They put a needle in the long and biopsy cancer. And then each of the three big super duper hospitals told her well, you have cancer. But there's nothing we can do about it. Well, how would you feel if you're eighty two married you wanna live long cancer in both lungs the right long on the left long and three big super-duper hospitals. Tell you they have nothing to offer you now you can go home while you'd feel probably pretty lousy with this woman came to us came to registered to New York thirteen before four Broadway more than a year ago, we saw her. She was nervous. And her husband was nervous. I saw her and I saw the films. I saw the reports. Nice. Our blood tests and examined her then we talked about all the options, and we offered radio surgery, and we. Needed her and her bleeding, stop and she got follow up. She just got a follow up this week with a new pet scan and the cancer's in remission. So a year later like a new lease on life or cancers intermission after being seen at three big hospitals saw surgeons and chemo and other doctors, and they saw how terrible COPD was pulmonary functions. And her lupus, and they sent Senator home way can imagine why they sent her home well at registered in New York. We did the opposite. We invited her in. We offered treatment. We made no promises no guarantees, but we invited her in years of experience decades of experience of team that works together. And this is the work that we do here at radio surgery, New York, and she's in remission and her husband just sat me this note that I want to read this note to you surreal note in my hands. It says dear Dr Gill just a little note of thanks for your early phone call I'm up and running about at seven. AM earlier, you're the best. And I'm very glad that I listened to your radio show and made it my business to bring my wife to you in Manhattan. If we stayed with Dr axe at blah, blah, blah, hospitals. She would be history by this time a thousand thanks to you and your staff and the husband's name. So that's the letter. We just got I call them at seven in the morning to give the results of the test. And he was riding back to explain what happened and their thoughts about his wife being treated for bilateral lung cancer with COPD and lupus, did well, no side effects. Hey, okay. Tolerated treatment. Well, he was ten minutes came in got traded. And we made a start tactic frame a frame about the body painless no cutting, no bleeding. No anesthesia, then beams came from thousands of angles hit the cancer, leave her long intact. And now here she is a year later. In remission. No other treatment, no surgery, no chemo. No, nothing. Only those ten minutes treatments. A few of them and went home slept in her bed every day. And that's where she is most likely today at home with her husband doing the things that she wants to do not being stuck with chemo or other things alive in remission. Find him sector Liederman. That's pretty typical story of the work. We do that's what we do every day. At thirteen four Broadway where we see patients with newly diagnosed cancers and recurrent cancers, small cancers, big cancers, prostate and bladder and kidney people want to save their bladder other kidney or their liver of their breast or the arm or their leg or their brain come to radio certain New York at thirteen four Broadway discuss either for the booklet the or for an appointment. Call us at two one two choices two and two two four.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KCRW
"A dream world. The question I'm left with is why. Why would giving up custody of your kids just to get the mental health care even be an option? I sat down with Kristina Stevens an administrator with Connecticut DCF, she told me that the system works. Well, and that most parents who want what the state calls voluntary services can get them without giving up custody. I pushed back, unfortunately, you know, the ten different parents. I've spoken to have presented a much different scenario bay attempt to apply for voluntary services and are denied, and then they discover either with a social worker or a doctor at an ER that they have the option to relinquish custody after which they are surprised to learn that they will be charged with a category of neglecting court, which is uncared for due to specialize needs. And then the child is in the custody of the state. How do you respond? To that. While we do have denials may we don't we obviously have a ninety five percent acceptance rate, you have families that initially apply and sometimes withdraw and say, I've I've decided I'm going to move in another direction or the need is not what I thought it was or they've got a different clinician. It may have been a difference of opinion where you have a provider who says I can deliver. Specifically, what's recommended in the home in the community? And you may have a family who says I'm not interested in that these are complicated issues, and they're incredibly hard to do because they are so complicated. When Stephen says, they have a ninety five percent acceptance rate she's talking almost exclusively about in-home voluntary services. Most of the parents, I spoke to had those at some point. But it wasn't enough. And when they tried to get out of home residential treatment through the state. They were denied. Stevens says the state discourages residential treatment because it isn't always affective. Plus as we know it's really expensive. If I'm going to invest in acts, what should we expect to have as outcomes, I think that's a perfectly reasonable thing to do. We want to be good fiscal stewards. So all of us do. So it's important that you make sure what we're investing in actually yields the kinds of outcomes you had hoped for still Stevens told me that parents aren't ever forced to give up custody in order to get the care they need. She said that sometimes actually grateful to have the state takeover because they don't want their kids at home. But they don't want to be the ones to say it a couple of instances come to mind, where a family has has in some cases sought us out to say, I I know my relationship with my child, and if my child is ready to come home. I'm their parent. I'm going to say, yes. Even if everybody around me says, not ready, not ready. More time is needed slow it down. I mean, I just can't write heartbreaking to imagine yourself saying to your child. You can't come home yet under an uncared for. We essentially get to be the heavy on that. Right. So it's not voluntary because the family doesn't necessarily want to have all of the decision making a thority. It's clearly not abuse and neglect. But there are some extenuating circumstances where the needs are such and the dynamics are such that the family actually has said to us. I need a little bit of backup here. Stephanie would have appreciated backup from state. But instead she was charged with neglect and her kids were taken away from her. You've got the rug pulled under you, and you feel like wait. What did I do wrong? What did I do wrong? That's all you keep thinking of.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"They were not eyewitness reports by any means, Scott. What's your take on life after death? I know that there is life after death, and how do you? I know that. Yeah, I I can say that intellectually because in the book, I did quite an in depth study of every kind of piece of evidence from deathbed visions to near death experiences and ghosts and so forth, and there is truly massive scientific evidence. Now, can you get the skeptics to look at any of the stuff, objectively, of course, not? But just to give you an example in ninety five percent of cultures throughout history people John just believed in an afterlife. But they said that the ghosts visited them their ancestors. They had these encounters people came back from the dead. The there's a bout I think around four or five percent of Americans and Germans have had near death experiences. And people say, oh, well that was just, you know, the oxygen or, you know, the drugs or something that no if you go back and actually look at some excellent books on the subject that have taken a scientific approach the near death experiences. Cannot be explained away by this actually just the opposite. What people think might explain it away doesn't explain away. In every single case. And again, I'm amused by the intellectual dishonesty of the fake skeptics because they can't just look at these things rationally this has you don't have to believe in God. You don't have to believe in the supernatural believe that there's life after death. I must believe in reincarnation to then. Right. Well, no, I I'm actually a disbelievers in reincarnation for a number of ruins. Yeah. So here, here's why reincarnation, and I was open minded until I actually looked into this first of all the evidence for it is very very weak. And you wouldn't know that by listening to the proponents? I would challenge anybody who thinks otherwise to read Scott rogue goes to search for yesterday, and he goes through and he shows that even the best reach researchers like in Stevenson, if you look at what they. Claim happened in reincarnation cases. There's two things about it. First of all, it's highly. Inaccurate people claim to be reincarnations of people as it turns out who are still alive or reincarnation that turn out to be actually memories of two different people, and you can go on and on and on down the list. The reincarnation memories are often. They're mostly occur spontaneously, and Hindu culture. Buddhist. Don't really believe in reincarnation. That's a whole subject unto itself. But it mostly I've been to India. I've talked to Indians about this. And. They do have their reincarnation memories. But this is a cultural thing they're born into the next village, basically, they weren't Cleopatra or you know, they weren't in some exotic culture if people really had these memories relative to the one hundred billion people who ever lived. They would be born in darkest Africa. They would die of smallpox at one, you know, that sort of thing. No, somehow, you know, they have these really interesting previous lives, but the evidence is extraordinarily weak. It's in among Americans. It's all it's almost always produced hypnosis, but that's not my objection to reincarnation. The problem is just like with conventional religion had up the plan of life. Okay. Doesn't really make any sense. Just think about this for a second. What I mentioned before about the chaos of the world. Let's say the spirit is gonna come back into a body supposedly to work out. It's karma. Let's say that right there, Scott. We'll pick that up when we come back. I'm coast to coast to coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and now Android four dot own above. Listen,.
"ninety five percent" Discussed on KTRH
"But I'm I'm worried that. That might be a problem. And I don't know if I have to go with fiber glass, or or what my options are are you going to heat and cool this. Probably on a limited basis. I'm probably going to put some sheet rock up or form Taiwan. Okay. And the reason I ask that question. If you're not going to heat and cool, it don't put any insulation. Because it won't do you any good a radiant barrier. Would do you much better? And the reason for that installation has an R factor, which is a resistance, and basically it just slows the heat wants the heat travels through the thickness of your installation. It is there to stay. And it'll take a long time for the heat to diss dissipate at night. When you. Space. You're basically using the installation to battle back and forth to control the temperature inside that space. So a radiant barrier. Does is it actually blocks the heat transfer? So like a foil type barrier that has a ninety five percent. Or a ninety five EMA sivy rating. It's only allowing five percent of the heat to transfer through. Okay. And so when you're dealing with spaces that are on air conditioned. It's like being under a shade tree all the time. And so it it it gives you much better temperature control in spaces that are not going to be heated and cooled. That's recent garages. Typically don't have insulation. Okay. Now one section of this thirty five thirty area high plan on I plan on. Separating off and closing for a shop. Well, put. Keeton air conditioning. And then in that area. I would definitely use insulation. You can use either fiberglass or spray foam as long as part of it is. Fiberglass. And typically what I tell people is use fiberglass in the I'm sorry. Spray foam in the walls. Because usually the walls are thinner. And it'll give you a higher R value than fiberglass does. And then in the attic space, I use fiberglass because I got more space for the installation to get the R value that I want, okay. All right. Very good. I guess that takes care of it. Okay. Very much. I appreciate you holding Judy. All right. Bye. Bye. Bye. And I'm going to take a quick break. And then we'll be back with more, Texas home proven. Seven one three two one two five eight seven four when we come back. Jacob you'll be first Steven B right after that. Let's talk about guardian roof systems though, because if you're looking for a roofing contractor, you've got to have one who knows what the heck they're doing and that's guardian roof system. Steve guys are experts when it comes to roofing, and like we were talking on windows a little earlier. The windstorm certifications are so critical on your roofs in order to. Maintain your insurance coverage if you're in the windstorm area along the coast, that's one of the things I love about guardian roof systems as they understand all this stuff. But on top of that, these guys are just playing experts on the installation of roofing materials, I've had them do several places for me. And I am impressed every single time. Call guardian roof systems at eight seven seven six three seven forty three eighty that's eight seven seven six three seven forty three eighty for guardian roof systems. Iheartradio has.