35 Burst results for "Ninety Nine Percents"

Official: More than 90% of fed workers got shots by deadline

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

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

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The Exaggeration of the COVID Death Rate

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:46 min | 8 months ago

The Exaggeration of the COVID Death Rate

"There are two ways of figuring out the death rate of covert the death rate among people who get covert and the death rate among the whole population. They're both important. Especially if you have covert you wanna know how lethal it is but what really matters is the death rate in the percentage of the population if there is a disease that has a ninety nine percent mortality rate. Right you're a one percent chance of surviving. Certain terrible cancer. Let say but only a hundred or five hundred. Americans get it a year than the fact that it is ninety nine percent. Fatal is not that relevant unless you get it which is extremely rare out. That's clear there were two rates of mortality in the population as a whole and among those who get the disease so six hundred fifty thousand surrounded rounded out out of three hundred thirty million people. You've you calculated that it's that's point. Oh that's pretty small even if it's point zero two and you did it wrong. It's it's it's incredibly small which we have destroyed liberty in many western countries over an infinite testimony. Small number a small percentage of people

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The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

The Bizarre, Incoherent Contradiction of 'the Pandemic of the Unvaccinated'

"A dawned on me as john. Edwards wrote this terrific piece in the new york post about the incoherent bizarre contradiction. You do realize that the whole point in calling this the pandemic of the unvaccinated the whole point insane we've gotta protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated. The whole point of the poor little old lady shrieking at me in the elevator the other day because she's got her mask on and i don't and she's vaccinated is that they don't believe in the effectiveness of the vaccine. That's the dirty little secret. They don't believe the vaccine works. And frankly with all the cases rising. I can understand people thinking that now. What we got to remember is if you're vaccinated. You're not likely to wind up in the hospital. If you get covert and you're vaccinated. That's the point of the vaccine was to prevent severe illness and death. And if you accept the ninety nine percent number. The people of the people dying from kobe today. Ninety nine percent of them are unvaccinated. You may not accept that number and that's okay you get to accept you can reject accept whatever you want to accept if you agree that most people who are dying of cogan are unvaccinated than that should give you some comfort in believing that the vaccine works but not joe biden as john says. How do you start out. Saying i'm going to protect the vaccinated from the unvaccinated but don't worry fully vaccinated. People are incredibly low risk. This is a cluster. This is a disgrace.

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Do Christians Want to Stay in Their Ancestral Homelands or Escape to Safety?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:32 min | 9 months ago

Do Christians Want to Stay in Their Ancestral Homelands or Escape to Safety?

"It's a tough question. And of course taught to generalize but from the people you've met the families your helping and you're trying to feed the christian communities want to escape to safety or do they want to stay in their ancestral homelands. What what's what's the overall sentiment of the christians who've lived there sometimes for two thousand is ninety nine percent of the people that i speak to at least are all wanna stay. They don't wanna leave because they don't want to go to a foreign country and start a new language and everything. I rescued an older couple Husband was eighty seven years old. The wife was is eighty. Four years old and i was asking them. I said you know we're gonna we're gonna. We're gonna move you to australia. They had nothing. I pull them out of a really dangerous place and husk assyria. And i and i said how do you feel about that. And the husband looked at me and with tears in his eyes he looked. I mean he said. Do i have choice. If i had a choice i would prefer to die where i was born. This is where this is where i raised my family. Why do i want to go to another foreign country and at my age tried to learn a new language. It's it's very difficult for me. He said i. I would give anything to stay here But i also am very grateful that at least i could live another day to see my my my grandkids Lou survive and live so many of them want to stay and the churches oftentimes the leaders of the church's bag. They say please please. Please don't take anymore christians in the middle east. Don't move them to other countries. We cannot afford to lose more people and you know i said okay. Fine you know. Find me a place where i can bring them and keep them safe. Because it's it's not. It's not easy when you're in the middle of this. Big ju political fight i mean right now. You know syria. I'll use syria as an example. It's it's a testing ground for for the russians. The try out their new weapons. Trial all this stuff. There's a lot of electronic warfare going on between the united states and the russians on the eastern side of syria. You've got the turks in there you've got you know. Think of every alphabet soup of radical group leadership has been shopping. I mean i can go on and on and the christians are in the middle of all of this You know and they get persecuted so we only hear about the cds and the kurds but we never hear about the

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How to Avoid Confrontation & Resolve Conflict Like a Pro

Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment

02:00 min | 9 months ago

How to Avoid Confrontation & Resolve Conflict Like a Pro

"Were talking about conflict confrontation fighting. Whatever you wanna call it. And the first thing i want to say is i'm not a fan of any of those words. All super negative energy negative connotation in just using those words makes you want to avoid it at all costs. And here's the deal. Ninety nine percent of people are afraid of conflict. It's a people pleasing behavior and a lot of us with addiction. Kim relate to that. It's codependent people pleasing. It's a habit especially when you're still drinking or you're really early in recovery. We still have a lot of those behaviors. It's usually a product of coming from a home. That was either super dismissive or hypercritical. When you attempt to have a conversation about something it was met with one of those things you were either blown off and kind of ignored like you weren't important. Just dismissed were. You were criticized for whatever your conversation was and when you get either one of those responses your natural inclination will be to shut down and avoid going into quote unquote confrontation again. You want to avoid it. I want you to start reframing this i work on this a lot with my clients. It's not confrontation. It's conversation just because you need to talk about something uncomfortable. Or serious doesn't mean. It has to be confrontational. It can be very quiet and calm and respectful. Even if you don't get your way one of the problems. Here's our reactions. You get caught up in your emotions in you. Respond to things based on feelings instead of truly exploring what's going on or what's being said and listening.

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Californians endure intense weekend of wildfire fears

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Californians endure intense weekend of wildfire fears

"The Dixie bar which started on July fourteenth has now grown to become the largest single wildfire in California history the blaze was twenty one percent contained Sunday morning according to cal fire and had grown to more than four hundred and sixty three thousand acres Dixie fire public information officer Ryan Bain says they're playing catch up and it's very hard to get out in front of the fire because it's fueled by strong winds and bone dry vegetation you older ninety nine percent receptive in the afternoon that means out of out of a hundred hundred embers that are cast up into the air ninety nine out of a hundred of them all will likely Starfire the Dixie fire has destroyed at least five hundred and eighty nine structures damaged another thirty eight and forced tens of thousands of evacuations since it began according to officials I'm Julie Walker

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Unvaccinated Americans Are Behind Rising Covid-19 Hospitalizations and Deaths

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:29 min | 10 months ago

Unvaccinated Americans Are Behind Rising Covid-19 Hospitalizations and Deaths

"Is a fact day that the ninety between ninety seven and ninety nine percent of people who are in the hospital or dina cogan are unvaccinated. Now you can start to pars that and you could say well. It goes back to january. I'm just talking about right now. And i have my team and i researched this all weekend long. I wanted to make sure that number is correct and it is so you have to make your decision. Based on that knowledge. That's all we can do. Laura trump is right. The cdc has been so inconsistent in its messaging and so contradictory and show many flip-flops. But this is a number that i'm not confident about a lot of numbers by the way i'm not but i'm not going to start getting into a back. And forth about the fact that the almost entire percentage of people who are hospitalized and dying of kogi are unvaccinated. Now you know me. I'm not trying to browbeat you. I'm not trying to force you put into your body. The you don't wanna put in so i but i do believe in data that we that is verifiable that will lead you to make an informed decision. Please don't muddy the water and pretend muddy waters and pretend that that number is true because it

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99% of New U.S. COVID Hospitalizations Occurring Among the Unvaccinated

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:50 sec | 10 months ago

99% of New U.S. COVID Hospitalizations Occurring Among the Unvaccinated

"About ninety nine percent of people who are in the hospital or dying from cogut didn't get vaccinated now you you can take that data and do with it. What you will one path would be listen. This delta variant is serious it's bad and if being unvaccinated puts me at a bigger risk of dying. I'm going to get the vaccine. i'm gonna. I'm gonna get off the fence and get the vaccine or you could reject that data you could maybe disbelieve it. Even though i think it is accurate. And i've done a bunch of research over the weekend to make sure it is and still say i'm gonna take my chances because that's life you get to take chances.

The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

TED Talks Daily

01:59 min | 10 months ago

The Informal Settlements Reshaping the World

"When i was six years old growing up in columbia. I made one of the most baffled decisions of my life. I asked my mother to change me in the school to this cool words. She was teaching my surprise. She say yes so. I switched from my reach private catholic school to a public school where ninety nine percent of the students leaving condition of extreme poverty. Only meal some of my friends ate today was the one that was given a school. My friends and i live close to each other worlds apart. I live in a neighborhood with a museum a library parks and they live in a neighborhood. We lack of the most basic necessities. So just whatever. Water tweeted more importantly leaving a place surrounded by danger from guns two landslides. There's still funny was not unique up. In the mountains and dean informal settlements thousands of families were having the same problems that my friends under families fearing that the police or the rains will take their homes away. I learned so much from my friends. With what continue to surprise me. The most is there. Asean and optimism in the face of adversity. Growing up with people that i care. He's with had lived me to this informal settlements. I teach now at the university of colorado boulder in the province of environmental design. I still waiting for moments. Because even if they're invisible to most of us. Dave represents one of humanity's biggest challenges and yet they provide great insight. Yuko cd's develop and innovate.

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How to Avoid Making a Gigantic Mistake When Buying or Selling Sponsorships

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:34 min | 10 months ago

How to Avoid Making a Gigantic Mistake When Buying or Selling Sponsorships

"Are brands really looking for. When they purchase sponsorships well. I think you're actually an excellent example of what brands are looking for. And that's something that feels natural where the audience actually cares about that product and you've managed to endorse that brand or that product to your audience and show them how you're using it yourself or why such a great product and they should get behind it if it doesn't feel natural if it doesn't feel like the creator is genuinely behind the brand. It's going to be disaster. And it's really difficult to fake that i do that. Warren buffett quote that it takes twenty years to build trust and five minutes to destroy it so fire nation. When you're running your business. You want to make sure that you know you like in you. Trust the product the service whatever. The company is behind those that you are promoting to your audience because your audience a bad taste in their mouth like literally. It's a food product or figuratively. If it's like a software or service they may never trust you again no matter how much value giving them over the years because sometimes just take once so be very cognizant of that so let's get into like the specific details of what their definition of success means like what keeps these brands coming back for more were they looking for for quote unquote. Success will look ninety nine percent of the brands. That are buying sponsorships today. Have some sort of performance metrics that they care about their looking for conversions whether that's sales of their product sign ups to their website downloads of their app. Registrations leads to have some sort of conversion that they're looking for and they have a price that they're they're willing to pay for that conversion happen and i think that a lot of times i felt this a lot myself as a crater is. Sometimes we get kind of we. We think that our content is the most special thing in the world. There's nothing like it. A brand has to pay top dollar no matter what to be inside of my my content and it's definitely true that that you bring something really special to your audience and you build up an audience that is loyal to you and trust you but i think we also have to realize that the end of the day that brand is going to have some kind of ceiling of what they can pay you which is going to be calculated down to some sort of performance metric so the best thing at creator can do is have that conversation with the brand beforehand and and really set expectations of what the brand is looking for. And what's they believe they can

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2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz

Behind the Bets

02:23 min | 10 months ago

2021 NBA Draft Preview With Mike Schmitz

"Really wanted to get answer is nice enough to fit us in mike schmitz who does nba draft analysis for us. Here at espn mike. Thanks for taking the time man. I know you're super busy. Yeah no problem. I actually in on my way to new york here for the draft so We're we're getting closer all right. Yeah no kidding. Perfect timing so we got you in route just in the next couple of days. I mean obviously every year is different. But how how much you think things will change in the first round between now and the actual draft. Yeah i think that teams for the most part you know. I've kind of their big boards set to some degree. But you know the biggest thing. I think that can change things as traits honestly And you know that's where from a betting perspective you know you're you're locked in on you know your your lock the draft or whatever it is your can't miss batman some team moves into the top ten and you know That kind of throws everything a for loop. So that's that's the only thing. I think That can really change things but you know other than that. I have a pretty good sense that you know the way we see things in the top ten or so Feels solid but again. It's it's always fluid. We've got more than forty eight hours to go here. Great so let's talk about just the first pick because you know the the betting odds are we saw a trevor lawrence at the jets. Pretty pretty extreme. But you know the pistons is whether it be doing their due diligence or whatnot. They've tried out a bunch of guys. How solid we with cunningham because there are reports of trade at least interest from other teams now not necessarily detroit but teams wanting to go up. Yeah i think pretty solid you know. I i think vegas has this one right You know i think cunningham will ultimately be the guy and you know even if it is like you know. Say detroit in this. I better say detroit. Is you know more interested in having moberly or jalen green and they wanna swap with houston houston to cunningham at number one i think ultimately cunningham is gonna go number one regardless. I feel like ninety nine percent. Pretty confident about that I think the league feels the same way but you know detroit doing their due diligence. I don't think it's more than that. We saw that basically a few

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‘It’s Not the Government’s Job To Protect Anyone’

Late Night with Seth Meyers Podcast

00:56 sec | 11 months ago

‘It’s Not the Government’s Job To Protect Anyone’

"Morning. Steve doocy strongly earned viewers get vaccinated. Brian kilmeade insisted. It's not the government's job to protect people who listen if you didn't get a backsaw nation. That's your choice if you did like i did. And and they did. And maybe you did then. You should not wear a mask and if you didn't if you wanna go cliff diving squeak you don't have to check with me. It seems a little dangerous. But i'm not going to judge you and if you go ahead and put yourself in danger if you feel as though this is not something for you. Don't do it but don't affect my life. Maybe ninety nine percent of the people who are dying from. Kobe are unvaccinated choice. They don't want to die so they are. The administration and the government is saying we need the mass mandate to protect the ambassador and that that is not. That's not their job. It's not their job to protect any bottle. Yeah if the government was supposed to protect you have an apartment for like the department of defense or

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How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

Anxiety Slayer

03:29 min | 11 months ago

How Anxiety Affects Our Body and Minds With Dr. Dain Heer

"Most of our listeners. Reach out to a nanga. And i i would say almost every day worried about the sensations that they're feeling in their bodies when they start to get anxious or when they feel an anxiety attack coming on or maybe they just have a sour stomach or heart palpitations nausea and the list goes on and on but it is the number one concern that we hear from our listeners. That what what do i do in it sends them to the er and causes all of this health. Things id and so. As i was reading the book reading body whispering. I was like oh. Who does this belong to is probably a place i want to start with with damon. Talk but certainly take us where you wanna go well. It's an interesting time. We're living in as we all know. and what i found about those who experiencing dieting is the huge majority of them meaning over ninety percent. Okay probably over ninety nine percent somewhere in the ninety nine percent range Tend to be highly sensitive highly aware individuals who have never been given a reference point for that much awareness. Nobody's ever told them and you know and they're the ones that are that are these oftentimes these sweet creatures or at least. They started like as as he's really sweet creatures who just wanted everybody to build better wanted everybody to be healed and such a high level of emotional sensitivity that the it seems like an overwhelming to be aware and nobody else is talking about it from this place that it's actually an awareness. Awareness is actually a capacity and so if we just turn the turn the spotlight here in the lighthouse just a little bit well that also applies to our bodies and we have a lot of people having a lot of stuff going on with their bodies right now and and it's an interesting thing because a lot of it seems a lot of it is. There's a lot of fear which is one of the things that if you if you take. Fear fear crazing dieting. But if you take that in amp up a stepper tour ten then becomes bordering on paranoia. Which is a high state of anxiety. And what that. That's one of the things if you look at what that does to our bodies physiologically or me etc. I'm dr at many. Other people discussing those aspects of it. So i won't. I'll just acknowledge that it's there what that then creates is. Is this sort of ramping up. Because anytime like if you think about it this way if you've got one of those degree wake up in a great mood. Everything is working. everything looks beautiful and everything looks possible. And you're like wow. This is so cool but if you wake up one of those mornings where you got the snooze alarm twenty seven times you don't want to get out of bed got massive anxiety. Everything seemed grew that lens. And so there's probably many but at least two conversations going on right here. One is that people's level of sensitivity is not just mental physical.

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WNBA Says 99% of Its Players Are Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

Jalen and Jacoby

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

WNBA Says 99% of Its Players Are Fully Vaccinated Against COVID-19

"I felt during the time. There's a pause in sports. The most influential voices and solidarity amongst a union of individuals in sports happened in the wnba. And i wanna make sure. I shot out that league. Here's what is the only one that has announced that each of his coaches in each of his players have been vaccinated. They said ninety nine percent is one hundred ninety. Nine percent of their participants have been vaccinated. That's extremely impressive.

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First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

NBC Nightly News

02:00 min | 11 months ago

First Post-Pandemic Cruise Ship Sets Sail From Fort Lauderdale

"In fort lauderdale the first major cruise ship set sail from a us port. Since the pandemic paralyze the industry more than a year ago are kerry. Sanders is on board the celebrity edge off and sailing tonight for the first time in fifteen months paying passengers on a cruise ship departing from a us. Poor phil so bed to be on a cruise ship again. We have been waiting for this day. Were avid cruisers. The multi billion dollar cruise ship industry with a lot riding on this first cruise because of the pandemic the celebrities ship edge that departed from fort lauderdale. Today is socially distancing passengers the ship at only forty percent capacity ninety nine percent of the passengers and crew on board are fully vaccinated against coup-bid. Would you be on. This cruise of passengers weren't vaccinated. That's have fun on earth. I have to say no to your crew. Welcome back someday is here. Last march as the pandemic spread and doctors had to understand corona virus cruise ships were turned away from ports around the world including here in the us when passengers were finally allowed to get off they were met with teams in has met suits. The centers for disease control shutdown. The cruise ship industry one challenge still in the courts. Florida's governor established a law that prevents any business including cruise ships from demanding customers. Show a vaccine passport. We are back at sea. We are back what's at stake not only for your cruise line but the industry. Well obviously we have to bring ourselves back in a safe careful way and i think we are trying to demonstrate that you are safer cruise ship. Then you are walking down main street. Usa if anybody on board words test positive for corona virus. This ship has an expanded infirmary with two doctors and eleven nurses just in case

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

The Mighty Oaks Podcast

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on The Mighty Oaks Podcast

"You even in a culture that rejects ninety nine percent of what we've just talked about the last hour for me. That is such a clarifying truth to figure all this stuff out right. I simply have to know that. God has got an. I'm not right and then have to do what he told me to do. It in. it's really simple but you don't even have to guys who you like. What said well trust him and duga right in and there's nothing easy about not easy but but meaning there's hope in that because the hope is no longer and meet wrote. I don't have to trust in right or another right or an other into jif. Individual or government or a paycheck or a bank account. Or how many guns do i have. And how much ammo. Or you know what i'm saying. Yes it's like. I was wondering villas from montana somehow every single conversation. Well you will the point victory. Why bring that up is you can't find any animal rights. Fear god he commandments. He's gotta were not. Let's do what he says. And when we made that the standard airlines doesn't mean.

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Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Skipping The Line and Monetizing Your Interests with James Altucher

"Skip the line is about how do you be not the best in the world at something but okay maybe in the top one percent which is a very much larger group than being the best at something and then how do you also monetize. Whatever it is. You're interested in if you're interested in gardening. How do you monetize if you're interested in making in sports. How do you monetize that. If you if you're interested in comedy podcasting or writing or or finance how do you monetize it. It's not so easy. And so. I wanted to write a book that covered both lanes as opposed to one or the other one hundred percent. James listen oftentimes fire nation. The gatekeepers to there are the ones that are kind of pooh-poohing being like. Oh you can't do that like no. There's a process. You have to go through like no you just got to get into the back of the line and i heard that over and over again when i was deciding to start my first daily podcast interview entrepreneurs and these were from the gatekeepers from cliff. Ravens craft the podcast mastermind. This even from our our dear friend. Jimmy who was my one on one mentor. Guess what they wanted the best for me and they gave me ninety nine percent. Brilliant advice that. I did follow but they were both adamant the john. You cannot do a daily podcast interview entrepreneurs you will fail just what everybody else is doing it in the back of the line. Do a once a week show. That's what everybody does. We need to do as well. So get in the back of the line in just put it in your raps and overtime. Hey maybe it's going to happen. But i said to myself. Does anybody get good at something doing it once a week or four times a month like i gonna put in the wraps. I'm a bad interviewer. A bad podcast host right now. I've never done it before. Let me put in those wraps. And i had the passion i combined. It was skills over time. Because i was doing every single day. Which is james said. Gave me the potential to make some money the potential for that monetization.

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How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

Side Hustle School

02:26 min | 1 year ago

How do Income-Share Agreements Work?

"So income share agreements. Let's break down. One of the first and most well known. Examples is lambeth school. Which is a programming school. I coating school. And you don't pay tuition until you're earning fifty thousand dollars a year the way it works. If you go to lambeth school dot com you can learn more you agree to pay seventeen percent of your post lamba school salary for twenty four months. But only after you're making fifty thousand dollars a year at least and they have a cap at thirty thousand dollars so basically you never pay more than thirty thousand dollars tuition and if you don't get hired and you never pay so isn't that pretty cool like they also have options to just pay tuition up front if you're able and that's what you prefer But to me the groundbreaking thing is this income share agreement because it's allowed a lot of people from poorer countries or from a disadvantaged background to really get a world class education and then a high paying job so there are a few other schools that are offering similar programs. I just did some brief research university of utah's doing it. Purdue university But in the world of entrepreneurship to focus our discussion here most iras are from startup. incubators one of the big ones that you may have heard of. It's called y combinator and their jail is first of all very selective so you can't just apply and get in like a lot of people who apply. Don't get in but if you are accepted there deal is they will invest one hundred and twenty five thousand dollars in return for seven percent of your company. Okay and that would be great if you qualify. First of all i said and also if you need more than one hundred thousand dollars in start-up capital so there is a world in which that is the case for lots of different businesses but here on site us'll school ninety nine percents of stories that feature. You don't need anywhere near that much money. Our whole point is to do this frugal to do this on a budget. To use the resources you have instead of just trying to find somebody to invest money so the reason i essays exist which as i said overall i think they're awesome but the reason they exist is because of expensive tuition or start up costs for some businesses. You were attending college. That was affordable for your budget. Then you wouldn't need the and so two. Is it for the side. Hustle model like total startup costs five hundred dollars. Let's say which we've had hundreds of stories that fit in that category then. An essay wouldn't really be worth for either party like you don't need somebody to own. X. percentage of your company in exchange for that five hundred dollars. You should just find a way to get the five hundred dollars or less on your own so that you don't have to give up any equity in your company.

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Biden Marks Vaccine Progress, Thanks Troops Ahead of Holiday

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Marks Vaccine Progress, Thanks Troops Ahead of Holiday

"President Biden has kicked off a Memorial Day weekend by marking the nation's vaccination progress band thanking its troops in Virginia which today lifted many covert nineteen restrictions the president Marc summers unofficial start by saying more vaccinations mean more freedom to go to baseball games the beach whatever makes people happy right just saving lives we're getting our lives back later at a military base you are the backbone of the country the president thanked troops thank you for your service thank you for who you are saying they're the one percent of the population defending ninety nine percent of the rest of us Sager made Ghani Washington

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

04:12 min | 1 year ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"Studies is we have to cite people take into the and people that malcolm people at the we have to bring them in as legitimate sources of nuggets remember. We haven't been in universities like it's kind of recent that was lots of universities which install most of our knowledge science university in actually what makes it banks Somebody's you could. Argue is actually beta because it so so we have to be decide decide widely yen. I feel like allow Places don't wanna do that but talk about How i never thought about it too. You said it but it's true kind of idea that you know greco roman civilization happened. Which itself is kind of a weird flattening. Because they were they. Themselves are very far apart. Then nothing happened. There was a dark ages. Then there was an enlightenment you know. And that was that was it. And and i even like like leftists and radicals a lot of times believe in these same types of Midst of white enlightenment as the be all end all of of rationality and and and grape thought and at that was after that was pretty interesting. Think about monks isn't alignment meal which forget monks. The monks radically lots of ways. But he's in alignment thinker agrees in the same basic premises agrees and capitalism necessary Bree agree so and this is dean So we should really be surprised that Pre basically what is premacy biggest problem with bugs right. Senate robinson says he imagines the white working glasses aero history and writes a whole fearing to preview. Right so wanna include box alignment that makes about since and the modern leftist have not let this go like this kind of had. This idea of almost misiani idea of like the white is going to bring everyone else. all the other Non working populations along along behind them when really and you bring this up in the book it's the non white people and not even like workers but like peasants farmers who have done have done more to act on Socialism the white workers ever have the. I mean that's the key he's of a robinson's plant. Marxist of what you actually want to find examples of these revolutions you look in underdeveloped world really any on any of the of the white workers rights irony of the whole thing. But you're still look at the what the left here. Why not say they still have this. Messianic guardian favorite has spoke about tobacco interviews. He's like occupied occupies a perfect. Exactly where there's just a lack of lack of understanding your check your privilege beside needed it. There's a one percent a ninety nine percent and anybody in the west..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The products that they were looking at checking out and purchasing are ninety nine percent going to be authentic right what it is when you start moving into that ever expanding world of E. commerce where you're not looking at the product the pictures look great online but is it legitimate and you have to start by looking at what the online vehicle is and and probably first and foremost that would be something like an Amazon right and he's you need to start to investigate the cellar where you're purchasing it from looking at the reviews and looking at where the goods are coming from is that Amazon prime or is it coming from and you can see this on on these pages is it coming from China which is probably not going to be an authentic I yeah you can tell because there's a lot of misspellings you know in their summary of the product I found a pretty disconcerting to hear recent story that they're a fake eye phones out there that look and cost as much as a regular iPhone yeah I would think counterfeit is going to be a whole lot cheaper and that would be one red flag well that was the initial vehicle to get attention for their items where the counterfeiters would put the item out in the market places at a deep discount but because that has become the number one red flag Hey if that place is too good to be true it's too good to be true and that item is most likely not authentic so what the new game is for the counterfeiter is to place the product price a couple percentage points lower than the normal retail price and that's how it looks more authentic more legitimate more realistic as opposed to having that huge discount are we getting better at reading what town or city is in at the same time because I'm curious about the numbers and secondly is this like always where you have the better mousetrap but then there's the better mouse counterfeiters are just much more sophisticated now too well the technology is really enabling the counterfeiter on a number of fronts first and foremost is obviously the ease of implementing an electronics store front on open platforms like Amazon the the second thing is also based on technology which are advanced printing techniques three D. printing laser printing all kinds of different package printing technologies are available to the counterfeiter which make the product even in person look almost identical to a to a legitimate product it's pretty scary stuff for certain for certain products so what would you recommend whether were via shopping at a brick and mortar shopping online what should we be looking for in house we protect ourselves in person if the product should be there then you're probably all right but if you're encountering a high in because medic for example at a discount store at a dollar store that product probably is a legitimate online you really need to look at yes the price point but you need to look at where the seller is shipping from prior reviews is this a brand new store it has a bit how long has it been established for because again these online stores once they're kind of found out to be selling in authentic merchandise they're getting shut down by legal teams by Amazon inspectors itself and they kind of cycle through and create new stores very quickly so look at the heritage of the online sites that you're looking at from Sestak Steve talent thanks so much for the time Steve wonderful to be here yeah make sure the stuff you buy online is the real article and be careful scammers out there is a twenty eight here in colors morning news more news in just a moment.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ninety nine percent APR while supplies last apply so whether from KFI partly cloudy skies throughout the night lows just above fifty sunny skies for your Saturday and a bit warmer mid sixties at the beaches mid seventies inland same on Sunday but cooler Monday right now it's fifty eight marina del Rey fifty seven Hollywood fifty five Irvine fifty six Pasadena we lead local live from the K. if I twenty four hour news room I merry Kate Corsetti saying in good in the crawl into to talk to Ian Punnett call the wildcard line eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight two five five this is coast to coast AM with Ian Punnett so I promised you I'd I'd make good on the reputation of the author the composer of the song green slime terrible Haynes fiction theme which we played last hour and so I did is the same guy who wrote great slime man and then a is also the same guy that wrote that one I got a name a lot of people think that that is Jim cook a Jim Croce song he sang it but even write it which is interesting and in fact it Charles.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Me to go to the laundry list I am I'd rather and and I but I've heard that song but the yeah he's pretty well rounded artist and been around a long time and yes there are a okay it was not in the eighties when he was writing these sets based on for the most part that would be great yes okay well have you ever heard you're too old for something like I mean you're showing your age here that you're not old enough to remember that but if you ever tell me I'm too old to get on the board behind the boat but I refuse to keep enjoying things as long as you can for sure until you break your knees so may be careful there my friend but for our listeners are you ever too old to do a Roth conversion expert it's lot tells Morning Star that it depends on the reasons you're considering that conversion in not doing it for yourself because the cost remember that's a tax cost of converting giving you a life expectancy as you get older say after seventy and a half the benefit you'll reap in your life expectancy won't be worth the up front cost probably but the real benefit if you're doing it as an older person is for the next generation for your children or grandchildren because the power of the Roth IRA can grow over their life expectancy that does make sense but for the specific reasons that ed slott mentioned I get lots of questions about certainly Roth IRA raise but also Roth IRA conversions but most of the questions person revolve around should I personally convert my IRA or a portion of Meyer way irate over to a Roth IRA so that I can get tax free income in the future and kind of to ed's point there once you get to a certain age and also in the moment your transition to retirement it doesn't often make sense it's it does conversions you have to pay tax on its increasing your taxable income every year that you do it it's a process and frankly the whole idea of the IRA is to let the money grow tax deferred until for a lot of people they're going to take requirement distributions from those portfolios okay and that amounts about three point six five percent when you're seven and a half it does go up over time but those little distributions over time often make more sense in doing big lump sum conversions and increasing your tax bracket unless of course what it was talking about which is you're doing it specifically for estate planning purposes which is your question and then you go let it pass to beneficiaries and continue to grow tax free I I that does make sense here's the one thing I know after doing thousands of financial plans Chris and I and I and I've asked the same question over and over again as we're going to financial planning process I will ask individuals and married couples long term what's your plan do you want to make sure that your beneficiaries get as much as possible when you pass away right and when they receive the benefit from the state or would you just like for them to get whatever's left town ninety nine percent of the time people came in they go Hey I raised them I love I provided for they can have what's left I am not making changes in my lifestyle in order to make sure that they have more at a later date again nine nine percent of time and so I I I pretty much know the answer I'm going to get I still ask it because everyone saw as a no no I wanna make sure did I have less so they have more which is not very common in right but can bring your ire into a Roth IRA in order to pass on the beneficiaries for most people that's pretty far down the road that's the type of planning I think that we might look at doing maybe after a few years of somebody being retired and assets are growing we start to realize listen you've got way more than you're gonna be able to spend throughout your retirement let's start taking a look at being more efficient from state planning purposes okay which is a huge part of what we do we do the state planning we do the tax planning and we do the financial planning but but yeah I agree with that they're in it again it all goes in the financial planning process server is a little bit different but if you'd like to come sit down person of listen to us on the radio right now we have an office very close if you call and we'll find the office closest to you we'll schedule appointment for you to come sit down for the analysis of your current portfolio as well as a comprehensive financial plan and we could do all that for you complementary four zero seven two seven zero one thousand four zero seven two seven zero one thousand and you can find out more to by visiting the parting your nest egg dot com queen of soul with her signature song signature song respect now continue talking a bit about this a state conversation because even though Aretha Franklin's a stake was worth tens of millions of dollars she never had a formal will.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"With people and you know I watch China over the last few days and I watched some of these other countries build up build up filled up and we build up more than any of them because of me but no help due to the Democrats are a disaster they had to do nothing Democrats they don't do any work all they want to do is try and win the election in twenty twenty so they come up with this impeachment nonsense and everyone knows the conversation based on one phone call that I had where I'm talking to the president of Ukraine you'll hear from our ambassadors you hear from some of the folks that know all about the call why the call was set up and everything else is perfect the call was perfect in fact Lindsey Graham said I didn't know you could be so nice there was no quid pro quo remember before they said the only reason I put that out and I did it with the approval of Ukraine by the way otherwise I could have done it was because the whistleblower was so dishonest the whistle blowers said terrible things about the call but he didn't fight then found out he was second hand and third hand mother which she didn't know what was on the call now these are bad people these are dishonest people and when the American people find out what happened it's going to be a great day and you know what we have to go back to building our country because ninety nine percent of Nancy Pelosi's time. Spencer that she can't go cut number can. so let me just tell you just to finish Nancy Pelosi and shifty shifty who should resign for it in disgrace by the way and Jerry Nadler in all of them it's a disgrace what's going on and we should be focused on making America great again and keeping America great because that's what we have to do and when I look at that parade with military and millions of people and everything else. smart we better start focusing on the right things because what they did with this nonsense think of it you have a perfect I mean perfect conversation with a president of another country Ukraine in this case. and they try and say all alleged breach of they've been trying to teach me. from the day I got elected I've been going through this for three years they've been trying to teach me from the day I got elected and you know what they failed and this is the easiest one of all because this one is based on one conversation what about Obama's conversation with the president of Russia. where he says Hey Hey tell that at all I'll talk to him after the elections overall talk to nobody reports that. that stuff you should report but you people should be ashamed of yourself we have the most dishonest media that you can imagine and you should be ashamed yourself dishonest media dishonest me I just wish the president would begin referring to Adam Schiff as congressman Cramer can we or the Congress in the middle of this I just want you to get a little bit of Adam Schiff talking to Donald Trump let's play it. right right been reviewing your work quite frankly it stinks..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Insurance and you know his answers you know presidential phone calls are not supposed to be an intelligence concert and the fact that the icy officers transcribe the calls doesn't give the IC IG jurisdiction in any points out that it appears the rules restricting access to knowledge of the sensitive calls was breached and they said the way the complaint the complaint was written suggested the author and a lot of help I get the set I interpreted the same way and it's important he says that Congress find out where the complaint came from and his view is the whistle blower complaint is too convenient to perfect come from a typical whistle blower I agree with that too. and he said so much a grievous violation of trust between the I see in the White House it wouldn't surprise him of the icy offices are barred from all access to the president's phone calls with foreign officials which by the way what foreign officials are going to want to talk to an American president again last word. that's a that's a very good point is this this is another case of part excessive partisanship in the U. S. government that actually damages us overseas our enemies will laugh at us and our allies perhaps question or judgment and that's ultimately the final result of of this Ukraine gate is damage to the credibility of the CIA and damage to the trunk foreign policy overseas which is bad for every American extremely well I said no I mean it's up to Scott you'll linger retired CIA officer thank you you know we give these powerful tools of intelligence we entrust great people with a man and I always make the distinction the ninety nine percent. one percent takes the powerful tools of intelligence and turns it on the American people or into a political weapon against political opponents to advance a political agenda it's a disaster if you could lose your country under those circumstances where then becomes you know we are a lawless society at that point no constitutional protections no Fourth Amendment rights. and then of course we when you don't have equal justice an application of our laws in a dole justice system that's huge hugely problematic as well. Hey listen last week now happening summer inventory clearance from our friends at shout mon the now remember when you order the brand new it's now becoming one of the best sellers ever Genya soul jawline treatment you get classic Genya so which has been their best seller that gets rid of bags and puffiness under eyes you get you get that for free just by ordering the Genya cell jawline treatment Beverly Alabama I love this product SO difference almost immediately recommend it to everyone of.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The chicken soup for the soul offering we're giving you some of the secrets that are in the book on today's show guide you to walk us through the secret so far what else is on the list well let's let's just finish up on the one which cover number five which is the total fees what we're working with is really nice couple from the bay area they called in they listen to us and they said Hey we you know we really want a second opinion we will listen to you guys for a long time we think it's time we know we need help or what about the market we're gonna be retiring here November and we just not we're not sure what to do we get help from one of the big brokerage firms but they're just not sure about things so one of the things we did other than build entire retirement income plan for them was we calculated out their fees we designed a plan for them there are a whole new plan will now have a zero point five eight percent total fee structure which means we're going to reduce the fees on their three point three million by one percent we're gonna reduce their fees by thirty three thousand dollars a year over the next thirty years if they live that long that means you're gonna save nine hundred ninety thousand dollars in fees and that sounds so unrealistic it sounds like you can never happen delivery happens every time we do some type of calculation that we are able to save these this is a lot of these but how many times you run across something like this where we can put in writing and say here so much you can save in fees if you make the right decisions out of the thousands of times that we've done this it probably be a handful of times or we haven't be able to save save them on feet but just very few that means could have a lot of. in cash or not the market right we in ninety nine percent of cases we will say point significant money on fees and when you add that up over a period of ten twenty or thirty years like you just did Dan it's it's it's a huge amount of money and people just don't they don't get it right they don't understand it can Wall Street keep system that consumer blinded by this information well it's what drives Wall Street or the high fees in we show someone literally they can save two hundred fifty thousand five hundred thousand seven hundred eighty thousand even a million dollars in fees their eyes they they almost glazed over and they can't move because they can't almost believe that is a fact the problem is no one's ever given them the fees are paying currently and writing we show them that we give it in writing and then we show them the fees are going to be paying moving Ford right think about how freeing and liberating that is defined they know it and think about it there's only two professions that you really don't know how people are getting compensator how much they get or what your fees are that's when you buy a car and when you do financial such right that's not good that's right and if you go back to the sink when you're talking about if you gonna save them what what was it nine hundred thousand dollars or thirty years we'll look at ten years they're gonna save one third of that three hundred thousand dollars it's like finding you found three hundred thousand dollars on your mattress would that be an awesome feeling well and they got it because they said specifically said what that means is I'm literally going to be able to leave more money to my two sons actually my son and my daughter rather than leave money to my broker by paying too much money. they got it that's right they got it in that is why people I mean they could there's a mass that is put on all of this that our consumers by Wall Street because most sees fees you don't see on your stay but they don't show up the adviser had the ability to check the boxes like seven boxes you can check they may not checking the boxes they may not even show you their fee on your statement but if it's done correctly you should know all the fees every fees not only the visible fees but those invisible fees that your pain you don't see them and that's something we do at our firm if you're interested in us doing if the analysis for your current portfolio all you have to do is to dial pound two fifty on your cell phone say the.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Forgiveness ninety nine percent of the applications. I do you serve nine nine percent your husband really think she's in the one percent. he absolutely does and I know and I think that's what. as I will listen to your show more. I'm not getting confidence in it at all any time the federal government screw something up as bad as they have this program I don't have any confidence in it at all if you want to do it this way you're not going to go broke you're not going to go bankrupt is not gonna be in the world you are going to face an amazing amount of disappointment and you're gonna have to continue to state your got to step up and knocked the student loan out just like you were gonna knock your mortgage out because all you do is flip in these two amounts if you want to go this way you can go this way but I I really you know I really want to set you up so you're not so disappointed I want to lower your expectations. right if you want to go do it go do it but don't go do it like I know I've got this it's a lock when ninety nine percent of the people get turned down there is no such thing as a walk. right so would it be better in that case. to. save that that huge chunk of money that way and the two and a half years you can do that too and apply and then when you get turned on you can just pay it off. well my husband will be listening to this the reason I called yeah they wanted him to hear from you well I mean there's a there's a one percent possibility that he's you know in that one percent and he's an attorney knows how to fill out stuff you know and so he knows how light works but but I mean that's the numbers it's it's actually less than one percent of the applications for student loan forgiveness to the department of education have been accepted it's a ninety nine percent turn down ratio that's a pretty that's not much of a planned you know. right if you got one percent chance for success that that's not really courage shampoo yeah if you want is politics as for two and a half years that's fine and then beyond that go in for pain on your mortgage that's probably what I would do is they're paying off the mortgage yeah let's just keep these baby steps in order news problem up we got two and a half years you're still in that but the money sitting there and then once you give up and say gosh I'm not really in the one percent they're not going to forgive it then there we go right just right check pay it off thanks for the call this is the Dave Ramsey show. what is buying a house was like buying a time share you show up with a herd of other people that also.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"By ninety nine percent that's right ninety nine percent just take kidney **** satisfaction guaranteed or your money back and now you can get fifteen percent off your order plus free shipping just go to my kidney cop dot com that's my kidney cop dot com to get fifteen percent off your order my kidney cop dot com in Massachusetts the lawyers told us that the middle class can protect themselves the very very rich this doesn't affect because they just pay for it and the way they protected is through a trust this is Dan ray with Phil Amaro of the couple of advisory group and we're talking trusts issues protecting your assets when you or a loved one needs elder care but it needs to be done right tailored to your needs and it has to be done five years in advance that's right but a lot of people wait everyone seems to take the opinion that listen I feel really good right now I don't need to do it but the fact of the matter is you have to do this when you feel good because if you don't you stop this when you don't feel well it's too late you can lose what you have you worked hard for all you have it is so easy to protect your family with help from the common wealth advisory group call one eight hundred seven oh five one four one five four you're no stress consultation that's one eight hundred seven oh five one four one five the common wealth advisory group this is something you don't see every day I just watched a video for Mauldin of a father meeting his daughter's date for the first time all through ring video doorbell the dad couldn't be there to give his approval in person so he used the audio and video on his ring video doorbell to scope out the guy and ask a few questions about their date most importantly what time he planned on having her home even ones that gave the okay he can. after watching through the ring video doorbell to make sure the guy was a gentleman and opened the.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Your post is reporting the Jeffrey abstains body has been claimed for the medical examiner's office in New York City buy a mystery associate thing the person who claimed the convicted pedophile aisles body was not identified according to NBC news mystery associate we had a a poll question up overwhelmingly people think the Jeffrey Epstein was murder he didn't commit suicide we had thousands of votes I don't know it's like ninety nine percent I think he was murdered just a few people think he committed suicide the poll question is still up at Mike online dot com if you want to answer the question just simple question do you think Jeffrey Epstein was murdered yes or no and the overwhelming number of respondents voted yes you think he was murdered based on the published reports it's kind of hard two exception was side although there are plenty of people kind of digging in who have seen on TV and heard on their who think he committed suicide let's go to your phone calls talk a little bit of help this bizarre turn of events so Israel says deal hano Mar and retreated to leave we're going to enforce our law and by the way it is a law remember this there is a law that was passed in March of twenty seventeen the entry into Israel law amendment number twenty eight it prohibits the grant of a permit for entry and residents in Israel to anybody who's not an Israeli citizen and has knowingly published a public call to engage in a boycott against the state of Israel or has made a commitment to participate in such a boycott this isn't from small what I want to blame trump Israel is enforcing their own law which they have every right to do let's see if you agree we'll start with Tom Hey Tom how are you Sir I'm all right and just to let you know I'm not the Khan is Stevie California hang in there my friend hang in there come renewal I know it's tough which one is the same one that does that trump was an air mass for and they were going to try and impeach him on that and there is absolutely no reason that that woman should you be allowed to go anywhere and others still silly why why is it like a congressional delegation for those two people to go over there and we still sends Mike it's just beyond ridiculous well and the fact that Israel is defending Israel is something they've done forever it's why so many of us stand with Israel it's Y. incidently I want to invite you to make a donation today to my food for the poor campaign in honor of Israel if we have a big blow out day because you stand with Israel can you stand with the humanitarian efforts of the state of Israel they do a lot of humanitarian stuff as the people who are coming with us to our trip this December are going to find out I invite you to go right now to our food for the poor campaign yesterday we had a big successful two hundred dollar Thursday let's have a two hundred dollar Friday two hundred dollars will serve five thousand meals to the poorest of the poor all over the world food to the poor is a Christian ministry a Christian relief organization that I love partnering with and I am so grateful for those of you who supported us yesterday and all through the month of August today's my last day before I take a few days for summer vacation the great sham alone the great Dan properly filling in for me next week let me go on vacation with a big smile on my face let's have a big day if you love Israel if you love what we do here on the Mike Gallagher show if you want to support this Christian ministry food for the poor and help feed the the neediest in the hungry as to the hungry.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Was this wrong? Ninety nine. Ninety nine percent. Respecting the rights. For. Ninety nine percent or. Ninety nine percent or now he kind of went from ninety to ninety nine real quick. But he's a ninety nine percent or the green new deal. So cutting military spending in half. Military spending in half immediately. Halting all investment in fossil fuels, including natural gas and related infrastructure. He's he's down with all that you have to assume. So if sports ninety nine percent of what's that one percent? He doesn't support. Wow. So how's that gonna fly? How's it gonna fly? When we know he's not going to be president or vice president. How's it gonna fly? When he runs for Senate in Colorado. We did talk about how he controlled methane in Colorado. He wants to do that for the entire nation. Gotta hear that in here. But. Young. Title. I five. I wasn't. Yeah..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on With Friends Like These

With Friends Like These

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on With Friends Like These

"And and got a check for it. And and all around me were were by and large ninety nine percent, white people who were breaking their bodies in a in an industry and a system that was underpaying them, and they scraped by meanwhile, and so the idea of white privilege when one is living that life can be hard to see that said, if you take a larger view, and you ask how we ever came to be on that. Land at some point over a century ago. My ancestors from from Europe were were handed that land by federal government that had systematically wiped out indigenous cultures and peoples for economic reasons, meanwhile, freed slaves didn't weren't so lucky as to be handed a piece of land, even though they might have been promised it. So so so the privileges in my life story in ways that were hard to experience close up in. And so somehow the the the factions that that these people put these pieces into place were always leveraging both race and class to their own benefit. Swee manage to talk about race in class without bringing up the t word, but I'm going to do that. I think after we take a break real quick. We right. Hiring can be pretty time consuming. You post a job to several online job boards, only, tons of the wrong resumes. Then you have to sort through all those resumes, just to find a few people with the right skills and experience those job sites that overwhelm me with the wrong resumes..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"This is ninety nine percent invisible. I'm Roman Mars. Back in the nineteen eighty s q key Skinner was a reporter with the newspaper called the Zona Republic. He covered the drug trade and the border, and it's been a lot of time in different parts of Mexico. But he was getting tired of traveling and of being a stranger in every place. He went he wanted to actually settle down in Mexico and to make a life. That's when I thought about well, I I'd like to be part of a community and Mexico. If I lived here in new going on here, I could buy some pretty good stories so cute moved to Agua Prieta a town right on the border where he done some reporting before I'll go Prieta is just across the line from Douglas, Arizona. The two cities are contiguous one urban area that spans the border divided by towering rust colored metal wall a steep concrete. Ditch a line of concertina wire and a mesh fence and Chiaki did what he'd set out to do. He settled down and made a life their own Delaney hall. He built a house married. A Mexican woman continued mastering the slingy Spanish of northern Mexico and ended up having five kids. I would Prieta became his home. And the thing I liked about. I will put it to it wasn't tourism oriented at all it was very Mexican community. And I was very intrigued by the tone for that reason Kyonggi ended up scaling back his full-time reporting job. So he could open a smoothie shop and juice bar. What better way to get to know this city than to have a business here where people will come in and hang out and talk he could listen and observe and probably pick up a few good ideas for the occasional freelance story that came as way he named his smoothie shop L Mito Tei. Listen in Spanish, it means a like a gossip spot or there's a a ruckus going on for example of sirens. Going down the street. Everybody kinda runs out to see where the where the cop cars are going. And that's like, well, where's the middle? You know, what's going on? It's a hubbub type thing Chiaki pick the name because. On occasion, he'd been accused of being a meat of dead. All meaning a nosy person. Someone who prize he wasn't working as a full-time journalist anymore. But that didn't mean he wasn't a reporter at heart. He loved collecting bits and pieces of information and asking questions figuring out what was really going on. And so that's how I got the name for my business, and stuck it stuck in fact to this day, many years later, I'll run into people like at a gas station, and they'll see me, and they'll yell at me in Spanish thorough, which means blonde gossiper. They don't know my name. But they know I had thought it's kind of perfect though, because it's also where you first started to see evidence of this big conspiracy. That was going on. There was things going on there that wasn't hard to start picking up stuff. So if that would eventually lead jokey to one of the biggest and strangest stories he'd ever cover in other news today, something that one customs agents, call something out of JAMES BOND. The story involved the cocaine trade only last week another six hundred pounds of cocaine were found concealed the truck. El Chapo guthman. He has been the most wanted man in Mexico, marijuana cocaine heroin and murder are all part of his business and an incredible feat of engineering architecture that would change the drug trade forever..

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And. And I was ninety nine percent into sleep. And the sunset and as soon as the sun set. I heard something walking. So loud. And after took four steps I was in my car speeding away. I left my my pants. My wallet there. No, you just took koffler. Oh, I took off. I had no idea that I could be that fast. But. No. This thing. Here's what I'm going to say. No, my words are going to be proven. It was thirty four stories high at least the creature. Yup. Now waiting to hear this this member. You talked about girls feet found washing ashore in Washington state. Yes in Vancouver. And then. Yup. And they find a pink sock, and they know it was a girl's foot, right, right? Okay. Now. This being grabbed the these girls the reason why it was able to catch these girls because the girls were in shock when they heard the being come upon them, and it grabbed their foot, and it was going back underneath the earth in a big opening that's covered with brush, lots of brush and woods and trees, they were screaming there there might their heads off. And the the the the being. Bit. The swallow them back underneath the earth. And you said it was thirty four stories, but I know it was thirty four stories high equals MC square and that kind of mass shook the earth like like an earthquake. Let's get Michael's take on this. If we can hear Michael what do you think of that? Well, look the the stories of giants. Thank thank you for relying that story sharing that story with us. It's it's we're truly wonderful. And and you're not only one that had had experiences with giants, and and with being in remote places, and this just really points to the fact that the history of our planet is much trying to imagine all the horror movies, and the the mythology that we've been told about is old part of history. It's not imagination. And I guess I've been fortunate enough to stumble upon the motherlode of the the fossils of the giants and beings and creatures from humanoids small to humanoid extremely large up to a mile toll two Pilion canyons, and whatever you can imagine wild O'Hare, right and Rondos as we've just been too blind to see it. What are you talking about? When you talk about the ancients knew about the power of three six nine. What does that mean? Three six nine. That's that's really a very important part of my new research. And and and and discovery and all connected. One of the things I'm really excited about is that the research circles has really been the catalyst to be able to connect all the dots. That includes signed spirituality, consciousness, religion, the nature of reality. And and that's really exciting because three six nine is ultimately the fundamental, the fundamental numbers invo Tex-Mex, and this brings me back to both acknowledge feel technology vortex. When when I say vote act, I mean, ROY field technology, the perfectly balanced magnetic.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Here. They would. The chances are very high that you're gonna have no problem is so high in fact, they actually passed a law guaranteeing. They will get paid when they return, right? So this'll the Bank knows it's not like you've lost your job or you've been laid off. It's the federal government. You know that paycheck is coming the banks. No that paycheck is coming. So I put very little stocking to that other than the human emotional tax that it might take for those people who have to go through that. But you're getting a month's vacation. Let me just put it this. Let me put it this way beside the military and the security things and that's for floods or disasters or anything like that other than that. If Coca-Cola would shut down bottling and shipping for as long as this government has been closed. More people would be upset and more people would say my life is being negatively impact. Yeah. And settle this damn whatever it is. Coca Cola by Coca Cola. What if it was the NFL everything we're doing the playoffs? You remember the strike here back in the eighties. I mean, it was a panicked everybody. So it shows it really goes to show America. How stupid we all are to make everything about politics because they're gone, and it doesn't affect ninety nine percent of us. It just doesn't affect us unless there's a real problem and it's considerably north of ninety nine percent, right. Eight hundred thousand people directly affected it might affect us at the.

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"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 99% Invisible

99% Invisible

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"ninety nine percent" Discussed on 99% Invisible

"This is ninety nine percent invisible. I'm Roman Mars. Eric Molinski has reported a few episodes for us over the years, and he has his own podcast called imaginary world that we featured a couple of times imaginary worlds has a very special place in my heart because it is the podcast. I listened to the most with my boys mass low and Carver because it covers all the scifi and fantasy subjects that they love like DND in doctor who and lopping in a really thoughtful and entertaining way, and like every great show. It's about those things. But it's really about who we are as humans through these worlds that we create and share now earlier this year, imaginary worlds, produced a story about the thing that is most MIR Indira to my boys hearts, and that's the card game magic the gathering. I just called magic a card game. But if you spent any time around someone who loves magic, you know, it is way more than a guard game. It is a way of life. I'm pretty sure it rewired my son's brains. I've wanted to cover magic on ninety nine PI for a while. Now. But Eric did such a great job with it. It made more sense to share his vision and introduce you to another a great podcast that you might not know already. Okay. Enjoy. You're listening to imaginary worlds. A show about how we create them in. Why we suspend her disbelief American linski in this is NAT? Hello. My name is not Neil bail. Nat is teaching me how to play magic the gathering at the Brooklyn strategist, which is the same game shop where he learned to play dungeons and dragons a few years ago, but we're dean D is a role playing game. Magic is very much a card game in by the way. Magic is the shorthand most people call magic gatherings. I'm gonna mostly call it magic. In this episode at the simplest level. There are two basic types of cards, not Jack Williams and spells in some ways. Magic is like any card game you need a combination of luck and skill to win. And it's usually played with just two people. But it is not a generic deck of cards each of the cards has a creature or spell or magical artifact on it that you can use to attack your opponent and some cards repor. The source of your magic, which are lands the moorland cards that you have the more magic you can wheel against the person sitting across from you. And your goal is to knock your opponent from twenty points to zero points down simple..

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