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A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.
"And we want to get into. The details of these products will begin start offering our patients are. We'll talk about extra active polarized i. It was showcased at vision. Expo east and the transitions. New generation lenses were demonstrated at the transition to the studio in jean. What was the driving force behind those two new product introductions for twenty twenty one i would have to say it's definitely innovation. Innovation is it's part of transitions. Dna as you know. We have a team of our d. scientists that are constantly trying to improve our products. Improve the or clarity improve. The outdoor darkness color perception activation invade speed. And it's through this innovation that we've been able to extend the transition's extra active line of lenses with these new launches dot governor. You're there you've got to see this product in person. And i mean what would what happened at the transition. The studio in the transistor's the pulse. We'll let me tell you. When i saw this technology fell out of my chair because i was blown away i mean innovation innovation innovation. When they say that it's in the dna it truly is. I mean we've seen that over the years of prescribing from the chair of educating our patients and the one thing we know that our patients love definitely innovation so to be able to go into the exam room and have this conversation after. I saw this amazing technology by patients. Were just blown away. Just like i was so for me. It was an exciting day. Exciting time and just super exciting technology and innovation in general. I think this phase into mine because there is polarized dishes lennon's that's been available now was ago transitions vantage. It was the first bit acrylic lens to offer variable polarization. How does this new transitions. Extra active colorized blends differ. Well for those transitions vantage fans. Let's start off. What's the same transitions extracted. Polarized lenses are clear with a hint of ten indoors in offer dynamic polarization. Meaning they go from clear to extra dark and polarize when activated and transitions extract. Polarized differ from transitions vantage lenses. In a few ways these are now clear than ever indoors. We've added visible light activation in the car they reach up to ninety percent polarization and they're twice as fast feedback. There's are major. Improvements is huge. I mean that's one thing that we always want to see it better with innovation and technology. Right we have this conversation with our patients A lot of times they think of the old school way of how lenses were and now we have something that we can bring to the tablist going to really Satisfy their thirst when it comes to lens technology. Yes a really patients have everything they loved about vantage in transitions extractive polarized or with sharper vision. Larger field of view and more vivid colors that brings to mind a natural question little transitions. extract polarized. Replace the transitions vantage linda. Lenses yes as we continue to launch roll out the transitions extract of polarized products. We will begin. Phasing out transitions vantage nice. Nice so i want to talk about another polarize option. Because i know that the transitions portfolio is just wide. I mean you have pretty much anything you can think of to accommodate any patient that sitting in front of us. But how does the transition extract of polarized compared to the transitions drive where Because i know that's another option. That's out there as well. So what's the difference in. How do they compare to each of it. Well it can about it. You know we we did. Just talk about the benefits of transitions. Extract polarized lenses and there are a great option. Your primary care because they're clear indoors and at night now. Transitions drive where lenses. they're always polarized. And the photo comex they start off all color and then adapt between three colors specifically designed for different driving scenarios and they adapt to light behind the windshield and outdoors. So you're really getting a length that helps remove glare off the road and hood of your car So it really helps for peach picture. Perfect drive i would say transitions drive. Lenses are a great option as a second pair especially for anybody that spends part of their driving. The driver is almost like a sophisticated son. Last is going to agra. Adjust that it's never gonna be your indoor pair of lenses for that transition extract polarize could take you indoors two outdoors. Yes absolutely. We've seen a lot of questions on social media you know. Color hugely mirrors are hugely. End and transitions has done a great job of answering the call to bring the people what they want so some of the questions. We've been seeing at around. Social posts are are the transitions extract. Polarized lenses gonna be available in other colours. Rick mears
Fuel pumps run dry in British cities, sowing supply chain chaos
"Ninety percent of petrol stations in the uk have run dry d to chronic delivery problems causing an enormous knock-on effect across all factors. The healthcare system appears to be crumbling. A combination of price rises tax increases and benefit cuts will leave the poorest british families. A thousand pounds out of pocket and there seems to be no viable opposition. As the labor party descends into kaethe the. Uk is a mess. Does boris johnson's government have plan. When i'm joined by vincent mcilvanney monocle. Twenty fools political correspondent to investigate that vinnie. Let's start with fuel you've been in yorkshire talking to a haulage company. The root of this problem is the shortage of drivers. Tell us mole. Yeah that's right. Spent yesterday morning with a haulage company. Just outside of said they do haulage right around the uk they have forty two big eighteen wheelers and they deliver all kinds of things and i spoke to a couple of drivers guys who've done this for decades and they said you just cannot get young people into this profession that they don't want that lifestyle anymore. When you climb into one of these trucks that i was in yesterday it has a fridge stocked with food for the week so they can at least try and eat healthily. It has a microwave has a bed and they will drive up and down the country. They will sleep in that cab but the problem is as well on top of that They don't have access to proper facilities because there are currently around fifteen thousand spaces short for them to park at service stations in the uk. Hey so they end up often sleeping slipways on the sides of roads and then they're only facilities for them so it is a very strange lifestyle that some of these guys live and something that younger men More used to being home more used to having a work life balance wanting to see wives in kids. They don't want to do that
A World Cup Every Two Years? Why?
"I know what they think of this next topic. It's about the world cup being played every two years. It's a big fat thumbs down from two dom. Yes why do you send john. I say that. I'm more surprised that people are surprised of fee forgot ninety percent of their income at a world cup while breaking news. They want an extra won't give every second year. I mean this is like your club. Said today depressed compr- this is all about money and this is a powerball bothell a battle and what's also interesting. I've got a lot of power because they have the best national teams except argentina brazil. Then what is interesting. Also the two years ago conmebol like the the president. Domingo said no no no. This is a good idea. Let's let's have welcome every second year now. Three years later he says now they say this is a bad idea. This just show you the power battle. The thing that fever could win this is the old fee for rule is one nation von vote on all small nation. And maybe this is the chance for norway to get into a world cup. But i don't think we will vote for this. We stay with. I think they should keep. We'll capacities every fourth year. I'm so afraid that risking devalued a status of the world cup doing every second meal. I think this is a silly idea. But do i understand that fever. Because they want the money. Show me monay.
The Benefits of a Plant-Based Keto Diet for Cancer
"I wanted to ask you something. Specific about this This plant based kito for cancer. Because i read a very interesting article you had online. And i want you to bring out from that. What is the number one. Food that cancer cells love and that we should avoid. Yeah absolutely well cancer cells. They thrive on sugar. So they are what we call anaerobic and so they don't need the presence of oxygen like he talked about and they break down sugar and they produce a lot of metabolic waste and they literally survive on sugar. And so you know we're going to prevent cancer or we're going to heal cancer. One of the key strategies is reducing significantly reducing the intake of sugar and starch. So now this this brings into an interesting dichotomy here because some people use a vegan diet to overcome cancer and they do but there may be a better way of doing that here. You talk about a plant based diet being different than what someone would call a vegan diet and what plant exclusive diet so so. What's the difference. There so vegan diet is going to be completely devoid of animal products whereas a plan based ketogenic diet. Like what i teach is just. It really means that plants. We're going to be the majority of the diet right. So let's say eighty maybe even ninety percent of the diet plant based utilizing certain animal products that provide high nutrient density and are lower in particularly protein. And we can talk about that as we as we go on. Okay now that may be very interesting to some folks who have adopted a kito die because usually when people say kito. They see the complete absence of carbs and mostly protein and fat. But you're talking about you know a lot of green foods that inherently have a lot of the Have a lot of fiber which you know brings that carbohydrate count down to a low net carbs. Could you explain how that works. Yeah absolutely so when we look at carbs we'd got sugar starch and fibre really the main carbohydrates that we look at now. The ones that we digest and break down into glucose or sugar in our bloodstream or sugar and starch fibers in digestible. By our bodies our gut bacteria will break it down and no produce b vitamins in different nutrients from it but basically fiber is not counted. It's not going to elevate your blood sugar and so you can. Consume high amounts of fiber and fiber has great benefits for helping pull out toxic bile out of our system helping support our microbiome helping detoxify our body so So getting a good amount of fiber when you're when you are when you cancer or when you're trying to prevent cancer is really good strategy and plant foods really provide a great megadose of fiber. We're looking for plant. Foods that are lower in sugar lower in starched we call them. The non starchy
A Quest to Support Women-Led Businesses
"Stacey. You've got a new book out this week. Yes i do. It is called machiavelli for women. I love this item. Thank you. It was very fun to right. It's all about women and work and a lot of it's sort of based on some of the economic data that's kind of frustrated me for a long time. That's right one of the big ones has to do with company leadership. So deary nearly. Eighty percent of ceos are male. Nearly ninety percent are white and these numbers haven't really budged in a decade and it could never understand quite what was going on especially since some of the other numbers in the economy were so promising and exciting. Things just seem stuck in this area. And as i was doing research for my book this article caught my eye. It was written by alana samuels. She is the senior economics correspondent for time magazine and apparently she had been noticing. These numbers as well. I was just feeling very frustrated and thinking. What can i do about this. And the only thing i can think of is to stop giving my money to all these businesses that are run by men and giving them. Instead to businesses run by women alana decided to buy only products from companies that will owned or run by
Arizona Judge Strikes Down Trump-Era Water Regulation
"Federal judge in arizona. Recently struck down trump era water rule which reduced the number of waterways protected under federal regulations and gibson from arizona public media reports the lawsuit against the environmental protection agency was filed by six federally recognized tribes from across the country. Though the biden administration found serious issues with trump's water. It was going to use it until they come up with their own policy since it's been struck down. Protections are back on for ephemeral streams which only flow after rain or snow in arizona. That's over ninety percent of the waterways chairman peter. Upc oh leads. The possibly ocoee tribe in the southern part of the state and this is just one more way of the tries banding together getting the powerful feeling that you can do something about it regardless if it's somebody as high as the president and all that equal pc oh seems hopeful that the ruling will strengthen efforts to protect waters within a proposed coppermine site in southern
Blue Cross Blue Shield Will No Longer Waive All COVID-19 Treatment Costs
"The early months of the pandemic people who were hospitalized for covert nineteen infections and had private insurance could be reasonably sure. They wouldn't end up with crushing medical bills analysis. By the kaiser family foundation were kf f found that in november of last year nearly ninety percent of people with insurance had their co pays co insurance or deductible costs waived if they had been hospitalized for a covert nineteen infection but the times. They are a changing last week. Blue cross blue shield of michigan announced that it will no longer cover all costs related to cova treatment. Starting october first hospitalized patients will be responsible for copays deductibles and co insurance for treatment of the virus. The insurer will still cover. All vaccination costs making them free to members including booster shots. The insurance company is the latest join a growing number of private insurers who were taking similar action now that vaccines are widespread and cova treatment so expensive. Insurers are holding patients responsible for their share of the costs again. Blue cross blue shield research found that the average cost for a hospitalized. Couvert nineteen patient could be as high as forty five thousand dollars. That quickly soared to over one hundred thousand dollars if the patient was in the icu. In a report out this month. Kf analyzed the two largest health plans in each state and washington dc which includes companies like kaiser cigna and united health. All of them had waived out of pocket costs at some point during the pandemic most have stopped doing so or will in the near future by the end of the nearly all will have ended such waivers. There are a few holdouts like humana which will continue cova coverage for its medicare advantage members. According to a report by fox business
Biden Assails US Supreme Court Ruling on Texas Abortion Law
"President. Joe biden has issued some strong words for the state of texas which has effectively blocked all abortions from taking place now the language and the law that took effect on september first bands abortions past six weeks but eighty five to ninety percent of women. Don't even know that they're pregnant at that point now biden called the laws novel enforcement structure which allows private citizens to bring civil suits against anyone who assists a pregnant person seeking abortion a bizarre scheme with the potential to unleash. Const unconstitutional chaos. He continues to write in a statement. Complete strangers will now empowered to inject themselves in the most private and personal health decisions faced by women. Now the question is what is the executive branch planning on doing. What are congressional democrats planning doing remember. Democrats have majorities in both the house and the senate. Obviously joe biden is a democrat. He controls the executive branch so they do have some options but biden was vague when he said this. He said he was launching a whole of government effort to respond to the law. Tasking the department of health and human services and the justice department to see what steps the federal government can take to ensure that women in texas have access to safe and legal abortions. He said the effort would be led from within the white house but he didn't really offer any other details and That's concerning because it sounds a lot like what he issued in the form of an executive order with the problem of gun violence in the united states. I am going to fund commission to study gun violence. In this case he's talking about you know Tasking the department of health and human services and the justice department to see what steps the federal government can take. It's really not that difficult. One of the easiest steps is do away with the filibuster in the senate and codify The ability for women to have abortions in this country safely
The History of Smallpox
"Smallpox is a viral disease that has existed for millennia when it was circulating in the wild it spread from person to person through the air usually through face to face contact and it can also be spread through contact with contaminated objects and surfaces people who contracted smallpox typically developed a high fever and body aches and that was followed by a distinctive rash. There are two different strains of the very ola virus that were causing smallpox areola major and burial a minor now that name suggests burial a major caused more serious illnesses as many as a third of people who were infected with very all the major died. As many as ninety percent of babies died it was also particularly lethal anytime. It was introduced somewhere that hadn't existed before such as when european started arriving in the americas and in those cases smallpox usually killed about half the people who contracted it among the people who survived the disease. Smallpox could also be both disabling disfiguring. There was and is no cure for smallpox so even as science and medicine progressed it continued to be deadly but it also had some traits that made it a good candidate for a worldwide ratification campaign. Smallpox was easy to recognize in diagnose unlike say the flu which can resemble a lot of other respiratory infections. Smallpox passed directly from person to person and only infected humans so there were no hidden reservoirs of the virus that could potentially start a new outbreak. That's different from something. Like yellow fever. Which also infects other primates and is transmitted by mosquitoes another plus wants. a person had recovered from smallpox. They were immune for life for a number of reasons. Smallpox outbreaks also tended to develop relatively slowly. Once people were contagious. They were usually also too sick to really leave home. So outbreaks tended to cluster around members of the same household and their immediate neighborhood and then once an outbreak was identified. Swift action could keep it from spreading very far and most importantly there was a way to this. -rupt transmission of the disease in this case a
Biden Forcefully Defends U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan
"President biden addressed the nation from the white house on tuesday mounting. His most forceful defense yet of his decision to withdraw from afghanistan and the nature of that exit. I was not going to extend this forever war and hours not extending a forever. Exit e called the us air lift to extract more than a hundred and twenty thousand afghans americans and other allies and extraordinary success that despite a deadly attack last week that claims the lives of thirteen u. s. troops in nearly a hundred and seventy afghans at many americans allies left behind biden said many of the americans stranded enough ghanistan are dual citizens and added that quote ninety percent of americans who wanted to leave. Were able to
Even Google Thinks Sideloading Apps on Android Is Horrible
"I stop actually. This came as kind of the second batch of revelations the first batch of revelation was that apparently google also doesn't think side loading is the best experience on android so that was the first major revelation to come out of this court case but then also like the most obvious thing that can come out of anything is like of course side loading the best experience. I'm sorry that was just super obvious. A yeah but i think the reason that came out is because they were using that as an argument for why epic should not put you know. It's it's fortnight game in its own little styling apps for situation it should go through the play store because that would be the best situation Well google has other ways to that It likes to compete. It pays device manufacturers to play nice so lg motorola and hmv global which is behind nokia. They're part of what was revealed to be called the premier device program. Now these premier devices there are basically mandated to make google services the defaults for all key functions of quote unquote that comes directly from the document which by the way the pdf is fully hosted on my article on gizmodo dot com. Anybody wants to go read through. I think it's like seventy pages something something long. It's long but basically this mandate me. If you're manufacturer it's part of this mandate you have to have ninety percent of your devices adhering to this premier device program so that means blocking apps with the ability to install. Pk's on the device except for the app stores that are designed for and it and managed by that respective manufacturer so for instance like the samsung galaxy. App stores would not You not go against this clause or lg had one. I kind of forgot that they had their own little app store that they put on their devices
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Art Beauty
"I'm your host amber and today my fabulous gorgeous co host. Is jennifer hanway. She is a board certified holistic nutritionist. Who has worked with some pretty incredible people including members of the british royal family. She's not allowed to say who she wouldn't even tell me. Jennifer welcome to the show. I am having me It is so great to have you you know. I was part of a mastermind class that you did the other day. And just as a side jennifer's also a new beauty brain trust member A fellow new beauty blamed has member and you to this master class on how to get your glow nutrition and beauty. And i was absolutely blown away by some of the information. I feel like there's so much that we think that we know about eating nutrition in some of it is sort of. You know obvious. We grew up with this idea of. You are what you eat. But i didn't also realize that what you eat can actually now scientifically a jew one hundred percent. That's terrify especially if you knew what my diet was before we get into that. Now can you tell. You've also worked with some incredible celebrity clientele Here in the us. Can you give us a little bit. meghan the stallion sneaks worked with some of the actors from game with firms. Making stallion was one of them. Members of the royal family members of other european royal families analysts. Names like haunt names but shorts Whacked iraq to amazon. Which was the fast kind regional celebrity bikini newcomb. I've just been in the right place at the right time to. What was the superfund people. I mean an also. I think that we have to say to now. You're based in boston. I know you actually come to new york quite a bit You work with dr julia rusada. She is a friend of the show. She's been on the show I recently just did all thera- with her absolutely love that office and you're actually working there now yes so. I don't reside three and a half years ago now. She was a guest at a house. Retreat that i was lacking at nutritionist. Did a couple of exemptions together and funny about the cardio strength training but does not something that we talked about as well as some ways. we come together. She came to my mom's classes which was the live action of what you is kind of the other day. And she said. I'm working with my patients in new york than not getting the results that they could be in seeing how we let together new york and she's is incredible. Yeah think about that yes I'm really doing it for three years since that is amazing. And you know listen. It's just like they say you know we've had a lot of sickness people on here before and they say going to the gym and all of the strength training and working out is so crucial but really when it comes to wait specifically at the end of the day. It's all about what you eat. It's ninety percent of your diet and ten percent of your behavioral physical activity on hundred ninety. Ninety percent is exactly. I was just looking to client. She said i know it's about seventy percent diet. It's about ninety percent diet times..
How to Attract, Develop, and Retain Top Nonprofit Talent
"Great to have you and thank you so much for all the work. you do. Thanks so much for having me here. I'm a huge fan of your leadership in this field john. Well thank you The feeling is mutual so galley. Clearly you get the challenge in the sector and this is what your organization is about. Why don't you tell folks a little bit about leading edge and its origin story. And i'm also curious about the thinking about your organization being focused specifically on jewish organizations. Sure let me take this in two parts. The first is genesis origin story. So it was a dark and stormy night noticed. it was Twenty thirteen Toward the end in two thousand thirteen when an informal group of ceo's of foundations and major jewish organizations have been meeting informally for some time and The purpose of these meetings was talking about some of the major issues of major challenges facing the community in thinking about collaborative approach or shared warnings. Those types of almost like informal networking kind of conversations and at that time in sort of building up to that time the conversation was all about the leadership pipeline right. There were a lot of folks in those rooms. A lot of leaders who admitted. I'm not sure he's taking over for me when i retire in. Fill in the blank years and joan. You've talked about this gap and so in two thousand thirteen. Just like in the general nonprofit non see jared say general society jewish nonprofit sector was talking about a turnover in the c. suite of seventy five percents ninety percent by some estimates and fuelled by generational. You know what the demographics and and so this group of of really investors in the jewish ecosystem understood that there was essentially exposure to our organizations because we know that the marker of a great organization starts with a leader that that transition was going to be precarious so they wanted to do something about it and what
GM extends recall to cover all Chevy Bolts due to fire risk
"General Motors is recalling all of its Chevrolet bolt electric vehicles because of a defect that can cause a fire older model Chevy bolts were already under recall since November after at least five fires including one that destroyed a home now the company is adding tens of thousands more bolts worldwide model years twenty nineteen to twenty twenty two because of two defects in the battery system that can spark a fire for now GM says owner should limit charging to ninety percent of battery capacity and parked the vehicles outdoors not in a garage until the battery modules can be replaced this recall does raise questions about lithium ion batteries used in nearly all electric vehicles which are being pushed for the future to fight climate change I'm Jackie Quinn
Stas Tushinskiy on Making Audio Advertising Conversational
"So how'd you evolved from what is in a sense of a one way stream You're going to go back to when you sarah huckabee set to solve The full speed of what the initial learnings. And how'd you count on for up. You have right now. Yes so we were thinking a lot how we solve the engagement challenge in the one days struck us a voices. The answer goes. That's not the way to engage with everything actually back then. We already had siri but he was. Maybe six months of before alexa happened. Alexa alexa boom in high. Remember clearly with cs. Does that thousand seventeen when everybody started talking about alexa and we were lucky with the timing because when we introduced our first pilot product. This is exactly when alex to hype stock and it helps a lot and it also helped us in on a macro level because it it it made. The voice adoptions faster and those that was the first part to realize what needs to be done but then the second was. I think it was even. It was a hot a task for us. Like how would you work wasn't obvious it back then and instill. This is the reality. Even today. we have thirty seconds at spots so all audio ads supposed to fit thirty second ad. Lots like ninety percent of them. You have fifteen as well. Majorities thirty seconds. And when he when he can speak with the consumer when he can have a dial feed it in thirty seconds because Can go in. Many directions started with a one of their more. No the way to leave me alone. I don't wanna talk to cannot be same second hand. And i think that was the biggest breakthrough that we had when we just said to ourselves. What if we had no retirement today. So why don't we forget about radio. How would be one adds to build to build like today right and it was clear. We want it to be a driven conversational interactive in funds. And it'll be short because today everybody's like multitasking. Always a hurry. And so we're like okay if that's the case why don't we make ads batter. Let's be real people at. They love brands if they hate
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Oil and Gas Startups Podcast
"And this was kind of the next step was to be a well technician. So i went out on my own as a wilt technician. And that's what i've been doing since two thousand and thirteen last year was heart of course march when the when oil goes Negative forty four dollars or whatever Yeah i started getting a 'cause hey on a as needed basis. Hey as needed base of. Hey we don't need you anymore. So i had to do a lot of different things but Yeah i'm still here. Man in this week was one of my busiest weeks that i've had in eighteen months out. I went out to the field three days in a row. So i'm right right now. Thanks things man this list. This is so. I got a lot of questions but also have some quick commentary like dim knows this about me. There's somewhere in somewhere in my soul. Where i somehow believe that i also was an all state. Linebacker at a school like leading got a scholarship to college somewhere in texas and get got asked. Yeah yeah it was. It was awesome inevitably means it was division three intermural sports flag football which was still fun in its own right. As far as than lead calling mclaughlin what their collar mclennan clelland. Because i think he's the same similar age think the two thousand. I don't think he's younger than that. He's thousand nine or something on the digital wildcatters platform. He's i think the ceo he just got an award congrats. Colin an idea yet for sure for sure he went. Two hundred percent was not. Thanks for letting me know that. I figured there was some connection. But maybe it's a huge huge high school. So that's like you know i. I grew up in. Just another part of the world in in new hampshire. Right new england and i went to high school. That football was really important but never on the same level as a national team. You guys would have just run us completely off the field but nonetheless there was a book written and movies and all that stuff about your school and sorta whole that whole area and how it is like what is it like being part of that whole. That's prestigious in my mind as it gets for for high school level football. What what was that. Like twenty thousand people in the stands for high school football games or more. Well it was. It was it was nice. It was intense. I say looking back as as an adult what. We went through As teenagers olympics on. I don't wanna compare anything to that biggest stage but it felt like the olympics for shooting every time that you lined up in four or five eight football which was was district. Four or five eight back. Then every time you lined up the district you know you are going to war and you knew that it was going to be a close game. You knew it was going to be a battle and you been having them writing a book. Friday night lights in having them come with the movie and the tv show With friday night lights. You knew that you were part of history you everytime midland lee played Odessa permian that. You're going to be the first highlight on the high school football showcase. So you going to be on tv so you gotta show out you gotta Not only that. All the scouts were at those games. The texas is right on those so some noodles being in and we felt that weight in that that intensiveness in besides our coaches reminded us who we play. Our parents are reminding us who we were planning. Our classmates reminding us about the big game. Our teachers are asking us. Are we grading. You know so it was no reggie condoning the whole city. Where nobody's reminding you what's coming up on friday night. Yeah but you didn't need to be reminded. Well no no no not at all because you know what our country's used to do coach freshman coach smith in coach rieger. That used to go get article clinton's in posted in the locker room about how this ohio odessa permanence gonna rip our face and is that that was pure motivation for us i had to do is tell us who's going to slap around is like oh no that's not happening today. Not tonight you know so. It was always intense. It was always a it was always a highlight of my high school career. Because we did so well. We responded well to it and we went through the playoffs in we won a championship so we did what we were supposed to do. And the notoriety that we still get to this day in twenty one years ago nassau hall into the hall of fame like we just had a twenty year championship reunion. These are still my friends. These are still my my teammates. You know in. We haven't been in high school in twenty years so it was a bond never going to be broken. That's so. I have my my connection. Admittedly we were. I'm class eighty-eight high high school del rio texas. Our senior year we contracted with midland lead a meat. For a scrimmage for our preseason scrimmage and we met half way in the thriving metropolis ozone zona texas where what's in the middle layer thank ozone. 'as got restaurant we can game in the is is team. You know that's not ozone but you know we didn't belong on the same field that i remember. When the coach came in and announced that are scrimmage going gonna be midland lead. This was in spring ball. And i was. I just moved to del rio. And i said i'm my eyes. Went big house. The only one who knew lead just played in the semi finals a year before we were gonna asset holy crap. We don't belong on the field with those guys in and we didn't but anyway no that's i mean that's tremendous and it's just exciting to hear. I wonder if a lot of those guys ended up in the in the oilfield right because it really is the business out there you now ninety ninety percent of it of the all of the business out. There is oil gas related in some way shape. Yeah i i have friends who are superintendents drilling supervisor's pumpers Engineers Just right off the top of my head. Yeah i can. I can probably name a dozen teammates that are in the industry. So yeah that's that's pretty much You know the direction you go depending on where you go in college or what you do you know that.
Google Meet Is Now a Progressive Web App
"We're recording this on august. Ninth twenty twenty one. And of course each week we cover and discuss the productivity news headlines of the week but of course to start off usually have a little theme that we discussed before we get into it and today's theme is all about left-handed productivity and. I was curious a custodian. Oh no any left-handers in your life and what do a and how do they think about productivity differently. Let me tell you. God made a few perfect people. The rest are right handle. I figured you would have an opinion about this. Considering your your left handedness and so so so talk to us about how you perceive the world differently as a left-hander versus those of us who are the majority. So let's start off with the fact that most people right handed Ninety percent of the population on the planet is right handed and lefthanders. Were once considered like the devil's work Thankfully we've gotten over that places there is place in this world that he's still bringing that back in but yes yes at least in my circles i don't have to deal with that and And so left handedness though. It is a Wiring a neural wiring. This just a little bit different than the rest of us and so i'm just curious. How do you think being left. Handed affects your personal productivity. You know i i am. I'm a glass half full kind of person. And i have always been hopefully always will be. I said younger person. There was more challenges because the desk at school. But after you get out of school and now you get two square desk court regular off his desk then. The plane was even into that. It was quite challenging okay. Drew ran right. Was your hand falling to the side.
United Airlines Will Require US Employees to Be Vaccinated
"Another major company is requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen United Airlines will require U. S. based employees to be fully vaccinated by October twenty fifth at the latest C. E. O. Scott Kirby says he knows some employees will disagree with the decision but it's clear everyone is safer when everyone is vaccinated United has sixty seven thousand employees in the U. S. it estimates close to ninety percent of its pilots and eighty percent of its flight attendants are already vaccinated United executive says the airline has no plans to require passengers be vaccinated calling that a government decision on Ben Thomas
CDC issues new eviction ban for most of US through Oct. 3
"The new depiction moratorium the centers for disease control and prevention has found legal authority for president Biden to declare a new sixty day eviction moratorium for areas where some ninety percent of the people live the decision follows a five day protest by Missouri democratic congressman Corey bush and others on the steps of the capitol building stand up and speak for those who are oftentimes staying cool speed swimming pools because they'll listen the rent crisis continued despite Congress providing some forty seven billion dollars in relief the vast majority of the money has yet to get to renters and their landlords to stave off looming evictions timid wire Washington
U.S. Hits 70 Percent Vaccination Goal, Four Weeks Late
"Percent. That's the chunk of american adults that are now at least partially vaccinated against cove in nineteen. The milestone comes about a month later then president. Joe biden's fourth of july goal but as white house corona virus coordinator. jeff. Zion said monday. There's been a recent increase in vaccinations with these ongoing efforts. There's a strong sense of progress and you see it in the number of shots were getting into people's arms each day over the past few weeks we've seen a nearly seventy percent increase in the average number of new people getting vaccinated each and every day in the last seven days alone. Three million americans have gotten their first shot. That's the highest seven day total since july fourth. And just today we hit seventy percent of adults with at least one shot including ninety percent of seniors with at least one shot these are significant milestones in our fight against the virus. And it's very important to note in the states with the highest cates rates daily vaccination rates have more than doubled. The eight states with the highest current case rates have seen an average increase of one hundred seventy one percent in the number of
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"What does he make ten million something like that as less than that it was it was but i wanna see him on a good team. I lick his offensive rebounding. I think he. I mean do you think he. That's what i'm saying. You think he gets ten million. That's that's what i'm asking you get ten million. Oh that's what i'm asking how. I don't think. I think that ten million a year guys are going to be less than we thought i think i think homes could get ten because he was really impactful. Everybody likes homes. Yeah yeah and then kimber shoe. I don't wanna step on zack's territory kazak attachment. Yeah that's his. Yeah i feel like somebody's gonna overpay thais thai so get seven million a year. They'll have they'll get to have all types experience watch gac down ten times a game And why rather britsh get three thousand first quarter. Yeah birches purchase good. that's a good one. that's a sneaky. good one but see the sneaky. Good ones them become christian would and they get paid a ton of money right right. That's what happens. That like the plus minus darlene said all the analytics guys identify and then they get overpaid and we know who's going to be the most find example. That is caruso. There's like amazing. Advanced tricks on offense like where he's basically like the best offensive guard in the league. According to this but we know the notchers. I've been told by everybody all those analytics guys. Don't pay any attention to defensive. Metrics defense defense is still impossible to measure. I've been told that by. I've always felt you. Can't i think that's where your eye test really comes in you. I was thinking about today to and not that. He's going to be a big because he's been hurt his whole career. But you know remember. When justice winslow like the celtics wanting to give away everything. They had for chesler picks. Yeah and he's he's cut loose. How many games did is he played the last three years. But you know. I like most of this stuff emphasis done. That was the one that i think was really bad because they really did miami favor and a bunch of different ways with that trade member game right right. Hook dan waiters back which would dollars out there for whoever whoever wants them. I think we know where that's heading. Yeah you'd think they take him back. Yeah probably i think if the warriors can come out of this and that you talked about the bottom feeders before and we know the nets are gonna grab a couple of the nets got a couple of draft picks that i think could actually pay for them. They actually had a good day because philly didn't trade. Ben simmons either so that was like a good day for the nets but if golden state golden state comes out of this with batumi dolla. And these two rookies they picked and they have klay coming back and the and pool and they get a little out of pasco all of a sudden. That's like an eleven man team where everybody can play based and if deco mandaeans good next year or yeah. We have to see how about claim. I know petunias such an interesting guy. Right because he was. He's played at charlotte wherever he's overpaid. They're asking them to do too much. And then he was in the perfect role at the clippers. just perfect. that's exactly. It's i always said this about ninety. Ninety percent of all nba players just need to be in the right situation. Ten percent of the superstars can play in any situation anytime anywhere anyplace but petunias one of those guys..
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Smart Kitchen Show
"Just like you know for non gmo organic and the other certifications. That are out there that this is this is being done legitimately And has been has been as been verified in actual were saying and Obviously nothing's in market yet with this seal so this is all kind of consumer research. Groups like matson for example have done studies. They founded the seal increased purchase. Intent by fifty percent said also drives purchases for the companies that are pursuing the certifications off. So it's important for the ran's that are out there and ingredients that are out there that are using up cycling one another key better differences as a company and it's also an assault is as important to the consumer as a you know as a signal for for why they should care about a certain products that last part is a signal who are you speaking to are are their consumers out there like a significant number that are working for upcycle that the note i mean everyone knows what organic is right. We all that symbol Is is up cycling. You're aiming for that. Is there a big contingent that you think will grow. That are looking for up cycling. Yeah yeah it's growing ally. What's what's we're seeing now is that there's not a lot of awareness yet of the term up cycling on the consumer and i can send you the desert publicly available. Studies have been done by by senan and others where once they are educated. What ups likely means purchase intent is dramatically increases. Because a such fundamentally makes so much sense to so many people that we should not be wasting food What what's the motivation. For some two by upcycle food of consumer worms with a means. And then you say purchasing goes up. What's driving that. They feel like they're being. They feeling like doing something. Good is this is this. Are they trying to signal themselves that they're good corporate citizens what what is driving that. Yeah i think it said Altruistic values of the consumer where they want to align their values but their purchases. Personally i believe people buy products if the because they look like a great tasting product. They are great tasting product. They actually meet the Incursion lifestyle desires of of that particular individual I believe there's something like up cycling as well as things like you know. E core one percent for the planet and fair trade and other kind of values oriented. Certifications are reasons for for loyalty But we are seeing we are are seeing that you know the things. Like one of the other stats. That came out of this research that the was over ninety ninety percent of consumers like wanna do their part to produce food waste when and You know. I think we're supposed to sixty percent of them are actually making that connection between Up cycling and you and that of course there's the marketing challenge as the brand like okay. Do i put food waste messaging. You know on a package. We don't do that at every grand generally don't encourage you to execute yuck yum right of the consumer. But that's where you know this new term Up cycling's really a old commonsense idea with a with a and some clear environmental outcomes of attached to it That that's where that can really come in to to signal that this is something that you know isn't just a an indulgence. But it's something that they can feel good about other reasons. So you mentioned earlier that you were one of the.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on The Stuttering John Podcast
"And I think people are slowly realizing it and the more that we talked about it The better. It's going to be for people to understand. I do not think we should ever let it go. And, you know, I think Nina is right. That the Insurrection talk has in a way of life, usurped, the talk of the covid-19 and but the Republicans were responsible for both of those things. So, either way, I mean, I don't understand how you can look at a party that's done, nothing but harm for the last God knows how many years and be like yeah let's let's go for those guys but you know maybe I'm in my bubble, I don't know. But Greg, I can understand. Now God I'd love to get you take on this one because I can't get I can't understand this at all. So please tell me and I think the answer is that people on the right and just fucking stupid but but but I'll get you more articulate answer. So here it is. The Republican Party. Are okay with the rich, not paying taxes. They're okay with guys like Bezos paying zero in taxes, and they protect those people every day of the week. Now now here's my question. Greg a normal American, we all pay taxes and shouldn't it piss off both Democrats and Republicans and independents and up again at 3 and Independence shouldn't piss the crap. Out of us, all that these rich folks don't have to pay taxes. Shouldn't that not should that shouldn't that be a a pipe off by partisan anger? Instead of like like these Mitch McConnell's protecting these rich fucking ass wipes Yes. I think the answer is that they're all fucking stupid know, I don't kidding. The tax thing is complicated, I think but Four years of this country, we had What's called the the top marginal tax rate, which is the people that are in the highest bracket, paid that percentage in taxes of income of regular income and during World War II. FDR wanted, it was in the nineties. Ninety percent of the income above $250,000 with went to the government, which is too high. You know back in the fifties during the Eisenhower era, Eisenhower.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Remember Which i remember one time in college there is a big headliner. That was gonna play. You know they always brought on a big spring act for something similar to what you're saying in that headliner cancelled and they replaced him with john popper of blues traveler and I wouldn't have gone to see the original. But i went to go see. John popper blues traveler speech to music. Taste but i got news very good but like i got there and i was like god damn i hope he's learned the harmonica vest. I hope he's wearing the harmonica vest. And i don't remember if he was wearing the harmonica best or not. But that's that's part of his look think ours was a third eye. Blind was there. I blind in iraq is really cool. Tell me gonna be nin tuned in the third by third eye blind. Sorry i'm a among two cups of coffee. In the last hour. I got a new curate machine. Today had curie in years. And i'm because i had the espresso which by by all accounts is better coffee. But it's not it's not the watery as american coffee. I know in law. So i had to get that that office coffee curate just to get fixed and so i'm i'm a little. I'm a little jittery right now. So i'm i'm so asia k-cup coffee tastes like you took a regular cup of coffee and just let ice like dissolve into it for like over. The course of the game wasn't like it was like a hot room or something. Like dissolves into that coffee over the course of like four hours and then like you went back to drink cup coffee but it made it serves its purpose always which i'll give chaos credit for. It's like it's like ninety ninety percent of the way to a good cup of coffee or like we'll just let's just say like now like a coffee snob. Good cup of coffee but just like a good like You know diner cup of coffee. Just a strong. You know car. That comes out of a metal carafe or whatever you wanna call it. Yeah he cups like ninety percent of the way they're i think they're they're getting closer each year they have been at innovate. That next year will be the l. cup.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Midlife Surfer: Surf Podcast
"We're pretty happy with the splinter series. Construction yeah i think we'll play around with different types every now and then that short board that i just showed you wherever that went. Tiny surfboard of here where to go the one where the guy to block. Oh yeah where did they go anyways making that for yourself. The would on the deck of that. That's a limited limited series. Would that is redwood. now. I know but that looks. It looks like that's a single fin performance kind of a single fin plus to performance speed anyway The veto block. Yeah that board has tank would on it so the would on. Top of that deck was redwood that was used in a water tower on top of highrise and san francisco in that that water towers disassembled in the nineteen fifties. And then i have access to. That would which is incredible. How much do you spend sourcing. Would i fell into very favourable partnership good. Yeah so my mill is just. They're incredible people outstanding. Yeah cool yay their name out of the woods mill and if you ever need sum if you have a tree that fell on your property you hit them up. Don't really it. Chances are they'll give me a little bit of that would do But there are mobile mill. And they're like a really sustainable mill so they tend to only deal with fallen trees or downing trees. that are problematic for the land. so there's certain treaty spacing down trees in order to allow the forest right grow more properly. Yeah well you got one more question. I don't know. I gotta let you get back to work all right. Do you get this. Who are your favorite shapers locus. Last time i actually. I really dig locus. I think probably next time. I buy a board. That's not mine. I don't know when that will be yeah. I don't see myself having that kind of disposable go but they will probably want to. Tyler's lois who else dane law like dane. Day from vulcan. Yes yeah yeah. I just i like people that are doing things differently. You know what i mean like. The classic white sanded short board with some weird little tail. Patch shit i don't. I don't subscribe to that any value in that. There's some copycat short board philosophies going around. I like people that are doing things differently. What accessories you got this court pads. And they're pretty rad. We got we got rear traction pads those are coming along. Couple make got to catch up on some order. Now you make her order. Yeah and i. It's i need to just catch up on boards. But ideally we have an inventory so when they're ordered i can ship out but that's not the case we're every now and then it just make a batch of ten of them and then they say hey. Thanks for you know. It's it's been a while but it's ready. You got the patch you got the fence. We got past we. Finns were killing the hand planes. We're focusing on splinter series board production. Got it that's really like ninety ninety percent of the businesses in the boards. Yeah so we're focusing on. I think he got you obviously got a good thing going so helping. Make some money doing it. Has the goal right on. We're we're opening next door. Like i mentioned we're gonna be opening the glass shop cutting service so that will become in in the next couple of months. That's great. Yeah so you think the town needs that. Get a broccoli three hundred listeners. Worldwide an episode on average. Say to them before we split. I'm support your local shaper. Whatever that means to you not gonna put confines on what local means but like vote with your dollar every time you spend money.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Real Monsters
"See propublica had a rather interesting story about a hospital. Who kept a guy on life support just so they could meet the numbers for their heart transplant. They kept him on life support much longer than they should have just to meet the numbers of the survival numbers. I guess they do. They graded your yeah kicked this guy alive. Way past ad and now the fbi's skin involved in investigating that hospital. Because it's i don't know what's the word i'm looking for. Oh yes fraud. Yeah oh absolutely yeah. Hopefully the feds can get him on something there. It'd be nice To children hung in berks county pennsylvania. They said that the another was charged with those deaths. Which i'm not totally sure. Why but apparently the one kid helped tang his sister with him because he didn't want to go alone was to quote so kind of murder suicide but kids. Yes why would the mother be charged. Then i wasn't thoroughly understanding that weather. It was neglect. I think might have been why she should have seen something. But that seems seems kinda sketchy. Yeah it's one we'll definitely be paying attention to Let's see fox. Thirty five out of orlando yet. Another florida man. Who left his twelve year old son at the side of highway because he might be gay is some kind of cure. no idea. Apparently the found something that he construed as gay porn on the kids phone told him to pack a duffel bag drove him out there. And just drop them off on highway. Wow so they're getting him with neglect. How was the boy a twelve. Oh come on man that's bullshit. Oh it's complete bullshit just looking through the rest of these at an absolutely horrid case of child abuse out of oklahoma. All about the people who were Brandon on charges of beating. Their children raping their children manufacture of child porn and apparently they also had a plan to commit incest on a as of now unborn. Child jesus yeah yeah. That was pretty fucked up. Then let's see. Oh yeah and then you had the guy who is convicted of an acid attack on the his baby. Mama basically not sure what precipitated that but she has ninety ninety percent burns on her face from that man. We're gonna acid using this. I mean this was the i forget what they call it. But it's the kind of mind you this. This kind was the kind that you pour down. The drain causes heat to do. Its thing there other. It seemed to me like there's more and more acid attacks seen in the news. So here's here's my problem with this approach for any morons. Who happened to be listening. You can't you can't away with.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Dreas Point of View
"What's what's the reason for that Well i got back into a bag to the gym and as much as as hard as he's pushing me how often Alcohol really is Like like a pass. Because i can't really have it too much because the homeless workout. So do you miss it. Actually no We were were At at at an event the other day and They was liquor. And i drink juice. I am i in shock. Speaking of the introduce you right and myself. Welcome to address point of view. I am your host israel. And today i have my i guess of season three. He is a fellow podcast. We both started everywhere. Twenty twenty on the anchor platform and he has been on every one else's i mean every everyone else so i consider celebrity. So this is my first celebrity guests on my podcast. So i'm gonna have him introduce himself because no one like he can all right well I'm not. I'm not a celebrity out. You are live up to that name Does your roy juice. From the tiller use puck as aka eight nonchalant a fuck as and also known as a playboy the post office Okay wait let's. Let's let's start right there. Okay and most people you know. They have like one other name themselves. I have none. You have won t to. There's some you left off was why why. Why is that Well you they know they change from time to time sometimes get about itself will. Sometimes you remember all these names have been given to me. I was gonna ask you. That are their self-proclaimed. Somebody gave you each and every one of these names. Yes someone is giving me each and one of these days. That's amazing and that really is. Okay it's i notice at first. You were deacon deacon to bishop and people actually gave you these names they i. Wow yes surprise celebrity. Like i said wow i there you know i love you to death though because we have so. It's amazing i listen to your episodes and it's amazing how much we have in common considering we have never met. Yeah i mean most. I would say a good Ninety ninety percent of what you say. I actually agree with. I knew that ten that make me want to not even. And i don't think well you know what i'm might bring some of that up. I'm not might might not but let's before we do that. I wanna borrow something from your show. That i like okay so on a scale of one to ten. How's your mental. Today on feeling of weather rather refreshed. Okay a meta eight nine okay I think you know. What are they gonna say the same okay. It'll slowly yeah. Yeah there's nothing. I didn't leave the house today. So i really don't have too much to really make a difference because you know you go once you step outside that door. Yeah anything can happen anything. So i'm going to say half. I didn't have any drama. Nothing really went wrong. So i'm gonna say i wanna say okay. I want to start with you. Remember your very first episode of do you talked about you. Ask the question. Why are women so nosy. yes and okay you. I agree with you on that but we are most of us. Most of us are But my question is something that happened in episode. You mentioned you mentioned that you gave this woman key. Yes have you done it against since no okay. Good no no way no. How long did you know her before you decided to give her. That said oh we knew so for a few years ago. Okay okay. i thought it was going to say. Yeah no okay all right now okay. Do you still offered. No i not. I don't blame you. I'm not a single word breath. That would do it for me to thought about it. I was like okay. If someone were to give me their key to their house. I was trying to put myself in that situation. If someone were to give me their key. Okay would i go. I would go looking around. I would do that just out of curiosity lord but you know i mean i'd like to know why because i would like to know what i'm getting into. Are you living with someone. Am i going to find something as incriminating. I'm might look when we're going to find some right. And which is why. I'm going to be looking. I'm gonna go so far as like. I wouldn't look under the bed or anything. I might look at the medicine cabinet. I'm gonna need to know your mental states. Okay are they. that's important. That's you look at that while you just take a trip to the restroom easily. Look yeah yeah. I wouldn't go. Look under. the seat are know where she got. That idea from doesn't that's probably what to be honest. That's probably as far as i go. I i wouldn't go snooping sometimes. You find stuff that you really. Yes yes yes. I don't have no business. That's probably as far as i know. But i wouldn't just sit there and watch tv and just read a magazine. And i just wouldn't feel right about that. I i feel like. I feel like someone feels safe enough or secure with you. Usually sit in on the couch or the bay. Wherever you're comfortable at city on my just wait for the owner of the home to get there. Okay suppose someone gave you a key and it took them hours to get there. You would do nothing but sit on on the couch. I would either. I will probably go through your refrigerator. Drink up drink up at least one cartoon of uga's and how long it longer than i'm comfortable with it. I'll probably lead. But i'm not gonna go looking through your belongings at all.
"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"A dozen states that continues to refuse additional. Federal dollars for medicaid under the affordable. Care act anti romley gone reports for soundbites source. That's having serious consequences for kids. According to a new report from the georgetown university center for children and families seek berkowitz of south carolina appleseed legal justice center says between two thousand sixteen and two thousand and nineteen the child uninsured rate in non expansion. States grew nearly three times as fast as expansion states. She says the reasons for the increase tied to whole families access to consistent care. The data and the literature is always shown that when parents are uninsured. Children often don't get proper healthcare because it's not perceived to be as accessible and often is not as accessible for the family research shows medicaid. Expansion improves preconception. And prenatal care for expectant moms and results in healthier pregnancies and births increases. The odds of child will receive wellness champions and preventive care and protects families from accumulating medical debt. The latest covid nineteen relief. Package includes more money for medicaid programs to cover people who are uninsured and it would pay south carolina's ten percent share of medicaid costs for the next two years. Stimulus checks starting to landon. Americans bank accounts across the country this weekend just days after president biden. Sign the one point nine. Twenty dollar american rescue plan into law that from nbc news. They report the third round of direct payments which follows two previous sets of payment side in law last year by president. Trump are the most substantial yet although some of the people included in the last deals won't be eligible. This time around law enforcement is largely in support of efforts for police reform in washington state. Eric take it off. Has the latest from the legislature and olympia. The groups have supported or remained neutral on seven bills in the legislature. This year that address issues of accountability and are working with lawmakers on several other. Built theresa taylor head of the washington council of police and sheriff's says there's a lot of common ground between police in those calling for reform. It's a false premise. To suggest police officers want something different than what the community should want and deserve. Police officers want to protect and serve. They want to protect life. Other groups in the coalition are teamsters. One seventeen the washington federation of state employees and washington state patrol troopers association. Teamsters one one seven represents a wide range of law enforcement members from evidence technicians to nearly six thousand state department of corrections employees. This is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. 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"ninety ninety percent" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast
"Bobby is a factual where if you got a double messed up. Double mass is a good thing about this. Is that the death count's essays with the most you know in the loving way. I you know deaf council going down your window by is of course a lot of this going down. The starting to reopen a lot of things. A lot of places schools are going to open back up and bobby colom. You don't have to be a schoolteacher. You really don't but in this country every school teachers going to have to take vaccine. And this is what. I've been trying to tell people you don't have to be a schoolteacher. You could go. I'm not taking resigned. And go on with your life fine but no this to open up these schools. These teachers to take a lot of them are advocating. They want to shot because they have to be around. So many people at one and one shot they have some semblance of protection or Co covered right so again. This is something. Like i said. And i don't want to bore. You don't have to take the shot. I get it but in your career in your life as you're gonna make these turns in your life and this vaccine thing is gonna keep smacking you in the face now back to in this one time one thing i will say one thing bobby back to the conspiracy theories that i tread with every spirit of my bone because this is a conspiracy is a fascinating discussion on any issue. I liked that. Part of it with conspiracies but then there's no facts at the end so the story never ends in conspiracies. That's the problem that i have with. It never ends. And then with the conspiracy theorists does is. When it doesn't end they move onto the next conspiracy like a bag. Bond of foolishness without some conspiracies force our government to kind of be honest with us. I i understand. We need to conspiracy. We'll toiling to an extent debate or something. If something's not working yes. We can have a agreement or disagreement. Try to make better conspiracies something as made up that that's a lot of people start following without the facts that's like the the definition of it after one out there. I can't because i'm not that type of person. I'm gonna give you facts again and you can look this up the vaccine. Come out barbecuing. Like i said they need to write me a check. I haven't even taken his shot yet. I'm i think i could get next week at this went to the doctor the day they can push your boy up in front of the line what we call great now. Let's talk about this real quick with the conspiracy barbara. This is facts over eighty to ninety percent. Facts of the healthcare workers first responders in this country. Barbican in this country have taken a vaccine. Already we approaching seventy million people right. Ninety ninety percent of doctors nurses healthcare workers amland. People have taken a shot. None of them have died because my thing is this. If they think that the conspiracy people saying yoda's vaccine gonna kill you. Okay if it does what they should. If you're gonna kill somebody would vaccine. Kill it back this. Nobody will say because we don't have any doctors or any by healthcare. Guess what we all die. Say you say something's wrong with you. The newest sick and you went to the hospital and hospital was closed because it was white. There we're going to cut all this nonsense out. It really nice as the yes. Because seventy million people have taken a shot. And you insignia castillo again. I plead every day for five hundred. People have died from this. You can't get a plea for three hundred people. You can't give that i played. I played for thousand. People can't give me that. But my whole thing is that i want. I challenge anybody to tell me. Please share with me. Why none of the healthcare workers dropping dead because it was this mass conspiracy to get rid of. Everyone barbeque along. Wouldn't vaccine kill people. I were forced to take it. Well got point what else. Oh somebody i know. There's a but right that would drive the conversation we got to have these conversations of course no question about but when it goes into the absurd like a our famous ex who was hilarious. That day was held really the play. That tape would need to get a loop now by far. He said clinton saw people walk and take this out k back and drop dead he that you like boo for love and we haven't heard from geez we ever february over there very. Did you get the show. That part of he's sore people dropping dead like that wouldn't some kind of news outlet and he's like five hundred people say unlv it could be when people drop dead. The government won't let us know that they dropped in you continue. That's almost almost them. Speaking of a little steamy stimulus check the government. The third they check update the bill that includes fourteen hundred dollar payments clears big hurdles as the white house prepares to vote. This here is the latest. I'm excited i'm excited. I never get. I two so i'll even care. I'll give you get a coin. Not in the middle with other. Everybody's bobby make more money can buy the head wherever go. Hey 'cause i'm trying to get y'all get a koi. Stimulus checks windows wants to the military coming. Well we're gonna find the right now. You calm the key. House committee approved president. Joe by the one point nine. Trillion dollar kvarner. Komo what is wrong with me. I can't get worse. Bouna virus stimulus bill on monday stuff. So.
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"Okay i don't know why like chokes choked on air. Sorry guys must've been lying on the thought of sean like makes me sick to i understand. Yeah no that. that's probably what it is. That's ninety ninety percent. Yeah that's what it is because there's what did he needs. A thousand dollars for the plane ticket is at all it was. He just had to get you. Yeah i'm like that is a really expensive plane ticket. I guess if you're leaving tomorrow. I guess it could be that expensive. If you're like really hopping on a flight that quickly and then. I guess like a place to stay. I don't know. I mean eulogy there one day and it's it's a ten hour drive so if you're that desperate just drive it. Yeah yeah that's so true. I don't even think about that. He should have driven. Yeah judge them like you can drive like figure it. Sounds like a personal problem -actly but she says fine. I'll i'll pay you as long as you pay me two thousand dollars back any my money doubled. And he's like sure totally. Yes i'll definitely pay you back in two thousand dollars. I was definitely going to pay you back. The one thousand dollars in the first place lies. It's lies i tell you. This is production landing for any. Yeah and neverland anyone money that you ever expect to see back exactly alone doubled with interest your right happening. You're on a bank. Kelly doesn't get to work that way. No are moving on to amber and puppy. The you mean you didn't really learn much here. You need pinky and the brain. Yeah that that was lane. I've never seen that show. What all young for it. Or what. But i just. I don't know much about it once. One is pink and one's a brain rats o q one was. My one was great. He was like really smart and then the other one pinkie was like tall and he and he was like the goofy one. You're not too young. For because i used to watch it with your husband. So he knows what it is. Okay he all watched like what was that saved by the bell with you and i was too young for it because i think you had him watching things.
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"Yeah meanwhile everyday people are more and more like the middle class is getting decimated more and more businesses shutting down small businesses shutting down. And it's prince said what do you think of the andrew. Young gang like. Take the money from rich people. Give it to poor people. What do you think about that. I think andrew yang and jeff bezos would shake hands on all that stuff. It's not that much different. It's like totally run me out of a job totally decimate everything but give me three thousand dollars a month and then jeff bezos can be a multi trillionaire instead of a multi-billion go. Yeah that guy run. While no so i kind of i think we should kneecap them like we should set it up so that you know like it's if we set it up so that he basically doesn't control the sales of any object that is between zero one hundred dollars you got to think about like what ninety ninety percent of poor people buy on amazon then not buying boats and fucking cars and houses on amazon. You know. they're buying groceries or like gym equipment. Or i don't know like fucking extension cords. Another thing that surged her and kobe. Man like i can't go to the gym anymore. The gyms are all close. I used to go to the gym every other day. Now i even look at myself in like in our video stream. Jeez this is getting pathetic. I look yeah. I mean you. You are lucky lucky. Few that i don't even have. I don't have space to be working out. I mean yes there. Are those people. Well you could use bodyweight exercises in a corner of the room that you clear blah blah blah blah blah. I mean sure sure. The my point is the price shut the fuck up and work harder the price of weights these days. I remember buying. Because i used to have a space and a basement that i worked out and i had my own squat rack my own olympic bar all my own weights and i remember buying them. I think it was a bucket. And i thought this is crazy. This is just wait. I'm just paying for weight and it's a buck a pound now. It's three bucks a pound. I remember when we were in middle school. And you got some weights from like one of your neighbors in garage sale and we calculated that was like ten cents a pound. And you were like man ten cents. You were literally like years old and you could afford to buy a complete set of weights. Unlike a newspaper. I wish to build job. Just build my own like squat rack with. Pull up bar Olympic bar all the weights. Some dumbbells a bench. We're talking well over a thousand dollars. Plus the time to build a shed. That's built out of wood or like exactly himself or does yeah yeah easily just..