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Tesla CEO Elon Musk won't join Twitter's board after all

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00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Tesla CEO Elon Musk won't join Twitter's board after all

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 US to ease nationwide mask mandate on transit next month

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00:38 sec | 5 months ago

US to ease nationwide mask mandate on transit next month

"Public transit riders may be able to take off their masks next month R. U. S. official says the CDC is working on guidance that would ease the public transit mask mandate next month the requirement extends to planes trains buses and transit hubs he was due to expire next week but is being extended through April eighteenth so the agency can develop new board targeted policies the official says the CDC will come up with the revised framework for when asks will be required based off its covert nineteen community level symmetric as of last week more than ninety percent of the US

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U.K. gov't advisers recommend against 4th vaccine dose

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00:47 sec | 7 months ago

U.K. gov't advisers recommend against 4th vaccine dose

"British British government government advises advises recommend recommend against against giving giving a a fourth fourth dose dose of of covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine to to nursing nursing home home residents residents on on the the aging aging population population because because data data shows shows a a food food shop shop office office strong strong enough enough protection protection against against admission admission to to hospital hospital the the UK UK health health security security agency agency says says that that for for people people over over sixty sixty five five protection protection against against hospitalization hospitalization remains remains at at about about ninety ninety percent percent three three months months after after the the third third dose dose as as a a result result the the joint joint committee committee on on vaccination vaccination and and immunisation immunisation is is advising advising the the government government there's there's no no need need to to offer offer a a fourth fourth one one or or second second booster booster to to vulnerable vulnerable people people at at this this time time instead instead the the government government should should focus focus on on giving giving a a third third dose dose to to as as many many people people as as possible possible to to boost boost protection protection against against the the highly highly transmissible transmissible I'm I'm a a combat combat rent rent Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London

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Navy blocked from acting against 35 COVID vaccine refusers

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00:47 sec | 8 months ago

Navy blocked from acting against 35 COVID vaccine refusers

"A a federal federal judge judge in in Texas Texas is is blocking blocking the the navy navy from from acting acting against against thirty thirty five five sailors sailors who who refused refused orders orders to to get get vaccinated vaccinated against against cold cold at at nineteen nineteen the the Pentagon Pentagon has has received received thousands thousands of of requests requests for for religious religious waivers waivers from from being being vaccinated vaccinated but but it it has has not not granted granted any any these these thirty thirty five five sailors sailors refused refused to to comply comply on on religious religious grounds grounds and and the the judge judge granted granted a a preliminary preliminary injunction injunction save save the the navy's navy's process process for for considering considering religious religious exemption exemption request request is is flawed flawed and and amounts amounts to to feeder feeder be be injunctions injunctions a a new new challenge challenge to to Pentagon Pentagon chief chief Lloyd Lloyd Austin's Austin's moved moved mandate mandate vaccination vaccination for for all all military military members members there's there's no no indication indication the the judge's judge's move move will will affect affect other other troops troops well well over over ninety ninety percent percent of of the the military military is is now now fully fully vaccinated vaccinated Sager Sager mag mag on on me me at at the the White White House House

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Novavax files data with FDA to support vaccine

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Novavax files data with FDA to support vaccine

"A a drug drug maker maker is is moving moving closer closer to to asking asking for for emergency emergency use use approval approval of of its its long long awaited awaited covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine the the vaccine vaccine from from Novavax Novavax would would be be the the fourth fourth authorized authorized in in the the U. U. S. S. and and different different from from the the other other three three it's it's a a protein protein vaccines vaccines similar similar to to shots shots along along used used against against other other diseases diseases which which may may appeal appeal to to those those hesitant hesitant to to use use vaccines vaccines made made with with newer newer technologies technologies studies studies show show it's it's ninety ninety percent percent effective effective against against symptomatic symptomatic infection infection from from earlier earlier corona corona virus virus variants variants Novavax Novavax says says it's it's testing testing how how the the shots shots hold hold up up against against Omicron Omicron the the company company says says it it has has filed filed data data with with the the FDA FDA to to support support clearance clearance the the final final hurdle hurdle to to formally formally submitting submitting an an emergency emergency use use application application Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington

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Colorado wildfires burn hundreds of homes, force evacuations

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00:46 sec | 8 months ago

Colorado wildfires burn hundreds of homes, force evacuations

"Hundreds hundreds of of homes homes and and other other buildings buildings burned burned by by wildfire wildfire into into Colorado Colorado suburbs suburbs Colorado Colorado governor governor Jerryd Jerryd Bayless Bayless is is a a fast fast moving moving wildfire wildfire tore tore into into Lewisville Lewisville and and superior superior to to boulder boulder county county town town some some twenty twenty miles miles from from Denver Denver suburban suburban sub sub developments developments stores stores it's it's like like the the neighborhood neighborhood do do you you live live in in it's it's like like the the neighborhood neighborhood that that any any of of us us live live in in the the damage damage assessment assessment is is just just beginning beginning as as families families of of residents residents await await word word on on their their property property and and in in some some cases cases businesses businesses the the governor governor says says no no matter matter what what help help is is available available for for those those who who lost lost everything everything that that they've they've had had know know that that we we will will be be there there for for you you the the region region known known as as the the front front range range is is home home to to most most of of Colorado's Colorado's population population ninety ninety percent percent of of boulder boulder county county is is in in severe severe or or extreme extreme drought drought with with no no substantial substantial rainfall rainfall since since mid mid summer summer I'm I'm to to McGuire McGuire

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Pfizer pill becomes 1st US-authorized home COVID treatment

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Pfizer pill becomes 1st US-authorized home COVID treatment

"The the food food and and drug drug administration administration is is authorizing authorizing the the first first pill pill to to fight fight the the corona corona virus virus packs packs loaded loaded from from Pfizer Pfizer can can be be taken taken at at home home for for people people with with a a positive positive test test in in early early symptoms symptoms and and face face the the highest highest risks risks of of hospitalization hospitalization it's it's a a faster faster cheaper cheaper way way to to treat treat early early infections infections but but initial initial supplies supplies will will be be extremely extremely limited limited all all previously previously authorized authorized drugs drugs require require an an IV IV or or an an injection injection testing testing showed showed mild mild side side effects effects and and a a nearly nearly ninety ninety percent percent reduction reduction in in hospitalization hospitalization and and deaths deaths among among patients patients most most likely likely to to get get severe severe symptoms symptoms and and antiviral antiviral pill pill for for Merck Merck is is also also expected expected to to be be approved approved soon soon both both pills pills are are expected expected to to be be effective effective against against the the Omicron Omicron variant variant at at Donahue Donahue Washington Washington

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USA Gymnastics, USOPC reach $380M settlement with victims

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00:46 sec | 8 months ago

USA Gymnastics, USOPC reach $380M settlement with victims

"USA USA gymnastics gymnastics and and the the U. U. S. S. Olympic Olympic and and Paralympic Paralympic committee committee will will pay pay three three hundred hundred eighty eighty million million dollars dollars to to the the victims victims of of sexual sexual abuse abuse by by former former USA USA gymnastics gymnastics team team doctor doctor Larry Larry Nassar Nassar a a federal federal bankruptcy bankruptcy court court in in Indianapolis Indianapolis confirmed confirmed of of the the settlement settlement over over ninety ninety percent percent of of the the more more than than five five hundred hundred victims victims had had voted voted in in favor favor of of a a tentative tentative agreement agreement reached reached in in September September additionally additionally non non monetary monetary provisions provisions include include a a dedicated dedicated seat seat for for victims victims of of Nassar Nassar on on the the USA USA gymnastics gymnastics safe safe sport sport committee committee the the athlete athlete health health and and wellness wellness council council and and board board of of directors directors Nassar Nassar who who worked worked at at Michigan Michigan State State University University USA USA gymnastics gymnastics and and the the Michigan Michigan Jim Jim was was sentenced sentenced in in twenty twenty eighteen eighteen to to forty forty to to one one hundred hundred seventy seventy five five years years in in prison prison after after pleading pleading guilty guilty to to sexually sexually assaulting assaulting female female gymnasts gymnasts hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio

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US home prices register 19.1% annual gain in September

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00:39 sec | 9 months ago

US home prices register 19.1% annual gain in September

"U. U. S. S. home home prices prices rose rose briskly briskly in in September September which which is is another another sign sign that that the the housing housing market market is is booming booming in in the the aftermath aftermath of of last last year's year's corona corona virus virus recession recession the the S. S. and and P. P. CoreLogic CoreLogic case case Shiller Shiller twenty twenty city city home home price price index index climbed climbed just just over over ninety ninety percent percent in in September September compared compared to to a a year year ago ago Phoenix Phoenix was was the the nation's nation's hottest hottest market market registering registering a a price price index index of of just just over over thirty thirty three three percent percent next next was was Tampa Tampa where where prices prices rose rose over over twenty twenty seven seven percent percent and and Miami Miami at at twenty twenty five five percent percent the the smallest smallest gains gains Chicago Chicago up up almost almost twelve twelve percent percent in in Minneapolis Minneapolis at at about about thirteen thirteen percent percent I'm I'm surely surely employer employer

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 UN nuclear watchdog chief presses for more access in Iran

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00:45 sec | 9 months ago

UN nuclear watchdog chief presses for more access in Iran

"The head of the United Nations atomic watchdog meets with Iranian officials to press for greater sites access on the eve of diplomatic talks restarting over the nuclear deal with Tehran Rafael Mariano grossi yet again faces tightrope style talks with Iran as his inspectors remain unable to access surveillance footage I'm face greater challenges in trying to monitor to Ron's rapidly growing uranium stockpile Iran now in which is a small amounts of uranium up to sixty percent purity its highest ever and close to weapons grade levels of ninety percent the US under president Joe Biden says it's willing to return to the twenty fifty nuclear deal but

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

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 9 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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Holiday Travel way up over last year

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00:33 sec | 9 months ago

Holiday Travel way up over last year

"It's going to feel like a pre pandemic thanksgiving for travelers and your patient because it's going to feel like a little time thanksgiving triple a spokesman Andrew gross we're projecting that more than fifty three million people are gonna travel for thanksgiving but we also know that about ninety percent of those folks who are planning to travel I'm gonna go by car and it will be busy at the airports to we are expecting about four point two million people to travel by air as opposed to the fact that a just a little over two million people traveled last year I'm Shelley Adler

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Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

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00:45 sec | 9 months ago

Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters

"A surge in corona virus cases is worsening and parts of the Midwest in Michigan some schools are taking next week off for the thanksgiving holiday instead of just three days in Detroit the school district says it's switching to online learning on Fridays in December only thirty five percent of eligible residents in Detroit are fully vaccinated in Minnesota at the defense department is sending medical teams to two hospitals next week to immediately treat patients and help we're a health care workers cold weather states like New Hampshire North Dakota have seen a spike in cases one warmer weather state Arizona has more than ninety percent of inpatient hospital beds occupied about fifty nine percent of the population is fully vaccinated or about one hundred ninety five million Americans I bet Donahue

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Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

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00:52 sec | 10 months ago

Pfizer says COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is touting an experimental cope with nineteen treatment it says he is strongly effective Fizer science chief Michael Goldstine says the anti viral peel cut hospitalization and death rates by nearly ninety percent of high risk adults with cove in nineteen a better showing than even he predicted it's just extraordinary I feel that's the position on so I'm positive so I missed the visor is part of the race to find an easy to use strong for treating the corona viruses since most treatments now require an IV or injection with tens of millions of adults still unvaccinated such drugs will be critical for curbing future waves the FDA is already reviewing competitor Merck's covert nineteen killed the United Kingdom yesterday became the first nation to approve it Sager mag ani Washington

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New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

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00:43 sec | 10 months ago

New COVID-19 pill cut hospital, death risk by 90%

"Pfizer is joining the race to bring easy to use covert nineteen medication to the U. S. market the drug maker says its experimental antiviral pill cuts rates of hospitalization and death by nearly ninety percent Pfizer plans to ask the food and drug administration and the international regulators to authorize it as soon as possible after Fizer applies the FDA could make a decision within weeks or months the FDA already is reviewing Merck's cobit nineteen pill on Thursday the United Kingdom became the first country to okay it currently all cobit nineteen treatments used in the U. S. require an IV or injection my camp in Washington

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Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

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00:50 sec | 10 months ago

Biden unveils details of $1.75 trillion spending plan

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting president Biden and the Democrats have the framework for their sweeping domestic policy package after a trip to Capitol Hill Thursday morning before he departed for Europe president Joe Biden announced we have a framework for my build back better initiative the president wanted a deal on his signature domestic spending plan in hand before flying to Europe for global summits but after months of internal haggling among Democrats votes still aren't locked down still representative for Mila giant Paul who heads the progressive caucus says if it's true that there's a ninety percent of the legislation that's written then we should be able to get the other ten percent written in the next couple of days the revised domestic package no longer includes paid family leave at the fix on prescription drug pricing but other priorities such as free pre kindergarten and expanded health care programs are still in the mix Mike

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America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

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00:57 sec | 10 months ago

America 'on fire': Facebook watched as Trump ignited hate

"Internal documents that Facebook show the country was lit on fire after controversial comments from then president Donald Trump following the death in police custody of George Floyd in Minneapolis in may of last year Donald trump posted on Twitter and Facebook about the thugs in Minneapolis and said when the looting starts the shooting starts we can't allow this situation like happened in Indianapolis to descend further into lawless anarchy and chaos Facebook's own analysis shows immediately hate speech and violence report skyrocketed on the site Facebook took no action CEO mark Zuckerberg claim last year the post didn't break company rules but the platform's automated controls were almost ninety percent certain it violated company policies against inciting violence Twitter covered the trump tweet with a warning the former president has been suspended from both Twitter and Facebook I'm a Donahue

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A highlight from Optometry Podcast: Transitions XTRActive Polarized and Transitions XTRActive New Generation Lenses.

Defocus Media

05:06 min | 10 months ago

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

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Hernandez being the worst umpire in the history of major league. Baseball we've talked about that. We were all talking about the rockets. And shawn's back to your wanting going on the angel hernandez i i don't i don't know i you do people ask when we judge their job. The umpire the bosses of the umpires. You mentioned him although he didn't no hitter the rest of it. It's just that every time his name comes up seems to be followed bad on parring but the umpires gonna tell you that he grades out high right. Which is just incredible. And i'm wondering how that is that. If we see with the naked is a true or i just i don't get how well i guess i don't get how you can be below average your gig at least on the on the maybe. Maybe we make a big deal over it when it's affects our team once or twice but isn't he a complete all the way round baseball journos always always makes it about. I mean just everything about it. I always think the funniest thing about him is that he's the one guy who tried to sue that the reason he wasn't getting big games as race thing and everyone on twitter united instead notes because absolutely lawsuit got tossed out. Obviously but that guy just anybody with the functioning brain that could sit down and watch a baseball game can see it. How terrible he is and looking mean that the astros are gonna finish that no hitter last night. But the and it's on the website today sports seventy dot com. Because i know that was two rain. Delays there was delighted. Started gainers Delay there during the middle of it towards the end so some people like myself fell asleep but the the strike three call that he missed the home. Run is hit. Right after is just atrocious. It's so blatantly. Obvious that strike the why do we. The wisey state get his job and draw these assignments. I really do not understand. I would like to. I guess he's protected by unions only reason but even then like that umpire's union should be looking at him and saying is this the best product that we could put out. Think about being like the guy like you know you talk about players and everything all the time. They're being held back by somebody who shouldn't have a job in front of them about like the umpire. That's been grinding any stuck at aaa and can't a big-league assignment and there's a guy up there that gets eighty percent of his calls right the play. Which is an atrocious number. When i think mostly it's like ninety six and is constantly just looking like an idiot and you're stuck on their getting ninety eight percent of your calls right you're deserving of getting up to the big leagues. You can't get there because they employ a guy that's not worth worthy of being employed. Yeah here's what i believe. And i wonder umpires should are no different. The standard they should be held to is the got to do their job at a high level. I i don't see what major league baseball umpires. Their bosses see that he's really good is gig. I see different. Most fans are even players do. Here's the key. I wonder if his own staff is when you know his own. I didn't know who the crew chief is on. His staff is at him in that the crew chief busy for his Okay so i wonder. I wonder if those four guys that role with him how they feel about his performance. I know you gotta protect your buddies and your teammate. But they gotta sit back sometimes. Wonder come on man. Like joel embiid Take the dunk. We've got to shoot the shop. I wonder if they sit back. And say and i do they. How do you deal every night. Because don't you guilt by association if you're his crew chief for if you're that's the guy that was sitting there staring standing there last night in the middle of the rainstorm. Like what are we. What are we do. that's the crew chief. Yes so. I wonder if how his own don't is own. Empires you're mitch and guys trying to make it to the big leagues. What about the ones that are there did. He draws better assignments than them in certain situations around forever. Like longtime i would go. I would sit there and be like i don't want this guy on my crew. He's awful. I mean there's got to be someone who ends up drawing the short stack. You have to put them somewhere. I'm sure that they'll never say straight. They'll never say it's strange because they can't break that union plus they traveled again. That's going to be super awkward. When i'm sure in private circles in the offseason. They're probably sucks. Yeah you mean when. They're sitting around with their buddy and having a beer and they say hey man. What do you think about angel hernandez you. Oh dude he blows. I can't believe he's on my crew. I wonder i do. And i i always you know i sit back and i think a guy like this. I'm how he's got a great gig but how you can continue to miss calls and then there's a party ever think that part of it's an emotional for him then when you miss this many calls this bad this often do you carry a grudge into base. Because he gets so red hurt. Yeah he gets so worked up. I mean this is a guy that tossed. Aj hinch one time for a spring training game if there is a pitch thrown because he had an ax to grind with jay about something from a year before and aj bark something any. toss them from a sprint. This guy is clearly a baby with he. He's just he's exactly what you shouldn't have in in the most important spot on the on the diamond. That's not a player as exactly what you can't be as an empire. You can't do it that way. You can't live with grudges. What were you saying tyler. And as a fan he so well known for all the wrong reasons as a fan. When i went to one of the astros angels game earlier this year. He was the second base umpire and throughout the game on thinking. Okay going to screw this up. I mean i'm thinking at least it's not behind home plate but if there's a close call a second can screwed up what's exactly going to happen for a small chunk of the game. That was actually my main focus instead of the actual game itself. That's how bad he is don't you. I would imagine if you're a player going into a game that angel hernandez behind home plate let alone on the base paths. I mean or show on the base paths. Let alone behind home plate that you go into a game thing and oh it's like we say with certain basketball referees. Who's the who's the one that is a chris. Paul and him always have a problem. Who is is a chris paul. The referee or was it. James harden that everytime became foster there. You go chris paul that brought it up and courbet both did they both always scott fosters. He is the angel hernandez of the nba. Right and i remember early in this place. I think at some point. Scott foster drew suns game at some point early not in this series obviously game one but somewhere along the line it becomes an issue for our training before gas. Scott foster all angel hernandez you like. Okay what's the course of this. What's the course of this game. What's going to happen here now in this game. And you're right tyler. You spend time now. Instead of focused on the game. he is the key. Takes you off the game. And you're focused on every single thing. He does as an umpire and it's maddening. i don't know how i guess. In life. eighty percent is a b. But when you compare it to the to the like ninety plus percent upper nineties guys are getting to be an empire. You can't be right eight out of ten times correct. That's not enough in football right of ten times on pass interference calls or on offsides penalties. Or i don't know how you'd keep your gig right. i'm not subscribe. I'm not saying he needs to lose his gig but he's got to get better. The question is willing. I i know that you never want people who jobs. But i but i truly. He's got to be good at it. He's one of the people that i will say. He does not deserve to be employed..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"So like honestly that. That is something you you can kind of play with like. There is no hard requirement there except that it be more than Half of the is wake you have to have at least a clear majority so that if none of them are lying they would orphan A-block for anybody breaking the new rule so that even people who have upgraded like aren't going to get cheated or follow some blockchain they don't want to be and so i noticed on twitter tap group of people tracking mine activation. They were still often ninety. Five percent of mine signaled that was when people started to kind of like leap around and celebrate and say okay. I think we're ready to go. If once we've reached that point how do is it then like agreed that at this specific time people will activate the upgrade if this locks in on the next difficulty period with ninety plus percent. Minors signaling That will lock in everybody who is upgraded To the newest bitcoin core or the us clients out there. Tapper will be guaranteed Tactically and that will start being enforced In november and kind of the reason for that long delay here from now until november is like i said mining pools their software's setup so they can signal for upgrades Just like that and not actually have to upgrade to the new client. So i think kind of the logic here for the long window before tapper. It actually turns. I is to just let minors signal and lock it in but then have this long period before it's enforced so that minors can actually upgrade to the new client that enforces tap root If they haven't already okay 'cause that that kind of makes sense so one of the things that seems to be very cool about this which does run in opposition to some of the critics. Bitcoin which i always see people who are either massive shift corners or or new to. Bitcoin is that they they call it. They they claim the bitcoin is old tech. Boom tech is being out competed by technology which moves faster. But this is one of the things i love about bitcoin. I'm holding all my miserable say majority of my wealth and bitcoin wanted to be easy to change. Like i wanted to be hard to change. I only one changes to konda absolutely necessary and absolutely benefit the network. And this i see this being hauled to change as a feature.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

06:26 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Long Run

"I spent my summers Interning and biopharmaceuticals as a way of getting professional experience and then again earning a few bucks. Over the summer. I spent the summer of nineteen. Ninety s was nineteen ninety six at genentech scaling up. What became toxin through their cell culture processes Spent a summer after that at merck in vaccine production facility Doing scale up work. And so i got a real sense of what bio manufacturing was. A comment was made to me though that second summer when i was at merck that changed how i was thinking about my career. My my supervisor. There is an mit chemical injuring phd. Allom he said to me offhand. One day you know the gross margins on chicken pox vaccine are like ninety plus percent. So even though you've helped improve yield this summer it's unlikely that your work will ever be implemented because it's so hard to go back to the fda and change a process that ended so profitable already that it's unlikely we'd be Implementing your changes. I thought well that's a bummer. You know i i. I spend my whole summer in the lab trying to eke out a little more yield and productivity and now i realize that seems to be not where at least at that moment of the industry the action was so i went back to school my senior year i really had a different mindset about looking for where technology industry wanted to participate and kind recognizing that the manufacturing in might not yet So you know at that point. In time i began to think kind of debate for myself between applying for a phd in chemical engineering which had been kind of the path. I was on versus. Maybe thinking about business as a part of that industry. I wanted to learn more about so. Is this when you decided to go to oxford. And pursue the business and economics angle. Yeah decided is an overstatement. I you know. I was blessed with an opportunity To go to england on a scholarship and shows us that scholarship to to kind of diversify intellectually into business and And it was great. It was a whole new frontier for me to learn Yeah i've found oxford pretty much. The polar opposite of mit were in it. You're always on the bleeding edge. You're always thinking about technology in the future. Oxford is a place where you have dinner. And a whole. That looks like it's straight out of harry potter at a long table wearing a black robe and saying a latin grace before dinner and talking politics in history and social justice over over the dinner table and i was. I was a fish out of water. If i had been. You know a pig in new york you know what at at. Mit fish out of water at oxford. But it really did broaden my horizons and change the way i thought about what i wanted to do with my life. And how long are we there. I was there for two years From one thousand nine hundred eighty two two thousand okay. Okay so by this point what. How did you think about the future. Two thousand this was. This was the year of the first draft sequence of the human genome. biology biotech was looking. Pretty interesting Were you thinking like hey. This is time to get a job or maybe go to graduate school for some more. Yeah it was it was. It felt like the the future was happening in two thousand. Remember the nasdaq was breaking records. Young people were flocking to start their own. Companies dot com were were underway of the human genome was happening. It felt at that moment when i wrapped up at oxford that you know four or five more years of schooling was not what i wanted to do. I wanted to get out there in kind of get into fight I i at that being said i was pretty risk intolerant And so a very low risk way to become involved in the industry was to join a consultant firm. Yeah joined mckinsey and company in their boston office. Where a lot of the practice was focused on the biopharmaceutical industry and it seemed like a good way for me to be close to the science and learn an apprentice on some of the business aspects of things that i still filled the field felt. I needed to learn. So i moved back to boston. And joined the kinsey in two thousand. And this is a classic experience for a lotta people out of school where you get exposed to a lot of different clients. They've all got their own specific set of issues. You come in there yes situation. You learn something you write something up but it can be a really good education for for learning about a variety of companies and industries. What was your experience like. My experience was really very positive. I mean it's it's more than apprenticeships than it is in education. I mean you're parachuted in to high pressure tough situations navy. It's the integration of two companies that just merged a major restructuring and cost cutting effort of accompanying crisis or you know a total rethink on the strategy of a drug launch based on clinical trial results. And you know at that time. Our model was to spend four or five days a week on site with our clients. So you're really parachuting into the physical offices of these companies and you're getting a chance to spend time with executives With a variety of different leadership approaches on a variety of different topics. And i really spent a lot of time watching you know in addition to doing my work watching the successful executives at my client's understanding how they lead How they made decisions how they communicated in the board room And soak up as much as i possibly could now. How did you end up at genzyme. After four years in consulting you really kinda hit a fork in the road where you gotta decide you want to be a partner in the consulting firm comment professional consultants or do you want to.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Cars That Matter

Cars That Matter

08:21 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Cars That Matter

"From media. This is that matter. Welcome to cars that matter joining me again or jim marietta and ted sutton as we continue our conversation from the previous episode. Let's talk about what original venice crew is doing now. Because i know when i met you jim you had just finished up your first or second competition model. Can you give us a little overview of what that program entails. And then i want to talk about. What makes that car special. It's kind of like a lot of ways. The car that never was because you were involved in a very special project back at the shop working on the independent suspension. That kind of never really got to spread it's wings and fly so when i got there of course i was young so i ended up working on mustang because the other guys wanted to work on a more prominent cars i would guess and ted was the crew. Chief fund mustang. Although he says he doesn't own up to that but he was. I worked on that car with ted and peter. Brian peter of course is not with us anymore but he was a great mechanic fabricator as well and so. We're the ones who did. I would say. Probably ninety plus percent ninety five percent of the hands on work to put the car together tested numerous times it will springs in riverside so it really exciting to go through the development part and make all the different changes that they wanted to make the shock settings and tire pressure in different air. Ducting to cool things off. You know that car ran without a fan. So it would overheat when it wasn't moving closer the modifications back in the day. The testing is how you figured out what you need to do next. You didn't have the computer we'd go out in a car overheat and finally they came in. So jim you need to take this radiator out and put into big radiator from the country squire so i ended up cutting or support out. Sit the radiator in. We didn't have any of the fancy tools today. So he ended up using a hacksaw or something like that to widen area and put that in works just fine. Doesn't it at work. Just fine. Been and i ended up prior to that of course flaring the driver's side fender on that which is Yet to meet a lot of the guys in show because we're the inner and outer fedor meet their tack welded together so we had to separate those and again using the tools that we had. in time. i ended up using a muffler in. So you could imagine using muffler gun with a chisel on it that echoed through the shop. Virtually everybody would come over and go. Just what are you doing because it was allowed. Thank sound like the house. Coming down phil. Remington comes over and goes. What are you doing in. I told him what i was doing. And he said will told you to use that. And i said we'll forget now who i mentioned who sent but i said if you have a better idea goes structure shoulder walks away. Net was it. We ended up finishing it that way. Then we use the rosebud body spoon to pull it out in florida and shape. So you've seen the picture of the car. I'm sure the number three with a big grey circle around the rear we put primer on. That's how we tested it several times until one defendant. Send it off the green valley where they wanna race. That's why we started doing those kind of things and then after can won the race at green valley car came back and john taku. Restored the car who you may or may not know it an excellent job but he on all these developments cars you have to kind of pick a day or a week or a race to restore too because we modified him so rapidly you couldn't just do a generic had a time so he picked today that can one race and if you look at the pictures carefully you can see the window. The parts glass window was Riveted to the top of the door so you couldn't put the window down so win. Ken wanted to talk to scrutineer or get area to open the door and Phantom car so the car was always ran warm. Who soon as the car came back. We've got it in the shop and came over and he said the first thing you need to do is take bloody window off. The door says it just gets too hot in there. One of the first things i did is drilled the popperwitz out and took the window of and of course back in the day. You don't only better so it through the window away right today. That would be a classic piece to have in somebody's garage but you know ended up in the press and then dick lens. Who worked with cantwell came down with the lumina frames and said the You need to put these in a car. And i said oh okay and i said how do you have any ideas boop renter procedures and not just put them in car ground bill right here. The frames foot him in the car. So you figure out what the attachment points are what you need to do how to get the window up and down usa strap for that. The yeah that was one of those projects where you just go. Okay here we go and so. It took a few days to get done. Learned a lot from doing it because it's tried to see how it works out works under the and so the very first time i got the plexiglas and i put in car and go to be used the strap to pull it up. I didn't put different soda. Jam right so they have to take it all apart and put the stiffener channel at the bottom of the window. go up and down. So that's all the r d of getting those things done. Those are the kinds of things that we didn't end moved on from there. We did a lot of testing at willow and then when we moved to the airport they started making the gt three fifty hours. They kinda line them up did more or less in a row and for some reason. I'm not sure how that happened. But i gave me the project of working with an engineer from dearborn to put the independent rear suspension in the car and this was at the airport in a area that was kind of as i recall kind of behind the shop office ends. I worked with this guy for several weeks and they brought in a irs unit from a corvette Abroad in the one that was developed by What dr believe was developed by ford advanced vehicles could have been. It depends on who you talk took. Swimming dana forty four centerpiece. Klaus harnik was the designer and we put that in the car and it took several weeks of testing and development to try and get that the work in the end. I think it was the corporate accounting department from what i understand decided to put that in the car was going to be too expensive and so they kinda nixed and of course there are guys that claim that the solid rear axle is just fine by the way. Thank you very much wins races and did because ken did a lot of the testing and so can was like the solid. Axle seems to work fine for me but we never finished the development on it is it turns out at the time. I didn't know this. But it is the turns out Designed for the independent suspension to have the little bit of a toaster in so when turn left to right to help the lady get around the corner new rounded little toaster most race. Drivers don't need any help. Getting around the corner. They wanna have something that's consistent so they know how things are going to react. Apparently that never came up or never came up to me. Because i was just. I was working on floor that i wasn't engineer. But i'm not sure that ever came up in the development till when we ended up with a number of the original parts from the development of that independent suspension. We found out that they were toast here in there and so we had to make some geometry changes so that there was no toaster through the full of motion which made the car handle so much better and now people are happy with it. Turns out. I think somebody figured that out. Fifty years ago the irs may have been in our sooner that was. Let's fast forward practically fifty years. Today it'd be fifty-six years if you do the math to what you guys are actually building. Now you talk about how they lined up those original. Gt three fifty ours and your car. So fascinating is that. It's probably the most interesting and authentic continuation car made for a number of reasons one of the reasons not just because it's officially sanctioned and licensed and authorized by four and. I understand by the way the guy who's last name happens to be forward actually initiated that authorization so this is not just some guy in a cubicle working for the marketing department licensing this was a real sanctioned authorization.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on James Wilson Institute Podcast

James Wilson Institute Podcast

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on James Wilson Institute Podcast

"A morally or ethically superior investment choice or Consumer choice and it also undermines The ability of the american government to push for a certain standards and certain behaviors With our trading partners throughout the globe were party throughout the world. So what do you think the next frontier is for capital that the left is targeting after big corporations in finance and then what tools does the right half to push back well. The the woke Forces of woke the forces of cultural leftism have very much taken. I think as much as they can Of a western societies and particularly american society The only bastion laughed was big business. And so i think that once they've if they are allowed to completely Take big business that they will feel. As if they've they've been thoroughly successful a in grand scheme theory or frankfurt school theory. What comes next then is the revolution Once you've changed the culture completely than the revolution. Yeah is more likely to occur. I think that the overwhelming majority Ninety plus percent of american americans who embrace a culture leftism and particularly american businesses who embrace cultural left of leftism have have forgotten or never knew that that's the that's the ultimate goal is by changing the culture to advance revolution. So i think that we're playing with fire And also i don't think the revolution is a communist. Revolution is something that's going to happen. certainly The marxists of the post world war one marks were right about how changing a culture can thoroughly change a people and thoroughly change a nation So i think that What comes next is probably a more aggressive form of Cultural leftist coercion Whether that's you know moving in the direction of total surveillance is the case in the people's republic of china Or if it's You know moving in the direction of You know having a neighbor snitch on other neighbors for their violations of what is what is politically acceptable..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Transition Virginia

Transition Virginia

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Transition Virginia

"Into. The lieutenant governor's race never heard of the name until today never seen anything until today did a quick search as you mentioned. There's nothing on social media the political like myself for the last twenty. Five years never heard the name from northern virginia. I doubt that The ninety plus percent of attendees that'll be from rover at a convention or going to even register that there is a candidate by any. Yeah i mean. I know nothing about this woman. I didn't know that she was previous candidate. Until you told me. Michael there's absolutely zero social media presence which is incredibly rare for an elected official or aspiring elected official rather end so strikes me that this person is simply just not a credible candidate. Okay one last question before we wrap it up. We touched on this a little bit. But i want to make sure that i get my arms around this to the extent that we can the influence of ranked choice voting and. I think it's impossible to overstate. How actually important and influential this is going to be an untested. The republicans have done any sort of ranked choice voting system like this and so what do we make here of these of the influence that ranked choice voting is going to have in this convention wild card. You know it's similar but a little different than simply having multiple ballots because people are not going to stay there to have the multiple ballots So it's going to give a better chance for the lower known names than they would normally have however it is a wildcard in primary versus a convention ranked choice would have a higher effect. Then it's gonna do here at this convention. Professor saboteur tweets at about a couple of days ago into the discussion on ranked choice coming up in the democratic primary especially on the story level whereby mathematically you can have somebody who could only got thirty forty percent of the vote and up with the nation on the energy level somebody on the democratic side. You could have somebody with less than fifteen percent of the vote and they end up having enough nation because there is no ranked choice. So i assume we're gonna talk more about ranked choice in virginia politics. I assume this discussion for Legislators years to come especially after the experience on the republican side this year and it it is something that we're seeing on a national level in different states. Wild card and only time will tell. How's this gonna play off. Yeah and traditionally to a wide field or more than two candidate field. You can win. There's not one singularly super popular candidate. You can actually win a ranked choice ballot by pitching yourself as everybody's second choice. And that's actually. How abraham lincoln one when we had a bunch of very popular individual candidates within their cliques and within their specific niche but none of them had the ability to garner a majority right. And so you might see something very similar this year in may where somebody perhaps glenn davis could very easily pushed to be. Everybody's second choice on the ballot. It is really interesting. That it sort of removes the possibility of the dark horse that no one has ever heard of emerging victorious the e w jackson being the best example of this who showed up at the convention and made a speech the people like or maybe they you know were just the last person standing for everybody else got knocked down so it really does sort of changed. The dynamics of who might emerge victorious. Whether or not. Glenn davis is going to be people second choice. Though i'm not. I mean this is a group of people who don't want to go. The i mean it's you know it seems to me. It's a hard argument to make that. The republican party should be going to the middle in terms of making that argument to republican convention goers. But i don't know. I guess we're going to have to see david ramadan and put you on the spot here right at the very end. Do you have any predictions in terms of who is victorious. Or maybe even who does well and in terms of multiple candidates in this lieutenant governor convention them hugo to hugo remains. He has all the aspects needed to win this to win this race. He has the station is money is experience. He had the political team. That's working at and he has the credentials of the conservative credentials Within within the party and the experience To an how about number two There i really cannot pin number new because of what we just discussed on having that wildcard In in in the way that they're going to run it well michael before we go. I want to give a quick shout to the three new patriots. We've gotten since the last episode caitlyn matthew and lee. thanks so much for supporting transition virginia. That's all right now. Thank you for listening to transition virginia. I'm thomas bowman bowman and my co host is michael pope. If you have comments or questions about what you just heard or maybe you only want to tell us what you think about the show right. An email and send it to us at transition. Va podcast at gmail.com. So we can read it on. The air subscribe to transition. Virginia anywhere pods are cast. The transition team on twitter at transitioned. Ba and find us on the web at transition. Virginia dot com. Don't forget to like and subscribe so you can enjoy our next episode of transition virginia..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The Archive Project

"And and you know i think this year of uprisings and consciousness raising and people moving into action and supportive black lives ninety plus percent of the counties where there were black lives matter protests were majority white counties. Certainly you know my experience. Where i was part of them in. Dc in brooklyn. You know most of the people out were wait this is you know a massive watershed in american history and it and it created a a massive mental public opinion shift on how seriously white people took you know our claims that systemic racism as a problem. The thing that is very revelatory was very revelatory to me. Was the where there was the most enduring mental shift and power building to refill the pools a mock the solidarity dividend with the places. Where there was organizing. This was not from like a great politician was not because some wonderful Policymaker introduced a bill. It was because people rolled up their sleeves met with each other planned worked out the problems put forward solutions and got stuff done and organized and used their civic time out of their day in order to try to make the world a better place in fellowship with people across lines of race. I am reminded of this woman named bridget. Who the wendy's worker Who's a white woman of irish descent. And she told me you know when when the fight for fifteen. An hour came to town she was like. There's no way there's no way it was just insane. The idea that they would ever pay fifteen dollars for someone like me and but she went to the first meeting anyway and she said when i when a latina woman stood up and talked about her life i saw myself in her. She said to me and she said that she had believed the us versus them. You know immigrants story about taking coming here and taking jobs and not paying taxes and causing crime and and then she said but it was. It was really through organizing through just meeting after work with people after dancing. You know what we do deserve better than a. She lifted her own reisen for herself right. Because if you're degrading people at the bottom of the social hierarchy through racist stereotypes in ideas and you're right there alongside them like what does that say about your belief about your own worth which i think is a real trap for the for the white working class white people in poverty and but she also was able to see how she can win things that she had never won before from little things like you know taking a petition demands to her boss. And you know with with everybody on the shift. In saying i need you to fix the grease trap which was like something that they could never have done on their own and they didn't win until they did on their own and did together To winning you know an increase in the minimum wage at the municipal level. And she said you know now. I know it's not about us versus them because as long as we're divided. She told me we're conquered a great question from mary. geography not disclosed for citizens whose trusted leaders have trumpeted zero stem way of thinking..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Is. now is not the time to relax restrictions. This maskless celebration. Utah could be another sign of growing complacency to those thinking positively. Dr hotels says gracious elves. Beware the march on. This is this is going to be very difficult period. Beginning of april. This is this is going to be a game changer. So for a for anyone in the scientific field or even just reporting on science. When you throw in viewer of the ides of march. What is wrong with you. Are you throwing superstition into it. A throwing julius caesar into this is someone gonna get murdered by their friend. What is that what is that. Beware the ides of march. Something's wrong with these people that cbs and now the truth wants to come out. I'm just saying it. All these variants lab created lab reported lab bullcrap night in east and west coast punch of new kobe variance. I knew strain in california and now a homegirl. Mutation is spreading new york city homegrown. That means we're growing in a petri dish. Dr david host team at columbia university was one of the first detected mutation noting similarities to the more contagious south african and brazilian. Strains we don't know whether it's more transmissible but we see it rising in prevalence within our patient population dr. Ho's says the mutation seen here in red alters the spike protein which enables the virus deduct. Antibodies that could result in a weaker immune. Response of you receive. I love this far. Irish did just a lie. Yeah let's hear it. Again alters the spike protein which enables the virus dodge antibodies that could result in a weaker immune response so if you receive the vaccine you could get reinfected. We don't know that for sure but the south african study with the south african variant show that the protection drops from ninety plus percent to about forty nine percent. Okay where this report is. Who is that that was. Cbs cbs cbs. Cbs cbs evening news. I don't have the name of the woman but it was made oliver was the anchor. This is not. This is not helpful for citizens to be bad is bad it really. It really is quite bad. As you mentioned the idea have a clip. Who wanted to get out of the way now since you mentioned. Cbs wanna play a little bit. William burns our new cia guy. I don't believe i played this clip. I don't know. I don't think so. Maybe we did. We played again. Won't hurt but i didn't cross it off Yeah hold on a second. Think we did play it. You're right we played it on the tokay. good. I can cross it off for good. I see it was crossed since neither is no about. What should we just play again. I mean what's about the fact that this guy is a lifetime Is of say that would make me laugh about this clip. He's a lifetime. Diplomat has been in the. He's been the the ambassador russia he's been all these things and they keep. They put him in the cia and they say he's one of the first outsiders outside the community us. Biden's pick to head the cia. William burns spoke to the senate intel committee on wednesday. He called the chinese regime. Formidable authoritarian. adversary. That is strengthening its ability to do several heinous things. Here's burns there are however a growing number of areas in which she's china is a formidable authoritarian adversary methodically strengthening its capabilities to steal intellectual property repress. Its own people bully. Its neighbors expand. Its global reach and build influenced in american society. Burns worked as a us diplomat for thirty three years. He's been an ambassador to jordan and russia and he's held three senior positions at the state department. Now he is president of an international foreign affairs. Think-tank senator marco rubio pressed burns on it. This group that you partner with the china united states exchange foundation congressionally appointed committee the commission. August two thousand eighteen said that they showed a clear intend to influence policy towards china in the united states. So given your stated concerns about chinese soft power influence efforts why while you were at the hounded carnegie endowment for international peace establish a relationship with and accept funding from from this group. This china united states exchange foundation. Here's how burns whom the senate's already confirmed for various roles. Times now responded on the china. Us exchange foundation. This is a relationship that i inherited when i became president of carnegie and that i ended not long after i became president precisely for the concerns. That you just described because we were increasingly worried about the expansion of chinese influence operations burns said. If he's confirmed four priorities will shape his approach to leading the nation's preeminent spy agency those are china technology people and partnerships the nominee said out. Competing china is key to us national security in the years ahead and he said that will require a long-term clear-eyed bipartisan strategy underpinned by domestic renewal and solid intelligence burns received by partisan support from the lawmakers on the committee. It seems he is set to be confirmed as the first lifelong diplomat to be the director of the cia. Yes i noticed this like the time. I've obviously heard this clip by the record producer. Neither play last time played it again but fifth time i realized something on the you. Every time you'd listen one thing people don't realize i didn't hear the first time around you'll hear stuff. You didn't hear the first time the second time to third time to four time you keep hearing stuff Rubio sold out to the agency. Yeah that doesn't surprise me and he because that question. He asked which was would do he. He had to know the answer to but it needed to be a question to be. Yeah yeah it's always a rehearse question asked for the point of answering a certain way to the get it out of the way because he was ahead of carnegie for awhile and he was working in the chinese element there and so and where he asked a question which is very right off script the ask the question that way and the answer was obviously he knew the answer. Exactly the right way. I have to now think that rubio is going not run for president again for one thing and i think his concern. He's gonna just lay back. He's become one of those guys who does this job and shots up the rest of the time. That's what you're gonna get outta well. Yeah and he has to because we still have the annoying dancer pictures. It's just not. It's just not going to work for him. Those things come back out. He just he looks like a little wimpy dancer. Boy he you know it doesn't it wouldn't have taken. I'm sure there was good goods on him. Well he's i always suspected he was in the in the jeb bush.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:05 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Is. now is not the time to relax restrictions. This maskless celebration. Utah could be another sign of growing complacency to those thinking positively. Dr hotels says gracious elves. Beware the of march on. This is this is going to be very difficult period. Beginning of april. This is this is going to be a game changer. So for a for anyone in the scientific field or even just reporting on science. When you throw in viewer of the ides of march. What is wrong with you. Are you throwing superstition into it. A throwing julius caesar into this if someone gonna get murdered by their friend. What is what is that. Beware the ides of march. Something's wrong with these people that cbs and now the truth wants to come out. I'm just saying it. All these variants lab created lab reported lab bullcrap tonight in east and west coast punch of new kobe variance. I new strain in california and now a homegirl. Mutation is spreading york city homegrown. That means we're growing in a petri dish. Dr david host team at columbia university was one of the first detected mutation noting similarities to the more contagious south african and brazilian. Strains we don't know whether it's more transmissible but we see it rising in prevalence within our patient population dr. Ho's says the mutation seen here in red alters the spike protein which enables the virus deduct. Antibodies that could result in a weaker immune. Response of you receive. I love this far. Irish did just a lie. Yeah let's hear it. Again alters the spike protein which enables the virus dodge antibodies that could result in a weaker immune response so if you receive the vaccine you could get reinfected. We don't know that for sure but the south african study with the south african variant show that the protection drops from ninety plus percent to about forty nine percent. Okay where this report is. Who is that. That was cbs service. Cbs cbs cbs cbs. Evening news. i don't have the name of the woman but it was made oliver was the anchor. Yeah i know this is not. This is not helpful for citizens to be bad is bad it really. It really is quite bad as you mentioned. The idea have a clip who wanted to get out of the way now since you mentioned. Cbs wanna play a little bit. William burns our new cia guy. I don't believe i played this clip. I don't know. I don't think so. Maybe we did. We played again. Won't hurt but i didn't cross it off Yeah hold on a second. Think we did play it. You're right we played it on the tokay. good. I can cross it off for good. I see it was crossed since neither is no about. What should we just play again. I mean what's about the fact that this guy's lifetime Is of say that would make me laugh about this clip. He's a lifetime. Diplomat has been in the. He's been the the ambassador russia he's been all these things and they keep. They put him in the cia and they say he's one of the first outsiders from outside the community us biden's pick to head. The cia. william burns spoke to the senate intel committee on wednesday. He called the chinese regime. Formidable authoritarian. adversary. That is strengthening its ability to do several heinous things. Here's burns there are however a growing number of areas in which she's china is a formidable authoritarian adversary methodically strengthening its capabilities to steal intellectual property repress. Its own people bully. Its neighbors expand. Its global reach and build influenced in american society. Burns worked as a us diplomat for thirty three years. He's been an ambassador to jordan and russia and he's held three senior positions at the state department. Now he is president of an international foreign affairs. Think-tank senator marco rubio pressed burns on it. This group that you partner with the china united states exchange foundation congressionally appointed committee the commission. August two thousand eighteen said that they showed a clear intend to influence policy towards china in the united states. So given your stated concerns about chinese soft power influence efforts why while you were at the hounded carnegie endowment for international peace established a relationship with and accept funding from from this group. This china united states exchange foundation. Here's how burns whom the senate's already confirmed for various roles. Times now responded on the china. Us exchange foundation. This is a relationship that i inherited when i became president of carnegie and that i ended not long after i became president precisely for the concerns. That you just described because we were increasingly worried about the expansion of chinese influence operations burns said. If he's confirmed four priorities will shape his approach to leading the nation's preeminent spy agency those are china technology people and partnerships the nominee said out. Competing china is key to us national security in the years ahead and he said that will require a long-term clear-eyed bipartisan strategy underpinned by domestic renewal and solid intelligence burns received by partisan support from the lawmakers on the committee. It seems he is set to be confirmed as the first lifelong diplomat to be the director of the cia. Yes i noticed this like the fourth time. I've obviously heard this clip by the record producer. Neither play last time. Play it again. But fifth time i realized something on the f- you every time you'd listen one thing people don't realize i didn't hear the first time around you'll hear stuff you didn't hear the first time the second time the third time the four-time you keep hearing stuff Rubio sold out to the agency. Yeah that doesn't surprise me and he because that question. He asked which was would igloo. He he had to know the answer to but it needed to be a question to be. Yeah yeah it's always a rehearse question asked for the point of answering a certain way to the get it out of the way because he was ahead of carnegie for awhile and he was working in the chinese element there and so and where he asked a question which is very right off a script the ask the question that way and the answer was obviously he knew the answer. Exactly the right way. I have to now think that rubio is going not run for president again for one thing and i think his concern. He's gonna just lay back. He's become one of those guys who does this job and shots up the rest of the time. That's what you're gonna get outta well. Yeah and he has to because we still have the annoying dancer pictures. It's just not. It's just not going to work for him. Those things come back out. He just he looks like a little wimpy dancer. Boy he you know it doesn't it wouldn't have taken. I'm sure there was good goods on him. Well he's always suspected he was in the in the jeb bush.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"Got ninety plus percent effectiveness. In the case of madonna hundred percent effectiveness in the case of fires. They had one questionable on auto out of serious serious disease. Out of that was Let's see seventy thousand people tested so what was not to bet so. We know that this is these. These drugs are very efficacious in our clinical trial. Were and on the other hand what. We're not what we didn't test for the way. We tested that right week. Out of injected some people with the vaccine some people with fake vaccine with just salt water and then we let them go out and we get it we let them see what the infectivity rate was and we got results and that showed gosh infectivity rate the disease actual people catching the disease. If you will raise their hand. I feel sick. tested journal if they had the disease. That's we know for sure that we reduce the disease that much but we weren't sure about our two other factors that are really important for overall efficacious vaccine. The first one is did we reduce the transmission. Did our is if we if we have to. Everyone will stop spreading or will be just reduce the amount of disease we've got everyone will have colds and sniffles. But they won't get super sick and die Now that's a good outcome. But it's not the same thing as having lots and lots of disease around lots. And lots cold the sniffles in every once in a while at large will we know that we can get variance that may not be co colds. Make to be worse may kill us faster because right now we already got five hundred thousand dead. That's a sad sad day today. we're gonna hit five hundred thousand. I think so the other so that that's the one thing we don't archer about the other thing. We're not sure about is whether we can prevent reinfection so after a small period of time. Are you going to be susceptible again. And those the two..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

Hellbound with Halos

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos

"And causes this over production and this can happen. We're your risk of death upon exposure to a live virus war to a slightly mutated version of the virus can actually put you more at risk. Another thing that's not being talked about as a concept called viral interference viral. Interference is when you have one virus that puts you more at risk for infection with another virus. We have pretty good data from the department of defense you know tens of thousands if not over a hundred thousand individuals in the study that flu. Vaccinations increase the risk of corona virus because it manipulates the viral interference viruses. So i i think there's a myth that adults are never supposed to be sick of right. Get sick you guys. of course we do. And our vira people talk about the microbiome the bacteria that are on your skin in your gut we have upwards of three hundred trillion viruses living in us and on us every single day upwards of ninety plus percent of the us population if you test them jeff. Guess what they have. Hp you've got to work in your life you have hp living on your in you. Sixty five percent of americans have herpes simplex. One which causes cold sores. We are surrounded by viruses all of the time. There is no reason to panic at a virus. It's it's just virus and we know that simple easy often three interventions put you at a can make you more resilient trying to think that's been so frustrating for people especially people like me in the natural wellness world. It's like why did we not focus on helping people to genuinely get healthy instead of inciting panic which puts even system at risk. I just i look back on it and went dang. If i was in charge. I would have done so much so sure. I think lot of people would and you know i. It seems to me like your personality is you. You don't like to monday morning quarterback but you you also Base your opinions off your own knowledge and research but the the all will end that part of the conversation with this. They don't know how long this vaccine if it even works Will last one. So i went and got i went and got my first shot. The reason i went and got. I did the reason i went and got my first shot was because i want to travel and i have a really good feeling that they're going to impose restrictions on the airlines to make it so that you have to be vaccinated in order to fly and or do the test which the testing right now in new york. You've got to test three days. Prior and heavier earp. You're not you're negative shown so you can get on the plane then you gotta test. When you're down in florida when we go in february it's like look at vaccinated and some people are now even telling me that they're not gonna accept that that you still need to be tested which kills me. Because if you're saying the vaccine works where the heck do you get tested but on the other hand if you get the corona virus the actual live virus. They're saying the t..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on WGN Radio

"That would be enough that we could make a serious dent in the heck is that good enough? I mean, heck, if you got a 50%, that's not very good. And besides, if it's going to work for half of the people, why doesn't work for the other half of the people? Well, it's now that's why we do a trial to find out. But some people might not mount a really good immune response to it. Uh, it's too dependent on their their underlying health their age and take factors like that. Why we're including people at an older age groups to see how while they respond, the vaccine You know your immune system ages just as we all do all the other parts of her body doing and so it doesn't respond as well. So Man. But you're right. You know what is 50%? Not? It would be great to have one. It's 100%. It's rare that we had a vaccine. That's 100% effective. Many are In the 90% of efficacy range, but many or not, But what about Polio is a very effective Xing. It's in the ninety's plus percent range the flu shots only about 40% effective. You know, it's funny because we kind of live with that. I'm not shocked to hear you say that the flu vaccine might be 40% effective. But I want, you know better. Forgive me for saying one better. I kind of feel like I'll survive the flu. Many people don't but at least mentally I can survive the flu cold that it's like, No, I wantto knight and shining armor here to come and pierce that thing and kill it, and we're probably not going to get that, huh? Well, we might only time will tell way have no idea what we're going to see, because we've never tested this before. It could be pilot efficacious and there would be a real Lin. You know the flu season and we just paint to and call it over shadowed tremendously, But we had the worst flu season in a very long time this past time, and and I think they're about 32,000 deaths from the flu in the United States. That's past season 32,000. Now I'm looking at the numbers here, though. And the flute numbers, though, probably would have been a lot worse. Were we not all wearing masks right now we're at 176,000 deaths US. And from Cove in 5.7 Million by the way that number some of you want to write it down. It's 31235506563123550656 maybe time for a quick call from a couple of listeners. Marlene. What was your question? You're on the air high. Hi my daughter in law and she gets calls from patients who are positive and they're going to walmart and they're running around. They're not staying home. Isn't there a way to report them? Shouldn't they be reported? Shouldn't be foreign teams. Who people that go out in public. You are testing positive. Oh, I see. But there's a public health issue hot, Doc. How do we? Well, we can enforce that. Unfortunately, there are no laws require them Stay home. They're they're told a quarantine, but We? We don't have that kind of a system has not been very effective. Historically trying to get the force field stay at home. Course we O R. In China, there would be a different story. And by the way in China, it would work too. I mean, it would work. But do you want to live in that kind of a world and I think most of us would answer No. Okay, There's that phone number guys 312355. And then 0656. I'll put that on my Web page to John Williams at W g and radio dot com. Doctor, As always, if we can help you help us. Let us know. Okay? I really appreciate that you've been having me on and I just put in a phone number on. I think people start calling in. So that's great. Dr. Richard Novak is the head of infectious diseases at the University of Illinois at Chicago News Headlines are next Individual results. Very exclusion supply. Imagine feeling the freedom of.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Number eight five five four hundred seventy two eighty two were kind of looking at these inconsistencies and and the things that probably ought to be a pretty good detector of somebody that's got an agenda somebody that's trying to weaponize our little medical dilemma for something more permanent and I thought in this very short segment Mexican to change things for the guys back in the studio as well probably because we got to do Nancy more long form and and we got to get into the mainstream media tribute which is C. N. N. I think the best clip to do right here is married to blossom and cut number twenty four and I'll tell you why number one of my criteria is anybody that wants to make permanent change out of a temporary threat we ought to be a little leery of and for merit of Lazio I don't think it gets more prominent than the word permanent place everyone has been instructed that if they see worship service is going up service is going on they will go on to the officials of the congregational inform them they need to stop the services and disperse if that does not happen they will take additional action up to the point of fines and potentially a closing the building permanently so we talk about these fine lines we got a walk between navigating a temporary and again hi I am not one of these people to completely dismisses covert nineteen and says others are going to work in the final round I I will I will say that for most Americans it is not the same as it once was well we knew nothing we know a lot now we do a lot more about the percentages we're getting a more complete picture of the data certainly from China certainly from South Korea certainly from other countries and we're getting a better sense of our own arc end of I can tell you I live in Tennessee we got six point eight million people and so far one thousand eight hundred thirty four have tested positive in this testing the sickest of the sick so only sick people being tested and the sickest areas and still ninety plus percent are negative and then on the six point eight million you get about a hundred and forty eight who.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on KTRH

"Like that if they're not hassling me either they don't like losing money I can't stand losing the money get your daily rush week days a limited to one use radio seven forty Katie our age not so fast now they shot a sixty bought and paid for with one old money to a law firm to adopt research firm to a foreign national the dirty Russian dossier that she paid for that was disseminated information to their friends in the media like David corn and Michael is a call yeah I have to accept that that mon verifiable document because when push comes to shove it sold off the wooden stand by it was then used to deny an American citizen their constitutional rights and liberties and tread the Fourth Amendment that being Carter page and then you have to say says verified they couldn't verify that document when they finally got around to look into the document they throw ninety plus percent was all get more than sixty seconds it's the Sean Hannity show weekdays to define on newsradio seven forty K. T. R. H. congrats H. town it was a great newsradio seven forty KTRE imports to another season of Astros baseball proud of our Stroh's this is news radio seven fourteen C. R. H. Houston now the latest news weather and traffic.

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

The New Influence Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on The New Influence Podcast

"If it's ninety plus percent, you're you're in trouble. All your exerted went Boskin should be careful that but Google has been this, China traffic driver. But over the last few years, we've seen that Google is trending into new direction with what I've termed zero quick searches. Right. Essentially people search for something will Google, crawls your website, they extract the information from your website. They might agree that with other you know, answers they pulled from other websites then show that to users right in the search results. So that they don't need to click, and this means shifting your view of how you influence Google from. I wanna ranked number one. I wanna rank at the top of Google to I want the search result to show the answer that will most influence my audience or best influence my audience in a way that I'm opening influence them. And that is also a mind shift for a lot of folks. I think in social this is also true. There's like that especially when SEO's content marketers come to social they think about how do I drive traffic from social back to my website, or they think about how do I get from ocean messages about my product or brand in front of the eyeballs that are on soc. Sial and domes are strategically both probably wrong ways of thinking about it. I thought you know, the the sort of Madel that that I'm in favor of that. I've seen used really well is essentially thinking of social as a way to almost play the social networks engagement game with your own account in order to earn algorithm reputation that is passive that gets you lots of impressions or hosts that you put out and then spending some of that algorithm reputation in very targeted ways to either drive traffic or conversions every few posts. Right. So if you say, oh, I'm gonna spend eighty percent or ninety percent of my posts will be designed to draw engagement and high impressions and ten or twenty percent of my post will be designed to capitalize on the algorithm reputation..

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on 710 WOR

"A ninety plus percent chance that he would have been in remission from our treatment in two thousand nine had he come to us in two thousand twelve his PSA was eleven and also our success rate was ninety percent on the head at that time. And yet he wasn't brought to us for treatment. Now everyone's nervous and concern. But now the horse is out of the barn. The train has left the station. And why do I talk about this, man? Well, it's sad that he's now got stage for cancer. But I think many of us can learn a lesson from that is that when cancer is best traded is. When it's early detected and their studies that show that in Scandinavia, there's randomized studies were half the men get treated half, the men don't get treated, and guess who lives longer, and guess who doesn't. Well. The men who don't get treated have a twenty percent higher death rate from prostate cancer. So this is a sign and a warning to every man don't ask for whom the bell tolls. The bell, maybe tolling for you. And for this man who has a brothers had his mentally challenged. Well, maybe someone should have talked to his brothers about treatment for him biopsy and treatment in two thousand nine or two thousand twelve when his PSA was five or eleven cancers are more early. They're more successful. And they have high cure rates. Look at our mayor mayor Giuliani was treated in the year two thousand and look at them today, vibrant, healthy, man, the best way knowledge, and that could be anyone. So the road you take mix. Huge difference. Choose to have colonoscopy or not you choose to have prostate biopsy or not you choose to put sunscreen on or not as many things we can do to make a healthier life. And the whole point of this discussion is that each one of us could be that man with a PSA five and prostate cancer with a high degree of success actually ninety five percent or PSA eleven hundred metastatic disease with no chance of curious who can trade, and we can make the patient feel.

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"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ninety plus percent" Discussed on Get Up!

"Gain you you garner a level of competence that ninety plus percent of those players that participate net game is making it to the NBA. All McDonald's all Americans aren't created equal a guy like Chris Webber was able it has the potential to enter the draft after high school and probably would have went on and have a stellar career without plan two years in college. I wouldn't ready after high school even though I was a McDonald's all American to enter the draft. So it's Sean point is going to affect players like Zion. But we gotta make sure we look deeper into the box scores. David, maybe we can't say both of these things are true this system as it is currently constituted is not fair and needs to be looked at an adjusted, but it doesn't mean that college basketball is meaningless or relic or needs to go away or be drastically reshaped. Maybe both of those things can be true does that seem reasonable? But we have to make sure that we remember that things have changed. And this is a market, you know, all the way down to high school. Now, it's a business and to lock out a specific group, meaning the players that guys that are generating the business. There's something wrong with that. And so when we talk about changing, the landscape of college, we're talking about changing the opportunities that are available for these guys. There are a lot of kids that don't fit and there studies coming out now articles that are being produced about how ineffective the education of college athletes is receiving. So we have to sorta get away from this idea that these guys are being educated and giving the type of information that they need to go out and handle themselves. A lot of things that I learned about the NBA and the things that I needed to learn about the NBA I didn't learn until I got there. I have to leave it there because we're up against the break. But very interesting discussion, and it will continue. I want to remind you that we have a game Saturday night on ESPN tomorrow night. Six eastern Duke squares off against Syracuse at the carrier dome. And then Kansas will take on Texas Tech. After that as we go. Tom is weighed in on the whole high school to NBA proposal? We have another hall of fame coach, ROY Williams. Joining us live in our next hour. What does he think of all of this? And by the way, his team just beat Duke the other night. We'll talk to coach ROY in our next hour live here on ESPN. You have seen fight night happens tomorrow with TI though, Santos.

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