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Have You Forgotten Your Friends?
"By, the end of this hour we're hoping to inspire you to pick up the phone and reconnect with a friend. You've lost touch with just a phone call, but hopefully a new start for your friendships and hopefully those of you who haven't made the call in six years ten years twelve will get the nerve from this show to pick up the. Phone and reconnect as one woman wrote us a true best friend nurtures the soul and that couldn't be more Trooper Anna and Regina their bond save their lives during World War Two they help each other survived the Nazi death camps and they were only young girls at the time, and now as women they a bond that so strong they consider themselves sisters. I came into the camp was eleven was nineteen, ninety, two I was a long line I don't know why. CAN'T And side. Little go nothing. It was the beginning of a friendship that would last for sixty years in the midst of death and suffering in the concentration camps of Poland and Germany. They were two little girls reaching out for each other that was looking for somebody. To. Be Nice because I didn't have no matter no more I didn't have no fad I. didn't have no family look for each other one could. We're not supposed to go from one back to the other sometimes I, would go in they say hi and then she would be afraid they're going to do something to me. She would succeed give up give out the two girls were separated several times when one girl was shipped to another camp heard it like animals onto cattle, cars, but fate drew them together each time we'll want so many cans wouldn't again too wide. Say Anything of course we should communicate. Was, then to Bruce I had. Half Time. So I was. So Hang I was yanked I needed food. Sites. To Steal from the dog, Regina had smuggled a loaf of bread with her and even though she was hungry, Regina risked her life to share it with her friend. When I saw I rapped the play. Talwar to hey. And votes. killed. I forgive put we went to well. I so what? People just Within weeks they were scheduled to be guest but liberation came I lost in the chaos they never knew if they would see each other again they were separated once more they both married and began families, and after years apart fate Ju- them together again, they discover dot only had they both resettle in the united. States. But actually we're living in the same Boston neighborhood just blocks from each other. Clam to the same street. Trout Chink hours so We're boats that shock. After the war was over a wonderful friends, their friendship grew deeper as the years passed we cannot sit and talk about those things to allow the people's because even even to my kids, this is the bond between us. It's concentration. Can I cherish? Come forget what? What fifty sixty years. If I before she dies before we we're gonNA still love each out. And an-and Regina stories featured in the book. Best Friends. Now, where's Judy night duty I, hear you had a best friend since you were what? By five five years old but you haven't seen each other more than thirty. Thirteen thirty years, thirty years really cracked and the reason for that is. We just don't find the time. I. Guess We make excuses for it and we've just never. Merged our time together to make it work. What you do talk you do communicate we communicate through letters. We've been pound pals for over forty years. and. Where does she live and where you live she lives in like Huntington, New York and I live in Naperville Illinois. Wow. Never a Greyhound bus between you. Never, would you recognize her if you saw her on the street I would hope so through photographs but I don't know. What does she look like? Last. I knew she had long blond hair. Very pretty face does she look like anybody here? Not that I see right now okay. Stand up look around take the audience know. Right there. Say. Anti.
A Key To Black Infant Survival? Black Doctors
"Cerita let's jump into this latest research. What was the big question? Your team was kind of trying to answer what were you looking out? So we were interested in really understanding patient physician racial concordance meaning does it matter if a patient has a physician caring for them that shares the same racial identity racial background the other piece is that know with respect to infant mortality for as long as we have collected data on infant mortality there has. been a racial gap and so even when as a country are infant mortality rates have improved, the gap has remained the same between black and white babies or gotten worse. The other piece that I think is really critical are interesting for this study is that it gave us an opportunity to understand if patient physician racial concordance matters when communication is part of the scenario. So of course, infants can't talk and you know so often we. We've looked at the the concordance question with respect to communication issues or a lack of communication between a patient and provider, and so the study really presented an opportunity to dig into all of those things, right right and so how did your team go about this Rachel like what data did you pull to look at? So we use data from the state of Florida's Agency for Health Care Administration and these data have been used extensively in public health and economics research to look at patients admitted to Florida Hospitals Between Nineteen Ninety two and twenty fifteen. So we were able to look at one point eight, million births between that time period and we're also able to access. Information about both the mother and the newborn including their race co morbidity. Outcomes, and the hospital that they were treated at. We had less information actually about the the race of the physician because that's not a variable that's actually collected are coded very accurately or often, and so we had to get a little bit creative with that piece of it and we actually employed sort of an army of graduate research assistants. One of my colleagues was able to hire ten fifteen students to help us. Pull all of the physician names and photos. So in addition to what data did have around physician race, we also had folks who were looking at pictures of physicians and identifying race in that way as well which I think is an important in unique actually part of this study because you know so much of how we as human sort of categorizing group people and think about sort of racial identity is based on what we see in front of us, and so we were able to add that. To our data set as well. So reach team looked at one point, eight, million hospital birth records, how each baby did the babies race and the race of the doctor in charge of the newborns care and what they found was striking when a black newborn was cared for by a black physician they were less likely to experience death in the hospital setting to put some numbers on it when. Cared for by White Physicians Black Newborns in this study were approximately three times more likely to die in the hospital then white newborns. But when black physicians cared for black newborns that excess mortality rate dropped by about fifty percent, we also found that the effects appear to sort of manifest themselves more strongly the more complex cases meaning the effect is even more prevalent in complicated or difficult birthing situations. But when the team looked at the health outcome of the birthing person, racial concordance didn't seem to make a difference. That's a really interesting piece that I. It wasn't unexpected finding for me based on the body of research that I do. We didn't see that two There was a significant improvement in maternal mortality when the birthing mother shared the race with their
Curtis Saunders and his 1914 Model T
"This is Robert loss of welcome to another episode of cars that matter today we're joined by Dr Curtis Saunders, Mechanical Engineer Researcher at Johns Hopkins University Tower Things in Baltimore today, Curtis agreed Robert. It's a beautiful sunny day here in Curtis is here because he's the owner of a nineteen fourteen Ford model t now I guess I could make all kinds of jokes curtis about how you really need a PhD in mechanical engineering to work on one of these. But I'm sure it doesn't hurt. I we're going to dig into the history of the Ford model teachers to understand a little bit better. Why was such important automobile? The Ford model t is often named the car the century. Obviously, it's an important car. Why is it important to you? I should say while I'm a mechanical engineer I've always loved history. I'm always been a student of history and history has always been a passion of mine. So the model t important to to me. One of the reasons is just the impact it had on American history and just the general in addition just to manufacturing in general the manufacturing methods behind the model. t some of the things that Henry Ford merely pioneered with the car I was just really fast anyhow had in areas as well as the impact car itself had in American culture from what I understand. They made about fifteen million and they had quite a lifespan and first one came. Out in Nineteen Oh eight is that right? Yes. That is correct Kinda wrap things up by one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, seven when by that time was almost as much of an antique as it is today it's amazing how long the car ran and even through its cycle while the appeared. So the car changed a lot of the underlying the chemical structure while had some changes remain basically the same, the same four cylinder engine, the chew speed transmission. The bones are really did run twenty years I remember years and years ago in my former life I worked with the operating engineers, UCLA. What do we have these emergency generator rooms now ucla campus was built back in the nineteen twenties and we actually had an emergency generator that was still powered by a Model T. engine this back in the eighties imagine that that old engine was deemed reliable enough and competent enough to be working all those decades later. Really Testament to the Durance of that particular design you talk about Henry, Ford and how the model t was really the first mass produced car but I almost get the feeling. Henry could have been making washing machines or vacuum cleaners in a lot of ways the model t was sort of a test bed for the whole production line process actually rates moving assembly line process was not unique to model ts and applied to so many different types of products from airplanes, trains, cars, like you said, also goods washing machines TV's. Of that type of process, we take it for granted now, but someone had to think of it I in there had to be a pioneer that type of industry that really started this whole thing not only introducing a whole new way of making things it was done. So efficiently and relatively inexpensively that I gave any American with a halfway decent paying job the opportunity to own a car or it's eight a here's rolling car off the assembly. Line every ninety seconds from what I understand though maybe you can correct me if I'm wrong the model t was such a grand vision of Henry Ford's that he actually set up manufacturing facilities or plants all around the country, and even in other comments, he truly believed it was the car for the masses I. Don't think he really viewed it as just something for a specific region or even a specific country her specific time thought he'd really. distill down essential components vehicle and that that's what anyone in the world would what I guess. There was more than just one model T. everything from pickup trucks to delivery vans they made a whole bunch of them didn't they? Absolutely, there is various types of cars from to Cedars. Cedars even enclosed cars and open cars later and the whole line of trucks. You can even buy a model t rolling chassis and build your own body for it. If you didn't like what Fort is offering, you could just build your own. You're not even limited cars like you said, the power plant could by the Ford engine, the Ford, power plant and just apple sorts of other applications that would make a nice Margarita blender wouldn't it just about the right amount of horsepower to get that is just just right. Everybody knows what one looks like but I suspect most people don't really understand what it takes to. Make one move got a little engine. What is like three liter inline four or something like that it's a little inline four and it has a two speed transmission. What's the horsepower output on that engine? Would you figure it was rated at twenty two and a half horsepower? Wow. Okay. There's a lot of lawnmowers. Today might a riding mower hardware store that has more horsepower than this little novelty
Your Next Dive - Coco View Resort
"Needless to say, the worldwide pandemic has seriously impacted our next is. We recently had to forego our trip to Nassau and diving with Stuart. Cove. Dive. Bahamas it in October. We do know that eventually will return to normal and we'll be traveling again to fantastic dive locations. With that in mind on today's installment of your next dive, we're going to cocoa view resort on Roy Tan in Honduras. For a number of years, we heard about cocoa view from one of our instructors as one of his favourite dive destinations. So way back in two, thousand, Thirteen Donna and I had the opportunity to go to coco view. When the shop was running their annual trip there. Roett Tan is an island thirty, five miles off the coast of doors. It is forty nine square miles large and it has it is twenty eight miles in length. When you arrive at Rotan's Tans International Airport you'll be met by the resort staff and board a bus for a ride to a boat-landing. There you'll take a short boat ride that takes you to a small key where the resort is located. Let's start with diving. Cocoa view has what they call the front yard. You get to the front yard by walking in the water and taking swim out to either cocoa view or Newman Wall. Right in the middle of the front yard is a wreck called the Prince Albert The diving in the Front Yard is twenty, four hours a day seven days a week. Great for doing a night dive or maybe even a sunrise dive. Having access to unlimited sure diving is definitely a big plus for dive locations. When we went there, they had a policy where you did at checkout dive in the Front Yard I you did a couple of skills which your dive guide mask flooding clear regulator recovery before heading out to the wreck in the wall. I can't remember any other location. I've been to where you had to do a checkout dive with skills. Not sure if they still do that but no big deal. I went back to my log book to see what Di Sites we visited. We did Valley of the Kings at seventy six feet Calvin crack at ninety two tall to small along with John Spot Mary's place on 'cause place. All the dives give gave us a myriad of life coral with eighty plus visibility and bottled water temperatures in October between eighty to eighty six degrees. Fahrenheit. They have this routine where you'll do a dive at one spot and then they drop you off either on cocoa view or Newman's wall for your second dive and you make your way along the wall back to the front yard and walkout. Some folks didn't like that after a couple of days. Everybody's a little different. Their main dive boats are fifty foot long US navy boats that have been redesigned for Scuba. Their spacious well-maintained easy to get on and off and get you to dive sites quickly. The boats dock right in front of your gear locker and your gear lockers actually like a quonset hut but. There's one for each boat and it's open at both ends and you'll get a little storage locker inside that. Quantum hut. The, dive team will take your stuff to the boat if you indicate that you were diving on storage locker. It doesn't get any easier than that. We were fortunate to stay on an over the water bungalow connected by wooden walkways. Spacious Room with French doors that opened up to our private porch with Hammock. You can also choose Cabana or oceanfront room. You have all your meals in the clubhouse restaurant, all the typical breakfast fare followed by lunch and dinner with a Honduran flair. And if you desire. You won't go hungry. The clubhouses a gathering place for free seminars, enjoying your favorite beverage playing pool or visiting with the resorts feathered residents. While we haven't been back to coco view for a little while I'm sure that they are still first class operation experienced. If you're considering a trip to Roy Tan. When the pandemic is passed, you won't be disappointed for making cocoa view one of your next dives.
2020 Fall Movie Preview
"Hi everybody I am Peter Travers and welcome to this special edition of Popcorn where creed you all the movies opening between Labor Day and New Year's Eve I know wait what aren't we in a pandemic Will really be moved this fall and theaters to show them in I mean the answer to both those questions is a huge. Yes. Sixty two percent of all US theaters are open now and there's going to be more to come covid permitting, of course, and those movies that can't make it to the multiplex will be available for rental or streaming in sickness and in health people, you can't keep a good movie down. So let's start with the blockbusters that are out there. Number one is tenant. Brain Teasing epoch from Dark Knight Director. Christopher. Nolan. That's geared to fire up the fall season and in theaters and with your mask and distancing in place you can strap in for this kind of Christopher Nolan throw ride and watch the spy master he's played by John David Washington give James Bond a run for his money you know you just have to. Get your head around the physics in this movie. Maybe don't know about how you can go forward and backwards in time at the same time I don't know either I was a little confused by that but you'll be glued to the visual miracles that are on screen here every cent of tenants two, hundred, million dollars production budget shows up onscreen Eisele popped. Jaw dropped pulses. Oh, pound all that good stuff movies and back baby. So what else do we have? We have Moulin which is out there right now and you'll check in Disney plus to watch this because it's not in theaters but you can rent it and you could see live action film of the Disney animated hit about a young woman who disguises. Herself as a man to replace her sick father in the Imperial Army the new moon is not musical and there's no comic relief from eating Murphy as the Voice of a fast talking dragon named Moo Shu. This is not that kind of movie. There's no whitewashing but using Western actors in the drawn from Chinese legend and as Rouland the astounding Lou ye. Leads in Asian cast that includes martial arts icon jet. Li is the emperor up and China's leading actress Gong Li as shape shifting witch who teaches on how to survive and prosper in a man's world. Look move on is not your typical princess. She's a warrior fighting for her place in the world prepare to be well. Next up wonder woman one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, the sequel to the two thousand seventeen smash that made a star of Gal. Gadot, remember her places the DC comics immortal wonder woman into the cold. War where she does battle with the media tycoon played by Pedro Pascal and the villainous Cheetah played by Kristen Wiig always to me an asset in any movie Chris. Pine also returns Steve Trevor The American. Pilot that one woman loves I know didn't he die the last time during World War? One people you gotta go with this this is Hollywood. So if we can borrow wonder woman's last sube truth for a moment, credibility isn't the issue here. It's the show stopping stunts engineered by returning director Petty Jenkins executed by Godot, and she's a formal Israeli military structure. So you know you're in for a really good time. Next up is black widow look wonder woman has competition already. You know we've been waiting since spring for Marvel to let its first solo black widow epic out of storage and into theaters. Now, the wait is over Scarlett. Johansson is back in action as Natasha Romanoff Aka black widow. She's the Russian assassin with no superpowers road just skills she's like the female Batman this Prequel looks back, Arjun story in it's a doozie forints pugh is there as Natasha, surrogate says sister and Rachel Vice is the leader of this black widow organization. It's not just one black widow you can become a black widow tells witness business. So Watch your back wonder woman next up candyman there's nothing like the Primo horror. Film to get us all back in the dark of a theater where we can scream bloody hearts out behind a mask of course, end with get outs Jordan peele writing the screenplay. This direct sequel to nineteen ninety two's cult fright fest stars Watchmen Emmy nominee Jadu Martine the second as a visual artist drawn back to those housing projects in Chicago's Cabrini-green where he was born now the whole place is gentrified beyond recognition but the green is still haunted by Candyman Tony Todd an urban legend who still kills anyone who summoned him by saying his name five times. Okay. Altogether now with me candyman candyman candyman candyman candyman, we did it. So I'm looking around here to see if some him up. Okay next up no time to die look no red blooded movie Fan is GonNa Think of missing Daniel. Craig's fifth and final outing James Bond you know for my money Craig and Sean Connery are in dead heat for the best bond ever. This one directed by Kerry from Gonzaga who did true detective from Script Co written get this by sleeping bags phoebe Wall Rich Daniel Craig asks for her because he really wants a little feminist touch to this. This is the. Twenty fifth, all seven Cape and you know this is a record and we're GONNA lose Daniel Craig. But in the movie James Bond's been retired for five years and he gets called back in. You know that's what happens to everybody from the Godfather on. You know Bohemian Rhapsody oscar-winner. Rami ballot plays the facially scarred villain named SAFM and he's described the director as more dangerous than anyone bond has ever encounter. Man How about you?
Earthquake strikes New Jersey, shaking reported across state
"A rare occurrence in New Jersey early Wednesday morning an earthquake the magnitude three point one earthquake struck in east revealed on social media people said they felt it as far out of status Philadelphia New York Long Island and Westchester which U. S. Geological Survey geophysicist Robert Sanders says is likely designed curriculum with anywhere in that sixty to a hundred mile range is most likely valid for this event having been stopped the quake hit at two AM and he expects little damages be very surprising for us to see anything more than you know damage shelves or or you know picture frames falling off of windows any sort of structural damage or significant bodily injury uses is not likely not very common for a for a magnitude three point one Sanders says expects smaller after shocks the last time this part of New Jersey had a magnitude three or higher earthquake was in nineteen ninety two he says before that it was seventy nine I'm Julie Walker
What Patients Are Saying About Antipsychotic
"In the early nineteen nineties about half of US patients with bipolar disorder took lithium now, it's closer to fifteen percent and the use of antipsychotic says more than doubled to fill that gap. A new survey reveals what patients think about these newcomers. This was an online survey of two hundred US adults who by their own report were diagnosed with bipolar one disorder and had taken an antipsychotic within the past year. Era Paul was the most common followed by Qu- Pina Spirit Own Olympian and Larizza on there are others that fell off after that. Overall people were satisfied with the efficacy but dissatisfied with the tolerability ninety, eight percent had at least one side effect on the NS psychotic and most of the side effects were not trivial. Ninety two percent felt the side effects had a negative effect on their relationships. Patients were embarrassed by the side effects. Particularly, anxiety weight gain followed by involuntary spasms or movements and trouble concentrating. I'm reminded here of Dr Magas Warning in June twenty nineteen issue on side effects that patients are not likely to put up with a side effect that they find socially embarrassing. The side effects that bothered people the most worrying Zaidi with gain and feeling like a Zombie or having no emotions And the rates of these three burdensome effects were large in the seventy percent range. ANTIPSYCHOTIC side effects carried over into all areas of life family, romance friendships, and work. Thirty to fifty percent felt that the anti psychotics impact their job sixty to seventy percent felt that the bipolar symptoms impacted their job. So from the patient's point of view, the side effects are a little better, but almost as bad as the disorder itself in the workplace. The bottom line while the PDR can tell us what side effects to expect surveys like this. Tell us just how damaging those side effects are. And the numbers here are much higher than what we see in the PDR. What's unclear is whether lithium or the Anti convulsants would raise the same level of complaint in
Jfrog and Sumologic Set Initial IPO Prices Amidst Wave of Interesting Private Rounds
"There are new IPO filings from both Jay, frog and sumo logic to companies that filed in that great IPO wave of a few weeks back we have been tracking both companies impending debuts because we care a lot about them, their software companies, it's been venture capital money at play that puts them right in the very middle of what we care about here at tech rudge. So the news. To s a filings when it comes to developer focus J. Franck, it is going to target thirty seven dollars per share at the top end according to this initial range, of course, and could raise as much as four, hundred, ninety, two point, two, million dollars, and we did some very. Rough math this morning. So you know have the jobs. So in fact, check us but we believe could be worth as much as three point three, billion dollars at three seven dollars per share it not counting select shares reserved for its underwriting banks. Turned into sumo logic it will target twenty one dollars per share for an IPO that could be worth three, hundred, Fifty, seven, point, four, million. That's how much could raise in the debut and if you do all the math. It could be worth two point, one billion dollars again, not counting shares reserved for underwriters more of both of those to come on the site of course, but it's great to see those ideas moving forward making stores markets. It means we're not going to be bored for weeks. There's GonNa, be lots to talk about. So get excited
"This week from me here getting the problem that has no name. Feminist literature. All right. If we were going to cover just like feminism assure general, we would be here. Forever I'm sure there's already a podcast that that covers that folks I'm sure. So we're not trying to reinvent the wheel here. No. Quick definition. Feminism is a range of social movements, political movements in ideologies that aim to define establish in achieve the political economic, personal and social equality of the sexes. Feminism incorporates the position that society's prioritize the male point of view and that women are treated unjustly within those societies Charles for Ya who is a utopian socialist in French philosopher. He's the one that's credited with having coined the word FEMA KNEES MMA in. Thirty seven. So, modern Western, feminist history is conventionally split into three time periods or waves. So you'll typically hear them referred to as that Each of them has slightly different aims based on the prior progress that was made during the wave before. I wave feminism is the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that was focused on overturning legal inequalities, particularly addressing issues of women's suffrage. Second wave feminism is the nineteen sixty s and nineteen eighties that broaden the debate to include cultural inequalities gender norms in the role of women in society, and then third wave feminism. The nineteen ninety s to the thousands that refers to the diverse strains of feminist activity. So third wavers are see this as a continuation of the second wave in also as a response to the perceived failures out of the way before it. So I guess we're right outside third wave right now I think we're moving into the fourth wave interesting, which can't be defined until after it's passed exactly exactly a you. Hey I know my history man you know what I'm talking about or woman. Watch out I should say I WANNA point out as part of that definition. feminism is not women are better than men no absolutely not and it's still maintains to this day. It's about Equality Ackley. So exactly that's all I wanted to point. For our listeners great segue. Lauren. So seminaries literature, it can be fiction or nonfiction or drama or poetry that supports the feminine schools of establishing, defining and defending equal civil, political, economic, and social rights for women. So we're GONNA. Cover. Ten important feminist. Pieces of. Very excited that everyone should know. Great and we'll go in chronological order for me So the first we're GONNA talk about is a vindication of the rights of woman with strictures on political and moral subjects by. One, craft from seventeen ninety two. So this is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy it was published in the United Kingdom Mary wollstonecraft responded to th century educational and political theorist who believe that women should not receive a rational education. It was believed at the time that women were too susceptible to sensibility and too fragile to be able to think clearly. So not able to be. The recipient of a rational education. Sure. Sure. Sure. So craft argued that women's education should match their position in society in that they are essential to the nation because they raise its children and could act as respected companions to their husbands then yeah So Wall Street, maintain that women are human beings deserving of the same fundamental rights as men and that treating them as ornaments or property for men undermines the moral foundations, a society which how about that you think You'd think that people any rational person would be like, yeah. That makes sense treat women as human beings. Sure. But the fact that there was such vitriol against this concept is like my to me but it was seventeen, ninety two that was like, yeah. Put it into writing and people are like. Dr. So her work had significant impact on advocates for women's rights in the nineteenth century particularly, the eighteen forty eight Seneca falls convention that produce the Declaration of sentiments which laid out the aims of the suffragette movement. In the United States Mary Wilson Craft her name might be familiar. She is the mother of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley. And she actually died eleven days after giving birth to Mary wollstonecraft shelley. So Mary wollstonecraft was like she was this great feminist philosopher great writer, her husband was super. Supportive. And she died in childbirth which. was killed a lot of women. Yeah. Septicemia man because men who were only allowed to be doctors. Refuse to treat women because of all of their naughty bits, nobody washed their hands. Oh Yeah. Nobody we should really point out. Yes. No one wash their hands that probably cost a lot of issues too.
The Case Of Chad And Lori Daybell
"Dick I feel like we've kind of been just living this case the last several days there's so much that we had to delve into. So let's just start with an overview of the timeline going back to the beginning because it's very complicated and as much for me as for the listeners a little review and a little in-depth investigation into these things would be helpful both helpful the me. We did last week's first part of this and I'm just at the time you do it do the recording. It sounds reasonable. Then as I think back about it, I'm trying to say what happened when who did what? So. This'll be very helpful. It's a crazy thing and of course, with the tragic ending, which is horrible. So. Let's go back to Chad Day Bell. He married his first wife Tammy in nineteen ninety and they had five children together over the years in Nineteen ninety-two Laurie got married for the first time at age eighteen and this marriage only lasted a very short time under a year from what I've heard. Then she remarried in nineteen ninety five and that's when she gave birth to her son Colby in nineteen, ninety six. Again, she got divorced then in two, thousand one, she married Joseph Ruin and Laurie and Joe had their daughter Kylie together in two thousand and two, and just a little bit of a word about Tyler's childhood. We we know that she was used as a pawn by Laurie and her divorce custody filings against Joe Ryan. But there's also some evidence fairly convincing evidence that Laurie mains have had Munchausen by proxy pilot who's in and out of the hospital many times, and she even had exploratory surgery to quote figure out what was wrong unquote and that's something that just. Really isn done nowadays, right? No, it isn't that if we go back a few years that was something I mean if if you have parent who keeps bringing a child into the office bureau for various complaints and you have run tests and nothing ever shows up, you might have considered doing an exploratory bit of surgery as probably a what's called a lap me. Where they look inside the the belly at the F. Domino contents and maybe take biopsies just to see if there was something that they had missed Leah from my experience on a pediatric surgical floor though they only do that when they're like at the end of their rope, this is after days of observing taking the kid off of a regular diet doing. IV fluids run, they do a lot of things I and the munch just love to hang out in the room for days and get the attention. So this is very classic Munchausen by proxy behavior who certainly is yet it really is and no illness was ever determined, which is significant I think road even with the surgery. Yes. So so there you go. Exactly. Nine, two, thousand when Tyler was about six, her therapist raised concerns about the stress Tyler was going through with her health issues and the custody issues. Tally, did say to the therapist that she did enjoy visits with her father. There were documented concerns about Laurie being dishonest on Tyler's intake forms. One of these things whereas where Lori said, the tally had pancreatitis. The custody documents I was able to peruse showed that Kylie did say she enjoyed visits with her father but then she told the therapist that she was frightened to stay overnight because her father molested her now she used the word molested and when her mom came into the room with her and the therapist apparently tie looked at Lori and said I, told her. So it just really I'm not convinced that Joe sexually abused tightly and I'll always believe someone until I have reason not to especially a child but there were some classic signs of the Mother Coaching her. So in two thousand, four, Laurean Joe were divorced and Laurie remarried Charles Valo in two, thousand six. Now for those of you who are counting Charles's husband number four. Yes, and in two thousand, twelve, a little boy named Joshua. Jackson was born he's he's the biological child of Charles Valez nephew his grandparents cared for jj until they made the decision along with Lori and. Charles that Lori Charles would adopt and raise JJ, and this was back in two thousand fourteen. Laurie already had colby and entirely. So the grandparents K. and Larry Woodcock were really thinking that they might have a better home there because there'd be other kids. It's kind of their little bit younger than Larry and K. so laurie who they thought was just a wonderful mom. At, the time agreed to adopt the little boy with Charles and then Laurie Charles entirely moved to Hawaii along with JJ services in two thousand fourteen when the adoption went through the options gone through and we've Kurt the family now lorries. Oldest son is what out of the house at this point because he's like eighteen nineteen, he didn't move to Hawaii with them now. He didn't in two thousand fifteen back to Chad, Tammy and the family moved to Idaho from Utah Right, in two years later, the veil of family moved back to Arizona, from Hawaii then on April third two, thousand, eighteen lorries, ex husband, her third husband Joseph Ryan was found dead in his home Laurie was notified as she was still listed as his next of kin. Didn't notify Joe's sister Anne who by all accounts she was very close to Anne was still a part of tiles life, your birth Maurice to ruin agenda Yes. I know we've talked about this a little bit in part one, but you did get a chance to review the autopsy. They were a few things that stuck out to us like the fact that the height was off and they call them a heavyset guy which he really wasn't. No. But remember he was in his apartment for at least a week decomposing before anyone found was a neighbor who found him that's correct. Yes and we don't have the entire autopsy but the cause of death was per tiriac sclerotic heart disease, which means that you're coronary arteries getting clogged up, which isn't really crazy for a fifty nine year old man to die of in general but
Show 31 Audio TV Show "Laughs" from 1988 - burst 1
"We hope you've been enjoying the podcast right now I'm going back to something I did a little over a month ago, and that is taking. One of the TV shows I, produced and bringing it straight over to the podcast in audio format. Now, it's been mentioned a couple times that at a short TV series on a local network television in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, one, ninety, two, called almost live at laughs unlimited and then in the late eighties eighty, eight, eighty, nine, I had a full twenty-six show series again on a local affiliate and it was called laughs and it. was a live taping of the shows and then presented on television. This was before the evening at the Improv in some the other shows that came bit later it was kind of breaking new ground but since it was only local holy local people thought. So it didn't really take off but we sure had a lot of fun producing it in the entertainer seemed to enjoy doing the television productions. So let me tell you about this week show it was originally aired in nineteen, eighty eight. It was part of the laughs TV series and this is a terrific one it features headliner. Timber. Door closing the show and there's a video presentation put together by partner Bob Stober ner and Carlos Allah's rocky. You may know that name he's the voice on several television cartoon characters was also one of the stars of Reno Nine, one one where he does the voice over and then the character Tony King is played by my partner Bob Stove. And I'll tell you a little bit more about that. We also have comedy and rap entertainment, a Phil Baumann something a little different and opening up the show one of our favorite regulars at the club. This guy came in all the time started off as a featured act ended up headlining are shows I, know you'll enjoy him. Let's hear it for Frank Prince.
Unbelievable 90s Country Facts You Didn't Know
"So I saw this article on the boot DOT COM Unbelievable nineties, country facts you definitely didn't know some of them. I'M GONNA know you're going to know Eddie's here by the way because we're such nineties country fans love it but it's pretty funny to read some of the stuff. The Ninety S I'll read some what they wrote here. The nineties changed everything about Country Music Garth, Brooks Shania Twain Alan, Jackson, George Strait, but some of the facts that they share ready. Yeah. Keith urban makes an appearance in the music video for Alan. Jackson's nineteen ninety-three hit Mercury Blues. He was also the road guitars for Brooks and Dunn prior to becoming Keith Urban Yeah. Yeah I think he's playing guitar on the video, right? I don't know I didn't know you like I've seen this video and he's one of the guitar players in the video what I remember most about. This was home improvement because Alan Jackson won on home improvement did this song toll time right I remember that I know everywhere to the song don't think. So because of that. Lone. Stars. Hit amazed. was written as writers, Aimee, Mayo, and Chris Lindsey were falling in love with each other Mayo says they're feeling started pouring out as they were riding the famous love ballot. Oh. My with the the writing together. Wow I have trouble share my feelings in words sometimes can you imagine? Riding a song lyrically. And what if one of them writes a little more passionately than the other the other one's just not into it like you know love me as much. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, Tricia Earwood Leeann rhymes both received grammy nominations for their individual versions of how do I live rimes performed the song at the grammys and then right after she performed. She stood offstage because that was the in the winner is. End. TRICIA earwood one crazy. There was a whole con air fight about that song. Where they had asked. TRICIA. I believe Tricia to do it or the movie and then Kellyanne had already done it. He have. But Leeann did it for the movie I right and they did not using it Tricia? So they had both versions crazy in the same category. Do they hate each other because of that? Or they just kind of like whatever it's over I don't know. I. Separately, talked to Tricia about this, right? Yeah. She didn't seem too bothered by she also one. Okay that's probably also won the grammy. I think what she said was she remembers Leeann doing the performance in that category categories right after the performance and then that's when you know you're about to win because you're categories right after you perform. And so they just expected her to win. That Lien was in the movie right? Not Tricia. Pretty. Sure Tricia I can check it. I barely remember this as a kid. But yeah, that's an uncomfortable thing. We'll come back to that. Little known facts about Chris Gaines who is Garth Brooks alter-ego Chris Gaines was in a teen pop group called crush. And he spent two years undergoing plastic surgery to repair his face after violent nineteen, ninety, two car crash really is Chris Gaines on on streaming services nowhere I would not even on Youtube I would think of it's all garth earth just keep that to Garth I actually liked Chris gain stuff I'm going to be honest with you. There's a whole part in this in that garth documentary that I watched on Netflix there's a whole segment on it word where they're talking about Chris Gains and Tricia Earwood is. Just protecting and defending it as hard as she can say, like all you guys that hate on Chris Games, you've got your stupid because you didn't listen at Chris Gains. It was amazing I remember liking it. And everybody hating on it it'd be like what he did Saturday night live as Garth and Chris Games was just confusing for a fan. Explain it you have to explain it. You're not going to get what they want you to get from it, and that's what Garth said. That was the problem with it. It was just it was too much of an inside thing for us and we didn't market it right well, I was going to be a movie correct fell through and then it just ended up being the music they were GonNa make for the movie. Yeah. Mine did you find the Leandra stuff? Yeah. It was Tricia Earwood in the movie at the end. So what happened with Leeann rhymes then they initially went to her to record it she recorded it and then they went with Tricia. Virgin. Dirty at hurts man Deana Carter strawberry wine was inspired by Boone's farm. Strawberry Hill Flavor Know you didn't drink in highschool you don't drink now but men in highschool that boone's farm. that. Was the easiest to buy, and that's what everyone drink numerous people passed on the song to record it including Tricia earwood speaking of Tricia. She was again not for me. What? What Smash Razi home. Early on billy ray Cyrus was dogged by rumors that he used to Chippendale dancer. I remember that rumor. But he was so good looking or you believe it like that's a great thing to have as bad rumor about you that you're a chippendale dancer you gotta be like ripped and hot to do that. Okay. Three dudes you're talking about this but I'll ask you like right now current country artists who would be who who would fit that rumor chippendale dancers. Sam Maybe Sam was Sam Hunt. Keith. Couldn't keep me one made a little too small I think. About Dirks No, we'll do small. No just doesn't have to be a chill you to be almost cartoon Lee rip okay. And Keith this thin and in good shape but. Like me, I'm thin in a good shape I'm not cartoon. Sam maybe like that Riley Green Ball He. ripped. Yeah Repton. Just, like leave it there map. Justin lunch maybe. I don't know I see that though I did see that that's kind of plays off the short career as a chippendale dancers bragging vegas yeah. George Strait. Tried to get the name of his movie pure country changed too because he believed it was more than just a country film it obviously. Didn't work.
4 steps to ending extreme poverty
"We. Are Witness to monumental human progress. Over the past few decades expansion of the global marketplace has lifted a third of the world's population out of extreme poverty. Yet, we are also witnessing astounding failure. Our efforts to lift people up have left behind doors in the harshest forms of forty the ultra poor. What it means to be ultra poor goes beyond the monetary definition that we're all familiar with living on less than two dollars a day. It goes even beyond not having assets like livestock or land to be ultra poor means to be stripped of your dignity purpose and self worth it means living in isolation because you're a burden to your own community. It means being unable to imagine a better future for yourself and your family. By the end of two, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, about four, hundred, million people were living in ultra poverty worldwide. That's more than the populations of the United States and Canada combined. And when calamity strikes whether it's a pandemic, a natural disaster or a manmade crisis, these numbers spike astronomically higher. My Father Fuzzy Ahmed gave up a corporate career to establish BRAC here in Bangladesh in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, two Bangladesh was a wreck having just gone through a devastating cyclone followed by a brutal war for independence. Working with the poorest of the poor my father realized that poverty was more than the lack of income and assets. It was also a lack of hope. People were trapped in poverty because they felt their condition was immutable. Poverty to them was like the Sun and the moon something given to them by God. For Poverty Reduction programs to succeed, they would need to instill hope and self worth so that with the little sub support people could lift themselves out of poverty. Brat went onto to pioneer the graduation approach solution to ultra poverty that addresses both income poverty and the poverty of hold. The approach works primarily with women because women are the most affected by ultra poverty but also the ones most likely to pull themselves and their families out of it over a two year period, we essentially do for things. One we meet a woman's basic needs by giving her food or cash ensuring the minimum to survive. To, we move towards a decent livelihood 's by giving her an asset like livestock and training her to earn money from it three, retrain her to save budget and invest our new wealth and four we helped to integrate are socially I into groups of women like her and then into her community. Each of these elements is key to the success of the others. The real magic is the hope and sense of possibility they women develop the close mentorship they receive. Let. Me Tell you about jury. Jury was born in a remote village in northern Bangladesh. She never went to school and at the age of fifteen, she was married off to an abusive husband. He eventually abandoned her leaving her with no income and two children who are not in school and were severely malnourished with no one to turn to for help she had no hope. Join a joint brags graduation program in two, thousand and five. She received a dollar week to cowes enterprise training and the weekly visit from a mentor. She began to build her assets but most importantly, she began to imagine a better future for herself and her children. If you were to visit join us. Village today. You would find that she runs the largest general store in her area. She will proudly show you the land she bought and the house she built. Since we began this program in two thousand to two million Bangladeshi women have lifted themselves and their families out of ultra poverty. That's almost nine million people. The program which costs five hundred dollars per household runs for only two years but the impact goes well beyond that researchers at the London School of Economics found that even seven years after entering the program ninety, two percent of participants had maintained or increased their income assets and consumption.
What John Thompson Meant To DC
"What was it like for you to cover John Thompson and the Hoyas as a young reporter? What were your interactions with him like? It was. You know it was an education was twenty, three, twenty, four years old and that was my first beat but John was a handful. As you can imagine, and he controlled everything we control the player access you controlled access to himself and draw the program, and so John was someone that you You had to kind of meet on his terms. Can you describe he was six foot ten? He was just this literally and figuratively massive figure. Can you describe what it? was like to be in his presence well, I mean look any six, ten, three, hundred, pound guy is going to have a certain amount of power to him. You know he wasn't nimble I won't say he was Nimble but he certainly had the meeting of former athlete and you know he had a big loud booming voice nothing had happened by accident I had no intentions of being a basketball court. I. Wanted To be a teacher basically social worker kind of person freelance. Knew. How to use his size and his voice to great effect and I, was not the recipient of John's paint peeling yelling as as the players often were but they will tell you that there was just there was just nothing like it when he really was angry and was coming after you about a mistake, you made a decision you made. He certainly tilted the room when he came in when their buzzer went off and they said it's over. We didn't stay up and down the hallway and talk with people kissing is just so we can get a good article written about us he coach during the glory days of the Big East what do you remember most about his team's and just the style and the way that they played? Well, the frenetic full court pressure was their thing. To set up an impressed. Retract. Very physical teams anybody that came into the pink dot hit, and that's just the way that they had always played. Here. And that leads to a lot of confrontations. A couple of pretty bad fights. But a lot of grabbing and holding things like that. And that's just the way that they had always played in obviously worked for them. David you're born and raised DC. Can you talk about what John? Thomson and the Georgetown Program? Men's to people in DC and in particular to black basketball fans in the city DC was like a lot of cities in the eighties dealing with a lot of different stuff that was that was very difficult. The year is only sixty days old during that time. There have now been ninety-two homicides here in the District of Columbia last year sixty to eighty percent of the murders in the nation's capital, we're listed as drug related. You had the explosion of crack cocaine in DC in in the mid eighties just devastated whole swath of the community and you had Marion Berry who was this incredibly polarizing figure, and this is before his drug problems came to bear. He was polarizing well before then because he insisted that these rich white guys that tended to run the city hire black people all the people who only know Marion Barry through the nasty headlines in the videotape of crack cocaine. Don't know extraordinary work. He did in this in Washington to open up the doors of government to the black people of Washington you're shutout for years decades, and then you have this presidential era of Reagan, where there was a lot of hostility towards cities, there was a lot of cutting a city services. There was a lot of emnity towards people that were on welfare and they've perception that raking perpetuated was that all these people are welfare cheats and they're not in their bums and you're not working for a living perhaps the most insidious effect of welfare is it's usurpation of the role of provider. Public assistance for a single mother can amount to much more than the usual income of a minimum wage job. In other words, it can pay for her to quit work. These competing forces, all kind of colliding with one another in the city in the early eighties in the mid eighties and into that Maelstrom, you have this basketball team. That is good enough to win a national championship in one, thousand, nine, hundred, four. Jobs. The I ask championship. And then notice that the team is mostly black eleven of the twelve guys or thirteen or fourteen guys that get your attention in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, three, or eighty four you know rap videos late eighties is a Lotta Georgetown starter jackets in those videos. was torn concept had long hair and short baby came in national programs to the point where a lot of black people thought. Georgetown was an HP. Come to the. Question to see hundred. So there was this kind of interesting blend. Wall Street types and judges, and fortune five hundred CEO's with the people that cleaned the offices and drove the buses rooting for the same team and it was gonNA. Kinda, cold because it kind of it helped bring the city together in ways that really only the football team had done previously and it brought a lot of pride to the city as as a six. They were proving that black kids from inner city high schools could go to Georgetown and do work. They could do the work and that was a source of immense pride to people in DC Thomson was, of course, the first black basketball coach to win a national championship. But David you've written about how Thompson would bristle when asked about that accomplishment. Why did he? Take exception to that question will John would always say is that the question implied that he was the first black coach who who had the qualifications to win a national championship I'm not interested in being the first and only black do anything because it implies that in Nineteen eighty-four, a black man finally became intelligent enough to win NCAA, title and that's very misleading. And that was John's way of saying you know you need to understand the history of coaching. There was a lot more deferential treatment provided to white coaches for for decades and coaches like Adolph rupp that didn't recruit black players. was hostile toward black players. So that was John's way of saying you know do your homework. In nineteen, eighty nine. He famously walked off the court before a game to protest an NCWA rules that he felt disproportionately affected black students. undercurrent NCWA rules students can qualify for athletic scholarships by scoring seven hundred out of a possible sixteen hundred on the College Board Sat test fifteen out of thirty six on the act or with a two point average and certain. Subjects proposition forty two would require athletes to have both. What did he? What did he say about that? John's position was that both the sat scores and your grade point average could be impacted adversely due to the educational disparities present throughout public schools at the time black has weren't being taught the things that were on the sat. He made his point that you know these tests should not be the end all and be all in terms of determining whether or not a kid was smart enough to go into college. Moment existence and I. started into school that I would not been dotted with an opportunity to get a college education myself. He was recruiting kids that play but also kids that can do the work. So it was not as much an issue for him in terms of recruiting it was more the bigger picture of. Are we going to allow these tests to determine whether black kids can get into colleges and then they finally wound up modifying prop forty two as a result of it.
New York Mets Legend Tom Seaver Dies At Age 75
"One of the greatest players in the history of baseball alleged in every sense of the word in New York sports, and beyond Tom Seaver was known as Tom Terrific he died yesterday of complications of Covid nineteen and dementia at the age of seventy five, and where do we begin seaver transformed the match from cellar dwellers to world champions three hundred eleven games eighteenth all time most important win game for the sixty nine world series. The mets winning the championship legend thirty, six, hundred, forty strikeouts in his career six. The most ever still has the record with ten straight strikeouts in a game and of course, as much. Deserving seaver went into the hall of fame in Nineteen Ninety two, he got a then record ninety eight point eight four percentage of the vote more on Tom Seaver who was the nineteen sixty seven national league rookie of the year two seasons later on the first of his three Cy young awards also a three time nationally champion during his major league tenure and made the All star. Game Twelve. Times.
A strange Blue Flame
"Welcome to catch myths and mystery signer host kid chrome today a little insight into a different kind of fire at the heart of many seafaring stories going back hundreds of years detail of a blue fire coming up from top of a master crackling along the railing along the gunwales. Some sailors described how they had watched a blue crackling light move along the top of the water climb up the side of this ship wind around the mass where would vanish into thin air. Today we would refer to a sailor's description of a blue light moving around their ship, a saint elmo's fire. This is a weather phenomenon where a sharp or pointed object is passing through a strong electric field in atmosphere not dangerous if it can be an indicator of a charge difference around you making lightning more likely to strike you despite your location in eighteen ninety. Nine Colorado Springs and experiment by Nikola Tesla that utilized undoubted waves caused horses at the livery stable because suddenly Bolton kick free of their stalls, even the insects felt the effects of the electrical barrage butterflies became electrified helplessly swirling circles, their wings, sprouting Blue Halos of saint almost fire during World War One Germany had dozens of rigid airships called Zeppelin's they could travel eighty five miles an hour and carry up to two tons of bombs by the Nineteen Thirties Dr Louvred cder who overseeing the design of this upland step aside to allow the head of the company Hugo. To design the huge Hindenburg class airships in all tour bill designated L Z one, twenty, nine. The HINDENBURG was one hundred, three feet long with a diameter of one hundred, thirty, five feet is gas capacity was just south of seven million cubic feet I I flew in March nineteen thirty six American Airlines contracting with the operators of the Hindenburg shuttled passengers from Lakehurst Newark. Connections to airplane flights she carried thirty six passengers with a crew sixty, one and two thousand, nine, hundred trainees. The airship was hours behind schedule WANNA passed over Boston due to these headwinds landing at Lakehurst was further delayed by foul weather that included thunderstorms the captain opted to pass over. Manhattan. At six, fifty, five PM, the storm had passed and the captain directed the Hindenburg in the direction of it's more at Lakers were the ground crew waited. At seven PM local time the Hindenburg made his final approach from an altitude of six, hundred, fifty feet. The ship would drop rope in cable and be winched tied to more in tower. It began to rain the ground crew grabbed the mooring lines at seven twenty, five a number of individuals on the ground witnessed what they later would state look like a blue. Flame climb up the back of the HINDENBURG seconds later it burst into Flame Werner France was a fourteen year old cabin boy who is dazed by the fire. But when one of the ship's water bladders burst, he was drenched and managed to get out of a hatch used to load food into the kitchen once on the ground, he ran from the burning inferno. The only survivor to escape without any injuries he was also the last surviving crew member and died at the age of ninety two in August two, thousand, fourteen, another survivor was Joseph Spa. ADVIL COMIC ACROBAT. When he saw the first sign of trouble, he smashed the window with this movie camera which had been filming the landing. The film did the disaster by the way that's ship near the ground. He lowered himself out the window on hung onto window ledge letting go when the ship was perhaps twenty feet above the ground his acrobatic instincts kicked in and spa kept his feet under him attempted to do a safety role. When he landed, he injured his ankle nonetheless days Woodley crawling away on a member of the ground crew came up, swung the diminutive SPA under one arm and ran him clear that fire days lady during an interview and investigation was determined that sabotage was. The, cost of the flames but Saint Elmo's fire and that had caused the initial spark that caught the gas on fire. A different
Why Does Your Business Exist? with Jimmy Mellado
"In business and leadership everybody's talking about purpose vision mission goals you know all that stuff sounds fancy, right? We know enough to know we need this stuff but what the heck is it especially purpose. This idea of purpose can feel kind of philosophical or mystical. I'm GonNa tell you though it's not guys. It's the reason you exist and if you don't have one you're screwed. From the Ramsey network, this is the entree leadership podcast where we business leaders grow themselves their teams and the Prophets I'm your host Daniel Tardy today. My guest is Jimmy Mulatto. Jimmy's been a part of a successful startup. He's an Olympic athlete and today he's the CEO of Compassion International. He leads a team of over three thousand employees and over thirty five countries. Talk about a guy who understands why you have to have direction a goal passion fire a purpose. And for Jimmy. Figuring out his purpose started at a really young age. There were some real strong themes early early in life than I immediately think back of Nicaragua. says. A little boy was born outside the United States grew up in six different countries. I'm one generation away from poverty. My mom knows what it's like to keep a dirt floor clean daughter migrant farmers on the Mexico US border, Mexican culture but my dad and her married and they were adventurer. So they move forty one times in sixty two years of marriage. And I was in six countries before celebrating my first birthday grew up and seven. So fascinating and I love the my childhood. But in in nineteen seventy, two, I was living in Nicaragua and third grade and I watched the Berlin Olympics and something happened and I said I WANNA be a part of the Olympic movement and that started you know sixteen years of training and working and dedicating myself to getting just developing the skill, the craft, and all these different events was a generalist I wasn't a specialist I just loved all the events and the decathlon fit me. Purpose that you had loved to be a part of the Olympics that drove me for sixteen years until seeing that that vision realized and that's just one area and purpose can emerge in different areas of life. You have an epiphany have calling you have a transformative moment or something traumatic happens, and then all sudden this energy inside of you wells up you wanNA make a difference. You want to make an impact somewhere. That's the birth. Of purpose it could be purpose for life. Yeah. But everybody's looking for purpose, but it could be purpose for. An organization every organizations dying to have real purpose defined it. You know a lot of times purpose. I know in my story a lot a lot of businesses we work with it starts out as as something closer to survival or just pay the bills. You know you're not really thinking about this big impact. You'RE GONNA make on the universe it's almost like, yeah, that's for smart people. I just got to get this thing off the ground. Is it always that way or the big organizations that really make a difference do they know from the beginning like this is why they're gonNA EXIST Well I mean I don't know for certain but from my experience, it's always been that way for me. When you're starting something, it's fragile. It's not defined. It's just got energy and you don't know where that energy is actually going to go my first year leading a startup organization the Willow Creek Association, which is a training leadership training organization that was started in thousand ninety two when I was a part of that as a six employees, we lost a quarter million dollars at first. Year and our very existence was threatened. So our immediate like right here purpose was survive another year survive another day survive another payroll. That's the real visceral reality of startups and and they're all consuming. But that more closer in purpose it really does always have to be in the context of a longer longer-term purpose and I will say this it's not always clear. It's not always clear what that longer term purposes when you're a startup situation, you've got some that created there was the sense. That hey, we want to help churches thrive. So the Willow Creek Association got created but then how does that look? What's the priority? What's the focus? What's the strategy? How are we gonNA do that and how are we going to do that in a sustainable way? So all those questions get answered it takes time to answer them and in the meantime you gotta survive. Yes. It seems like you're saying it's not an exercise you do at a retreat it's more a process that you. Refine. As you're figuring out what you're about and you're experimenting with the marketplace Senate, it's evolving to some degree. Absolutely no doubt about it. Net actual real life experience is speaking into how that purpose will get crystallized and become clear over time and it will if you keep pursuing it,
Are Cell Phone Payment Plans Considered Debt?
"Brett is in Columbia South Carolina Hi Brent. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey Dave Hey Rachel. Hey, what's up to my question for you today is me and my wife we've been working the baby steps. Baby step two, but we've come to a point now where we've got kind of a fork in the road it's basically, we're looking at our cell phone bill and we're wondering if we should go ahead and pay off our cell phones to lower our bill from about two sixty a month to one, ninety five or if we should take the six hundred and eighty dollars that it's GonNa take to pay that off to pay off another debt, which is six, hundred, ninety, two dollars. So, it's we're like, right they are added and I'm just like you know I see the financial advantages of lowering our monthly bill. But at the same time I'm like we can go ahead and knock out that debt and be out of it. Well, you got to pay it off this time time right? We're not gonNA keep the phone debt right? Right, right no. No, and actually as both for cell phone six, hundred, eighty, two dollars. That is the debt that we owe you know is is actually where my wife bought a new cell phone last year. Okay and she financed it through an outside company, the the six, hundred and eighty. That's that were kind of like paying. Views both of them are debts. Both of them are cell phones. And both of them are around six hundred and eighty dollars. Why would you just not pay both of them off? Well, that's what I'm asking is it's The cell phones that were paying through at and T.. It's part of our service contract and we're paying it through our service contracts and it's you finance moths at and T. Your wife financed her cell phone with one outside of at and T.. Correct. They're both debts. Okay. So you're saying it doesn't matter which one you pay off because in the end you're going to be paying off. One album anyway at the rate you're. Down you're probably GONNA, pay them both off this month. Aren't you? Doing anything that's not male band. been doing good. All right. Michigan now is that does that answer your question? Is that what you're wondering? Yeah I go I just didn't know. I figured. I, guess. Probably. Yeah. This is the this is the evil part of a t and T in verizon and so forth. Okay. When they finance your cellphone into your phone bill, you don't think of it as debt. Right yeah, and that's that's that's the great mystery of how they pulled pulled that wool over our eyes. It's soil debt. You still borrowed money as opposed to when I get a cell phone they're either giving me one because of the contract were on or I'm paying for it. Right. Then when I pick it up, one of the two it's going on you know we're we're paying for to mmediately. So we don't finance cellphones over on payments whether it is with the cell phone company or with an outside party, and it shouldn't you have. Then we're just going to get rid of that. They've changed over the past couple of years where it's like Kinda this like finagled thing within your bill, it is and it can be very, very confusing. So intentionally confusing hundred percent. Totally. To finance it, and they totally don't want you looking at the interest rate they totally don't want they just WanNa make it easy for you. Easy for it. That's what they want. Yeah beware of those people man I'm telling you just like anybody's GonNa make it easy. Yeah. That's problem.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Ninety two right now sunny at o'hare eighty seven degrees at four thirty one CBS news update the Supreme Court decides the future of a federal program that protects more than six hundred thousand people brought to the U. S. illegally as children the court has ruled in favor of the so called daca program CBS news chief legal correspondent Jan Crawford it's not a broad decision yeah yet it does remove the immediate threat of deportation for these says hundreds of thousands of people who came here as children and it also leaves this issue open now for the trump administration to assuming that they're going to it's going to be in office for a while I didn't go back at it again Republican senator Marco Rubio says issues like daca should be decided by Congress not the courts you can agree that we need daca and disagree with the fact that the Supreme Court is not the right place for these decisions to be made that's not certainly the way our constitution was designed president trump tweets that he plans to release a new list of potential Supreme Court nominees after today CBS news update on that Piper WBBM his time four thirty two Illinois's top law enforcement officials applauding today's Supreme Court ruling preserving daca and protecting dreamers Attorney General Cuomo I rule released a statement after the High Court ruled in favor of Illinois and a coalition of fifteen other attorneys general along with several other plaintiffs against federal attempts to end the deferred action for childhood arrivals program will tomorrow June nineteenth also known as Juneteenth it's a day that commemorates the end of slavery in this country the recent protests demanding racial equality have also increased calls to make Juneteenth the next federal holiday because of when is the associate director of the center for black studies at Northern Illinois University he says for black Americans Juneteenth is as significant a day as independence day marks this moment in our history where we that as a nation we were saying yes no one can live in and conditioner for servitude Flynn says Juneteenth also gives all Americans an opportunity to reflect on the inequalities and injustices that still face blacks and other minorities as well as what can be done to address those issues Lang says the U. S. Senate has approved a resolution recognizing June nineteenth as Juneteenth independence day he says it's awaiting action in the house Jim good as newsradio one oh five point nine FM well this Monday the Chicago area re opens the lakefront trail and the six oh six we saw a few people running biking and walking on the close trail here on the south side before the park district superintendent Mike Kelly in the mayor Lori Lightfoot announced the re opening we have a number of people were volunteering their time as social distancing ambassadors they're there to help keep you safe please be respectful and be polite please please please follow the signage and keep it moving the lake front will be open from six AM to seven PM the beaches are not opening yet the mayor said she doesn't want to see people getting fined or arrested for not following the rules she said she prefers to educate them on the lake front Mike Krauser newsradio one oh five point nine FM there's a lot going on for suburban landmark cast iron horse trough has been a landmark in Glen Ellyn for over a century it was a gift from a local businessman in nineteen oh seven last year it was dismantled and taken to a shop to be refurbished the trough is white with a large bowl in the light on top it was originally for dogs and horses but in recent years the balls were used as planters for flowers the daily Herald reports the refurbished trough we placed in front of the civic center around the fourth of July meanwhile a replica trough in place for the intersection of crescent Boulevard and main street public works officials install the replica yesterday morning and officials say the installation would have included.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Is a ninety two and I was in the house central Los Angeles yes I was I was ten at the time I do remember that time of one rest from ninety two then to ninety four with what was going on with OJ and all of that I mean I do have a memory of that because nineteen ninety four I have vivid memories of United's twelve at that point obviously with the Knicks and Rangers all that was going on I do remember that but but yeah I mean also you know at the time it being so far away it was a hell of a lot different than your knowing businesses and knowing streets and stuff like right now at the age I am now it feels so much more personal of course what's going on right now than when I was ten and it was happening on the west coast I couldn't really understand the gravity of those LA riots until I got older and and read more about it so yeah I mean there's it's tough to compare these things that go on I know you mentioned before this is one of the strangest errors you have ever gone through and and all the things that he's seen in his time at WFA and that this is the strangest and the oddest yes sometimes there's that recency bias with things where you think that whatever is going on right in the moment is the worst of the best thing that you've ever experience but I do have to say that the fact that we have been home doing shows for three months over three months and are close to three months and now we're talking about you know rioting in the streets in this multiple cities for multiple days and this raging pandemic a we've got no sports to talk about that it's gonna be tough to top this one that asteroids gonna have to come to top this one I would think so yeah you know I I you know you just just when you think something is finished overweight then you're starting to come out of it and get ready to re open New York City and open the state and open New Jersey and the governor announces summer camps can go forward and things of that nature but all right there's there's a tinge of good news but then all of a sudden it did basically becomes a part of you know what is happening in society today and then you have a multiple faceted situation where I don't I don't know I don't know if there are enough crisis management classes in any school to teach this and how to handle this and how to react to it right well because not every decision is gonna be the right decision they're gonna be a lot of decisions that lead to a lot of mistakes and and in all of these aspects also being a curriculum from now on that's for sure you know mostly all without question in the history books for the rest of time all right boomer NGO on the fan and CBS sports network why tell you about Jack one physical therapy they've now launched tele therapy throughout all their locations and here's how it works if you're unwilling or unable to attend your in office physical.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Ninety two it was a real it's what the cell transport hold acceptance it's a personal vehicle that is the same get ready for warmer weather the sale save on some residential shorts tees and tops plus risking a rewards even faster now real ninety two three Ellie urging you to stay home saving life starts with you from the southern California to go to dealers traffic center we make it easy Hey how are you really go to how are you really dot org sure how you really feel and you'll be part of an historic movement taking a huge step towards de stigmatizing all mental health conditions how are you really dot org is brought to you by the mental health coalition a group of passionate organizations and individuals working together to end the stigma I heart radio is proud to be part of this movement and you can be too at how are you really dot org the day Leslie if you dream of a career where you can make a difference start with hands on training to become a nurse good American career college dot EDU.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Ninety two some of the greatest scenes on Seinfeld was from this and some people don't even know you know they have these out takes when you used to get the DVDs the festival episode there is a scene where Frank and Kramer walk into the Delhi and he's got the pole any scraping the pole on the ground that was not supposed to be in the screen but he did it and hysterical but for me the the funniest moment of all time is when George Steinbrenner shows up at their house and tells Frankenstein all that George is dead and he's trying to explain it to them as they're sitting on the couch and you see Frank looking down and shaking his head and he looks at George Steinbrenner and says why did you trade trade Jay Buhner when you have a chance I put it up on my Twitter feed go check it out you'll see what I'm talking about anyway a life greatly lived ninety two years old posing in the king of queens also was married to Anne Meira to great comet I guess comedic actors all throughout their lives the father and mother of Ben Stiller who is turned into you know eight go to comedic movie guy I have a couple of dogs but some good ones anyway I just had to start with that and you know I am the Honeymooners Seinfeld taxi mash Big Bang theory two and a half men curb your enthusiasm I got a whole list I don't know what yours are I used to love I dream of Jeannie when I was a young kid Sanford and son all in the family I was never the I Love Lucy I've never watched The Simpsons I'm just getting into the office right now my kids got me into it yeah you know it's OK especially at this time laugh I never the by the way never seen Frazier Larry Sanders show love that anyway laugh a little I don't think there's enough of it and unfortunately it turned on the TV and you almost want to cry some of the crap that's going on by the leadership of this country all right the market wrap is brought to you by investment dash models dot com that's Jim Moore back one of the great market timers no grey areas with the man you're either in or out of the market was proprietary indicators go check it out investment dash models dot com okay I I don't know when we have our little break but that let me get into it right now there are moments in time in the market where are how do I put this it's like you use same bowl you know who he is like the fastest man alive I'm not running against a turtle there are points in time in the stock market where it's like you saying bolt running against the turtle and what do I mean by that let me let me fix that use the same bolt running against a lot of turtles that's what I mean we're just letting you know right now we're starting to have it just the kind of just started in the last three weeks even though it started before that but really more in the last three weeks where so many areas of this market are just plain turtles and when we mean turtles we really do mean turtles and then you have you same bowl and there's really there's more than one area of the market there's like a few what is namely one that's really showing himself in a big friggin way nineteen ninety nine is the greatest outline your event I have ever seen greatest out liar event I've ever seen I came back in nineteen ninety nine several times see we are so many areas were left for dead I believe last week I even explain that to you with the nasdaq went up so when so while the S. and P. didn't do much the nasdaq went from twenty nine twenty five break out to fifty one thirty two from late October to March while the S. and P. went up fifteen percent the nasdaq went up eighty it's not often you see that.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC
"W. R. E. C. E. I. ninety two point one FM Clint Cooper with the redeemer's group in Germantown Tennessee and you're listening to real estate mortgage shop and now back to your host Joe garner right that's what we're talking about today champions were talking about home and home loans advantages for our military first responders teachers teacher heroes and around real estate mortgage shop on Joe garner your host mortgage loan officer you can connect with me at J. O. garner dot com you can also email me J. O. J. oh garner dot com and pick up the phone I want to hear your story nine oh one four eight two zero three five four in the studio today we have Jim and we have faith Jones of remax experts in Germantown Tennessee and they are affiliate partners with homes for heroes that's what we've been talking about today and Jim and Fay how do we contact you guys the our cell number is mobile four zero two one two three four and you can go to the website check out all the things we're talking about all the details at nine oh one hero dot com all right we're going.
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"ninety seconds" Discussed on WRVA
"Of about ninety seconds when you say difficult feelings give us some examples of one of the difficult feelings people might have sure I'd and in the book I talk about eight and and line thinking around this is that if people can be able to experience and move through these eight comfortably enough because then they can actually start to pursue whatever they want in life and the eight are sadness shame hopelessness anger vulnerability embarrassment disappointment and frustration can really they're all different in that summer easier to handle than others that might be there actually are my view on that is that people had some people are better enhance handling what I would call the angry end of the continuum like anger and frustration and other people are better at handling this sad and disappointed are more vulnerable kind of feelings so it so I think it differs if we were to if you want I were to get into a discussion of that you might find it easier to handle certain feelings and I might find it easier to handle others sure it's different it differs for each person well I know there that you know some people for example when they have one of these eight rather than face it they try to run away from it and you know the different different aspects of these eight possibilities you handle in different ways but is there a general way to tackle all of it at one time yeah well I think the key again is is the first this is stay aware of what you're going through so I want people to use that to be able to but to be aware as opposed to avoid so to move toward the pain or the unpleasantness and then if they can do that by again tolerating the bodies bodily sensation so it's like right it literally is like writing writing ways.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on REAL 92.3
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"ninety seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"He was ninety two CBS's Steve Kate them as the longest serving congressman in history. John Dingell was not just known for his longevity. But for how much he packed into those fifty nine years. Very important. It is. How long how well Dingle took over? His father's congressional seat in nineteen fifty five after he died in office, the younger Dingle would fight for the Civil Rights Act, Medicare and the environment. Well, being a champion for the auto industry in his home state. How important it is that we pull together to work for the common? Good. But big John is he was called. By colleagues grew tired of the hyper partisan politics that had become the norm on Capitol Hill. His retirement in two thousand fourteen Steve Kathan, CBS news in an online posting titled. No, thank you, Mr. Packer. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, owner of the Washington Post is accusing the National Enquirer of blackmail and extortion by threatening to publish revealing photos of Bezos and his girlfriend if he didn't stop an investigation of the supermarket tabloid Loyola Law. Professor Laurie Levenson very sensational story raises some really interesting questions about on what basis the Enquirer decides to publish their information or not publish their formation. Virginia state is rocked by more political and racial controversy. I'm Jim Krasula in Richmond. Virginia a top Republican has been caught up in Virginia's deepening political crisis states, set up majority leader Tommy north was managing editor of the Virginia. Military institute's nineteen sixty eight yearbook it includes racial slurs at least one image of a purse. In black face. In a statement. Norman said he did not appear in or take any of the photos in question. A giant figure in major league baseball has died. Frank Robinson was Eighty-three hall of fame. Baseball writer, Bill Nadan, Frank was maybe one of the most underappreciated superstars baseball ever. Had. I say that because he was one of the all time homerun hitters was third third or fourth on the list when he retired Washington National star. Ryan Zimmerman says Robinson was his first big league manager. He says Robinson was a living legend who made baseball in the world, a better place. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance. Shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance..
"ninety seconds" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Ninety two nine the game. Alcan's play. Let's go. Crossers civilian? Nine. I'm Amy Lawrence with a CBS sports minute. Even if we knew the other shoe will drop at some point it was still a shock to see. The breaking news Mike McCarthy fired by the Green Bay Packers. I can't help. But wonder if Mason Crosby makes his last second field goal forces overtime against the cardinals and the Packers pull out a win. Does McCarthy survived the coach week fourteen barring criminal action or something like that? I object to firing coaches midseason McCarthy had earned the right to finish the job. But regardless of the timing. There's plenty of blame to go around from the coach to the quarterback to the receivers to the offensive line to the defense to the kicker McCarthy is the drastic move. And it's not a bad thing to get a fresh voice in move leadership by all accounts, the offense had has been cohesive or operated as unit all season. But to put all the blame at the feet of McCarthy, it's far too simplistic. I'm Anne Lawrence. Hey. Yeah. Yeah. Would I.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on 600 WREC
"W R, E C and ninety two point one So we had this show. A lot of Freeland few weeks ago talked about nanoparticles smart dust, talked about how these inert particles are in everything clothes you wash or clothes. You wear the clothes you wash actually because they want to know what the closer doing. It's in everything you do. Okay. Assange says is in paper could be painted into the walls to put these in walls. People can listen to what you're saying. Okay. And the reason why is because they got one trillion sensors they have to deliver to all the parts of the country that want five G they want to have this nanotech for the city, the smart city of tomorrow. All right. And all this is for generations, e and I told you that we need to pay attention to a generation Z is up to that's the generation that is younger than the millennials. Let's stop bugging millennials. They're establishing themselves. Now, we don't have to bitch at gen-x because most of us are either on the cusp of being a baby boomer a genetic, sir. I'm a Twitter because I was born in sixty four no one markets to me. I mean, the only the only thing that tweets are excited about if they even cares. The kiss. Farewell tour and their second one. So. We care about right now. And whether or not Star Wars is going to be saved in the end anyway. But see that's the thing is that you know, every generation has its values and generation Z right now wants the smart city. They want the five G they want the power they want it all, but it takes a lot of work to do. This a lot of power. To do this. A lot of time. And then how you gonna take one trillion sensors? Put them in communities in cities across the country. And do this in what two years? Dust people with them. You dropped dust. It's like magic fairy dust, it's smart dust. It's the stuff the Julian Assange talked about here. He is again talking about it. This was his last broadcast in terms of of things. Research prototypes now, which I assume being is by intelligence agencies or very small electronic circuits that you can just paper or put. Paint on the walls. Powered by the GSM stations. And they they operate as the GSM radio-wave office through it gives them an alpha very small time to do things. So obviously that tendency is going to continue like the internet of things. If you like. Intelligent, evil dust, scattered everywhere. Like like confetti in everything. So. I think it's. Increasingly hard figuring beings to work out how to deal with us Forbes reporting today apart from Julian Assange that the devices that he's talking about Julian did this apart from the Forbes documents Forbes put out this document today put out this. This notice today saying the devices are smaller than a grain of salt. There micro electromechanical systems called memes or MEMS MEMS Mems or memes. They're often called motes they are officially real their official, and they very well could be coming to a neighborhood near you. Fours reports that they are miniaturized devices. They are sensors. They have sensors cameras and communication mechanisms in them. And they are there to transmit the data. They collect back to base in order to process. Furthermore, Forbes reports the potential of smart dust to collect information about any environment. It incredible detail could impact plenty of things in a variety of industries from safety to compliance productivity. It's like multiplying the internet of things technology millions or billions of times over in the cities of tomorrow. Peanuts not very far away. Smart dust is now mainstream although it has failed to reach the cable news networks, it's mainstream in magazines like Forbes and science Julian Assange said this before he was caught off. And now he doesn't do broadcasts anymore. It's important to note. It all those who believe in staying away from the internet is going to keep you off the grid. This is the chief reason why it's going to be used and that is for full spectrum control. Everyone has has been or will be exposed to smart dust. That's the only way they're going to be able to put those trillion sensors in by twenty twenty. It's the only way that they're going to meet the FCC's requirement for the infrastructure and surveillance state panopticon, they want to install in the smart cities, moving everybody into the cities because of gender Twenty-one and because of summit twenty thirty. This is the future for generation Z and partly the future.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"ninety seconds" Discussed on X96
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"ninety seconds" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Ninety two currently in huntersville it is ninety one in gastonia eighty nine and in uptown it is partly cloudy and ninety two weather brought to you by charlotte comfort systems heating and air conditioning i'm chad bauer news talk eleven ten ninety nine three wbz join mark patrick hypnosis and stop smoking now without cravings irritability weight gain or your money back i use habit i just could not hit chuckle turkey no rabble quit in one night only forty nine ninety nine guaranteed stop smoking now once and for all in addition lose all the weight you want one hundred percent guaranteed with mark patrick hypnosis destroy unwanted cravings late day eating binges board amid stress eating joined the over half million people who have attended and lost weight mark patrick way twos your seminar july the charlotte hilton garden inn hotel weight loss seminar from eleven am to one pm and stop smoking seminar from two to four pm or monday july ninth at the charlotte courtyard airport hotel weight loss seminar from five thirty to seven thirty pm and stop smoking seminar from eight to ten pm more info at mark patrick seminars dot com i love summer is heating up a little too much for me so i like to sit out on my screen porch with no seth not before noon on sunday and tech in lucca that beautiful outdoor sisal that i had installed fanny here for carpet discount warehouse it's always a good time to update your outdoor carpet pool or on your screen port carpet discount has just what you need a great selection of indoor outdoor sisal and seagrass maybe you'd like just an area rat for that deck or your ports they can do that and you can be sure that prices are fantastic because they buy in bulk they can give you top quality brand name carpet setup big discounts just stop in take your carpet they'll measure making area rag right in the store and install it this he came back with your favorite beverage in a whole new carpet discount warehouse sixty one hundred east independence right behind.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast
"On him as like the laughed ninety seconds of the first half like all hostages ran away from them and then tom's obviously furious and what you expect is for them to go to locker room and then like michigan state's going to come out in look let michigan state and they just didn't they came out and it was more of the same but for about the first i say eighteen minutes the game it was kinda back and forth whatever like a and then ohio state took off and then it came out in a second i just kept porn in on it was an impressive performance it was and sue credit to ohio state i don't know what they're gonna wind up i mean maybe they just wind up getting into the nit and that's okay by the way um did you know that would be an acceptable season given what they have but this kind of win it does help and in fact the fact they blew that game two butler in portland maybe something end staying in them down the road because who knows where this is going to go but if they just miss if they don't get in it's going to be because they lost that game they should one against the bulldogs who like ohio state have a win over a number one ranked team in the country so credit to them michigan state i don't think we need to get to deep on them right now let's let you know it's a it's a road loss i still think this is a topfive team in the country and they they bound they got rectors at home wednesday michigan at home in indiana at coming up so they've got a goods and then they go on the road illinois like if they lose one of those gp let circle back but i think that we're going to be okay with a spartans overall maybe they're not the number one team in the country right now but i still think this is going to be a once he will make it to march uh real quick i was you can state listen on sunday morning i had him ring.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on KELO
"Ninety seconds so as you start seeing videos in your feed just oh you're gonna start seeing more adds associated with it are they say they need to do that to make the the service more profitable and of course more profitable means more money but means more adds that we're going to see and our facebook feed and speaking of money targets told trying to compete with amazon on walmart now it's almost like the underdog guy so this past week target said okay we are going to get into sameday delivery to but in order to do that we're going to buy a company called shipped and they paid five hundred and fifty million dollars for target they say is going to use the start of technology platform to bring sameday delivery to half its stores by twenty eight t and finally andrew let me ask you a question when you're hungry you know when you're hungry i mean can you feel let me is it something that that your body says andrew hungry songs who's like a trick question yes of course a new one i'm hungry now at do you know when does your body tell you when when your full does your body cedi like okay i don't need any more that was a way you gotta works okay and then if you eat too much does your body absolutely say wow that was like way that was too much bacon ju don't ever do it again we'll version no such thing bud yes every single time well the reason why bring that up is because now we have new technology that you put this on your refrigerator this little tiny robotic magnet but us robotic and it's going to.
"ninety seconds" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Ninety two one so philly's station online on and on your radio on the fcc today said to start unraveling rules to ensure net neutrality net neutrality rules that were imposed under the obama administration have prevented internet service providers from blocking or prioritizing content or slowing down the speed with which some internet content reaches you could exceed net neutrality is anticompetitive and the current fcc chairman says he believes the rules give the fcc what he calls a roving mandate to micromanage the internet with only one democrat now on the commission the net neutrality rigs are widely expected to go jan johnson washington he would have beatings time won twenty five it is time for the business report joan doniger from bloomberg business it's not a big rebound investors however are keeping the stock average's in positive territory right now the dow is up twelve points the nasdaq twenty four that's up about a half percent the s p three strategists say the data on regional manufacturing released today as well as a near record low in firsttime jobless claims point to firm economic growth in texas here's are winning the day some strategists crediting bargainhunters after the worst sell off of the year but it's the two and a half percent gain and walmart shares that leads the dow after the company posted its fastest ecommerce growth in five years last quarter investors were also impressed by the fact that earnings samestore sales meet analysts targets ibm as a pioneer of the move to work from home but now the company's giving thousands of workers in the us a choice come back to the office or leave the wall street journal says ibm thinks the move will improve collaboration and the pace of work i'm joan doniger bloomberg business for kyw newsradio business always twenty five fifty five after every hour kyw news time on twenty seven during piazza honda's perfect record sales event you can lease the two thousand seventeen accord lx sedan with automatic for just sixty eight dollars a month what say that again sixty.