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Call of Duty

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04:23 min | Last month

Call of Duty

"Army navy and air. Force. All Have East sports teams, serious gaming teams that compete in tournaments and these days. You can find members of those military east sports teams on twitch playing first person shooters like call of duty warzone. Oh Fuck on Yegor could end typically what it looks like. You know the video game is dominating the screen. There's a chat room that runs on the side and people could ask you questions or like joke around with you. Go down and. That was close the military version of this is people in the military, usually in a a uniform and when I say uniform I mean Niece Sports GonNa form okay. But looks more like like an Athletic Jersey branded as the army or the navy. And they're playing the game. and talking to people that come into the room. Mid People ask them questions about the navy or the army like what life is like there and they talk about it. It's like office hours for the military but over video games. Right exactly gamers forever have been sitting on a couch with each other like playing video games and like talking and hanging out. wildwood. Girlfriend law twitch is a way to. Do that on a worldwide scale right and so what the military is hoping is that they can get into that space to like start a conversation with potential recruits to understand how we got here. Matthew says you have to go back in time we want to go back to like twenty eighteen. So in two, thousand, eighteen, the military has a recruitment problem. It's struggling to reach the right audience because they're putting their money in the wrong place they've been spending money on television for years, tens of millions of dollars. And it's not working. It's not getting the same amount of return as used to young people are watching television at the they used to be. Now I'm sure you've already reached this conclusion but the young people there on the Internet watching Youtube twitch. So the military changes tactics, the navy, the most transparent about this. So we're going to use their figures to illustrate the change in strategy in two thousand seventeen the navy spent almost half of its advertising budget on TV ads but by twenty, twenty, ninety, seven percent of the Navy's advertising budget was set aside for online advertising. So they've taken all the money that they're spending on television ads sporting events, and they're reinvesting that into digital spaces. Hello it's me William the Navy Hires Youtubers, like William, Osmond to make video set on. Naval Bases Navy has challenged me to an actor. He's known for making wacky engineering videos like Jackass. Meets mythbusters in one Video Osmond tors around naval base airplanes and helicopters. Rolling out. There have a car a thorough. He's quite the contrast of the pair of really stiff navy cadets showing him around, and here's another way. The navy starts putting money and energy into digital spaces. It starts investing in East sports teams, and so do other branches of the military. Here's a Promo for the army's team which formed in two thousand nineteen. It sounds too good to be true. But yes, the army has created in East sports team and is actively looking for soldiers to wear the black and gold as competitive gamers. tryouts for the team were held this year and members of the team will specialize in certain games either as individual players or part of multi-player squats. Before the pandemic, the military's E. sports teams would put on Athletic East Sports, uniforms, and compete in in-person tournaments or go to gaming conferences. But when large events shutdown these started streaming their game play online for while this entire thing, this military gaming program seemed to fly under the radar. The streams only got a couple dozen viewers at a time, but then as so often happens on the Internet with a single viral post everything changed.

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Are You Putting on Enough Sunscreen?

BrainStuff

05:19 min | Last month

Are You Putting on Enough Sunscreen?

"As I record this, it is August which here in the northern hemisphere means hours of outdoor time under the blazing summer Sun. But even though many of us do wear sunscreen to help prevent sunburn skin cancer and the kind of skin damage that the beauty industry calls premature aging recent researches found that we're not applying that sunscreen is thickly as we should hang its effectiveness by about forty percent. Sunscreen is rated for Sun Protection factor or SPF WITH SPF thirty able to block ninety, seven percent of ultraviolet rays, the higher, the SPF, the greater the protection although even SPF one hundred doesn't block one hundred percent of UV light. The problem according to this recent research out of University College. London is that few of US US enough sunscreen to enjoy those high levels of protection. Lead author entity young explained to US via email that to calculate ratings in the lab. Sunscreen is applied thickness of two milligrams of product per each square centimeter of skin. He said, an average woman has about one point, seven square meters or eighteen point three square feet of skin for a whole body sunscreen she will need about thirty three grams or one point. One fluid ounces with three whole body applications a day that's about one hundred grams or three point four fluid ounces. For reference, a fluid ounces roughly equivalent to a shot glass of sunscreen and a large tube of sunscreen holds eight fluid ounces of product. So a person spending a full day in the Sun should use about half a tube by themself. Are you using that much sunscreen probably not young and his colleagues estimate that our real life application of Sunscreen is closer to about point seven five milligrams per square centimeter at less than forty percent of the recommended thickness as a result or not getting anything close to the ninety seven percent protection promised on a bottle of SPF. Thirty. The good news from young study is that you can get away with using less product with SPF of fifty or higher. They found that even the real world application rate of point seven, five milligrams of sunscreen per square centimeter if using SPF, fifty provided considerable DNA protection compared to untreated skin. So does that mean that you should run out and buy the most expensive SPF one hundred or spread your regular SPF thirty as thick as cream cheese on a BAGEL. We also spoke with Ivy Lee a board certified dermatologist based in Pasadena California who explained that you could. But that the best daily Sun Protection Strategy is to keep it realistic. Lee, said I tell my patients to go for the highest SPF possible. That feels good on the skin for daily use. How do you know you're really applying two milligrams per square centimeter? No one knows we don't want to induce anxiety over this we want to build healthy habits. Skin cancer is the most common type of cancer in the United States and exposure to ultra-violet or UV. Light is a risk factor for all types of cancer including melanoma more than nine thousand, three, hundred Americans die for melanoma every year. UNPROTECTED EXPOSURE TO UV light damages the DNA and skin cells leaving them more susceptible to skin cancer DNA damage can result from either a few severe sunburns or a lifetime of cumulative sun exposure. Incredibly the American, Academy of Dermatology reports that getting just five or more blistering sunburns between the ages of fifteen and twenty will increase your overall melanoma risk by percents. and. Lee says that although skin cancer is less prevalent in people of color exposure to UV, light can also cause premature aging they sunscreen use will slow the appearance of wrinkles and age spots for all skin tones. Healthy sun-protection habits include avoiding sun exposure during the peak between ten am to two PM wearing a wide brimmed hat and sunglasses went outside and full sun, and of course, applying sunscreen on all exposed skin even in overcast conditions. For full coverage, Lee recommends starting the day with a cream or lotion type sunscreen preferably fifteen to thirty minutes before you step outside. Instead of measuring out of full shot glass of product, Lee tells her clients to think of applying sunscreen like a massage or can fully into the skin without missing a spot since body sizes vary and product spread. Differently there's no preset amount that works for everyone. Lease suggests reserving spray or powder type sunscreen for fast reapplication on the go the ideal is to reapply every two hours but lease as a more realistic plan is to reapply around lunchtime if you're going to be out all day. If you're heading out on water sanders snow more frequent applications are required because UV rays reflect off of those surfaces. According to Lee it's a myth that you can't burn the palms of your hands or the soles of your feet. Also, tablets and other hand held devices reflect UV light too. So pick a shady spot if you're going to spend some time in the sun scrolling.

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Houston hospitals say they can handle Covid-19 spike as reopening pauses

Houston's Morning News

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Houston hospitals say they can handle Covid-19 spike as reopening pauses

"Had for Houston hospital leaders here for the Texas Medical Center having to reassure everyone after all the scaring tactics of national press they say they're ICU capacity is fine despite the recent increase in testing positive a corona virus patients now Houston Methodist CEO doctor mark boom he says their ICU beds yeah they're almost ninety percent full but that's why you have those beds there you know we are seeing younger patients we are seeing a shorter length of stay we are seeing lower mortality and we are seeing lower ICU utilization right now with the dynamics we are seeing with the honest at this point time it's not all covered some of it is just heart patients that's what they do their concerns have been rising after the Texas Medical Center said this week that they were at ninety seven percent capacity but you know here you go

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Coronavirus: Houston ICU's at 97% capacity

KNX Programming

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: Houston ICU's at 97% capacity

"The covert nineteen crisis worsening in Texas as CBS's Manuel Bojorquez reports in Houston the picture is increasingly dire the city's ICU beds are at ninety seven percent capacity according to the mayor and CBS news has learned that if the pace continues Houston's largest medical facility will run out of ice to use space in just four days young people are said to be among some of the hardest hit in terms of the rising coronavirus

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Airline Cash Flow

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:44 min | 3 months ago

Airline Cash Flow

"All right our first story comes in from our Listener Linda. This is from one mile at a time surprising statistics about mileage, plus about united, mileage plus. In, we see that united has announced financing in the amount of five billion dollars secured through the airlines loyalty program. This is part of their to have seventeen billion dollars in liquidity by the end of September. Separately CNN reports that that's three times the cash. They normally have on hint. Of course all the airlines are. Struggling essentially with their cash flow situations and they they need to have. Cash on hand united is amongst them of course and It's it's an interesting strategy to take their mileage plus program and leverage off some financing based on that and the findings. He's GonNa come through Goldman Sachs Barclays. And Morgan Stanley and united will have seven years to repay that. These affinity programs like mileage plus our big business for the airlines united estimates that the value of their mileage plus program. If it was a standalone business, would be twenty billion dollars, so there's a lot of. A lot of revenue that changes hands here. We need Dan back as guest to explain all this 'cause. I tried to read how they mortgaged their frequent flyer program to raise five billion in my head started to hurt. Well I'm just thinking I I'm GonNa. Leave the show early right now because I'm GonNa, go start the airplane, Geeks, mileage plus program. I mean there's this is a twenty billion dollar business. We're wasting our time here, guys. I know it's It's pretty amazing so. The, the partners United Partners Pay United to award miles to their own customers, so says things like credit, cards and hotels when you earn united miles or mileage plus miles by reserving at a hotel or using a credit card. United gets a piece of that action and it adds up to quite a lot. So that large part of it comes from selling miles to other airline programs. I didn't see them call out specifically income from credit cards for example card I use most often still is the united mileage plus a credit card. I would imagine they must be earning. Some money from chaser manages that card. Even My my Hilton Program have the option the option of taking my awards, my my points, basically that I earned from staying at Hilton, properties and I, either get Hilton points which I can redeem for rooms, or I can get united, miles well Hilton. Kick something that United Four that for Hilton. There's value because it's you know. It's a service can offer its customers. If you look at the one mile at a time website. It gets down to break some of the stuff down. Like seventy one percent of the cat is offer twenty, one, thousand, nine hundred. Seventy one percent of the cash flow is from sales miles purchased by third party partners. But then when you look at how it was redeemed, ninety seven percent is redeemed by. using it on united. Right for travel, in yeah, only three percent of those milder redeemed for non travel rewards, it does make you start to wonder if the the planes are just kind of you know aside business. Instead they're making money off of mileage plus baggage fees. You wonder at some point Could this be one of these businesses where you know you give away the the razors for free, and you're making it all on selling razor blades. Absolutely I am particularly these days, but even you know even without the huge drop in air traffic is the result of the pandemic. Even before that the aircraft, just the promotional item Eb. Senses Yeah and in some in some way, so it's it's a really interesting business. It's not always what you What you think we also see here that you united his made an SEC filing an aide filing in in that filing. We learn a little bit more about the program. that united mileage. Plus program has over a hundred million members. And that fifty percent of United's flight revenue comes from mileage plus members. Which is that's? That's pretty high. Also the mileage plus program generated five point three billion in cash flow from sales in two thousand nineteen, and that's roughly twelve percent of United's overall revenue. So, Oh, another interesting The number here is it. The mileage plus program generated one point eight billion dollars in Eba, DA, which represents about twenty six percent of their total adjusted ebitda. That's. earnings before interest taxes depreciation and amortization. So that's that's sort of a A. Year of earnings from an operating standpoint, twenty six percent of united's basically operating earnings from this mileage plus

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AMC, other movie theaters plan to reopen by mid-July

Dennis Prager

00:14 sec | 3 months ago

AMC, other movie theaters plan to reopen by mid-July

"Eight earlier this month AMC entertainment the world's largest movie theater chain warned it might not be able to stay in business a bit remain closed because of the China virus but AMC has just announced it plans to re open about ninety seven percent of its theaters next

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Business, government operate under new rules, market rallies

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 4 months ago

Business, government operate under new rules, market rallies

"A major U. S. airlines as it's getting ready to resume more of its domestic and international routes delta airlines says it plans to restart service to several of its destinations in June adding more flights in Atlanta and New York and delta says if the Chinese government permits it plans to add service to China meanwhile fin error a major Kerrier between the European Union and China says it's adding flights and routes beginning in July but budget carrier Allegiant air says it's April traffic fell ninety seven percent with destinations like Las Vegas virtually closed the Irish airline Ryanair is cutting around three thousand jobs and looking at pulling out of a number of airports in Europe I'm Jackie Quinn

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See great art from app in living room

Talking Tech

04:13 min | 4 months ago

See great art from app in living room

"Museums are closed right now. Due to the Kobe crisis but Brennan Echoes. Got Some ideas on how we can still see some beautiful art through a new a our APP that he's going to tell us all about a company called museum and he's going to tell us about bringing a using a are to bring great art into the home. Hey Brandon eight Jefferson. Thanks so much for having me yeah. You're absolutely right. I mean Kobe. Nineteen has certainly sent shockwaves throughout all of our lives but especially in the world of art and Culture Museums about ninety. Seven percent of the world's museums have been closed and the great treasures and resources that they contain have been inaccessible to the masses and so we as a company that focus on helping the world's museums and cultural institutions connect with audiences all around the globe using the power of of digital using the power of technology. We had been thinking a lot. About what something we could do to bring. These works into the homes of people all around so that they could experience the artwork make it personal and really revel in these masterpieces from the convenience of their own home so we rolled out an augmented reality APP and feature that. Make it possible to bring these paintings into every single room in your home that you can see the works right up close in person so this first of all the name of the APP is the name of the APP is art museum. Ar T. Museum and it's available on Ios Ios and android right now it's available on Ios. But we do have plans to make it available for android devices as well. Okay so now. Let's tell everybody how it works. I'm in my living room. I've got a blank and have your APP in. I look up. Let Mona Lisa. Are you telling me? Yeah so we pick from some of the most famous works. That are available by public domain. So you can pick the Mona Lisa. Their works like the scream by Edward among Thurs works by Van Gogh So a lot of these great masterpieces that are in the collections of the met and the getty and the museums of Paris. We've made available Right in the right in your own home. We do have plans to start creating city specific tours Based on the great museums of New York and Boston Philadelphia L. A. And Go from there so we want to make it as relevant and personal To folks at home. So would you recommend the people go home and make find blanks place on the wall or take down some art to to have this experience. But yeah absolutely. If you're if you're interested in experiencing some of these some of our world's best art in culture that is currently locked behind doors closed due to the pandemic and and so on your download the APP Pick one of your favorite work. See How it looks in your living room or your or your kitchen. And you know overall I mean artfully such an important role in society. It's here in times like this and we encourage people to you know support these organizations take a look at the art and Um and hopefully it gives them a little bit of relaxation and inspiration Is the APP free? Of course we would never charge for something like that. Were very strongly believed that art should be accessible on. There shouldn't be an economic or financial barrier to this and we've also made this component free and available to the museum community so we're been rolling it out and in talks with dozens of organizations around the country around the world about how things like. This can help them play some sort of role in connecting people beyond you know social media beyond a two dimensional image beyond a livestream remind everybody the name of the APP so the name of the APP is art museum. A are as an augmented reality. T. Museum and I'm Brendan from Kuzan

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Cloth masks: Dangerous to your health?

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

04:09 min | 4 months ago

Cloth masks: Dangerous to your health?

"So some rather face masks again and not the football kind Dr Marilyn singleton anesthesiologist and constitutional and administrative attorney in Redondo Beach California so Dr doesn't mask help somewhat that's what the health officials say to a certain extent now there's a huge Vietnamese study from a few years back that was actually the first really good randomized controlled study of math and you don't want to hear this but the penetration of particles through Kwok now with ninety seven percent so they basically didn't stop much of anything and one of the real problems with these masks are moisture retention and moisture actually makes the filtration capacity worst so that's kind of the science of that whole thing and so without moisture in the mask you have increased risk of infection then we kinda look at sort of the personal use of the map Intel me how many times have you been in the store you see people with the masks on and it's kind of dripping down under the nose and and kind of shifting on their face or their touch interface still bunch you got it and trying to adjust the maps well knowing what you know what I told you that there's all these particles that are sitting on the map the more you touch it and get it on your hands the worse it is and the problem with that is it's like seeing people wearing latex gloves all the time and then they never change the gloves will you haven't really done anything one after two hours whatever on the outside of the glove seeks and to your skin anyway and then you're not protecting a person you're working less because the cookies from the last person are still on your gloves so it's this false sense of security that I hate to see okay so Sir do you is there a solution then because people are still going to venture out to buy food they're still going to go over and as more and more states including this one start opening up more and more businesses people are going out into the great wide world so if masks are and it least a part of an answer is it just what just social distancing is that it social distancing I prefer the term physical distance thing so we don't feel felt on social that that is more effective and has been shocked to be more effective than a mask that makes a person feel like they can get closer to another person from the mask has done nothing and I also hate to see these diviner masks and scarves and all this because in a way you it's it's putting sort of perverse light heartedness to the situation and then it takes away some of the seriousness he may get all cute well it's not cute and we do need to be serious about it but we have to do things that will work I guess I just don't trust everybody to do a good job of staying away I mean if you've been to the the market lately you know they have a tape on the floor people still get really close to units like excuse me back up a few feet so why would I do everything I can even if the mask helps me a little and maybe reminds people to where there's two helps them a little a little bit can still be of some help if you can't trust everybody to back up well I think you're right about that certainly if you're going indoors but the real key and the point I'd really like to make is don't wear it out fine you need the fresh air and and again this goes back years back when they put patients with TB outside in the fresh air getting the vitamin D. as well as fresh air and it's shown to be good and the bacteria disbursal is twenty times lower when you're having the amount that you would get on you twenty times lower when you're out in open

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Coronavirus infections rise in more than half of U.S.

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Coronavirus infections rise in more than half of U.S.

"Even as many governors lucid stay at home orders infections in more than half of the United States are rising CBS is Michael George from New York well the governor says new York's overall hospitalization rate continues to decline across the country at least twenty eight states on new cases rise over a three day average last week Minnesota's cases increased more than a hundred and thirty percent Tennessee's rose ninety seven percent and Ohio almost fifty percent on Capitol Hill former CDC chief Tom Frieden testified that by the end of may the number of coronavirus deaths in the U. S. will likely have passed from one hundred thousand mark

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Adidas says worse to come as profits and sales plunge

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:23 sec | 5 months ago

Adidas says worse to come as profits and sales plunge

"But it is forecast a loss in the second quarter as revenue slides because more than two thirds of the athletic wear maker stores are closed because of the pandemic the company said sales will probably fall about forty percent after first quarter net profit slid ninety seven percent and a recovery for adidas depends on China but that won't offset closures in North America Europe and

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Record 16.8 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 5 months ago

Record 16.8 million have sought US jobless aid since virus

"In just three weeks roughly one in ten workers have lost their jobs with sixteen point eight million people filing for jobless benefits it's a staggering fall and PNC financial services gospel Shays says middle get worse this will be the worst month ever for job losses we're likely to see the unemployment rate a move above ten percent in the near term with the economy grinding to a near halt Morgan Stanley says non grocery retail business was down ninety seven percent in the last week of March compared to a year earlier airline passenger screenings are down ninety five percent and hotel revenue eighty percent Sager mag ani Washington

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Reparations In New Zealand

Planet Money

09:17 min | 7 months ago

Reparations In New Zealand

"We start recording okay. Still it Mavis. Mullins started her career in in sheep bond in New Zealand. Her job was degrade the quality of wool. I loved it and war was such a beautiful natural fiber. It's actually a protein. Mavis is now one of New Zealand's most powerful will magnates. Her company handles a million sheep a year. Yeah Mavis is involved with all kinds of boards and trusts and a big part of her life. Is Hotel Rooms. Taxi CABS FREQUENT FLYER LOUNGES. Although initially she was a bit shy about that. Frequent Flyer status. I don't want to expose myself. Actually you saw. Of course there's nothing hidden. I am an elite gold club member and proud of it and I just want to point out that you can hear and Mavis this fundamental paradox of being New Zealander like myself. It's basically into us that we never spice to Brag but we're also meant to always tell it like it is and I find that really hard myself may mullins on the other. Hand is unusually deft. This she has this disarming honesty that let's just cut to the chase about anything and you you will like her even more. It has made her a great negotiator. Her friends know this about her her business associates and apparently her cousin because one day Mavis was on a trip to New Zealand's capital city. Which you just happened to run into this cousin. Eliza in Wellington we passed in the street and he said to me stop. Anita have coffee with your cousin wasn't just grabs you and pulls you into a coffee shop. Yeah that's how it started. Mavis knew it was about to come and to some degree had been actively avoiding very conversation. May this is Maree an indigenous New Zealander and she knew that her tribe was scheduled to sit down with the government for one of the most important negotiations in. Its history and negotiation for reparations. The more accurate word for tribe in New Zealand is e we May Miss E. We have been working towards this reparations movement for decades and at this surprise coffee meeting may cousin essentially was saying we need you Mavis. We need you to drop some of that jet set business life and come help the tribe come help. The every politics isn't always very pleasant. I'd rather be in business with the lines are pretty well drawn. So it's it's just a whole different ballgame. Did you say I'll think about it? I said I'll talk to you later. Wise Move Below. Welcome to planet money. I'm Kenny Malone and I'm Daria Moods the story of Zealand is unfortunately familiar. The country had an indigenous population was colonized by Europeans. And by the Nineteen Seventies Baldy had lost ownership of ninety seven percent of their land often through deception and sometimes violence but over the last thirty five years the New Zealand. Government has spent billions of dollars to build a system to address those unthinkable. Wrong and to try and actually pay for them today on the show we head to New Zealand to see how it works and to hear what it's like to put a price on history. We ask Mavis mullets. Because of course he agreed to help her cousin negotiate. Rangan said put on. Just hurry up. It's just get on with the support for NPR in the following message. Come from Hiscox. The business insurance experts who Taylor intelligent insurance solutions to fit each businesses very specific needs which may explain their ninety seven percents customer service rating. Get a quote or purchase a policy at Hiscox DOT COM Hiscox. Encourage courage money has a newsletter. We keep you up to date with stories about Federal Reserve decisions the Housing Market Opium Scooters. It's just the right amount of economics. Weekly go to NPR DOT Org Slash Planet money newsletter in New Zealand. There are two main islands. They stretch about a thousand miles in total. And if you kind of zoom in on the bottom part of the North Island you'll land here on a small mountain that Mavis mullins knows as Puka almost like an inland island dedicated to the boot song. The name polka comes from a model where that means flock of hawks all Windy Mountain. This is where Mavis is travis from her e we we see People Mountain People. We were people of the forest. That was a food basket. Prediction Castle Moat Play. Grand was Kim was there chemists. She says it was their pharmacists. Mauri the indigenous people of New Zealand were way ahead of Walgreens. They were using leaves and seeds that now show up and Commercial Pharmaceuticals. Mavis remembers being sick as a little kid. Her Grandma was able to just collect ingredients from the forest poultices and potions things like that where you like now. I don't want to drink that. Grandma was it would you? You didn't really have too much of a choice. You sit down and have this this'll help your tummy for Mavis. Ancestors way back. The forest was everything but then the European settlers came F. I just a handful of settlers who wanted to tear down some of the forest to farm. Sheep Mavis Z. We figured great. We can charge these settlers rent. They'll tear down some trees in some small plots but the we can preserve the rest of the forest but then the New Zealand government got involved after a series of bad deals unfulfilled promises outright deception by the colonial government almost all of the ease land ended up in the hands of white settlers and within just one generation. Mavis his ancestors went from being landlords. Four the white settlers to being there laborers their farm workers and sheep shares because of their own government. Wow just happened so quick. Without regard you would not good partners. We're not sincere. You're not true Be Nice to have you say sorry. Damage Mavis ancestors had gotten everything from this vast swath of forest and almost all of that forest was chopped down when the land was sold to white settlers. In fact there's really only one big chunk remaining now. Who is all? That's really lift of the forest. This is the last real remnant. That's an one pace. Fukuhara is the last real place where Mavis can go to see and feel and hear what our ancestors would have experienced but infuriatingly it was no longer controlled by Mavis E. We Pukhov fell into government ownership and to add insult to injury for all of us as life New Zealand. Maps did not use the name Puka. Mount Price was mount. Brace Mount Bruce and nobody seems to know exactly who bruce was or why Polka got changed to mount. Bruce certainly wasn't because it sounded better Pakeha. It sounds like a booed cool doesn't polka whereas mount. Bruce. Kinda doesn't have that same that I'm beautiful flow to us. Yeah now all of the history from the renaming of Puka to the mass transfer of land. This is not necessarily something that may this new in its entirety. All of this came together during the first stage of New Zealand's reparations process effect finding tribunal mimics witnesses. Promo ploy is audio is from Davis Tribunal. And there were hundreds of hours of testimony at this from regular we members including Mavis. His Dad Kimba shop and from land surveyors and historians land has demoralizing influence on the and also from legal experts for Mavis Z. Y. Which by the way is named Danny are? After months of testimony tribunal officials pulled together a single exhaustive history of how the government betrayed. Mavis his ancestors that history is a thousand pages long and covering all? The real truth was just devastating. Just how ruthless heartless and fast it was versions of the same story happened all over New Zealand. Maury make up about sixteen percent of the country's population now and they're about one hundred Mauri tribal groupings in New Zealand. Each could have their own one thousand page. History of betrayal Mavis is Maury experienced kind of social and economic shock that gets inherited generation after generation. I wish I could say that. It wasn't but it is it. Has It has multiplied. Mahdi more likely to die. Young Mario more likely to heavily. Cg -CATION Maria more than fifty percent of the population of prisons. The homeless these people that I grew up

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Thoroughbred Horses Are Increasingly Inbred

60-Second Science

02:29 min | 7 months ago

Thoroughbred Horses Are Increasingly Inbred

"Every thoroughbred horse alive today is descended from three stallions and a larger selection of mayors in Seventeenth Eighteenth Century England. Since then no horses outside this lineage have been permitted to enter the bloodline. That's a problem. We analyzed genetic diversity at thousands of genetic markers across the entire genome in more than ten thousand thoroughbred horses from all of the major reading regions of the world. This is the largest set of horses. That's been examined in this way to date Emily Hill Professor at University College. Dublin and chief scientist with an ownership stake at an coin. Science Company called plus vital and what we found was that there has been a highly significant increase in inbreeding in the population over the last forty five years and probably the greatest increase in inbreeding is seen in the last ten or fifteen years. Thoroughbred horse production is tightly controlled. Artificial insemination is not permitted which means that breeding stallions get moved around a lot for meet ups with females. These so called shuttle stallions can meet with hundreds of mayors per mating season and there are two mating seasons one in the northern hemisphere and the other in the southern in our study ninety seven percent of the horses traced back to a single horse cold northern dancer arguably the most successful stallion the twentieth century and his descendants have been the dominant. Sar LINES IN AUSTRALIA AND EUROPE. For the last twenty five years. Northern Dancer won the Kentucky Derby in nineteen sixty four breeding pairs are chosen for their athletic prowess and competitive behavior leading to strong selection for genes related to muscle performance in behavior traits at all have come together in the optimal fashion to produce an elite athlete but without genetic diversity you can get health and behavior issues related to inbreeding. Thoroughbred is unusual in this most managed animal and even plant production systems have genetic monitoring in place. The thoroughbred has no genetic selection or population management. That is addressed of an industry wide level the steady by hill and her colleagues in the journal scientific reports hills genetic testing system is available through her company with the DNA of America and the DNA STALLION. We can make in silicone predictions about the likely level of inbreeding in the hypothetical. Full measure arise from that meeting

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Chicago: Pritzker Wants More Spending; How Much Depends On Tax Vote

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Chicago: Pritzker Wants More Spending; How Much Depends On Tax Vote

"Illinois governor JB Pritzker outlining a forty point seven billion dollars spending blueprint but there's a big catch good evening I'm outlook statement came a lex news time nine oh three the governor says he's putting one point four billion dollars on hold so to speak until voters approving new graduated income tax structure at least the last fifty years the burden of shoring up our state finances has fallen hardest on the ninety seven percent of Illinois ins who make two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a year or less the governor's plan raises taxes for individuals or businesses filing as individuals earning two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year or more married couples with after and three hundred fifty

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How To Achieve Financial Freedom In 10 Years Or Less with Brad Gibb

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:54 min | 7 months ago

How To Achieve Financial Freedom In 10 Years Or Less with Brad Gibb

"Ryan say what's up to fire nation and sheer so the interesting about yourselves. That most people don't know what is up fire nation. Hey this is Ryan Lee and his Brad and guys The thing that most people don't about us We are to financial strategist and so many people think that we have all these degrees and pedigree one of us does one of us doesn't so I'm actually a high school dropouts And Bradley give over here is I have more degrees than fingers on one hand so so the interesting thing is how the two of US combined with our perspectives around money and finance. What it all means to help empower people in their financial planning. Well I love it and fire nation as I alluded to in the intro. We're GONNA be talking about how you can achieve financial freedom and we're talking ten years or less. We're not talking by the time you know thirty years. Forty years have gone by. Of course you'll be five x ten x down the road by them. We're talking in this decade fire nation. It is something that's been a focus of mine. One of the reasons I moved to Porto Rico. Three and a half years ago that might come up a little further on this conversation. And these guys. They've been helping people they've been connected with some great entrepreneurs actually about to be going to funnel hacking lives look continuing to up. Their education surround themselves with the right people. Suspicious breakdown four fire nation at the top this episode what Financial Freedom Actually Means John. I love that question. I mean you know. There's so many misconceptions. I think a lot of people throw around the idea. The concept the phrase financial freedom but as we talk to people about a very few people actually understand what it means that the simple answer to that is when your cash flow from your expense from your assets exceed your expenses. That's the simple answer but as you dive into it a little bit deeper you know in order for you to truly be financially free. There's one thing you have to own and it's your time. It's your most valuable and precious resource so when we go back to that simple answer of cash flow exceeding expenses that cash flow that you have coming in from your assets from from what you've put put aside has to be passive. It has to be income. That's coming in independent of you trading more of time to get it and you know as you mentioned we're on we're we're sitting in a hotel room about to go to our fifth funnel hacking live. We talked to a lot of entrepreneurs a lot of business owners a lot of W. Two employees and they make good money and some of them to a certain extent have saved money but they don't own their time so that that at the core is what we do. We help empower people in the conversation of money so they can own their time. Anything you want ads in bread. There's a thousand ways we can make money right but the conversations just are we making money. It's are we keeping it and is it positioning us to do. I am of a life of purpose. Wake up every day and do what we want to do. And what we're here meant to do to bring a Puerto Rico so quickly but that phrase you said Brad exactly why I moved to this island because I know that I've been making a lot of money for a lot of years but after California taxes federal taxes. I was like am I really keeping all this money and the answer was not really the move to Puerto Rico. The four percent tax. Everything has made the ability to do that. And that's why fire nation you've got to have your finger on the pulse talking to people who are smart in financial advising like these two cats right here because they are living there eating it. They are breathing. It's and let's just break down. Why why do most people struggle not just with money but with achieving financial freedom? A great question and loaded there. There's lots of ways we could go with this one of you just mentioned you said You. GotTa get advice from Smart People in John. I'd go a level deeper than that. One of the biggest problems with financial advice today is we're taking advice from people who themselves are still broke right or who themselves really don't have they might have textbook answers right. They might have answers that that sound intelligent by. It's really really hard to follow somebody or duplicate results when you're listening to somebody who hasn't done what you want to accomplish right and so a lot of it is is. We're just looking to the wrong places. Were we think that degrees we think that letters and acronyms after our names or big You Know Company pedigrees are the thing that are going to get US financially free. But it's like I I would hesitate to take marriage advice for somebody. Who's maybe on their fifth marriage or I'd hesitate to take parenting advice from somebody who doesn't have kids yet you. It's really really difficult if not impossible to live what you don't lead. And that's an epidemic in the financial industry today And then and then second to that would be because we're listening wrong people. We we believe in ninety seven percent of financial advice becomes dangerous misleading or outright. Wrong when we're not focused on answering the right question which really centered around our first response to to what is financial freedom so fire nation. Have you ever been in that gym class or you know? Gone into some kind of doctor session. And you're getting this advice. Health advices nutrition advice from just this overweight or even obese person like for me. I'm just like my friends. You're giving me advice that you can't even take yourself like there's no credibility there's no validity in that so you've gotta find people who have been there who have done that who have results who have testimonials who have proven concepts period end of story ends. You guys are known for Bowl statements. And I'm personally a big fan of bold statements. Bullishly break this down. Ninety seven percents of traditional finest dangerous misleading in outright. Wrong breakdown force. I love that and and that's kind of a controversial statement for shore and I'M GONNA. I'M GONNA take this back You know I think everyone can learn just about everything. They need to know about life from watching the Sitcom Seinfeld. You remember that one back in the day so funny I miss it so funny but In seinfeld there's this. There's this clip that George Costanza short bald. You know living in his parent's basement and nothing in his life seems to be working out and he's in the coffee shop with Jerry and his lamenting over the fact that he can't get a dates you know he can't hold down a job. Nothing's working and Jerry points out a really interesting thing you know. He says George. If everything you're doing in in your life right now isn't getting what you want. Then the opposite would have to be true. And George Ponder that for a minute he says you know what that's right. The opposite has to be true and so he stands right up. He walks over to To the bar there. And there's this beautiful blonde woman and says hey my name George Costanza short on fat on balls and I'm unemployed and I live with my parents and the blonde woman immediately. Response saying hi. I'm Victoria. I bald men. And so that's a reality man John if if people really take a step back and they look at the financial world everyone knows it. No one will acknowledge it but there is a major problem. There is a major problem with people not saving enough money going into massive amounts of debt putting their money in retirement plans that they don't control and then if you fast forward and you look at all these baby boomers like these baby boomers. Do not have enough money to retire and the relying on the government. They're hoping taxes stay whether at their you know. There's just a lot of problems. And if we keep looking at what everyone else is doing traditionally which is blindly putting money in a 401k with their fingers crossed hoping that it works out the reality of that is that problems just going to compound and so our goal isn't to help you do. What's not working better because again when you look to the Financial World. Everything is a plus one strategy. Well if you're getting five percent over there what are you.

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Boston: Record Numbers Enroll in Massachusetts Health Connector

Jay Talking

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Boston: Record Numbers Enroll in Massachusetts Health Connector

"The state's health connector is continuing its trend of rising enrollment you're after year enrollment in the Massachusetts health connector has hit a record high during the health insurance exchange open enrollment period that ran from November first two January twenty third three hundred and twelve thousand people signed up and now have access to affordable healthcare ninety one percent of last year's members came back in return for coverage in twenty twenty on top of that there were fifty seven thousand new sign ups and just over a hundred thousand signed up for dental coverage through the state health connector in total about ninety seven percent of Massachusetts residents have some form of health insurance

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Tips to Prepare for a Crashing Market

Power Trading Radio

08:38 min | 7 months ago

Tips to Prepare for a Crashing Market

"The market's up the markets down what is going on in the market as we start this new deck well let's think about it thanks for having me on the show at the thing about it is is that everybody you see in the market go up and up and up and pretty much every day and here we are again after another I'm began but but people realize this that the party is going to be over at some point in time and my opinion else for what it's worth everybody has different I think one of the next crash is gonna be brutal and here's why I think that we've had a lead been years pretty much of gains in the market right Paula Chile is getting weird were having larger ships up and down a lot so just means rapid on critical of and we got all that that that trade stops gone I think we just saw something which China but there's always going to be that we got to death bobbled what we borrow more money than ever before crazy global economy as kind of slowing down the dollars week and I think there is a tremendous risk to the average Americans retirement accounts and savings and why do I say that if you have kids yeah now you ma'am when your kids get their first credit card has a thousand dollar limit and I go out and buy pizza and go drink and and they run their credit card up and then they got another credit card alternate pay off their first credit card with the second credit card god my my kids aren't that old yet but now you were raised some warning signs for me right we have twenty three trillion dollars national debt I mean I don't even know what that number looks like on paper one four four trillion dollars budget this year okay we got corporate barring I mean it's just that the market is getting weird and they did a survey all the big corporate financial officers yes bank and what percent do you think that the we're gonna have a huge economic slowdown or recession in twenty twenty one percent twenty I would say you have a high number may be fifty five K. K. ninety seven but there may yeah the last couple weeks okay and I read this quote okay ninety seven percent of CFO's query believe either economic slowdown a recessional occur before the end of twenty twenty eighty eight percent so my point is if you're listening if I'm feeling but I am because chances are you're not prepared and don't tell me have three pointers house bars your we time to catch it all about money yeah right right right okay so it's so you're ill prepared how do you if the market's going to go down it if all these indicators are there how do you survive that how do you even make money when something like that is happening in so many people are going to suffer they're gonna lose money yeah they're gonna listen to face problems first of all you have to know how do you hold on to what you got right now how do you stop that yeah all this doom and gloom comes true and it's not easy and we have a process to help people do that and then how do we make it grow because you just you just can't stop investing see the problem is we never talked about this Pat our company in this online trading academy was really misleading because it should be called the online trading and investing a cat because not everybody wants to be a traitor now right I understand that hello education is the only way you can you know you can't go to you tube go on those get rich quick videos you can ask your friend there yeah your financial advisors gonna check it what you will do Pat you need to cut back and cut out your lock days every day what about you yeah I stopped by my wife that this you could buy it that's what you look like a male the Marcos you need yeah now your date itself most people don't know about this well there's a there's a there's a a new documentary about her so all all I rely on that looking want to ask you the most basic question and please don't laugh at me what is it what's the difference between investing and trading okay good question trading is an activity designed to produce short term income as you think it but we have to put two buckets of money in our life we have our cash flow back at which is our salary and we have our our well market which is our retirement account and what we want to do when we're working our money from our cash flow Bakit beads and our west back and then when we retire the money in our wealth bucket but surround and that takes care of our cash needs okay the manager right so that's what you have learned how to manage that all right but I I just I don't know the difference between trading and investing secrets are traded because you're such an and great interviewer I just lost my train of thought out so anyway so trading as an activity designed to generate short term income the trading means you there's day trading which everybody thinks is crazy but it's not where you're in and out of the market the same day some people like that some people down and then there is swing trading which is where people are in the market for a week or two which is less stressful and then there's there's there's position trading where you're holding things for your retirement so position trading is actually investing where we're just now getting strategies were analyzing are now we're making little adjustments and quick so that we can maximize our games and minimize the risk involved okay that's that's your two cent definition all right and and you know what it's worth more than two cents because now I kind I understand the difference between it so this is very very good all right I'm another basic question things are crazy right now on the news lance there are raising their absolutely insane how much should investors and traders pay attention to what's going on in the news and how should they react to all that well it all day you never can understand all that because we got all the we got the internet we got podcast and all this stuff and so it's really kind of hard to say you just have to know that is what is not what you know the kills is what you don't know so the way to do it is to get the best education you can make sure you understand what's going on the market and that's what we do twenty two going on twenty three years online trading academy which should be online trading investment generally we know what we're doing and we don't promise you it's easy with I'll promise you you're going to get rich we don't study a you have to give up your lot days you know that when I do that right and and you do have a core strategy which is patented and that's exactly what we're talking about here so we have a pact that strategy that doesn't guarantee you're going to get rich but that's that's a that's an organized approach to being a successful trader and or investor you know what I love about this is that if he truly is and investment education it truly is a telling you about your own money what's happening with your money how you can use your money and how you may be able to use your money more wisely than it's being used right now because so many of us simply have it in one of these for a one case we put it in there because it just comes out of our paychecks and that's it we never pay any attention to it it's like every other thing this taken out of your paycheck it's just you know a day a deduction and we don't even look at it as something that could be helping us to establish our retirement yeah I think about every week money comes out of your paycheck so you're you're buying you don't know at what level you buy you don't know buying it the most expensive price is the last couple weeks so the least expensive you don't know what you're buying from some person sitting at a cable going New York City trading your money and you've ever met them or or how to do it you don't know what you're paying for whatever it is they're buying that you don't even know anything about you know when you put it in these terms lance it's crazy it's absolutely crazy okay so we all need investment education and this happened online trading academy where the classes take place I understand you are for the first one free yes we have an introductory class it's two hours I teach it it's lots of fun and I try to make it not boring we don't try to sell you a condo and now you're anything we're just what you want one that we can have those about now what we're trying to do is say here's what we do it you know you're going to outlive your money the next generation is gonna live twenty more years after they retire on the issue of mutual funds or eighty five percent of mutual funds don't beat the overall market your financial adviser is is it you know and the less you have like five ten million dollars you're just the number they don't care about you say you you got to do something and if you have to write a grant of water grand you don't have enough money you're gonna be part sorry so in order to sign up for one of those classes I understand you call eight seven seven three three eight trade that's eight seven seven three three eight T. R. A. D. E. eight seven seven three three eight eight seven two three or you can go online to sign up for the free class and that is free T. a class

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"With ninety seven percent. Wow. Well didn't get treated. You must follow through the cracks measured, as PSA than about four years ago, PSA was four point six eight point three and then eleven and then last year was fourteen and the other bone scan showing the cancer traveled to the bone. So it's so sad. He was diagnosed early on, when most likely he would have been cured he or is doctors. And I would have to sue his doctor's never offer treatment him the cancer traveled untreated to the bones. And he said abnormality is pain and suffering. And he's coming here to get better results to get his cancer in remission. This is what we do he smokes. I curse him to stop smoking. He has some sure breath on exertion. I examined him is in large prostate his cancers traveled that doesn't mean there's not treatment, and this is the work we do to try to get him and his cancer in to remission to live as long as possible. And there's lots of messages here. There's lots of information and if you have a cancer, you may want to get treated early early treatment means highest success rate, of course, retreat, men and women children with cancer at any stage in grade. But we want the best results. We want to educate, we went to inform. That's why we're here on the radio too, so you can get the best possible care about a woman who's eighty years. I've been saying this for many years, she's had an abnormally blood test should a number of blood test. See a nineteen nine and I saw for a long time, and we looked for the cause of that couldn't find eventual issue is found to have a right, breast cancer, a small right? Breast cancer, shed a pet scans at a stage t one end zero M's zero so very early breast cancer. She in the past had a left breast cancer. Now shows a right, breast cancer, it showed a infiltrating. Well difference at cancer with. Labile carcinoma. And she did not want to have any surgery at biopsy. She did not wanna lose the brush not, what have lumpectomy chemotherapy, and we treated her why did we treat her? We treated her to try to make this cancer go away into respect her opinion, and that was to not have any chemo not have any surgery. This is the work that we do every day here at thirteen eighty four Broadway. When I came to New York, ninety seven percent of the women were getting their breast removed stacked Amies at the big hospitals where my practice eighty percent. Women ninety percent of women were keeping their breast, it was just the opposite ninety seven percent of women at the big hospitals and still to this day. There's much stacked Amies at the big hospitals here, ninety percent of women keep their breast as breast cancer treatment, it's a big, big difference. If you wanna see a result, you can see actual cat scans and pictures of the women, we've treated. Just open up our body book that you can call our office to get a book that mailed to you.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"These days and different technologies that help people get their friends to vote and the the differentiator with the technique. My organization is developing is that it's the most lightweight technique there is and it's specifically designed to get known activists to get their friends to vote. And so the way this works is can it's analogous to commit to vote card or commit to vote. Graham, where campaigns did their ordinary voters non out to this to pledge to hold three friends accountable to vote, and then this campaigns send those voters series of reminders before election day, prompting those supporters to urge their friends to vote can. So that's essentially what vote tripling is. And we're focused on non activists because ninety seven percent of democratic voters are non activists, and we define those people as ninety seven percent of people show up to vote for Democrats, but never bowling tear those campaigns. The second reason we focus on non-activist is because they're are more closely tied to your regular voters than activist like myself or probably activists like yourself in the last reason, we focus on non-activist is because there's a growing amount of social science research that says they are more influential to irregular voters than inactive this like me. It's it's our understanding that someone like me is is the boy who cried wolf when I tried to get inconsistent voters to vote, but if we can spark ordinary people to be voting messengers, we people be a lot more effective. And and so how this started sorry for prefacing not fronts. But so how this started was after the twenty sixteen election. I started looking for ways to get involved in campaigns to us what I've learned from behavioral science to to benefit a campaign. So it was out in Washington DC and one of the races rightness area was a woman named Cannock Arom who is running for state house of delegates in Virginia. And so we in partnership with her just as a volunteer developed this vote tripling technique that her campaign implemented on the doors when they would go knock on someone's door. They would ask them the traditional things if they info, and if they would fall in tier, but at the tail end of that conversation, they also asked folks if they could count on them to remind three friends to vote and so through that little pilot project, we learned two things the first is that people really delighted. Did to say, yes. A hold my friends accountable to vote and they founded a bit flattering where volunteer could say that personnel. Enjoy like, no matter how hard I try. You're gonna be way better at getting your friends to vote than I would be. And then the second thing we found was that when we sent people. These text message reminders, we got really really high response rates at the end tons of people telling us, yes, I'll reach them. Thank you for the reminder. Absolutely. I'll make sure they go things like that. And so this little pilot project with Dana's campaign was just happening in the background of my former job, and I went on to write a few articles detailing what we had learned from this pilot project and one of those articles unexpectedly cut the I obey political Flint's or pissed who offered funding on for me and another co founder to leave my job in work on developing this technique out broadly. So. So more and more campaigns can have access to this and use this as part of their get up to vote strategy. So how many campaigns have you know, worked with? Yeah. So we started in August of twenty eighteen ninety two days before the election..

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Ninety seven percent of the trucking industry is made up of fleets operating less than twenty trucks. It's impossible to ignore the importance of the largest fleets rolling across the highways of North America. These carriers are among the most influential in shaping the debate involving regulations trade and other industry issues. They also will be the ones hiring. The most new truck drivers during the coming year. It's for these reasons lead owner has just launched the four higher five hundred the largest listing of its kind anywhere. It is included in the January two thousand nineteen print edition and will be available at fleet owner dot com later this month also available in the print edition and online is a detailed look at the latest standard. And optional features available on new truck models as well as how companies are using up data technology to better manage their parts inventory to read these articles and sign up for subscription to the fleet owner print magazine visit fleet owner. Dot com choice Kaufman here, and I have an opportunity today to speak with a sales manager from code red roofers, Andrew yes, go let's say I'm in the market for a new roof. What is it? I should be looking for in a roofer first thing that you want to look for when you're looking at a roofing company as you want to find somebody who's been around for a while so code red roofers we've been in business continuously since two thousand four and we've grown steadily success like ours doesn't happen in a fly by night operations. Here refer should be licensed, and he should have insurance, and you should be able to show. You copies of that information when he meets with you, are you going to beat everybody else's price. I tell you what. Sometimes we're going to beat everybody's pricing. Sometimes we're not the one thing we can say is that we're going to give you a fair estimate with upgrade options for your roofing project. It's a big expense. We want you to have a roofer who's going to show up and finish the job. One thing. I always say is this is what you pay in value is what you get. So it's not always about the price. It's about the value and the products that are being put on your roof. Call code red roofers at eight four four four code red. That's eight four four four code red. Or visit them online at code red roof. Offers dot com.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on KNSS

"Every day and then on top of that you've got this kind of factionalism, within the Republican party is I've never seen a. President in my, lifetime so beleaguered by so many forces at the end of the day two years into his presidency he's actually standing Lastly let's talk about the and the death of the nation domestic Susie you. Talk about, the democrat plantation is still in business how would you what's happening this weekend last, weekend in Chicago there's going to be about three or four, thousand people shot there's. Going to be seven hundred murdered. About ninety seven percent of. Every black person. Murdered is black on black homicide ninety seven percent there's less than half. Of one percent which is police, related about one and a half percent white in about one and a half percent other so can you. Describe in your movie death of a nation how the Democrats the, plantation is still in business, for that party Yes absolutely I mean. If I can say if you wanna watch, the movie go to debt of a nation movie dot com and then flagging zip code boom it'll tell you where the movie flanks now my book of the. Same title, is, stop, titled plantation. Politics in the making of the. Democratic Party and what I mean by this. Is, that the Democrats are still running a different kind but. Nevertheless a. New type of patients it used to be a plantation. With only a single ethnic group blacks but now it is. A multi cultural plantation why because the Democrats have guessed they. Have ghettos so blacks but they have barrios for. Latinos they have reservations but native Americans if like they wanna, roundup every, ethnic group. You want to certain kind of plantation, where they create this intergenerational system of dependency on the Democratic Party and really all the features of the. Old slave plantation I mean dilapidated housing broken families you mentioned? The pervasiveness of violence nobody gets a head and kind of atmosphere Nihilism and despair all, these features, that the historian Kenneth stamps, found on the old play find patient hey you can find them in, Oakland in Chicago you can find them in. South? Texas in LA you can find it on the pine, ridge a native American reservation in. South Dakota but this is actually. The bleak and I would say even the, bigoted legacy of the Democratic Party in the worst place for a black person to be is in a Congressional Black district whether it's educational achievement job creation criminal. Misbehavior if, you're, if, you're a. Proud African American and a district. Controlled by black democrat statistically you're in trouble Well the Democrats. Have you know the reason the Democrats don't sticks these line. Nations is because they've got these people where they want them we. Spent trillions of dollars on on these communities but they. Never seem to, improve why, not because the Democrats, harvesting exactly what they want which is ninety percent plus of the African American. Vote so, why would they want to gentrify these places I would they, want to see you know new businesses. And Starbucks and a, change the whole real estate market and so on because. If that happens who knows where, these people come in they may dust, themselves off, and, decided to leave the plantation house the movie. During the first couple of weeks movies doing well. It's made the five million dollars in the, first couple of weeks that means it's. Been seen by five hundred thousand. People it'll be seen of course by Moin the theater and then a lot more in in DVD when it comes before the election so I this movie, is a way to, inform people, and fire. Them fire them up before November finished Isuzu you're a great American and I urge, you, to keep doing What, you're doing, you're strong you're brave you had to go to prison in a sense for some. Unbelievable fictitious charge eight, months in a halfway house the president, is now pardon you may you be free the rest of your. Life keep doing what you're doing and you're a great American. I appreciate it thank you and God bless America Vanessa Susan thank. You very much let's continue and by the way death. Of a nation, plugging zip, code go see the, movie I've seen I've seen it online is a wonderful film and it tells. You the, history of the democrat party and what it's done to America, not for America let's continue with more. Bill Cunningham the great, American live with you every Sunday night Breaking news. Trending talk.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

04:30 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Day and then on top of that you've got this kind of Paxil ISM, within the Republican party so I've never seen a. President in my lifetime so beleaguered by so many horses the end of the day two years into his presidency he's actually standing Lastly let's talk. About the and the death of the nation domestic Susan you talk about the democrat plantation, is still in business how would you what's happening this weekend last weekend in. Chicago there's going to be? About three or four. Thousand people shot there's going to be seven hundred murdered about ninety seven percent. Of every black person murdered his black, on black homicide ninety seven percent there's less than half of one percent which is police related. About one, and a half percent white and about one and a half percent other so can you describe, in your movie death of a nation how the Democrats, the plantation still in. Business for that party yes. Absolutely I mean. If I can, say if you. Wanna watch the movie go to debt of a nation movie dot. Com and then plugging zip code, boom it'll tell you where the movie playing not my book. Of the same title is stop titled plantation politics. From the making of the Democratic, Party and what I mean, by this is up the. Democrat still running A different kind but, nevertheless a new type of it, used to be. Patient with only a single, ethnic, group but now it is a multi, Altro plantation why because the Democrats have get they have ghettos so blacks but they have Borrego's for Latinos. They have reservations for native Americans they wanna roundup every ethnic group You want a certain kind of, plantation where, they, intergenerational system of dependency on the Democratic Party. And really all the features of the old play plantation. I mean dilapidated housing broken families you mentioned, the pervasiveness of violent nobody gets a. Head and kind of atmosphere of. Nihilism and despair all these features that the historian Kenneth stamp found the old play find patient hey you can find them in Oakland in Chicago you, can find them in, the south, Texas in. LA you can find it on the pine ridge a native American reservation in South Dakota, but, this is actually the bleak and. I would, say even the bigoted legacy of the Democratic Party and the worst place for a. Black person to be isn't a Congressional Black. District? Whether it's educational achievement job creation criminal misbehavior if you're, if you're a proud African American. And a district controlled by a. Black democrat statistically you're in trouble Well the Democrats have read on the reason the. Democrats don't sticks these line patients is because they've got these people where they, want them we spent trillions of, dollars, on on these communities, but they never seem to improve right not because the Democrats are harvesting exactly what they want which is ninety percent plus of the African American vote why would they want to gentrify these. Places why, would, they, want to. Seek new businesses and Starbucks and, a change the whole real estate market and so on because if. That happens who knows where these people coming in may dust themselves, off and, decided, to leave the plantation house the movie during. The first couple of weeks movies doing well it's made. The five million dollars in the first couple, of weeks that means it's been seen. By five hundred thousand people it'll. Be seen of course by Moin the theater and then a lot more in in DVD when it comes out before the election so I think this, movie is a way, to inform, people and. Fire them fire them up before November Jenista Susie you're a great American and I urge, you, to keep doing In what you're doing you're strong you're brave you had to go to prison in a sense for some. Unbelievable fictitious charge eight, months in a halfway house the president is now pardon you may you be free the rest of. Your life keep doing what you're doing and you're a great. American I appreciate it thank you and God bless America Vanessa Souza. Thank you very much let's continue and by the way. Death of a, nation plugging, zip code go see, the movie I've seen I've seen it online it is a wonderful film and it. Tells you the history of the democrat party and what is done to America, not for America let's continue with, more, Bill Cunningham the great, American live with you every Sunday night Message and data rates may apply earning your, degree from one of the top business schools in the, country might sound impossible to. Fit into your workload but what if there were a, business degree..

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I feel fine to really i take my my cholesterol is in line given that i'm taking a stat we're on hey wait a minute president trump is in better health put about ninety seven percent of american men and the news media's having none of it they're really looking for some kind of fatal disease they can hang their coup on they're hoping that there was something terribly wrong they're still on cnn this morning they're dismissing the report this is great stuff on cnn they brought in dr of their own he's he's a reporter is a doctor he's a doctor he's a reporter is address these dr sanjay gupta if you need brain surgery stay away from him i'm reliably told you want to do it this guy but cnn trotted him out this morning to once again say that president trump has hurt disease this is this is great no no ignore what the doctor said they physician that actually examined the president ignore all of that cnn here's rebutting contradicting the doctor's findings why wouldn't they either cnn after everything has to be polemical everything has to be a fight the polemics of polemics but the questions from the press conference yesterday with the the president dr who was also president obama's doctor by the way the press conference and the questions from the members of the white house press corps just hilarious it's a saturday night live skit and they don't even know it does he wear dentures what about tweeting is tweeting a medical problem the president might have what about his cognitive abilities isn't he flipping insane come on we think he's insane isn't the insane your doctor you're an admiral you must know that he's insane we know that he's insane and we didn't even examine him this is sort of where we are today cinemas thing it's truly amazing and i'm not even kidding don cnn has dr sanjay gupta and he's out there on the television this morning on cnn there are a little lower third graphic the graphics on the screen gender generated by computer it says dr gupta colin trump has heart disease that's what it says it says president trump has heart disease that's what it says yeah yeah i said it's just they're just saying they're saying is hurt disease then it turns out there is some funny wrinkles in this that that not everyone is aware of apparently but i i went and did a little bit of searching on al gore's amazing internet peace be upon him boy al changed the world didn't he i invented the internet now he's saving us from rising tides and from temperatures and things just like the n double acp which is now fighting the weather apparently guests all other battles have been one so they've moved down but i digress listen the news media yesterday just whack a doodle do they couldn't be crazier once again they demonstrate what they're all about and it was it was funny in its own special way and i think that there ought to be some medical exams mental exams tests for mental acuity conducted on members of the white house press corps and the news media in washington and new york because what we've got going on there is a bunch of craziness i mean these people are nuts i don't think they should be allowed to drive cars they shouldn't be allowed to raise children these people are crazy they're back guano nutty these this basket of deplorables known as the white house press corps aren't they amazing truly incredible stuff and and i'm going to get to that because it's fun and look our our phone lines are lines are up and we're at eight eight eight most of them are six three zero nine six two five eight eight eight six three zero nine six.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Pains the doctors can't diagnose is another one interestingly another is your muscular skeletal system how kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field we'll talk about that later i have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin ds effect on f levick performance how shark you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in the fog it seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin d is crucial for brain health those are the most common symptoms but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin d deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they'd been deficient for so long they think the way they feel and the way they think and they move is normal yeah he can't go by symptoms now you've written the vitamin d deficiency is probably the single most overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health talking you see something that's wrong i mean what what's the scope of the problem here in the us more and more studies are showing virtually everybody is vitamin d deficient of course it all depends upon how you define that i mean if you define vitamin d deficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of americans are vitamin d deficient but but many people many scientists and now thinking that idea level is forty and many of us now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty and if you use the cutoff the fifty than ninety seven percent of americans are vitamin d deficient let me ask you this when when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin d with a product like purity products getting that five thousand i use per day what kind of a difference are they gonna notice gonna make them feel better yeah that probably the first thing that they'll notice in effect on their feelings of wellbeing mood by wellbeing i just mean this feeling that you know you want to live you know some ways what's the point of going on from month to month a month where you you know you get up and go is gone and you're you just don't really feel like doing anything you know you're not excited about anything anymore you your mood level is low and and that's one of the first things and the clues that we had a sort of interesting the clues we had to mood are very similar to the clothes we had for heart health we're gonna talk about that later but but people who live the closer you live to the equator the better your mood the higher you live closer to the sun so the higher the altitude that you live out the better your mood and mood improves in the summertime so mood improves in the summertime and worsens in the wintertime now those were clues at vitamin d was somehow involved but just recently there have been a number of studies listen to this and the american journal of geriatric psychiatry they looked at hundreds of people this is what they found they found that people with the lowest vitamin d level eleven time eleven times more likely to have low mood and then professor reinhold visa the university of toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin d for a year or so and what stood out was their feelings of wellbeing improving their feelings of wanting to live life and they can feel the difference when they start to supplement takes about a month let me let me get this special offer because i'm watching the clock here purity has put together fantastic offer you've got the them at the recommended dosage the five thousand i use per day and you've also asked them to combine it with their omega three fish oils and there's a reason for that i want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better plus you're really excited about the fact that you talked him into a pretty good all you're paying for shipping and the shipping deals pretty good yeah when i approached jury i said you know vitamin d needs again it needs a special form of vitamin k expensive foreign vitamin k to it needs to run and i wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium and it needs sink and we'll talk about why that's important but then i said it also needs fish oil to work together synergistically and this is what.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Go to lou us calling also from brooklyn welcome to kurdish because we hear wabc louis hey guys courtesy he talking you know you have sympathy for the pizza guy which there's a lot of a lot of good people out there hard work is but how can you tell the difference between the pizza guy an ms thirteen guy if there is no knowledge of what they're doing in their life i if you remember i did not have sympathy for the peach guy from college point i questioned why you would be hillary impeaches to fort hamilton all the way from college moines queens secondly what kind of an idiot are you if you're an illegal are you going to try to get onto a military base with normal you have to show some form of identification till till to that guy he could have waited outside there were deliveries may to federal institutions and facilities all across america the illegals wait on the isle outside they're smart enough to know don't go in inside could you may not come back so no i was not in favor we still don't know the whole deal of that there's still a lot of questions on that case too you know that's a weird that we still don't know why the pizza guy went there so far away it's the there's a lot of questionable stuff there guys what i meant was that you know you were saying that why would they go after somebody that's not really has a criminal background well because his number just came up his name comes up some of it some of it is i think they're not looking at the cases case by case and they should start looking at it and evaluating prioritizing don't they do that every day da asia fish about ninety seven percent of the criminal cases never make it to court plea bargained out unless somebody like harvey weinstein and then it takes a while to ever come looking at cases and they're making decisions oh bus that from a felony down to a misdemeanor all the time but that but that's why and the one thing you know president trump said he wasn't looking at hiring more judges i actually wish there were more i agree and i also think there also needs to be more people evaluating these cases because guess what i think most americans even you know alexandra cossio cortez i think would agree that these bad hombres cannot be here why are we not getting rid of all the bad hombres first then you go to the folks don't be so sure that they wanna get rid of ms thirteen or they trainy caveats or any group in which publicly but publicly i think that they know enough no but you know what you notice that if they if if it were debate and they were asked and and we've had some great debates here my first question would be listen if you had such and such a person they would vacillate vacillate but i would pin them down and she would have to say that kind of person needs to even de blasio has said to his credit has said the bad guys we all agree need to get out meantime he prevents ice from getting the bad guys in new york city.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on No Agenda

"Rebels and ninety seven percent of all scientists sts in ninety seven percent of that sort of thing is galling in this woman comes on a professor all mexicans are rapists exactly we should we need a list we do need to list hit this well it's a big deal because justice kennedy has historically been the swing vote between the more liberal and conservative wings of the supreme court his decisions have helped provide rights to gay americans would marriage is also upheld abortion as well so with his possible replacement and president trump's commitment to replace him with a conservative justice democrats and liberals are concerned that perhaps this is the first step to roe versus wade which legalized abortion to being overturned so they tried to push senate leader mitch mcconnell to delay this confirmation vote until after the midterm elections on the slim chance that perhaps democrats will win enough seats to gain the majority in the senate but senator mcconnell we'll have have none of that he wants this vote done this full to secure a conservative justice on the court and that's why president trump met with several senators this week to gauge what would be palatable for them what type of minnie there a two pro abortion rights republican senators lisa murkowski of alaska and susan collins of maine who have indicated they don't want to see someone overtone roe versus wade senate a coal in saying that she sees as settled law so president trump would be wise to appoint a justice who has not previously ruled in ways that seem negative toward roe versus wade although president trump told us on on yesterday he would not ask potential nominees specifically about the views on this issue because he felt it would be an appropriate but we all standing by to see who he will meet here the next few hours as a potential replacement for justice kennedy you know what would gets me i don't think these journalists or anybody really if you ask them point blank what was roe versus wade about and what how does it how does that case or what was the circumstance in that case that led to the league the federal legalisation of abortion i don't think most people know because it was as nothing to do with the rights of the baby or death or when a child is is a person as nothing to do with that i think just review for a second it was the way it was done which i think is constitutionally very solid is the right to privacy under the due process clause of the fourteenth amendment that a woman it's women's decision to have an abortion but it is her privacy whether she does that and whatever medical facilitator she uses for that and when you really go down the line of looking at the fourteenth amendment that the due process clause in this is some pretty re i mean real basic stuff it also fold into the fifth amendment also pushes the pushes the whole issue onto the states a certainly does but it i think that people are very confused and they think that this is you know whoever whoever it is speaking whoever's whoever the person i religious fuck i it's gonna overtired it this is not something you just overturned by though it was a seven to two ruling that was pretty unanimous so it's it's it's it's a lack of lack of education what is recited the point you're right it's the beside the point because his point of you know it's like a point of order it's like a it's a vote democrat is your yes and that's all it is correct and it's it's a dog were in fact the democrats have been coined the phrase and i would say this dog whistle issue yeah to hillary's sale a time don't you say we're overseas wade you've just call out the dogs they don't know doesn't matter what what is really about it's just a dog whistle onto part to a lot of talk also has been said about the supreme court that it's just not diverse enough especially on an ethnic level and you're making these decisions on people who come from a wide range of different backgrounds any sort of sense that he might nominate somebody who is ethnically diverse than the current makeup of the supreme court yeah there is one nominee who if confirmed would be the first indian american to sit on the supreme court and that's a move the paul he's forty nine years old and currently serves on the six circuit court of appeals in cincinnati president trump was also came.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WTVN

"Has to be torn down whoever this justice is going to affect these cases and you know we have three other sitting we got five cases now seeing it the court and we have got to get this right i mean a lot of these decisions are five four this is going to be huge on religious liberty on the first amendment and on a lot of other issues and so do i encourage people are really being prayer at the president makes a really good choice because this could set the court for you know thirty years tell one last question i've only got about thirty seconds to to answer the left is already saying oh it's a done deal rovers is absolutely done i don't see it that way do you know no i don't think we know we you know it'll depend somewhat on the choice and on what tastes arises you know i wanted to i think we'll get there someday i do i think that and well all that means is it gets returned to the people i think eventually this is gonna be up to the people to decide rather than five justices in a backroom the as as it should be thank you so much kelly shackelford is the president ceo of first liberty institute thanks kelli so one of our partners palm beach letter and antique to worry and he put together a crypto course for us because he gave us kind of course and we asked him can can you just do this for the for the listeners viewers ninety seven percent of the people in our audience that has taken the crypto currency course give it a four or five star rating now ninety seven percent i mean that's like dictator kind of you know like saddam hussein kind of ratings here's some of the comments lessons are easy to understand straight to the point that helps me really understand how to go about investing in crypto currency as well as blockchain technology very satisfied with the lessons especially five and six which clarified misconceptions i had about buying and selling crypto currencies thanks for these valuable tips on investing well done i began with a solid understanding of crypto and this presentation add meat to the bone my trading strength now and flexibility is better developed simply stated my understanding and confidence have been noticeably enhanced thank you for taking so much time to prepare and present this material tika is a guy that we has really released studied this and i don't want you to take anybody's word i mean when it comes to investing you have to do your own homework you have to learn as much as you can i think crypto currency is really important i don't know how it shakes out in the end but i know that blockchain and crypto currency or a big part of the future maybe sooner than we think i want you to.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Had to be torn down whoever this justice is it's gonna affect these cases then you know we have three other sitting at we got five cases now seeing it the court and we have got to get this right i mean a lot of these decisions are five four this is going to be huge on religious liberty on the first amendment and on a lot of other issues and so the i encourage people to really be in prayer at the president makes a really good choice because this could set the court for you know thirty years jelly one last question i've only got about thirty seconds to to answer the left is already saying oh it's a done deal rovers swayed absolutely done i don't see it that way do you know no i don't think we know we you know it'll depend somewhat on the choice on what tastes arises you know i wanted to i think we'll get there someday i do i i think that all that means is it gets returned to the people i think eventually this is going to be up to the people to decide rather than five justices in a backroom the as it as it should be thank you so much kelly shackelford is the president ceo of first liberty institute thanks kelli so one of our partners palm beach letter antique it's worry he put together crypto course for us because he gave us kind of course and we asked him can can you just do this for the for the listeners and the viewers ninety seven percent of the people in our audience that has taken the crypto currency course give it a four or five star rating now ninety seven percent i mean that's like dictator kind of you know that's like saddam hussein kind of ratings here's some of the comments lessons are easy to understand straight to the point that helps me really understand how to go about investing in crypto currency as well as blockchain technology very satisfied with the lessons especially five and six which clarified some misconceptions i had about buying and selling crypto currencies thanks for these valuable tips on investing well done i began with a solid understanding of crypto and this presentation added meat to the bone might trading strength now and flexibility is better developed simply stated my understanding and confidence have been noticeably in ansd thank you for taking so much time to prepare and present this material tika is a guy that we has really released studied this and i don't want you to take anybody's word i mean when it comes to investing you have to do your own homework you have to learn as much as you can i think crypto currency is really important i don't know how it shakes out in the end but i know that blockchain and crypto currency or a big part of the future maybe sooner than we think i want you to.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Heard you twice now say only two women or ninety seven percent to women you started out lending to men started that way but we made a decision right from the beginning have the borrowers must be women but the men were coming in take money standing in line to do that but women's steady away from it so it took us long time to build confidence in them that yes you can take their so scared to handle money and create relationship with an institution we have no they have no knowledge about so said they'll be real trouble and some people really scared them off this city you know what they will put you in jail they'll burn your house if you don't pay the money back and so on so they're really scared who issued the look that's not what we do we want to help you so explain to them again and again finally bill conference it took six years to cap the fifty fifty level wouldn't you saw that after you reach it fifty fifty we saw the money going to the family through woman brought so much more benefit the family than the same amount of money going to the family too man seeing many many times forget about fifty fifty just focused on women because same money can do so much more if you entered the family to then we've started focusing that's how it became ninety seven percent women now you don't just lend to a woman lend to a group of women we recruited them that if you want to take money from coming back you have to find four other friends form a group of five once you've succeeded in doing it's not easy task to find for about your condition sedation and then what you see used explain to you what it is and then if you know our rules and procedures then we start lending money to you individually it's not a collectible is your lawn entire lawn and harlan is that you've got support there he s you onto your friends should supporting each other so that you do the right thing you don't do bizarre thing that he took the money and then had a big feast and we used it up didn't have anything left for business so make sure that everybody is responsible keep watch keep watch on each other make sure your group comes out of standing up doing very good work and famously they must agree to the sixteen decision which include educating children growing vegetables year round planting as many seedlings telling the surface renouncing paying or receiving dowries child marriage building pit latrines drinking only from tube wells and if not available boiling the waterwork what are the decisions in the united states they are in the process to develop it because it has to come from the women themselves there are certain i know that they're working with five decisions in new york city how the practical this is was the sorted out because it takes a process to make sure it's comfortable with really one that then will describe it will take two more women around the country and so you commit to these and that's part of what changes the whole economic environment absolutely have done billion work by taking money paying back first of all bill confidence that yes it can be done it can be done under all circumstances in bangladesh and united states doesn't matter than anybody in between can be done and second that even the poorest person even the poor woman in the villages in the inner cities undocumented women can become entrepreneurs and take care of her family now when you were here last we talked about poverty eradication poverty with this economic approach and and the idea of social business not today we're talking about three interrelated goals zero poverty zero unemployment which on on the face of it goes hand in.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on The Young Turks

"So that's where you get the ninety seven percent number from and depending on how you interpreted it could be all the way up to one hundred percent but let's just stick with ninety seven percent so finally think about this seven out of ten republicans believe that ninety seven percent of the world's scientists are making it up scientists from pakistan and botswana and the united states and venezuela and finland and japan all cross the world all those scientists got together and decided up man we're going to prank the hell out of the whole world will make up temperatures we'll say all this scientific men that we were just kidding man one giant hoax let's pretend that the temperatures are rising and it'll have these effects and then people will actually see those things with their own is massive storms massive fires the trial to cetera man will the hell out of if they thought about it for a second i think that i'm hoping that a lot of them would realize how monumentally preposterous that is but they don't think about it for a second whatever dearly tells them is what they think by the way all of this comes back to money and politics because if the republicans had not been bribed all along through campaign contributions by the fossil fuel industry we did not allow that there's no reason why they would have done the propaganda in the first place because they're on the same planet as us and the planet is melting.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"That ninety seven percent of americans supported even got under supported but the republican leadership in the house and senate if stopped us from bringing that to the floor all right i've got about a minute left i want to talk about one more subject because we're back here again next friday the government once again runs out of money and then the effort to pass a spending bill that will keep the government funded until october first democrats are saying they are not going to use the leverage of passing that bill to try to get a doc affects i is that true and if that is true if you're not gonna insist on daca fixes part of that spending bill aren't you the democrats abandoning the dreamers president trump was the one who abolished the daca program on september the fifth president trump has rejected six different bipartisan proposals to pass a law and solve the problem he created he is the key to solving the problem i have spoken to the leaders of both sides of the aisle house and senate begging them to do something to do it now for dhaka even included in the minimum spill but the president's approval to move forward is critical for the republicans yes or no are you going to insist on a dock affects texas part of this bill or you're going to let the bill pass of what a shutdown and do nothing about daca we're not going to have a shutdown but i'm urging the leaders to basically come together and understand there is an emergency of hand here seven hundred eighty thousand young people have their lives hanging in the balance because president trump killed the daca program we have to move on a bipartisan basis to put it back in business senator durbin thank you thanks for joining us always good to talk with you sir good talking to you up next we'll bring in our sunday group to discuss the latest developments in the russia investigation and talk of more turmoil in the trump's staff and cabinet.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

Radical Personal Finance

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance

"Timika put something on payments he bind up by more than need also for buying new cars you have all those problems so ninety seven percent of the time of hosed financing for vehicles but these are some arguments in which new cars can be helpful perhaps here you are looking for a technology this just not available in the other marketplace or you're shopping for so it's something like an electric car uh that's a good current example perhaps the needs that you have you need a large fourwheel drive suv well in that case that in your view live in the bush you might need to buy a new toyoda droopy in our that might be what you need to do and they're just aren't out there in the used market as you would like there are times in which the new uh is really a compelling and i think there are times in which if you can commit to owning a vehicle for a long time you can make the new car find the case for a new car financially somebody commented in the row personal finance facebook group in shared a picture of their new honda ridge line pickup truck that they had purchased recently this was the second a version or the second model that honda recently redesigned it uh this person it's saved for it for years and they paid cash for it uh that's a great pickup truck and if you can make a thoughtful intelligent decision and by a kind of vehicle that you know you're going to keep for a long time and then you can own it straight from the factory so you can ensure that all of the proper servicing is done right from the beginning and guys go and buy a new honda or toyota immediately swap out all the fluids for the best synthetic fluids and they drive it carefully they make sure they're maintenance schedules are followed to the t you can take your vehicle ownership period and push it out to maybe twenty years and have troublefree ownership and the longer you can own that vehicle the better so there are.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WLAC

"Is what do you think my mind about ninety seven percent so that would mean everything we've heard about trump russia trump russia trump russia collusion collusion collusion as a lie yeah well it it you know been blown out of proportion if someone would have set a possibility most of us would've agreed but one based say it is it is without any shadow of doubt various at moem absolutely row what is your take i mean do we call guys like like you brian white hat guys in other words you you go into companies and individuals and what you do is you basically try and hack them and you find their vulnerabilities before others do and we know identity theft is so big in a white pat hackers is what we call you guys but you're the good guy you're trying to help protect companies that they can keep their privacy you've read these articles you've seen their information you know their background their expertise and their credentials what are your thoughts well i wouldn't call myself the most qualified white added akron world if you ask my all your your your pretty good at it don't listen you can diminish your you're credentials all you want but you are pretty good at this let's be honest well i appreciate that sean thank you i still struggle will get my router to reach my xbox box but from from a lawyer's perspective uh you know what what this evidence or would indicate that there are multiple plausible explanation out there with respect to who week the email from the dnc and more importantly you know despite wide congresswoman wasserman schultz had to say uh with respect to cooperation with the federal bureau of investigation all the department of homeland security dnc made it much harder for itself well they wouldn't let me the i even look at their computer systems now who says none of the fbi and then we had the issue of my clients to do that uh whenever we give the opportunity work with fbi secret service we walk amendment because they're the we gotta assume that the best of what they do right and that they're absolutely plus there's is the fact that the the end of the day if there's been a criminal activity they're the ones who are going to prosecuted here's my next question does it meant we all know what happened when.

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"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WGTK

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02:08 min | 3 years ago

"ninety seven percent" Discussed on WGTK

"Liberal they say uh people don't want who jobs here we go all right what are hawaii to core apparently talk in the illegal ninety seven percent of them or work on what we call the great leap for create firmer corp and for may i would have been central ohio and these people were painters i come around the knock on your door are you golkar pre down to saying that people don't want their jobs is this quite out walk ninety seven servings job or good jobs well paying jobs jeff is you as you probably know when i was growing up my father klee lien told his for a living somehow some way this man born and raised in america took dead job a job that people now say 'americans won't do because illegal aliens we'll do it instead how is it that my dad ended up doing that job in a second fulltime job also cleaning toilets with another brick company if in fact americans won't kind of work yes it also what lives immigration the liberal kyle assurance equal sort emigrating over here they start tolerable white protrade them and if they don't vote democrat ben yehuda white people go back out and so people i'm talking waco immigrants now right i i liked the i like the way you put it weaponized they they they stick decreed the mindset that makes them become democrats eric trump says i want somebody to start fighting for my dad he would get on the bandwagon of what if a stock market there's one hundred points off of in a record twenty two twenty two thousand already a record of broken sure either cities broken thirty records the last you know three or four months i mean it's just skyrocketing you look at whale prices at how good that is right for the sea looking infrastructure all the pipelines and and things that are going on you look at the military when he's doing you look at the va and what he's doing and then tax reform which he obviously wants to get done which would be incredible for this country you look at consumer confidence you look at you know building in in in america i mean so many incredible things that are being done and all they want to focus on is is is russia and the scandal and i guarantee if you watch.

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