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US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

NBC Nightly News

02:03 min | 11 months ago

US Panel Backs COVID-19 Boosters Only for Seniors, High-Risk

"We begin with late breaking news on kobe. Nineteen booster shots to highly critical votes by fda advisory committee late today the first recommending against third dose boosters pfizer's vaccine for most of the one hundred eighty million fully vaccinated americans then just a short while ago. The committee voting again. This time unanimously endorsing boosters for those sixty five and older and those at high risk from severe cova disease boosters have been shown to increase protection from covert but many experts doubt the need for most people right now. Today's split recommendation undercutting president biden spoken plea for all americans to begin receiving booster shots. Miguel almaguer has late details tonight. The fda panels dramatic denial no booster shots for the general public safety committee. Overwhelmingly rejecting third dose of pfizer's vaccine for most adults but in an unexpected second vote authorizing its use for those sixty five and older and for americans at high risk of contracting severe in nineteen. We made the decision that fellow. Israel's league which is just give a third dose curious at the core of today split decision. Clinical research from israel showing vaccine protection from infection does wane after six months but remains highly effective in preventing hospitalization and serious illness guy acting evaluate it remained affected while it may be too early for most to get a booster. The fda advisory committee agreed third. Douse could be used under emergency. Use authorization the agency could soon officially recommend a pfizer. Booster for well over. Twenty one million people scientific normal expected and healthy in the scientific community. Here we have a body of really rigorous scientific information and now the question is how to apply it in public policy

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Canadian cannabis firms Tilray and Aphria reveal £2.8bn merger

MarketFoolery

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Canadian cannabis firms Tilray and Aphria reveal £2.8bn merger

"Till ray and africa. The canadian cannabis companies are merging. It is an all stock deal that will result in the world's largest cannabis producer shares of both are up. And that's great if you bought shares of both these companies last week but as you and i were talking about earlier this morning particularly in the case of till ray it has been a long bumpy. Ride down from the top. Yeah not not so many bumps as a smooth descent rapid descent and very little Bumping backup along the way. Now did skyrocket think came public. Twenty five thirty dollars a share. Something like that About two years ago made its way to one fifty a share almost immediately within the first couple months of You know people thinking everybody was going to start smoking marijuana all the time and by all from till ray i guess I don't know how it got to that price. But the stock market does strange things. Momentum investing does strange things and you know it's Made its way back down to nine dollars. Share today After going up twenty percent so really why is that. I mean there's no economics no positive economics. So far the business till ray They're of lost about five hundred million dollars in the last twelve months in gap earnings. And that's off of one hundred. Eighty million in sales so for every dollar sales are losing almost three dollars of rewarding employees management. Pretty generously It's not like the product itself is all that expensive. It is after all referred to accurately as a weed So it's not that the are that expensive. It's it's just pursued growth And pursued the that to the expensive of prophets. So i think that the merger is going to be one in which Toray will no longer be managing the company and That's good for charters.

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Batterygate rumbles on with compensation demand in Europe

Mac OS Ken

01:16 min | 1 year ago

Batterygate rumbles on with compensation demand in Europe

"Apple insider says the consumer advocacy group. Euro consumers is suing apple over performance throttling issues tied to battery gate. Between apple's twenty nine dollars battery replacement program various settlements reached and the passing of seriously years. You probably thought this one was over. It's okay. I've been wrong before too. Euro consumers is suing apple and spain italy portugal and belgium belgium the peace quote elle's bruggeman had policy and enforcement at euro consumers saying apple pushed updates to mask problems with the battery knowing it would slow down phones. Bergman added that european consumers just want to be treated with the same respect that was given to consumers in the us. Yeah those settlements. I mentioned were here. Apparently not there so yeah lawsuits together. The peace says euro consumers for complaints about one hundred eighty million euros. That is just under two hundred twenty million dollars. Us in damages from apple

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As virus cases rise, Southwest sees slower travel recovery

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

As virus cases rise, Southwest sees slower travel recovery

"As coronavirus cases rise hopes are fading for a recovery for the airline industry the nation's fourth biggest airline southwest says there was a moderate increase in travel from August through last month but they see a slow down and what was hoped to be improving trends this month for thanksgiving and next month for Christmas jet blue is hoping for a turnaround it will stop blocking seats after the new year flights are seventy percent capacity now Nicholas Calio with the trade group airlines for America says because of the recent spike in corona virus cases demand is softening and it's probably not hard to figure out why he also said airlines are still losing about one hundred eighty million dollars a day I'm a Donahue

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Robinhood has lured young traders

The Indicator from Planet Money

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Robinhood has lured young traders

"And selling stocks on the smartphone. App Robin Hood has become incredibly popular this year especially since the covert pandemic started and there are a few possible reasons why I of everybody's home and has lots of spare time that's got to be part of it maybe. Also, of course, you know, maybe people had a little extra money to invest because so many restaurants and shops were closed also, maybe people sense an opportunity to buy stocks cheap when the stock market collapsed in the first month of the pandemic, whatever the reason Robin Hood announced recently that the amount of money, it makes people trading on its APP doubled in the second quarter of the year two, one, hundred, eighty, million dollars. It's a lot of traits. In the hood is also become kind of famous for the clever ways that it entices people to use. It's apt to and sell stocks. So Digital Confetti or some other animation might fall across the screen when you first deposit money into the APP, we are simple. Take away from that hard to get us in here. Yeah. And Robert also offers free stocks to people who sign up for a trial run into people who convince others to sign up. James. mccomb is twenty five lives in Long Island. New York he is a big robinhood user and there are several things he likes about Robin, Hood's design and how simple and seamless it is to keep track of what's happening for any company. He is interested in it's a great APP for easy information almost like a news feed but for stocks plus the Robin Hood. Shows a ranking the most popular stocks that other robinhood traders have been buying which. You know my convince new traders to join the party James. HIMSELF INVESTED MONEY IN UBER stock partly because it was number one on Robin Hoods popularity ranking I can kind of get a little bit of a sense of confidence like okay. People believe in this company because it's literally number one on the list currently James is what is known as a retail trader, which is basically anyone who buys and sells stocks for their own personal account not a professional investor who manages other people's money. In this year, it is retail traders like James who've really thrown themselves into the stock. Market. Because the US stock market has gone up in recent months, even hitting a new record high last week a lot of these retail traders have made quite a bit of money lately but other, maybe some reasons to worry that. So many retail traders have started buying and selling stocks using APPs like Robin Hood I would say two parts worried one part. Happy. This is Colin camerer. He's a behavioral economist at Caltech and he has studied the ways that people invest in the stock market collinses. One good thing about Robin Hood is it by making it so? Easy to start buying stocks. It might get people invested in the stock market who otherwise might never have bothered at all, and this can also help people learn more about how specific companies operate into to better understand how the economy works. Especially these days the digital age when it's so easy to find useful information. You know there's a lot of stuff under the hood, the economy, and it'd be good if people knew more about that and they may learn some by just buying selling shares of a particular stock and learning about what boards of directors do. You know how companies actually operate conn said, he was only one part happy and two parts worried about Robin Hoods popularity with retail traders. So here's why he's worried if there is one conclusion that the research about financial markets keeps arriving at again and again it's the individual traders who actively try to pick specific stocks buying stocks. They think we'll go up selling the stocks I think we'll go down are very likely to underperform the overall stock market and this does not just apply to retail traders it also applies. To professional money managers over the last five years eighty, two percent of mutual funds that tried to pick stocks underperformed the overall stock market, which means that most people are just better off investing in what they call an index fund that just tracks the performance at the stock market goes up and down with it over time and Collins says, retail traders are also vulnerable to psychological by sees lead them to make bad decisions when they invest especially, if they don't understand the risks that they're taking if you're buying somebody's selling. And you have to be confident that you're buying from someone who knows less than you about the future of the. So one of the elements in in retail trading is overconfidence. Everybody thinks they're above average also confetti. And? Just. Sucks right in. plus people fall victim to what's known as the disposition effect which makes people sell stocks that have gone up a little too soon missing out on making even more money people have a tendency to sell toxin went up and we think it's because there's a special kind of. Realization utility from actually locking gain and clicking and like seeing in your bank account. From your portfolio numbers on the screen into your bank account or something like would. So people so winners too soon and similarly they tend to hang onto losers typically in a kind of blind faith that it's GonNa Bounce back making these kinds of trading mistakes something that happens when people are actively and frequently buying and selling stocks, and of course, the ROBINHOOD APP is designed to get people to do just that and Robin Hood's business model actually depends on it.

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Robinhood investors are beating the stock market

Planet Money

01:11 min | 2 years ago

Robinhood investors are beating the stock market

"Everyone Card your this is indicated from planet money. Buying and selling stocks on the smartphone APP Robin. Hood has become incredibly popular this year especially since the covert pandemic started and there are a few possible reasons why I of everybody's home and has lots of spare time that's got to be part of it maybe. Also of course, you know maybe people had a little extra money to invest because so many restaurants and shops were closed also, maybe people sense an opportunity to buy stocks cheap when the stock market collapsed in the first month of the pandemic, whatever the reason Robin Hood announced recently that the amount of money, it makes people trading on its APP doubled in the second quarter of the year two, one, hundred, eighty, million dollars. It's a lot of traits. Yeah in Robin Hood is also become kind of famous for the clever ways that it entices people to use. It's apt to and sell stocks. So Digital Confetti or some other animation might fall across the screen when you first deposit money into the APP, we are simple. Take away from that hard to get us in here. Yeah. And Robert also offers free stocks to people who sign up for a trial run into people who convince others to sign up.

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Microsoft In Talks To Buy Teen Fave TikTok

NPR News Now

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Microsoft In Talks To Buy Teen Fave TikTok

"Microsoft is reported in talks to acquire popular music streaming. APP TIKTOK as NPR's Bobby Allen explains the discussions come as the trump administration ramps up its pressure campaign to force Tiktok to cut ties with its Chinese owners. Tech giant Microsoft is in talks about possibly purchasing Tiktok a favourite among teens and twenty somethings that has become a target in Washington that's according to A. Person Familiar with the discussions tiktok owned by Beijing based Bite Dance Federal. Officials have warned the Chinese Communist Party could be using TIKTOK as a way to spy on American citizens even though there's no hard evidence, that's happening. The acquisition would give Microsoft already a one point six, trillion dollar company access to a base of tens of millions of young users in audience coveted. By every major Silicon Valley company TIKTOK. One of the most popular APPs in the world has been downloaded one hundred eighty million times in the US

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Wall Street firm says Apple could surge another 18% - and even higher

Mac OS Ken

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Wall Street firm says Apple could surge another 18% - and even higher

"More positive notes on apple from Wall Street fellow bomber Duets Apple, three dot O. snagged three notes from analysts will start with one from Cowen and company analyst Krish Sang Car. His was basically a vote of confidence saying he still likes apple for a number of reasons. Among them services as a long-term investable theme in his estimation with combined annual growth rate of eighteen percent. Those could be adding as much as six dollars to earnings per share by this time next year. IPHONES active installed base is about nine hundred million units that point. Even with lengthening upgrade cycles, Sancar figures, you look at about one hundred eighty million upgrades annually. He also likes the possibility of new subscriptions coming from the Cupertino Company. Apple is bound to return more money to shareholders and hey, look. We're back to services for a third time. Expects recurring revenue and that segment to go from forty-one percent a couple of years ago to as much as fifty five percent next year. Cowen and company hasn't outperform rating on Apple. Shares sank ours price target on the shares is four. Hundred Bucks. Next up P. Morgan analyst Samir Chatterjee. His was sort of a mixed message. First of all. He is still a fan of the Cupertino Company. Quoting his note, we continue to be positive on apple shares led by the combination of strong replacement cycle with upcoming five G.. iphone launches leverage of strong services portfolio, benefiting from large installed base of users as well as an underappreciated leverage to work from home trends. If? You're wondering what the bad news is. It's not bad news exactly. J. P. Morgan has decided to remove apple from its analyst Focus List because the shares of shot up twenty six percent over the last three months. There still upside in his estimation, but you have to look a year or two out to see the kind of growth. Apples been experiencing lately.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Road ahead of us and the only way we win both now and in the future is to come together as one team one body the family that's what we are and that's what we always will be the deal includes a seventeen game regular season as early as twenty twenty one C. B. S. sports NFL insider Jason walking forward told CBS sports HQ the legal affairs will benefit from more football there's going to be more inventory of football the way you consume football is going to change their adding an entire TV package they don't have to take a single game away from the two Sunday packages the Sunday night package the Thursday night package or the Monday night package there will be an expanded playoff field starting this upcoming season with fourteen teams qualifying for the playoffs one by each conference other NFL news the Titans and quarterback Ryan Tannehill agreed the terms of a multi year contract reportedly four years worth up to one hundred eighty million dollars including sixty two million guaranteed that the Jaguars have reportedly agreed to trade defensive end Calais is Campbell to the ravens for a fifth round pick in this year's draft the ravens will also reportedly starring Campbell to a contract extension through twenty twenty one the deal becomes official the patriots in safety Devin McCourty reportedly agreed a three year deal worth twenty three million dollars with seventy million guaranteed an unidentified Yankees minor leaguer is the first major or minor league baseball player to test positive for the corona virus according to the Yankees that player diagnosed woke up Friday in which symptoms was tested that day the player had never been to Steinbrenner field with a major leaguers are during spring training NBA warriors guard Steph curry released a video on Twitter with a message for fans about the corona virus pandemic I know this time is pretty hectic and crazy and there's a lot of uncertainty here out there but just want to take the time to encourage everybody to practice social distancing to the best of their abilities jazz center Rudy go bear first NBA player to test positive for covert nineteen it released a video urging people.

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Titans agree to four-year extension with QB Ryan Tannehill

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Titans agree to four-year extension with QB Ryan Tannehill

"Ryan Tannehill the quarterback who helped lead the Tennessee Titans in the AFC championship game has signed a four year one hundred eighty million dollar deal to stay in Nashville when head coach Mike Rabal bench two thousand fifteen second overall pick Marcus Mariota in their week six loss to the Denver Broncos he turned to tenet health going forward the former Miami dolphin start and never looked back he led the entire NFL the hundred seventy point five passer rating stir the Titans to a seven three record the final ten games earned himself his first Pro Bowl nomination it was even named the Associated Press NFL comeback player of the year German takeover Nashville

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Away CEO Steps Down After Investigation Reveals Toxic Work Culture

Business Wars Daily

03:54 min | 2 years ago

Away CEO Steps Down After Investigation Reveals Toxic Work Culture

"Away the luggage startup founded by Steph Korean. Rian Jen Rubio has made a fortune by branding itself as a travel business. Not as what. It actually is a company that sells suitcases. More than half a million people mostly millennials selenium follower ways instagram feed the feed is filled with aspirational images of magical destinations cute dogs and babies and peaceful living spaces a recent Jason Hashtag advised followers to quote. Live like it's the weekend but for the company's employees life was anything but in fact there were often no weekends off for for months at a time the reality of working for away was so different than it's aspirational image. That co-founders Steph. Corey is now out as CEO. Corey left the executive post just four days. After the verge published a scathing article about a ways toxic work culture numerous former employees told reporters zoe schiffer for that. They were pressured to work. Almost endlessly typically without any overtime pay they also related many in-person slack conversations with Corey in which she berated and managers publicly for mistakes. Such as a single customer receiving a product with an incomplete monogram. Some employees also complained of discrimination against women and people of color color particularly within. Managerial ranks the verges schiffer. Backed up her reporting with several screen shots of slack messages written by Corey after the story was published Corey. Apologized jogged publicly on twitter. She wrote that. She was quote appalled and embarrassed by reading her own slack messages. She said she'd been working with an executive coach and promised to do better. That tweet led observers to believe that she wasn't planning to step down shortly thereafter. The company announced that a new interim CEO would take her place that new CEO is Stuart Hazelden who has been. CEO of Lululemon Athletico. He will start in mid January away. Disputes that had hired Hazelden because house of the verge investigation rather the company says away has been in discussions with him for months. According to the Wall Street Journal according to recode Hazelden had been planning to start it away as C.. CEO With the understanding that he would take corey spot. Presumably some months into the New Year Cory will remain as executive chairman. Gen Rubio will remain as has president and chief brand officer like many a Silicon Valley Unicorn away. His grown like gangbusters since Rubio Corey founded in two thousand fifteen. According to recode code the company has raised one hundred eighty million dollars in venture funding in May investors valued at one point four billion dollars Forbes reports that Corey and Rubio uh-huh stakes are each worth one hundred thirty million dollars according to the verge. Investigation Steph Curry often use the company's guiding principles all wrapped around fast growth as is reasons to castigate workers in particular. She attempted to get customer service. Employees to keep up with overflowing customer inquiries saying workers weren't sufficiently quote customer. Obsessed the article also depicts a workplace. That was dramatically understaffed whether these new revelations about aways toxic work environment will significantly only damage. The company has yet to be seen. The products themselves are well regarded but the online publication courts almost immediately published an article offering alternative luggage ideas that list is topped by products from Samsonite. which along

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Japanese spacecraft starts yearlong journey home from asteroid

AP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Japanese spacecraft starts yearlong journey home from asteroid

"A Japanese space craft left a distant asteroid on Wednesday the Associated Press says it now has a year long journey home the Japan aerospace exploration agency says the higher boosted to space craft left its orbit around the asteroid where you grew about three hundred million kilometers or one hundred eighty million miles from earth the agency says the spacecraft captured and transmitted to earth some of its final images of for you or dragon palace named after a C. bottom castle in a Japanese folk tale as it slowly began moving

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Georgia Department of Education Awards Literacy Grants to 38 School Districts

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Georgia Department of Education Awards Literacy Grants to 38 School Districts

"Sent Georgia officials say they've won a major crash aimed at improving literacy in public schools governor Brian camp announced the nearly one hundred eighty million dollar award from the US department of education on Thursday the AJC reports they comprehensive literacy state development grand builds on prior federal grant money center Georgia the state got more than sixty one million dollars in two thousand sixteen which was distributed to nearly forty school districts the paper says after getting the money some local district sought literacy scores rise after they bought more reading focus textbooks and curriculum materials for younger

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:18 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Who says we're going to do everything we can to stop illegal immigration across the board granting asylum there's been a whole group of laws are just been passed making it virtually impossible to ask for asylum making it far more difficult for illegal aliens even children receive benefits I mean that literally is how whether or not is false it fosters this kind of hatred now I'm gonna argue the other side too because if you goal completely opposite with the president says that it's open borders an immigration is gonna be the huge issue here believe me because immigration is at the bottom of what this is about it is out for those that are against the president this is not so much as an immigration issue as it is an anti Latino issue the immigrants of course start ninety nine percent are Latino as a matter of fact I think ninety percent now we're from Central America and so the argument is going to go on this is going to increase the are the the argument and a discussion and that is what do you do to help or not help or make it difficult and controlling our borders because it's all going to go down immigration that's where it's going to boil down to there is no question about it so it'll be gun control it will be I think the internet which is legitimate because now it is so easy for these hate groups and Hey any individuals to talk to each other I was just a platform clearing which I never use it used to be where you had some of these crazy guys and all they could do is stand on a corner with a bull horn yeah and have meetings with a couple hundred people that show up but realistically if we can't actually get control of some basic physical manifestations of what things like assault weapons the internet what are we gonna do now we're not with the Intel we're never going to be we're never ever going to be able to stock stop the dark web that's impossible but what I'm saying is it's a New World and not necessarily there are certain things we can control in their think certain things we can't control and those areas that we can't control all you can do is attempt to look at this odd this hate language and outlook add that the advocating of anti immigrant status and you we've heard it over and over again one of the shooters talked about how he was out and I think was a bad shooter we did a story about one of these perpetrators talking about he did it that was the el Paso no no no we're talking about sending off those those bombs was a little longer say again and yeah any talk about I did this because I thought the president was being attacked and I want to go I wanted to make sure that people who are anti trump are stocked any that they were gonna attack him too yeah so at yes true because he was stopped pro drugs from and so this is the climate that is being fostered and out there this was a bit of a tonal change at the beginning of this press conference for the present for the president is to have a very definitive where what two sentences about racism Hey Dan white Nash which is and this is why those people that oppose for the president are spinning and arguing his hypocrisy I mean just spinning and the Democrats I mean the democratic speech writers in the world right now I mean they have not god they have not stopped I mean they're developing their responses right as we speak all right coming up but I do we have Jim Ryan okay we'll talk to Jim Ryan whose live in el Paso el Paso and find out what the latest is there all right Jennifer Europe president trump is described the mass shooting Saturday in Texas and Ohio is crimes against all humanity can be committed by twisted monsters in one voice our nation must condemn racism a tree and white supremacy the sinister ideologies must be defeated Hey it has no place in America jump says Congress must pass new laws he also says the problem requires cultural change including less violence in video games trump says he is directing officials to find ways to detect potential shooters before they act the shootings in el Paso Texas in Dayton Ohio killed a combined twenty nine people the shooting in el Paso is being investigated as domestic terror and as a possible anti immigrant hate crime several presidential candidate say president trump bear some responsibility for the hateful attacks former congressman better roku is from el Paso responded yes when someone asked if he thinks the president is a white nationalist senator Elizabeth Warren says the president advances racism and white supremacy Joe Biden says the president gives a safe harbor to hate and senator Cory Booker flat out said Donald Trump is responsible for this Booker says the president has failed to address bigotry and the availability of weapons to dangerous people one hundred billion dollars could be under water in Yosemite National Park the Hetch Hetchy reservoir was created about a century ago to store water for San Francisco in a place that's been called a scenic is the S. seventy valley was flooded out it's the greatest destruction ever allowed in any of America's national parks restore Hetch Hetchy executive directors Frank Rosecrans says his group in listed in economics firm to figure out how much in on flooded Hetch Hetchy might be worth we asked them not to make a lot of assumptions about whether you would develop infrastructure in the valley or even allow private cars and so forth it is campaign to stop the reservoir from being billed naturalist John Muir wrote the temple destroyers instead of lifting their eyes to the god of the mountains live them instead to the almighty dollar now environmentalists such as Rosecrans are turning to that almighty dollar saying a restored valley could bring in nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year in the next decade Kristin Carlo KFI news and the shipyard in Northern Ireland that built the Titanic more than a century ago has gone bankrupt Harland and Wolff used to employ thousands but now just a hundred thirty people work there full time the shipyard is asking the courts to appoint an administrator let's take a look at your commute.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Ever allowed in any of America's national parks restore Hetch Hetchy executive directors wreck Rosecrans says his group in listed in economics firm to figure out how much in on flooded Hetch Hetchy might be worth we asked them not to make a lot of assumptions about whether you would develop infrastructure in the valley or even allow private cars and so forth it is campaign to stop the reservoir from being billed naturalist John Muir wrote that temple destroyers instead of lifting their eyes to the god of the mountains live them instead to the almighty dollar now environmentalists such as Rosecrans are turning to that almighty dollar saying a restored valley could bring in nearly one hundred eighty million dollars a year in the next decade christen Carlo KFI news well speaking of water for the first time in recorded history a pond of water has been discovered inside the summit crater of Hawaii's Callaway a volcano and this is something that could signal a shift to more explosive phases of future eruptions so they say after about a week a questions about a mysterious green patch at the bottom of the volcano's crater which is the former home of the lava lake researchers confirm the presence of water on Thursday the question is what does this mean in the evolution of the volcano according to the USGS they said they had never seen water in this crater since the observations began and scientists aren't exactly certain what will happen next but what they to know is when lava interacts with water it can cause explosive eruptions they say one possibility is that lava could slowly heat up the ground water and eventually create a new lava lake level also interacts with the water table and could create small explosives the other possibility is that the magma rises rapidly and that could produce a larger explosion so the USGS officials stress there is currently no reason to think hazards at the summit have increased or decreased because of the discovery but the presence of water could be a significant switch in the long term activity of the volcano a new spot in LA is taking people places escapes is the name of a new virtual reality spawn Wilshire Boulevard free to look around and up down left right owner Michael Jackson says it's simple sit in a full body massage chair strap ons in VR goggles and relax for thirty minutes we also have fans in aromatherapy diffusers you really feel like you're in the environment Jackson says people can choose from ten different destinations and every experience is under fifty Bucks the immersive spot is the first of its kind in the world but Jackson says they do have plans to expand soon in LA Monica Rick's KFI news and you know as police pursuits go we often refer to them as wild right I think Saturday's description of wild eyed I think it wins I I literally think this is a good description of this one so it's hard hit in south LA ended up with the suspected driver on the beach in playa del Rey so here's how it went I guess they start chasing this guy from South LA she then eventually drive down the bike path then drives on to the beach it's like a movie people are grabbing their kids and blankets to get out of his way one witness says he heard the suspect yelling out of his car yelling at people as he drove by then the guy drives into the crashing waves after his car got stuck in the state the sand weird he tried to get away by wading into the water well that's when cops are like really jump right in after him but then as they're going after him he stops somewhere along the water like you waves in part of the way and then goes you know I guess I'm I guess they got me and cracks open a beer and decide stubble a little sip before he gets taken into custody so there you go one place that you don't want to go is it into the ocean unless you want to have one sip of beer before you go to jail probably not the smartest place to act try your get away do just saying we come back we'll talk about the couple of stories that I want to tell you about lighten things up first of all my weekend at Miramar which the picture is incredible I promise I'm not just saying at this time I swear the picture is incredible J. jail KFI and just as beautiful story I'm gonna tell you about my brother in law is deployment and his new baby people are already saying you make me cry Best Picture I've seen it's pretty incredible and shout out to the alley Chargers coming up plus traffic in your forecast on your wake up.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Twenty one minutes after the hour pro football talk live Thursday edition football back tonight Ezekiel Elliott not back yet the cowboys and as in the case of past couple days the cowboys are either digging in or they're creating the impression that they're digging in Jane Slater of the NFL who is essentially embedded with cowboys reported yesterday that an unnamed source when asked whether or not dealers close said nope and the sticking points are everything she reported guaranteed Lancs structure everything here's what Stephen Jones the CEO of the cowboys to three months ago said on this program that Ezekiel Elliott is the straw that stirs our drink on K. T. C. K. the ticket Stephen Jones said we can't push the issue unless we want to be a market center and we're damn sure not going to be a market center because of all the things that go with being a Dallas cowboy that statement gets to the heart of the negotiating posture the cowboys have with dak Prescott Ezekiel Elliott and apparently Amari Cooper that there is an inherent value to being a Dallas cowboy above and beyond what you are paid it's a genius hack of a salary cap right if being a cow boy means so much more than being a jaguar or a Bronco or a dolphin or any other team if being a member of America's team carries with it an inherent privilege and satisfaction in status in value usually expressed expect less money you should you should pay us basically you should give up your market value because the fact that we are letting you wear that star on the side of a silver helmet has value to you that's what he's saying we want players to feel good about the contract Stephen Jones added at the same time we don't want to do things that are out of line because we can't afford to be that way when we save money whether to attack with a to Z. quickens the Mari it's not saving Jerry knight dollar it's just money that's going to another player that's true if you're spending up to the cap a lot of teams aren't the cowboys apparently are or at least they're committed to as of right now I think they have twenty plus million in cap space so they do have money can be spent this year Capt Ali can be allocated this year cap dollars it can be allocated in future years as a cap keeps going up but they basically want to have the full allotment of one hundred eighty million dollars as of this year and constantly going up and they want to add to it the inherent value of being a Dallas cowboy that's got see play you should take less because you're a cowboy and I think they're emboldened to apply that and concept to seek you out it because they've been trying to cram it down dak Prescott stroke all year long and you know what as relates to Prescott I get it because Prescott is the guy who is going to benefit the most financially short term and long term by being the cowboys quarterback look at the success the Tony Romo is having as a broadcaster look at the success the Tory open his trade Troy Aikman is had watch trailer opens the case may be as a broadcaster and the guy who's more financially successful than any of them is Roger stop back he's made hundreds of millions in real estate because he was the quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys he was a legend in Texas they love their football in Texas they love their cowboys if the cowboys play well and you can set yourself up to have one hell of a life after football if you're able to walk around and say I was a member of the cowboys I was the cowboys quarterback so I'd get it with Prescott mean Prescott's already got some great endorsements for a guy who is not a shortlist franchise quarterback Everest talking walls straight into the broadcast booth when his career is over and I bet he would be very good to extend that to alley and Cooper the limit of a stretch but they're gonna try and it's gonna be fascinating to see how this plays out because either the cowboys are huffing and puffing to counter the threat that Elliott is posing to the franchise or they're serious and as.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Your friend actually gonna hurt herself I am fishing in anything about hurting her fault no but like I said she's on medication right now in Orange County court in Carson Calif I need Sally's mayor wants people to have disastrous parties Garcetti says the neighborhoods they get along can go along with pretty much anything which is why he's challenging each of our neighborhood councils to bring resilience directly in our communities through block parties and through coming together in a system that we call Riley Riley in or ready your neighborhood LA is a program with the city's emergency management department offering preparedness training the neighborhood block by block Katina shields went through the program in her neighborhood she says it took about two hours it takes a little bit of effort she says it's irresponsible for people to not know what to do in an earthquake you wouldn't live in the Midwest and pretend like you were going to have a winter you know like Chris and Carla okay fine you essentials in LA county a promise to help out families who could be broken up by ice raids supervisor Hilda Phillies says a lot of families have mixed immigration status in the county of Los Angeles the most vulnerable as you all know happen to be our children Bobbi cake a let the county's department of children and family services says parents can designate a care giver if they fear deportation if I relative or guardian is not identified the child will be referred to the US department of health and Human Services office of refugee resettlement and rolling back KFI news a jail in Irvine has transferred out the last of its immigrant detainees as Orange County finishes its contract with ice C. share spokesperson Kerry bronze is the music jail will shut down next week to prepare for a one hundred eighty million dollar expansion the temporary closure is really for a cost savings to offset the revenue that's going to be lost by I'm not having the contract with the federal government to house ice detainees she says the expansion will allow for an increased focus on mental health programs in a new release intake center the new state funded facilities will also be built next to music ad adding almost nine hundred beds the project is expected to be complete twenty twenty two US labor secretary Alex Acosta has announced his resignation with the president standing by his side president trump says he hates to see your cost to go but it costs this is he doesn't want his past role in the Jeffrey Epstein sex abuse case to distract from across his work on the economy Acosta's US attorney's office gave apps dean a plea deal in two thousand eight involving child molestation charges Epstein was arrested this month for new similar charges United Airlines is extending its cancellation of flights because of the ongoing grounding of Boeing seven thirty seven Max planes American and south.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Follow me on Twitter at Jimbo talks well Arizona's governor has disinvited Nike from setting up shop in that state at the shoe maker pulled its latest shoes under pressure from a certain former quarterback here's Jim Roop Cabernet toll Nike he found his latest shoes depicting the first American flag thirteen stars in a circle in the field of blue notice the Betsy Ross flag offensive because that flag represented the country at a time that slavery was practiced Arizona governor Doug Ducey late into Nike in a series of tweets saying he was embarrassed for them accuse them of bowing to political correctness adding Betsy Ross is a founding mother and suggested Nike Google her he's ordered the state to pull incentives for the company to locate their which could cost the state Nike is one hundred eighty million dollar investment and five hundred jobs I'm Jim Moret so we'll talk about that tonight the decision by Nike with the David Johnson of CEO and founder of the strategic vision of PR group to take a look at the decision made by Nike a good evening David good evening it's great to be on thank you very much for joining us tonight let's start with your overall impression of a of what has happened here what happened here is a P. R. disaster for Nike being hit for a what they did the back down to Colin Kaepernick they've shown the world that he basically run the company gave in rates a lot of Americans unfortunately I don't think it's going to hurt them however because they don't look at people like you and I as their target based at the customers that they want by night they're looking at the millennial buyers and they do feel that the millennial buyer buyers agree with what's happening in St and so they're gonna continue doing this what's interesting is though well we have done is here in the US almost overlooked is they're doing the same thing in China in a far more extreme case one of their designers in China designed very popular maker for the Chinese market but he's also been supporting the protests in Hong Kong Nike announced that due to pressure from the Chinese government Lehman said in her sneaker from the Asian market but beyond that they're actually talking about turning the designer overseas Chinese authorities concede considered to be a dissident really love that does carried away Hayes at the remembering what we're all talking about Colin Kaepernick and the but you're also flag where is something far more serious and what should be a bigger PR nightmare Nike is happening overseas and is basically going over a lot well it does it does seem to be going over looked I I must confess Nike a by the way that is chosen not to release well they called the air Max one quick strike fourth of July as it did feature does the old version of the American flag they they said that they did so to avoid a distraction that would detract from the observance of the fourth of July holiday of the bike is very proud of its American roots bet that struck me as the disingenuous in the extreme even for a corporation it gave me as well and governor gives you was entirely right they need to Google thank you Ross and find out a little bit about her that's where he is now represents slavery represents the struggle for independence great aunts great Britain's according to many people including you and I am sure the other thing is beyond that Betty Ross had nothing to do with slavery she was a feminist hero that there ever was one one of the early feminists heroes of the American saga and she lives in the pre state Pennsylvania no one except for a few extreme progressive consider that flag represents slavery but now we have the New York times rushing to the fence of Colin Kaepernick painful that quick also been used by the KKK you are a new shape new members and now the flag is trying to become the issue by the progressive where is the focus should be on Nike and.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The Hornets speaking of the Easter buyers Heris landed in Philly back in February and he will stay there is reaching an agreement on a five year one hundred eighty million dollar deal with the Sixers Billy also has our for the five time all star agrees to a four year one hundred nine million dollar deal with the Sixers for for leave Boston stays within the division ESPN did rewards Rousey Jimmy baller it didn't work there and you know to bias Heris they wanted to bring him back five years younger they gave up a lot more for device terrace and then they did Jimmy Butler but they get harassed on tonight five years a hundred and eighty million dollars they start until they started discussions tonight with rich Paul Ben Simmons is agent on his extension that'll come this summer so you're starting to see what this six our team is going to look like but for years without Horford is thirty three years old obviously that takes some you know into into the back end of his thirties but this is a team it's trying to win a championship right now and I I think the Sixers improve themselves will be mentioning Jimmy Butler he will not be back in Philly Butler is headed to Miami is part of a sign and trade with that he takes the torch from Dwyane Wade earlier on the jump Arsenale bouquet in NYC for dell with Rachel Nichols I think players should go for what they actually want right ever supposed to be like all I got to go to the place I'm most likely to win a championship with that's nice but it's not always actually the best answer so I said this all last summer when we were talking about Carmelo Anthony he went to the team that he thought would give him the best chance to add that ring it's actually what it seems like Carmelo really wanted right he wanted the chance to go out and shoot the ball and if you hang on to Miami maybe the year before you can play with his friends going wait it could have been on the court that's the minutes eight players should be honest with themselves about what they want they don't all have to want the same thing I have Ginni wants a shot at one point in his NBA career this is a guy who was not expected to be the man right coming out of college or anything like that Rachel I think this is our best you are speaking to my soul right this is the exact conundrum that I was in personally you know after being traded from Connecticut to LA right and it's it and one thing is players don't all have to want the same things some may want their own team in the case of Jimmy Butler some may want to try to get a championship quick someone to learn from that experience and move on look at Kevin Durant but if you look at Jimmy Butler's case first of all take no Tomball Texas winner from where I was born if you look at his case he's been surrounded by a very talented players but a lot of those players have had dominant personalities and it's hard to match like that you either have to take the L. as a player in sort of mold into the culture or you really flex and then all this and you find yourself leaving Minnesota going to fill in and you're trying to buy even more dominant player I'm just gonna sitting and there's a lot of cursing can even when you think about when he came on the team who had a a mini tantrums well indeed saying give me the ball on the best player not to all be was right so what do you do how do you respond as a player it's your decision go where you want to go and I do think best case scenario based on his temperament and also the skill set Jimmy Butler in Miami in the footsteps of Dwyane Wade a player that is very comparable to him is the best case scenario for how happy someone is in their environment we've seen it affect how you play right we see kai reserving when he was unhappy right when he's not happy doesn't go so well I think.

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Trump Plans To Replace Obamacare With 'Phenomenal' New Plan

Forensic Talk with Jim Campbell

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

Trump Plans To Replace Obamacare With 'Phenomenal' New Plan

"The Trump administration still looking to replace ObamaCare USA radio's Timberg with details. President Trump is talking about a health care overhaul. He plans to introduce to replace ObamaCare. Senate majority leader, Republican from Kentucky. Mitch McConnell tells FOX and friends that even Democrats have abandoned ObamaCare and are looking forward to the president's plans keg. Look at the Democrats, they're walking away from ObamaCare and say I wasn't enough. They wanna do Medicare for all, which would eliminate one hundred eighty million Americans private health insurance. Did they like clearly they're walking away from ObamaCare, this space there for the president advocates, something that we're looking forward to seeing what he recommend Republicans have tried multiple times to repeal ObamaCare when they can. Role congress, but we're unsuccessful

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on The Common Cents Show

The Common Cents Show

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on The Common Cents Show

"So petScom sought to do a capital raise or to get money and they needed two hundred and sixty million dollars ready for this to break even to break even. Lot of money. But the only able to raise one hundred eighty million dollars. Eighty million dollars short, according to Julia, Wainwright, the CEO. But because the recession hit, then no dot com getting funded so they couldn't get loans either. So they couldn't get working capital to bridge, the eighty million dollar gap that they had to break even so because of that is almost like your swimming up to the, the break in the water from underneath the water and then right before you get to the top. So when just ties another way around your ankle, and like it's slows down your progress to get to the top to get some air. You just cannot get there, even though you're so close. The other thing was that the management team of petScom thought instead of running into bankruptcy. They should return the money to the shareholders. So at some point, they were just like you know what? We're not gonna claim bankruptcy bankruptcy. We're not gonna go to that route. Let's just return the to the shareholders, so we don't have to go the route of completely closing our doors bankrupt. We'd rather go out. We'd rather go out with with paying everyone back to as going bankrupt in putting all these creditors. Investors bankruptcy. Yeah. I think that's respectable. Yeah. I mean you know, if you Trump, you just kind of higher bunch of contruction workers in claim bankruptcy the next year and don't pay them, you know, but, but anyways like no, but like the reality is that, like as long as those business laws exist. Bankruptcy laws exists businesses are going to take advantage of them, but it was very responsible for pets com. Do that. You know what I'm saying? So, so that's cool. But. petScom was too early for the online retail. So what do you what do you think they could have done differently? Well, they should have considered bolstering online sales with a few retail locations or considered marketing, as drop ship company, sending pet products, customer homes,.

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An Interview with Presidential Candidate Sen. Michael Bennet

Overnight re-air of day's programming

10:19 min | 3 years ago

An Interview with Presidential Candidate Sen. Michael Bennet

"Joining me now is the latest democrat to get into the presidential race. Senator Michael Bennet of Colorado. He calls himself a pragmatic idealist. And Senator Bennett is joining me now from council bluffs where I believe you'll be there holding presidential caucuses. So I here in just a mere twenty one months from now, Senator Bennett, welcome back to meet the press, and more importantly, the fact that you're running for president Asia means you're cancer free. I want to get that. So that is good news as well. Well, I really appreciate your having me back. We were the last time. I saw you had the diagnosis, but not the operation right now, I know of cancer free, and we're moving ahead. Right. Let me ask first about your candidacy. You're the eighteenth major candidate into this race. You're the eleventh white male. You're the seventh US Senator. You're not even the first Colorado in the ratio the second, Colorado. You look around this field. What was missing what what is missing that you're providing to this race? I think that this. I think we need somebody who's going to level with the American people about why our system doesn't seem to work for them. What why seems to be getting worse and worse and worse, I've had two tough elections in this wing state out in the middle of the country where I think we feel pretty ignored by what people on the coast or saying in third I've got a record in the Senate of a lot of bipartisan results, but I've been there long enough to know how to get some things done. But also long enough to know why things don't get done in Washington. What needs to be able to what needs to be fixed? My conclusion Chuck was that if we continue down the road, we're going down politically. And that's even before Donald Trump was. Over the next ten years. We will be the first generation of Americans believe less opportunity more to the people coming after us. And I feel like it's my responsibility as it is every American's not to accept that outcome. Pragmatic idealist? Okay. Some might say that's an oxymoron, you can't be both give me an example of where you think you got to be a bit more pragmatic in your idealism one of your opponents in this race Jane's LIZA governor of Washington. He's proposing to get rid of I think all coal fired power plants within a ten year period. Is that too idealistic? Is that not pragmatic is that an example of what you're trying to say is pragmatic. I I think that I think that might actually be really possible. And I think there's a lot of merit in his proposals. I think my my suggestion on Medicare exit creates a true public option administered by Medicare rather than take threatening to take away insurance from one hundred eighty million people. Eighty percent of whom like it all the unions in America that have negotiated for their healthcare plans. I mean, I think that the American people have waited long enough for universal healthcare. Okay. I'd say on idealism side of it. It's because I actually genuinely believe that the best the best the best form of government is self government. And I, and I believe that the free kind of government is self government. And that we have an obligation to preserve the democratic institutions that two hundred and thirty years of Americans have preserved for us, and that our children are going to need to resolve their differences. But we seem to be so cavalier about destroying, and, you know, the idea that we're going to run down the rat hole that the freedom caucus has taken us down over the last ten years in their Taran ical way. I think would be a huge mistake. Think it's by the way, I think it's a disgrace that we lost Donald Trump to begin with, you know. And now, it seems to me that we need to approach this work in a way that's not going to give him a second term. Well, let's talk about this institutions, it seems as if congressional Democrats you're one of them you would be a potential juror. There was some sort of successful impeachment of the president in the house. But it seems to me that this is the debate in the Democratic Party. There's a pragmatic streak and speaker Pelosi who essentially seems to be more focused on twenty twenty then impeachment. Then there is congressional other congressional Democrats who say sort of making a similar argument that you're making about the institutions or wearing away at some point congress has to stand up to these things on accountability. Where do you fall on this impeachment question, and where did you partner should fall on it? You don't think based on the polling that you just cited where we're the majority of people say that the house should continue to investigate. And then we should make a decision down the road about whether to impeach or not. And then obviously to convict or not in the Senate. I think that's exactly right. And that's what we should do, you know Muller should testify. We should have the full unredacted report. He I mean to me it's seems fairly clear from the evidence that he has committed impeachable offenses, but we need to go through a process here. And see if the American people can be convinced that that's actually the right out. Okay. That we don't go into that. We don't unnecessarily divide the people that we need to that. We who support we ultimately need Democrats Republicans independents to change healthcare for the American people to build infrastructure for the American people to have an approach to climate that actually ill. On the seventy percent of American people that say climate change is real humans have contributed to it. That is what that is what the broad view is among the America people yet we keep losing to climate deniers we keep losing to people who are taking healthcare away from the American people losing to people who are cutting tax cuts for wealthy people and blowing up deficit, we should ask ourselves. Why are we losing to people that are adopting policies that are so answer to what the American people want? And a big reason for that is that we're not talking to the middle of America. We're just we've got a bi-coastal vice that that's unconstructive. Well, let's talk about that. You talk about something called the Trump trap. And it seems to me when it comes to congressional oversight. He may be setting a trap, which is you say, no to everything you stonewall on everything. And it's going to jam congressional Democrats, and it is perhaps setting up a no win situation. It's sort of if you want to hold them accountable you have to start impeachment. You don't go down this line. How do you? Void that trap. What do Democrats do tomorrow? Bill bar does not agree to testify Mollard if they withhold Muller. What do you expect the Democrats to do? Well, I agree. First of all with the Democrats that you you quoted earlier in the program that Muller auto resign. It's disgraceful what he's done. Right. I'm sorry bar bar. He's behaved like, you know, Trump's criminal defense lawyer said that he turned generally United States. It's just and by the way, well in just this week, the kinds of things Crump has gotten away with attorney general's gotten away with if Barack Obama had done one of them. They'd be calling for his head. The fact that they're willing to do that doesn't mean we should go down that radical. I think we should see whether or not pressure will build for the Muller testimony pressure will build to get the report out. And I think that we should do all we can to beat those drums and make sure he does have to come testify to congress and tell us what he found and explain why Bill bars summary of the work that he did a guy who is mired at least in the old days was admired by everybody. You know, no matter what part of the work. He did over two years that demonstrates conclusively that he could not. Clear the president of committing the crime of of conspiracy of obstruction. You know, he said I can't indict a president. So I'm not gonna knock into not going to say that he committed crime. But based on the evidence that I've seen I can't clear him for this crime. That means that congress has to do its oversight. All right. Let me move to if you run against Donald Trump because I want to show you these economic numbers three point six percent unemployment two hundred sixty three. New two thousand jobs created in April three point two percent, wages of wait three point type wage increase. Consumer confidence is fairly high. There's a lot of voters out they say, all right. I don't like Donald Trump's character. But the economy is humming. And I vote pocketbook. What are you talk? How do you convince that vote or not vote their pocketbook? If they like this. Note people will people will vote their pocketbook. But Chuck were in the tenth year of recovery that started in two thousand nine when Barack Obama was president. If you look at the job creation numbers along that trajectory over that ten years. It goes just like this Donald Trump is elected in the last two years, and I will confess even he couldn't screw up the momentum that we have been going on for the eight years that he got elected the difficulty is that when you're in a state like mine, Colorado, which has one of the most dynamic economies in the world. Not just in America people still most people can't afford housing. They can't afford health healthcare. They can't afford higher education. They can't afford early child who had education. They can't afford a middle class lifestyle. And Donald Trump has done nothing to help with that nothing to help with it. Second point. I would make is even if you feel like he's done the right thing by cutting taxes, which I don't because he cut taxes. On the wealthiest people in America Moseley, even if you feel like he's done the right thing in a regulatory way or taking on China and away you like the fact that he has built his entire political career on dividing Americans, not United Americans undestroyed institutions. I've going after the free press on violating the rule of law and being proud of that on playing Patsy to dictators like Putin and in the North Korea dictator just this week. I mean here he's saying I'm with him. He says I'm with him. I know he wouldn't do anything to hurt. His Connie North Koreans are starving because of what he and his father have done to their Konomi. So we gotta keep our.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on AP News

"One hundred eighty million shares in its initial public offering at a price projected between forty four and fifty dollars per share that could raise as much as nine billion dollars and values. Uber at eighty to ninety one point five billion that's lower than previous estimates of the company's value which were as high as one hundred and twenty billion the figures are likely to be revised Uber gets feedback from potential investors who gave those investors I look at its finances this month revealing nearly eight billion dollars in losses over a decade. But also impressive growth. I'm Ben Thomas. Details on the twenty fifth JAMES BOND. Film have been announced as AP entertainment correspondent marches are a letter reports fives co-star will be an Oscar winner. The as yet untitled JAMES BOND movie will be shot in Jamaica, Norway in the UK. The film will be about bond retired in Jamaica until a friend in the CIA asks for his help. Rescuing kidnapped scientist Daniel Craig will portray bond for the fifth time and the last time for him. The villain will be played by bohemian rhapsody star ramming Maalik who gives a preview in a videotape statement of his villainous capabilities, and I promise you all I will be making sure Mr. bond does not have an easy ride of it in this his twenty fifth outing the film will be out next April. I'm Archie zaraleta age and the presidential race. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute. President Trump who is seventy two talks about age. Vibrant, man, he tells reporters he feels a lot younger than seventy six year old Joe Biden, Joe. Oh, I.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on AP News

"One hundred eighty million shares in its initial public offering at a price projected between forty four and fifty dollars per share that could raise as much as nine billion dollars and values. Uber at eighty to ninety one point five billion that's lower than previous estimates of the company's value which were as high as one hundred and twenty billion the figures are likely to be revised Uber gets feedback from potential investors. Hoover gave those investors. The I look at its finances this month revealing nearly eight billion dollars in losses over a decade. But also impressive growth. I'm Ben Thomas. Details on the twenty fifth JAMES BOND. Film have been announced as AP entertainment. Correspondent marches are a lot of reports bonds co-star will be an Oscar winner. The as yet untitled JAMES BOND movie will be shot in Jamaica. Norway, and the UK the film will be about bond retired in Jamaica until a friend in the CIA asks for his help. Rescuing kidnapped scientist Daniel Craig will portray bond for the fifth time and the last time for him. The villain will be played by bohemian rhapsody star ramming Maalik who gives a preview in a videotape statement of his villainous capabilities, and I promise you all I will be making sure Mr. bond does not have an easy ride of it in this his twenty fifth outing the film will be out next April. I'm Archie zaraleta age and the presidential race. I'm Tim Maguire AP news minute. President Trump who is seventy two talks about age. Vibrant, man, he tells reporters he feels a lot younger than seventy six year old Joe Biden, Joe,.

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What If the Meteor that Helped Wipe out the Dinosaurs Had Missed Earth?

BrainStuff

06:08 min | 3 years ago

What If the Meteor that Helped Wipe out the Dinosaurs Had Missed Earth?

"Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Vogel bomb here on the northern coast of the Yucatan peninsula near the town of chick. Love. Mexico is a crater about one hundred twenty miles in diameter. That's about one hundred ninety kilometers the asteroid that created this crater was about six miles. That's ten kilometers wide and hit the earth sixty five million years ago in spite of these immense, measurements, the craters hard to see even if you're standing right on its rim to get a good map. Nasa. Researchers examined it from space. Ten years before the nineteen ninety discovery of the chick fil crater, physicists, Louise, Alvarez and geologist. Walter Alvarez, a father son team proposed a theory about the impact that we know today created it. They noted increased concentrations of the element iridium in sixty five million year old clay radium is rare on earth, but it's more common in some objects from space like meteors and asteroids, according to the Alvarez theory, a massive asteroid had hit the earth blanketing the world iridium, but shower of particles wasn't the only affect of the collision the impact caused fires climate change and widespread extinctions at the same time dime stores, which until then had managed to survive for a one hundred eighty million years died out, geophysicist Doug Robertson of the university of Colorado at boulder theorizes, the impact heated earth's atmosphere dramatically causing most big dinosaurs to die with an hours this mass extinction. Definitely happened fossil evidence shows that about seventy percent of species living on earth at that time. Became extinct. The massive die off marks the border between the Cretaceous and tertiary periods of earth's history. Which are also known as the age of reptiles and the age of mammals respectively today, scientists call the extinction decay t- event after the German spellings of Cretaceous and tertiary the t- event had an enormous effect on life on earth. But what would have happened if the asteroid hadn't missed would it have led to a world where people in dinosaurs would coexist or one in which neither could live. In a world where an asteroid whizzed past earth instead of crashing down with a force of a hundred million tons of TNT life could have progressed much differently. Sixty five million years ago, some of the animals and plants that are common today. We're just getting started these include placental mammals, which are mammals that develop inside a placenta in the womb and angiosperms, which are flowering plants insects that rely on flowers, such as bees were also relatively new many of these life forms thrived after the t- event, and without that mass reptilian extinction to clear the way they may not have found ecological niches to fill in this scenario. Today's world might be full of reptiles and short on mammals, including people. But even if the asteroid hadn't hit done stores and other Cretaceous life forms might have become extinct. Anyway, some dinosaur species had started to dwindle long before the asteroid's impact. This has led many researchers to conclude that the asteroid was just one aspect of a complex story. Other global catastrophes. Massive volcanic eruptions in what is now. India most likely played a role also the earth's changing landscape as the supercontinent Panja broke up into today's continents. Probably had something to do with it too. Then there's another argument that the chip to love asteroid hit the earth too early to have caused the extinction. Researchers Gerda Keller and Marcus Harding, both conclude that the impact took place three hundred thousand years before the end of the Cretaceous period. Keller theorizes chick fil impact was one of at least three massive collisions Harding argues at the iridium layer didn't come from the web asteroid but from another event such as series of meteors burning up in the atmosphere. He bases. This theory on ROY particles objected during the impact a most of these are in an older layer of the earth than the Katie iridium layer, according to both of these points of view the absence of the club. Asteroid strike may not have had a big affect on the k t extinction earth was a warm planet for most of the time that dinosaurs lived after the end of the Cretaceous period, the world got a lot colder and experienced several ice ages. Whether dinosaurs could have survived such change in climate is debatable. It's hard to come to a definitive conclusion about what the world would look like today without the chicks love impact. But the question of whether people in dinosaurs could have coexisted is a captivating won the ideas, president in everything from the Congo legend of mock lame Obembe to King Kong to the pervading kitsch of the Flintstones. Then of course, there's the prevailing scientific theory about the origin of birds that they are in essence dinosaurs that we are coexisting with today. Today's episode was written by Tracy the Wilson and produced by Tyler claim brain stuff is a production. Iheartradio's how stuff works to hear more from Tracy. Check out the podcast stuff, you missed in history class and for more on this and lots of other historic topics is that our home planet. How stuff works dot com. 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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on KGO 810

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Feature about cities, creating sanctuary sections for guns and the coach that seems destined to wear torn pants in the NC double A tournament because he only has one suit you can hear that report on our website, which is this morning with Gordon Deal dot com. It's available right now. Welcome into Friday eve beyond the headlines now, this morning's Mike Gavin is here with a look at some of the other stories you'll be talking about this morning. Good morning. Well, we're not sure when exactly it's going to happen. But you know, it is going to happen sooner. Rather than later. We're talking about the moment where you realize that your perfect NC double A tournament bracket has been ruined. And whether that happens this afternoon tonight, or if you're really lucky sometime this weekend. No that you're far from alone. According to the NC, double A, the odds of picking an absolutely perfect bracket are one in nine point two Queen tilles in case, you're having trouble visualizing, a number that gargantuan. That's a nine and a two followed by seventeen zeros. Now, if you want to sit less lofty goals in shoot forgetting all thirty two opening round games. Right. And you still facing pretty steep odds. According to a math professor interviewed by USA today. One in four point two billion and memo to any employees at Warren Buffett's, Berkshire Hathaway who think they can win a million dollars a year for life. Thanks to a perfect Sweet Sixteen don't go mansion shopping just yet Cording to market watch. Your odds are very steep one in two hundred eighty trillion. Wow. Which is the world's population fifty million times over or something like that Warren warm could probably afford to give somebody a million dollars a year for life. It's probably not going to happen. I didn't look I know we get into these odds sometimes with these massive jackpots in the lottery. Yeah. Like, Saturday's Powerball will be north of six hundred million dollars. Right, right. I wonder how the one point nine two Quin tilling for a perfect NC double A tournament bracket matches up to the arts to winning that might be better actually winning the Powerball. It is. Yeah, except I remember the odds are usually like one in one hundred eighty million one hundred eighty billion something like that. Yeah. It's not anywhere near Queen telling you, it makes me feel real good about Saturday's drawing, exactly. I'm really running. Yeah. Forget filling out the bracket and just so by some Powerball tickets, you'll be all set. And if you're going to get nabbed by police, Gordon, you might as well do it with some style. At least that's what we think one person in southern California must have been thinking when they're lawbreaking turned into break. Dancing at the end of the pursued by police he pursued began in the Calabasas area and headed east on the one oh one into Los Angeles that north on the four oh five where the motorist exited the freeway in the San Fernando Valley Bali and C H cruiser finally bumped the car and spun it out the driver got out with hands up, but did not appear to be fully complying with officers. Pointing guns at him as the scene became a luminated by law enforcement helicopters spotlight. Bus drivers, suddenly busted, a move breaking out a ten second dance before finally being busted while. If you have to have your car bumped by police, and they draw guns on you. Right. When you finally come to a stop doesn't strike me as the most ideal time. Into a dance. Right. You don't wanna make any sudden movements fall? Has anything like that? Obviously. Everybody's very agitated by you already got their guns on you. I ready probably not a good idea. You've already created probably what was a tremendous danger. Yes. Right with this whatever chase rhyming, right? The answer. Your next question blood, alcohol levels were not immediately available to be published for this. Okay. Do some research. Follow up on.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WTVN

"And that's not that's not going anywhere near road. That's my first thought. And mowers and everything else. Just like the last guy. And then also I don't trust them. They're not gonna use that money for something else. And the roads aren't going to be any better. I mean, that's where you're gonna. Here's the thing to Bill you. We're not going to see this immediately. It's not like by the end of the year. All the roads will be really really good because how many times do they start a project, and you drive that same route for years and two years in your gone good God. When are they going to finish this, you know, and as they take longer and longer, and they have they can't buy all of the materials they need for that job. All at once. So two years from now, do you think those same materials will cost what they cost now? No, they won't right. Right. Okay. Thanks, man preciado. And this is the proposed increase would raise seven hundred twenty five million a year for the state's highway and bridge network, and it generates four hundred eighty million a year for local government street needs. It says here, and that's kind of echoing what Bill was saying. They're a little bit as well. I think hey, Dana. Thank you for calling. You're on sixteen WTVN. What you got? Well, you know, I I can see we we do need to repair our roads and our registered and what else, but we also need to watch dog and seeing what they do with that. I was told that one of the reasons why Amazon been pick is because I've worked for infrastructure. Our roads, our registered another thing is that weren't as good as the states that they want to. Yeah. I can't. I don't know. They're certainly that's as good as answer as any, Dan. Thanks with regard to I don't know what Amazon did regarding that. I can't corroborate that. But you know, what would the checks and balances that you're talking about how do you actually how does that? How do you have somebody who watches over every single dollar because chances are that person works for somebody who's higher up within that organization being owed or whomever? You think they're going to blow the whistle on. I, you know, I, I don't know. You know, what really scares me more is forty percent goes to local municipality. That's a lot of money. That's the one hundred eighty million dollars a year, man. That's what that is. It seems to be. I'm just I know this is generalizing, and it's not everywhere. But it's at that local level where you get people doing a little kind of a look over here. And then Phuc swipe out of the it seems to be on that local level where you're going to probably get a little more misappropriation because at least you're under a bigger magnifying glass on the state level local level, not so much. So think about how much money could potentially be missed squanders lawn. Yeah. On the local level. Yeah. Interesting, man. Jerry, welcome to the show. Thanks for calling six ten WTVN. What you got brother? Hey, mark. What do you think about trying to get everybody district six all the engineers fired? I don't know about that. I mean, I is it necessarily their fault. Or are they being told are they they coming up this together? I don't know. Part of part of my angle is is that I mean, I don't know about you. But I mean, I'm kind of five with how the roads all the highways are around Columbus. I mean every time I mean, we got a new smart lane going on down. What six seventy and hey couldn't figure out how to merge with eastern.

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News in Brief 18 February 2019

UN News

03:16 min | 3 years ago

News in Brief 18 February 2019

"This is the news in brief from United Nations. The peace agreement signed these month in the Central African Republic is a welcome step that brings hope to millions of children the head of the UN children's fund UNICEF said on Monday plunged into turmoil in two thousand thirteen when Muslim rebels seized power in the mostly Christian country. Thousands of since been killed in the violence in more than a million displaced UNICEF chief in Rieti four welcomed the commitments made to protect children's rights, but asserted that pledges are not enough saying now is the time for action. She noted that two-thirds of the children need humanitarian assistance one in four is displaced in millions are out of school mannerist invulnerable disease in exploitation miss four presented concrete steps to turn the agreement into practice, including by releasing all children from armed groups in judicially, treating them as children and victims. Unicef is full that these agreement will be fundamental step towards long lasting peace for the countries. Children mentioned miss four from smartphones. To wedding rings, the hidden cost of everyday gold threatens human and environmental health. According to a new U N initiative launched on Monday, he cheer gold production. Exposes millions of men women and children globally to toxic levels of mercury. Moreover, artisanal and small scale gold mining called AS GM is the single largest source of man-made mercury missions in causes health risks such as brain damage vision and earing loss in delay chug will development for minors in their communities. The new one hundred eighty million US dollars GIF Gould program aims to improve mining conditions for t- journal and small-scale gold miners across eight countries while also slashing harmful mercury missions Jacob Dewar, head of UN environments, chemicals and health branch said that by phasing out mercury. Use in connecting minors to markets for responsibly produced in source minerals. GIF gold will help to ensure the gold value. Chain both supports miners and provides consumers with access to ethically produced environmentally sustainable. Gold in keeping with the steam of work as part of its centenary International Labor Organization on his aloe is urging all countries to ratify at least one labor convention in two thousand nineteen for one hundred years. Ilo labour standards have improved the working lives of millions of people from eliminating force in child labor to ensuring seafarers rights in promoting gender equality while they have been the bedrock of our low end its mandate. Much work remains in globalization and cross-border titties bring on new challenges coding, Varga, director of Aloes international labor standards department underscore that by ratifying, global labor standards. Millions of workers we believed in no one will be left behind in the world of work negotiated by government employers and workers representatives, I lo- conventions cover work discrimination in collective bargaining strengthened. Social dialogue in labor policies in the dress range of issues such as minimum wages pensions in occupational safety. We hope that as many Member States as possible will step up to the plate in ratify these years. Trust me, Varga and Carmo UN news.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"According to celebrity NetWorth, Giselle NetWorth is four hundred million dollars, which is more than twice of Tom's. Which the site values at one hundred eighty million which is like nothing, you know, which is like could you even? Yeah. Like, you need to you need to actually win the bread at some point here retired issue up. I think she retired. She does she does make a ton. But she or made a ton. But she's retired now. So like, it's doesn't really make as much sense. But he's not wrong. He Tom can afford to it's a privilege. He can afford to cause he's got a wife makes none of money. This isn't related, but it is a poem. I wrote and we're out of time. So I'm just going to say roses are red. And sweet just like, Honey, I'm not a wife, but I make lots of money. Nobody's. Well, somebody's wife does. But like. I'm doing. All right. Whatever would. So. I'm not going to be a poet. Okay. We gotta learn things. There's different kinds of those as poetry. So I'm sure we just did speed poetry and had I had time to prep. I probably could have written. You saw the better name for the L tweet guys out some some real better ones. But you know, what? Until then blow me. Say we have time for one more do that this podcast is brought to you by quip. And I know I've noticed we already thinking this third one's not going to be. No, no, no. No. No. No. Okay. So I'm going to guess because it's quick. And I stupidly gave you guys ammo the other day tweeted about quip you did you did about heavy at did. And you're like, oh, this is stuck in my head. And I was like cool. We're going to do that on the great. So now, it's time and its love theme. So it's just now that we found love I have d- is how we're going to do this quick read. All right. Sure. Let's do it. What is the best song of all time? Now, we we going to do with quiz. We do. What the.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

The Twenty Minute VC

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on The Twenty Minute VC

"Of a subsequent reasoning behind that willingness to flex on price. Sure. So if Twitter is the painful example, I'd say square is the counterpoint to that. Right. So. We offered Twitter at term sheet of five million pre money valuation. We were an investor in Odio prior companies. So I think I was user Twitter user, number two hundred and seventy five we were right there. We offered five Fred came in at twenty a few months later, and to make it even more painful called me and said, you know, we're doing around at twenty and I I know I didn't take your terms you can five, but if you wanna put money in on this round, you can and I didn't do it. We just didn't do it. So he's about to expensive at a time. We didn't know all we're doing our first or second year of business. And at the time, we'd never invested company greater than ten million pre. So he said, you know, this is this is four x higher that our term sheet, and this is to x higher than our all time high. Thanks, but no, thanks. I had that Email like take up on my computer, monitor and it was very painful, we learned something. So when Jack was stopping square and we met with him. But he said, well, you know, if you thought Twitter was expensive, this is going to be even more expensive in his first round. Was that a forty pre and we learned our lesson. And we were fortunate to be the second largest investor behind closely in that first round there. And so I think that was an example where we were willing to flex on price. I absolutely love that story. And I'd love to see that original Email kind of fussing session point. They being the first Jack. I'm always a big believer Jochen. The best investments are made. No once twice on reserve. How do you think about resolve allocation stay with us around? I'd love to hear that. So we learned a lot right art. I fund was a seven million dollar fund with three and a half million ten aside for initial investments three and a half million for Baal on fifty fifty split over time that shifted. There was a point in time where I think we had a quarter of our fun being reserved for initial investments of three quarters for follow. Today. We're putting a little more front where we're kind of back to where we started where pretty close to fifty fifty primarily because what we've seen is later stage valuations have increased our faster and are greater than seat stage valuations and as. Result where we sit down and say where do we want our blended capital, deployed? We wanna make sure that we're buying sufficient ownership up, but we are fairly large fund. What's interesting is on? We're testing out. A now is one hundred eighty million dollar fund. We're still investing at a super early stage. We're still investing at preceded at sea. And therefore, I know that there's going to be a lot of downstream rounds. And if you look at some of the companies that have gone public whether it's blue apron or on dick we did follow on maternally, which produce stronger returns. I mean gone super extinct for me. I'm always a big believer. That ownership spilt on fuss. Check and then often with some of the best investments they can get plugged into the tree so to speak by the much larger big players that would you agree that ownership can be built at a time. Then given those examples would do you think that really maybe like me that it's crucial spilled out ownership on us. Check argue that it's pretty important to build it on. I check I think that it just gets so expensive to accumulate ownership in the later rounds that. To some degree. I think you're ownership is your first check and later investments are more of a cash on cash return rather than a multiple Arar return. I absolutely agree with that in the investment decision making process. How does not like in on and does it differ. When looking at reserve says initial it does not as a partnership, we decide investments together. It's two thirds. We don't need unanimity. No partner has veto and pundit mentally. It's a pretty collaborative process. I would say that it's volved over the years world Taipei world driven world competitive adventures of business. We don't have short term milestones. So I'd say in the early days of our partnership..

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He makes them feel a part of it. He lets them play with his toys something Jimmy Johnson. Didn't let Jerry Jones do which is the reason they had a divorce. It's it's the reason that Parcells grew to hate craft is because he thought Kraft wanted to be a football guy and craft just wanted ballot. Just wanted parcels to make him feel good about spending one hundred eighty million dollars for team. But he million feel like an outsider. These guys who have all this money, a have huge egos, and they wanna feel more than an outsider who's a pain in the bud to these coaches, and that's what caused me and genius job. Is the reason a Parcells relationship blew up with craft. It's the reason Jimmy Jerry, divorced. Neither one is have nearly the success. Apart that they had together quick story. And I know you'll this, and I hope the lessons. Well, two names have been changed to protect the city here. I'm not gonna give you the next day after we get off the air. Yes. I will tell you. But I won't have to call Chris, and Tom you can. Coach once told me the same thing relationship coach owner, what to tell them how much you keep them in the loop. He said that he didn't really trust the owners football acumen, and they're coming up on draft and everything else, and he would employ one of his coaches, helpers, whatever quality control guy, whatever put together to highlight tape of the players that they liked and they would vote to get a highlight tapes of players that they didn't like, and they would just put good plays in for the players that they liked and put bad plays for the players that they didn't like and. Mister blank blank blank owner. We need you sit down and watch these tapes with us, and they go to the tapes, and he really played yet your so. Yeah, of course. And then they the guys that they wanted, but they were smart enough to get the owner in wild. Let him believe that. He's actually got his hands on the draft wouldn't they're doing it all on the adding we're editing room poor as to wherever they want. So yes, if you're so obnoxious, you can't find a way to appease your owner. The guy that's writing your check you deserve to be on the unemployment line. Eight seven seven three three seven six six six six. Jody Mak what you're on the fan. Eight seven seven Kars four kids K. Kids. Eight seven seven kids.

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"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"one hundred eighty million" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The husband of the owner killed her and shot himself over there divorce Duluth police were called to the edge Tuttle hair, salon on north Berkeley, lake and pleasant hill road just before it opened received several phone calls regarding shots fired. And then it got updated to a person shot officer tested. He tells me the owner of the salon was shot twice and found dead in the parking lot. All her husband, suffered a self inflicted gunshot wound inside the couple's daughter locked in a back room at the salon during the shooting. Sandra parrish. WSPA J students arrive back at their off campus housing to discover they've been robbed Athens. Clarke county police suspect teenagers, you know, win students leave for winter break, their opportunistic, they work in teams. They move quickly officer Jeffrey Guillen tells channel two action news they've received nearly three dozen reports of break ins from students. But so far. There are no arrests Atlanta school board. City council agreed to use school property tax money to help pay for the Goltz redevelopment downtown school superintendent Maria carstarphan claims the agreement benefits the district with a net of up to one hundred eighty million dollars school system drops its objections to the financing, though, other groups such as red light the Gulch are still challenging the bond. Use a real gas bag gets into the college football hall of fame in Atlanta. The iconic Goodyear blimp has reached new heights as an honorary member of the college football hall of fame the first non player or coach to be inducted the blimp flying over college games at the Rose Bowl in nineteen fifty five and since then has covered more than two thousand games, a new exhibit at the hall here in Atlanta will showcase historical blimp artifacts video footage and pictures says Archie manning college players and fans know that when the Goodyear blimp shows up it's a big game. Chris camp WSB news time, six eleven.

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Ancient Marine Reptiles Had Familiar Gear

60-Second Science

02:08 min | 3 years ago

Ancient Marine Reptiles Had Familiar Gear

"This is science Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yata long before dolphins swim the seas there near look alike. Ichthyosaur's inhabited the earth's oceans now, scientists say those ancient seafaring reptiles may have had more in common with modern day sea turtles and marine mammals than we knew over time a dead animals bones can be slowly replaced by minerals leaving behind a rocky fossil. The researchers demon our allies the one hundred eighty million year old fossil of an atheist or and it left behind soft flexible tissues, richest out of amazing, you Hon. Linda grain a paleontologist at Lund university in Sweden. It turns south out the skin is still there, which sells so Senator organ, an even traces of the original biomolecular makeup to his remains revealed that the idiot source sported camouflage appropriate for its underwater environment light on the bottom darker on top just like many marine animals have today. The researchers also found a black glossy substance that was harder to identify. So they collected Dead Sea turtles porpoises in mimicked, fossils, ation by heating and squashing the creatures skin which led them to realize that the darker substance in the this or fossil must be blubber. So from having blubbery site to some expensive yourself must have been warmed routed. So to say at least two of the same degree as two mortar letter back turtle right up in photos of the fossil are in the journal nature. And there's one more intriguing. Secret contained in the remains proteinaceous material. Which makes you wonder if you sequenced it could you go backwards, and reconstruct the DNA that code for the proteins in other words, bingo, die known. Of course, Hicks sores were not dinosaurs. But the Jurassic Park methodology is what's important. So could we resurrect one starting from their protein sequences? Now, well or have fish? Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don.

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Ill Drink to That: The New $25,000 Scotch

Business Wars Daily

04:25 min | 4 years ago

Ill Drink to That: The New $25,000 Scotch

"Business wars daily is brought to you by papal when it comes to growing your business. You need a partner you can trust for today and tomorrow and pay pal processes over ten million payments per day. That's experience you can rely on. Visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. From wondering, I'm David Brown. And this is business wars daily on this. November sixteenth. It's been an intense month already, and we're only halfway through if you're breathing a sigh of relief that it's Friday. You might be thinking tonight's a good time to raise a glass and toast the end of the week. Now, if you're a whiskey drinker, you have a lot of choose from and more coming every day. Expensive, single malt scotch is of long been considered the top of the line blended scotches are the poor cousin to the fancy single malls. Well, these days in the complex whiskey world snob. Appeal carries more and more weight, according to the Daily Beast US sales of scotch whisky of shot up sixty five percent over the last fifteen years alone. Single malts have led the growth, but you might imagine that a rising tide floats all whiskey you'd be wrong blend. Sales have actually been faltering blended whisky companies one in on the rapidly growing. Luxury scotch market, and they're trying to catch up the world's leader in single malts. Scotland's mcallen founded in eighteen twenty four that companies doing so well that it recently built a one hundred eighty million dollar distillery and architectural wonder designed to mimic the hills around it several of its bottles have sold for a million dollars or more blame the catchup game. Johnny walker. The biggest blended whisky company it released its oldest whiskey to date in October painting the fifty year old blend as one that true connoisseurs would be lucky to get just listen to the way the company's master blender Jim beverage describes it each drop of this whiskey has been Hansel elected from some of the most valuable and precious casks of Malton grain whiskies to be found in our reserves. He says at twenty five thousand dollars a bottle. It's hardly for everyone handy because Johnny Walker produced only one hundred bottles in by the way, individually. Numbered. Handcrafted black crystal decanters, perhaps you lust after a taste of Johnny Walker fifty year old whiskey, but you don't happen to have twenty five thousand dollars to spare tonight. Well, the company will be happy to serve you say a drink of Johnnie Walker black label the bottle ranges from ten bucks to two hundred fifty dollars. Now that could seem like quite a deal. From wondering this is business. Moore's daily this week's episodes were written edited and produced by lane Appleton grant, Ginny lower is our editor and producer our executive producer is Marshall. Louis rated by or non Lopez were wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see you next week. Business wars daily is brought to you by pay pal. Wants an attorney in New York City, Linda transformed her resale hobby into a thriving luxury consignment company called Linda stuff. What was once a passion project that started by selling her kids? Video games is now a one hundred person company in ninety three thousand square foot facility wholly focused on designer fashion as a company specializing in high end, previously owned goods, reputation is everything integrity and trust. Or a critical part of how the company operates from day. One Linda has counted on pay pal every step of the way to help. Give her customers confidence and protect her business from fraud, even when selling internationally when it comes to growing your business. Pay pal is your payments partner for today and tomorrow, visit pay pal dot com slash growth to set up a free business account today. That's pay pal dot com slash growth. To sign up for free today.

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