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"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The Trendzone
"That's the football dudes. Extra nam ical fantasy show available on your on the youtube channel football dudes and act football dudes dot com gave in a little better news taco charleston. I mean T. j. watt just signed a huge contract extension to say to stay in pittsburgh good news for the steelers man. I'm glad they got that taken care of that. Was that was. Maybe going to get nasty. So i'm really excited. They get his him out on the field. He is so fun to watch yet. Do so cool you hear that. He told his agent to take a hike. They said oh we can get you more money. He's like one. Hundred twelve is good enough he walked into. Rooney's office set on signing that deal and he's like boss. I gotta go. I gotta get the practice man. That's what you want out of the star player. And i think that's why all his homeboys gathered around and said pay this dude no doubt about it dude. And when you're a steeler and that's your fan base sort of the work in blue collar guy. They don't wanna hear about some dude bickering over a an extra million dollars between one hundred. Twelve hundred and fifteen million or whatever. That's not what they wanna hear. They wanna hear that their guy got into camp and is ready to go. Yeah pretty impressive man. And he is a huge part of the steelers defense. Alright dave. We got an awesome slate of games on sunday. And we're just going to blast through some of these tune into the trend zone during the regular season. We get a little more in depth and give you the tasty inner these. But we're just going to blast through day the jacksonville jaguars at the houston texans. The trevor lawrence urban meyer era. Starting on sunday man. And it's tyrod taylor at least for the week as long as he stays away from those lum needles. Jeez okay man about. It's the los angeles chargers at the washington football team. Dude that washington front is vicious and the chargers coming off a season with the worst offensive line in football but they've got the hotshot kid quarterback and they've got a brand new head coach brandon's daily..
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix
"He could be a top four team in the east coming season. Do you disagree with that No i don't disagree that. I i think i agree. I think they underachieve to a degree last year. And everybody stays healthy. If you see return to the norm or a growth and dunkin robinson development in tyler here obama to bio getting better. I think they can be a top four team in the east. And i think that's just the exercise for them now right again can't match the firepower of the nets. You can't get you on us you're going to. You're going to try all right so it if nothing else you've got a core that you really you know just made the finals a year ago. That you feel really confident in that. You've now bolstered a little bit with lower impe j. tucker the clock is ticking. You have issues you have. I think injury concerns starting on opening night automatically but if they hold together if they're healthy he could be a top four team in the east and with a punchers chance to to make a deep playoff room. Yeah and yeah you get to the play offs erik spoelstra. Jimmy butler guys like that. They've got a they've got a shot at the very least so we'll see what happens with miami. You mentioned the next. I do wanna talk about them. What do we think about. The knicks did on monday here because no issue with them. Re-signing there guys. Derrick rose nerlens. Noel alec burks these are all manageable contracts. They brought them back on three year. Type deals relatively modest deals by today's nba standards. But then you have evan. Forty and forty as interesting to me on multiple levels here but forty. I gets a four year. Seventy eight million dollar deal with the knicks. Now there's a team option for that fourth year so really. It's just a three-year sixty ish million dollar contract. But the knicks are basically swapping out forty four reggie bullock and they're paying twice the price for it so give me your take on on the knicks. Did we just see a good knicks move. Did we see a classic knicks move which is generally viewed as negative. Like how do you view the forty signing hesitate to put for new signing in the in that category of the old old look at the knicks going and overpaying for average ish players. It's not quite that because as you note if the fourth years a team option is really only through your commitment big number but everything's a big number now we gotta keep in perspective the fact that what's the salary cap the cap is going to be. What one hundred twelve million or something. But he is going to be. What is it gonna be their highest paid. I haven't looked at the the the payroll he's going to be one of the highest paid players right up there a little bit more than julius randle imagine. Yeah so he might be the highest paid player..
Eligible U.S. Families With Children will receive Child Tax Credit Payments
"More than thirty six million american families. We'll start seeing extra money in their bank accounts today. The irs is sending out the first round of payments that are part of the expanded child tax credit the average family. We'll get about three thousand dollars total for each child. that's a big increase. Since the usual child tax credit is up to two thousand dollars for each child. People won't get all the money at once though families with children under age six. We'll get up to three hundred dollars per child every month for children between six and seventeen. It's two hundred fifty dollars and there is no limit on the number of children. Everyone qualifies except the most affluent families for parents who filed taxes as a single person. The cap is one hundred twelve thousand dollars a year. It's one hundred fifty thousand dollars for married couples who file their taxes together. People with higher incomes will get smaller payments. The extra money will come every month until the end of this year. Either through direct deposit or check in the mail. The rest of the tax credit can be claimed as a tax refund next year as the new york times reports. Nearly ninety percent of all american children have parents who qualify for the tax credits. Bipartisan experts predict the payments could cut child poverty in half however some critics have said not everyone who's getting these payments really needs them so they believe at least some of the money is going to waste still. Congress approved the expanded child tax credit as part of the last relief package in
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The Friends of Israel Today
"I know a man who is a habitual drunkard. It's impossible to speak with him because he drinks day and night. I met him recently as he was on his way to the synagogue and he said today i'm going to pay my debt to god. I told him. I know you're a great debt. Today you will empty your battle in tomorrow. It'll be full again. He said this is the last bottle. I confess this before you. I said true confession can only be made before. God but how can god forgive me. After so many years of sinful living he asked. This was the first time ever had an opportunity to speak seriously with this man. He said when my son was a baby my wife left us for a rich man. I was poor and bore the full responsibility of raising my son. I drink to forget everything. I told him. You've not found the true answer. Deal problems if i told you everything i have been through. You'd kill yourself because the bottle would not be strong enough to make you forget it. All i have experienced low cost. And i lost my entire family in the warsaw ghetto. How do you stay so strong. He asked god keeps me from giving up on life. When we turn to him he will be new to us john. Sixteen twenty says you will be sorrowful but your sorrow will be turned into joy. Would you like to come to home today. We can talk and get to know one another better. So he and his son came to my home and eight with my family before we ate. We thank dr savior. Have to delight said to him. I have told you all of my past troubles and yet i am happy because have receive. The lord is my savior. He then said essay can see you a happy but jesus cannot be our god he does not have the power dial us i said because you have mentioned jesus i would like to speak with you about him. He became very serious. And i read isaiah. Fifty three six like sheep have gone astray. We've turned everyone to his own way. And the lord laid on him then they could give us all. I then asked. Who is this speaking of. If it's not jesus. Suddenly he started to cry for a very long time when he regained his composure. Replied oh lord help me take me out of this darkness where i have been for so long. When he opened his eyes he seemed surprised and asked what happened to me. And my drunk again no. You're well then. Why have i been weeping. Why am i so weak. You are strong now. Now you will know the truth of some one hundred twelve one. Last is the man who fears the lord. If you truly receive a he will empower you.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Cardinals would probably number one on my list. I don't disagree that much with your order. i'm with you. Where are they right now. Cubs look much better than we thought. I still like the brewers so yeah is that division winnable. But that's why they need a max scherzer. They haven't pretty good farm system kind of middle of the pack so they have some some players to deal there the yankees and the cubs could use them. But i don't know if they have a farm systems to make that trade to the yankees wanted to go over the luxury tax. I think sherzer would push them over. Unless there's some money in there. I wanna throughout buster a team. I just brought up the giants who have a good farm system. The two highly rated catchers enjoy bart who by the way hitting three fifty eight at triple a. patrick bailey. Their first round pick. They have a bunch of outfielders pitchers in the lower levels so they have prospects. This would be a kind of a right turn from where they were going to start of the season but they won with that division. Max scherzer would help whether changes you'd put the next to the toronto blue jays. Sandy upgrades demonstrated during the offseason. They're trying to win this year. You know in an era which teams are tanking. Those teams have pushed their chips into the middle. Ca- bryan hayes last night. Losing a home run because he stepped over first base. Which is a first for me. Dave in terms of having some weird play where runners are returning and some other folks are involved in a play. I've never seen a guy hit a home. Run it step over first base. No i haven't seen that either. I asked her stats group. If they can dig up the last time it happened but stuff like that isn't necessarily categorize so we couldn't confirm the last time it happened. I'm sure it has. There's been you know like you said home runs. That were missed for passing runners in other robin ventura. Grand slam the playoffs. That turned into double the most famous taylor. And you're not a baseball nerd like i am. But in nineteen fifty-nine harvey haddix had a perfect game and he lost it in the thirteenth inning. On joe adcock walk off home. Run except joe adcock past hank aaron on the basis and thought it was a double peeled off. He'll be got a single home run. But i've never seen a guy who's a home run missing first base now. That was absolutely remarkable. Last one for you vlad. Junior chasing triple crown. He really come into his own. This year shohei ohtani another home. Run last night at this point. I'd say those guys. It'd be the front runners for american league. Mvp yes yeah. I think so. They're pretty much even in war. I to get your thoughts because mvp voting sometimes it goes beyond the stats to just. How impressive was this season. And that's kind of a gut feeling. So what's more impressive. S continues vlad chasing the triple crown or otani is doing both ways like we said they're pretty much even value. Does one of those others get more extra credit for their achievement. There have been multiple players. Won the triple crown. We'd never seen him shohei ohtani doing. And when i get asked the question doing radio interviews about the american league. Mvp i say look you know being a writer and someone who voted for mvp. I think the last time i did it was one thousand nine hundred five Writers loved their narratives. Yeah there's no doubt that otani's narrative. I will carry heavy through the mvp boating. What do you think yeah. That's my feeling at this point. You know the angels not being in the playoff race is probably only a minor factor. Trout might trout one at a couple of years ago and they were under five minute. So that's that's a factor. But i don't think it's a big one buster third in the league in opium s behind vlad jd martinez. He's in two point. One eight or nine ers is a pitcher is on pace to throw one hundred twelve innings. So he's not a full workload but it's one hundred innings that significant. I'm with you that narrative women it in one hundred and two years since babe ruth in one thousand nine hundred nineteen so. I think that extra edge does go to otani and by the way the angels said at the top of the show. They've actually been planned better yet. Last fifteen games. They've crawled within three games of five hundred. They're gonna get my trout back at some point so You know we'll see how that goes. All right sir always great to talk with.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The Jason Beem Horse Racing Podcast
"In two thousand nineteen it was one hundred fifty two million in twenty twenty. It was one hundred fourteen. And what was it. How did he even put the am iago to was what he got They were all a lot of the industry. Folks were promoting one hundred twelve so again regardless of whether it's a record or what it is Over one hundred million. Bet on belmont day. Did you know like it did have the field again of a big day and obviously not as big of a crowd in this time as far as on track as there was in two thousand and nineteen. But you know. I think overall i was i just thought it was an interesting day at a fun day. We're kind of in that point of post belmont world where everyone's watched the race several times inter now kind of getting into their deeper looks and theories on trips and decisions and and what have you but and i live for that kind of stuff like you know. Give me give me a slew of hot takes. And i'm i'm happy as can be. Why don't we get to dan djukic. We'll do that right after this quick time out again. Al ford coming up tomorrow for horse player thursday. The jury guys will be here on front. I'm going back home today. Excited to get back. Seattle for about a week and amazon. Think thursday thursday night excited to go back there. Give you my full report next week on that. But let's talk to it and try after this quick time out. It is a wednesday edition. The jason beam horse racing podcast brought to you.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"So we're almost through the first round here And nice win by the wizards despite the problem. Which we're kind of gets you 'cause. I mean the injury part of this playoffs like help. Just remind myself remind everybody listening that i mean. There's a really good chance they're going to have one injury here that derails. Maybe what we always gonna happen verdy seeing a potentially with embiid knows. Mri today. and then i think is actually wednesday and then the anthony davis part of having a groin and i don't know if it's presented his theory. Were i've mentioned this now for years. I think these guys are so big and yet they move in ways. We've we've just you know it's been going on for years so this isn't like it's overnight but i think we'd all agree those of us that grew up watching basketball. We're just seeing guys seven feeder or bigger move in ways that you're just not used to seeing guys move and i don't know if that's why presences always her i don't know if that's why embiid you know actually i argue probably been healthier throughout his thoughts beginning of it but we likely will have one injury that changes things doesn't mean that the championships invalid or any in that kind of stuff. But you know i. I don't know to condemned schedule. I know they're going to be a bunch of different arguments. But a lotta guys miss games to try to be ready for the playoffs and first round in. We've got some scary wants here chris. Paul hurt too as well but looked like he was better in game four. And then donovan mitchell. Who misses game. One in his more information's kind of been thrown around on that story. Line like he was legitimately that mad that he just couldn't play in game one so that it might have been something else or spin on the story. And so far i mean. He's closed games three and four really well He's a twenty eight points not gonna to rebounds only get into a game four assists shooting hasn't been great on nine three point seven per game. He's like thirty three percent. He was thirty nine percent of the regular season. But there's also something else was going on. Because i have talked at length about you know the offenses never been easier right. Never been easier to score but just a fact now. The regular season average offensive points per one hundred possessions rights so the offense of efficiency number four this year one hundred twelve point three points highest ever in nba history and really liked the collection of the highest seasons ever like the flash five seasons now four years ago the average offensive efficiency was one hundred eight point.
FuboTV Shares Rise on Better-Than-Expected Q1 Results, Subscriber Growth
"Percent this morning. After these streaming sports company raised guidance for the full fiscal year this was after revenue more than doubled in the first quarter. A how how. How real is this rise in the stock because this is i'm not hating on fubo. Tv but my first thought. When i saw this was. I wonder how much of this is a short squeeze so interesting survey. They grew their subscriber base at five hundred ninety thousand paid subscribers their total revenue like you said grew hundred and thirty five percent year over year. Two hundred nineteen point seven million their advertising revenue actually two hundred six percent to twelve point six million their subscription revenue increase two hundred and thirty one percent. So it's reaching a lot of subscribers but it still their overall base is still not Not massive in the way that you might expect some other streaming platforms if you think of streaming a lot of people think of youtube tv or who are net flex so this is still a very small player in the space like you said. It really focuses on sports so it is there. It has a lot of sports offerings. It also has forty three of the top fifty networks one hundred twelve channels so theoretically. It's for everyone but definitely for that. sports fanatic. And you're not to be interested in it. So the they mentioned launching a betting platform as well So like like. I said they have a pretty small base Their market caps only two point four billion in a really massive a massive area with a lot of tailwinds as people are getting more and more into court. Cutting you still see about seventy eight million people in the us with legacy cables that there are still people who need to come come over to the other side and court cut so it was a really really stellar quarter really stellar start fubo As as people see that pent up demand going back into live sports but because that basis so small. It's really impressive. But it's still not these staggering numbers. You come to associate On netflix hulu. It really is going to be
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"More possessions. More statistical opportunities restrictions on defenders. They've been trying to promote more freedom. More movement on offense players are more encouraged to shoot three point shots which means that long rebounds happened a lot more. Now you're speaking about three. Ought to brace where you have. The shooter go to the corner. The shoot a three pointer which lends itself to more rebounding opportunities. This is what reynolds was talking about in the piece that he did about the three point. Shot so you know. Basically it's like well you know again. Westbrook has more opportunities to get a triple double. I'm sorry when oscar robertson averaged his triple double in the nineteen sixty one fifty two season. Do you remember the statistical overflow. That was happening the typical throw up. That was happening in the league. Nineteen sixty one sixty two. That was the year that will enable an average fifty points a game and scored one hundred and one game. That was the year that elgin baylor average. I believe. Thirty eight points per game and like eighteen rebounds a game playing only on the weekend because he was enlisted in the army. There was a lot of statistical light incredible anomalies going on to wear oscar robertson averaging thirty seven points a game fourteen fifteen rebounds ten eleven assists per game. Take a look at the take a look at the points per game during the nineteen sixty one sixty two season and it was a eighteen league during that time i think the lowest scoring team in the league was at one hundred twelve hundred and thirteen points again. You had multiple teams that year averaging one hundred and twenty four hundred and twenty seven hundred and twenty eight points a game. How many shots do you think they were putting up during a game. So if you wanna use the argument toward russell westbrook his triple doubles being devalued or does not that big of a deal because of the way that the games played the points that are being scored in the way defenders can defend people and the advent of the three point shot. And how important that's become. That might be fine and you could use that. You could make an argument out of that. But then again. If i'm sitting there also and i want to foolishly tried to diminish with oscar robertson data nineteen sixty one sixty two. I can say well how many scoring opportunities many rebounding opportunities. How many assists opportunities do you think that's robertson had in the league where the medium four scoring port with somewhere around one hundred and eighteen and you only have eighteen in that lead. So you're speaking about opportunities that could triple doubles robertson. Tired of playing what. Maybe over forty minutes a game. Averaging over forty minutes a game and a season where again you will chamberlain scoring over fifty. You had walt bellamy scoring over thirty. I think the top five or six players in the nba as scoring wives concern. Where all over thirty points. A game shelter being put up. Lana shot for being put up..
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"The president's two trillion dollar infrastructure plan. It's scheduled for two twenty mountain time again to twenty mountain time. That infrastructure plan will include two trillion dollars in spending over the next eight years proposed increases in corporate tax rates from twenty one to twenty eight percent a ten percent increase in the payroll tax. That's for everybody and increase in the capital gains tax rates that could impact your investments. Could even impact your 401k. Nancy pelosi says it is predicting it will pass the house by the fourth of july. But that's the easy one then it has to pass the senate and the senate will take it up in october. That's a long time to be talking. About and fleshing out and projecting impacts on average americans of a tax rate hike there could be changes markets. This morning the dow industrial average up eighty two points the at thirty three thousand one forty one the s. and p. Five hundred up fifteen at three thousand nine hundred seventy four and the nasdaq up. One hundred twelve now at thirteen thousand one fifty seven yield on the ten year this morning back down really to one point. Seven two down from one point. Seven seven that fourteen month high yesterday and the day before west texas intermediate sixty dollars and seventeen cents a barrel. Now if you have not received your third stimulus check the. irs says. Don't worry you don't need to do anything except wait more or less. Yeah just you.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Yeah i mean if you look. I think we maybe every thirteen to fifteen inches of precipitation here a year. So you know if we get two to three inches. That's a that's a big star and really but you know we really need that to continue because because of the drought a lot of that which is good is going to soak into the soil and not a lot of it will be going into into the rivers and reservoirs so But we'll take anything we can. We're talking with miles. Bloom hard for collins colorado and yeah i mean even out here It was kind of weird. How there is like there was bands of of area. That got hit really hard a little bit east of greeley got hit. Really hard really really didn't seem to get that much and then for cons and level and like you talked about kinda got dumped on. It was an interesting store. Yeah anytime you have that low pressure. That's that's up in the southeast part of the state at wraps around and then so what happens it brings all that moisture from the gulf of mexico. Then you get eastwind. Goes up against the mountains. So you get the largest the foothills. They got up to four feet on the cameron. Peak fire burn area which is good and bad and then it kinda filters out fort collins gets a little more on the west side about two feet about twenty inches in the city. I looked really had anywhere from eleven to sixteen inches. When i saw so. And then you know in the planes that got a lot of rain Which eastern planes needed it a lot. So that's good for the farmers. Yeah there's no doubt about any of that miles bloom heart with the colorado and again joining us You mentioned The a little bit about now that moisture as soon as this melts That that runoff where they can't repeat fire happened. It's going to have to get cleaned up. Hurry yeah. I wind up on friday last friday up to Which is kind of ground zero. The biggest risk of flooding and erosion up there And i Talked to a person who owns property up there and they're concerned really concerned about buckhorn creek. Because a lot of the hillsides are basically you know scorched and the soil is sterilized. So they're worried now about that. Run off so that has been working on projects to try and mitigate that but you know they they won't be able to get in there until tell early april at the earliest and so they're really up against it so But they're they're trying to get in there. They have their projects prioritized. And you know we'll see if they can get it done in time well and as we talked about even way back when when this was all when the when the fires were happening miles we knew this day was gonna come. Maybe maybe happening a little bit earlier than we may have thought is that is that accurate You know the here's the problem. One hundred twelve day fire didn't end until december second. So there was you know they the the fire crews could could clean up some of that But there wasn't enough time for a lot of people to do anything and so now all of a sudden we're sitting here And these projects are now You know have been established but to be able to get in there and and you know try in You know increase the size of culverts and and do things like that difficult. When i went up the buckhorn road they were actually installing. These large culverts from the twenty thirteen sled. So that tells you how far behind they are yeah..
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Cardionerds
"I'm always worried about coronary artery disease causing qa or previous m. I especially in a patient with a heart attack or a patient that may have previously had a heart attack and might have an schemic cardiomyopathy now. Qa's can also be seen sometimes in infiltration so if this is possibly the ideology of the patient's current presentation might not be as from scar tissue. Might becuase from infiltration from something else moving onto his lap values thing. He has some pretty interesting. Testing was done so to start. We'll just say that his creating and b. Un were normal at one point. Two and twenty two a cbc showed a hemoglobin of fifteen a white count of nine point six. His lt's did show a mile. Trans emanate us with an ast fifty. Six am one hundred twelve h opponent pro bnp and inflammatory markers and then lactate were all elevated his initial high sensitivity opponent was two hundred and sixteen which repeat two hours later was two hundred nine. His probe emp was greater than seven thousand as presenting lactate was three point three i and like i mentioned his. Espn crp were both elevated. He did have on admission. A initial lab workup which involved in hiv tsa h farrington an a urine drug screen in an sp and all those returned normal or negative. We have this patient who is trying to compensate and in some ways he is. You know you have evidence here of hypo perfusion. Your lactose reported three at is not reassuring as we talked about. These patients are at risk of falling off the cliff so to speak and so we already have an elevated lactate. But at the same time he's managing to refuse his kidneys despite probably high venus hypertension from his congestion. But you are seeing markers of congestion liver enzymes which may also be from a hyper state. But then you also have this pro be. That's showing evidence of allegation is evidence of cardiac damage that's from high a. l. vp. Or potentially as you're building a case for infiltrative process that's rapidly developing which is making my spidey sense. Go up and so these labs are pointing us direction that this is a good opportunity to hopefully intervene on this patient and get a better outcome but not completely reassuring in something that again. We gotta continue acting on agree with dan completely. Shana just wanna commend you for putting together such a sancta and wonderful presentation for this patient. Because we're really get into pitcher of who's showing up to the emergency department here and for our listeners. I just want to reiterate that all these images will be available on the cardio nurse website. One small point is as dan mentioned. Sean you mentioned as well you know. There's relatively low voltage in the limb leads. There's qa's which can be suggestive of cardiomyopathy in specific infiltrative inflammatory inflammatory process. We have elevated nonspecific inflammatory markers and so while we look at the ekg for not just low voltage in the setting infiltrator process. We should also be looking for any effect on the conduction system itself. So i should looking for pr. Prolong gatien facilitator. Blocks bundle branch blocks any evidence of a topic beats because that.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"They just presume that the politicians know which is ridiculous that you know for instance giving one billion dollars for racial justice to farmers is somehow going to fix things. Well you know the media is owned by the. The media is the entertainment wing of the military industrial complex. Indeed don't expect honesty from them. There's scum so. Is it a joke that i'm supposed to believe the plaza racist. It's a joke that you're supposed to believe anything that the media says ever well. I mean at least fox news was the one that reported apparently on number one on this list mark so it did get some sort of media coverage. They cited fox news on the racial justice story number. Two fifty million for environmental justice grants the legislation allocates. Fifty million dollars for environmental justice grants via the environmental protection agency. The republican study commission. Decried these grants as thinly veiled kickback. Because much of this money will end up going to the left wing to left wing political groups so There you go. Luke kickback Did you want me to continue this list. We're having some issues reading three One hundred and twelve million for california transit project in an expenditure with zero apparent connection to covid nineteen new bill allocates one hundred twelve million for the bay area rapid transit expansion or bart program. The money would largely go to a specific underground rail project. Silicon valley for which planning has been going on for several years but hasn't broken ground is that Elon musk's underground thing or is that like something else. I don't think so but maybe it's related so one hundred twelve dollars to take a lot of handouts. Yeah he does But then again. A lot of corporations do i mean you know these. These guys get punished on one hand and then on another hand they going to hand out so i mean. You can't really blame them for doing it. I mean i think even you nobody have argued that if you can get money from the government as far as welfare is concerned why not get it and then use it against him. Oh yeah oh yeah and if you can defraud a bank do that to. They'll do it you. yes absolutely right. I got forty thousand dollars. They stole from my church. That's right if if a bank makes a mistake and they have to decide whether you'll pay for the mistake or they will pay for the mistake. You will pay every time. Let's go to joe in mission let's you burner bank down. Then they'll pay for the mistakes joe. You're on free. Talk the bills like this or why people hate politicians. You know last. Kobe bill they gave bay to like pakistan. The study gender. And all this all this main it. It's how long is this going to go on man but only a politician talk about billions and trillions like. It's no big deal Well it is. It's not your money. I mean it's easy to spend other people's money if you're not getting ready. I think man i got a depression common. Think these idiots are going to push this country into the whole. Oh yeah and you're not getting ready because we're just barely starting to see. I think some of the economic fallout from the government's restrictions. They put in place in twenty twenty. I mean we just saw that here in new hampshire in the new england region. There's a sigh a cinema chain cinemark. Sorry cinematic that is. They're going out of business closing all their locations. There goes the i max. Where's your magic. Now it's gone gone There was another story that restaurant closing today. They claim it wasn't due to cove it. But it kinda was because it was a restaurant here in keene. That's been open for maybe like five years not the longest run but you know not a bad one either She couldn't renew her lease with the city of keene. Which is the owner of the airport. Where the the restaurants located because they wanted her to be open six days a week with double shifts and a lot of restaurant tours have just saying it is not worth it to do lunch at this point. They're only open for the dinnertime Crowd and that's not even a crowd anymore you know whoever comes in to get takeout Basically so why would she want to run a business hours. That don't make any sense for her so she said well. We can't renew the lease so that businesses closed as america. It's getting bits bad here too. It's all these these these these politicians van they don't care. They just care about their power. You know they never miss a paycheck no matter how bad it gets and i just telling people in the past. It was precious metals and stuff. Now everybody's going to crypto currencies. Because they're worried about the economy and you know that's just like sign get ready yet your personal finances in order to get some food stocked up case she. You know you have to eat out of your your stockpile a few weeks. I mean it's i think we're headed toward it's going to be like our our grandparents great grandparents and stuff and the great depression. You know you're going to have to rely on yourself. 'cause you know big brother ain't gonna be there big brother. Just take your tax. Yeah i mean since when could you ever rely on on the government. I mean these people. Throw you to the wolves in a heartbeat. If you don't fill out the paperwork most people are taught in that. It was the spending by the government that finally drug us out of the great depression that Fdr and his programs made it for people to survive until war to which finally somehow got us out of the depression. Well interestingly enough. There's only been one depression in history that lasted twelve years and it was the great depression and the reason that it lasted. Twelve years is because roosevelt kept fooling with the economy and people were afraid to invest because they never knew what kind of harebrained moronic scheme. Fdr would come up with next. Didn't he also check their gold from them. You jacked their goal now. World war two did save us from the great depression by distracting. Fdr from messing with the economy log enough for for it to recover from being quack doctored by hill. Don't forget to the world war. Two was the worst time in american history Since the industrial revolution for americans but post world war two and this is really important every one of our competitors was smoking rubble. And so if you wanted to buy a washing machine there was only one place that could make one in one thousand nine hundred forty eight you know Like the rest of the house that was that was it. And so World war two did bring the united states out but for very strange reasons. Not the reasons that they tell you in school. The government funded school by the way that was That's you know that keynesian economics you know high hike was they. Weren't you know And we're gonna. They never learned. That never learned the lesson and we're going to repeat it. So joe thanks for calling tonight appreciate the warning Hopefully people will take it seriously the number if you wanna join us and thanks for the call six. Oh three two eight three sixty one sixty. That's six zero three two eight three six one six zero. You guys were talking about crypto currencies. Earlier he mentioned there of course gold and silver precious. Metals have historically been very good against To kind of keep up with hedge against. There's not much you can do about the government spending money. They're gonna do that stupid things. I mean you. You're it's a treadmill to try to change what the government does. The best thing you can do is advocate for secession and prepare yourself for the end of the federal. I'm not sure secessions going to happen until the federal government just collapses of its own weight but whatever you can You know. I get the The goal what you can do really do is you can protect your family in whatever ways you think are best now if you if you think. That's ammunition and freeze dried food and by all means but consider prepping for success to which appears to be crypto currencies and silver and gold. And things like this. I know we have them at my house or my house. But i would say the biggest part of prepping to keep your family safe is get some place where there are a lot of people around with the same sort of values that you have absolutely because if and when turns into a shooting war and it's it seems like it has to me. They're going to keep driving us into the dirt in until we fight back and when this turns into a shooting war being surrounded by people who believe the same things you believe may well be the difference between life and death for you and for your family. I tend to think it won't be a shooting war. I will Will agree with you that the nation is founded upon a revolution but point out that would a revolution occurred in january of this year. A minor one the punches selfie taking tourists the smallest full. There's people to climb walls that had ropes and they were prepared took selfie. I don't care what they did. What i'm telling you. They called them. White supremacists afterwards. They use the worst. Make the point in a moment here. We'll continue our number. Two is on the way you can bring up what you want. This is free talk live. Bitcoin dot com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. Go there now. Click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that. You'll find a cornucopia information neatly organized for your needs if you're knowledgeable crypto user checkout news dot bitcoin com where you can get the latest headlines. Bitcoin dot com is your source for buying currency getting wallet up mining trading and all the latest crypto currency news all in a slick and easy to use website all put together by the best minds in the business to teach you about cryptocurrency. Bitcoin dot com free. Talk live phones. Join our number six. Oh three to eight three sixty one sixty at six three two eight three six one six year. We're going through these ten examples of some of the pork. You're doing to find in the bill. Of course things a giant giveaway bill to various different institutions and corporations and such so this is just the worst of the worst and we'll continue without but mark. You had something you were trying to explain regarding revolution ended. What i was saying was that a revolt occurred on january. The eleventh states called that you call that a revolution or something or the caller did i said the term revolution. But i mean a revolution is a series of revolts right So the first revolt in a failed revolution. I don't care what it is and things happened. And they clearly were contrary to the government's plan. Well some would say. It was part government's plan because they saw like the police leading these people in there may have been there were complicit. I don't know it doesn't that doesn't matter to me. I don't give a flip about that part. As far as i'm concerned if those people broke in and burned that den of liars and thieves burned it then react on revolution. All they did was. They took an unauthorized tour. Well so the podium. And maybe they took some steph. Okay a thief is not a revolution. I gotcha okay. Then people go people go through and places of interest all the time and steal things not having a revolution. I find again one more time. I don't care. But what i do care about is is that when i go listen to. Npr remember. i used to be a donor. And i start hearing things like white supremacy and there was the first time the confederate flag has ever entered the us capitol. They made this whole about people's color and they've they're doing this over and over again. Ladies and gentlemen watch the news in two thousand and twenty one and find the toddlers and by toddlers. I mean people that say look. There's a red car. There's a yellow car. There's a blue car. There's a brown human of black and white human too simplistic mouth breathing idiocy. Where we judge everything that everybody does and the content of their character is judge completely on the color of their skin. Yeah they ignore conveniently and not a. I'm not a trump supporter. But i was at a couple of trump what they called. Stop the steel protests telling twenty. Yeah i went to black lives matter. I went to stop. The steel and glass matter was more fun. No doubt but there were actually couple of a couple of the best speakers at one of the stop the steals i was at work two black guys and they didn't know if they knew each other. They spoke separately. And i put some highlights in my highlights video from what they had to say and you know. The the whole trump supporting bandwagon was full of all kinds of colored. You know colors of people. Yup i know yeah and it's but again the the media drummed and drummed and drummed this idea that trump was a racist and anybody who supported him was a race without ever playing any sort of proof that trump was actually a racist whereas joe biden within the first few weeks of him being put into office and prior to that has made it crystal clear. He's a racist he doesn't he doesn't think that blacks and hispanics in any area of the country because he said in rural and urban areas Have the ability to use the internet. Well maybe blacks hispanics in suburban areas. Can i would agree with you. I agree with you that That the the whole orange. Hitler thing is this contrived notion i you know. The the fact is the democratic party. Hasn't stopped being racist. Now they're what they're doing proposing is to disable black and brown people by giving them free things and ladies and gentlemen all you have to do is read about what welfare does and you'll figure it out. As a matter of fact. I'll it easy for you. Why in government Natural preserves they have up signs that say don't feed the bears. They'll say right underneath it. It makes them Makes them lazy and they want to know looking for handouts stopped their ability to You know do their own work. Which is foraging and these sorts of things and there you know hitting dumpsters and do it all that sort of thing all the reason they don't want you to feed the bears the same reason that you should give handouts to to people again corporations anybody let the market decide who makes it and who doesn't and let charity determine how they're going to hand out the freebies proposal so let's get back into speaking freebies. Let's get back into the covid bill. You brought in the story from fee the foundation for economic education. We're on number four of the list of some of the most egregious of this bill. Which the whole thing is egregious. But number. Four ten million dollars for native american language preservation slipped into the seemingly endless bill text as a ten million dollar appropriation to quote ensure the survival and continuing vitality of native american languages after the public health. Emergency number five. Hold up. wait so duolingo. Are you familiar with this app. Ian there's lots of the mountains like google translator something. It is a language learning app as opposed to a language translation app so duolingo makes the claim inside of it. And i i do it every day from thanks for all of you guys the follow me. They're paid paid up. I chose to give them some money when they cut their rate in december. They're sort of end of the year sale. Okay but prior to that. I was doing the free thing for months so i think i'm on day one hundred and fifty seven. They let you cheat like you miss a day and then somehow your days are just preserved but whatever that's beside the point i'm learning portuguese spanish on it. Okay and what they say and it is is that more people are learning spanish in on duolingo. That are learning spanish in school in all the world. Wow that's amazing now. I don't have the quote sitting here right here in front of me. So you'll you'll forgive me. If if i somehow get some the facts of it wrong or whatever but that's a pretty cool thing is. Is that this app that you can use for. Free is current this just one of the apps there's babble and there's a whole bunch of other language learning app. I wasn't prepared for this. I don't have most in front of me. Sorry if you make a language learning app. i'm not mentioning you advertising for that. Yes we have. You can get that us. Send me an email at market freetalklive dot com your language. These language learning apps for teaching more people a foreign language than government. School is right so at zero cost this fifty million dollars for what is it. How much how much ten million american language preservation for native american language preservation is. A waste of money in so much as duolingo is teaching people. Navajo is if it is. They have never. They have never interest for spanish. What's interesting. I've used them for spanish friend on book lamented. Yeah yeah same here. But i mean you can get a. If in india tribe wanted to get organized enough they could certainly work with duolingo to or some other app to see lesson plans or something just to put this this sort of thing in place now navajos tribe and a you know a lot of people may want to and of course they've got that whole What is it How code tucker's code talkers. Thank you thank you appreciate. You catch mice. Lack the code talker story. That's behind them and all that stuff and that's really cool but any anybody who speaks native language and there's all kinds of them out there The irish the scottish are still trying to preserve. There's by the way Duolingo has scottish gaelic. Not irish get off so now number five on the list here. Two hundred million dollars for museum and library services in of course are things that are for the most part closed right now under this bill. The institute of museum and library services would be allocated two hundred million dollars a year in taxpayer money. What is the instrument day. Actually let us go to me. Seems or libraries. Well this is going to be the institute of museum and library services. Whatever that is you ever heard of it now. No me neither that so they do nothing. Two hundred million. Well i think that at some point the librarians are going to have to go back to to work in the same way they were before i know they don't want to. They've got their whole union and there are a whole stick. They you know they most of them are just like you know punching the clock until they retire and get that great government pension. I know this. Because i've got an x. His librarian a number say wash him. Seven hundred and fifty million for quote global health one might expect the us congresses covid nineteen legislation to focus on. Well the us. But the new legislation allocates a whopping seven hundred and fifty million for the centers for disease control to spend on global health problems and vaccination efforts in other countries number seven seven hundred.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on No Agenda
"To minks and oh boy. Unlike the case with pangolins to cova to is not well adapted sars koby to also not well adapted to bats but it has spread like wildfire through mink farms so minks our standards and the virus not only infect maxine infect things like big cats zoos but what it does not do a spread from them the case in minks exceptional so minks catch disease and they spread it very much like humans. It's well adapted the people it's well adapted to mix and ferret badgers is a small khlaid of closely related creatures in southeast asia. Allow me just do a tiny bit generic description here so this from one of the the tomes of mammals. It's it's a little dated at this point but this is this is the second second volume of walker's mammals walker's mammals the world. The one that includes the carnivora which is one played within the credit we has. She drives me crazy. This this professor professorial. That's how it like a great pair to have dinner. I bet they're great imbed. Let take you are peanuts and peanut iraq test as you know that is the way china works and we and if you stick it in front of the stimulation. Yeah when that area is clear. And that's how it sounds to me like as you have said the stylist which includes broadly speaking the weasels ferrets. She's breakfast because talks how she talks. Maybe please get the iot movement going and then also within the stella is the genus mellow gail The common name for which is ferret. Badgers it's not not misspeaking. It's neither a ferret nor badge although it is closely related to a ferret and you know this is. This is across a lot of common names right that that end up with like i don't know what it is. I'm gonna kind of call it things and the both ferrets badgers are stella's thanks. Thanks for the lesson. they're they're really interesting. It's the way she talked. And it's better with video because she does not causing you know because as we know it was like it'd be like you and i go well as you know. Rss feeds or having closures and we have all kinds of different link tags we've got into. It has really fabulous. I think if we were npr. We'd be talking like that. Nice young maybe we would be great. Yeah they are. They are very precious couple. aren't they. Okay we've got what we learn from them. We learned that mink are very dangerous in the equation because they can pass it on to humans very quickly but what we learned. Is this bull. Crap that in mind have gotten into ferret badgers by frozen ferret. Badger meets in the wuhan wet mark. Nelia sure hello. Professors time to give your cap and gown back now. The thing is here's what's missing from the from the politically correct messaging the mink other repository of the they figure out. And they had to get rid of these mink because it turns out that the virus could live for weeks maybe months or longer on. Mink furs your coat. And mink furs very popular in china. And it's how it got it it you wear further you die. Oh wow what did you learn this. When did you hear. This is great. That you solve the riddle. It's protected try. I made it up. It's the mink link you did. I made it up but it makes sense of your message. I'm sorry you you did not make that up john tell me about the ceases. Us yes and they have and we know the take it found kovic vires on firm for has been used since ancient times as man is used that to stay warm and also for fashion back in the stone ages rights although nowadays is not necessarily because the synthetic fibres will do the trip we have to realize synthetic fibers come from oil. Oh my goodness. This is a clear from the answer. Raytheon radon what was what was that. Was that horrible thing that made suits out of that grant knack. Ron commission royal. Of course it does. Everything comes from oil sh Tell anybody a great great. I love it when this happens. The council on foreign relations is no. They have to have their podcast. They gotta talk about stuff. But i don't know who's editor in charge over there but they need some quality control and of course is this big concerned about the virus mutating in some ways bob. We're sort of seeing. Joe whinney in law playing out before us. The viruses are mutating mutations that make the virus more likely to replicate or taking hold and we've seen a variety of these we've talked about the u k variant the south africa variant brazil variant. But i wanna point out that it's not just the vaccines are mutating overseas through. All these carried home ketchup. No not just that. The vaccines are mutating overseas thrall. Maybe the virus mutating. I don't think the vaccine is mutating hard to hear him. Sometimes a problem because one thing. This guy has has the modulation just you. Whatever he says you're not gonna hear it puts you to sleep and proof is in the pudding. Yeah put me to sleep twice. Oh my goodness we have such great stuff wall street journal. Podcast is just on fire. We've got a new israeli study and man is telling us something. New findings of the israeli study published in the lancet medical journal come more countries way whether to delay second doses. Were reporter boy on pinch. Husky has more that seems to vindicate and decision made in the united kingdom to delay. The second does in order to vaccinate more people as quickly as possible. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies. That actually delaying the second does is our policy guy ovar thing. I don't wanna say ghul. Well he has to suck blood but listen to his message. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies that actually delaying the second. Those is a sound policy. And if this were to be proven without a doubt then basically countries like the united states would find themselves being able to practically double the number of people vaccinate overnight. Biontech still recommend that. A second dose of their vaccine would be administered twenty one days after the first separately the companies also said today that they are vaccine can be stored and transported in normal freezers. Ultra cold temperatures of between minus one hundred twelve and minus seventy six degrees fahrenheit which is posed logistical challenges. So what we've learned here is that you can delay the second shot. It's not a problem. Oh by the way that two billion dollars we spent on a super ultra freeze devices of the ultra deep freezers. That wasn't really necessary. But someone made out like a bandit but what utter utter bull crap is this.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on No Agenda
"To minks and oh boy unlike the case with pangolins to cova to is not well adapted sars koby to also not well adapted to bats but it has spread like wildfire through mink farms so minks our standards and the virus not only infect maxine infect other things like big cats zoos but what it does not do a spread from them the case in minks exceptional so minks actually catch disease and they spread it very much like humans. It's well adapted the people it's well adapted to mix and ferret badgers a small glade of closely related creatures in southeast asia. Allow me just do a tiny bit generic description here so this from one of the the tomes of mammals. It's it's a little dated at this point but this is this is the second second volume of walker's mammals walker's mammals the world. The one that includes the carnivora which is one played within the credit we has. She drives me crazy. This this professor professorial. That's how like a great pair to have dinner. I bet they're great imbed. Let me take you are peanuts and peanut iraq test as you know that is the way the vagina works and we and if you stick it in front of the stimulation yeah when that area clear and that's how it sounds to me like as you have said the stylist which includes broadly speaking the weasels. Ferrets she's breakfast because talks how she talks maybe please get the iot movement going and then also within the stella is the genus mellow gail Which the common name for. Which is ferret badgers. It's not not misspeaking. It's neither a ferret nor badge although it is closely related to a ferret and you know this is. This is across a lot of common names right that that end up with like i don't know what it is. I'm gonna kind of call it things and the both ferrets badgers are stella's thanks. Thanks for the lesson. They're they're really interesting the way she talked. And it's better with video because she does not causing you know because as we knew it was like it'd be like you and i go well as you know. Rss feeds or having closures and we have all kinds of different link tags we've got into. It has really fabulous. I think if we were npr. We'd be talking like that. Nice young maybe we would be great. Yeah they are. They are very precious. Weren't they okay. We've got what we learn from them. We learned that mink are very dangerous in the equation because they can pass it on to humans very quickly but what we learned. Is this bull. Crap that in mind have gotten into ferret badgers by frozen ferret. Badger meets in the wuhan wet mark. Milia sure hello. Professors time to give your cap and gown back now. The thing is here's what's missing from the from the politically correct messaging the mink other repository of the they figure out. And they had to get rid of these mink because it turns out that the virus could live for weeks maybe months or longer on. Mink furs your coat. And mink furs very popular in china. And it's how it got it it you wear further you die. Oh wow what did you learn this. When did you hear this. Great that you solve the riddle. It's protected try. I made it up. it's the mink link you did. I made it up but it makes sense of your message ed. I'm sorry you you did not make that up john tell me about the ceases. Us yes and they have and we know the taken if found kovic vires on firm for has been used since ancient times as man is used that to stay warm and also for fashion back in the stone ages lights although nowadays is not necessarily because the synthetic fibres will do the trip we have to realize synthetic fibers come from oil. Oh my goodness this is a clearly from cotton. Answer raytheon radon. What was what was that. Was that horrible thing that made suits out of that ground. Jack ron sankyo royal. of course it does. Everything comes from oil sh Buddy a great great. I love it when this happens. The council on foreign relations is no. They have to have their podcast. They gotta talk about stuff. But i don't know who's editor in charge over there but they need some quality control and of course. Is this big concerned about the virus in some ways bob. We're sort of seeing. Joe whinney in law playing out before us. The viruses are mutating mutations that make the virus more likely to replicate or taking hold and we've seen a variety of these we've talked about the u k variant the south africa variant brazil variant. But i wanna point out that it's not just the vaccines are mutating overseas through all these hating carried home ketchup. No not just that. The vaccines are mutating overseas thrall. Maybe the virus mutating. I don't think the vaccine is mutating hard to hear him. Sometimes a problem because one thing. This guy has has the modulation just you. Whatever he says you're not gonna hear it puts you to sleep and proof is in the pudding. Put me to sleep twice. Oh my goodness we have such great stuff wall street journal. Podcast is just on fire. We've got a new israeli study and man is telling us something. New findings of the israeli study published in the lancet medical journal come more countries. Way whether to delay second doses. Our reporter boy on pinch have ski has more. That seems to vindicate and decision. Made in the united kingdom to delay the second does in order to vaccinate more people as quickly as possible. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies. That actually delaying the second does is our policy guy ovar thing. I don't wanna say ghul. Well he has to suck blood but listen to his message. More and more evidence is mounting similar. Studies that actually delaying the second. Those is a sound policy. And if this were to be proven without a doubt then basically countries like the united states would find themselves being able to practically double the number of people vaccinate overnight. Biontech still recommend that. A second dose of their vaccine would be administered twenty one days after the first separately the companies also said today that they are vaccine can be stored and transported in normal freezers. Ultra cold temperatures of between minus one hundred twelve and minus seventy six degrees fahrenheit which is posed logistical challenges. So what we've learned here is that you can delay the second shot. It's not a problem. Oh by the way that two billion dollars we spent on a super ultra freeze devices of the ultra deep freezers. That wasn't really necessary. But someone made out like a bandit but what utter utter bull crap is this.
Israeli study finds Pfizer vaccine 85% effective after first shot
"A new study shows a single dose of pfizer and biotechs kobe. Nineteen vaccine is eighty five percent effective in preventing symptoms of disease. Fifteen to twenty eight days. After it's given the findings of the israeli study published in the lancet medical journal come as more countries way whether to delay doses. Our reporter blonde pinch. Husky has more that seems to vindicate. The decision made in the united kingdom. To delayed second does in order to vaccinate more people as quickly as possible. More and more evidence is mounting from similar studies that delaying the second does is a sound policy. And if this were to be proven without a doubt then basically countries like the united states would find themselves being able to practically double the number of people they vaccinate overnight visor and biontech still recommend that a second dose of their vaccine be administered twenty one days after the first separately the companies also said today that they're vaccine can be stored and transported in normal freezers rather than at ultra cold temperatures of between minus one. Hundred twelve and minus seventy six degrees fahrenheit which pose logistical challenges.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Cash good cattle. Trade remained steady through thursday afternoon. Usda projects us corn exports to be record high driven by chinese demand. Coming up on your calcutt market update with west howdy dole. This is west ishmael with your current market update for thursday night and friday morning. The twelfth of february negotiated cash cal. Trade was slow on light demand. In all major cattle feeding reaches thursday afternoon according to the agricultural marketing service there were few live trades in nebraska. The too few trend for the week so far live trade in the southern plains is steady at one hundred and fourteen dollars one hundred weight dress trade a steady to two dollars higher at one eighty in nebraska and the western core belt. Live trade in those lighter to regions last week was the one hundred twelve to one hundred and fourteen dollars. Cattle futures closed narrowly mixed on thursday lack. Al futures closed an average of fifty two cents higher except for eighty cents. Lord spot fed feeder cattle futures close in average of twenty cents lower except for unchanged to an average of nine cents.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The JRPG Report
"Friends and cast this is your day. Rpg report episode one hundred and fifty s One of those nice even numbers in its as i look back and think about it as just a number. That honestly didn't think was going to be possible. But i'm happy to be here and joining us to talk about our favorite little niche zawahra of j. Rpg's we've got a fun show for you guys today No mel bag or any other questions that we got nothing but news on today's podcast. Thank you so much for tuning. In of course my name is james fisher and i'm happy to be here with you. Wanna lead off with a bit of a surprise announcement And that is from the attilio world. And i'm not gonna talk about raisa. This is actually co in gust have announced that they are going to be releasing some remasters for the mysterious trilogy. So that is A fierce or virus. Not sure how to say if i r s sophie and lydian swu slow s. u. e. l. l. e. e. That's Coming out on april the twenty second for position for switch and pc via steam. So you get all three of those seen this before they did that with the arslan trilogy. They remastered them on a playstation three. This is getting the same type treatment. the only thing they this is going out world why it's coming out in both japan and the west at the same time there was no pricing said up for it In well in dollars yet but we do have the yen price for it and that is what is it about one hundred twelve dollars so nearly twelve hundred yen If i recall when this one came when the orlands say came out on playstation three i believe was one hundred bucks so that would probably sound about right for playstation four. Maybe a little bit higher They are individually. So you get quite a deal if you get the trilogy by them individually This is again in yen..
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on The MMQB NFL Podcast
"Like the cobbler's gonna bring back. I would think they will. It's it's gonna be fun and it's already started. Yeah i was gonna say we all we all dak into the cowboys roster probably basically every day for the past two years and now it's kinda like well. Yeah ninety nine point nine nine nine percent chance. He's back but going on maybe maybe he gets out of their listen to khazari up that they'll make the best personnel decisions. Oftentimes i. we're not gonna win another super bowl with jerry jones in charge. Things just talks. But i mean truth. Is the truth bro. You team had jack nothing without jimmy. Johnson bowing. Mary don't align all right fabs. We will have you back next week for the post super bowl show. And yeah i mean esa dot com slash fantasy. Sl fantasy podcasts. There's gonna be stuff going on. There's yeah dude. There's coming down the pike here. I've got my one hundred and one fun. Fantasy facts that are up on the site right now have my player rankings for twenty twenty one way too early. They'll be up on the site this week. Also going to have my fifty five fun super bowl fantasy facts. You wanna you wanna quick preview of that. Yes yes i knew. Okay let me see if i can Let's see here. I've got to go back to do a little bit of research six quarterbacks Not counting last season six quarterbacks thrown four plus touchdown passes in a single super bowl. Tom brady joe montana. Steve young troy aikman terry bradshaw and doug williams of those players williams is the only one who's not in the hall of fame. Yeah about that one. Most most fantasy points scored in the super bowl combined. You know it's tom brady. That's easy that that's pretty pretty easy. Can you guess number two is. It's pretty obvious. Think about i mean. I'd say montana now. jerry rice jerry. Rice as right. Montana is just ahead of rice. Montana's had one hundred twelve point. Two fantasy points in super bowls. Rice had won twenty two point seven. Now this one will this one will will. Maybe not shock you. But it's.
A Telsa Model S Refresh?
"You've been telling me about why. I think there's going to be a model as an ex refresh. Yeah and there was like it was really hard to test drive them. There were like upping the sales out of everything they were. You couldn't see them in showrooms anymore night. This big list of rumors as to why we thought it might happen and then like an hour ago. It just all unveiled so well. So there's a there's a lead up to it the the model s. design is it's like ten plus years old at this point like fundamentally. The design of the car is unchanged since the beginning rate. So there's one small outside refresh her where the front grill nose cone. that was an exterior. Like look change. Is that what you call a nosecone nosecone. Yeah i've always just called at the grill. But obviously it's not. It isn't enact plastic nosecone two more metal okay but The autopilot versions changed. But really fundamentally the inside has always been that vertical screen and it's always been the same doors. Same door handles same shape so they've never really changed the model s. in car years. That's a long time let alone tech years that's forever. Yeah so. The rumors have been building for a long time. And we kind of were like. I think that this earnings call on wednesday were according to one night. Just say you know yeah have plans to possibly make video about all this. But we're recording on wednesday night and during the earnings call. They update the site. They give the over all the stuff and dropped a new model lesson ex and yet it's something is there's a lot to it. I guess we'll just. I'm just going to go down the list. This obviously isn't a video podcast yet. But i do have a lot to say about the aesthetics and the things that they've changed right. Yeah maybe i'll use this template as like a guide for the video. What i make it. We'll see i almost debated telling you throw camera up here and just take the clips out and turn it into the youtube video also. Yeah so right off. The bat outside changes are pretty small. They turned all the chrome black kind of like they did with model three and model. I every single car company do that. Please stop with the chrome. I think toyota has been doing it. A bunch with just maybe not even like their door handles and window trim but they've been doing it with their emblems and like the wording and names on the back and they looked so good on every single caller romo terrible. Please stop. Yeah feel old. Basically starting to feel a little bit outdated so it's gone from the car. I think maybe just the logo the last chrome piece. but that's that's pretty sweet and then There's a little bit of a different shape up front a little bit of a more simple grill at the bottom. For the front splitter and different fog i think i read people were saying it looks like the air like in vents are a little bigger probably to help battery cooling yup the better battery performance and i think that leads us beautifully into the new specs before i talk about the interior. So it's just going to be three models model s. and i'm going to focus on model s even a model x. Got this refresh it. Basically doesn't exist tesla like they still make it kind of because they have to nightmare. Yeah there's not a lot of attention around the x this is about the s. I'm just talking about this. Yeah i'm just trying to think of. Who's the i feel like the x. Still gets a lot like in the blogger community. A couple david dobric jake paul logo on it. There's jailers very her. Jalen smith jr jada jason. What's his son's name. Now you've got me thinking. Smith i don jaden has one. There's some there's small market for the ex. Yeah but the model s. is where it's at so there's really just three versions now. And by the way. I'm gonna say overarching for this. Whole thing is simplicity. Dustless manufacturing simplifying line vehicles. So there's three there's a long range model s a plaid model s and a plaid plus model s. so model s long range has four hundred twelve mile range zero to sixteen three point one seconds dual motors and it's. It's a pretty standard. Look that's like what probably most people getting a model less would get then. The performance version is your plaid model s. which goes directly to triple motors. It drops a little bit range three hundred ninety miles but it goes two hundred mile an hour. Top speed and zero to sixty in one point nine nine seconds. I'm gonna say that one more time just in case you didn't hear it this. Several thousand pound four door family car. Hatchback does zero to sixty in one point. Nine nine seconds like you need to like take a an advanced driver's test in order to get something that can go under two seconds to pilot this thing. Yeah yeah every time. I think about like performance cars on the street. I'm like i icy regular people driving cars poorly all the time and i just get a little bit worried about giving them that much power. There's a whole youtube rabbit hole of great like mustang arm beats of people just like wrecking it into the median pulling out yet i mean i guess the good thing is this is all wheel. Drive is the safest car on the world. This is a car that's tries really hard not to crash itself but yeah lot power here but just so you know that's starting at one hundred twelve thousand nine ninety which has ten thousand more than the previous model and then plaid plus is eleven hundred horsepower versus that one thousand twenty of plaid zero to sixty. There are a little more vague with this under one point nine nine seconds. So it'll be faster. We don't know how much faster it's still trip promoters. And it'll do the quarter mile in less than nine seconds which would make it. The quickest zero to sixty and the quickest quarter-mile acceleration in any production car. Ever and again. this is not yet the roadster. This is just a speck. Yeah but the most interesting spec to me of plaid plus is it still triple motor. There's new battery info but it goes five hundred twenty plus miles on a charge. So what was the long range again. Four sixty long-range was four. Twelve for twelve plaid was down to three ninety and then plaid plus was five twenty so this leads me to believe that. Plaid plus is a different battery technology. Do you think it's the one. Because that's sounds around the specs of the roadster was supposed to have right exactly roadsters. Got us six twenty plus quoted mile range and on top of that. This is the one other thing that's really interesting. I'll just touch on the x for a second. I don't think this is happening the x. Because if you go to the model x. site you can see you have the long range version which has a three hundred sixty mile range and the plaid version which has a three hundred forty mile range. So there's no plaid. Plus so whatever's happening with plaid. Plus is i guess this ultra high end security premium powertrain and battery system that only the high end model s. And i guess eventually roadster star gonna get it. Sounds like it's just a roadster with a model spotty it's a four door roadster four door to door. Yeah no it's it's a it's a crazy it's crazy car i. I'm prefacing all this with like. I don't need it. I'm not gonna get it. I'm gonna wait till the roadster but also this is absolutely insane. What they've done now really. The the most important part is the inside of the car that they've updated so like i said simplicity's sake finally switched to the horizontal touchscreen inside which i think looks pretty good. It's like a little more well integrated with the car doesn't stick out as much as three. Yeah i think what i like. I like that. But i liked that. They kept the screen in front of you. Like a regular odometer like they have in the model s. already because like three and y. I'm fine with that screen. There i only thing is. It's a little weird that you have to look over seer odometer but the fact that you have a better spot there and you still have your regular like driving odometer with a high acid and speaking of that steering wheel hobo this is this is the interesting went and i think this is where a lot of people are polarized because this interior looks very similar minus steering wheel if you look on their site. It's a yoke style steering wheel and it's almost kinda squared off. So it's like the bottom half of a square steering wheel and then there's a bunch of buttons on the steering wheel itself and there are no blinker stocks. No windshield wiper stocks. Nothing behind the wheel. No paddles no nothing yeah. Let's paint a picture here though. Because i've never heard the term yoke style and i only understand it because i saw the picture right before so picture fighter jet handles like that. Yoke style top trying to top office doing rectangle and doesn't have a top part. So yeah i'm just like i was just trying to think about using it. In general it seems so cool for like straight line in like minor turns on a highway but exactly turning around in a parking lot or like a tight driveway or something seems miserable on it. Yeah i this is one of those things where i'm imagining it and i'm imagining it really poorly and i think i'm just going to have to try it because as of right now i don't even think this is legal to ship yet. I think you technically have to have enclosed steering wheel and then people earliest you have to ship it with one and the people can modify it later. I think that's technically the rule here in the us. I don't know the rules internationally. But i've never seen a car actually ship with a yoke steering wheel before so again. This is all tb will see it happens. But i think i'm going to have to give it a shot because it's really weird.
"one hundred twelve" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Futures closed mostly higher on thursday digital recipes play a pivotal role in the path to purchase for grocery in consumer packaged goods a pathway. The beef checkoff is using to accelerate the e commerce growth but beef products. Coming up player. Kelkar market update. With how all this is west. Ishmael with your kelkar. Market update for thursday night and friday morning date january negotiated cash bid cal. Trade was limited on light demanding kansas the northern plains and the western corn belt through thursday afternoon according to the agriculture and marketing service although too few trend there were a few dress trades in nebraska at one hundred seventy seven dollars one hundred weight which was one to two dollars higher than last week when lie prices were one hundred twelve dollars in the southern plains and one ten to one twelve of north firmer cattle futures and hire outside markets or helping foster optimism for higher cash prices this week the five area weighted average steer price in december one.
Measuring Sea Level Rise From Space
"Okay hersher film in. Why do scientists care so much about the satellite set to launch this weekend. Well you actually have to go back a little bit. We all know that human activities are changing. The atmosphere in unexpected and in unprecedented ways is that george h w bush. Yeah nineteen ninety. The first president bush actually talked fair fairmount about climate change. It was something that scientists have been publicly warning about at that point for decades and climate scientists were looking for more government support for their research. Big ticket items things like using federal research ships to study what was happening in the arctic for example and launching satellites that could measure what was happening on earth from space particularly the oceans because as we said the oceans they are so vast that you can only study them in their entirety from space. And it's actually just a couple years after that. Nineteen ninety speech that we just heard that the first satellite launches that can measure sea level. Rise was called topex-poseidon since the earliest times when humans i beheld the seashore and set how raft simple boats the oceans of venice sources great mystery. I remember the first time i'd be held the seashore hersher. You know that's a video that nasa made to celebrate the ten year anniversary of the topics. Poseidon satellite launch from its vantage point in space. Some thirteen kilometers or about above the earth surface topex-poseidon circles the globe. Once every one hundred twelve minutes okay. First of all that videos fantastic second. What do they mean. They were circling the globe measuring what exactly so the height of the ocean surface because by then levels were already rising because of climate change ice already melting in the nineteen ninety s global temperatures rising sea levels. Were going up. So scientists were racing to make better climate models to predict what sea level rise would look like over time and help people prepare this original satellite. It was a big step forward because it allowed them to see basically the whole earth at once. Got it okay. So this original satellite went up in the nineteen nineties. Does this new one replace it. It's actually been replaced multiple times. There were three more sea level rise. Satellites launched in the intervening years in each one was a little better make sense. Maybe a little more accurate a little more durable so this last satellite the one that's about to launch. It must be like pretty good right. They've been practicing for a while. How accurate is this thing. It is freely accurate. I talked to the lead. Scientists on the mission at jet propulsion laboratory in california. My name is josh willis. And i'm the lead nasa scientist for the sentinel six mission. The sentinel is the name of the new satellite technically. It's sentinel six michael froehlich. It's named after a former nasa leader. Who is clearly extremely popular. Because apparently nasa doesn't really name things after people who are alive. He was alive when they named it for him. He's since died. Anyway i talked. Josh willis about how accurate the satellites sea level rise measurements are. It's really kind of an incredible feat of technology. We can actually measure the water level with an accuracy of about one inch from eight hundred miles up. That's wild hersher like how it uses radar actually a radar beam Comes down out of the satellite. It bounces off that surface and then it measures the signal coming back and by figuring out how long it takes to go down and come back you can tell how far away the water is You know how far the water surface is from the satellite. You can figure out how high the water is relative to like the land. yeah exactly exactly so sentinel six. You can imagine it will crisscross nearly the whole earth every ten days making these really accurate measurements. And so. if you're a scientist you can use all that data to get a really detailed picture of how high the oceans are and how that is changing over time. here's a thing sentinel. Six will be there for five years and there's already an identical satellite in the works that will launch when that time is up and do another five years so it's ten years of continuous super accurate data about how high the oceans are and that right there that is why climate scientists are so jazzed about this satellite because scientists love reliable data reliable continuous data. Especially because imagine if you are trying to understand how quickly sea levels are rising. You need measurements every year for decades because climate change is a slow and steady catastrophe.
Who Gets To Vote In Florida?
"This is planet money from NPR. In two thousand at the age of seventeen. Angel. Sanchez gets his first real job. It's in the Law Library at the Soto Correctional Institution in southwest Florida where Angel is an inmate mark first day at work. I walk in and they told me this is your desk. and. Had A desk I've never in my life had a desk before that moment right away. Angel loves this place. There are no guards there's no fighting they even have their own coffee pot and it was a sense of liberation homeless for out of prison. In that moment, Angel had lived a hard life. The first time police put him in handcuffs. He was in the third grade in the principal's office by age fourteen, Angel Traded Sixty Bucks in his Super Nintendo for his first gun he ran away from home he joined a gang. And at Seventeen, he was sentenced to thirty years in prison for armed robbery and gang related shootings, and it's in his first year in prison that he gets that job in the library and as he begins to study the law there, he starts to feel something that he's never really felt before like maybe he has plans I liked it because it allowed me to challenge the system in a legal way I. always there was never a challenge. The police stopped me I can't do. Nothing about that. They slap me a candle nothing about that and the law gave me an avenue that says, no, you could challenge it. Angel starts working on a paralegal certificate and as he's studying, he starts to think wait this is dot as hard. As I thought, it would be learning the laws like how what lawyers charge so much. It doesn't take much to learn to do this and most of the forms are refilled. What is going on here I thought it was a scam. This esoteric thing that I thought only geniuses knew I could get it. Either genius or they're not and I said Madiba ever got how could I be a lawyer but then he thinks Oh wait with even let me be a lawyer with a felony conviction. He looks into it and the answer in Florida is probably not or at least it would be very hard I. He'd have to beg the governor for clemency, which is almost never granted and then angel learns he's also lost a bunch of other rights. Because of his felony learned that in Florida, you're voting rights you're right to sit on during your rights rump up public office for life. It's losing the right to vote that really stinks for Angel. He's like hold up I can't vote ever like, I'm seventeen years old I've never even had the right to vote, and now you're telling me that for the rest of my life I, just get no say as a citizen of this democracy. Which is true. Of course, not just for Angel. There are about one point, four, million people with felony convictions in Florida one in ten adults with a felony conviction more than one in five African Americans. They what? But that's something that will come from some other countries like my family they come from Venezuela and Cuba there you see the government trying to imprison people and then use the law to take away people's political power but not in the United States. Hello, and welcome to planet money I'm Karen Defend taking away the political power of one point four million people is. A big deal anywhere. But especially in Florida Florida is a state that can swing presidential elections like the one happening just next week and elections in Florida usually come down too much less than even a million People Hillary Clinton lost Florida in two thousand, sixteen by one hundred, twelve, thousand votes in two thousand George Bush won by just five, hundred and thirty seven. Today on the show Angel Sanchez sets out to get the right to vote back for himself and for the one point, four million others like him in Florida. Which works? Until the fight stopped being about voting rights and started to become about money.
U.S. Budget Gap Tripled to Record $3.1 Trillion in Fiscal 2020
"Here's the closing bell brief for Friday. October sixteenth. I'm Charlie Turner for the Wall Street Journal stocks closed out the week with a mixed session the Dow Jones Industrials Rose One hundred twelve points to close at Twenty, eight, thousand, six, hundred, six, the Nasdaq composite fell forty, two points the S&P five hundred rose a fraction of appoint the indexes were little changed for the week each gaining less than a percent investors are grappling with questions about the strength of the economic recovery, the spread of the corona virus and the status of negotiations in Washington over additional fiscal stimulus at the same time investors were. Cheered by data showing a one point, nine percent rise in retail sales in September, it's the fifth straight monthly gain and far better than what analysts were expecting the nation's budget deficit triple to a record three point one, trillion dollars in the latest fiscal year according to the Treasury Department contributing to the widening gap a surge of federal spending to combat the corona virus. In cushion the US economy coupled with a drop off federal revenue amid widespread shutdowns and layoffs and shares of FIS rose nearly four percent. After the company said, it could be ready to apply for emergency use authorization of its covid nineteen vaccine by late November
The Empress of Salt and Fortune by Nghi Vo Review
"With, the heart of an ad with tail and the visuals of a classic Asian period drama. The empress of salt and fortune is tightly and lushly written narrative about empire storytelling and the anger of women a young royal from the far north sent south for a political marriage alone in sometimes reviled, she has only her servants on her side. This evocative debut chronicles horr- is to power through the eyes of her handmaiden at once feminist high fantasy and a thrilling indictment of monarchy. That's I remember when this book got a buzz. The Library Journal said it was the day of the month buzzfeed said it was A. Pretty much like the fantasy novel of Spring Twenty Twenty. So I was really excited about it plus handmaidens tail and a political drama. Yeah. Sure. That's that sounds like something that I'm really interested in. Yeah. I mean my main thing is. I don't know if the handmaidens hill comparison is that are descriptive of what this story really is because to me, it definitely was a pro woman story, but I don't really know if I got handed until vibes besides the fact that there's like a handmaiden it you know I actually got more of. The handmaiden, the Korean movie. I got more of that five because that movie is It's told multiple multiple perspectives and us the story is not what seems like and you kind of have to like piece together everyone's motives and how their plans and motives like fit together. So it kind of reminded me more of that movie. Yeah, which is also based on a book. It's based on the fingersmith Sarah Waters, which I highly recommend. It's it's great. Yeah. It's also queer, which is you know this book is also very Queer Zaveri Queer friendly story. There is a lot of different characters on all sides of the LGBTQ spectrum I guess we can start with just how the story is set up. So the story is told through I guess, would you call the second person narrative? Is that what this is or now I? It's third person narrative right? Actually it's third person and then when it switches to flashbacks, swin rabbit is telling the story that's first person right so but basically the main character or the protect I mean tonight even protectionist right like the. I guess perspective character. Through the story. The main character is a monk or in this world, a cleric named chief who is coated as a non binary they go by them pronouns and their. Magical. Talking Bird companion who is actually like a supercomputer right? To go there like a bird that can remember an archive everything it sees and hears you know I had to Google what a what a hoopoe was his Like through context clues was like, okay, it's a bird but what this bird? Looks like Google Google. It was I mean right off the bat and we can talk about this later. Now we want but it's this book is Novella it's really short. It's one hundred and twenty eight pages I wanNA say or it's it's less than a hundred pages I'll wet. Okay. So I just checked how many pages it was on kindle. It's one hundred twelve pages. Okay. So even less yeah, and in those short on a pages, it does a ton of world building and I know this is something that you and I have thoughts about. But like to me, I feel like it did a lot of world building through giving really sparse details. Requiring the reader to kind of fill in the blanks. Right off the bat, you have a talking bird which took me a while to figure it was a bird. you have supernatural hungry ghosts. Yeah. And like implied magic in the world to there's allusions to Mejia's and whether magic like we mentioned. So like right off the bat it Kinda throws you into this world that the reader has to figure out what's going on through context lose. Totally independent of the actual narrative because I think even without the like fantastical. Does also stand alone on its own as like A. Story of political intrigue. In. Rebellion Yeah.
More enhancements for Google Podcasts
"Has more visibility for podcasts from. Google today. Google podcasts now in the APP switcher that's on every Google website and it's more improvements for Google podcasts for Web as well. According to nine to five Google however android. Final Beato, which will be the next version of android still does not have google podcasts as a default APP although Google play music has been removed Apple iphones have apple podcasts, preinstalled, of course. Competing APP for Google. KOSPI'S PODCAST addict. An update has been rejected by the Google play store because quote of a policy violation no details of actually been given of what the policy. Violation. Is the APP has been removed multiple times by Google in the past if you'd like to help them this time willing to all eighteen thousand, one, hundred, twelve words of the developer program policy in our show notes and our newsletter today. Says launch audio go a self serve ad buying service to connect small advertisers with launch audio publishers. The IRA have announced their final sheduled Abe podcast upfront southern Cross stereos podcast one Australia grew its revenue in the year ending June, the thirtieth by ninety six percent. The division is now cash flow positive according to the company. It's brought in three point three million US dollars last year that's less than one percent of total revenues for the broadcaster however, and they fell by eighteen point two percent. The BBC launching a new topical comedy podcasts Comedians versus the news it'll be hosted by to New York comedians the show which will also be carried on BBC World Service radio at the end of August and you serve is Cam flair has been launched calling itself. The easiest way to record and receive video uses a web browser and wed camp to get anyone to record video and audio for you can extra dropbox as well and it's free. This year echo verse has been launched. It's a next generation content studio makes. PODCASTS, it creates premium Sifi supernatural and fantasy audio dramas in India podcast producer sooner India has received funding from tully would movie producer shou-po, Gada, and podcast movement virtual has unveiled the platform they'll be using for their event in October and Paul Cost. News hospitality forward is in new podcast talking to journalists to discover how they generate story ideas and how hospitality and travel experts can get on their radar by sharing their own newsworthy stories in a compelling way,
The Murchison Murders
"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks. Scattered along, the fence was small. Government earned stations and homesteads when maintenance supplies, watersheds and other facilities were housed.
The Murchison Murders
"The Murchison his large raging in the state of Western Australia. That's nine for it's agricultural and mining prospects. Spinning across two hundred, ninety, one thousand square kilometers, the region is home to many small sparsely populated towns that consists mostly of rugged up back and Darod Bush land. During the Western Australian Goldrush of the light eighteen hundreds, many people flocked to the area in the hopes of securing a fortune which resulted in the construction of several towns that were later abandoned when the short lived gold rush ended. Afterwards there was little work available except for agricultural workers shape, shearer's camel and toe spike is blacksmiths and boundary riders who were employed to maintain the outer edges of sheep and cattle stations. But. The turn of the Twentieth Century Roberts from the country's ace than sites had made their way across the desert, and into Western Australia's agricultural areas. European settlers had introduced the rabbits to Australia more than a hundred years earlier and to die, eventually became an invasive pest that caused significant damage to the country's ecology and farmland. To combat what became known as the great plague? The Western Australian government decided to build the world's longest fence which stretched all the way from the north. Coast to the south coast. In Nineteen, Oh two construction of the first phase began in the small wheatbelt belt in of Barak Open which became the major administration center for the fence. A twenty foot wide lawn was cleared through the Bush all the way south to a small bay called starvation. Boat Harbor and the Mesh fence was then erected to fate west of the center of the line. Twelve foot gates were installed at designated intervals to allow passage through the fence. Wooden posts were also added every mile h Ma with a number that represented the distance from Barak, open. In nineteen, Ninety five, the second phase began with the remainder of the fence, being built from Barracuda open to the north coast of Western Australia. Stretching for one thousand, eight, hundred twenty seven kilometers, it became known as the number one rabbit proof fence. The number two fence was completed in April of ninety five, and was one thousand, one hundred and fifty eight kilometers loan. It began on the south coast, approximately one hundred twelve kilometers west of the number, one fans, and essentially ran parallel to it before turning east and joining the first fence at Gum Creek. The number three fence, which was completed in Nineteen, seven, started knee Geraldton and extended two hundred and fifty six. Columba's east until it met the number two fence. Collectively the rabbit proof fence was three, thousand, two, hundred thirty seven kilometers long and building. It had cost the equivalent of around eighty three million Australian dollars in today's currency. A government sub department was established to supervise the constant maintenance of the fence. The maintenance team included a shape inspect off sobbing inspector, camel drivers. Rabbit hunters and boundary rod is. Fines were issued to anyone court leaving negates along the fence open, and it was also an offense, but any member of the public to use any of its maintenance tracks.
Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus files for bankruptcy
"No there's no Neiman Marcus the one hundred twelve year old story luxury department chain has filed for chapter eleven bankruptcy protection the company says it expects to merge or merge from bankruptcy this coming fall the move follows bankruptcy announcements this week by J. crew they became the first major retailer to re organize during the
Connecticut recording 112 Coronavirus deaths, governor orders hotels and short term rentals reserved for essential workers
"R. news Connecticut now recording one hundred twelve coronavirus debts governor Ned Lamont says an executive order takes effect today hotels and short term rentals are reserved only for essential workers not leisure travel not vacationers trying to make sure that that is not just prioritize but exclusively for potential
Chicago researcher says helmet ventilators can ease short supply
"At first when testing increased the number of positive coping nineteen cases was doubling every other day now the numbers are doubling every four days what does that mean for difference in the number of people impacted by covert nineteen currently we have nearly seven thousand cases if that number doubled the way it had been every two days we would sort of one hundred twelve thousand cases in ten days but at the new rate a doubling every four days would leave us with fifty six thousand cases roughly cutting the spread in half I think really the amazing response or and in collective effort by everyone is going to go a long way as we continue to battle this ventilators are the number one tool for the sickest patients to battle this virus they force air into people's lungs after cover nineteen causes so much damage it's nearly impossible to brief but ventilators are in short supply now one Chicago researcher says he has another idea helmets they not only help patients they cut down the risk of infection for health care workers normally we put a tube in the trachea an endotracheal tube and that process is called endotracheal intubation and mechanical ventilation it's a highly invasive therapy and one associated with poor outcomes that's why university of Chicago medicine doctor John Kress is hoping to harness helmet for the sickest cobit nineteen patients this does have the potential to make an important Dante inspired by space travel built in Texas Chris Austin showed us the helmet he makes in his garage reflects the both weekend and they are looking for storage or what have you yeah this material the models strong it's very resilient it won't tear it won't leak there are twenty to thirty of the helmets in use right now at university of Chicago medicine you can actually connected to the source of oxygen from the wall right in the hospital and no ventilator at all so it simply pressurized system of oxygen enriched air that inflates the helmet and also inflates your lines in the patient breeze spontaneously begets in red stocks engine so that saves a validator for non people who are sicker and might need it that's particularly important to us we start to worry about I guess what I would call the unthinkable which is we have too many patients and we don't have enough ventilators to take care of all of them the devices can be sterilized and reused they connect to the hospital direct source of oxygen so a steady flow at higher pressure compared to a standard mask fills the helmet and ultimately reaches deep into the lungs no tuber ventilator need higher pressures can be effective in many patients that have called the nineteen because the severity of the injury to the lungs is such that higher pressures are needed and a better seal not the mouth but around the neck protect healthcare workers from infected patients when you have a R. D. S. acute respiratory distress syndrome which is what the copay patients have you have some limits because the amount of pressure that defeat gas source must generate is beyond what the mask can handle so you have leaking around the mask effect across study the helmets back in twenty sixteen he found the device helps sixty percent of patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome R. A. R. D. S. avoid intubation that number appears to be lower in Khalid nineteen patients closer to thirty percent still statistically significant as ventilators are in short supply that's clinically relevant because we could save thirty percent of patients from needing to be anticipated not only does that and give the patient a better chance for a good outcome as staying off the ventilator it will translate into you having a better outcome but it also saves thirty percent of the ventilators for somebody else the sky's
New York City Death Toll Hits 365 as Case Count Tops 23,000
"Again all eyes on New York City because New York City is is sort of the Canary in the coal mine it is the epicenter of the outbreak in the United States according to The New York Times The New York City death toll had three hundred sixty five last night the case count top to twenty three thousand which means that somewhere between one third and one half of all cases in the United States are happening in New York City health officials reported late Thursday that York city had added thirty one hundred new confirm coronavirus cases since the tough same time on Wednesday bringing the total to twenty three thousand one hundred twelve by comparison more than forty four hundred new cases were added from Tuesday to Wednesday so maybe the curve is starting to flatten out Chris Andrew Cuomo had suggested that the governor number of virus related deaths climbed to three hundred sixty five on Thursday up from two hundred eighty the day before from Wednesday morning Thursday morning a hundred people died from the virus in the state overall sedan recall at a news briefing on Thursday he said the number of patients hospitalized in your kitchen up forty percent in a day which is the sharpest increase
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Federal Reserve cuts rates to near zero in emergency action
"Well stocks coming up some big games Friday wrapping up a roller coaster week on Wall Street a lot of big swings Friday the Dow added nineteen hundred eighty five points to close at twenty three thousand one hundred eighty six the nasdaq was up six hundred seventy three point seven nine percent gain S. and P. up nine percent well guess what going away today the Dow futures pointing lower again after a move by the fed to cut interest rates to near zero the federal reserve announcing rare emergency action to calm financial fears cutting interest rates to near zero percent their lowest level since the Great Recession president trump who's been critical of the fed previously applauding I want to congratulate the federal reserve that's a big difference quite a bit of a point since the record highs last month the Dow is now down twenty one percent for the average four oh one K. that started the year at one hundred twelve thousand three hundred dollars that would mean a drop as much as twenty three thousand five hundred dollars correspondent Rebecca Jarvis let's look at those future numbers this morning the market actually in a lock down because of the teachers went down about five percent this morning so the Dow futures down a thousand points nasdaq down the three hundred fifty nine and the S. and P. futures down hard twenty they're all locked in at like four and a half percent drop at the open overseas markets are sharply lower this morning we've got the footy London dax in Germany each down about eight percent of the early trading the Japanese Nikkei index closed down two and a half percent this morning hang Seng index in Hong Kong down four