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"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:06 min | 2 weeks ago

"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"And P. M. and then the and then the Dow but I think I think things are definitely looking up again because the money flow is coming in but this will change okay I so don't treat this on your own if you if you are interested in trading this are following this advice call us at eight six six wealthy or text the word wealth to four seven four seven four seven lease of daily updates because I've seen it where you say it things things are looking good and then all the sudden the next day saying we're getting out we're not doing this anymore we're actually going the opposite direction and so I'm just you know just so you know Peter is a right a hundred percent of the time so far since we've been doing this we've had forty six trades and we were right thirty eight times some Iran eight so there are two traits that we get wrong but if we get enough right we can make a good amount of money the goal is to make fifty percent per year so far we've beaten that goal in the first nine months or up close to seventy and this is this a good year so far but I wouldn't trade what we're saying on the radio again call us eight six six wealthy text word well before seven four seven here's the thing most people have five hold investments of the last twenty years the S. and P. five hundred average about seven percent a year that's before corona virus that's before the economy is in a tailspin that's before we just increased our national debt substantially and then the bottom portion of your portfolio obviously that's not paying much right now so you know you're lucky with the traditional investments to make five percent a year for the next ten years okay and if the market goes down a lot there's nothing you can do a ride it out some people are it's appealing to some people have some of the money manage tactically because if the market goes down they could actually make money this this portfolio can make money if the market goes down we can short the market we can go along the market so the singles are saying sell well actually it by inverse ETFs that can make money if the market goes up correct the correct correct exactly so obviously this may or may may not be for you but if you want to find out about it is it something that could fit in your portfolio is something that could fit in your overall plan I am a certified financial planner I am an attorney in the state of Florida and if you if this is something that could make sense for you well this will be OB discuss it all starts with a phone call okay so if you keep doing what you've always been doing you're always gonna get we've always been getting by in this case you might actually get worse they've always been getting because circumstances have changed with the economy and so if you want to be positioned for potential downturn where some of your portfolio might not lose actually make money call us at eight six six wealthy it's a really really unique strategy you can only get it through singer wealth advisors calls at eight six six wealthy or text the word wealth the four seven four seven four seven thanks for joining us great stuff is always appreciated thanks.

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"p. m" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:56 min | 2 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"But he's still Golisano's any pitches thrown in the ball game and and you is really a great and born and raised in Baltimore I just read your P. M. six the the dark the school on the top of the line this is the second World Series game of nineteen sixty nine following yesterday's game for a long distance one one that's just right for both this is read all others want to the first Johnson second Belanger Jordan Robinson you right Robinson right but this I can this.

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"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:37 min | 3 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Six forty five for four in there I have read you up it is superb local Sunday brunch it's in here till ten P. M. and a quick question is N. B. C. are they re running the live Jesus Christ Superstar from last year or they re doing is this are they re running the one with where Alice Cooper is king Herod I can this trending all over the Twitter machine I think of John legend as a yeah is it I thought it was a replay but yeah me one out from the previous year image one of it due to sports cheers when they'd convict Jesus what what hello happy Passover don't think hug someone else so well I don't know what to tell you except the the death watches on Dr Anthony Fauci probably updating his resume probably packing a box he committed the the unforgivable sin this morning of publicly going against a decision that trump made because now I mean in in founds in fairness to Faustian trump in fact the media is now very conveniently forgetting what they said on January seventeenth when trump instituted a incoming passenger screening and banned from passengers coming from Wuhan into LAX SFO and Ronald Reagan airport in DC and see tech by the way that it was races up until but four weeks ago the mayor of New York bill de Blasio was down there the Chinese lunar and Chinese New Year a jelly people come on now everything is fine it's racist if you don't come out and now he's he's he's hours away from ten thousand dead in New York City but what everyone is doing is they're rewinding time back to January saying well who couldn't see this listen I don't want to be I don't like being Mr football Speicher but besides me did you hear anybody whether it's local LA media or internationally sounding the alarm on this because the one lesson that we we know in human civilization going back forty thousand years is that when you suspect a pandemic you put a smart guy in charge with a big big stick and you go ugly early that is the way to defeat it that we know what we have done what other countries have done has been exemplary what what we're adjusting on the flight were also eight enormous nation with more freedom than anyone in the world and it's not in us to just hand everything over to a doctor tater and doc tater but as I have told you a hundred and two years ago that's what certain communities did and they had zero deaths what nobody would have accepted it if on January twenty six as trump was listening to my podcast from the night before dark secret place if he had called the CDC and said by authority granted to me by US public law I am declaring a nationwide emergency your in charge everybody's on lockdown it would have been unacceptable and he he would have done it by the way for the record just a few hours ago can I track did finally signed a fifty state plus all the territories national emergency so that's the that's done here's why found C. might be on life support I I don't sense that them now but rather I don't sense that when you become and he of course he's the infectious disease guy he's not the head of the CDC well I don't know what kind of corporate public affairs you know interview literacy kind of thing you you go through what kind of war gaming you go through there's a lot of for a lot of public officials the military does it for military public affairs officers they go through these basically these sort of skips with with actors who are playing you know hostile journalists and things like that I don't I don't know but it's not like Jake tapper is gonna be really hostile towards America's sexiest man Dr Toni found see but as something as seemingly innocuous as this very probably got fallacy fired and I'll tell you why in thirty seconds this is from state of the union this morning and CNN Jake again it's that what would have what.

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"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Practice social distancing by staying approximately six feet away from others in public bad quarantine tip bringing along a stick to verify distance while our P. M. six forty more stimulating talk I've got no it says KFI am six forty live everywhere on the I heart radio out prince Charles seventy one year old prince Charles has tested positive for corona virus and for those of you who are curious the last time he hang up he hang hang out hung out with his mom was the twelfth of March so if there was any sort of transmission between the prince and the queen that would've taken place thirteen days ago she's on the outside edge of when she would have started showing symptoms there was some a couple requests when we are doing our Instagram live video this morning to get the queen on the phone and as much as I agree with you all I think it would be in bad taste because people are dying we can't is do we need the queen like is what is she gonna exacta levity of the queen she's going to on a couple gens she's just gonna say that she and prince Philip purse sitting around staring at it I think prince Philip died four years ago well that's like in that car it went when he flipped the lake though yeah Land Rover everybody was driving yeah I think that was the end and that this is all a weekend at Bernie's over there and maybe this is an excuse they could finally off him officially and say are you guys into the correct true and then they can't hold a few reform sat this is a very sad now by the way a family friend of ours passed away over the weekend long time family friend like decades and then I saw a Facebook post from his widow today and she said you know thanks for all your words and messages and it's been very nice and he suffered firm had cancer for a long time and ended up with COPD and was in hospice for awhile after all of this is over speaking of the crown of our stuff after all of this is over we're gonna help hold it yeah you can't selection life can have funerals funerals right now some I have bad news okay okay that's not bad enough to get to it transaction of some of your favorite snacks are on hold right now okay Frito lay's plant in Modesto has shut its doors temporarily because several employees have tested positive okay so your potato chips hi potato chips I in a moment of weakness grabbed a hand full of sour cream and onion ruffles that doesn't mean it's my potato chips sour cream and onion in the past if you can get me I know I can't a Pringles sour cream and onion I take it back it will start that sour cream and cheddar ruffles so it comes with a fun orange dust anyway the whole thing no I said I had a handful of them I didn't eat the whole bag when you say a handful that's like eight well I was already talking I was wearing a baseball glove at the tell the ice cream story my wife this would never happen in my house I said the other night when I was in a moment of weakness I said I've we don't have any ice cream in the house right is is the way I said it and my wife said no do you want some I said no I'm just saying that if we did right now would be that weak moment I would eat some yesterday she came home and announced that she bought to get fixed you need to come live with my husband you would be buying your **** any ice cream but then again if they don't even think about ice cream I'm at the point now where knowing knowing the conversation apparently has taken place I have the proclivity to dip into that stuff I will not do it unless I do you won't do that again closure you didn't get to see that when I start talking about ice cream he'll look at me in the eye and then just it just it just instant so flipped down and see if my belly's overhanging my back up to my eyes I love that you're paranoid enough to notice all right it's.

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"p. m" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"All the I mean we don't we don't mess around it said it was sensitive we don't mess around of certainly one of the S. and P. M. did not play as well in the outskirts as beloved as Madison Bumgarner is still around these parts and as much as I'm sure the giants appreciate his contributions because they would every size they reach without his contributions I would think that they are not too upset that he's Arizona's employee health certificate sale seems like now he's relatable in the in the desert Hey you know what is one of us what separates him from the other guys on the team other pitchers this adds that big tremendous pitching staff tremendous ball pen he was the only guy that was like a real factor in all three World service look Tim bit less skin was what two of them Kane was two of them he was all three of them here's like twenty twenty twenty twenty ten he puts himself with six or four I can't member again I always I never get my game for I'm terrible at that WrestleMania with the five five in taxes yeah I I believed it was a big time because all Lena dimmer that J. river hello in okay yeah but he did it so he's I mean they love that guy around there but I almost feel like it was better then he laughed it's almost like ripping off the band aid group we're moving on to a new era now will be better we don't know what to wait and find out but I think that that that motorcycle accident what is the reason he's not here today I think if we did that a motorcycle accident I think they would have signed him to an extension earlier yep we had a didn't extension yelled because it was well because he was hurt and they didn't know how we would come back so that the giants can't sign needed extension with I don't know Hey they come back from a damn I mean they let you keep your your cash so I can't blame them for not signing you to extension and not knowing how you gonna come back but then not only do they not signed an extension then they went out and gave quite a whole bunch of money then they wanna gives the Marge a whole bunch of money and he's like what do you guys do for this organization W. three World Series will head I'm basically on world shot up his contract and he signed it to me it seems like you know what if you wanna sign well that's always a weird then you're saying you want security he did and then he got his security so that if you want to carry you can't **** and complain that you're not getting the cutting edge dollar I don't complain I just think you wanted that extension that he thought he deserved and I think they're gonna give it to him if not for the motorcycle accidentally ran an ad that's where turn them off so I saw a guy get kicked in the chest by horse did you mean for Mike walked up from behind it he died all three sounds like a John wick movie he horse caught him flush man I was I a horse in my phone Hey I don't want to get I just wanted to kick the good or bad yes flush guiding catch it okay as the Montana minutes like you in a letter what books and host personally wishes on I wish somebody you do not walk behind Sunday's sites you need forever she was an American that was made the visual I have in my mind is watch that's the danger in horses not ride them walking behind him and V. greatest impressionists of our generation joins the bottom of the hour it is time for traffic I mean after that you're gonna be spelunking I mean again say drivers belong Frank now which I never heard of that now about Silicon Valley crashes this time around from the field not about a traffic that's southbound eighty five south of Stevens creek that got moved from the right wing to the shoulder and then south one one south of Trimble road there's an injury wreck in the center divide traffic is heavy from fair oaks there's also a crash on the shoulder north seventeen a big movie I don't see slow traffic there but it is very heavy southbound on seventeen from Idyllwild to the summit at the top of the bay there is a crash in the intersection of thirty seven and one twenty one eastbound traffic is backing up to the Petaluma river bridge for the same Matteo span it's a five car accident in the left lane eastbound ninety two just east of the high rise to traffic backing up to Alameda de las Pulgas and there's an accident north one one near Cesar Chavez traffic is heavy from just north of two eighty to the bay bridge the excuse to extremists on KNBR dot com through your smartphone or desktop we are sports leader this is Jon Kupala president of the Howard Jarvis taxpayers association with an important message about the March third election there is a measure on the ballot that is numbered thirteen but it has nothing to do with the famous proposition thirteen passed in nineteen seventy eight.

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"p. m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

07:44 min | 5 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Sure route the change the room over the ten P. M. crowd gets and I only know this because mark Norman put this on his Instagram okay all right all right there's a video of this whole thing so it turns out he's doing his thing I'm not sure at what point in his actors happen but a heckler pretty near the stage such Melvin off out now the video that I see it doesn't pick it up from like the very beginning so I'm not exactly sure what went down I don't know if the heckler is just doing the whole you suck you not funny get off to stay whatever the hell it was but then they have been then they start having a back and forth so it now mark Norman is dealing with this hack and at some point and this is kinda near where the state begins this video begins at some point mark Norman says something kind of juvenile he's like well you know you think you could do any better and the guys like all cocky and he's like no doubt or something like that he says he can do better so all of a sudden mark Norman he does the unthinkable you never do this you never give up the muck Phil Donahue back in daytime TV used to do it all the time but you never give up the Mike right so he gives up the Mike he actually says well come on hot shot and of course everybody's going nuts now because they think the guy's going to humiliate himself right right they think he's just gonna sock and no it wasn't another comic no it wasn't actually Seinfeld jumping up it wasn't anything like that this guy gets up some nobody guy gets up nobody knows them mark Norman hands the Mike over and all of a sudden he turns nice and he says yeah Hey I want to thank you for this mark mark he actually did me a solid here we have this set up ahead of time no hate I'm actually here and get down on one knee he has a girlfriend with him I'm actually here to ask the lady I love to spend the rest of her life would be he did proposal that start it was all under the premise of he was actually mark Norman mark Norman's friend no just went up to him he said nope the the he did not know him at all Anne let him he'll let up market he he approaches mark Norman ahead of time use like Hey do you think I could do this thing you know can we work it out somehow and I don't know whose idea it was I don't know if the heckling thing was the the potential grooms idea it was mark's idea but they worked it out before the show they actually work this out maybe he had going he's really good with his fans this guy mark Norman because he still up and coming writers and have that was to be no he's well yeah I mean he's like not in the ivory tower yet you know and like to communicate with fans so maybe it was set up days ahead perhaps I don't know probably because you would really see more in the club so anyway the guy gets down on his knee and and now it's like the whole place is stunned because everybody really bought that this was like a heckling incident and so now everybody's life long if you just switch to all and of course she said yes good and you know everything was great to use the Mike back and mark norm goes on with the show and that is how this guy's history is going to go down of how he proposed to his wife by interrupting by tackling a comedy show but it was all just a ruse that's a pretty good one yeah yeah like that is it or is it not that's my question that's better she says no yeah you're right you're putting it out there like okay I'm gonna do this in front of everybody here I. if there's no risk and it's not excited you're right you're right but I hope that she didn't even have any idea I don't know like what I told you was everything you know about the store in but I hope she had no idea it was coming and I also hope that this boyfriend was not normally the type to be obnoxious like that and heckle somebody because could you imagine the tension in her name if this was out of character for the guy and the inner dialogue she's probably have which is like my god he pregame which he during his you totally drunk what you doing shops at home why exactly she was probably feeling so utterly humiliated because the spotlight was now totally on them totally on that table yeah and and then turned into that was actually something sweet just worked out between them and man I missed the whole thing I could have been there I was that close I was two hours too early on that the for showing up the second so two questions one is should marriage proposals be very quiet and no frills in just private or should a marriage proposal be very creative and very public and rather over the top what do women prefer what do you think of them as a guy or a woman and then also the other question is what was yours like what is yours just like the very old fashioned down on one knee maybe didn't even leave the living room whatever or maybe just quiet dinner out somewhere or do you do something like incredibly out was it wasn't a flash mob interrupting your show like that what exactly was your own marriage proposal like and you know I don't really know what the stats are but some women would love these and expect nothing but something really creative and other women would be just totally mortified by that is some people want more romantic and I guess some people want more creative and Hey look at me uhhuh and then and then you know some they don't even care about the romantic some just like let's just talk like friends and how it's about time to think we did this okay yeah it could be the middle grocery shopping and bam that was their proposal maybe there wasn't even a ring at the time maybe the only conversation in the car you know what I mean no I do that's more of like you know that's not a bad way to do it it's more like talking over as as equals what they both want to do instead is in a waiting for him to spring the question right yeah so some women might even prefer that so very curious among our listeners if you married to ever were married he was and it didn't work out that's okay but what was your own marriage proposal like and what do you think a marriage proposal ought to be sure the B. those big grand gestures a public creative over the tops of the quiet personal private no frills one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five quick question you think they have gotten more common because of social media because now they're all on you to well I mean look at this one this was on the comic's own Instagram I'm sure it was on the groom and the bride's Instagram to and and somebody else knew about it I think although you know what maybe not I was gonna say because somebody was taking a video of that and they were make sure they were making sure they recorded it however they were not near the vantage point was not near that couple it was halfway across the room it could have just been all my god this guy's actually heckling mark Norman I got to catch this road and then maybe they offered up the video videos like that maybe wasn't a friend but yep maybe social media has made that more of a thing and the problem posed owns the pressures on even the younger age bigger better white like even if the problem poses are going to have to do it and can you get away with a marriage proposal being just very simple I was going to be the next level you would think so you let us now one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five to thirty time for the news all the latest New Jersey news from NJ one one five dot com state burglary and theft related charges dropped against the Pennsylvania man awaiting sentencing on federal convictions of threatening president trump and the Pennsylvania district attorney a federal jury convicted Christie in November on a dozen counts of threatening the president making threatening communications.

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"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

11:06 min | 5 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Mark Rush Limbaugh program the Democrats on no telling the campaign the the corn unquote majority of coal because results will be released at five P. M. eastern I don't know whether that's five PM eastern today all five PM eastern on November the twelfth which seems more likely but we will see well I think actually most of the album get into this in a minute most of us old he no how this is getting whether they managed to find a few extra coca's guy was to bulk up a certain candidates numbers will see how well they what you say made of the intervening twenty four hours I I do once they laid it Cameron Cameron wanted it count tweeted mock what is the best way to send good wishes her rush she knows rush doesn't like trade I can tell you something Catherine rush it is not going to be looking at Twitter today or tomorrow so forget about that the easiest way if you want to send good wishes to rush I don't want to crash the website or anything but if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com all right up at the top of web above the words the Rush Limbaugh show the you'll see a little mini menu bar and I think the second or third item along says special notes for rush and you can just click that and you can send your good wishes to rush any thoughts and prayers what whatever you want as a said don't ever think that just because you just won a million city he doesn't want to hear from you it you know that that the beautiful fun Coley did yesterday with livia the the the young lady who'd read old the rush Rivera books and it's taken seven and a half weeks I think it was to go and visit every historic site mentioned in the books that's a very typical example of the kind of less known kind of Rita that rush loves to loves to hear from as I said that the Iowa caucus occurred after a fashion yesterday it's well I'll go with Joe Biden's this is this is the problem here is Joe Biden couldn't lose respectively he lost disastrously so it's been necessary to cover that up that's essentially what's going on here that's why the poll couldn't be released on Sunday because the poll showed him tanking into fourth place and then he he so then yesterday they couldn't release any of the results was actually extraordinary what's going on here it's it's it's blamed on an app okay that this time around they had a whip frowned at the Iowa Democrat party and they decided to buy a computer and they got one of these new fangled things that's only been around for a decade or so and the app they went to this is the company they went to to come up with the act shadow Inc I don't know why they descend Colette specter I mean of the blow felt the blue failed of shattering is apparently bay a peach there's this whole thing from the Bani brothers sold over the internet may a peach is apparently the guy behind shadow egg and the other will now calling him may cheat he's but as I said he's he's like a shadow respect he's the bond villains stroking the white Persian cat and cackling to himself that's my update according according to some of the enraged by the brothers why do they need an app these are just a bit of fun this out there we're going to talk and get some more information from Iowa experts but there is seven this route that there were roughly a hundred and seventy thousand Democrats who turned out yesterday was a day a terrible thing there's no motivation it's not like two thousand and eight then Alden fused about any of the candidates and there was seventeen hundred precincts okay she got seventeen hundred precincts a hundred and seventy thousand votes so you've got an average of a hundred people at each precinct right and they will have to go and stand in different corners of the gymnasium of the cafeteria or whatever it is so you've got some Biden people sending in one corner and you've got some funny people in another Kona and you will Elizabeth Warren people in another Kona and there's a hundred people in the room so this three and the Joe Biden Kona and that is twenty nine in the bunny Kona Y. con I want to calm precinct captains which one hundred people now even if you Democrats that's just five people using their fingers and toes right one to come they count a hundred people and give us those results when now as I said it's going to be twenty four hours after polls closed so what told that the apple went wrong so then the precinct Hamptons say they're gonna try and telephone the man what do you know the telephone system at Cole pissed central isn't working to socialize the apt this new fangled thing it's only been around a decade this all the new fangled thing the telephone the took off in the eighteen nineties it certainly you know hundred thirty year old technology it's still got some few wrinkles that they have to I and I don't the telephone made it home they tell the Democrats the Democrats also about this they literally com phone it in thank but he didn't get paid it's incapable of fun to get it and then we I understand that they they are you to they have a conference call with the head home shower in Iowa the Democrats are running this thing meanwhile actually with the Republican caucus everything's hunky dory it's all working fine it's straightforward there's no reason for this unless your pulling something there's no reason for where us to believe in the coincidence that in this and I was always a bit chaotic because it's this thing got revolves going to eat some town hall of some school gym and standing around and shuffling into Kona's and then you'll candid it doesn't make the final cut so you go to shuffle into some other candidates Colin and it's also often quite come up last night one of the Bundy and one of the precincts Bonnie didn't make enough to qualify for the second round and he should have been eliminated and instead they went and found apparently they went and grabbed a couple of Tom style old don't knows why they were to Tom Stoddard supporters in that room been dragged them over to join Bonnie at to join Brighton and get him over the fifteen percent threshold so it's always corrupt what's going on here is brazen well us to believe that the the the major poll the last poll before the vote fails and then the actual vote fails and when it comes to the failure of the vote where us to believe two two it didn't have to believe that not only the state of the art the state of the art app designed by shadow ink three created by role be moved at the Hilary Hahn choke and well not awesome believe not only that the state of the art app failed but the but telephonic system at Democrat headquarters filed do you believe any of this and now and now by Denis saying we count nobody knows official results can be released until the campaigns have had an opportunity to approve them you know why that is Joe Biden nobody Joe Biden didn't even come a solid fourth he came even he came he underperformed the worst expectations you gotta believe that poll showed people so they coming up the pole and it looks like he's done even worse than in the whole why would you why would you this this is like the Congo ways Jimmy Carter when the U. N. elections observers out when you need them this was like I think it was time to go and I now say something else too while the media reporting these things there had their ADQ old vis their out most of the big ones in des Moines cedar rapids the big polls in Iowa that that that then a little seventeen hundred although I would imagine between this and that little local newspaper actually you've got a you've you've you've got a local reporter said a majority these but why aren't they telling us there in the room they can see those three people standing in Bernie it enough Biden's Kona although they tell us this it ray reminded me you know what I will reminds me of I think was the term of the lease election of about three or four years ago when the guy comes on the head of the Election Commission comes on any of the television and he's ready to announce the results and the the results aren't quite what that weeks president for life had in mind and so the guy from the electoral commission sucks sucks to announce the results and a couple of people bustled to the set and the camera cuts to something else I understand you say by the time we go back to the electoral commission of the official results an entirely different results has been put in place so now the Iowa Democrat party is running Togolese standard elections that's what happened last night that's it you don't need Putin the Macedonian content FAMAS couldn't pull off anything like this it's true brazen the the Democrat party colluded with itself to steal the elections from from Bernie Sanders it's quite extraordinary we're gonna take your calls on the Rush Limbaugh show straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network whether any I have water in this is see.

P. M. Mark Rush
"p. m" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

12:06 min | 5 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"We now we turn to March Rush Limbaugh program the Democrats on no telling the campaigns the the corn unquote majority of call because results will be released at five P. M. eastern I don't know whether that's five PM eastern today all five PM eastern on November the twelfth which seems more likely but we will see well I think actually most of the album get into this in a minute most of us so old he knows how this is getting whether they managed to find a few extra coca's guy was to bulk up a certain candidates numbers will see how well they what you say made of the intervening twenty four hours I I do what's the latest Cameron Cameron wanted it count tweeted mark what is the best way to send good wishes her rush she knows rush doesn't like trade I can tell you something Catherine rush that is not going to be looking at at Twitter today or tomorrow so forget about that the easiest way if you want to send good wishes to rush I don't want to crash the website or anything but if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com all right up at the top of my head above the words the Rush Limbaugh show the you'll see a little mini menu bar and I think the second or third item along says special notes for rush and you can just click that and you can send your good wishes to rush any thought seven and Prez what whatever you want as a said don't ever think that just because you just won a million city he doesn't want to hear from you it you know that that the beautiful fine Coley did yesterday with livia the the the young lady who'd read old the rush Rivera books and it's taken seven and a half weeks I think it was to go and visit every historic site mentioned in the books that's very typical example of the kind of less known kind of Rita that rush loves to loves to hear from as I said at the Iowa caucus occurred after a fashion yesterday it's a I'm well I'll go with Joe Biden's this is this is the problem here is Joe Biden couldn't lose respectively he lost disastrously so it's been necessary to cover that up that's essentially what's going on and that's why the poll couldn't be released on Sunday because the poll showed in tanking into full rights and then he he so then yesterday they couldn't release any of the results was actually extraordinary what's going on here it's it's it's blamed on an app okay that this time around they had a whip round at the Iowa Democrat party and they decided to buy a computer and they got one of these new fangled things that's only been around for a decade or so and the apple they went to this is the company they went to to come up with the act shadow Inc I don't know why they just didn't call it specter I mean of the blow felt the blow failed of shattering is apparently bay a peach there's this whole thing from the Bani brothers sold over the internet may have peaches apparently the guy behind shadow and the other will now calling him may cheats these but as I said he's he's like a shadow inspector he's the bond villains stroking the white Persian cat and cackling to himself that's my updates according according to some of the enraged by the brothers why do they need an act these are just a fun this out there we're going to talk and get some more information from Iowa experts but there is seven those who said they were roughly a hundred and seventy thousand Democrats who turned out yesterday was a day a terrible thing there's no motivation it's not like two thousand and eight then Alden fused about any of the candidates and there was seventeen hundred precincts okay she got seventeen hundred precincts a hundred and seventy thousand vets so you've got an average of a hundred people at each precinct right I will have to go and stand in different corners of the gymnasium of the cafeteria or whatever it is so you've got some bite in people sending in one corner and you've got some funny people in another Kona and you will Elizabeth Warren people in another Kona and there's a hundred people in the room so this three and the Joe Biden Kona and that is twenty nine in the bunny Kona Y. con up one come precinct captains how much one hundred people now even if you Democrats that's just five people using their fingers and toes right one to come they count a hundred people and give us those results when now as I said it's going to be twenty four hours after the polls close so which told of the apple went wrong so then the precinct Hamptons say they're gonna try and telephone the man I don't want you to know the telephone system at all central isn't working to social my the act this new fangled thing it's only been around a decade this all the new fangled thing the telephone the took off in the eighteen nineties they certainly you know hundred thirty year old technology it's still got some few wrinkles that they have to I and I don't the telephone made it home they killed a Democrat the Democrats also showing us about this they literally com phone it in well he didn't get paid is incapable of fun to get it and then we understand that they they are you to they have a conference call with the head home shower in Iowa the Democrats are running this thing meanwhile actually with the Republican caucus everything's hunky dory it's all working fine it's straightforward there's no reason for this unless your pulling something there's no reason for where us to believe in the coincidence that in this and I was always a bit chaotic because it's this thing got revolves going to eat some town hall of some school gym and standing around and shuffling into comas and then your candidate doesn't make the final cut so you go to shuffle into some other candidates Colin and it's also often quite come up last night one of the barony and one of the precincts Bonnie didn't make enough to qualify for the second round and he should have been eliminated and instead they went and found apparently they went and grabbed a couple it's home style people don't know is why they were to Tom Stoddard supporters in that room then drag them over to join Bonnie as to join Brighton and getting over the fifteen percent fresh of such always corrupt what's going on here is brazen well us to believe that the the the major poll the last poll before the vote fails and then the actual vote fails and when it comes to the failure of the vote where us to believe two two it didn't seem to believe that not only the state of the art the state of the art app designed by shadow ink the aged by role be moved at the Hillary home show and well not us to believe not only that the state of the art app failed but the telephone make system at Democrat headquarters filed do you believe any of this and now im now Biden is saying we calmed nobody knows official results can be released until the campaigns have had an opportunity to approve them you know why that is Joe Biden nobody Joe Biden didn't even come a solid force he came even he came he underperformed the worst expectations you gotta believe that poll show people so they coming up the pole and it looks like he's done even worse than in the whole why would you why would you this is this is like the Congo ways Jimmy Carter when the U. N. elections observers out when you need them this was like I think it was an unusual now say something else too while the media reporting things there and their actions all these there and most of the big ones in the morning cedar rapids the big polls in Iowa that there that then a little seventeen hundred although I would imagine between this and that little local newspaper actually you've got a you you you've got a local reporters at a majority these but why are they telling us there in the room they can see those three people standing in Bernie it enough Biden's Kona welcome they tell us this it ray reminded me you know what I will reminds me of I think was the Togolese election of about three or four years ago when the guy comes on the head of the Election Commission comes on any of the television and he's ready to announce the results and the the results aren't quite what that weeks president for life had in mind and so the guy from the electoral commission sucks sucks to an ABS the results and a couple of people bustled to the sect and the camera cuts to something else I understand you say by the time we go back to the electoral commission of the official results an entirely different results has been put in place so now the I would Democrat party is running Togolese standard elections that's what happened last night that's it you don't need Putin the Macedonian content farmers couldn't pull off anything like this it's true brazen the Democrat party colluded with itself to steal the elections from from Bernie Sanders it's quite extraordinary we're gonna take your coals on the Rush Limbaugh show straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network Rush Limbaugh talk radio six eighty WCBS hi this is see full investor insights with sequel chief investment officer Michael o'keefe Michael sure is a lot of news coming in about the economy what are some of the take aways had let's look at last week we learned a bit about the consumer both consumer confidence and consumer sentiment were published both positive we saw a positive numbers on consumer spending and personal income this is likely due in part to a strong job market we learn GDP was up two point one percent in the fourth quarter and two point three percent for all of twenty nineteen then the personal consumption index of PC which the favorite inflation measure for the fed was up one point six percent twenty nineteen so below the fed's two percent target finally the fed held its first meeting on twenty twenty holding rates flat there signaling that they think Rothe will continue but are watching closely the global issues unfolding like the corona virus and what are we learning about this week well modestly positive results in manufacturing with the latest market manufacturing PMI at fifty one point nine and the I. it's a manufacturing index at fifty point nine again above fifty.

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"p. m" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:04 min | 5 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Printed second so every Saturday at six P. M. live and direct are you follow me on social media are you following me also should be if you're not following me in making a huge mistake the officer Tatum all the muscles media platforms the officer Tatum also visit the also Tatum store we got a new rewards program on our store yeah I need to go check it out I'm telling you is bomb Aspin ten hours plus probably every day mess with their store and make us your is great so let's talk about law enforcement in America young norm was a former hi I am a former police officer hello police offices man they they they are the the Lynch pin they are the reason why America or at least people in America can be safe and walk around and do all the lame stuff that most people do is because you're being protected by America's finest and I respect people in the military but it was a but because I'm like that but because then you your little eliminate the for statement you may I respect people in the military and I think is invaluable for us to understand the value to people who are at home serving people who are dealing with Americans every single day and sometimes people in America are just as bad as people overseas people in war zones you know how many people are are out right now killing people there was a person are read article just recently in Arizona of mom's mother keys it will sink into more wise use modern you're not crazy that is just like this almost like isis some people in America crazy too there anyway let me get to these police stores because somebody's police officer crazy so we got a police officer angles is main arm because he don't deserve the credit for me to say his name but I will say what he did yeah I can look it up if you want to push us out of Cleveland Ohio the dude is a trash can police officer if I if if I could that means what they should do this they should do I don't have a cave on but I will keep the one hundred day should allow these bad cops to be in a room alone with six good cops and just let whatever happens happens because you're **** the reputation of all of us Bobbie Ann idiot so let me tell you what this food it so thank god he wasn't in his bands and have the uniform all he was active police officer at the time he tried to kidnap a twelve year old girl by pulling up to on a book at a bus stop what she was waiting to go to school a suggestion is to get the cars to get taken to school obviously he was trying to put in a car prodded to do something else to work she refused how did your parents taught or will she refused and everybody watching his right now listen to this right now if you know if a stranger comes out to pick you up to the client okay decline then he gets mad I guess to go park somewhere he pulled up the walk up on foot then he pulls out his phone to start recording I guess he took his you know what out impede on a girl and recorded it he was laughing on a recording wise peeing on a twelve year old girl did he keeps the core core go the person in the community kind of notice to be in a suspicious person he's put in door knob just of trying to rob cars any end up getting caught in a god of a kid voted the kidnapping they got a four obviously defecating on a on a are your name only on the young twelve year old girl eighty one of many of these I almost cursed one of the many of these trash Campoli sauces this out here Servin amongst all the great men and women with the bad so let's talk about another situation that happened in Midland Texas now if you don't know we're Midland Texas million Texan middle nowhere it's in between el Paso in Dallas fort worth spy look closely a passel but is in the middle of nowhere but it's a lot of great people to live in Midland Texas so I mean the Texas police department had a search warrant and maybe even a I think I believe as a source when it could have been an arrest warrant and search warrant for an individual I'm not gonna say his name but this guy's up the crap because the police have been to his house before enable trained audit gotten drove from a search warrant so this guy is doing criminal activity I think it's six year old son was involved but he left the house the six year old son and his three year old daughter was at the house swat team hit the house no knock warrant and they ended up super six zero because he ran at the police also with with something in his hand at the police officers with the if you see people a tech gear with rifles with helmets in in in in walkie talkies they're probably police officers anyway runs that he gets shot in the arm the bullet went through another bullet I think what did one of his same below different will want to our hit a three year on the back I do think that the police will be held accountable for you know you you you got to be held account for every shot you make and we had a three year old in the back you gotta eat that one but the day should be the one on the on the hook because he should be doing drugs it could be in crimes this is a ten police the response was half to put his children in his family in danger it's a it's absolutely outrageous and it's unacceptable enemy give me give a quick synopsis I got to do this in like a minute I'm a bit part in less than a minute I gotta tell you give the search warrant is not easy you have to write down the affidavit of service to prove that you have probable cause to arrest somebody get presented to a judge and the judge has to confirm it is legitimate to knock on the door or do a no knock which you do not announce just break through you have to be able to tell a judge why this exigent what the circumstances are ex did enough for you to do that because this tremendous it's a tremendous amount of danger this involved in it so don't think for one minute to Midland Texas they just man I like this guy's arms of Latin I don't like the got some but get a warm it's not that easy coming up next lays in general don't talk about this corona virus.

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"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:35 min | 5 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"And six twenty P. M. with the money this is a troubling story knack I I I think it just highlights the fact that you never really know who's out there is a dark underbelly to the society and well I'll just rip the bandaid off shall we we told you about a guy by the name of Kevin bacon who was found murdered in Christmas see on Christmas Eve in flint Michigan there was a man arrested for the murder and it wasn't just the murder but it was the mutilation of Kevin bacon's body Kevin bacon twenty five years old the guy that was arrested for his murder was fifty he was charged with murder because they found Kevin bacon's naked body hanging upside down from the ceiling and the home now we have two frantic nine one one calls made months apart before Kevin bacon's body was found nude hanging upside down that reveal the panic of two men who were also chained up in the basement of this crazy guys house you did not make the connection from the nine one one calls I guess they did not and here's the other thing these guys did not want to press charges hi you chain me up in a basement on October tenth so we're just a couple months before Kevin bacon is is murdered and mutilated I'm not gonna get into the mutilation by the way and by the way the murder also ate him eight Kevin bacon parts of Kevin bacon on October tenth there was a forty year old man who is visiting Michigan on business from New York and he contacted the county emergency dispatch office in a panic saying he was running away from this guy's house he said I want you to know like I've never had anything like this happen I don't know if you drugs me all I know is I end up that ended up locked in the offing basement okay chained in the basement he explained to the dispatch that he ran into this guy at the flint bus station that night he says I met this guy I'm by he's cute he had on me I don't know we went to the car we talked we went to the store had a soda and then I woke up in the basement he seems like a nice guy he told the nine one are nine one one operator that he used a butcher knife they found in the basement to cut a leather strap that had been there to restrain his ankles and was connected to a chain and this guy was able to escape and take off on foot and they couldn't backtrack to this guy and he didn't want to file charges ultimately now was he afraid of information coming out about him I think so I think that if one finds themself chained up in letters and a basements you don't want that information out there right there's probably some point when they ask for the gimp to come into the world there was another of call in made in November this is exactly one month from when Kevin bacon was gonna go into that house and never come out November twenty fifth twenty nine year old man dialed nine one one to report he was running away from the home is that I'm trying to get away from some creepy guy he had me tied up in his basement he's after me the caller says and the dispatch says will start knocking on some neighbors doors so he does and there's a guy whose door he knocked on by the name of Michael parks and Michael says he remembers it like yesterday because I open the door knock knock I open the door and there's this kid on my porch in a leather killed in wearing nothing else there's so much more to this I I don't know if I want to know everything is happening here no it's not but their things obviously the collared the the the victims are intentionally meeting because they don't want evidently the police to get involved but because he didn't want the police to get involved you can draw that you can connect the dots to the death of Kevin bacon Hey listen you meet a guy on a social dating app and you know you're hitting it off yeah your share a soda I say turn around when this guy says can you put on this leather kilt that's when the dates over but you're making the assumption that the kill was put on before he got drug because I think this is what this guy's into in the dungeon with the letters and the kilts this is what these dungeon kill because of the pattern no it's just because it's a skirt just men skirts are kilts I guess that's the easiest descriptor okay if there's any other this murderer who eats his victims apparently was a one time chemist and he's a father of four but what did he do he stopped taking his medication and suddenly you're and a leather killed in his dungeon let me guess you take very quiet and his neighbors thought he was you know I kept himself take your meds all right that's the takeaway why look at me when you say that you were looking away the whole time we looked at me trying to take your meds I think that person I don't have a dungeon there's no basement whether he killed with no nothing like that but you look at me so I can't help but take it I don't know look at Amy king if you could read to get to know you look you look at Blake you look at that you have that record me and I've had nothing to say we're in a fraternity it's taking your meds I don't know if you don't end up in a leather kilts I don't know what you guys are into not that okay where the stuff but not that coming up next month watch we will go live to Capitol Hill get you all caught up on impeachment Gary instead and mo Kelly and Amy king lets us the Dodgers have held a pep rally at Saugus high school where a student recently killed himself and two classmates news here director John Shepard tells KTLA about the twenty five players who showed up on Kansas really just trying to show them that the Dodgers care about them and summer like we did last year in thousand oaks were trying to do some of these communities that might need a little uplifting and you know bring them some joy the triple fatal shooting in Saugus high was in November news brought to you by skweet James Bergen or the father of one of its three sixteen year old boy is killed and alleged road rage crashing around us as he believes that justice will be served my family and I have been.

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"p. m" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:25 min | 7 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Yes twenty twenty we were yeah to be yeah get that part yes we will leave that eleven P. M. six PM eastern standard time on the thirty first of January the two main factors here at least from the outside a perspective are German Corp is an extremist and the British people want to say you know democracy counts we know this what happened and if we need to honor it if you had to give a kind of a split what what was the bigger factor there you're quite right those those were the two the two main factors and and and they they have that very evening because you know that the refusal to acknowledge democracy kind of concerned all people had about what I will do it is a policy that would have it bad constitutionally is one such factor though in this which I think is is only fair to not act which is the personal popularity all Boris Johnson and his ability to connect with folks as in seats that had a cultural heredity treatable tribal affiliation with my which almost made it impossible for them to look at it's a conservative candidate because of all the connotations that they've grown up with and voices a sweat pulled away and they did the whole electoral map looks different now we we we had SO vote for the Conservative Party than we've had since Margaret Thatcher hi is he Satcher or is he more like Churchill I mean he he he he he is politically much more within the Churchill tradition all sort of you know a moderate realistic keen you probably know the boys was a book about it's the in mice one of my favorite books right it was it was written off by a lot of the critics who sneered after it and what they said was Boris has kind of re function the great wartime leader into a prop in his own dramas the Churchill who emerges from the pages of his book is based right wing journalist and and we see opted in a speaker who is kind of cool the overlooked by the posse leaps and until the moment of crisis now I shouldn't think that Chriss Majali said Boris is not comparing himself to judge a predicate is probably true that he was inspired by elements of Churchill story in particular by the way in which the great man put all of that kind of the bruising and the the the on the seriousness of the silly friends behind him and rose to the occasion very much so you face as his moment to rise to the occasion all right so speaking of silly friends behind him if you were in America you were wondering when you heard him speak last night white Elmo and a weird Darth Vader was standing behind him and why you well how old Elmo to take his head off it it just grew or is is modes to hold what it was like can you are searching prime minister you've got to go and defend your constituency against challenges by L. knows what what what I find he is one of the we all all equal before the law the the the politics nickel certain so quickly can you tell us was that Elmo and who was the guy in the bucket we have eight we've had our traditions they're going back about fifty or sixty years that a number of eccentric and choke candidates stand against the main policy leaders in their constituencies when there is a general election and it yeah yeah and one inside there is a policy that guy was the the the guy you're calling Darth Vader who who's changed his name by deed poll doubled Buckethead is the leader of points and old punchy inversion began in the early sixties called the official monster raving loony policy and tested every by election and is needed has stood against the incumbent prime minister at every election since the mid sixties so they are they're actually older than a Liberal Democrat unbelievable unbelievable one last question the Scottish National Party did very well and yeah it's funny because the people were like Hey democracy means something and we're we're we want brexit well that's really the message of the Scottish National Party and I think it's been those the same one since Mel Gibson but blue paint on his face leave us alone we wanna queen what's going to happen with that in house borer is going to be anyway wait wait wait what's the difference of course that when when that was put to a referendum on like with bricks eight eight it was defeated was so why why this is me why did the National Party don't do so well in Scotland well this is interesting so a loss of that focuses on in fact against independence for Scotland but they vote for the Scottish National Party as a way of lightning Scotland's waits in the union if you like or maybe you know sending a message to London that they need to be taken seriously ill it's very very common thing you get it in in all the places where the separatists that feeling I'm a call and see that being another referendum in the short run because the you know we have one five years ago and and everyone said that that was based never gonna be it for like times on but I do think that we need to acknowledge the V. advance in the in in the actions of the the soldiers national policy and it seems to me that the the fairest thing to all sides given the Scotland boasted to stay in the in the UK but not by a huge margin in twenty fourteen the stars and be to try and come up with some compromise where there is more devotion for Scotland including tax raising powers to school told me difficult sort of actually having separate embassies installed which I think is what the vast majority of people in Scotland say they want to be but not complete breakaway Daniel Hannan I have literally ten seconds and I'm being screamed out of my ear ten seconds does this mean this this push France closer to brexit themselves or not yeah I just need a yes or no question from for an answer I don't think which sounds I think the next country to go will probably get another means.

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"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:20 min | 7 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"P. M. this virtual private networks in your hearing them being pitched as the next level of security for people on the internet and I believe you guys offer a VPN so what what's the latest on V. P. N. said why do we need water why do we not need one so first of all great to be back always love being here and you know it it sounds super technical and then you know folks are like you know I mean you know I just have a computer at home or I just use my laptop at that at the local coffee shop they're not technical anymore they used to be super complicated to set up and configure you can get these things don't turn on automatically we do sell one's called wifi security but same thing VPN what it does is it encrypts the data from your computer over a network to a computer on the internet so that no one can steal that information while it's going through like a public wifi or something like that so even if I'm traveling and I have and I'm and I've got where brooch a wifi security everything I do on the web is going to be encrypted that is absolutely right and the benefit of that of course is on a distraught example if if you're at a coffee shop and you you log on and you start maybe shopping online it's risky using a public hotspot to enter your credit card information because it's it's it's a pretty straightforward hack to get into a public hot spot and be able to capture the traffic is flowing through that not not too complicated you know I'm not the simplest thing that's not too complicated and of that data is not encrypted the people can see you like literally in clear text what's flowing across a network in a VPN what it does is it encrypts all of that traffic for you so you don't have to worry about it what if I click on something I shouldn't click on your we talked about that's how ransomware usually gets spread to computers what if I hit one of the bad sites does having a VPN help me at all there a question so there are VPNs that all they do is they increase the flow of data but if you were to click on a malicious site it would still allow you to go to that site and of course the malicious data would securely flow across that repeat into your machine there are also other solutions are so this is where it the VPN includes technology that prevents you from going to malicious site it may not prevent you fully but it will warn you Hey this site you're trying to navigate queue is potentially malicious you should be aware that but that isn't the core functionality of a VPN but there's a lot of you know if you can add that on as a as a bonus to help protect people it sounds like this is you know like a good antivirus and we recommend Webroot is is is a one level of protection is sounds like this is the next level of protection that is now available and the and I don't know what the cost of your ages but it's pretty darn affordable it's not it's not expensive at all it is it in you know maybe I'm in engineering and all the talk money I honestly don't know what the prices but that said it is a key that absolute Max layer of protection he used to be yeah we just have a firewall our house to meet me secure because our computers were behind it but as as you know we've got more mobile devices tablets and end the season we're using a bit more different locations to come more important that we have a solution it secures a some matter where we are and that's with the VPN solutions that you sign up for V. P. N. by computer or would you put a group of of Montreal wife I guess use different configuration the sudden great and I'm not the same as for your listeners absolutely well it's because of medical your website and sign up after the segments on this trying to figure out what to do so you can get them in multiple ways you can get them so they protect your home router and so that you can going to your router is secured out or you can get them for individual machines and the benefit of having it on your individual machine that way you to pick that machine up and go to worry about got that secured connection so I I highly recommend getting something for the for the individual devices that you're using David to four Webroot secure anywhere our guest here in consumer team and you can learn more about the virtual private network the V. P. N..

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"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

04:06 min | 8 months ago

"p. m" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"P. M. this virtual private networks in your hearing them being pitched as the next level of security for people on the internet and I believe you guys offer a VPN so what what's the latest on B. P. ensign wide we need water why do we not need one so first of all great to be back always will be in here and you know it it sounds super technical and then you know folks like you know I mean you know I just have a computer at home or I just use my laptop at a local coffee shop they're not technical anymore they used to be super complicated to set up and configure you can get the things they'll turn on automatically we do sell one's called wifi security but same thing VPN what it does is it encrypts the data from your computer over a network to a computer on the internet so that no one can steal that information while it's going through like a public wifi or something like that so even if I'm traveling and I have and I'm and I've got where brooch a wifi security everything I do on the web is going to be encrypted that is absolutely right and the benefit of that of course is distraught example if you're at a coffee shop and you you log on and you start maybe shopping online it's risky using a public hotspot to enter your credit card information because it's it's it's a pretty straightforward hack to get into a public hot spot and be able to capture the traffic is flowing through that not not too complicated you know I'm not the simplest thing that's not too complicated and of that data is not encrypted the people can see you like literally in clear text what's flowing across a network in a VPN what it does is it encrypts all of that traffic for you so you don't have to worry about it what if I click on something I shouldn't click on you know we talked about that's how ransomware usually gets spread to computers what if I hit one of the bad sites does having a VPN help me at all there is a great question so there are VP and all they do is they increase the flow of data but if you were to click on a malicious site it would still allow you to go to that site in of course Melissa data would securely flow across that repeats into your machine there are also other solutions are so this is where it the VPN includes technology that prevents you from going to malicious site it may not prevent you fully but it will warn you Hey this site you're trying to navigate queue is potentially malicious you should be aware that but that isn't the core functionality of a VPN but there's a lot of you know if you can add that on as a as a bonus to help protect people it sounds like this is you know like a good antivirus and we recommend Webroot is is is a up one level of protection it sounds like this is the next level of protection that is now available and the and I don't know what the cost of yours is but it's pretty darn affordable it's not it's not expensive at all it is it in you know me Pete I'm in engineering and all of the talk money so I honestly don't know what the prices but that said it is a key that absolute Max layer of action he used to be yeah we just have a firewall our house and we'd be secured because our computers were behind it but as as you know we've got more mobile devices tablets and end the season we're using amid more different locations it's become more important that we have a solution it secures as a matter where we are and that's with the VPN solutions that you sign up for V. P. N. by computer or would you put a group of of Montreal wife I guess use different configurations great and I'm not the same as for your listeners absolutely well it's because I'm gonna go to your website and sign up after the segments on this trying to figure out what to do so you can get them in multiple ways you can get them so they protect your home router and serve it anything going to your router is secured out or you can get them for individual machines and the benefit of having it on your individual machine that way you to pick that machine up and go to Europe to.

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"p. m" Discussed on The Product Podcast

The Product Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"p. m" Discussed on The Product Podcast

"Look for are the products. Discover ability engagement repetition people come back to us. It actual use cases and any barriers to adoption. Assess your feedback and use it to inform launch decisions. Beta tests, give you a chance to see if your product addresses customers needs successfully and help you meet your success metrics with a small group. This gives you useful data about things you'll want to address before launch like what bugs or other barriers to adoption many customers encountered sometimes you'll find a feature isn't discoverable and you need to add a collar out to it specifically or an on boarding experience to walk customers through using it. Sometimes you'll find something doesn't work as expected in the real world and you'll decide to remove the feature occasionally, you'll find that the whole product just isn't good and customers don't adopt it. And you'll cancel the launch. The most common result of a beta test is that you use the results to make a few minor changes and bug fixes. And then you do another beta test after a couple of interruptions with larger sample sizes in each the product will be ready to launch. When putting together a GTM plan established when you want to run each testing face what you're aiming to get out of each phase. And who alone it generally support or the P M will own the tests make sure to plan time to react to feedback from the betas before launch. Or some products? You'll also want to.

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"p. m" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"p. m" Discussed on The Changelog

"Out of your compile asset bundle, which is great. But there's one more level than that, which is function level dead code elimination, which is essentially saying I import this module. This module exposes a hundred functions. Let's say if I'm only actually calling three of those functions, that's all I'm gonna get compiled output. The other ninety seven just will get stripped out, which means that basically it doesn't really matter how your modules are organized anymore. It you can just put your functions wherever makes the most sense organizationally, and it also doesn't matter what you're importing, which modules you're importing only matters, which functions you're actually calling. Those are the only ones that get used. I'd say we're cool side. Does all the transit depends. He's in to figure out which functions does functions are calling him and so on. So you're not gonna acme missing a function at the end of the day. Exactly. Now, this is really cool, and it's it's one of the big reasons that. Elves you at nineteen was able to get such a small bundle sizes that we, you know, however, many dependencies we pull in doesn't really matter how big they are. All matters is how big are the things we actually use. The reason we're able to do this is that elm has its own totally separate package ecosystem from NPR. So like we that whole SPA example doesn't actually use n. p. m. at all, it's it's just a leasing l. packages. And so as a consequence of that, it means you get this system-wide dead coalition, which is really great. But it also means that it's kinda hard to measure like what percentage of you know this is x. versus y. z. is it's kinda like, well, what? What even is Elms baseline? Like how much of that the answer is? Well, it kind of depends on how much of using. The nation of applies to sort of Elms standard libraries just as much as any package. So it's it makes it pretty tricky to measure. I guess what you could do is you could kinda like do surgery on the compile j s like map things back and then like sort of categorize all of them and say, oh, this game from here in this game from there, but I don't think anybody's ever tried to do that. Sounds like a work. I was gonna say, one thing you can do from the other direction and say, okay, how much application code do I have? Right?.

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"p. m" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"p. m" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"That is unfolding right now, not only with our company and our. Founder, but just with everything shifting in the world, the way that it is with health wellness, fitness, and longevity. So would that kind of grin American business story us headquartered in Atlanta in a lot of the places that we are really trying to impact here throughout the United States. It's really exciting time to feel really charged about it pun intended, I guess. Yeah, exactly. Actually, that's a good place to jump in. And so when you say that you're charged about it and we're talking about the cells and the way that they respond to charges. I've kind of been under the Prussian for a long time that it's an electrochemical gradient that the cells operate on, and that's the way that I ns move in and out of a cell or metabolites move in and out of a cell. But when you when you call something like this exercise for yourselves, but operates from what I understand on a Meg netted frequency, you know, pulse electro magnetic field therapy. How exactly does that work? And, and I'm okay with you kind of. Explaining. First of all, what p. m. f. is for people who haven't heard my previous podcasts on on p. m. f. technology and then kind of get into how this actually works on the cellular front. Yeah. So actually we can definitely start there. So PM f by the way for those listening who haven't heard about this stands for pulsed electromagnetic fields and what I always try to talk about whether I'm speaking at into engagements events or demoing the technology is that first and foremost, it's optimizing the mind body so that it can heal itself. The body was able to heal itself, recover faster, perform better when it comes to him off or systems.

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"p. m" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"p. m" Discussed on Syntax - Tasty Web Development Treats

"Don't also need to publish it to yarn, but yarn wall. So add some cashing on top of that so that it's a little bit faster at some stuff where it doesn't have to also duplicate. If you download a package once and then you n. p. at Mishal again, it will just take that from locally. It's a couple of things about it, and it was great when it came out and it still is great. I find a lot of people still use it, although. So it sort of gave n. p. m. a kick in the pants of things that they needed to fix. Because when it came out I was a little bit, I was happy that these things were being fixed, but I was also bummed because I don't like it when now. Okay, good now have two different ways to do it, especially as to'real creator. Yeah. Now there's like, okay, there's yarn and now there's NPR now I have to support both of those and they're slightly different in how you do things. They're not that far different put through different enough where you can't say swap the word yarn with n. p. m. and you're go, right? And I guess that is, yeah, that's the concern is that the people who are creating this content, we have to worry about which one we use in even myself. You see my Dettori us, I sort of bounce back and forth between n. p. m. in yarn in the details themselves based on what the project itself is calling for, for instance, create react app uses yarn. So every detail that I do with crate react up, I use yarn, but other to'real 's that were the system itself. The default is n. p. m. in their docks, all to Jews to mpm because. I'd like to keep it as close to their documentation as possible. You know? Yeah. We basically talked about the somebody had a question about like bootstrapping applications, and they asked if someone used the yeoman generator and it turns out that yarn had this kind of awesome generator where you could. I forget what the command is, but you could like set up a kind of a create react app for all kinds of other examples in NPR has now rolled that into NPR's so you can like NPR I forget what the command us. I wish I knew it off off hand, but you can. You can set up a simple example really quickly by just saying n. p. m. create graph q. l. example or something like that. And then it will go off to get hub and download the latest in good because you don't have to tell people to like fork of repo and download and then CD into the directory. Yeah, you can just go ahead and do it, but it seems like PM has has added a lot of these things. I have stuck with mpm along just because I haven't found the speed to be that big of an issue primarily being on a very fast internet. Connection. It hasn't affected me all that much, and I also don't want to introduce a new thing into my details which I don't know..

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