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Fresh update on "pa" discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

Breaking Money Silence®

00:47 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pa" discussed on Breaking Money Silence®

"Thank you Kathleen. Thanks for asking me to be a guest today. Yeah, I'm really interested in what you are studying. And what are you offering in the financial? Space and just want the listeners to know a little bit about who you are to give some context to our conversation. So can you tell me just a little bit about your background and also just at a high level about investing you sure I spent most of my time as a a financial planner and finding wealth manager wealth adviser for many years, I was a later a corporate executive of a partner within large investment firm, United States and retired from that position left to start a program that really focuses it on the connection between money and. In Life Satisfaction and a lot of my education. Further endeavors that point forward have been tied to that area. Yeah, and so the the idea of in the work that you've done in positive psychology in connecting money to values really fits with what we talk about here on breaking money silence, so that's what I really wanted to delve into today. Because you know previously, we haven't talked much about positive psychology that is, and how that intersects with our relationship with money. So can you tell me a little bit about what positive psychology is and how it can be used to improve somebody's relationship with money? Yeah, I think in. Simplest form if he were already use a numerical scale, PA and we looked at psychology as a whole in the past psychology was solely focused on helping people get better people that were not functioning well, so if you look at it in American scale, scarlet, normal psychological endeavors that were familiar with focuses on the important job of moving someone from. Let's say a negative Fi. As a baseline to a two zero, which is a normally functioning baseline plazas, psychology, which is. Probably came came out mostly in the late nineties and has really grown significantly, since then looks at and focuses on. How would we move?.

Kathleen Executive United States PA Partner
Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting

Kuhn's Cooking Hour

00:36 sec | 1 d ago

Report: Sheriff's official says 2 dead, 8 wounded in South Carolina nightclub shooting

"A nightclub shooting in Greenville County, South Carolina. Eight people are injured and two dead Ws Pa's Jennifer Martin spoke with Sheriff Hobart Lewis. Sheriff Louis says This is a small nightclub. More than 100 were inside, he said. It was a very large crowd. He says that the shooting happened in front of a small stage and left an absolute mess inside. Everything's turned over. There's a few chairs in their food on the floor. Some bottles busted you, Khun Tell somebody left in a hurry. There's um Large amounts of blood in various parts of the Flowed.

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Fresh update on "pa" discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

00:31 min | 8 hrs ago

Fresh update on "pa" discussed on Real talk with Mr. Anonymous

"Deferring away from wanting to real problems are and what we as black people are trying to do in China. We won't happen, but I think it can. It can give us a sense of a little bit of a a relief to stop thinking about some of the stuff that we've. Had to endure in these last couple months, so it'd be a good time pace not to not to diffuser or not to dissipate. What's going on right now? But just to give us a little room to breathe, and about things or or have a little bit of enjoyment during this time. So we'll see how it goes. We're not sure to competition going. Players have been out two or three months someplace probably been working out more than others. Competition might not be all the way where it should be, but you know we're GONNA we're. GonNa see how it goes. We're GONNA. See how what kind of what happens so still excited to see you know the basketball. You know still side to see some of the teams and yeah, it'd be great for TV again. It'd be great for TV. Another thing that's going to be great is the NBA PA an NBA Lee came up to allow players to use to wear social messages on Jersey, which is going to be really dope man. Going to be a Lotta doubt messes that we see on on the backup player jerseys. Highlight, and some of the social injustices and I can't wait to see particularly. Lebron James has always been the one that there's really spoke out on it, so it's interesting to see what he's GonNa Happen His Jersey. you got. You got several other players now. Steph Bradley. Bill great gave great speeches during the protests I got found a new foul respect for him in the messages that he he said during a protest man. It was shot the Bradley Bill for that man. Newfound respect him and John Wall in. And you had Who else did you have out marching in La Compton? Damara Rosa, so it's GonNa. Be Rhodope manatee some of the messages on what the messages are and what they're about to say. I will say this to the NBA Listen Kathleen NBA. Understand for making this happen. But if you're going to profit off the light lightness of these phrases from these NBA players in their jerseys, this money needs to go to the appropriate funding. This money needs to be dispersing some areas where it can help us. Make change not just for profit for MEA. So, I hope. They've come up with. Some places to put the money and make sure the money gets put in the right places in the right institutions in a right movements, so we can further on change that we're trying to make. That's my only thing that I hope and hopefully that happens Maybe we'll hear from that later. I might do some research and come back at Y'all when I'm done research, see where that money will be going. If it has been deemed to be deemed to Gore, they're going to be selling jerseys which I'm pretty sure they are. We'll see where that money goes to I will look into it. Don't get better. which all on podcast with that man I will get back without. So me and my man, we was having a conversation which we always have these dope conversations where we talk about business and Finances and. We talk a little bit about everything all the time and entrepreneurship in. You know. We try to speak it in existence. You know what I mean. It's about speaking in existence. We always say that we're going to be me Nelson. We always keep that in the forefront of our mind, because that's that's the goal you know so we talk about a lot of different things. And the question that was posed of that we pose is. To NBA players. What's best for the culture versus what's best for me and my family? And I thought about a little bit. And I'll say you know what either way. I don't know if there's a wrong or right out so because what's best for the coaches? Some could feel like you opted out. And you're not. Playing is best for their culture. My take on that is if you opt value not playing. What else are you doing if you're not playing if you're specifically opting out? Because of all the social injustice going on, what else are you going to do with the time period that you're opting out because that's the main reason, so you gotTa have a plan behind it. You gotTA. Have a strategy behind that you gotTA. Have something that you're going to be doing in working towards behind it. Otherwise. What is the point of view opting out? You could play in still. Speak. And have an impact on what's going on by senior faith by seeing what's on the back of your? Jersey by you giving press game by you giving pre-game by doing an interview? Whatever maybe you can still affect change in that way by speaking out. So, that's my that's. That's my only thing like doing what's best for okay if you are opting out, what is the reason now? What are you going to do because you are not just opting out? Just opt out. I think that's to me is counterproductive. If you just out just not to play, but you don't have a plan behind that. For instance my more opted out for the remaining of the the WNBA season because she wanted to work towards causes to work for social injustice. Okay, that's Dope I get that. Yeah we love that shot my more for doing that man. She's losing in WNBA. Players don't even make as much money as NBA players are, and she's still opting out so shot now for doing that man big south of mind more than..

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Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

Robert Pratt

00:58 sec | Last week

Pa. AG: Grand Jury Probe Finds Regulatory Failures By DEP, Health Dept. In Natural Gas Drilling

"State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says that regulation of the state's fracking industry has been a failure he released it to your grand jury report on how residents have suffered why people get stores from our infirmities were fracking is going all right children routinely wake up with blood pouring out of their nose for when livestock dies why are they dying the report's most critical of the state department of environmental protection which appear says has a cozy relationship with the industry it makes eight recommendations including requiring the industry to disclose the chemicals it uses and ending the revolving door between the industry and public employees both Este de P. and natural gas industry take exception to this report the DP says the wolf administration inherited a flawed ideological approach to regulation and has worked to correct it Marcellus shale coalition statement says the industry's clear and collaborative approach to regulation encourages safety and unfortunately is not reflected in this report which we are reviewing

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Philadelphia - Police reforms move forward in Pa. Legislature

KYW 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | Last week

Philadelphia - Police reforms move forward in Pa. Legislature

"Police reform in the state of Pennsylvania more on that from our Harrisburg bureau chief Tony Romeo one bill sent to the Senate by the house house would would require require a a thorough thorough background background check check for for someone someone seeking seeking employment employment as as a a law law enforcement enforcement officer officer during during house house debate debate Democrat Democrat Margo Margo Davidson Davidson of of Delaware Delaware County County said said too too often often officers officers involved in an excessive force incident or criminal behavior are later revealed to have a troubled past so called bad apples will spoil the barrel if they are not plucked out before the rot spreads another bill sent to the Senate by the house sets requirements for police training including the use of force in diversity training the Senate meanwhile sent the house two bills one Senate bill would require reporting and record keeping of use of force incidents and other Senate passed bill would ban chokeholds except when another life is under imminent threat and would require police departments to develop and publish a use of force policy in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW

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"pa" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

04:49 min | Last week

"pa" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"Exciting puzzle experience unlike other puzzle games out there it updates the game monthly with new levels in events, so it never gets old Internet service is. Is Not required to play, which makes it great for travelling, so you can play anywhere I am perhaps obviously not currently traveling, but I do sometimes move from my bedroom to my living room, depending on the temperature of the house, entering such travels I might WanNa, take a little trip through the best means world. I am currently somewhere in level fifty two I'm on the frozen hills tour and the task that has been set before me is perhaps slightly counter-intuitively sounding to collect carrots from this level. How I'm supposed to collect carrots while touring the frozen hills, not one hundred percent sure, but I'm excited I think up to the challenge. I'm ready to do it and I'm excited. Engage your brain with fun puzzles and collect tons of cute characters, including frozen carrots. Trust me with over one hundred million downloads. This five star rated mobile puzzle APP is a must play. Download best means free on the Apple. APP store or Google play. That's friends without the our best fiends. Our next letter is. Complicated on couple of different fronts. I think it's your turn to read it. Would you mind doing that for US certainly? Subject is do I. Lose Weight even though it will hurt my spouse. Dear prudence. My wife and I are in our forties, and I friend into something. I was hoping to put off or both overweight I'm a big and tall man. She's just a stocky short woman. We're probably average for the US. Being overweight doesn't impede our lives, and we live a relatively healthy lifestyle that said my wife has had serious psychological issues with her weight for entire life. This is deep, seated thing and his counterpane. I do my best to help her, and she's in therapy, but it's an ongoing process. I think she's beautiful. She's a sexy. Now's the day I met her and tell her that, but I know this doesn't solve everything I generally avoid the topic of weight at her request and believe her that her years of sincere dieting, trying new exercise regimes. have mostly ended in despair. She's trying to be happy with her body as it is, and it's a long slow journey. Last year we went on vacation with a couple of friends of ours, and on the way home I've confessed that she had been crying in the shower each night at the hotel, because her best friend had lost a lot of weight, and she felt like a whale in comparison, just seeing the change something. She believes she can't have certainly not easily made her deeply sad. Of course she was nothing but nice joyful were altogether as she keeps to herself. The issues that my doctor has told me that I should consider losing weight given my family history of high blood, pressure and cholesterol. Now that I'm approaching. Approaching Middle Age I'm starting to consider it. The problem is a note. Be Easy for me as tall man to just stop snacking, start some exercise routines and drop pads. I think this would devastate my wife who would feel awful that a partner can do this thing so easily that she would give her right for she would have to see my accomplishment and to her her failure every day, so stay fluffy for her. It's my body sure, but it's a relationship and I love her. We're happy together and we spent a longtime building. Our life together I don't want to hurt her. I'm so torn. Woo. There's a lot happening there. I think it's clear that the letter writer loves his wife deeply and really wants to be helpful to her. Where possible, so we don't want to be too hard on him, but I do think the the the thing that you think. Is Your problem right now? I respectfully disagree that it's the problem. Like? There's this certainty of all it's going to take is to minor adjustments, and I know that I'm going to lose this amount of weight immediately. It's going to happen. It's guaranteed because I'm a guy because I'm tall. All that's GONNA. Require me to tackle these two little shifts with no effort, and I'm going to automatically become this. I'm going to have this new appearance. Maybe that will happen. Maybe it won't. I. I don't think you can count on that as a guarantee. and I wonder if part of what's going on there is. Again you you? You might feel this in conjunction with a real love for and desire to help your wife, but there's this sort of assumption here of like. This is going to be really easy for me. How do I deal with the fact that I? Don't have body image issues, and my relationship to fatness is super. You know laid back lazy-faire, uncomplicated, unburdened by body image issues, and when that's made obvious to my wife, it's going to destroy her.

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Coronavirus death toll nears 120,000 as states report more infections

Steve Cochran

00:54 sec | Last week

Coronavirus death toll nears 120,000 as states report more infections

"Covert nineteen deaths reached nearly one hundred twenty thousand this weekend in the United States in total there are more than two point two million confirmed cases now of the virus here new infections have ticked up in nearly two dozen state here's ABC news correspondent Victor Oquendo California is one of twelve states reporting record new cases over the weekend along with Texas and South Carolina White House officials say they're getting ready for a possible second wave and experts are ringing the alarm saying there may not even be a slowdown between outbreaks more young people are also testing pa causative as states open up in Arizona where the next presidential proudly is scheduled infections nearly doubled in the last two weeks as I see you filled up the World Health Organization reported a record increase in global coronavirus cases yesterday with the total rising by a hundred eighty three thousand in a twenty four hour period

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Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction

ESPN FC

03:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Tottenham vs Manchester United highlights and reaction

"In the Premier League Tottenham Hotspur taking on Manchester United Finish Spurs. One united one. Craig Burley Stephen Nickell on frank, leboeuf. Replaced on that Game Craig. Let's start with you one one fan. Well, thank you deserve something that the game that we played No. No surprise that taught them were Clinton deep. That's what he did before the lockdown. That's continue to. But I thought you know journey. Passenger falstaff the shift. The Ball quelques PAS and particularly sweat. You play doughnut, right hand side where? You know for them. They were trying to exploit Maguire in Shaw. who comfortable for long periods but? You know all ultimately. Goal which is a really good one from United's perspective, and Maguire and couple of glory now. He made some changes then in April you know greenwood definitely poke pogba Mehta. Devon's and taught them. Just started this deep so I I think united at least good for point. Of course pro on ensuring the second half Franken in performance that you want to see more of his United Fan. Yes definitely you made a huge impact. When he came on and play for like thirty minutes and we saw was Fernandez that he was. He could make a very good pair and I want to see more of course, more involvement, but. E creed the penalty eventing. Maybe we're going to talk about it I don't think it was a penalty, but E was It was good. We had good mentality, and we know how good he is and how? Big Can before Manchester United. He's gotTa start now from now on Stevie. No, I don't think so it didn't. It didn't look particularly strong I. Mean You saw closeup? Italians and he was blowing. Pray heavy for the guy who. was playing for half an hour so clearly. He didn't start because he's not. He's not physically strong enough to settling. Play a whole game. Solskjaer decided to bring him on for a Hafer. Which is actually for? Makes, him look good. Clearly, the opposition were were running a steam. When you can bring on Sunday we're has ability. Then that's good forever body. It makes him look good and of course. Gives a team a left. I'd have to see on the other Tondo taught. Them. have. Marine is GONNA. Play this we all the time. What she certainly looks like. He's going to have to find a playmaker because he doesn't have what Eric Lamelo as much as you have the ball. He come come pick A. I don't know whether he sees a possible, even if he does it come pick it and he kept giving away and how? Kate must be thinking Oh my goodness. For the on percents shop. Physically, not he must be thinking while we actually going to do this game and game out because if he's going to have a tough time getting goals.

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"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It was. Lot. Of people on twitter or like well, what about the women's Professional Soccer League here? In the United States, they were really the first league to formulate a plan. Why not invite them into the conversation? So now? The the commissioner list at least it's been advertised has grown to six rightfully, so also I said Kit and caboodle. It was up until a couple months ago. That I thought it was kitten caboodle. Same here. Are you just learning? And caboodle I was GONNA lend to the conversation. Because Dan a question, but I am now stuck on this. Are you serious? Yeah, for the that makes a lot more sense kit and caboodle now I do not know what a caboodle is, but kit makes a lot more sense. conceptually speaking for this cliche made no sense, a kitten caboodle, which is something I was saying for about thirty three and a half years, right? Makes Perfect sense I do want to point at that Joe. Madden will also be a voice that you'll hear tonight, but you also have athletes. Clay Campbell Damian Lillard Patrick Kane Crystal done Brianna Turner amongst others who will be participating I'm so we're going to have though the aesthetic of the people in power all going to be white guys, except for the aforementioned white woman. Well Crystal done is a person of color former Chelsea player. I believe so. So I. Maybe She's speaking on behalf of that that women's professional soccer league so two hours tonight. Return of a sports If you want to hope and you want to believe and you WanNa see what leadership is saying here publicly through the worldwide leader in sports as its mouthpiece. You agree with that. Granny was born to do this like he'll be taking notes right like they'll. They'll be fake notes, but he'll be pretending to take notes correct. I believe that Greenie was made for this moment to navigate a traffic cop. His Way slalom courses way through commissioners. Is put it on the pole. Guillermo at Lebatardshow was Greenberg. My Greenberg born to slalom course his way through sports commissioners in to our special. We are all in agreement the Gumbel no PAT is coming out right I don't care if it's doodles. You need to cross the legs in. Have the no pat. Are you guys claiming? Are you guys claiming that Mike? Greenberg is scribbling notes that don't have anything on them that you guys are. Are claiming saying that the optics of actually taking the optics are more important than actually taking the notes at I mean greedy might very well take notes, but he certainly has to give you the idea, even if he's not as to give you the idea that he is now knowing Greenie the way I do I think I do. He'll probably take real notes. That'll be very proud of JOE's wife when he gets up, I mean. Okay. Because I don't believe that my the Super Cool S. I don't believe that my Greenberg is fake. Note taker. I feel like though that. I don't know if I'm brave enough to to do this, but I feel like Jeremy Schaap I'm Eric. It's done all done by I. I don't Know I. Mean the Shatt name I know I know I have wait I know. I have blasphemed against a legendary royal journalistic name, but allow me to say it again Jeremy Shop I. Don't believe that you are actually taking notes. On TV..

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"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:30 min | 2 weeks ago

"pa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It was. Lot. Of people on twitter or like well, what about the women's Professional Soccer League here? In the United States, they were really the first league to formulate a plan. Why not invite them into the conversation? So now? The the commissioner list at least it's been advertised has grown to six rightfully, so also I said Kit and caboodle. It was up until a couple months ago. That I thought it was kitten caboodle. Same here. Are you just learning? And caboodle I was GONNA lend to the conversation. Because Dan a question, but I am now stuck on this. Are you serious? Yeah, for the that makes a lot more sense kit and caboodle now I do not know what a caboodle is, but kit makes a lot more sense. conceptually speaking for this cliche made no sense, a kitten caboodle, which is something I was saying for about thirty three and a half years, right? Makes Perfect sense I do want to point at that Joe. Madden will also be a voice that you'll hear tonight, but you also have athletes. Clay Campbell Damian Lillard Patrick Kane Crystal done Brianna Turner amongst others who will be participating I'm so we're going to have though the aesthetic of the people in power all going to be white guys, except for the aforementioned white woman. Well Crystal done is a person of color former Chelsea player. I believe so. So I. Maybe She's speaking on behalf of that that women's professional soccer league so two hours tonight. Return of a sports If you want to hope and you want to believe and you WanNa see what leadership is saying here publicly through the worldwide leader in sports as its mouthpiece. You agree with that. Granny was born to do this like he'll be taking notes right like they'll. They'll be fake notes, but he'll be pretending to take notes correct. I believe that Greenie was made for this moment to navigate a traffic cop. His Way slalom courses way through commissioners. Is put it on the pole. Guillermo at Lebatardshow was Greenberg. My Greenberg born to slalom course his way through sports commissioners in to our special. We are all in agreement the Gumbel no PAT is coming out right I don't care if it's doodles. You need to cross the legs in. Have the no pat. Are you guys claiming? Are you guys claiming that Mike? Greenberg is scribbling notes that don't have anything on them that you guys are. Are claiming saying that the optics of actually taking the optics are more important than actually taking the notes at I mean greedy might very well take notes, but he certainly has to give you the idea, even if he's not as to give you the idea that he is now knowing Greenie the way I do I think I do. He'll probably take real notes. That'll be very proud of JOE's wife when he gets up, I mean. Okay. Because I don't believe that my the Super Cool S. I don't believe that my Greenberg is fake. Note taker. I feel like though that. I don't know if I'm brave enough to to do this, but I feel like Jeremy Schaap I'm Eric. It's done all done by I. I don't Know I. Mean the Shatt name I know I know I have wait I know. I have blasphemed against a legendary royal journalistic name, but allow me to say it again Jeremy Shop I. Don't believe that you are actually taking notes. On TV..

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MLB players union rejects league's latest offer

SportsCenter AllNight

05:28 min | 3 weeks ago

MLB players union rejects league's latest offer

"On a return to work which will likely lead to litigation and the sports returned to a labour rift the union's action could lead to a season of about fifty games the players association could respond by filing a grievance that would be heard by an arbiter we're joined by ESPN MLB insider Jeff pastor Jeff as expected the players reject the latest offer from the owners the Players Association again asking the league to set a schedule rather than countering what does that mandated season look like what hello at this point because while Major League Baseball suggested that it will be in forty eight games that might do fifty games there's also the possibility that you could file a grievance against the Major League Baseball Players Association for negotiating in bad faith and breaching the mark agreement that has been part of this really part of the whole deal here and that would really blow things up so MLB's next move may be the most consequential of all but one of the players did today was was fourth pulling hand and and really show if there are going to begin this year we're going to get a sense of what they look like yeah you have that litigation as a by product of these negotiations so this is the last resort of a possible season and they'd also have to negotiate safety protocols which have to be agreed upon as well that said what's the earliest we can possibly see baseball played in a regular season boy it's tough to say at this point because I listen I'm not leaving out the idea that a negotiated settlement can come out of this you know the the PA today said I would feel like negotiations are over which is funny because honestly they never really started in the first place it was just to survive like talking over one another so I I still think there is the possibility of a sixty something games even if all the parties recognised just how stupid and self defeating this entire thing is and get together and get to see them on the board but otherwise if it's a forty eight fifty game season you know we're we're talking players not going to spring training for another month we're talking games not starting until after the NBA is scheduled to start at sometime in August and ending toward the end of September and then the you know just a regular playoff being played because the only way to have an expanded postseason like MLB and the players were both hoping for is that an agreement between the fact that in the absence of that we're just going to go back to the same one game wildcard out five game division series LPS World Series all right Jeff humor me for a second here our group is is known both sides know that in this scenario there is money that's going to be lost it's already known on both sides so why not anywhere in the range of sixty five to seventy five games full pro rated salaries and extra playoff teams like sixteen that's been bandied about so owners pay the players a hundred percent proration they get back some money with the extra post season games why couldn't that be some level of a compromise I think that's what the players were hoping for honestly and I think the players have gotten the sense that I think it is the the right sense that owner simply are not willing to do that they're not willing to guarantee the players one hundred percent of their full pro rated salary with the possibility of the post even being canceled on account of corona virus outbreak or or something else that that really could you know could derail the postseason there there is deep fear among the owners of the possibility of that eight hundred million plus dollars that they would get it from television rights in October just vanishing and in that money being important in their eyes to go and pay players yeah they they they are saying that their local television deals during the shortened season are going to be worth about nine hundred eighty thousand dollars per game they're also saying that players are going to get paid about one point six seven million dollars for games now the number about player salaries not in dispute the number about local television absolutely is in dispute it's something that frankly the value has been at the center yes the idea that clubs are going to lose as much money as they say they are and that's part of the reason why the players have been pushing it strongly if they have for their full pro rated salary they feel like they've lost a lot of money already to the games that haven't been place sure and they want to be paid for the ones that are going to be

ArcelorMittal South Africa fined over hydrogen sulfide emissions

Newscast - Africa

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

ArcelorMittal South Africa fined over hydrogen sulfide emissions

"The Laura Mattel South Africa. On Wednesday said it will pay fine of three point. Six four million rand relate into charges of exceeding hydrogen sulfide minimum emission standards at its the coke plant into into sixteen chief executive. South African cobbles festus, the acknowledge that emissions are. Found the Jacques PA exceeded permissible to as levels for a period of time in the past and steps were taken to address the problem, but unfortunately the initiative implemented did not adequately resolve the problems,

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Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

04:10 min | Last month

Loudenotte Pinot Noir Pays dOc 2018

"Day from blindsided dot com again. and. We got another companion podcasts. We just wrote up for the cheap aligned dot com website where we have a couple. Thousand wine reviews all inexpensive wines the most part. and. This one is kind of an accidental one The Wind we did today. mainly because there's protests even though. The neighborhood isn't exactly the kind of area. You think there should be right in and stuff. All the stores are boarded up and the liquor stores are Kinda looted. At least some of them are the rest are shutdown, and when I went not to get some wine. The only place opened with trader, Joe's which is in bad if you're cheap wine fighter, dot com, we do a lot of trader, Joe's wines if you're looking for inexpensive wines. They are. There could place to go. I think we'll get one of those. podcasts a little later. But. This is a kind of an accident. I was actually going to the store for something else. I was You know we've been that. Lockdown and things are starting to open up and I noticed. The local liquor store had a sale on some Oregon, Pinot Noir. There was under twenty and I was all excited 'cause. Oregon Pinot noirs one of my very favorite things in the world and. I guess Lueders got their first so. We have the what do I have here the Latino. Pinot Noir. PAS The. Twenty, eighteen at six dollars ninety nine cents. Up from trader Joe's from the south of France. The act in Pez the is contained up which is. from the Rhone Valley down to the Spanish border than the pennies. you know the Mediterranean? It's down that way. It's I. G P. Area which. In France? Everything's well regulators AFC and inside those ASC. There's villages in crew in Grand Cru, and now there's there's. There's rules or regulations for everything. been the pass. Is means not as many rules or regulations and been deposited acas Kennel like the place where all the winds from For the regular people who drink wine in France. That's where it Kinda comes from. It's the. It's the regular line for regular people on a place and we get to drink it here for six ninety nine. And now that Kasai bad get into sample wines around the world for jeep. It's Kinda cool if it asked me and this is Pinot Noir. This area is not known for Pinot Noir. But trader Joe's revelation. Pinot noir which has been going after a couple of years, I think that's seven or eight dollars. There's been pretty good for a couple of years. I really liked that one and this for six ninety nine, a Pinot noir for night. There's very few hours. At that price point that are this good? Though personally speaking I would spend a few more bucks. Get ones that are actually you know favorites a mind. This isn't bad at all. This is well worth trying out gonNA take a SIP. Nice Smooth now field has got some Nice Black Cherian some plum and The only thing. I don't like about as much as the spice gets a little bit rough. Just a little bit. And that's me. Being kind of you know picky aspects ninety nine wine. But? like I, said I for for a few bucks more I can. Find pianolas at I really really like so being. That's me but I drink a lot of these things I. write you know the stuff. For cheap wine, fighter dot com

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"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:38 min | Last month

"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Final segment of the Cherokee with you common I assumed comments in at noon I. See him wandering around. This year is not a lot of wandering the. Halls right now. You and Chad was in his office earlier, and I went down these not there. No, he's he's not in. That was more or less. I just wanted to get in a shot who? Shot Yeah. I'm not going to try to recap. The ran today just went on last segment. It involved if you missed it. A healthy skepticism for the powerful and I do believe that that's highly relevant right now. I outlined all the many of the things that trouble me with the powerful in our country. And how individuals have got so little of the power. In crosses in my mind. Typical spots that are liberal conservative. These are things that touch on everybody's life left and right, and we should have a skepticism for the powerful. We have five of our six phone lines full of people that want to chime in. I believe you were I ken hi! Jim You can. Charge. High Ken. All Right? We'll try. Maybe his name's not can, and that's part of the problem. In Ken and his name is Tim or something like that, he's from Belva plain well. We'll try again. Well, check. You can check on cat here. Brian Hello. How are we doing today? Good, thank you. Just have to say I love your. I love your ransom so much that I gotta ask the most important question that I've ever asked my life. Are we going to see your name on the Governor's valid point twenty two. God. Jazz skeletons in the closet. God could never do it skeletons and Skeletons of you are. Thank you I appreciate that no party would have me, so there's that man you can't even you can't. If you're not in absolute lockstep with the other two parties, there's no spot for you. They have you if you're not willing to make the the moral related to financial related, the policy, related concessions necessary to fall in line with either what the far right is pushing the far left. You Got No shot Yeah your dad out. Here I hear that I just WanNa. Thank you for that for that ran today because I was. I was having conversations on based on facebook all the stuff that's been happening last week and started getting really depressed, but then I heard your rant about how. That is truly missing these days, and it has lifted me out of my whole and will likely carry me. So I do want to. Brian, seriously for that, so thanking Church I appreciate it. Thank you very much my nervousness at this time of offending people with such that almost didn't give the rat, but I'm feeling a little bit better about having done it now. We'll see if that holds up. other Brian Hello. Charges that you. Don't favorable the right one. Yes, you are the correct favorable late in Brian, hi. I'M A. Comment to you, unions have to. Represent numbers by law. Okay, if they don't represent numbers, number files agreements. Okay, you go through the contract book policies. Whatever else you have to go through number files agreements. The Union has to represent otherwise if the Union doesn't represent. The number, they can be sued for failure. Represent okay, they have to, whether whether they re was agreements or not. Are you. Are you telling me legally a union not have just a baseline code of ethics and conduct that it requires for its membership. You're telling me that union has to legally defend everybody in every situation. Anytime agreed with filed. They have to represent the member. If we go go through the steps, member does through the steps decides to proceed. With the process, okay? And if it gets too agreements, then they still have to represent. Now when I'm GonNa tell you there's sometimes what happens at grievance hearings. Is that the officers agreements many or whoever our elected officials were appointed officials. Viewing different unions have different setups. Okay, so general is is generalized about all unions is inaccurate. Sorry charge. Okay And and if go through the process, let's say they're talking to management had agreements me? Okay and the management denies agreements. then. What happens will be if the officers in general or the Union chief or a Union Business Manager Union business agent. Decides to continue on in advanced the grievance. Then it goes to arbitration. This is in most cases of all unions. Okay, not everyone church all right. The US doing their job. And the people on the floor. Or people members. Let's say let's say this cops or fire, people or whoever else? There's a lot of them. There will disagree and they know what that number did. Yeah, yeah, okay, we agree with that. But the Union still has to represent them. To. Fault. They can actually talk the the member in dropping grievous. Do that by? The unions going to get sued? Even the officers agreed with you. Hear Me Brian area this you may be. You sound like a lot more about this than I. Do you might be right then we need to change the law and it's time to change the law. We can have a baseline set of ethics that that that the police unit has to follow and that it doesn't automatically have to. Just because somebody paid their dues. We automatically get the backing of the Union. I think that's absurd Brian. If we have to change the law to do it, we will and I appreciate you educating the on this topic all right. I'M GONNA go back to Ken because I have faith. That can in it is Ken Right. We've confirmed that name is Ken I didn't check. It's can, but he's in bell play. You wanted to talk about the flat. We think it's we think it's can. Stem, it's him. We got. Is, I had the wrong name. Okay, Myers work. Sorry Tim, not a problem i. just it doesn't I understand what happened up in Minneapolis is wrong. But, what does that have to do with the flag football game? We should be standing up saluting. People for what they've done to our country and what they keep on doing for our country. And it just doesn't make sense why not? Why Not Support these? But if we got all these big guys with making millions of dollars well I don't WanNA stand. And, then we, we have to listen to them. That's a five percent of the of the nation. Is these. Players and they're gonNA THEY'RE GONNA make. Change I. Don't think so all right, thank you. This is a from a from an earlier conversation. I'm going to try to get back on point with. A healthy skepticism for power, which is what I'm trying to talk about right now and I think.

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"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:34 min | Last month

"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

"And by the way most Angela, seven minutes of your expecting the sign guys to get faster now back and happen. Yeah, this is you know that's how that's how these songs were. Yeah, this one is only three minutes and forty check. That's unusual. A thirty second preview that really is that's that's not. Not. You covered the debris situation a fair amount of detail yesterday. Yeah, we. We hit on it, we we didn't do actually. A ton of deep diving had at Ron Johnson in studio kind of mentioned it in passing but Of the concept of what I've been talking with you offaire over the last couple of days is. A two minute a two minute snippet of. Him, speaking thoughtfully, at least thoughtfully from his perspective. And what the flag and the anthem means to him. You know. All of that was completely eradicated dismissed. There were explosions in the sky in many ways because our started out the first four seconds to his answer, so I believe the the question was essentially. Hey, you know how the NFL should respond if players kneel during the national anthem this season in protest of police, brutality and racial justice, and what his responsibility is as a leader. During a time like this. And he noted. I'll never respect somebody who disrespects the flack. Yeah, drew brees, said that not Ron Johnson not. Ron Johnson no not Ron Johnson, that was drew. brees is comment. and. Well. chaos ensued, chaos ensued. He's issued at least two formal apologies. Sense then also. We've had both Tony Dungy Shannon Sharpe way in with two very different approaches to what drew, said and the appropriate response. Let's start with the Tony Dungy side and what Tony said about drew brees. All have have we and we have to have drew brees. Sam what he said I don't I. Don't downgrade drew for that. Okay? That's what he said in. May Not totally understand. It may have been on not exactly the way he wanted to express, but he can't be afraid to say that and we can't be afraid to say okay drew I don't agree with you, but let's talk about this and let's let's look. Sit Down and talk. Talk about it. We can't just say anytime. Something happens. We don't agree with it. I'm done with that and I'm done with this person, and that doesn't make sense We have to be better than that. This battle is not gonna be one by demonstrating the throwing bricks through windows I. It's not going to be one by. The government sent a willing WANNA. Bring out. These weapons dominate streets again. That is not going to take anything. For Dungy and I what I hear him saying is. People need to be able to say what they think and if they're if they are on the wrong side of something, here is our opportunity to educate them. And help them understand. which is a very Tony Dungy approach? Most of the people in this market are very aware of Tony. Who Obviously was defensive coordinator here gone onto a hall of fame caliber career won a super bowl. Then let's parallel that with what Shannon. Said tweeded. Let's get a little audio from Shannon. Responding to drew brees and what's made the black? Fight so hard as people like drew brees. Because you can't get a guy that grew up with blacks in the locker room from hyperion, peewee the high school college to the NFL to understand the black man's plight. Who will what about guys does not around blacks on a daily basis that have not been around blacks on a daily basis like drew brees. Do Repair something that I found. A foul insulting to be quite honest with you. He said my grandfathers fought in World War Two I did not know to me and one World War Two skip. They should be commended, but did he know that black man allow alongside his grandfather in World War Two, although in segregated military. They were fighting in a foreign land. Probably boy freedom that when they came home, they did not enjoy like drew reasons, Grandfather's did. There was about five and a half total minutes. It's yeah, it's a long diatribe mostly about World War Two yes I. Don't think that drew. BREES was trying to exclude the. The Efforts accomplishments of. Black servicemen in World War. Two I don't think that was part of the part of what he was trying to. But maybe more importantly is what Shannon Sharpe tweeted in conjunction with this video cell. He then tweeted the video of have him, and his his long speech, and then said drew brees should probably retire. And I believe he said at some point during that five and a half minute. Comment that segment on first take on able to fight it in a few minutes. I tried to to upload audio. But the the idea of humor tyrant, so you have. I mean just like a lot of topics two very different approaches to this and the polarity of it and the. The toughest thing here I think is the. Leaving ambiguity in the statement because we saw from his teammate, his new teammate, fresh from Philly Malcolm Jenkins. We saw it from players throughout the league. You know it's it's instantly again. The now that this is back on the front burner. And we are all reflecting on how we analyzed what Callan Colin Kaepernick did and what he meant by everything. You know any ambiguity in statement so I you you can appreciate and respect a guy who comes out, and says something that he believes and I think by all accounts the way that breeze answered the question I think we are assuming that he believes what he said and so. How do you? How do you handle that? Is He dismissing The caw? That's a question. Is he dismissing what Kapernick was trying to do for years ago? That's a question. Does he truly heart of hearts. Want to support. The idea of eliminating police brutality, and all of those things these are questions that many that heard it from an emotional perspective and very quickly came out firing. and. And now there's the component of. Not being educated on minorities that participated in fighting for this country, and then still sought, are still saw an experienced racism and discrimination upon their return, so there's so many tentacles to this from a four second portion of a two minute question. You know what I mean so once Tony Dungy who says say what you believe, and what if if you say things that we know aren't aren't correct aren't factually true. If you say things that reflect an ignorance of what's happening will educate you. This is a time for us is an opportunity for you to get better. Then there's. Shannon Sharpe. Who says you should be out of a job?.

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"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

07:04 min | Last month

"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Anyway I could if I. Really should be a DJ I'd be perfectly happy. Just listen to song. Nautilus bump in the road for the NBA coming back, no. Yeah Watch tweeting this about a half hour ago. They the. They got the owners place and they've got their agreement. They got the players there on the same page. Adam silver talking about this league coming back, there was a group they forgot to get by from. The most vulnerable on the team. Coaches. Now, are coach is seventeen years old. Right so the timberwolves to nine for problem you would be in one of the low risk. Grow Risk Grope. Ryan Saunders. Most of the League Fifty year olds sixty year olds. What about poverty? You're all right? Any gave could be his last. The NBA Coaches Association has not signed off on this plan yet. And Adam silver go had has apparently backpedaling. Say Well, maybe maybe we don't have. This thing quite figured out yet, and it does make sense. These people are at a whole different level of risk than the players are absolutely so. This, we're not. We might not be out of the woods quite yet. Now all that said. Got To believe they're going to working out the coat I know the coaches want to coach. Yeah, if masks if it's distancing they coach at a distance. Can you coach from the Locker Room? I don't know well not from the locker room, but you're probably you're not in the dressing room with the players Yukking it up, you're probably separated from that standpoint, but once you're on the court. Open air six eight feet of separation. Maybe there. You guys in your space all the time. It's the coach, right? What do you do when you huddle up to do the next play? That's a good point. I often to figure that part out there calling the announcers are going to call the game from a remote remote location is my understanding. That announced aren't even going to be in the building for this. So the announcers aren't going to be there, so the coaches even have to be there and that's what can you? Could you coach from Your Sofa if you're Gregg Popovich and you're a high risk category. How old is pop? You figure seventy seventy I'm going. Go Sixty eight. Could. He coached from his Sofa at home somehow. Is there some tech now technological way for him to do it? You Seventy one seventy aren't aren't feel pretty good about my guests, so do you put like a thirty two inch monitor with a couple speakers? I don't know it sounds ridiculous him. Yelling via zoom, any would be tail, but then there's bad internet. He's like six seconds behind plays and stuff so now you're trying to coordinate that outside of bell check. Is there a salty coach in professional sports? Ooh? Than Greg. Is Not these assault I think Zimmer's Saltier. No Way I think but Popovich has a bit of. I think Popovich is just so charismatic. Though I mean, he'll lose his mind, he'll freak out. There's no doubt about it and we've seen. I don't know if that's a generational thing. Where some younger coaches kind of handle things a little bit differently. Yeah, but. No He's salty. He's going to be on site. Put them in a mask. Put them in. A has match. Do whatever you need to do. He he's gotTA. Be there obviously some way or another? It'll happen. You know you mentioned that, though the the calling of games off of TV screens. And I'm curious. Do you think the NFL will do that? Because you know, one thing is, they've as they've pushed forward and and I'm I'm generally with you? I think they'll figure out a way to get the broadcasting crews and in such site. Yeah, but what is I mean? They might have aikman and Bach. They GONNA have P. A. and Pete. Yeah! What if what if any a? Average or here in the performance room, he's done it before, and they get the big screen up the projector. Yeah, and he's got a call games. I mean that is. That's tragic. Is it a tragedy. That's hyperbole. Hyperbole, there's there say that's. There's a chance that people are just be calling these games on TV and I. Honestly don't even think will hardly notice the difference. Mostly the play by play guy, especially following the ball just like our cameras are following ball around calling the plays. I don't think it'll be that much of a difference, but there'll be I mean there's there's an energy that you get from being in person now. The instan come back to that as well. What if there's no fans? What energy are you feeding off of weighed on Fan? Are there nuances to things that you're not seeing on screen? Or your vantage? Point perched high above the field, versus now watching the TV copy like every rube like me. Be doing that all season as I do every year is there. Is there a alacrity moment there? Maybe they'll figure it out. They'll figure it out. We'll have coaches on the sidelines I just saying that they kind of got overlooked in all of this and that the NBA's had to at least temporarily backpedal on their plans well, I think it's the thing that I think about is just how interesting it was. Where if you remember back in March, the the moment sports really shutdown and it started. Started with the NBA that started with Rudy Gobert that Jazz, thunder game, right and lead pin on everything that fell after that in somebody tests positive, and that was the first domino that was it and everything else from there was like well. We gotTA shut it down. I was excited for the home opener as a soccer fan Minnesota, united. We're GONNA open up things at home that Sunday. They did not obviously now here we are, but the positivity, and the optimism I have is the fact that now the the NBA is also bad, the the most forward thinking or the most aggressive of those that are immediately effected obviously, the NFL and an offseason has You know some some more leeway to work with, but the fact that they've also been the most aggressive in getting back into the mix now the NBA. All this focus on the we talked about kneeling during the national anthem on and off throughout this entire show, yeah, the NBA outlaw it remember the NBA was like we're not doing that as a league and nobody cared. The NFL was held to a whole different standard on this topic at the time. How does the what happens if the MBA if these players want to well I'm glad you brought that up. It was something I tried to touch on. Yesterday didn't really get a chance to I. I think that and I'll admit I mean I. don't remember how David Stearns relationship tenure. As Commissioner went how it may have differed in terms of player, relations, yeah, but Kinda trademark of the NBA and some people don't like. It is the fact that it's.

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"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

Paul Allen

08:18 min | Last month

"pa" Discussed on Paul Allen

"Utah, there's know. Music's got a very very special place for me and when? We're in tough times like this music important, even more important when they're thinking anything that can elevate my spirit and my soul. I'm I'm taking. This music for me gets me. Not Depressed, but what I'm what I'm and I don't Mind I. Love The song. This is something if I'm like sitting on the couch and I'm contemplating like important things. And I'm having some sort of existential self talk, yeah, Wiz Lisov bring tiered is tears to my. Play off the whiskeys of the bits of Bali. There's no doubt. Touchdown this last segment? I introduced this topic I want to. Chat with you about this. Normal what's seen going to be like for the NFL during the national anthem, for example one of the NFL season. It's September whatever the I. said the second Sunday in September. September thirteenth thirteenth is that are that are opening? Day might be our first game, right? What's what is the scene going to be like the NFL has. I think at this stage completely embraced. Black lives matters. I think they've completely embraced the viewpoint of Colin Kaepernick. I believe we are going to see. Everybody, kneeling stamos might be empty, so no fans, but I think you're going to see all the players kneeling like you're going to see the coaches kneeling I. Think you're GonNa see the owners and the owners box. Well I think I think that There's a lot of people know myself included something we've talked about nine to noon for a long time is is worth spot right now where we're rethinking a lot of ways that we analyze not only Colin Kaepernick but the situation, and what kind of role we play in it. And I think that especially in the NFL. And they tried so hard. Disassociate themselves from Colin Kaepernick, and you know that that message in in a while trying to serve everybody while trying to keep everybody happy I think they ended up making nobody happy from a PR standpoint several years ago and they've never. They've never been good enough at an answering. The questions related to how they handle capture, nick and so fast forward now. I think that there's going to be a lot of people that you know. Hopefully it's all genuine, but people will be making those statements and I think there will be a ton of grand gestures and a ton of effort by the League. To not only promote black lives matter, but but also to you know to make that connection point that I think that they they weren't good enough in making several years ago. And I think in many ways fought against making right. I think most NFL teams many of the players many of the owners. Felt. It was disruptive to the game and that it didn't belong in a stadium. I don't think they think that now. Well I think for me the way that I looked at it so back when this was happening. Man Tapper Nick Selfish. Like. We understand that this is an issue and you respect the issue. But, why are you doing this on this stage and so similarly now is of watch. Things unfold over the last week. It's like. Actually. That's how it should have been. It should have been an uncomfortable moment with to bring people out of their comfort zones. You kinda have to slap in the face once in a while changes. Changes changes incredibly hard. Yeah, and me as an individual that's been so stubborn and hesitant change over the course of time. You know the way that I look back on it now. It's like, Bam. Like I had some awful opinions on that like the you know what he was doing I think was was showing more of a more of a strengthen leadership, and maybe trail-blazing speaking than than what any other maybe smaller peaceful protests might do. I think that you know, and then ultimately following the two thousand sixteen season. He doesn't pick up with the. And now you know the. They haven't been good enough at answering. You know why you never got a workout with another team and all that, and frankly from the outset, it looks like he was blatantly blackballed while you can't bring in cabinet because there's GonNa be a PR circus, and it's going to be more about what he was protesting and it's GonNa. Be About Kenny play. The game should be a backup. All of those things it's. It's too much hassle for a backup. It created a kind of that kind of conversation over the last few years. But. Now I think you will see a significant one eighty by the NFL Guan. I think everybody takes any everybody, and that's I think that's what we're going to see now. What about week to? Yeah Are we have the same thing we are? We going to be your member that whichever season was the two thousand sixteen season with Kapernick? They were they were. We were watching for the first two minutes of every game three minutes of every game. We were watching the national anthem. Are we going to be doing that all season? What about week seventeen? Is it GonNa be the same thing all season long. What about week one next year now twenty twenty twenty twenty? One right you know, is it? A one week gesture. Is it something that last season I? I don't know. I'm not I'm not sure how this is going to go, but I do believe that everybody will be on one me imagine you're the one guy who doesn't take any. One White Guy on a team. Everybody's taking any except one white guy. He couldn't do it or you hope everybody's going to take a knee. You hope he's in a walking boot or something. If that's the case, still might find a way, but well. I Hope is and I think what the hope was from capper. Nick and you know black lives matter, and and those that are protesting. was that him kneeling several years ago? that it would have evolved beyond that. If that makes sense, it would have evolved just the. Let's put attention on this. Let's put this in the light, and so maybe in this particular case I think we are all agreeing that tangible change has to happen I. Mean just you know talking about what happened Buffalo yesterday and we know what's been going on here, but the The tangible change you're hoping that that is now a product to wear grand gestures from a public pedestal standpoint. Don't need to continue happening for the movement to move to move forward and in the right direction, so but if they're kneeling every game I. They will do that now. And that's that's fine. You do every game for the rest of their career Eric Reid's going to do it every game for the rest of I think he's still on the team. You'll do it. Every game for the rest of his green never stopped wasn't any most recently with Carolina. Leave. Yes, he was looking for time or something like that. I, don't recall be but. No that was Malcolm Jenkins that was Malcolm, and now he's in New Orleans and. He? Drew Holy Cow Yeah. Absolutely. Speaking of which Oh by the way one last thing, a cabinet because I it as part of this process is a lot of self reflection. What I said at the time on Colin Kaepernick was. He has every right to do it. It's peaceful doesn't bother. It doesn't affect. Anybody else doesn't involve the integrity of the game. He has every right to do it. Call also needs to. Accept whatever backlash there is from that. Yeah, and he has he's. He's a smart guy and he's got to understand. Is what I said at the time. He's gotTa understand that they're going to be teams that aren't going to want to associate with him now and he's just he's got. He's he. He can make that decision that this causes worth it to me. I'm willing to sacrifice my career to make this point. And ultimately I think that's largely what he ended up doing. Now. At the time also as he was not employed, numerous people in various NFL teams told me that he wasn't somebody. They want their team for other reasons as well. That's not a very popular thing to hear right now, but there are elements of Colin Kaepernick. That had nothing to do with the kneeling that they didn't want like. He doesn't run the call the.

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Biden Sweeps All 7 Presidential Primaries

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last month

Biden Sweeps All 7 Presidential Primaries

"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and and and several several several several others others others others held held held held primaries primaries primaries primaries including including including including several several several several that that that that delayed delayed delayed delayed their their their their April April April April contest contest contest contest because because because because of of of of the the the the corona corona corona corona virus virus virus virus outbreak outbreak outbreak outbreak Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania among among among among them them them them and and and and the the the the night's night's night's night's biggest biggest biggest biggest prize prize prize prize going going going going to to to to Joe Joe Joe Joe Biden Biden and and Donald Donald Trump Trump went went in in their their respective respective primary primary elections elections with with no no real real competition competition so so far far Joe Joe Biden Biden wins wins democratic democratic presidential presidential primaries primaries in in PA PA Maryland Maryland Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana South South Dakota Dakota Montana Montana and and New New Mexico Mexico Donald Donald Trump Trump winning winning the the Republican Republican primary primary in in Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Rhode Rhode Island Island Indiana Indiana and and Montana Montana

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Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Montana

KYW 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | Last month

Donald Trump wins Republican presidential primary in Montana

"Pennsylvania Pennsylvania and and several several others others held held primaries primaries including including several several that that delayed delayed their their April April contest contest because because of of the the corona corona virus virus outbreak outbreak Pennsylvania Pennsylvania among among them them and and the the night's night's biggest biggest prize prize going going to to Joe Joe Biden and Donald Trump went in their respective primary elections with no real competition so far Joe Biden wins democratic presidential primaries in PA Maryland Rhode Island Indiana South Dakota Montana and New Mexico Donald Trump winning the Republican primary in Pennsylvania Rhode Island Indiana and Montana

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MLB's Next Steps and Minor League Crisis

ESPN Daily

05:06 min | Last month

MLB's Next Steps and Minor League Crisis

"Is this Jeff Passan or is it jet passing? This is Jeff, Passan but Jeff Passan may actually have been right except like a week or so early. Maybe Jeff. Passan isn't. MLB INSIDER FOR ESPN jet passing. Is someone on social media pretending to be jeff who incorrectly tweeted last week that the league in players had reached an agreement. Jet Passan actually deemed me to apologize. That's actually really nice. It was. He's a he or she don't know. Let's not not all trolls don't know who who Jeff Passan's but jet said it was intended for my friends and I didn't realize ten thousand likes later. The as many people were going to see it. So, Jeff talks between the Union and the League of heated up as the clock is ticking down, there's been a lot of back and forth with you, reporting that the owners are preparing a new offer, but let's back up to last week when they before their last offer, which had huge pay cuts for the stars. The players soundly rejected it then on Sunday night. Mlb Pa submitted a counter proposal to the league. What did they ask for? In that deal was really the opposite of what the owners had proposed earlier in the week, MLB had proposed an eighty two game schedule with significant pay cuts that were on a gradient and grew larger for the players who are making more money. This was a total nonstarter for the players who have been sticking with this notion of having pro-rated salaries paid in full, so the players on Sunday came back with not just full pro rated salaries, but over one hundred fourteen games in a season that would run all the way through the end of October so that there would be a postseason in November which we have never seen before. It was. Not Quite as radical as the owners proposal was to the players, because it included things like potential deferrals and a little tiny, give back, and saying hey will have expanded playoffs through two thousand, twenty, one as well, but this was never going to be the type of proposal that the owners would consider. Let alone except. So, what are the owners counteroffer? Well, the owners having countered yet, but what they've done is they've discussed the possibility of going back into this March twenty sixth agreement that they have with the players and utilizing some of the language in there really as a Cudgel, this language essentially gives rob Manfred the commissioner, the right to make the schedule for the two thousand twenty season. Now it's after good faith discussion with the players, but it says that a schedule can be made, and it has to include economic feasibility it has include a health and safety. It has to really include all of. Of these different things that could make it viable in major league baseball's mind, the most viable way to pay players a full prorated salary that they desire is to do so over a schedule of about fifty games. Give or take a few, and that doesn't seem like a lot because it's not, but it's also the thing that is going to leverage these discussions in one of two ways Meena. It's either going to get baseball back on the field in two thousand twenty, or it's going to get baseball on a courtroom arguing over legal ease in over the enforceability of these provisions. So one hand they said all right. We'll go back to the pro rated salaries that you guys have been clamoring for that. You claimed we all agreed to back in March, but on the other hand we might end up playing significantly fewer games correct and the reason for that according to the owners. Is that every game that they play this year? They are going to lose money now. This is a contention with which the MLB Players Association vehemently disagrees, and it has been seeking out documentation to support this idea whether it's television contracts, sponsorship agreements projections internally from clubs on what their revenues would look like as well as what they would. Would have to pay out both to players to employees and two others. They're looking essentially Meena for receipts, and the League has yet to provide that sort of information, because well, that sort of information for a long time has been privileged and I think there are some teams that are afraid that if they give up too much information, it's going to give too much leverage to the players in the future to understand how the finances work exactly, and you know if you're a team. That's looking to make as much money as you can. You don't want the people who can take the most money from you knowing exactly what your hand

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What's behind latest India-China border tension?

The Economist: Editor's Picks

03:18 min | Last month

What's behind latest India-China border tension?

"Week kindreds, perhaps thousands of Chinese troops crossed China's disputed border with India in the Himalayas minor scuffles along this frontier, a common, but the latest incursion came as a state-owned Chinese paper asserted new claims to land that its nuclear arms neighbor deems Indian and as a sombre backdrop tool. This relations with the United States a worse than they have been in decades, poisoning everything from trade and investment to scientific collaboration. However much all the regional muscle flexing a- pools the world, it makes sense to the Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong. The party wants to stop a color revolution, which at thinks could bring Democrats to power there despite China's best efforts to rig the system. If eroding Hong. Kong's freedom causes economic damage. So be it party bigwigs reason. The territory is still an important place for Chinese firms to raise international capital especially since the Sino American. Feud makes it harder and riskier for them to do so in New York. But Hong Kong's GDP is equivalent to only three percent of mainland China's now down from more than eighteen percent in nineteen, ninety-seven, because the mainland's economy has grown fifteen fold since then. China's rulers assume that multinational firms and banks will keep a base in Hong Kong simply to be near the vast Chinese market. They're probably right. The simple picture that President Donald trump paints of America and China knocked in confrontation suits, channels rulers well. The party thinks that the balance of PA is shifting in China's favor. Mr Trump's insults feed Chinese nationalist anger, which the Party is delighted to exploit, just as it does any tensions between America and its allies. It portrays the democracy movement in Hong Kong as an American plot. That is absurd, but it helps explain many mainlanders as scorn for Hong Kong's protesters. The rest of the world should stand up to China's bullying. On the Sino Indian border. The two sides should talk more to avoid miscalculations as their leaders promised to in twenty eighteen. China should realize that if it tries the tactics that has used in the South China Sea Building Structures, undisputed ground and daring others to push back. It will be viewed with greater distrust by all its neighbors. In the case of Taiwan China faces a powerful deterrent, a suggestion in American law that America might come to Taiwan's aid where the islands to be attacked. There is a growing risk that a coke. Sure China may decide to put that to the test. America should make clear that doing so would be extremely dangerous. America's allies showed echo that loudly.

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16 PA counties move to the green phase, Philadelphia and surrounding counties to move to yellow June 5th

KYW 24 Hour News

01:00 min | Last month

16 PA counties move to the green phase, Philadelphia and surrounding counties to move to yellow June 5th

"The Nokia and its surrounding counties in southeastern PA will move from red to yellow next Friday the confirmation of the move comes as governor wolf is also transitioning sixteen Pennsylvania counties in the west from yellow to green the latest from KYW suburban bureau chief Jim Miller governor wolf says a some restrictions are lifted in certain activities resume is urging people to continue to follow guidelines like social distancing and wearing masks one of these precautions is wearing masks some reason I don't know why and wearing masks has become politicized even though scientific studies have shown that it actually reduces the likelihood of spreading covert nineteen while some benchmarks the state said when they announced the color coded restrictions haven't been Matt Levine says they're looking at all day at like increased testing in contact tracing capabilities and modeling and they're confident lifting restrictions as safe as long she adds as people plan ahead and are safe in just like before just like you remember your keys in your cell phone before you go out at a mask and hand sanitizer to

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Philadelphia and surrounding counties to move to yellow June 5th

KYW 24 Hour News

01:03 min | Last month

Philadelphia and surrounding counties to move to yellow June 5th

"Philadelphia surrounding counties in southeastern PA will move from red to yellow next Friday K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim Elwood reports the confirmation of the June fifth move comes as governor wolf also movie sixteen Pennsylvania counties in western PA looting Pittsburgh from yellow to green governor wolf says a some restrictions are lifted in certain activities resume is urging people to continue to follow guidelines like social distancing and wearing masks one of these precautions is wearing masks some reason I don't know why and wearing masks has become politicized even though scientific studies have shown that it actually reduces the likelihood of spreading covert nineteen while some benchmarks the state said when they announced the color coded restrictions haven't been Matt Levine says they're looking at all day at like increased testing in contact tracing capabilities and modeling and they're confident lifting restrictions as safe as long she adds as people plan ahead and are safe in just like before just like you remember your keys in your cell phone before you go out at a mask and hand sanitizer to that list at the suburban zero Gemma ward KYW

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Philadelphia - 16 Pennsylvania counties move to the green phase

KYW 24 Hour News

00:58 sec | Last month

Philadelphia - 16 Pennsylvania counties move to the green phase

"K. Y. W. suburban bureau chief Jim our reports the confirmation of the June fifth move comes as governor wolf is also moving sixteen Pennsylvania counties in western PA including Pittsburgh from yellow to green governor wolf says a summer stretches are lifted in certain activities resume is urging people to continue to follow guidelines like social distancing I'm wearing masks one of these precautions is wearing masks some reason I don't know why and wearing masks has become politicized even though scientific studies have shown that it actually reduces the likelihood of spreading covert nineteen while some benchmarks the state said when they announced the color coded restrictions haven't been Matt Levine says they're looking at all day at like increased testing in contact tracing capabilities and modeling and they're confident lifting restrictions as safe as long she adds as people plan ahead and are safe in just like before just like you remember your keys in your cell phone before you go out at a mask and hand sanitizer to that list at the suburban zero Gemma ward KYW

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U.S. Interior official used office for personal gain

Jeff Katz

00:21 sec | Last month

U.S. Interior official used office for personal gain

"Say a senior trump administration official misused his office for private gain by capitalizing on his government connections to help get his son in law hired at the environmental protection agency the interior department's office of inspector general says assistant interior secretary Douglas dominates used his position to induce a senior in a PA official to help the sun will get

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Another expanded - 3

Ubuntu Podcast

02:33 min | Last month

Another expanded - 3

"Them on. I feel like It's a bit like us. Free software another badge of honor and I think the current badge of to raise a tiling window manager. Because I'M PAL. I just feel like that is a movement within the Lennox enthusiast community. That isn't like fresh new. It's been building over the loss of eighteen months or so you know they. They regularity with which tiling wind I managed is crop up on videos on Youtube and library. He's is trending up. You know it's definitely a thing. People are into right now. Yeah says the main thing that everyone seems to focused on their other additional things over and above what a boon to provide as the base. 'cause obviously Percy's based on the Bantu they have a a repository of their own which is like a PPA which has additional packages all packages which are newer than the ones that we should have been too because we have. I think because of the process in into sometimes packages take like a week to land but because the system seventy six people have their own. Pa They can just Ninja packages straight into that PPA super fast and deliver it arguably faster than us with a whether you prefer that one. Oh yeah some people like the idea of move fast and break things and other people like Qa throwing shade pulp. I'm just having a bit of a joke but yeah it seems relatively popular. There's a lot of people talking about it and that's great next up. Ub Pause opiate. Twelve release is out so this is the next upgrade of the ports up into touch for phones and it is integrating the lost of canonical unity. Eight developments so. I'm not sure exactly how that process worked. But apparently when canonical stopped developing talk there was some things in unity which runs in to touch. Even though touch was using unique feature branches the happened being merged into master to release and I think it was depending on like technology such as you know mayor and system day and stuff like that malaise features hadn't landed yet a now. Ub of Donald of that work. They're able to now go back to those features and bring them in our so stuff

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"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:54 min | Last month

"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Central PA reckless for testing positive for color nineteen and keeping his exposure from them more from K. Y. W. Harrisburg bureau chief Tony will the Harrisburg area Republican state house member Andrew Lewis released a statement Wednesday saying he was tested for the virus on may eighteenth and the test came back positive on may twentieth Lewis says his last day in the state capital before that was may fourteenth house Democrats from Philadelphia say they were stunned by the news representative Elizabeth Fiedler says she wishes Lewis the best of health but is the failure to inform democratic members is outrageous the fact that our Republican colleagues were so disrespectful is appalling to me Mike Strawbs spokesman for the state house Republican leaders say CDC and state guidelines were followed anyone who needed to be notified due to a possible exposure was absolutely notified an instance of corn beans crop also cites federal hippa health privacy rules Peter says Republicans should have found a way to inform their democratic colleagues in Harrisburg Tony Romeo KYW newsradio charges are going up for drivers on New Jersey toll roads more on that coming up in traffic and weather by with donations buy two get two free sale window nation dot com seventy six west is closed and detoured at thirtieth street throughout the overnight hours overnight road work in Delaware County it's on ninety five south in hours down to just the left lane that gets through heading into Delaware and then on the Pennsylvania Turnpike construction on the westbound side just past downing town blocking the left lane eastbound turnpike it's left lane road work just past Bensalem in on the northeast extension the right lane is closed both north and southbound between Quakertown and Lee high valley through the overnight hours in New Jersey road work with the left lane blocked in both directions at times on route fifty five both north and south between exits twenty four and forty eight those crews will be out there through the overnight hours I'm just a job like any cable W. twenty four hour traffic center now the five day forecast sponsored by peers Phelps and your local carrier air conditioning contractor here's NBC ten first alert meteorologist Brittney Shipp overnight turning overcast with areas of low clouds and fog developing temperatures in the mid sixties to start by the afternoon we'll see a high of eighty degrees with more chances for isolated showers by Friday morning fog will give way to hazy sunshine very warm and muggy we're talking temperatures in the mid eighties hi eighty six degrees and then on Saturday a few morning showers otherwise mostly cloudy and warm humidity falls later on in the day temperatures dropped to eighty two degrees but Sunday it'll be comfortable crisp sunny high seventy three and then Monday more of the same sunny and cool hi just seventy degrees I'm N. B. C. ten first alert meteorologist Brittney Shipp with your most accurate forecast cabinet right now we have a partly cloudy sky N. sixty nine degrees in center city as we head down to a low of sixty six breaking news on KYW newsradio a favorite of college student wanted for two murders in Connecticut has been captured in Hagerstown Maryland Manfredonia has been the subject of a six day search in four states involving several police agencies and the FBI he was on the run for days and police say university of Connecticut senior Peter Manfredonia is now under arrest taken into custody at a truck stop he's accused of killing two people and as WFSB TV's marks any reports he's been evading police in four states you may recall he was spotted on train tracks near a Walmart in Pennsylvania kind of made its way from Connecticut all around and was apprehended a very short time ago in Hagerstown Maryland Matt Piper CBS news twenty three year old university of Connecticut senior allegedly killed a sixty two year old man wounded another in northeastern.

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S13E08  Black cats - burst 2

Ubuntu Podcast

03:00 min | Last month

S13E08 Black cats - burst 2

"Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday. Well right for some yes. Where are you on holiday at home in the House I well? I haven't been now allows for three and a half weeks as you are not working but I'm not working. This is Sofa break after a successful release. No doubt that's the general idea. Yes excellent well. So what have you been doing while you've been on holiday? I've been live streaming on Youtube. Live streaming what have you been? Live streaming I've been doing. Let's code live streams. And what have you been counting At the moment I'm working on a utility that you can use on a boon to serve for the RAWLS reply to turn into a desktop for the raspberry Pi. I say I'm both seen while. Doing that are just in soling. Do Desktop on the Raspy Pie. Well there isn't an event to desktop image for the Raspberry Pi bus is first class support for the Raj reply in a too so it's a small matter of somebody that knows so of what the differences between server and desktop pa to write something that can automatically turn a server into a desktop. And that's what I've been working just amps install desktop. That's what I would have cried if someone said Hey. Can you turn this severance stolen to a desktop ago? Yeah little carry on the end or Us settles some more than that will get you. Eight tenths of the way there. I mean when I did the first livestream that was basically MVP There's an additional package which boosts Bluetooth that needs to be installed on then they stuff like so the suffering which has cloudy knit. Uncloudy Wants to net plan for the network managements that means network manager is that that doing nothing so you have to poke around and disable the clouding Network Comfort. And then tell net plan. You'll you'll not responsible anymore network manager is so there's a few little tweaks like that and then there's a few things you can do with the different desktop environments to just shoot them a little bit to take advantage of the The hardware thereon. So I'm I'm well down that road now but what I've really enjoyed as Virtual pair programming where you have like thirty people spotting will guitar powers and mistakes. And what have

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"pa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:27 min | 2 months ago

"pa" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"From spotlight PA is there a specific benchmark for testing that the administration will require before it will begin re opening areas of the state again we have it and I don't know of any state in the nation and that has actually established a specific target we're learning new things each day and the capacity for testing increases each day I think we know that we're not where we need to be in terms of that capacity we're not yet at a point where we need to know exactly where we need to be in terms of testing capacity to feel comfortable I think that again this is this is an issue that that affects every single individual hello what do we need to make sure that each of the twelve point eight million Pennsylvania's is comfortable going back to work we're going to a store or going to a restaurant those are the things that that we have to decide we have not yet but we will from W. B. R. E. we're told the board of the Mohegan sun arena and Wilkes Barre township will vote on whether to approve a contract that would let mobile testing take place there well that testing site open this weekend regardless if a contract is in place or not no I think the the not a lawyer but the the the board does have to prove that I think there either they will vote today's to whether they do that from the AP do you feel as though the White House is putting the onus on increasing testing entirely on states is the federal government's role crucial in increasing testing capacity the two question second question is I think the federal government does play a very important role in increasing testing capacity I think in in terms of whether they're placing too much stress on the on the states I think they're they're actually trying to enable the state's do everything we can to increase testing within our state borders but I think they're also focused on trying to increase the ability of all Americans to to get the testing we need and build that testing capacity as quickly as possible this will be our last question comes in from P. a post president trump today today tweeted urging people to quote liberate Minnesota Virginia and Michigan all states where people have protested against restrictions this week in Pennsylvania a protest is scheduled in Harrisburg Monday for the restrictions here what impact do you think comments from the president are having on states I I don't know what impact that that has I think that's up to the people who who actually do the protests and this is democracy and and this is something we ought to do it again I think every single American I know every single Pennsylvanian is eager to get back to work we're eager to reopen I'm included in that so we are working on all of us as hard as we can to to make sure that we re open as quickly as possible again what we don't want to do is is re opened and then be hit by this virus in a in a way that that overwhelms our healthcare system right now I think we're making good progress let's continue to make this good progress in keeping people safe and then when the time is right we're going to reopen and liberate every single Pennsylvania thank you everybody for joining us today that will conclude our press conference thank you social distancing can't stop us from fighting for.

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"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And PA county government officials appealing to governor wolf to lift his ban on construction activity because of the corona virus outbreak here's K. Y. W.'s mark Abrams among those leading the campaign for county government officials is Berks county commissioner chairman Christian line Boxall letter from Johnny Dougherty IDW out of Philadelphia saying Hey we need to get our members back to work and I grieve with that very much of the construction industry and that trades people that serve that industry a really foundational to our economy Leinbach who leads the covert nineteen task force for Burke says he just sent a letter to Harrisburg eases construction workers know how to take care of themselves on a job site they have very clear guidelines relative to operating within the cove in nineteen health crisis that were in line boxes he's cautiously optimistic will forgive a fair hearing to the growing chorus of those asking him to rescind his suspension order invert township Berks county mark Abrams K. Y. W. newsradio Ford fiat Chrysler Honda and Toyota taking steps to restart north American factories that have been closed to protect workers from the coronavirus the plants would reopen in early or mid April like other businesses the automakers try to manage their way through this crisis Ford for example says it wants to reopen five north American assembly plants starting with one of Mexico April sixth then continuing with four in the U. S. on April fourteenth the move immediately met with skepticism by the United auto workers union the U. A. W. rob presents fifty six thousand four factory workers and its leaders say they remain remain concerned about restarting workplaces advance states some twenty five time for money news on K. Y. W. Joe dot animal talk on Wall Street at lightning speed just a couple weeks after the S. and P. five hundred fell into a bear market at the fastest rate ever now it's seeing its quickest three day advance of almost eighteen percent since nineteen thirty three chasing a bull market the Dow is already entered a fresh bull market of more than twenty percent from its recent lows today both averages gained more than six percent the nasdaq almost that much with the Dow up thirteen hundred fifty two points the nasdaq four hundred thirteen the S. and P. one hundred fifty five there was more talk about the nineteen thirties too in terms of the numbers of first time jobless claims filed last week three and a quarter million that was a record GM is making drastic moves to cut costs it's asking salaried workers to defer twenty percent of their pay until the last quarter of this year or first quarter of next year it'll furlough seventy five hundred salaried workers and is cutting board members pay by twenty percent with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. one John Doniger well with everyone sidelined the eagles general managers trying to keep busy we get more from K. Y. W. set back up like many other sports the NFL's not losing games the corona virus crisis however offseason workouts have been postponed indefinitely and the draft will not be a public event eagles general manager Howie Roseman says everyone around the league is in the same predicament so whatever everyone else is dealing with we are as well and vice versa Rosen says free agency was a welcome distraction this month he understands the priorities of the world as compared to the world of football and knows nothing is more important in keeping everybody safe during this time we still have something to work on it and communicate about Anna I don't I don't want to put our situation in the same way about what you know millions of people in our country on what this is for all teams are temporarily shut down I met banken KYW newsradio the city gets nowhere with the owner of Hahnemann hospital if it needs quarantine space for patients that's coming up on K. Y. W. it's seven twenty seven let's say you just bought a house bad.

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"pa" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

The Indicator from Planet Money

08:53 min | 8 months ago

"pa" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Everyone it stacey and Cardiff and this is the indicator from planet money today on the show we are shining spotlight on Lancaster. County Pennsylvania We visited the county a couple of months ago because it represents this kind of economic puzzle it is a heavily rural county with a lot of manufacturing jobs and a very low share of of college educated workers these are economic traits that have been devastating to the economies of other similar counties including a lot of other counties in Pennsylvania itself and yet Lincolnshire County is doing great. It's thriving why is that. What makes its economy? Special would have find out. We took a drive through the county with an economist who lives there and economists who happens to specialize in the very trends that have kept lancasters economy resilient this message comes from. NPR sponsor. American Express say yes to payment flexibility and card choices including ones with no annual fee. Don't do you business without it. Rates and fees apply learn more at American Express Dot com slash. No annual fee support also comes from Google fi a phone plan by google. Google fi is made with features that people actually want like unlimited data per line and the freedom to use any smartphone. You want or already have learn more at at five dot. Google dot com on a recent Tuesday morning indicator team was driving through Lancaster. County Pennsylvania With Adam Ozanich and economist. Who lives there? They're these houses are nice by the old mill. Is Dave concerns left back to that road. Can I go right here doing. Yeah okay so we took a few dragging their Cardiff and after passing through some leafy suburbs similar to the one that Adam grew up in we stopped to check out the Mennonite historical Oracle Society which has exhibits about. The county's famous amish. Mennonite past is kind of this is kind of exciting spot right here because you have like outlet shopping shopping rate here but like right there like if you just go like two hundred yards. You've got farms like it's it gets extremely rural extremely remove fast outlet. Shopping and farms is exciting at Lancaster. County has this kind of unique topography. It is a rural county. That is about a two hour Dr West of Philadelphia. It has five hundred forty thousand residents and it's probably best known for its big amish community and its sprawling farms where yes. If you're driving along. On one of the highways you will often spot amish people and horse buggies yet but here are to economic facts about Lancaster. County the start of our economic puzzle. I I it has a big base of manufacturing jobs three decades ago more than thirty percent of the jobs in the county were in manufacturing and then two decades ago those those jobs started disappearing just like in other parts of the country. The jobs rather outsource to countries overseas or replaced by machines. But even now fifteen fifteen percent of all jobs in Lancaster are still in manufacturing. And that's almost double the percentage for the United States as a whole and here's the second fact. The county has a much smaller share of college educated adults than the rest of the country does and if you look at so many other cities and towns and counties in the US with these same economic characteristics they have suffered brutally in the last few decades as the lost manufacturing jobs often were not replaced by really good new jobs in other industries and so this communities ended up getting in kind of hollowed out but Lancaster County has avoided that fate. Yeah exactly that is the puzzle. Lancaster County is doing great. The county's households make more money than people in the rest as to the US. A higher share of the adults in the county have jobs than in the rest of the US and an index published earlier this year by the research company. Gallup found that Lancaster County County ranks eighth out of one hundred and fifty six counties that it surveyed for the wellbeing of its residents and that includes things like good career paths socialize and the health of those residents and you can see the the the way that strong economy sort of translates into overall quality of living. Is there too so the average life expectancy accuracy and Mike Stern is higher as well. So how did Lancaster County pull this off. Part of the answer is that there are other industries that have helped to cushion the blow of last manufacturing jobs ops Princeton's two thirds of the land in the county is farmland so there's a lot of agriculture cattle and poultry and eggs plus. The county includes dozens of small towns and villages ages with Quirky names like Paradise Mountjoy or my personal favorite burden hand Pennsylvania and they are themselves tourist attractions with architecture. Sometimes dating back hundreds in years to when German settlers I moved to the area and then there is Lancaster city which is by far the biggest and actually the only city in Lancaster County. The city city has about sixty thousand residents so only about eleven percent of the people who live in the county live in the city but as we drove into the city from the suburbs. Adam explain saying that the city has an important economic relationship with the rest of the county one that is still kind of evolving back in the eighties and nineties. When Adam was growing up in the Lancaster suburbs outside of the city Eddie? He remembers that the city itself had a lot of crime. And it also wasn't a place you wanted to go in fact you can only remember going there for two reasons. Entire childhood one was to go to the doctor and the other titanic. Downtown movie theater which doesn't exist anymore. I mean you had to write. I'm the king. Yes you did. Yes you had to. But Lancaster city has been revitalised since then. Local business leaders and local politicians have taken steps to attract investment in new businesses says to lower crime to restore replace crumbling buildings and now it has boutique stores gourmet coffee shops and we can confirm this firsthand a fantastic the ethnic dining scene. It's important to do that. LEGWORK reporting yeah now people come downtown to shop they come down to downtown to go to eat. It's it's it's become like sort of a magnet and draw says all this buried economic activity tourism retail restaurants. Construction Agriculture is made possible by a powerful trend that exists in Lancaster. County population growth. That's the key to this puzzle. The size of Lancaster County population has been growing steadily for decades. which it's the exact opposite of what's happening in most Pennsylvania counties and also about half of the counties in the US whose populations have been falling especially rural counties to think about becoming an entrepreneur in that environment is really tough? Because you know you're going to have less customer every year when a city or county has a falling population that usually means it will have have a week less vibrant economy because it means there are just fewer customers but there also fewer workers for businesses to hire so fewer businesses get started it also means the local government collect fewer tax dollars which could be spent on infrastructure. Teachers police officers social programs pensions. This makes place less attractive so then even more people leave and it creates a downward spiral. Adams's Lancaster County has had the opposite. Spiral an upward spiral. A rising population has given the economy. A boost which which itself disincentivize is that people already lived there from leaving it and it brings in new businesses a good example. The Tech Entrepreneur Kyle somber founded the passenger coffee shop in Lancaster City. Where coincidentally we had just stopped? Adam explains so right. Now we're on the east end of the city Eddie and actually the coffee shop that we earlier they Row certain coffee in the cell the beans to other coffee shops and it was started by a local local entrepreneurs and then an entrepreneur who went to Silicon Valley founded few startups sold the startups in sort of moved back here to. Aw do great stuff with the money. He made out there and he's been starting businesses and he's not the only person who had seen knew that as well there couple of reasons that Lancaster's population has continued to climb. I have a lot of kids which is enough to outpace the number of people who pass away who die not to be crude about it. Yes so there's a high birth rate in Lancaster for sure and I think that that is partly due to sort of the mennonite roots around. Here's the people have bigger families here and second immigration Lancaster County. The end especially Lancaster city have a reputation for being welcoming to immigrants and refugees immigrants from all over the world from Vietnam in Somalia in Mexico and and immigration obviously by definition helps population grow. It is literally people who move to an area but immigrants also contribute to the Lancaster economy. Other interesting interesting subtle ways and they are a big part of the reason that Lancaster city in particular has become a unique place. In fact. That is the subject of part two of our spotlight on Lancaster. Mr County which will run next week by the way if you live in a city with an interesting economic lesson.

"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"pa" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"In pa lending his support to a gop congressional candidate in a tight race president trump back on the stump in western pennsylvania near pittsburgh ahead of a special congressional election that in a district he carried easily in 2016 he reminded the campaign rally crowd he's fulfilling promises he made then like imposing trade tara sale is back back we back the main reason the president was in moon township pennsylvania on a saturday night was to boost the congressional candidacy of republican rick in the final days of a surprisingly competitive special election political analyst larry sabato at the university of virginia the fact that even quote is amazing and tell you that at least at the grassroots level in some places across the united states trump is unpopular enough to put democrats into contention in places where they shouldn't be in contention that special congressional election on tuesday tom foty cbs news kyw news time nine forty one eastern daylight time of all the people in the world you feel like you were destined to find her and now that you have committed jared the galleria of jewellery to find the diamond destined for her it's called chosen by jared it's a diamond with a one of a kind story only jared can tell from the raw stone to the rain showare forever jared make her diamonds creation part of your love story we document its entire journey from procuring it in its roughest purest form to the finished masterpiece we sat into her engagement.

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"pa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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03:14 min | 3 years ago

"pa" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pa killer mm tonight on the mokhele show it's these ciro politics sunday conspiracy theories employee chips and ground beef fears oh my malcolm de leave the director of the make a hit comedy girls trip dropped the line and we have a double dose of nerd or rama surrounded all out uh gam by a 640 also coastal a three point five east to in iheart this is the most kelly show we talk nothing but politics yesterday as we had our broadcasts from politico on we will talk everything but politics today they need to have a rounded diet river that you're supposed to have food from all the major four major food groups or at least that's what they taught us when we were in grade school now they're telling us now though no meet at all no no no no no no no carbs at all just eat water at icecubes which is water that's it and it seems like this is just me talking it seems like as we to continue to evolve in society there are some markers were we can take a step back and pointed that incites the we should have recognised then as i was looking for things non political to talk about it seemed like the same story kept popping up over and over over and over and i don't want to talk about christian the christian or just kept popping up over and over christian or the matriarch to the car dashing clan is in the news in that's really troubling in the news why why would chris jenner b a news topic why is moldy eating off his show because of chris jenner evidently chloe kardashian who was slightly more famous than than chris her mother not much but slightly has been going back and forth in an instagram battle with her mother not an actual battle but they've been posting quote unquote sexy picks of each other on each other's instagram like unclos instagram she posted picture of christian or and unchristian irs instagram post a picture of chloe kardashian in all of a sudden chris jenner had a photo which was posted on both of their instagram showing her at sixty one years old in the bikini she looks good she's an attractive woman she's sixty one years old she's had six children she seems to be in pretty good shape seems to be it's obvious that she's had plastic surgery along.

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02:03 min | 3 years ago

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"The israeli earlier home of pennsylvania's as the wherever very obviously c as you drive six hours not to go to philadelphia is correct well you lie there have been several attempts to put out the fires in that car hall i ask for a inviting it to the local hobby store for a magic the gathering that would work be saying you're going to come the bad right after the hockey gonna see ironically getting it were ever try that i've never ever done the or d man's blamed on um i'm gonna go with saying you were to come to bed right after the because it's a trick question pennsylvania women don't have any teeth anyway so they don't mind hockey gear right it wasn't your question our last one for eli which is the following is the best epitaph for a person who died in centrality of hundreds ania is it a i should have noticed all the dead canaries littering the sidewalks fee i fell into a burning ring of down down down as were rising higher earned the victory or fire or is it see reedom start the fire no we didn't lead tried or finally is it de okay we did light at my entire town uh i'm gonna go with the tea correct its the titanic spartans is insisted that take away for this whole episode of exactly well it looks like once again nobody managed to stump are expert almost like.

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01:55 min | 3 years ago

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"It's true all right well clearly youth thoroughly peru's a wonderful would kapiti artery hey to also didn't know how many people were on a softball team i i wrote basketball but it turns out that no that's that's the more the okay so at exnazis multiple fields and so i suppose you're ready to face a trial of trivia from our panel of experts i've never been more ready that's not the same as saying yes but i'll start asaf here which of the following is not listed as a reason to visit bullet point on this a trillion pennsylvania tourist website hey spontaneous extreme exfoliating in our outdoor sauna to her be no longlines is c two out of three tears of the fires while your's proud of that would de even the fbi probably won't find it out here that's a good or or easy and this one is a hyperlink see this netflixing series for an additional thirteen res up all the i'm gonna go with the e a i don't think anyone in that town watches that cher sirawai not that is correct sir could get into tapes easel who sinn trillion gets a bad rap so they're trying a little rebranding these days which is being floated as their new town motto hey said earlier if you live here you'd be satan by now be centralia a nice place to leave see congress and trailer now the second worst touted pennsylvania.

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02:18 min | 3 years ago

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"What's loss fire yeah and then it's part of the state's fivedecade and counting plot to reclaim centralia is almost entirely wordless mining rights rights rights to mind the call it's on fire that's right go fast call by an average just like a panic screaming game of hot much like the cops are coming as mentioned what about the fire itself what is it doing that would be spreading see some it currently otherwise about four hundred acres or one point six kilometers and is believed to be spreading on all four fronts expert suggest that it could keep burning for as many as two hundred and fifty years yet still find to pennsylvania though right so no damage done tom gets it now some useful loss of twenty electoral votes over the so you i for went there today what what i see well i you'd see sign this is warning danger underground mine fire walking you're driving in this area could result serious injury or death table ground is just sudden they way way way walking could lead to serious injury prone to collapse dangerous gases are you sure you're just reading from your metallurg bracelet it can be both see so it can be going after that sign you'd see we'll probably see the tunnel alight and the life review the tom talked about on episode to byerly i want that signed for my front door that dave or just aside this is warning and dis one or the other end by reverend he's got timid now and he's my rapper name anything else i probably higher a guy named m c after life to be my dj height one else about the senate chelliah look you today well of course would also see smoke you see there are metal steam vents throughout the area trying to keep the gases for backing up enough to explode.

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

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"Started garbage fires is just a bad idea as i said you we donated jumped can miandad back home at already been on comes after the bulldoze enough of the flaming garbage way to see the giant sought coal fire leaving nine probably not going to hose there where this problem so the city council brings efforts on fighting coalfires and they said about the effort of trying to evacuate all the on fire parts right now initial estimates of the cleanup costs from engineers hundred and seventy five dollars needless to say the less money than you make bypassing going monopoly show mansell proposal that opens up with the words no no but my cousin ricky now ended up with the words or we could just do nothing and the problem just sorta works itself out in payroll spoiler what what do you think it just getting the estimate would exceed the cost of the hits because because we that much to change our toilet what kind of discount walmart bread coal fire experts are changing out toilets what's happening squatty potty the mailed havel ones setting it's just every good right hook into his toilet every morning are they breaking or what he's training for the speech it in competition that breaks the all every time you guys in new and every six months like when you get.

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