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Deal ends weeklong strike at largest US produce market

Weekend News

00:36 sec | Last month

Deal ends weeklong strike at largest US produce market

"At at Hunts Hunts point, point, a a produce produce market market has has ended. ended. After After workers overwhelmingly approved a deal that includes their largest pay increase in decades and more money for health coverage. Danny Kaye, Teamsters local Tuo to union president tells WCBS It's a generous and fair deal is the most generous economic package we've had in the 30 years that I've been around Employees at the Bronx market will receive raises totally good dollar 85 per hour over three years. Management will also make additional contributions of 40 cents per hour to employee health care. Our

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Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Houston, SE Texas

Michael Berry

00:26 sec | Last month

Severe Thunderstorm Warning for Houston, SE Texas

"Off off to to our our northwest. northwest. Moving Moving our our way. way. way. Severe Severe Severe thunderstorm thunderstorm thunderstorm Watch Watch Watch up up up until until until seven. seven. seven. Tonight. Tonight. Tonight. Storm Storm Prediction Prediction Center Center is is flagged flagged the the area area risk risk for for severe severe weather weather into into the the evening evening had had some some help help producing producing storms storms to to our our north. north. Pockets of stronger, severe weather tonight, turning cooler late 47 I'm meteorologist Scott Larrimore, the Weather Channel in Galveston. That 66 degrees in Houston. 69 degrees and dark clouds of the ktrh Top tax defenders 24 Hour Weather center. A severe

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"produce produce" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:57 min | Last month

"produce produce" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"And I have a sports analogy. You remember when you see l A was the dominant team. Everybody wanted to go to U C. L A and Victory found out that other schools are Had the program and it became about the athletes. I grew up in the South Wall while and there was not anyone at Mississippi, Alabama. But guess what? Those teams Schools Navy adjustment. And I didn't think that truck reached out There was always never Trumpers. Well, let me tell you something, Henry. I gotta I gotta get that their collars. The president did expand the base. He went up to 75 million votes. The Democrats just expanded their base more. You're not gonna hear me dump on Trump the president say the constitution with his judicial picks, the president defended the country with his military. The president opened the eyes of the world of the Chinese Communist Party. The president deregulated the economy, so we had full employment before the Wuhan virus got here. The president's list of accomplishments is long eyes last two months have not been great, but he had a very significant it crucial indeed, Republic saving four years and I will not be beating up on him on this show, Henry Thank you. Judy in Decatur, Georgia. Hi. Q. Long time listener us and when you were out in California Oh, thank you. I love Salem. I'm so grateful for all the, um Radio people that you have on the program. I like the fact that you allow the comments, But somebody called in a disgruntled voter called in right after the November election, and Salem played him. Just about every day I kept calling in and to the calm one and takes Thank God for disgruntled people. He kept saying, You know, I'm getting calls to go out and vote and forget it, and they're even plays up in the last days. And, um Dan, by, um They're Bongino is not sailing. But I love Dan. Um, Excuse me. Bohannan is on at the night and he had a replacement named Dumb. I don't remember the last name and he said, Oh, these two and used a new adjective like deplorable. But that wasn't candidates in the Republican Party. We're gonna have to drag them across the finish line you don't drag produce produce was great with constituent services, and I'm just stunned about Possible loss there, But I'm so grateful you think you'll come back and run against Rafi a warning. Apart me, Judy. Do you think David Perdue will come back and run against Rafiah Warrick? I don't think so. He took this as a job after he had retired from Donald General. Hey, just felt like you may have heard him saying, you know, we'll do You see a young Military veteran on the horizon in Georgia, because that's that's the model to run against the pastor. Absolutely, and I think that would be great..

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Philadelphia Flower Show to be held outdoors for first time

KYW 24 Hour News

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia Flower Show to be held outdoors for first time

"Years, the Philadelphia Flower show could be moved outdoors. Some prior years, people had to fight March Snow storms to see it indoors. Well now, KY Jelly is John McDavid reports it could switch to a warmer calendar month as well. Although the Pennsylvania Horticultural Horticultural Society, Society, the the organization organization that that produces produces the the Philadelphia Philadelphia Flower Flower show show has has yet yet to to make make the the announcement announcement public. public. It It notified notified PHS PHS members members on on Monday Monday that that it it will will be be moving moving the the 2021 2021 flower flower show show from inside the convention center Toe FDR Park in South Philadelphia because of the Corona virus, possibly in June or at another time. Mayor Jim Kenney tells care Whatever you news radio, he thinks it's a good idea from what he knows about the show's propose switch to the outdoors. I know about the plan to move it. There were supportive of it. I don't have all the details yet as to where everything will be situated. But it's a lovely place to have it and we will hope for good weather. The PHS tells us details concerning next year's show will be unveiled at a press conference later this week. John McDevitt cable W news radio. The army has

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Atlanta - Perdue and Loeffler's Well-Timed Stock Trades Give Georgia Democrats an Opening

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00:59 sec | 3 months ago

Atlanta - Perdue and Loeffler's Well-Timed Stock Trades Give Georgia Democrats an Opening

"Putting more scrutiny on stock transactions made earlier this year by Republican Senator David Perdue. Meal. Moffett of member Station W. Abe reports that timing of the deals has become a focus for produce. Democratic challenger Democrat John Assaraf paints his opponent as corrupt, making stock deals by David Perdue, a central part of his campaign. In interviews earlier this year for do reflected a rosy economic outlook while lawmakers received behind the scenes updates on the financial threat posed by the Corona virus pandemic. According to congressional disclosures for doing one instant sold millions of dollars in stock in the Atlanta based financial tech firm card lyrics, a company whose board he once sat on Even bought back shares in the same company in March after they lost more than half of their value. A spokesperson for Produce Produce said said the the senator senator had had been been cleared cleared of of any any wrongdoing wrongdoing by by three three independent independent investigations, investigations, including including one one by by the the Justice Justice Department. Department. For For NPR NPR News. News. I'm I'm a a meal. meal. Moffett Moffett

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COVID-19 treatment to receive emergency-use approval from FDA

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

01:18 min | 3 months ago

COVID-19 treatment to receive emergency-use approval from FDA

"The excitement about the Pfizer vaccine against Cove in 19, echoing all around the world, but the cheering Coming from a site ofthe Middletown Road in Pearl River, New York, That was a bit louder because that's the location where hundreds of scientists have been working on his vaccine around the clock, and Sean Adams is live with that story, Shawn. Rocklin County Executive Ed Day called Fizer executives to say well done. He's tipping his hat to the scientists and the researchers here in Pearl River who have have persevered persevered and and apparently apparently produced produced a a quite quite promising promising covert covert vaccine. vaccine. The The core core Frizer Frizer effort effort has has really really always always been been there, there, and and I I get get to to see see it it to to see see it it developed developed such a matter that we're dealing with the crisis over my lifetime. Andi have Frizer partnership a bio in Tech. Come up with a A A vaccine that will deals with 90% of the infections is just an amazing thing. Right now. Lifesaving research has occurred here at this property, the old lead early lab facility for over a century work on diphtheria, smallpox and polio. Visor and bio in Tech will continue to monitor trial participants for effectiveness and side effects. So far no serious problems. It's not clear yet how long immunity will last in a few weeks they could seek FDA emergency approval. The goal is to produce 1.3 billion doses next year.

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Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

02:23 min | 5 months ago

Inside a facility that could mass produce a COVID-19 vaccine

"Reported cove in 19 cases around the world has just topped 30 million. The World Health Organization says alarming rates of transmission can be seen again in Europe. CBS News correspondent Holly William's got rare access to one facility in London, where they're working to mass mass produce produce the the vaccine vaccine as as early early as as November. November. There There are are 36 36 vaccines vaccines for for covert covert 19 19 currently currently in in human human trials, trials, according according to to the the World World Health Organization, and we were given rare access to a facility here in the United Kingdom, where a vaccine could very soon go into production. This sterile production line could be mass producing a vaccine against covert 19 within weeks. Right now they're training stuff filling glass vials with water. They could start filling vials of a coded vaccine here as early as November. Maybe even before a vaccine has been approved, and that's because as soon as they get that final approval, they want to start sending it out to the public. These are unprecedented times and require unprecedented injuries and the world needs about 7.5 billion population to be covered, managing director of Walker at UK, Ravi LeMay told us his facility can produce up to 240 million doses of a new vaccine in a year. But if the vaccine they start producing here doesn't get approved for safety. They'll simply have to throw it out. Isn't a gamble isn't a gamble to start packaging up millions of doses of the vaccine before has that final approval. I won't say it again. Well, I would say this is investment in public in Oxford Vaccine, arguably the front runner in the race to stop the new virus, despite a recent pause in its trial will likely be produced here. The U. S government has given more than a billion dollars to the drug company behind it. AstraZeneca to secure at least 300 Million doses With the world's biggest vaccine manufacturer, which is based in India warned this week that production is not being wrapped up quickly enough. And it could take until 2024 to produce enough doses of vaccine to cover the entire world that CBS News correspondent Holly Williams and as of this moment, covert 19 has killed more than 198. 1000 Americans. President Trump

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Long-awaited peace talks between Afghanistan, Taliban officially begin in Qatar

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Long-awaited peace talks between Afghanistan, Taliban officially begin in Qatar

"Are holding peace negotiations in color for the first time after decades of war. They're talking terms for a permanent cease fire and establishing rights for women and minorities. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was Indo half of the start of the talks and spoke spoke at at the the opening opening ceremony. ceremony. These These Historic Historic negotiations. negotiations. Should Should produce produce a a political political arrangement arrangement that that accommodates accommodates competing competing views views and and rejects rejects the the use of violence to achieve political aims. The negotiations start in full force on Monday. Imagine a country free of the

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Police: 5-year-old shot in Southeast Washington DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 6 months ago

Police: 5-year-old shot in Southeast Washington DC

"In D. C with two Children shot within a 24 hour period one. A five year old boy shot while walking to the store with his mother Sounds pretty brazen. DC Police chief Peter Newsom says it happened during a street robbery on Congress Street in South East. One of the robbers produced produced a a handgun. handgun. And And fired fired it it multiple multiple times times by by the the gunfire gunfire was was not not the the people people being being Robert Robert instead instead of of five five year year old old boy boy who who is is nearby. nearby. A A mother mother and and a a five five year year old old son son ought ought to to be be able to walk to the grocery store without They're having to take her son to the hospital. The boy is in stable condition, Newsom says. They're looking for two or three young men involved in the robbery. The shooting comes after an eight year old girl was shot while walking by a playground in the woodland Terrace area of southeast on Thursday night. She is recovering. Police are looking for 3 to 4 adults in that case, Mike Murillo.

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"produce produce" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

05:07 min | 6 months ago

"produce produce" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"Where they're down. 30, R 31. And they end up coming on back. You have the dream on incident in Game four. You win Game five. Women carry both Go off in Game six in Game seven. You think of that game? Remember for two place? What? By James and Kyrie Irving, three. That's the most impressive championship he wanted. And like when he did go back to what happened, Miami where you thought they would have one more cent in Cleveland, the Broncos back to Cleveland, you're thinking they would have one more than just one championship. We could not have predicted, though, that Golden State would have added Kevin Durant. And they added Kevin Durant and then for LeBron, You knew the apex of LeBron. There was going to simply be just get to the finals and see if you come in a game or two. Because you don't have a shot to take down the Golden State warriors. That championship though. In Miami or in Cleveland, was most impressive one. Then he realized it was time to move on. He goes the Lakers and I thought the Lakers was a risky move. I thought it was more than just basketball and your one They were what a top four team in the last until he got hurt with the groin injury. Hey, Mrs All that time. And then LeBron. The entire year was trying to get Anthony Davis. Their trade deadline comes they can't get Anthony Davis. They eventually get him in the off season. And now look at where the Lakers are. Many thought they were gonna win the championship. Many still think they can win the championship and they were my pic before the bubble started. And it's all because of that dynamic duo of LeBron James and Anthony Davis. With that being said, though, the supporting cast in L. A is not all that strong. So the career of LeBron We know it's one of the more compelling careers in MBA history. We know it's one of the more decorated careers in MBA history. He's easily a top five player of all time. Many people tell you it's a two man conversation. Jordan, LeBron and Hold off on the phones at 855 to 1 to four CD estate 55 to 1 to 42 27. I am not taking phone calls tonight on Who's better? Is it Michael Jordan? Or is it LeBron James is not doing that. I hate getting into that conversation. I've never been a fan of that conversation of LeBron and Michael and I think people in sports talk radio. Always try to get back to that conversation, so I'm not going to do it. When we looked at the legacy of LeBron is clearly an all time. Great career. It's a career, though. That has many different chapters. If you probably had to rank the chapters The first chapters, Cleveland A second chapter is Miami and right now, the third chapter is Los Angeles, however. If he wins the championship in Los Angeles, especially if he wins it this year with the passing of Kobe Bryant and what that would mean the Lakers nation. It would not surpass The championship in Cleveland, but it would surpass the two championships in Miami. In my opinion. And all abroad has done in his entire career. Has produced produce produce, and I think his legacy has already finished even said it last year. Where I didn't love it because you want to see that killer mentality of him all the time. He's talking about how at one time in Cleveland was like chasing a ghost and supposed that was Pat Riley because Oh, are you know he was trying to prove Pat Riley wrong? Some people interpret that way. Or maybe it was the ghost of Michael Jordan. That was actually the main interpretation of it. There was secret motivation when he went to Cleveland. I think it was back to Cleveland. That was all about proven Pat Riley wrong. And then you heard him last year, talked about chasing ghosts, and that was chasing the ghost that is Michael Jordan and all the championships that he has and LeBron sitting there, or with three championships and Michael having six championships and being 16 0, an MBA finals, and last year you did not hear That same LeBron was two years ago with the Chase and goes, and last year you heard LeBron, who was kind of dejected, and it wasn't a LeBron that I was making you feel that he was still chasing something has even said it. He's done everything that he could in his career and pretty much the rest is gravy, and he's not wrong. The rest is gravy in his career. He's already in the book, says one of the all time greats. However, you can add on to that legacy, except I don't think the legacy if he never wins again, is going to take a hit. I do believe ultimately get a championship in l. A. I would not have said that when he first went there. But with what they've shown this year, I think you have a 2 to 3 year window to go get a championship. And if this is the roster, not at its best, and you're still a number one seed in the Western Conference. That roster will get better. So when I see Paul Pierce get back the Paul Pierce Point, Ri says, If they don't win this year, LeBron's not getting any younger. This is going to be a big hit on his legacy has won a championship this year. Now people will look differently at LeBron James. I get. We're in a culture and environment where we magnify the moment over and over and over again. I'm not gonna think of LeBron James and he differently if he loses in the Western Conference finals, So let's say the Los Angeles Clippers Now do you think differently of them if he loses to the Trail Blazers in the first round? Get something that's always going to be brought up. I don't look back and say Now we have to take away one of the all time great titles and tags. Fila Bron, James. 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Flash flood watch for Washington, DC and surrounds, ahead of thunderstorms and heavy rain

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:35 min | 8 months ago

Flash flood watch for Washington, DC and surrounds, ahead of thunderstorms and heavy rain

"Well Hillary right now we have a severe thunderstorm warning well back to the west into portions of West Virginia and far western Maryland this includes parts of Washington County in Maryland Jefferson and Berkeley counties in West Virginia this severe thunderstorm warning in effect until six fifteen the biggest concern here would be winds gusting up to sixty miles an hour in addition to that closer to the district tracking an impressive thunderstorm just just north north of of Albany Albany out out of of the the Laytonville Laytonville every every other other Damascus Damascus lot lot of of lightning lightning and and thunder thunder this this is is is moving moving moving moving toward toward toward toward the the the the Sykesville Sykesville Sykesville Sykesville area area area area also also also also advancing advancing advancing advancing toward toward toward toward the the the the east east east east end end end end this this this this one one one one I I I I mean mean mean mean not not not not serious serious serious serious it's it's it's it's not not not not a a a a severe severe severe severe warning warning warning warning I I I I should should should should say say say say but but but but it it it it is is is is producing producing producing a a a lot lot lot of of of heavy heavy heavy rainfall rainfall rainfall out out out there there there so so so you you you do do do want want want to to to be be be prepared prepared prepared for for for some some some reduced reduced reduced visibility visibility is is there there into into portions portions of of Montgomery Montgomery and and Howard Howard counties counties and and then then another another impressive impressive little little store store about about around the bill we ARE just dumping a lot of rainfall and some storms at the top of the beltway right now to approaching the Beltsville area so tracking scattered showers and thunderstorms out there throughout the evening hours heavy rain the biggest concern tonight with the flash flood watch in effect for areas well north and west of metro area including Frederick County inverter in Maryland and Virginia until ten PM tonight as we approach ten eleven PM thunderstorms will start to wind down as a cold front moves through the area we cool into the mid sixties to low seventies tonight low to mid eighties on a really

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U.S. plans massive coronavirus vaccine testing effort to meet year-end deadline

Science Vs

11:15 min | 9 months ago

U.S. plans massive coronavirus vaccine testing effort to meet year-end deadline

"Tastes have been on the hunt for something that could shut this virus down and give us our lives back. A vaccine. A few months ago, there was a lot of excitement. As the very first clinical trials for the coronavirus began, it was in time. The search for coronavirus vaccine has become one of the fastest moving in history. That scenes usually take years not months to produce. This is happening warp speed. Never before hundreds of scientists are over the world and focused on the same thing at the same time creating a vaccine for covid nineteen. And more and more vaccine candidates are entering the fray. Were at the point, where around a dozen clinical trials are on the go. Hundreds of people volunteered for jab in the arm to test old kinds of different vaccines. As part of this scientists are taking some be gambles. The vaccine were looking at is incredibly modern type vaccine. It's not the traditional way building a vaccine, so we're going as fast as humanly possible. Many of them are not traditionally vaccine companies. They are using novel ideas from oncology things. They've learned treating cancer. It's never been used in a vaccine before. And if one of these gambles payoff, it could be huge, we could get a vaccine soon. The US government says that the goal is to get a vaccine to Americans by January twenty twenty one. They're calling this nation warp speed. And if it could be done, this would be unprecedented. So could we really be celebrating twenty one with Champagne and shot in the arm to fight the coronavirus? And? What would it take to make that happen? That's Today on the show. Because when it comes to getting a vaccine, it feels like this is happening at warp speed, but then there's. Science. Scientist is when on Earth Are we getting? This vaccine is coming up to stop to the break. This episode of science versus is sponsored by Phillips Sonacare the electric toothbrush that combines decades of science and engineering to master the art of brushing with sixty two thousand brushstrokes minute you've got a month's worth of brushing in just two minutes for better checkups, guaranteed or your money back visit Phillips. Dot Com slash sonacare. This episode of science versus is brought to you by AFLAC. That lovable duct does more than just say. AFLAC access a safety net when the unexpected happens by helping with the expenses. That health insurance doesn't cover. Get to know them at half dot com. Welcome back. So back in January. We had from people like Anthony Fauci that we could get a vaccine in twelve to eighteen months. That could mean early next year. And in the land of vaccines, these would be record breaking. It often takes something like ten years for a vaccine to from the lab to the doctor's office. So can we really do it? Get Out of this pandemic by January, before Santa even catches these brands. Well to get them labs. All around the world s around experimenting with different kinds of vaccines. But they all have the same goal to train our immune system to recognize and killed this coronavirus. And to do that, many vaccine developers have homed in on one thing. Progress. And northwestern told us all about it. If you think about the picture that you've seen corona virus like everywhere, and it looks like a ball with little points coming out. Those points the spike. Spike protein you know it, I, know it. It's the most famous spikes in Spike Lee and the most famous protein since. College Eddie right. This spike is so important because it's a major thing that tells our body weight this virus. It doesn't belong here. That actually is what argue system fees most readily. It sees the spike. After our meeting system sees the spike. It lends to recognize quickly. Respond to it by creating things like antibodies to fight it, and then some of those antibodies hang around so that if the virus shows up, then the virus will just be cleared away by our immune system. So that the next time we see that disease, we don't get sick in the first place, so if you making Exane, how do you get your immune system to quickly recognized this spike? Well, one way is that scientists can take rhinovirus and then make less dangerous. Say They Kill the virus most comedy vaccines are made by growing up the virus. And inactivating that virus sometimes with the chemical, sometimes the heat, and then that is then injected. An otherwise scientists can do this version of the virus. That's too weak to make you sick. And this is how we make a lot of vaccines familiar with things like the measles and chickenpox and flu vaccines. It's tried and tested. We know it can work and some companies are going this way to try to make Alka, rhinovirus vaccine. But other groups at. This meat and potatoes vaccine method they using new attack more experimental ways of building vaccine. And these experimental methods getting a ton of attention and funding right now, because governments and big. Pharma hoping they'll deliver the goods pasta. So for they use instead of giving you a whole coronavirus, these vaccines, basically using genetic material from the coronavirus, and then they're plopping that into your body. And scientists have chosen a very particular piece of genetic material spike. It's the recipe for the spike, protein. And this can come in a couple of forms. One is called. Our body will see that as a normal M Arnie and just translate into a pro team. Wow, so this. If this vaccine works, it would encourage your body to make little corona virus proteins. Yes that's that's the idea. Wow, that seems so futuristic. As as is, that's really cool right, so you're getting the body degenerate that protein for you yet, so these spike proteins that your body has made will then be floating around and the idea. Is that your immune system? We'll see it. Make antibodies send Ta. You'll have immunity. And many of the vaccines in this race, delivering this genetic material to us in different ways, so some shopping Marin into a ball of fat, so that your cells will slip up while other groups trying to smuggle in that code using get this a totally different virus one. That weren't hurt you. Is it fantasy that they've taken a different virus? And then they're like like Halloween the dressing at all like the corona virus, yes. Say. So this all sounds a little bunk is mad. The question is will it really work that is. Will these vaccines protectiveness if we get exposed to the coronavirus? Because if they don't. Like on a useless. My boss is to stay if it's just dishwater that you're not gonNA get anywhere. This is Katie Stevenson. She's a doctor working on vaccine development at Harvard and she says that one of the key ways will know if a vaccine is working is if it makes you produce antibodies. And she's looking for not just any antibodies. But neutralizing antibodies, what what is a neutralizing antibodies? So a neutralizing antibody is an antibody that binds to virus and neutralizes it. This is the dream right? Yeah, exactly right inches binds to the virus and prevent it from entering a cell. So the body sees that and just thrown in the garbage to this is what Katie is going to be looking for. In the results of all these clinical trials, and if she doesn't see these neutralizing antibodies, shelby thinking well, that was kind of done. And Katie says I dealing see a lot of these. So! What's a lot? Well you measure milk leases. Okay so I've measure milk. And you can measure antibodies titus. So one study, which looked at people who had been infected with this virus, and then recovered found the antibody. Titus tended to be at least one hundred. And when Katie's colleague vaccinated monkeys with an experimental vaccine, they found that having similar antibody Tom of one hundred protected them from getting infected. So while we're still learning a lot, he all I have been kind of looking for one one hundred. Okay, that's it's nice, poetic, great one hundred yeah! We have a handful of results that companies have released from different clinical trials, but just one paper that's published in a peer review gentle. It was from a Chinese local company who injected more than one hundred people with one of those new fandango vaccines and it was back in March. They tested three different doses. And Katie says they didn't get. This antibody tighter. Like at the highest dose averaged around Bootie for you know I was a little bit disappointed, so a little bit reserved I'm happy that it elicited an immune response because that's not a given. Sometimes, it's just zero zero zero but I would've liked to see something closer to like one hundred another company. Medina injected forty five people back in March with the vaccine, and they said that eight people had good levels of neutralizing antibodies. But they didn't tell us about the opposite in the trial. When we asked dinner about this, we didn't hear back to Katie is holding out for more info. Yeah, I just wanted to see the rest because it is immune. A- promising I'd put promising right on there. But I do not know which one of these is GonNa work if any, and that that is the actual fact truth so I try not to stray from that, and there are other FAC truths to nail down him. Even if these vaccines do make you produce produces, antibodies will still have to make absolutely short that you'll protected from the corona virus. If you do get exposed, and then if you protected, we'll have to work out how long four so you might need. More than one shot of the vaccine say a booster shot in a or so.

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4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

The $100 MBA Show

06:07 min | 9 months ago

4 Simple Tips To Improve Your New Hire On-Boarding

"Whether! You have a team of one which is just you and you're making your first hire war? You're hiring your fiftieth employee. Having a system in place allows you to scale the hiring process so that when somebody joins your team, there are part of your team in the ramped up. The understand exactly what they have to do had to do it. WHO TO ASK FOR HELP WITH ZERO CONFUSION? This is going to allow you to get the most out of your hires to save you money to keep turnover down and of course produce. Produce better results for your business, so let's get started with tip number one and this one is pretty fun and simple, and it's just called a welcome pack. You want to set up your new hire for success. You want to make sure you give them something to give them a good impression, a big part of a new Harpoon will is that few welcome. They feel motivated, and it just kind of reconfirms their decision to say yes to working for Your Business and a welcome back is very simple, one of the things that. That we did in our welcome back is put together a welcome video, which is a montage of welcomes from our team members, and this is simple. You can easily do this. You just ask your current team members. Even if there's just you to shoot a quick ten second welcome as literally just saying Hey, I'm so and so I do this in the company. Welcome to the teams. Great to have you and we've put together a montage so that when a new hire gets hired, we can send him an email with a welcome. Welcome video from the whole team and it makes them feel like. Wow, this is awesome. Get to me all these people soon and I'm going to be part of this awesome team. The second thing you could do is send them some Swag Cinema Company t-shirt accompany Mug something physical in the mail, which is really really fun. One another tip that I learned from Wistaria, which is a really great idea is to send them. A Gift Card can be fifty dollars one hundred dollars. Whatever it is, you can send them a gift card. To have dinner on you to celebrate their new job with their family, this is so memorable for a new hire that they will feel so lucky to be part of Your Business, so a welcome pack is a great way to get them started on the right foot. They're like hey. Awesome I got the swagger. Got This cool gift I got this welcome video. This place is great tip number two a company ham book now. A lot of people do not write accompany handbook because they really feel like. Hey, this is a lot of work. Work it's GonNa take me forever to put it together. And that holds them back from actually having a handbook while a couple of years ago I got to know the founder of Git lab at a conference Dmitri was speaking on stage. Any shared a with the crowd. Hey, we have something called a team Hamburg. One of the first things he said is that they'll call a company him. Call a-team handbook, because this can be edited and revised by the team. It's a working document. Don't see it as something that's set in stone. And I love this idea because this allows you just to get started and to have something in place sooner than later. Even if you're handbooks only four five pages long, that's okay it can grow. It can be edited. You can add to it later on, and our handbook is literally a handbook written in Google docs and people with a woman or engine email will have access to that dock and they can edit it. They can add comments. And then we can improve that as a team, but putting together a team ham book is Super Helpful for new heart is when they first joined. They WanNa know about some simple things like how was a company founded You know who does. What like an organizational char? How do I request leave? What about If I need to call in sick? Who Do I speak to WHO's my own media supervisor? Whence payday who to speak to you if there's. There's an issue with my pay things like that. This is more like hr, and like a guidebook of how to really do well. We also have things in our handbook talking about our company culture about what's acceptable. What's not acceptable in our team? As well as some advice on how to succeed especially in our team, because we run a remote company and everybody's working from home and we get some advice when it comes to that as well so putting. Putting together, a handbook is a great investment again. Just get started with. It caught a team handbook. Make it clear to everybody. This is a collaborative effort. And when new hires join, they have something to read before they start their first day, so we send the handbook when they probably give notice to their other job, and they have a chance to review before their first day of work speaking of first day that leads me to tip number three. Three one of the best things that we've done is that when somebody joins us, we give them a full week of training, and this is outlined to them on outline the first week, so they understand that this is what they're gonNa do every single day. It's very comforting for a new hire to have a plan to see what's going to happen the first few days as they get to know people there timid, they're shy. They're worried about doing well. So by giving them a day to day plan for the first week allows them to focus on getting to know their colleagues do a good job and just feel comfortable in this new company we literally just create Trello Board for each department for new hires and in that trial board They have tasks to do every single day for the first week. Week it could be an orientation. Meeting could be some training. They have to do to learn about the product or service. If there know an engineer had set up their local environment so they can be able to start developing the point of this first week. Orientation is just to give them a clear cut plan. Okay, because later on, they're going to be. Be Autonomous they're going to be working on projects. You know we have very Thomas teams because we are a remote team in this is the way we work. Everybody has ownership over what they have to do. But that first week needs to be as prescriptive as possible just so they feel. They have some structure once they pass their first week. They're kind of like. Like comfortable now, and they can take on projects and manage their own time. and you kind of got out of the way the understand the company the values what they have to do, which means if the show up for setting up their counter setting up, you know their environment all that kind of stuff

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New Jersey Company Recalling Around 40,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Due To E. Coli Concerns

KYW 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 9 months ago

New Jersey Company Recalling Around 40,000 Pounds Of Ground Beef Due To E. Coli Concerns

"Than forty thousand pounds of ground beef have been recalled due to E. coli concerns a New Jersey company is recalling nearly forty three thousand pounds of raw ground beef because they they think think it it might might have have been been contaminated contaminated now now the the raw raw ground ground beef beef products products are are produced produced by by lakeside lakeside refrigerated refrigerated services services at at the the company company based based in in Swedes Swedes borough borough and and they they were were shipped shipped to to retail retail locations locations nationwide nationwide the the food food safety safety and and inspection service says the problems found during routine testing and that no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products has been reported the agency doesn't curse consumers to check both the refrigerator and freezers for the recall products

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Moderna Says Initial COVID-19 Vaccine Results Are Positive

Sean Hannity

00:13 sec | 10 months ago

Moderna Says Initial COVID-19 Vaccine Results Are Positive

"The company leading the race now to develop a corona virus vaccine announced positive early findings today with participants produced producing antibodies to ward off

"produce produce" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

09:56 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Of the big thirty lines that I think made a lot of postal workers and probably still do definitely did in the eighties and nineties feel helpless powerless and pushed to the brink was that they were They were subservient to their supervisors. Who who's direct orders? They had to follow so imagine. Imagine if imagine for series step to imagine if we said we're going to do an episode ongoing post saw so Injury said I-. I order you not to do that. I don't want you guys talking about that. You can't do it well and you gotta add. You're not doing podcasts week. Now you're GONNA do eight okay and and in not listening to Jerry. We could just lose our jobs just for that. She could be like well. That's it you didn't listen. You're fired that it was the culture that was the structure and I think still is at the post office. You had to follow a direct order from your supervisor just like in the military you had a choice you either listened or you lost your job right. That was a big one okay. So that's kind of like this mindset of how you are coming into work every day and you're getting this every day multiple times today from this person. How do you not start to kind of hate this person who keeps pushing you and pushing you? Yeah and they were understaffed and overworked. That was working like sometimes up to eighty hours a week. Winning Nixon charged them with being profitable. Yeah that's a big turn happened. That's where neoliberalism comes right. Is this idea that so Nixon assign the postal reorganization act of nineteen seventy one and said by nineteen eighty-three the postal services to turn a profit is no longer going to be Receiving taxpayer funding in needs to make its own money. And we're going to open up. Competition from private industry was Fedex. UPS came from. That's right so so you went from being a pretty cushy government job where you know your pension and you know you were taking care of you had a union all this stuff to all of a sudden you're like pitted in competition with private industry and now like you can be fired at the drop of a hat. Yeah and you have no protections any longer happened overnight and a lot of people point to this as the postal service being among the first industry in the United States. Eight to Konami. That was neil liberalized at that. We're competition deregulation. All this stuff happened as a model at the postal service first and and then asserted to spread into the rest of industry the rest of the economy. Yeah tour now. It's just commonplace. It's just capitalism. You don't even call it nearly liberalism anymore and it's it's just normal the US it's just doggy dogg workplace where you know if your employer tosses you a few cents for you know your 401k. You're super grateful right right. That is not what it was like before. The Postal Service was the first group to kind of undergo this transformation and so some people say well. They're the first ones who had workplace shootings. Maybe follow it. The workplace shooting started to get more and more prevalent as more and more of the economy was liberalized So much so that in the eighties workplace shootings shootings tripled by the by the end of the decade. Yeah and they say well it was because of this neoliberal Revolution that came in and just up ended that safety net. Yeah to where if you didn't produce produce produce you can be tossed out on the street and nobody be held accountable for that right. Some people interesting. I think some people don't handle that very well. Yeah they can snap and come in and shoot up their workplace. And that's why some people Explain the going postal ass right and you combine that with Incidents of mental illness right and the gun culture in this country. And this is where we are Another thing that was going on at the post office was or the postal service was that there was not much of a There was no way to. If you had an issue to really fix it On their grievance process was just ridiculous as of April two thousand and this is when the California report was released You'd have to go or you could file a grievance and go to an art and they would provide arbitration but as of April two thousand. There were one hundred twenty six thousand grievances awaiting arbitration which was one grievance for every seven workers one out of seven headed filed an official agreements. I'm happy and I'm complaining to my spouse is at home. Yeah there's an official will file a grievance and from what I understand to file an official grievance was a big deal because the Your managers could retaliate against and stew with impunity right and like harass you out of your job. Basically yeah well. It's what we see now in for Trevor Before this with filing liling agreements on Like sexual harassment It's like you're you're probably on the way out the door if that happens yeah I mean things are changing a little bit now. Oh yeah big time. Yeah Yeah so since two thousand six This is really dropped off I think only four incidents since two thousand thirteen and and two of those are. I'm sorry three of the four. Were at Like a Fedex. UPS Yeah. But I guess going. Fedex isn't really catchy. Catchy going postal. Going postal is yeah. And now you can go postal at your local going postal franchise where you can pick up your mail. It's amazing and relative security so bizarre. It is weird world in country. It's what's weird to me is like you. You want this to be corrupt up somehow and it's not it's just kind of ongoing. It's just turned into something else. Yeah Spread Weird Well if you WANNA know more about going postal you can look that up on the Internet. Soon you come up with And we are aware of the game. Postal Oh if we mentioned it or not. We didn't okay so game. Yeah how do you get away with making a game like that. I think they they really enjoyed the shock value. You think you've got the second one got banned in New Zealand and Australia. I read interesting. Okay I think long ago it's time for listening I'm going to call this a safe cracking. We got a lot of good REMARKS ABOUT SAFE cracking including one guy that said we did the best job of explaining how walks work. And that's really yeah. Did you same episode. We talked about that was high praise it was like. Hey you guys just listened to the safe cracking. Great Work I am co host of Heist podcast about the famous heist from history plug. Thought you did. A solid informative appear on safe cracking a couple of things. Here Chuck was actually correct. Some safe crackers do use a seedling torches for example the mysterious expert Australian safecracker tracker known as Mister X. No wouldn't that from arrested volcanoes Mr F. Oh was it missed. I watched a few of those does the other night to such a great show. Yeah at US Mr X.. Using a seedling. Torch to cut a to enroll into the safe of Kerry packer it at the time the richest man in Australia to steal five and a half million dollars in gold safe To Fun facts about the history of safe cracking. The little joker ker was a tool used in the early nineteen hundreds the ten wheel. You could place behind the combination. Dial of a safe and when the bank manager would enter the combination to to develop each day it would record the combination the a little notches on the ten required or Robert to break into the bank twice though wants to planet and wants to retrieve it But the upside is you could pull out the little joker into the combination and walk right into the vault but you w exposure yeah. It sounds like a pretty good way to do it. By the way that safe I came in. Emily was like we really need a different kind of safe. Really take really. She's like. Yeah so now we got this stupid heavy box right that. I'm not quite sure what to do with them. Maybe I'll try and sell on craigslist or sure. Do you remember the Combo I haven't said key mainly two year. Olds you can sell it on Craig's they have some weirdoes. Come over to your house by say maybe notarize something other they make a podcast begging for it And then another fun fun fact Baron Max. Shin Burn was a bank robber and machinist who took a job at the Lilly Safe Company at the time the biggest safe company in the US during the late eighteen hundreds hundreds. He worked there for a year. Not only did he learn everything about how the safes work. He also snuck little jokers into safes before they were shipped out and then When he quit it he and his crew traveled to the S. and broke into all these safes? He had put the back doors into they broke. into so many liberty safes the some say maximus crew were single handedly responsible responsible for putting lily safe company out of business. Wow He said all of us at the highest podcast are massive fans that is from Co Host Matt Unsworth. Unsworth Matt. Thank you so much that I think you gave us so much information. There's no need for anybody to go. Listen to the highest. No yeah it sounds like a pretty great get heist movie. So maybe I'll like a good like a good heist movie. You're going to love a good high podcast and I think so Thank you for writing in for that. That was pretty great let's see If you WANNA get in touch with us to let us know about your awesome podcast we want to hear about it. You can go onto stuff. You should know dot com. Follow our social links there. I believe I believe they're still there and you can send us an email to stuff. PODCAST iheartradio.

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"produce produce" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"All right. My bad remember when this was having having once a week or every every couple of days and they just start. Well you guys are washing your produce. Hope you ought to. You know the reason that hellofresh in home chef is like like washer produce. Before we started this meal we watched it but what's necessarily game. Get the booty juice off. It is whatever other US on. A man was arrested at reportedly produce produce on his mouth before placing back shove. Aside at Grocery Store Manassas city police officers say they responded to giant food store Saturday Saturday afternoon at the receiving or Puerto Destruction property. They destroyed their property. I'm not unit right so now we can't sell the Shit Intra Daly one-time star this point video. This woman went into a grocery store and she liked guy like a cucumber or something and then she found herself going to the bathroom and then she used a cucumber like a Dildo and then I was like okay but did you put it back or by pretty and if you bought it can you now sell it for way more than he bought it for. Think about it right. I mean who knows maybe somebody you know some of the world they have been the machines pennies in them. Sorry a the first pussy cucumber market might be a great resale value sanitary for your vagina. Either 'cause AH I watched it. I don't fail down a rabbit hole of cucumber porn. And there's a whole dour wig. That's all they do. I don't know if you can get Listeria for Jonah. What everybody I'm just saying? She is something to consider Anyway when they arrive at the store loss prevention employees reported to them suspect. Pizza Produce Poor downstairs road produce produce on his buttocks and then put it back on the store Shell. The grocery store added destroy. Several palates produce as a result of the incident right. They ended up arresting twenty seven year. Old Michael Dwayne Johnson at store. Dwayne the Rock Johnson at the store he was charged with destruction produce and I an indecent exposure. Yeah 'cause now yeah we destroyed this produce. So we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA find you because we had to destroy it Damn I just looked. He's he's black wasn't guest the race but yeah black. You're right the Michael Duane I asked yet no oh man I guess a win for cucumber and found himself in quite the pickle.

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Holiday Sales Rise Thanks To Record Online Orders — Now Come The Returns

CNBC's Fast Money

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Holiday Sales Rise Thanks To Record Online Orders — Now Come The Returns

"We spoke a lot about Amazon's big earlier keeping busy not just with those getting out deliveries agrees before Christmas but processing returns over the next couple of days and it is not the only retailer no doubt seeing customers bringing back the gifts. They don't like they don't need or don't the one so with that. Holly spirited of the spirit got thinking spirit of holiday returns. What stocks do you wish rush? You could send back Timour kicking off. I think it has to be L. Brandt's So they of bath and body works and of course Victoria secret and you've got two different fortunes there but really getting weighed down by. Victoria's secret I don't think anything is going to change your by the way whenever we used to talk about L. Branch we would get to it as footage of of people you know models anyway anyway. So we'll stop that but the bottom line this stock is we went into the decade was eighteen dollars doctrine. It Up to ninety five it will leave the exact same press at the end of this decade bed. Bath and bath and body. bodyworks is growing seventy eight percent. Victoria's secret is contracting four. To five percent I I think this is a stock that despite activism and some dynamics that could change the boardroom. is is left with a brand that is no is no mall to hang out in which is really ready when you pick up. Tim's return anybody a buyer bilby. There we go. I think it says it all your returned to sender return to sender as Apache we talked about mean reversion but this is definitely one about avoiding a falling knife. Sometimes sometimes things are cheap for a reason you look at you look at Energy Energies at Nineteen Times trailing you look at Apache Their fifteen times and the reason is that they are or just having tremendous troubles with a really key drilling that they're doing down in Suriname and not making. They're not making any real effort. They're not they're making a lot of effort. They're not making any headway there and they're having troubles elsewhere which is to say that they are having real production troubles. How are you gonNA make money? If you can't produce produces sixty dollars stock five. This is genius. This is not. It's not a cycle energy. Call you say this is a broken company broken company. Okay now Victoria do I understand is the Houston resident on this panel. You are sending an oil and gas dock also back. I am at least part of it right. I'm not thinking you have to completely sal. Exxon Mobil that's our peck but it may be trimmed. The position a little bit. Not because we don't like it is a holding for the long-term but really because we think that it's a better use of some of the funds. We have received from out over the past year. You look at that chart year to date on pricing. I mean from the end of the first quarter. It's just spend downhill all the way we think there were better uses of funds than keeping an Exxon AAA credit rating. It doesn't have a lot of debt relative to its cash flow. It's got five percent dividend yield. Well that's why long-term mm-hmm I think it's holding but trim some of that position while it was doing the steady decline down use those proceeds higher quality name in your portfolio. That was doing better this year. Okay Okay and a final returned to sender from Dan Nathan. I Would Victoria says really important is better uses of funds right now. We don't all have finite amounts of capital like you. Their guy I mean I need but what I'm saying is so. Let's go back to Apple. We have an infant. Yes apple and just to put you know I've been wrong in this thing for the last. Let's say ten percent over the last month or so. The thing is gone parabolic. I think the last time it did that was in summer into the fall of two thousand and eighteen and had a twenty plus percent return almost in like a straight line over two months over the next few months it dropped forty percent drop. This stock has had multiple thirty plus percent peak to drop decline in the last five years. So the only point I'm making it. I'm not trying and get you out of APP on your broker. I'm not your head familiar for you. I'm just telling you that this stock is the biggest. One of the world has a tendency to lose a third to forty percent of its value. Every couple of years and it usually happens after you have a parabolic move like

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Henry Ford's Rubber Utopia

Past Gas

07:38 min | 1 year ago

Henry Ford's Rubber Utopia

"It all started in in nineteen twenty five. Henry Ford was having lunch and his Dearborn Michigan Mansion with his good friend business partner entire magnate Harvey firestone Harvey. RV and Ford had been friends and partners since Ford started building cars decades earlier. So yeah just remember like he invented the model t which I like cheap car and basically he brought the car to the mass. Exactly Mr Firestone had begun ranting this time primarily focused on the impending rubber cartel that had been proposing England by one Winston Churchill. I am not a crooked. You know that payments de Yeah with a cigar and he's like on this day I I am not a crook and it will live in infamy. Yep that's him. The purpose of also the was Churchill. The king no the purpose of the rubber cartel was to limit the export of rubber in order to not overextend national resources. In case there was another World World War One thousand nine hundred eighty five probably a good idea but harvey firestone didn't like that idea. He believed that rubber prices were going to spike in the US as a result and therefore negatively affect firestone tires. Not some things never change Harvey firestone was not alone in this fear even even presidential candidate. FDR feared the effects of a rubber tariff. Remember was viewed. As the automotive industry's chokepoint seen as even more crucial than oil it's crazy. The the automotive industry relied on vulcanized rubber for literally everything from tires to hoses gaskets. A price increase of any kind could sink the young business so there there was a legitimate fear of turtles. Pain passing seems somewhat reasonable. Also it's it's it's kind of like okay here newsflash guys. If you're listening to this this might lose some you know in. I believe in climate change. And it's SORTA like yeah making some changes like you know not dumping tons of poisons into rivers and stuff might be more expensive for some people but in the at the end of the day. It's good not to have poisoned rivers and it's also probably good to have like rubber to defeat the Nazis. Yeah Germany was totally destroyed and they were afraid of something all of Europe. Yeah they're afraid of something like that happening again because those wounds had not been healed all and Churchill was just saying like hey fellers hello. Hello how does he talk. Talk like this is how are we talk again elegant. Listen listen fellows. That women's of all are still fresh insulting. I say that maybe we just save some of US supplies in case of fruit bikes out to again rubber. Blow Hurrah. Yes that's always saying always saying. Hey guys the whole world was just at war four. I think it might happen again. Maybe we should just like chill and be ready and these guys are like a money so harvey firestone was fed up with living in constant fear of their so he decided the best course of action would be to grow his own rubber smart. This wasn't the first time he had some some crazy idea. In fact Harvey tried to declare economic independence from the UK and fly rubber under the American flag. A few years earlier but that was truly the ramblings of a madman who doesn't seem to understand that you can't just not claim another country's resources by saying this cheaper so I'm just going to say it's it's American now although now that I think back on it that's kind of how we did a lot of stuff so yeah but harvey actually had a plan. He decided that he was going to start his own plantation in Liberia where the conditions were almost perfect for growing rubber trees by keeping the production in house he could avoid all the access fees associated with importation from other countries. Henry Ford had also tried growing his own rubber a year earlier. In one thousand nine hundred eighty four he had purchased this large quantities of land in the Florida everglades only to eventually do nothing with them. It was cheaper for four to import. The rubber. The idea of dramatic price is increase was still only speculation. But Still Harvey's plans had peaked and reports interests and after the lunch meeting was over. He requested that it's personal aide aide Leopold would find out where the best place to grow rubber Leopold come over here boy. Where's the best place to go? Rob A AH go find out how Liberia was the obvious choice. Harvey firestone discovered. It had the perfect climate when he put his plantation there but unfortunately Henry Ford word was very very very racist and he would not dare step foot in such an uncivilised and African society so they came to the conclusion. I mean that the rubber should be grown where it originated in the Amazon. So rubber comes from both vines and trees and you let it grow and then when you chop it you squeeze the vines and Latex Literal Latex comes out trees yeah so it's a liquid and then they they put out onto like big flat drying areas than when it dries. You can pull it up like a sheet of Latex and then you take a bunch of latex yeah stack stack into bales. And then that's what gets shipped out to like Volkan Ization plants and stuff like that. So these plantations are really only concerned with drawing the vines and extracting latex from okay okay and Liberia had the per client. But what about the Amazon Amazon also. Very clearly great. Climate only problem. It's a lot harder harder to get into the rainforest than it is in Africa. Got You throughout the nineteenth century. The Amazon River Basin supplied all of the world's rubber and made up forty percent of Brazil's exports sports at the height of the rubber boom in the second half of the nineteenth century but the Amazon's rubber room quickly turned to bus as plantations in Asia and England. Were able to go. Rubber and much denser populations and much more efficiently in Amazon many natural species that are not present in other countries limit the growth of trees so but organizing united plantations and other countries the efficiency was greatly increased. Henry had another incentive to go to South America besides his racism in End Theodore Roosevelt's book through the Brazilian wilderness. He accounts his experiences traveling through the Amazonian rainforests. One of his most significant observations is that many fast-flowing rivers could provide an almost perfect power source for any industry bold enough to be born there. He claimed that the right kind of senators such his enterprising businessmen of foresight coolness and suggest city who would be willing to put migrants to work for an advantage that would be mutually beneficial will give rise to a a great industrial civilization money. If anyone thought they could fill that description it was Henry Ford art now. Henry Ford did not really make cars. Henry Ford thought that he made men the maker. Men's like me. This builder of meant the cars they produced produced were simply a byproduct of his training. He was praised as a sociologist manufacturer. If anyone could reshape the native Brazilians into prosperous factory workers it was Henry Ford. They don't want to be or so he thought they don't want that.

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Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

12:56 min | 1 year ago

Pompeo's Letter Is the Trump Administration's Opening Salvo of Obstruction

"Let's start with what we know about. Mike Pompeo the more and more we're starting to see here. It is is quite clear that we are headed to a a full blown impeachment possibly not just against the president they are stonewalling. They are we now have pompeo subpoenaed for documents Giuliani Subpoena for documents the failure to provide these documents now and this is what the differences with impeachment as opposed to normal proceedings they have written in the context of this subpoena but failure to produce produce under these circumstances will be regarded as evidence of obstruction and will constitute obstruction action in the context of impeachment. They are simply declaring it. Remember this is not this is a political a political process not a criminal or judicial. One and Congress is simply saying you do not provide us this material. It will be a count of obstruction and it will be obstruction it. They could launch impeachment proceedings against Pompeii. Oh they could do it against bill bar and it feels like every day there's more and more the evidence to substantiate an impeachment proceedings against both of them. Here's Palm Peyot two weeks ago two weeks ago now. Maybe this wasn't this Sunday. Oh yeah wait it. Was this Sunday wasn't it. I'm sorry sorry I'm confused because today's Wednesday here he is on this week with Martha. Raddatz on Sunday right this is with Martha got it and here he is. He's completely bewildered about this whole call thing do they call will return to this whistle blower complaint mister secretary the complained involving the president and a phone call with the foreign leader to the director of National Intelligence Inspector General. That's where the complaint was lodged by the whistleblower. The Wall Street Journal is reporting the president trump pressed the president of Ukraine eight times to work with Rudy Giuliani to investigate Joe Biden son. What do you know about those conversations so you just gave me a report report about IC whistle blow compaign none of which I've seen I can tell you about this administration's policies with Ukraine. I remember the previous administration was begged begged by the Ukrainian people to deliver defensive arms so that they can protect themselves from Vladimir Putin and Russia and they gave them blankets. This administration took seriously the responsibility of grain and people. We've provided now on multiple occasions resources so that the Ukrainians can defend themselves. We've worked on that. We Are we're working. We'll see presence Alinsky this week. We want a good relationship with let me read something freedom and independence but you know nothing about this but let me let me let me ask ask you this question. Ukrainian presidential read out of the conference conversation said they discussed quote investigation of corruption cases which inhibited the interaction between between Ukraine and the US say the president tweeted Saturday was perfectly fine and respectful conversation. Do you think it's perfectly fine to ask foreign leader to investigate a political opponent. I think I saw statement from the Ukrainian. Foreign Minister yesterday said there was no pressure applied in the course of the conversation I I I do think I do think if President Biden behaved inappropriately fee was protecting his son and intervened with the Ukrainian leadership in a way that was corrupt. I do think we need to get to the bottom of that. Martha within I I hope that we will. I hope that Vice President Biden engaged in behavior that was appropriate. I hope the American people will come to learn that we've seen Matt Matt have interfered with America cannot have our elections interfered with and if that's what took place there if there was that kind of activity engaged in by Vice President Biden. We need to know Oh. There's no evidence of that yet but if the conversation was perfectly fine as president trump said why not release the transcript or a portion to the public the white hustle have to explain I mean I think we've this was this was it must have been a week a week from last Sunday. There's two weeks ago and there's Mike pompeo seemingly no awareness of this call whatsoever. You didn't even have time to read the whistle blower complaining just heard a report about the whistle missile blower complaint he did though put a clue in there because it wasn't just about Joe Biden in Hunter Biden's corruption. This phone call was not just about that that we should say and we'll we'll discuss the the the lack of corruption that exists there I mean at least in terms of Joe Biden's perspective but they are now pursuing another theory that is Obama Gate or Hillary Gate that the Ukrainians were the ones who actually actually interfered with the election but tried to frame the Russians. This is the stuff that's going on now in the fevers this gateway pundit stuff and there's Mike pompeo trying to push that narrative on ABC television last week. This is what they've been up to but we'll get back to that meantime. Here's Mike Pompeo yesterday in Italy conceding that well actually I was on that phone. Call was on the phone. Call was on the phone call. The phone call was in the context of now. I guess I've been secretary state for coming on a year and a half I know precisely what the American policy with respect to Ukraine remarkably consistent and we will continue to try a to drive those set of outcomes. It's what our team included. Including Ambassador Volker or focused on was taken down the threat that Russia poses there in Ukraine it was about helping the Ukrainians to get graft out corruption outside of their government a- and to help now this new government in the Ukraine build a successful thriving economists what State Department officials that is basically that was his way of. I mean he listened. Easy is smart guy went to Harvard knows how to Filibuster knows how to bury the lead. I was on the phone call but because and then here's a bunch of filler. Essentially that's basically the the story they're going with now. I imagine most people by I now know that the Hunter Biden situation the Joe Biden was over there telling the Ukrainian they get rid of your prosecutor because the prosecutor was not pursuing corruption and there was a hideous amount of corruption there it also happens to be the case that Hunter Biden is not exactly a you know. He's he's sort of the George Bush the family. He's a fell son. Can I right. I just add to this a little bit. I mean so to be really specific about what you're saying. The reason it is exculpatory. I think there's a broader critique here in two ways but the reason it specifically Komo can specific conspiracy theory does not stand is that this energy company is a Russian aligned oligarch who was was gonna who sort of represented the Russian aligned order he got Hunter Biden on with the sort of clear desire to win favor with the Obama Administration and what Biden did was basically fire a prosecutor who was aligned with this guy and not all for the firing right call for the firing so so basically the reason that this specific threat of the story is nonsense. Is that in that specific action. He's contradicting his son's interest to the frankly I mean it's you know it's pretty irrelevant. His son makes a payday either way right. Let the conspiracy theory is exactly backwards. He's going up against what the sun is hired to do. However I mean it's actually sort of an interesting drama where the dad comes in and the wayward son. Is there and he tries to undercut the wayward sons interests or even. It doesn't matter like hey son. You got your payday. We're still going to do this anyways. You know either way we win and I would say that serious. You know I wouldn't take I do think you know structurally when the US talks about corruption other countries even when they're right that is a harbinger of our own interests and energy companies. We want to advocate for so there's there's a broader critique as well as just even hunter getting the job to begin with but that's specific conspiracy is contradicted by all evidence of what happened. The hunter thing is more of a generic type of corruption. That seems to exist everywhere whether it's like you know Chelsea Clinton. I'm getting hired by. NBC or Abby Huntsman for that matter or you know Billy Carter going around and trying to sell off access to advil yeah. Billy Carter was cool though I feel bad for him because he didn't have family sign off. He's just trying to Qaddafi May. Why do you always get all the credit read it. I don't get the sense that hunter necessarily has family sign off too. I think this guy get family sign off from his brother to sorry what's that you don't know that story about the net. It's been a lot of things I did without family sign-off man hey my brother died. What's up sauter her but the trump people the trump people are always going to be angrier at these coastal elites and it's like normal corruption and this kind of nepotism. It's just accepted as the way of things than they are at trump's open and craven corruption and I mean look because they're like well. At least he's not pretending that he doesn't have mud on him right but the the bottom line is is that this type of corruption exists in every facet of society. I'm not making apologies for it but I mean you know you grow up in you know we. I I went to go see concerts in high school because my girlfriend's dad was on the Civic Center Commission. You know it's like Whoa Whoa Whoa. I think you just showed yourself here. They might need to take the rest of the week off Sam. I gotcha flow deep corruption but I I mean of course this is true and of course the stakes of the the cranium energy business are deeper than basically hunter gets the job promises yeah. I'll get dad well. He shows up at the loss he also got. MBNA lobbying thing right at the same time as dad was pushing through the bankruptcy bill he was on the board of something the board of the Amtrak Amtrak which is basically a trade expert bro Brothers wives. I just think that come into an Amtrak board way would family members everywhere and some are incentivized to do this stuff and helped out more more than others but nevertheless meanwhile as Mike Pompeo heads it's to Rome apparently Seb Gorka gets on the plane with him because someone has to go now understand the here's the point one of the reasons why impeachment was so necessary in which I was saying for months. Was that there you you can't just basically run out the clock and it -ssume that there's just GonNa be this vacuum that remains there while all all this is going on. It's quite clear the trump administration bill bar Mike pompeo have been actively involved involved in trying to not only undercut the Muller investigation. Remember the molar investigation to over. They're undercutting the entire

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Flying Close to the Sun

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 1 year ago

Flying Close to the Sun

"Flying close to the sun is a dangerous task but the Parker solar probe is performing with flying colors this this is innovation now. Bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future launched in August two thousand eighteen. The Parker solar probe is already Eddie well into its third orbit around the Sun. The spacecraft carries four suites of scientific instruments to gather data on the particles solar wind plasma magnetic fields and structures in the corona our son's hot outer atmosphere. Accustom Heat Shield and unique autonomous a system protect the mission from the Sun's intense light while allowing the coronal material took touch the spacecraft. The probe was designed to withstand temperatures is greater than a million degrees Fahrenheit without melting the parker solar probe is the first NASA mission to be named for a living person Eugene Parker the physicist who developed initial theories about the solar wind and now the information learned from these close encounters will help scientists unravel pull the physics that make the temperatures in the corona hotter than the solar surface below for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulley. Innovation now is produced produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through Collaboration with NASA and is distributed by W H._R. V.

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First fully contained underground nuclear test - September 19, 1957

This Day in History Class

04:56 min | 1 year ago

First fully contained underground nuclear test - September 19, 1957

"Pillow. Welcome to this day in history class where we flipped through the book of history and bring you a new page every day. Today is September nineteenth twenty nineteen. The day was September nineteenth nineteen fifty seven the first fully contained underground detonation took place at a research center in Nevada. The test which was part of a series of nuclear tests called Operation Plumb Bob did not produce produce any radioactive fallout operation plumb bob stirred up controversy once much of it was declassified. Operation Plumb Bob Up was a series of twenty three nuclear detonations in six safety tests conducted by the US military between May and October of nineteen fifty seven at the Nevada test site the test took place during the Cold War at a time when the US and the Soviet Union were engaged in a nuclear arms race. The two were spending a lot of time and money on developing bigger and better nuclear weapons like the hydrogen bomb. The threat threat of nuclear war was always present. The Nevada test site was an important insight for atmospheric and underground nuclear testing from the nineteen fifties to the nineteen ninety s Operation Plumb Bob was one of many series of nuclear tests conducted during this time but it was a particularly long and comprehensive series series it tested nuclear weapons for potential inclusion in the defense arsenal most of the shots in the series were conducted to test design principles for nuclear nuclear warheads that would be put on intercontinental and intermediate range missiles but Plumb Bob also tested warheads to make advances in air defense. It's and anti-submarine weapons systems. The safety tests were designed to make sure that there would be no nuclear reaction if it's high explosive components components were accidentally detonated in addition to this the operation allowed the military to test the effect of nuclear blasts on structures aircraft and and it allows scientists to study the effects of radiation on living organisms pigs were subjected to experiments to test protective materials and the effects of flying debris. The Rainier test was conducted on September nineteenth. At four fifty nine. PM local time in an underground around tunnel a modified w twenty five warhead was used for the test. It's explosive yield was one point seven kilotons because it wasn't underground tests. It was not easily observable by outsiders and had less potential of causing a massive amount of fallout seismologists around the world could detect the tests which was conducted to evaluate containment and detection of underground nuclear tests the success excessive rainier incited efforts to understand the phenomenology of contained underground explosion those included tunneling into the radioactive zone theoretical article modeling and lab measurements more underground tests were conducted the next year but in late nineteen fifty eight the US Britain and the the Soviet Union agreed to a three year moratorium on nuclear testing after that almost all nuclear testing Nevada was done underground during the nuclear testing phase of Operation Bob. A lot of radiation was released into the air since the other tests were not underground declassified documents documents revealed that the Plumb Bob Tests released about fifty eight thousand three hundred kilo curies of radio iodide into the atmosphere over four months civilians and troops who conducted exercises near detonations were exposed to relatively high levels of radiation nuclear fallout is a hazard to the environment and to biological life and it can cause illness and death in nineteen sixty three the US and a Soviet Union along with other countries signed the partial test ban treaty which banned nuclear weapons tests in the atmosphere in outer space and underwater. I'm eavesdrop coat and hopefully you know a little more about history today than you did. Yesterday you can follow us on twitter instagram and facebook at P. D. H. fee podcast. We'll see you here in the same place tomorrow. for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio. APP APPLE PODCASTS or wherever you listen to your favorite

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"produce produce" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"We'll talk however the message yeah. We'll buzz alastair. Ivory tower big shot yeah the f. u. Z. work for the athletic yeah. Oh yeah work athletic podcast now too so you've got you've got a lot of you got a lot of competition boys so between the two of your athletic podcasts podcasts you get like a thousand downloads. Yeah probably fingers crossed checks. Go clear tom. You totally fucked up. Not doing a why. I'm going to the athletic. I'm not going to the athletic freelancing a co hosting a white sox podcast e._s. Sports is like yet. Tom go produce produce content for another company <hes> yeah they allowed me to. They're very nice hamad c._b._s. Sports dot com you ever think about like maybe when you get a little too high like the athletic is just a dark star black star. What do they call that black hole michael and it just sucking every media member in there and eventually we will all work for the athletic. Oh shit. It's going to be like the amazon sports writing right and then it's just state controlled sports writing and then they just take it out of your paycheck every month. You don't even have to like your taxes five ninety nine. A month goes the athletic sock. I even think about that till now. Jeeze all right all right tom thank you. Everyone follow him at tom for nellie f. o. r. n. an e. l. l. u._s.'s italian. Don't make italian jokes or use. Follow me paul. Hey tom puzzle. Follow tom for elliot at h. E. n. underscore e._a. Yeah but he really does have great picks and he's very very sharp so do fall him. Tom thank you very much. We'll <hes> hopefully talk again the season thank you very much. I look forward to coming back back love you. Tom love you to those quick. That interview with tom for nellie was brought to you by let go let go is the fastest growing mobile marketplace a place to buy and sell locally their vision is to create a more sustainable.

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"produce produce" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

Notsam Wrestling

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Notsam Wrestling

"At target our t. shirts or whatever so i love that to buy things from my childhood things that were actually produce produce during my childhood now things that are like you know like reimagining thanks so much out there like the cooler versions of nineteen ninety movie turtle figures they take technology. They have now and just remake the old figures. But when did you decide like okay. I have my stuff. This is where i'm going. I don't think i necessarily decided i just there's nothing really that's come out recently. You're not like power rangers guy to overpower rangers. Nothing against it right like my little brother likes his. I wash it but it wasn't really one of those things right strange things. I'm into that right but i see what you're saying so there's like ghostbusters turtles star wars but not another new star wars right so like it is new stuff. It's just yeah i get it. I get it <hes>. Do you like the new star wars movies i do. I'm just listen people saying like like it should be removed from canada like last jeopardize with that means removed from canon removed from canon no. I don't know what that means. The cannon means like like. I don't even know how to describe it. I can't even explain it so people want that movie. Last year they removed from the star wars universe. They wanted to not exist. That doesn't count which was the last jedi. Was that the you're not. The j.j abrams one after the j._j. Remove oh that's the that's the one that everybody hated because they said the first one was just like new hope but people liked it and then the set but it was just like new hope and the second one through two different yeah big beer minds right. I was similar cigarettes through different. Come on is i like the fact that we had the star. Wars movies in two thousand eighteen is incredible but there's no way i didn't even see the last jedi nazi watcher but there's no way that the last jedi is worse than the three prequels back prequels. Listen the prequel suck right but i still love him because their star wars right. You know what i'm saying. Yes absolutely appreciate it right right. You gotta be loyal to the brand of course and there's always something in the essence of star wars the socks but at least in the last like they have yoda but he's an old school puppet not c._g._i. Like i love that i appreciate it. Yeah you forget about that stuff. I went to see ghostbusters. Here's the first ghostbusters at a movie theater like a year or two ago. They had it on like thirty five millimeter or whatever and just watching it in that environment and seeing all the puppets and the real sets in the know c._g._i. And i'm like this is like it's tangible like it just feels. I like it so much better too. I hate the c._g._i. Stuff because if you watch like five five years later it's already dated. It looks like you know what i'm saying as opposed to like a lot like versus ghostbusters proton stream still look good. You know it's i guess that is whatever technology acknowledge that was but even like the terror dogs in the marshmallow man like a real marshmallow man you know and it's it's not c._g._i. But how do the practical effects and everything like that and the the giant <hes> giant a man and like set and is a miniature cars but they made it look real like you know i'm trying to say absolutely looks great. Absolutely i think it does stew and you know. It's not like real but you also don't you don't it. Doesn't you still get lost in it. You know what i mean 'cause. It feels like there's something going on ghostbuster. <hes> you're going to ask you about you got to think about it is undertaker shawn michaels john seen rock stone cold occur hawkins and ryder i do we should have been in the line at least me screw all kids but the factory at these one of ones. It's really cool to have it in my top ziegler's giving detailed..

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"produce produce" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Buying from farmers like your c._p._g. Companies or your retailers. They're actually has never been a baseline understanding of agriculture that actually allows the transfer risk to a car and the farmer ends up getting hurt in this process because they're kind of caught in the middle and so for us us it was how do we fix the system around the farm because then the farmer can truly start to benefit because you start to drive down essentially the cost of capital you drive down volatility you so you you fixed kind of is fundament so who you work for them. We just intelligence for whom so think of anyone who sells anything into farms so seed crop protection fertilizer banks insurance than intermediaries intermediaries basically trader so we work with hedge funds and we work with kind of your physical traders that are moving stuff around the world and then buyers so the buyers tend to be basically your consumer goods like companies as well as your retailers of like fresh produce produce <hes> etc and we work a lot with the public sectors while so we work with foundations. We work with academia. We actually do a lot of joint r._n._d. Research with academic institutions. We've taken a slightly different approach but but essentially saying if you don't get this ecosystem of players to start communicating and in some type of way that makes sense and get get them to agree you don't fix it and the fixing fixing you're trying to do is what to bring down. Prey you said bring down prices. Bring down costs. Bring down the cost of capital right. Let me give you a statistic statistic. Okay sixty three percent agriculture statistic ever had by the way sixty. Three percent of the african population is involved performing less than one percent of outstanding bank loans have anything to do with the agricultural market. It's crazy. Take a place like the u._s. The top thirty already banks combined the j. p. morgan's etc third top thirty combined have an agricultural portfolio exposure of less than twenty billion dollars and to me if if you cannot fix capital markets around agriculture you do not fix assistance you don't lead to increase productivity because view can increase productivity but it costs costs a lot to do so then you don't fix the problem because i still have you know so to me. It's like how do you reduce the cost of access to capital and you make that by partially by by farmers and and really by the system too right because if you can start to lend better to companies that are interacting with farmers and their cost of capitals manage they don't transfer for that onto the farmer right there was just like it just like this ripple effect that occurs and to basically model risk you need data right and and the amount of data that you need when it comes to modeling agriculture is just at a completely different level because you know if you take something as simple role as pigs in china to talk about china china produces sixty percent of the world's pork. It's also the the largest consumer of pork. Yeah happened on the world well this year. There's african swine fever <hes> which is basically disease. That's killing off the pig. Hurt estimation is about thirty percent went of pigs in china could be are already gone up to fifty percents..

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"produce produce" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on No Agenda

"On hold on horizontal home in honor of my dad he was recently diagnosed within with an inoperable brain tumor and I'll definitely put an f. cancer at the Yes sorry about that Ceric Arlington Washington six nine nine six Daniel Smith sixty in Dayton Ohio Eileen sour fifty eight seventy eight <hes> in muskegon Daniel Smith Dayton Ohio double nickels on a dime stride did I did the Danielson Dayton already dean roker fifty-five Tanner Greg the parts unknown fifty five ten Erica fifty five ten stephen fix and Plymouth Minnesota fifty five zero five Greg Miller fifty two dollars. Matthew Smith has served Herb Matthew Smith fifty-one Sir Benjamin doolan poor night of the would fifty one. This is great Sir Luke Rainer Enter. The viscount of London is in fifty dollars and fifty cents thank you he loves basking in the Collective Karma Lynn Kiss Egg fifty fifty fifty ten than in Joe Joel De Ruin Savannah that name. I haven't heard that name in a longtime Joel deny that we have heard recently okay page snakes Amsterdam's MHM now the following people fifty dollar donors name and location with David Tim's at the top of the listen Oklahoma City Brad Taylor in Duval Washington Chris Lewinsky Cer- Chris Lewinsky and Sherwood Park a bird or one of the early nights. I'm sure it's way over the night Allen Peterson. I wish he'd do as accounting and tells what Israel titles Alan Peterson Saint Louis Missouri who will be night today he sent his accounting in he would like to be known as Sir Fuck that guy and would love to have guns liquor and Ammo at the roundtable so I'll put that in right now guns liquor an Ammo Eric then martyr in Van Nuys California Kelsey Beard Portland Virginia in honor of his brothers law birthday we got him on the list John Camp and Antlers Oklahoma Sir Jerry Wing and Roth Down in Saugus Californian Archaic Henley in Millington Tennessee fifty dollars. Thank you all for helping out produce produce and helping out and producing show eleven fifty six and thank you everyone who came in under that fifty dollar level we cut it off their to keep some show going because it would be too much because we do have a lot of people on our subscriptions eleven eleven thirty eighty three thirty. Three's twelve twelve see some ten some fives <hes> in this isn't the four dollars man. Those people have been around for a long time. I think these they're still want yeah. There's still four dollars a week donation. There's still people who give have a dollar twenty-five and we appreciate every single penny of it. That's what keeps the show going. This is how it works. It's the value for value model unlike Tim Ferriss who tried to do levels and all this no no no what did what value did you get get from the show. What was it worth to you and then just send us that it's that simple and you can do any other version of that but that seems to work best? Yes it's variable yes sometimes it's scary as a podcast her but I love these days when we we do have people coming in and supporting the show. Thank you remember we have another one coming up on Sunday dot.

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"produce produce" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"produce produce" Discussed on No Agenda

"On hold on horizontal home in honor of my dad he was recently diagnosed within with an inoperable brain tumor and I'll definitely put an f. cancer at the Yes sorry about that Ceric Arlington Washington six nine nine six Daniel Smith sixty in Dayton Ohio Eileen sour fifty eight seventy eight <hes> in muskegon Daniel Smith Dayton Ohio double nickels on a dime stride did I did the Danielson Dayton already dean roker fifty-five Tanner Greg the parts unknown fifty five ten Erica fifty five ten stephen fix and Plymouth Minnesota fifty five zero five Greg Miller fifty two dollars. Matthew Smith has served Herb Matthew Smith fifty-one Sir Benjamin doolan poor night of the would fifty one. This is great Sir Luke Rainer Enter. The viscount of London is in fifty dollars and fifty cents thank you he loves basking in the Collective Karma Lynn Kiss Egg fifty fifty fifty ten than in Joe Joel De Ruin Savannah that name. I haven't heard that name in a longtime Joel deny that we have heard recently okay page snakes Amsterdam's MHM now the following people fifty dollar donors name and location with David Tim's at the top of the listen Oklahoma City Brad Taylor in Duval Washington Chris Lewinsky Cer- Chris Lewinsky and Sherwood Park a bird or one of the early nights. I'm sure it's way over the night Allen Peterson. I wish he'd do as accounting and tells what Israel titles Alan Peterson Saint Louis Missouri who will be night today he sent his accounting in he would like to be known as Sir Fuck that guy and would love to have guns liquor and Ammo at the roundtable so I'll put that in right now guns liquor an Ammo Eric then martyr in Van Nuys California Kelsey Beard Portland Virginia in honor of his brothers law birthday we got him on the list John Camp and Antlers Oklahoma Sir Jerry Wing and Roth Down in Saugus Californian Archaic Henley in Millington Tennessee fifty dollars. Thank you all for helping out produce produce and helping out and producing show eleven fifty six and thank you everyone who came in under that fifty dollar level we cut it off their to keep some show going because it would be too much because we do have a lot of people on our subscriptions eleven eleven thirty eighty three thirty. Three's twelve twelve see some ten some fives <hes> in this isn't the four dollars man. Those people have been around for a long time. I think these they're still want yeah. There's still four dollars a week donation. There's still people who give have a dollar twenty-five and we appreciate every single penny of it. That's what keeps the show going. This is how it works. It's the value for value model unlike Tim Ferriss who tried to do levels and all this no no no what did what value did you get get from the show. What was it worth to you and then just send us that it's that simple and you can do any other version of that but that seems to work best? Yes it's variable yes sometimes it's scary as a podcast her but I love these days when we we do have people coming in and supporting the show. Thank you remember we have another one coming up on Sunday dot.

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"produce produce" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"Now, you can count on like one hand hard hedges a ball screen some teams, you know, keep it on the side and ice everything. And most teams, you know, they go over the switch over the top. And and and funnel to a big guy. But it's it's really interesting on how much how much stuff has changed. Right. So then you went and didn't you the next thing was a undergrad after you graduated your Sistan for that? Right. Yep. Yep. I was there during fats, I fear there. You know, obviously. And other in other really good staff there, maybe because you always learn from the tasks around on again off again at our major unit become the head coach starlet, obviously my brother was there as well. And then being Peters who is a terrific coats terrific person as well. They're on staff. So I was able to kinda soak up as much as I possibly could. And and and then fad that'll have they. Why did you go to Wabash valley? Just that sounds like that sounds like that sounds like a desolate place, dude. Mount Mount Carmel annoy. Yeah. No. It sounds about as bad as it's as bad as it sounds like that say not good because I want to coach you wonder, you know, want to get out on the road little bit. And and they made that I could no longer coats basketball while I was AGA at Ohio stint that became a rule. That's that's that's spring and summer. And so, you know, I I was heavily involved in a you cut in, you know, wanted to coats, and and so I I divided the plan you're gonna go to wal bass college for year, and I coach 'cause college our new rules. You can you can do whatever he wants. And I cooked you coach at the college level here. Again, I think this. I want to get hit. A lot or guys and stuff like that. I just wanted to kind of get out on my own and this recruiting the trae I wanted to be seen. Sometimes I feel like it's so hard again not being big game guy. If you're not out on the trail being things if you're in like an operation because they in stuff like that. I think sometimes it's kinda outside out of mind. You know, you're up in this business coaching space. Right. You're. Your team who who is who are the best players that you had back then for people who didn't follow the stuff. Speech in the you know, both and we got some great players, Eric. Obviously phenomenal player we had, you know, one of my favorite players ever coached. Chris Kramer, Purdue. What is that? Oh my gosh. Produce produce head like five of these guys that Brian cardinal one. I know Brian Brian cardinals one Chris Kramer's one which like if they're on your team that you love them. They're indictable if they're not on your team, you you want. My brother was a was a cow. They had a kid him Jorges Gutierrez. Now Jorges bounce around play a little bit in the NBA is pretty amazing story from Mexico. He came here, and he was like some prep school in Denver, these Finley and I never forget. My brother gets a job that cow and seven months later. Ben Brown gets fired and Mani keeps him, and I think it was that offseason. He he took Jorges us, and and basically went to Finley and the guys like look you wanna win take the Mexican kit. Greg's like the the do with the pony tail like yet, they're like and what they said. And this this this remind you Chris Kramer and Brian cardinal every game you play. The other team will have a guy who wants to fight him. And. And it's unbelievable. And and it takes it'll take somebody other game. And he just makes he just makes winning plays and Hori Gutierrez went onto become the Pac twelve player of the year. And that's that's exactly Chris Kramer, and Brian cardinal. And I kind of go through the list of dudes. But those are the guys that make Purdue Purdue like, but how hard to identify when you're coaching you basketball, you love them. But how hard is it to sell college coaches?.

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"produce produce" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

05:20 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"And then he was like, I don't know. Like if this is the journey for me, that's the priest's bed. That's just a no all right? You have to stay. I'm steering you away from your wrong because you're talking into it that no I'm not talking to myself. I'm talking myself into this specific person. Now, you've created I'm going to talk you into this specific. I'm so Massena. All right. All right. I find no I've said, no right jeeze ping pong champion. Yes, L. Yes. Okay. But I don't know if you've taken it into consideration. That sound that you would be hearing is the noises hips make. Then no his hips. Do not make it sound there. Well, oil, okay. This is a of the ping pong. Did you say foam or a current like pingpong current? Okay. Yeah. I listen wouldn't make me crazy. If it was I I just I just need you to think all this through before you, you're very, you know, I like to make it Aisin. Yes. J appreciate. But I just don't know considered. All the angles show me the angles. That'd be no see you don't have to run that twice maybe in the garage. But it's still it'd be echoing wouldn't it? And you hit a. No, get off go away with the priest and everything. Okay. Private investigator. Maybe that will be fun. You would you like? So like all the crimes of the who's Jean-Ann whom? Yes. Spying and the. I know Bravo, realtime Bravo tiny. I just wonder though. Like, I like a spy makes me an easy. I don't like pass needed. Listen, my vision of this priest was virginal like disillusioned twenty yet man and a Cape. Yes. Yep. Yeah. Cape. Stripper like. Just the idea of somebody who is assuming that everyone is guilty like like a private investigator. Like, I don't know. That's I mean, I I sort of do that on my own. So I need help some moving away from that idea and just that spine on I don't know like there's something akin a little bit too like 'paparazzi a little bit like like, the hunting of people, essentially, I don't know. That's my take, you know. And I'm sorry. This is about us. A good thing about him. He'd be out house low. Oh. That's true. That's true. They go. Yeah. I need was pingpong mine. He's back. So a live out nanny and. Investigator live can appro wrestler. That could be interesting. Also, I like that. Yeah. Yeah. Guys in right now to your movie that you're promoting what a segue. Yes. I actually got a note from your saying got to promote the movie. Yes, I'm I'm going to do that right now right now fighting with my family, I had I had the good fortune of being able to work with Stephen merchant. In a movie did years foam, a priest. And no he's that was good lean good fucking delivery. You just Searcy my ass sexy that walking. Sears scene is a verb from now on. But no, he's lovely and the movie looks incredible. And we were able to see some of it. But then you wanted to come over early which we're very happy about. But I haven't finished it. Okay. Cleese forgive me. But I don't know him. And like, yeah, he just I. Yeah. I and the actors are really great, and it, and I heard you say last night on Jimmy Kimmel because I did see that the whole thing of that that it's based off of a true story. Yes. It's it's if you haven't seen the documentary. Of the same title. It's a brilliant documentary because you see the people of CNA. Aw. Like nothing else. That's such incredible family, the young actress is really brilliant. I mean, they're all. Everyone's really good. Yeah. And but yeah, it's Dwayne is in the movie. Yes. Produce Produce it as it a little. as a little finger of cares about shoes. Listen to you. Your favorite character? Yes. He produced it, and I I believe the meeting he has with page and the movie really happened on Hawaii. He kind of like mazing. Yeah. That's amazing. Congratulations. Wait..

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"produce produce" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Zero three ninety eight Paul had twelve points and six assists. Meanwhile, there's an MVP campaign starting in Oklahoma City. Russell played by blood so pal to triple thirty-five feet away with tend to shoot once Georgia has it slot left. Pump fakes double Zack. Equals five or suit singled up on Brockton. Does. On thunder radio thirty six points, thirteen rebounds for Paul George the thunder make it five straight wins. One eighteen one twelve over the box that snaps Milwaukee's six game winning streak the clippers beat the kings one twenty two to one away. It was the jazz over the T wolves one twenty five to one eleven lamarcus Aldridge scored thirty the Spurs beat the wizards won thirty two one nineteen thirty-three quiet, Leonard the raptors top the Mavs won twenty three to one. Twenty Luca Danni to season. I thirty five points in a triple double as the first teenager in NBA history with two triple doubles the Lakers beat the Suns one sixteen one zero to the Cavs snapped a six game losing streak beating the bulls won four one on one the heat handed the Knicks their nine straight loss one. Oh, six ninety seven both the patriots. And the Rams arriving in Atlanta on Sunday Super Bowl opening night kicks off the week long festivities on Monday. When both teams meet the media, Tom Brady at forty one says there is euro chance he will retire after his ninth. Super Bowl appearance. The AFC made it three straight Pro Bowl wins. Twenty sixty seven of the NFC and rainy Orlando Patrick Mahomes. The offensive MVP was seven to fourteen one hundred fifty six yards passing. Touchdown. The jets Jamal Adams the defensive MVP with an interception in a sack cows basketball produce produce snapping Michigan state's thirteen game winning streak seventy three sixty three Villanova's one eight in a row eighty hundred fifty two overseas and hall baseball. The royals reportedly giving second baseman whitmire field. A four year contract extension worth sixteen million golf Justin Rose shooting a sixty nine on the way to a two stroke win at the farmers insurance open. I'm Brad Heller as Bill Ryder, we do radio right rather than you. Weekday six eastern three Pacific on CBS sports radio. New York City..

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"produce produce" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Radio thirty six points, thirteen rebounds for Paul George the thunder. Make it five straight wins. One eighteen one twelve over the box. Snaps Milwaukee's six game winning streak the clippers beat the kings one twenty two to one away. It was the jazz over the T wolves one twenty five to one eleven lamarcus Aldridge scored thirty the Spurs beat the wizards won thirty two one nineteen thirty-three Leonard the raptors top the Mavs won twenty three to one. Twenty Luca Danni season thirty five points in a triple double is the first teenager in NBA history with two triple doubles the Lakers beat the Suns one sixteen one zero to the Cavs snapped a six game losing streak beating the bulls won four one to one the heat handed the Knicks their nine straight loss one. Oh, six ninety seven both the patriots. And the Rams arriving in Atlanta on Sundays Super Bowl opening night kicks off the long festivities on Mondays. When both teams meet the media, Tom Brady at forty one says there is euro chance he will retire after his ninth. Super Bowl appearance. The AFC made it three straight Pro Bowl wins twenty six to seven over the NFC and rainy Orlando Patrick Mahomes. The defensive MVP was seven to fourteen one hundred fifty six yards passing and a touchdown. The jets Jamal Adams the defensive MVP with an interception in a sack college basketball produce produce snapping Michigan state's thirteen game winning streak seventy three sixty three Villanova's one eight in a row eighty two fifty two overseas and hall baseball. The royals reportedly giving second baseman whitmire field. A four year contract extension worth sixteen million golf Justin Rose shooting a sixty nine on the way to a two stroke win at the farmers insurance open. I'm Brad Heller Bill Ryder, we do radio right rather than you. Weekday six eastern three Pacific on CBS sports radio..

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"produce produce" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Eleventh through the thirteenth. WIP mobile news on the level on the go. Reaction from some of Indiana's lawmakers in DC to President Trump's border security speech. Radar is clear. It's twenty-six on monument circle. Sunny, Wendy, twenty eight the high today, I'm C J Miller. Here's what's trending at eight thirty three years, a growing humanitarian and security crisis at our southern border. President Trump last night during his primetime speech to the nation defending his demand for border wall with Mexico, Indiana, Republican congresswoman Susan Brooks, telling Ninety-three WIBC, Tony cats as she wants to see an end to the partial government shutdown now, I would love to see that the leaders of the parties are going to today once again to the White House to negotiate they must stay at the table. We must insist that they are all continuing to talk in my opinion. They ought to be talking daily, Indiana Democrat congressman Andre Carson tweeting last night the crisis at the border has been manufactured by President Trump a death investigation at the Woodlake apartments this morning that was. Around four thirty near seventy third and ditch on the city's north side. Metro police say a woman was shot and found dead inside of a car that was still running officers haven't given out her name or said who may have pulled the trigger the deaths of three kids in Rochester last October as they were boarding their school bus may lead to a new law school bus safety. Senator Randy heads Bill would require schools to redo their bus routes kids. Don't have to cross the state highway to get to the bus stop. And instead of a ticket you'd be charged with a misdemeanor. If you run a school bus stop side Representative Jim wrestles Bill would let schools equipped to stop armed with cameras that other medically get your license number. If you do run it, Eric Berman, Ninety-three WIBC mobile news. And it was after produce produce football team upset Ohio State in October that ESPN's Scott.

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"produce produce" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

Man Points! Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on Man Points! Podcast

"Does anybody have anything about an animal killing someone or someone like losing their penis or something that happened in Florida or maybe a combination of all three of those up saving that for Manolete? Lou. We're paying attention. Maybe we're paying attention. We name that it's called Benz, boys. Florida files is now Vince, boys. Yeah. I guess I'm guilty bus OC. I guess, hey. At least you're famous stereotype, it is on could wait. But big like, we said, they're all basic fact. Yeah, everybody I. Swaggie get to take on all bird, all the good and the bad. I guess but this week is good, man. It sounds like we even starting to segue into something, I'm entering the segue. Anything other than I think Ben's got horrible jeans. Days from bad place. Jeans short, really, not what is the free. I don't want to go into that. But yesterday, it was thirty two degrees today. It's seventy one. Yeah. It was warm. I asked Alexa, benefits she's behind hugger in like. Yeah. Eventually dropped. He doesn't Christmas is Ben dropped a lot after it went to someone down. But it was warm all day yesterday. It's pissing me off. Actually, it's almost Christmas. I just wanted to stop raining. Do it can't go more than three days without raining. My whole yard is this one. Yeah. It's a swamp. Chickens. It's read a headline, and I immediately thought floor than I was wrong. We'll what was the headline. Principle shows up to social drunk for alcohol awareness week. Oh, yes. Pennsylvania old move, bold move. How during that reasoning? Fire apples. I'm assuming Louisiana. I haven't found exempt Paris, Texas. I like kids this is an example of white Eric. What? Texas. We might be a city, but it stayed in such such Harrison personnel. Exhorted Paris, shouldn't you shouldn't show view on? Yeah. That's pretty much. It keeps you real moment. Though. Like what's going on this week? That's on call where this week. Just beer, Justin. Everyone's aware. I drink a lot of alcohol. This kid. Woo. He sound like Steve instantly Steve net. Huge love drop in last names on this vote can broke cabinet. That is the second time on. Yeah. My five episodes forget where met sometimes. Nobody cares. This isn't that Steve napkin? Might listen. He might here's might we just did like a offset inspection. Brought these dudes out from Steve nut classified. No. I'm just saying. Point. Nobody Karen is they were like odor. They've been watching. You guys is social media two weeks. Mike. Oh shit. Went back is again, my Facebook is so locked down. Anyway, the only one that did general public sees Twitter. I keep it pretty tame lately. So. But we've got these weird friend requests. And I was like I get like three friend requested year, and I got three in one morning and one of them look suspiciously. Like one of these dudes, and I'm like, okay, they're checking our social media. I'm a little worried about the podcast. Didn't even dig that. You know, nobody cares is like. Here's I mean as long as we don't talk about business. So speaking of social media, why am yesterday on Facebook. Did you just post? Ha ha ha is it to you think it was too because I was out wait for that passed out out out out. Are you still way with, sir? You're still saying you don't remember posting it. If you. There's the reason. Well, we can pull. That's all you posted. No, I didn't. That's great shot. Produce produce. Absolutely did. Well, what were you check in Facebook at two AM because I can't sleep dude. We'll say everybody's freaking districts. You have what you just said. You can't remember doing it you and your cat would do too much cocaine for on. Well, what did this thing to scale? So it just says it will just said, ha ha ha. And it was kind of like this is freaking on. He saw something on. That's what I'm going to forgot to attach it if I wanted to know what that was about I'll screen on on. My lamp starting to not believe, you know. Yeah. It a lot like Trumpian evidence. Or now man, actually I'm looking I'm looking for..

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"produce produce" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Alert day. But a gridlock alert week in Manhattan. Thanks to the UN general assembly ten ten minutes. Do spend John Montana's with drivers on the east side. John Hamm, Bridget presidents and prime ministers princes and potentates will travel by motorcade but cabs will crawl and Bill will have to park his produce produce truck blocks away and pushed the bananas by truck. The small. Morning. There's there's no parking at all they'll tell you truck. And if the secret service happens see you beforehand, Neil, detain you. Until you truck until secret service is going to detain a guy like you. Yeah. Well, I guess those are the rules. You know? So he's telling the truth of your parked around here today, you're probably parked illegally so boss, get your credit card out because Johnny may be bringing some tickets, and John monotone ten ten wins live on the east side wins. News time five thirty five. Authorities are reportedly investigating allegations that several professors at John Jay college of criminal Justice in Manhattan, sold drugs and raped went on campus in one of the school buildings known as the swamp reportedly this came to light because of complaints by two former students one of them, they owe me Haber tells the New York Post she was raped by a former department chair. Saying he choked me with both hands and tells the paper another professor encouraged her to have sex with a visitor from Harvard allegedly telling that visitor. He had a Jewish Hadid to set them up with four professors were put on leave and denied wrongdoing through their lawyers. The school says it's cooperating with law enforcement. Meanwhile, the Manhattan DA in the state inspector general are said to be investigating. What's been happening at John, Jay, Rochester and ten ten wins. New New York state is hosting three. Public listening sessions in the city this week to get input on proposals to legalize pot. There's a meeting in queens today.

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"produce produce" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:34 min | 4 years ago

"produce produce" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

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