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"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money

"Amazon, by the way, is among NPR's financial supporters. And also distribute some NPR content. How would your son and daughter describe you? Determined firm, but friendly. It has started working in Amazon's warehouse earlier this year. Oh, and animated. So I think that's plenty. Heather was working side by side with the essential workers that have helped deliveries keep going during the pandemic. She says she joined Amazon, partly because she wanted to check out how good an employer Amazon was. Firsthand. She was not impressed, especially when she caught COVID. COVID was the last straw. That was the last straw. Amazon did not have specific paid COVID leave. I mean, they blatantly disregarded, even the fact that these people could get very sick and even die. And as she recovered and regained her animated spirit, she channeled her determination. And I started to say to people, what do you think about a union? So we really went into high gear. And Heather wasn't just riled up about Amazon's health benefits policies, and it's working conditions. Following COVID, their revenue increased considerably. And that's why we finally decided to fight back. We reached out to Amazon. In a statement, a spokesperson said that workers have the choice of whether or not to join a union, but the company doesn't think unions are the best answer for its employees. And you know, that's the kind of thing a lot of businesses point out. They might also cite the costs to workers of union Jews that cost to the company of strikes and the overall effect on the company's valuation. In fact, a paper from the quarterly journal of economics finds that the valuation of a company decreases on average when employees unionize. In any case, they have those frustration with how her employers were treating her and her colleagues, especially given Amazon's record profits, is shared by workers in all kinds of businesses. How do you share halts as the president of the progressive think tank, the economic policy institute? If you had an employer that didn't provide sick days, didn't provide proper safety precautions. When you literally putting your life on the line to go to your job, workers who got the message there, that their employer doesn't value them. It's a really, really stark reason to just stand up and join with your coworkers and demand more. How do you believe the huge number of jobs being created has boosted workers confidence to join unions? Very high job availability makes workers understand that if they are fired or retaliated against for union organizing, they are very likely to be able to find another job in a relatively quick time frame. And that makes all the difference to working families. And it's probably not just the booming jobs, landscape that is prompting a growing interest in unions. It could also be booming prices inflation. If you don't renegotiate your wages, when inflation is high, you're going backwards and for low wage workers who are a big part of this unionization push, that determines how much food is in the pantry. So inflation could be contributing to the surge of interest in unions, that can negotiate inflation adjustments on your behalf. So Heidi says you add up all these different reasons and it explains a lot about what's happening with retail workers and baristas around the country. It's not yet showing up in the data, but I do think that this momentum that we're seeing, it's real, it's undeniable. So if it is real, it raises the question, why is this apparent trend not showing up in the data? Well, for one thing, the data that Heidi is talking about, the number of Americans in unions. Those numbers have not come out for 2022. We'll know better when those numbers come in at the end of the year. And the early stats on union applications this year are rising. But Heidi says there is something else going on that could drag down any potential increase. And that is not as many public sector employees are getting higher these days compared to the private sector. And public sector employees tend to be much more likely to be unionized. And so when you have more delivery drivers who are not usually unionized and fewer teachers, highly unionized, that means there's likely going to be fewer unionized Americans overall. And long term, there is another headwind that union organizers face. What Heidi says is an increasingly hostile attitude to unions by employers over the decades. It used to be just the most anti union companies that would behave that way in the face of a union drive. And now it is the playbook. There's been a whole rise in an industry of union avoidance union busting consultants. You can see that as the numbers go down. Heidi points out that retaliating against joining a union is illegal. But of course it happens in practice. And she says the government hasn't updated the law to combat new or more widespread anti union activity from employers. Like anti union posters with misleading information, for example. They just did not allow labor law to evolve to counteract this massively changed landscape that people trying to organize a union are facing. But Heidi points to one key statistic that might encourage those who are forming unions. The view of the public. A Gallup survey found two thirds of Americans and an even higher amount among younger Americans have a favorable view of them. And that's the highest share since 1965. Even though most Americans are not in a union, a lot want to be. There's been this spark here that then can really dip into the big pool of people who exist in that gap who aren't in a union but want to be in the union tonight. I think we're really seeing that now. And one story that may illustrate this is when Amazon organizer Heather Goodall went to an Amazon warehouse in Kodak, New York. Amazon called the police because two of Heather's companions weren't Amazon employees. The amazons, companies. Yes. And it was signing Amazon workers up to her new union. So it's simply an informational session to help employees understand their rights. You know, is this tense moment? Heather and a couple of other union organizers up against the police. This is not a police matter. This is an employee employer. The police backed down and they even offered to help in the future. Let's do that. And give some literature to the two offices sent Heather can call them ahead of the next union visit to Amazon. And after some handshakes, the cops left. Thank you. Of course, a lot of police famously loved their own police unions. But Heather prefers to see this friendliness as part of something bigger. We're seeing a shift and unionization and people wanting to be a part of a better future. And I think people are feeling that. And a shift has started and warehouses and coffee shops around the country. And Heidi says whether or not that favorable view of unions translates into how people vote, that will likely determine whether or not this trend continues. This episode was produced by senior producer VLA with engineering from Robert Rodriguez, Catherine Yang checked with facts, Kate and canon edits the show, and the indicator is a production of NPR.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:57 min | 4 months ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"But here's the actual report on it because this sounds like something if I were Joe Biden I'd be concerned about right Rather than starting World War three which seemed to be his main concern this week And Joe Biden was like list of things to do Box number one start a war three box number two F up the international oil and gas supply by restricting gulf leases and in Alaska My point number three screw up the healthcare system more by lobbying to increase ObamaCare subsidy It was girl number four Piss off all Americans by making sure food inflation goes through the roof and then makes your babies can't get formula Okay so number 5 was probably let's hide the new monkey pox story that came out because Joe Biden is obviously a forest fire everywhere the man goes So from the reporting this study was first published in February 2022 Just months before the latest international outbreak a monkeypox cases which appears to have now reached the United States The paper folks this is hard to believe the paper talking about the study Which was authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers I'm done That's it Stories over Do we need the same author why are they still doing research Why are they still doing research Authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers And published in this quarterly journal follows the wide scale use of PCR reaction tests to identify COVID-19 positive individuals The researchers appeared to identify a portion of the monkeypox virus genome enabling PCR tests to identify the virus then the paper titled aficion assembly of a large fragment of monkeypox virus genome as a QPC R template using dual selection based transformation associated recombination I don't know about you folks but if I was Joe Biden I'd be less focused on World War three with China And more on pushing Fauci and others that the Wuhan lamp guys and ladies over there maybe you're not good at this

Wuhan Virologist Study Suggests Monkeypox Detected by PCR Tests

The Dan Bongino Show

01:57 min | 4 months ago

Wuhan Virologist Study Suggests Monkeypox Detected by PCR Tests

"But here's the actual report on it because this sounds like something if I were Joe Biden I'd be concerned about right Rather than starting World War three which seemed to be his main concern this week And Joe Biden was like list of things to do Box number one start a war three box number two F up the international oil and gas supply by restricting gulf leases and in Alaska My point number three screw up the healthcare system more by lobbying to increase ObamaCare subsidy It was girl number four Piss off all Americans by making sure food inflation goes through the roof and then makes your babies can't get formula Okay so number 5 was probably let's hide the new monkey pox story that came out because Joe Biden is obviously a forest fire everywhere the man goes So from the reporting this study was first published in February 2022 Just months before the latest international outbreak a monkeypox cases which appears to have now reached the United States The paper folks this is hard to believe the paper talking about the study Which was authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers I'm done That's it Stories over Do we need the same author why are they still doing research Why are they still doing research Authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers And published in this quarterly journal follows the wide scale use of PCR reaction tests to identify COVID-19 positive individuals The researchers appeared to identify a portion of the monkeypox virus genome enabling PCR tests to identify the virus then the paper titled aficion assembly of a large fragment of monkeypox virus genome as a QPC R template using dual selection based transformation associated recombination I don't know about you folks but if I was Joe Biden I'd be less focused on World War three with China And more on pushing Fauci and others that the Wuhan lamp guys and ladies over there maybe you're not good at this

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:05 min | 4 months ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Free We'll send these articles every day We like send it out good stuff for other people Here's the headline for this one National pulse the infamous Wuhan lab recently assembled monkeypox strains using methods flagged for creating quote contagious pathogens Now that's a headline I don't want to read on a Monday I don't know about you but I was enjoying my weekend And I'm putting the show together and I'm like the Wuhan lab recently assembled monkeypox strains using methods that were flagged because they created contagious pathogens that sounds to me like another violation of the don't get dead rule because we just went through this with the Wuhan lab did we not gain a function Doctor Fauci barrack remember all that Remember nature the journal all these journals is that remember the whole gain of function lab leak the Wuhan lab studying bat coronaviruses there's an outbreak near the Wuhan lab of a coronavirus that studied in the Wuhan lab for coronavirus study conveniently studying bat research remember the Australian reporter at the pictures of the bats that they told us don't exist So it's not like we just went through this but we did So we probably should have learned something right Because it's definitely a violation of the don't get dead rule to have two potential global epidemic pandemics breakout because you can't handle your own stuff because the stuff rule applies to We want to stop bad stuff from happening And let me tell you some is a deadly virus like COVID and a potentially deadly virus like monkey box Is that bad stuff It's bad right Yes Mike is that bad Let's get yes Mike says oh yeah Jim just gave one yeah Mike said oh yeah that's bad Now because this isn't the drudge report panic machine it's be clear Monkeypox is not a respiratory disease It's not nearly as infectious as COVID The luckily most people survive but it is a pretty nasty thing to get It's not the kind of thing like you're sitting there on a weekend You're like what do I see this weekend Do I go see the movie the north bend or I get monkey pilot Let's get monkeypox That's not in my list of things to do on the weekend Even though I watched an nordman let me tell you something I'm sorry but that movie sucked Oh I'm really sorry I know some people liked it but it wasn't as bad as resurrections matrix where every single human being involved should have been in prison and subjected to tribunals to never work again Fact checkers I'm kidding That's a joke fact checkers I don't actually want to try but I actually love liberty and freedom That's your Bill McCarthy Put the pen down Bill Put the pen down But I tell you monkeypox kind of sucks And I wouldn't want that So the fact that this Wuhan lab according to Natalie winters report he may have been involved in assembling monkeypox strange sounds to me like clockwork orange eye opening thing like eh maybe we should look into that too I'm sure Fauci will come out tomorrow and tell us no worries It came from a strain of monkeys and the monkey ate the pangolin who ate the bear who chewed on a couple of rodents and the rodents had fleas and the fleas got it from a mosquito who landed on the flea who gave it to the pangolin who gave it to a bear that ate an anaconda that spewed out a monkey and the monkey Potter That will be Fauci's new excuse But here's the actual report on it because this sounds like something if I were Joe Biden I'd be concerned about right Rather than starting World War three which seemed to be his main concern this week And Joe Biden was like list of things to do Box number one start a war three box number two F up the international oil and gas supply by restricting gulf leases and in Alaska My point number three screw up the healthcare system more by lobbying to increase ObamaCare subsidy It was girl number four Piss off all Americans by making sure food inflation goes through the roof and then makes your babies can't get formula Okay so number 5 was probably let's hide the new monkey pox story that came out because Joe Biden is obviously a forest fire everywhere the man goes So from the reporting this study was first published in February 2022 Just months before the latest international outbreak a monkeypox cases which appears to have now reached the United States The paper folks this is hard to believe the paper talking about the study Which was authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers I'm done That's it Stories over Do we need the same author why are they still doing research Why are they still doing research Authored by 9 Wuhan institute of virology researchers And published in this quarterly journal follows the wide scale use of PCR reaction tests to identify COVID-19 positive individuals The researchers appeared to identify a portion of the monkeypox virus genome enabling PCR tests to identify the virus then the paper titled aficion assembly of a large fragment of monkeypox virus genome as a QPC R template using dual selection based transformation associated recombination I don't know about you folks but if I was Joe Biden I'd be less focused on World War three with China And more on pushing Fauci and others that the Wuhan lamp guys and ladies over there maybe you're not good at this You ever see those memes on the Internet you know the meme on the Internet like you had one job It's a photo of a bunch of male dumped in a garbage can and a mailman living like dude you had one job like delivered the mail you screwed that up The Wuhan institute of Iraq You have one job right Don't cause a global pandemic You'd think after the whole COVID thing Biden and Fauci would be like you know what you guys this is not for you This whole virology thing This is not for you Maybe you should study something a little more harmless The melting of ice at what would have you put salt in it or something that increased the fat the temperature may be that something a little less dangerous but viruses deadly pandemics definitely not your thing But Joe Biden was too concerned this weekend with a starting global World War three So we must have missed this story.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

06:12 min | 5 months ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I want to talk in this segment about the concept of natural law. And I want to do it by looking at an article, one of my favorite publications, the quarterly journal called first things, and the article is by POJ named David Novak. Who is a chair of Jewish studies at the university of Toronto. The article is called the bottom line. And it gets to the some of the conundrums around this concept of natural law, which I think a very illuminating. So Novak begins by talking about reading Martin Luther King's letter from the Birmingham jail. And he says what's really interesting here is that Martin Luther King is breaking a law. It's the segregation law of Birmingham. And yet Martin Luther King is arguing that he is right to do this. He's right to break the law. So David Novak raises the obvious question, how can you justify breaking a law? And Martin Luther King answer is, in effect, I'm breaking the law because the law itself is wrong. The law is unjust. So since the law is unjust, it is just to violate the law. Now, if I'm punished for doing that, so be it, but I am in the right and the law is in the wrong. This is king. It just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law of the law of God. So here's Martin Luther King saying in effect that there is a law above the law. Well, what law is that? A kind of a higher law. And this is a very direct appeal to natural law. The concept of natural law is nothing more than the idea of a higher law, a kind of a God given law, a law embedded. You may say in the code of nature itself and what king is saying is that our ordinary laws are positive laws, so called laws that are passed by legislatures and so on need to be judged themselves by this higher by this higher standard. King specifically appealed to Thomas Aquinas quoted Aquinas to this exact effect. Now, David Novak steps back from all this and he says, you know, it is true that people recognize that human laws can fall short. They're not, they don't always do the job that they're supposed to do. But they say like, why do we need to bring God into it? Like, what's God got to do with this? Why can't we just have human ideals that are sort of higher ideals? And we can judge or we can measure our laws by this kind of human. Idealistic standard that obviates makes unnecessary the need for some kind of appeal to a higher power. But David Novak argues that that doesn't really work. Because if you're going to judge a law and conclude that the law itself falls short, an ideal isn't going to be sufficient to do that. Because an ideal is nothing more than an aspiration. It's a feeling. I have my ideal as this. Your ideal is that. And if a law is passed through, let's just say a democratic process. And much as we object to the content of segregation laws, they were, in fact, passed by elected legislatures who decided this is how we want to do it. So there's a kind of democratic legitimacy to those laws. So does it make sense to say even though those laws were passed democratically through the legislature that somehow, well, we happen to have an ideal that trumps them. That doesn't really work. I agree, and David Novak says, look, the only way to find a law inadequate is if there is some kind of a higher law that, but then that Lorraine was the obvious question who made that law because clearly you don't have a Birmingham assembly passing that law. This higher law appears to be written in our conscience, you may say, embedded in our nature, but who is it source? And David Novak says, look, this the source has to be our creator. In fact, it doesn't even, and here I'm going beyond the realm of the article. It doesn't even make sense to say that this higher law is somehow a product of evolution, because evolution is a strategy for human reproductive survival and success. Evolution is a strategy for sort of making good and getting on in the world and of course leaving descendants. And there's absolutely no reason that evolution needs to produce. This kind of set of commandments, imperially delivered in a sense within us. Adam Smith sort of talks about he uses the phrase the impartial spectator. It's almost like we've got a little being inside of us. And every time we want to do X, there's a voice in us that sort of says, wait a minute, a hold on, or that's not right. And it speaks to us with this kind of unimpeachable moral authority. So David Novak then turns to his final point, which is that while these laws are identified in a war in a sense articulated by Jewish and then Christian thinkers and philosophers. David Novak says there's nothing particularly Jewish or Christian about them. In other words, these are universal laws. I mean, you can find a guy in Sri Lanka or a guy in Mogadishu or a guy, anywhere in the world, and they will have an in built sense of right and wrong. This sense of conscience is not something that is culturally particular. In some cases, it finds a culturally particular expression on a given issue, but the idea of conscience itself is not particular to individuals, and it's not particular to any particular religious tradition. In other words, the American founders were right when they spoke about the laws of nature and nature's God..

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 5 months ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

"I want to talk in this segment about the concept of natural law. And I want to do it by looking at an article, one of my favorite publications, the quarterly journal called first things, and the article is by POJ named David Novak. Who is a chair of Jewish studies at the university of Toronto. The article is called the bottom line. And it gets to the some of the conundrums around this concept of natural law, which I think a very illuminating. So Novak begins by talking about reading Martin Luther King's letter from the Birmingham jail. And he says what's really interesting here is that Martin Luther King is breaking a law. It's the segregation law of Birmingham. And yet Martin Luther King is arguing that he is right to do this. He's right to break the law. So David Novak raises the obvious question, how can you justify breaking a law? And Martin Luther King answer is, in effect, I'm breaking the law because the law itself is wrong. The law is unjust. So since the law is unjust, it is just to violate the law. Now, if I'm punished for doing that, so be it, but I am in the right and the law is in the wrong. This is king. It just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law of the law of God. So here's Martin Luther King saying in effect that there is a law above the law. Well, what law is that? A kind of a higher law. And this is a very direct appeal to natural law. The concept of natural law is nothing more than the idea of a higher law, a kind of a God given law, a law embedded. You may say in the code of nature itself and what king is saying is that our ordinary laws are positive laws, so called laws that are passed by legislatures and so on need to be judged themselves by this higher by this higher standard.

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How Can You Justify Breaking the Law?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 5 months ago

How Can You Justify Breaking the Law?

"I want to talk in this segment about the concept of natural law. And I want to do it by looking at an article, one of my favorite publications, the quarterly journal called first things, and the article is by POJ named David Novak. Who is a chair of Jewish studies at the university of Toronto. The article is called the bottom line. And it gets to the some of the conundrums around this concept of natural law, which I think a very illuminating. So Novak begins by talking about reading Martin Luther King's letter from the Birmingham jail. And he says what's really interesting here is that Martin Luther King is breaking a law. It's the segregation law of Birmingham. And yet Martin Luther King is arguing that he is right to do this. He's right to break the law. So David Novak raises the obvious question, how can you justify breaking a law? And Martin Luther King answer is, in effect, I'm breaking the law because the law itself is wrong. The law is unjust. So since the law is unjust, it is just to violate the law. Now, if I'm punished for doing that, so be it, but I am in the right and the law is in the wrong. This is king. It just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law of the law of God. So here's Martin Luther King saying in effect that there is a law above the law. Well, what law is that? A kind of a higher law. And this is a very direct appeal to natural law. The concept of natural law is nothing more than the idea of a higher law, a kind of a God given law, a law embedded. You may say in the code of nature itself and what king is saying is that our ordinary laws are positive laws, so called laws that are passed by legislatures and so on need to be judged themselves by this higher by this higher standard.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"And you found a number of deleted web pages which seemed to indicate that we do have at least some working relationship with Ukrainian bio labs over in Ukraine Can you tell us what the story said Why you think it matters And I think most importantly why the panic by the left and the media If it's an innocent explanation it's an instrument explanation right I mean why the panic Sure well almost any time that you see the mainstream media working in lockstep with fact checkers to kind of preempt a story from becoming just that a big story You can always tell that that means there's something there There's something to look into So my interest was certainly peak to look into these existence of bio labs particularly bioweapons or at least formerly bioweapons facilities existing in Ukraine So there is an article that was actually cross posted to kind of a quarterly journal that's put out by a counter proliferation center that's under a branch of the United States Air Force but the original article that was posted in this magazine has since been deleted from the outlet that the author first wrote it and so as someone who covered the Wuhan institute of virology and COVID-19 very closely it's always a telltale sign when you start to see a sort of cover up and web pages disappearing that there's something more to look into right Right So this lab it turns out it's based in Odessa And it actually was the efforts of someone you may know a former president actually Barack Obama in tandem with one other senator from Indiana to help get funds specifically U.S. taxpayer funds coming from the Department of Defense To go overseas to Ukraine to help kind of at least they euphemized to say reform a lot of these former Soviet controlled labs that now are still in Ukraine

Natalie Winters Uncovers Deleted Pages, Ties U.S. To Ukranian Biolabs

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Natalie Winters Uncovers Deleted Pages, Ties U.S. To Ukranian Biolabs

"And you found a number of deleted web pages which seemed to indicate that we do have at least some working relationship with Ukrainian bio labs over in Ukraine Can you tell us what the story said Why you think it matters And I think most importantly why the panic by the left and the media If it's an innocent explanation it's an instrument explanation right I mean why the panic Sure well almost any time that you see the mainstream media working in lockstep with fact checkers to kind of preempt a story from becoming just that a big story You can always tell that that means there's something there There's something to look into So my interest was certainly peak to look into these existence of bio labs particularly bioweapons or at least formerly bioweapons facilities existing in Ukraine So there is an article that was actually cross posted to kind of a quarterly journal that's put out by a counter proliferation center that's under a branch of the United States Air Force but the original article that was posted in this magazine has since been deleted from the outlet that the author first wrote it and so as someone who covered the Wuhan institute of virology and COVID-19 very closely it's always a telltale sign when you start to see a sort of cover up and web pages disappearing that there's something more to look into right Right So this lab it turns out it's based in Odessa And it actually was the efforts of someone you may know a former president actually Barack Obama in tandem with one other senator from Indiana to help get funds specifically U.S. taxpayer funds coming from the Department of Defense To go overseas to Ukraine to help kind of at least they euphemized to say reform a lot of these former Soviet controlled labs that now are still in Ukraine

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:16 min | 1 year ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"You have Dr Wendy Walsh with you and we are talking about men's dating profiles because this is dating Sunday where there's more traffic on those dating. Absent any other day of the year and Zach have I've been giving you good advice. I believe it is a lot of guys don't think about these things because it's like an unconscious swipe, and I know that some of what I've been saying and will say sound superficial because it's supposed to be. It's just supposed to be the first layer of getting somebody to check you out. It's not about relationship skills and developing a close bond. I'll get you with that later. Right now. We just need some matches. You can start chatting with the ladies. Okay, So, according to science, here's what the data says on what women like to swipe on. Number six look Successful. Now, remember, I said, be clear about your mate status, which is Don't date out of your league. Just be who you are. On the other hand, women also like to be aspirational with men. So I don't care if you're a Caltrans worker. If you're a plumber, if your electrician's and I see you all on those dating acts, you look great in your casual clothes and your uniform. That just have one shot where you look a little higher class, so put on a suit. I don't care if it was the picture from your friend's wedding. Women love that If you want to look one class up, and you don't have a house or an apartment that exemplifies that go stand in front of some classical columns at a museum. Or sit in a nice car, even if it's at a car show funny story to tell you. So I told you that I met my boyfriend on Bumble about five months ago, and he had a picture sitting in this old tiny car and it was real stumbling block for me. I want to be honest, I was just kind of like, what is that his car Well come to find out. It's like this really rare antique classic a Porsche 9 14 from like 1969 or something, and it's really hard to find so he thought it would impress all the women. It would impress all the men who are car guys, but I didn't get it. I was like it's just an old car. So think about it before you do that, Um Okay. Interesting enough, ladies. If you're listening when the tables are turned what science shows is that women don't rank women higher status when they are looking Rich, and they look unattainable to man right. So being higher status doesn't help women. I know it's not fair. I didn't say it was fair. All right Number seven. Take some physical risks and take a picture of it. Rock climbing, surfing, high speed cycling. Taking a tight corner on a motorcycle. All those pictures are all over the men's dating apps, by the way, Um, this was a study, published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology found that women like it when a man takes physical risk because it's associated with hunting and gathering. Remember these air unconscious processes. We don't need you to go out and kill an animal for our dinner. But our ancestors did. So those reflexes lie in our psychology, right? So show yourself doing something outrageous. Oh, I love this. This is a new study Number eight. Show your scars, huh? Uh, yeah. So apparently men with mild facial scars, uh, need not worry because women will find them very attractive. This study was published in personality and individual differences. It confirmed that women found men with Photo realistic non severe facial scarring very attractive. Interestingly enough, they preferred them more for short term flings like this car means you're a bit of a bad boy. You can convert that, okay. She might click on you for a short term fling. Then you just show her your heart of gold and you're good communication skills, and she'll go okay. He's actually for a long term relationship. That is a female mating strategy. Well, it's actually all genders is that we have some short term relationships and we go for certain kinds of people. For those then for long term relationships. We look for other kinds of people. Okay, number nine. Resent open body language. This is a study out of Princeton University, and it showed that postural expansiveness So you see on men's bro Father, like a stand. They just hike to the top of the mountain and their arms up in the air. Like their godlike love those shots. Women go crazy for those or even just, you know, open expanded chests, open palms, proud posture Just look proud and open. We don't like guys that are shrunken in that air slumping that are closed off when you have this open body language, spread it guys right now Stand wherever you are. Stand up as tall as you can. Take your arms palms forward out to your side like tutta. Don't you feel more confident just from doing that, right? They say women are supposed to do the wonder woman pose to feel more confident. We put our fists on our hips and we stand super tall and ladies just want to do that right before a job interview makes you very confident So anyway, do one of those shots present open body language. And finally that the data but only if you can pull it off. Be funny. There have been so many studies shown that women love humorous guys, because humor is linked to intelligence and women like smart men. Now don't try to be funny in your profile if you're not So you might want to try the joke out on a whole bunch of people before you type it into your profile. But we do swipe right? More often on funny guys. Little extra here. Dark hair gets more swipes than blondes in the male category. With women. It is just the opposite. And because I've given so much attention to male profiles, I'm gonna end. Giving one tip for women. Where less makeup Study in the quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology shows that most men like a lot less makeup than the ladies are putting on Oh, and one other positive strategy. If you have a higher voice, ladies or.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"That overall they worked less. They spent thirty six point four hours a week working on average before the pandemic compared with thirty two hours of only during the pandemic resonate. You nine seven. Do you find yourself working more or less as we're all working on court time nights seven out of three five three thirteen ten dropped me attacks that three one nine nine six now. One explanation for this apparent contradiction is that employees might be working their traditional commuting time but taking more breaks during the day perhaps because of responsibilities such as a child care now. This is kind of interesting. There was a study not are studied your but another study. No shortage of studies to be sure published in the quarterly journal of business in Twenty fourteen and nicholas bloom is an economist at stanford university he contributed to that researchers actually followed employees of something called c. trip. This is a large chinese travel agency for nine months to see whether employees would work from home or shirk from home in that experiment. Five hundred call centre. Employees were randomly assigned to work in the office. Another five hundred were randomly assigned to work from home. Guess what the performance of those working from home actually increased thirteen percent. Dr blum said. They were logged onto their computers longer. They process calls more quickly. Their success rates were nearly identical encouraged by these results travel agency very quickly and this is pre covid offered the option to work from home to all of its employees and saw performance actually increase more than twenty percent now in the. Us opines the wall street journal. It isn't clear to what extent working from home will persist. I think it's pretty clear. Don't you but in a follow up. Study dr bloom and his colleagues estimated that post pandemic about twenty percent of workdays will be spent at home compared with five percent before the pandemic so will working from home stick and a few found yourself in that situation over the past eight or nine months. And if you about it. Is it working out for you. I mean it was kind of a revolutionary shift right but if you adapted to it and do you find that you're working more. Do you find that you're more productive. Well cornyn dr bloom with his stick. Our view yes not totally but yes because must firms indeed want to get their employees ease back and sadly even if a portion of the workforce remains remote. That option isn't available to all employees. Six thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten k. A. dot com..

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better

"Drone on and on and with it the continuing uncertainty finding places of pieces becoming all important focus of life for many of us I. . Think. . In I shared with you in the previous episode that I've committed to a more consistent daily meditation practice as a way to take positive action rather than focus on all that is wrong in our country in the world. . And the other thing I did was to reach out to my teacher and friend Greg Creech. One . of the leading authorities on Japanese psychology to talk with me on this podcast episode about uncertainty and transitions. . When we talked on the phone about what advice sir practice he could offer to podcast listeners as we whether this time of great uncertainty he said something that really struck me. . He said it's not a mass issue. . It's your personal situation and attachment, , and then he went on to say that everyone is dealing with losses but ultimately, , it's an individual thing. . and. . So with that brief lead in I want to welcome greg to this podcast once again. . Hi, Greg , thanks so much for joining me. . Are Wendy thank you for having me. . It's nice to talk to you again. . Okay. . So Great <hes> I would like us to focus <hes> much of the conversation today and I think I mentioned this when we talked on one of your recent articles coping in the garden of uncertainty. . And also, , if we have any time left, , maybe you could talk about your recent series focused on the challenges post posed by this a pandemic, , which was <hes> life not on hold right is that correct? ? That's correct. . I though, , if you could unpack what I just shared from our recent conversation which I hope I quoted you correctly even if you remember what you said <hes> it's not a massive issue at your personal situation, an , attachment and then everyone is dealing with losses but ultimately, , it's an individual thing. So . can you talk more about those concepts Greg? ? First of I do think that it's an unusual situation because in terms of the pandemic <hes> that <hes> the whole world. . Is <hes> suffering from this <hes> and obviously Some people are suffering in different ways or more or less but but <hes> we out all are exposed to the situation and. . and. . So I'm not trying to suggest that that there. . Is Anything but a global. . Threat to our lives into our health and <hes> but I think in terms of how we cope with it. . It it really is very much an individual issue has to do with our own practice. . It has do with what presses are buttons <hes>. . It has to do with what <hes>. . <hes>. . We. . Miss that gives us a sense of impatience and agitation because we have such a strong desire to have X. and we can't have it right now because the conditions of of our lives in the world. . So in that sense, , our ability to work with the situation to cope with it. . To find a way to accept what we can't change for example. . Though those kinds of things that are coming up our individual issues and the kinds of things that will which your buttons or agitate you or. . Frustrate you. . At an extreme are probably not necessarily the things that are going to have that effect on me but I have my own things <hes> and so to that extent, , the the. . Solutions that were looking for while we can talk about vaccine as a solution to medical problem but the solution to our practical and spiritual issues that we're facing in our own minds really is a question of of coping with that as an individual and I think of it similarly when I think of coping with the issue of death. . All right. . Right. . That <hes>. . We we all will die <hes>. . It's a given but <hes>. . But how we die in how we face in cope with our own individual death is something that we can't share with anybody else right it's something that we have to work with. . As individual. . And I think net sense the situation we find ourselves in now. . Is is somewhat parallel to that. . Yeah that is that's really

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Of a retirement plan for nine many of you have your retirement funds a verbal products in other words products that are at risk there is a market loss for many years conventional wisdom in America has taught those saving for retirement to build up a big pile of money before they retire there's nothing on wise about that idea by itself the problem is what people have been taught to do with that pile of money traditionally financial planners for their clients on a plan so that by the time they retire they'll be able to withdraw four percent of their policy money to live off of the theory is if you don't draw more out more than four percent of your money your problem money should last you the rest of your life sounds reasonable right build up a pile of money take out only four percent a year than hopefully your withdrawals will be offset by some amount of growth in your investments and the money will last you the rest of your life unfortunately this theory is only a theory and just like all ferries is based on assumptions if your financial adviser is point on your retirement based on the four percent theory they're assuming the rate of growth inflation and fees might not represent reality for example what if you're drawing out four percent and experience of forty percent loss in your verbal retirement accounts what if fees go up just like verbal investments avarice so does this sound of planning that is use with those products would you rather have planning based on guarantees a set of assumptions how about a guarantee of a bonus on your money of up to ten percent or about a guarantee of your income account value going up eight percent for the purpose of receiving guaranteed lifetime income how about the guarantee that your principal returns will never decrease due to market losses guarantees are what you can count on and we all know what some sins are for if you'd like to learn more offered free smart money but at eight seven seven five one radio again our number is eight seven seven five one seven two three four six there is no cost or obligation let's go back to the four percent withdrawal thirty conventional wisdom is based on fact in the investment world in fact is rarely wise it was not long ago the conventional wisdom so that you can count on average growth of ten percent in the stock market is that believable today absolutely not there is a very long list of assumptions of financial planners Mike they're being tested today with regard to the four percent rule in October two thousand eleven article on CBS moneywatch said that a four percent withdrawal rate may be too high for today's retirees in that article the quarterly journal of financial planning study by white file PhD in the study was evidence of the four percent rule cannot be counted upon this study was based on historical results in the stock market and include extensive backtesting when different stock bond allocations the results were shocking to many financial planners and show that the safe withdrawal rate at times is under two percent that means if you had a million dollars at the most you can pull out in a year would be twenty thousand in order for the average person not to outlive their money what's even worse is that the study did not even close the fees that every investor has for investing a verbal products once you factor in the fees which can count to more than three percent becomes very clear while four percent withdrawal rate may be too much today I've thrown a lot of numbers at you this is something I try not to do on my radio show because frankly I find it to be boring sometimes however I have no choice many brokers out there telling you that your money will last you the rest of your life based on what drawing four percent of our account value today I felt inclined to show you how this is not something you can count on would you rather count on guarantees and assumptions would you rather have your retirement based upon an eight percent growth in a lifetime income account that can be used to.

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Two three four six there is no cost or obligation let's go back to the four percent withdrawal theory conventional wisdom is based on fact in the investment world in fact is rarely wise it was not long ago the conventional wisdom so that you could count on average growth of ten percent and the stock market is that believable today absolutely not there is a very long list of assumptions of financial planners Mike they're being tested today with regard to the four percent rule in October two thousand eleven article on CBS moneywatch said that a four percent withdraw rate may be too hot for today's retirees in that article the quarterly journal off financial planning study by white file PhD in the study was evidence of the four percent rule cannot be counted upon this study was based on historical results in the stock market and include extensive back testing with different stock bond allocations the results were shocking to many financial planners and showed that the safe withdrawal rate at times is under two percent that means if you had a million dollars at the most you could pull out in a year would be twenty thousand in order for the average person not to outlive their money what's even worse is that the study did not even close the fees at every investor has room best number will products once you factor in the fees which can count to more than three percent becomes very clear what four percent withdraw rate may be too much today thrown a lot of numbers at you this is something I try not to do on my radio show because frankly I find it to be boring sometimes however I have no choice many brokers out there telling you that your money will last for the rest of your life based on withdrawing four percent of our camp value today I felt inclined to show you how this is not something you can count on would you rather can on guarantees and assumptions would you rather have your retirement based upon an eight percent growth in a lifetime income account that can be used to.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Two three four six there is no cost or obligation let's go back to the four percent withdrawal theory conventional wisdom is based on fact in the investment world in fact is rarely wise it was not long ago the conventional wisdom so that you can count on average growth of ten percent in the stock market is that believable today absolutely not there is a very long list of assumptions of financial planners Mike they're being tested today with regard to the four percent rule in October two thousand eleven article in CBS moneywatch said that a four percent withdraw rate may be too hot for today's retirees in that article the quarterly journal off financial planning study by white file PhD in the study was evidence of the four percent rule cannot be counted upon this study was based on historical results in the stock market and include extensive back testing with different stock bond allocations the results were shocking to many financial planners and show that the safe withdrawal rate at times is under two percent that means if you had a million dollars at the most you can pull out in a year would be twenty thousand in order for the average person not to outlive their money what's even worse is that the study did not even close the fees that every investor has from best number herbal products once you factor in the fees which can count to more than three percent becomes very clear what four percent withdraw rate may be too much today thrown a lot of numbers at you this is something I try not to do on my radio show because frankly I find it to be boring sometimes however I have no choice many brokers out there telling you that your money will last for the rest of your life based on withdrawing four percent of our camp value today I felt inclined to show you how this is not something you can count on would you rather Cano guarantees and assumptions would you rather have your retirement based upon an eight percent growth in a lifetime income account that can be used to.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

07:48 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Five delicious years of your magazine allow us to better get to know you please because congratulations on your new post you here yes you have a wonderful history with civil war I know you started your career there which proves that good things do come full circle right the it might take twenty five years well you know patience patience is everything right yeah I was fresh out of college twenty two years old when I started out so for the magazine that not yet launched and I was the receptionist all around gal Friday and a descent toward the kale and the founding editor in chief I I was really there when ever was dreamed up out of thin air and lines and got to watch and listen and learn Dorothy in Coleman injuries and Christopher her Scheimer the three key founders but that first issue together and I stuck around for for eight years I really I think that my my twenties working for these great people and and you've come back now and you are doing beautiful work a lot has happened since nineteen ninety four I'm a whole heck of a lot right on and yet I guessing is continue to evolve but then the big names that you just mentioned are ours still influencing all of us in this beautiful gastronomic world that we live in absolutely I can't tell you when I arrived here started working here in the summer the summer every time I talk to a shop or talk to a few writer they would say you know Christopher her Scheimer what was it like working with Coleman what was Dorothy like back then and I realized that maybe to every single person on the street they are huge name but to serious foodies there sort of the ultimate insider's insider yeah and and real heroes and still actively participating in the third world and I think it's quite extraordinary they are celebrating your twenty fifth anniversary this is quite an issue to lead with Sarah grey I mean set your sights high data rates I twenty five years later and I just happened to my first a hero is the twenty fifth anniversary issue and how lucky I was I stayed in touch with these people in nineteen ninety three ninety four and they immediately all I had to do with email had to pick up the phone and every single person that I worked with happily contributed Dorothy wrote a beautiful essay on how the world of food has changed over the past twenty five years Coleman wrote about what it was like to launch server what they were thinking at that time we have a great feature on Christopher she and Melissa Hamilton he used to be the tactician director at server just opened believe it or not their first restaurant yes and your date I cannot wait to go I'm dying to go we'll get to that we have to talk about the space is that beautiful if the net on believe of all that talk about a dream space a dream location and maybe because they waited that long you know it's so funny they act like everything is no big deal Christopher Malek digested Christopher's middle name should be what this whole thing right shot shows that you mean we should let's talk about it will do again because they the magazine is a is a plethora of inspiration and insight and there's so much I want to make the restaurant that you're speaking about is called can now house station right and Iraq after decades of work the founding food editor and the former test kitchen director of civil war have opened a restaurant that is so true to who and what they are I want to sleep there on the net in the picture I mean that is just a luscious space and what I love and it's so true they are nothing's over decorated nothing's number the top it feels like it's been there for ever and again if that thing that they do they never let their efforts show but don't be fooled every decision is so well thought out what it out I should point out you know right off the bat that the restaurant called can now station yes but at the restaurant is situated in an old train station a late eighteen hundreds train station in Milford New Jersey up until this point they launched their offenses the fat lip September August September October they sort of soft launch that but they have published a series of quarterly journal called canal health class they have a blog they have photographs dialed the recipes for the cookbooks and just about everyone you can thank god Alan water Julia child when she was still alive and that they have become the the stars in the world but unless you were a shop invited there go hang out in their studio or unless you were lucky enough to work with them at that back in the nineties as I did you never had the opportunity to actually eat something that they cut so this news the fact that they've done that is it is incredibly exciting and I think it's sort of shocked even them always sort of Christopher is always love to kind of just hang out a little behind the scenes charm and I loved it I said what what made you do this and some of it was the space but she also said so Christopher he just said you know we have a miss people you know just kind of an end to make sure so we thought we'd put parsnip puree and roasted duck legs with apples and onions on the menu and let me tell you I will gladly fly to New Jersey for that you've generously share the recipe to that effort generously shared the rest yes and it's in the magazine in the winter issue that is one of the most beautifully rustic yet elegant dishes I can't think of anything else I would rather make can I tell you that is my favorite photograph and the entire issue stunning and Christopher shot at herself and that's how they are you know they developed the recipe they write the recipes a style the food they sell the prop they take the picture themselves that is the most most humane mouthwatering picture and the whole magazine I have to agree on my mouth did water though I got very thirsty as I thumbed through the first few pages and came upon the article I hope I'm pronouncing it properly I will admit to my ignorance and not knowing anything about gin Naver you've got the pronunciation right and you're in good company or at least in the company of the editor third server I had never heard of that okay so this is a revelation very good learning if you could please pause there when we come back more on the celebration of twenty five years of civil war magazine chef Jamie Gwen in your radio be right back it was.

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Welcome to culture crash where we examine American culture what's new and old and entertain back in two thousand author Dave Eggers became a cult hero with his memoir titled a heartbreaking work of staggering genius in it he chronicled the death of both his parents and his role stewarding his younger brother in their absence Eggers is also the co founder of mixed Sweeney's a nonprofit publisher that is known for its literary fiction quarterly journal and has written an interesting collection of fiction and non fiction in the ensuing years in two thousand five he was named to time magazine's most influential person is two thousand twelve novel hologram for the king was a finalist for the National Book Award and his merry at other books have been shortlisted and won prizes across the country throughout his career Eggers has pushed the boundaries of writing and no book better illustrates his desire to innovate then his two thousand fourteen novel your father's where are they and the profits do they live forever it's a book that consists only of dialogue each line is introduced with a single dash and while it sounds complicated the form actually makes it very straight forward and easy to follow it's a revenge fantasy ethical debate featuring an unreliable main character who keeps kidnapping people your father's where are they and the profits do they live forever is a fascinating and challenging book it certainly won't be for everyone but it's a provocative quick read and it's unlike anything else I've ever read coming from an author with a pedigree like occurs it's definitely worth reading and discussing I'm Evan Ross it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or E. P. I may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away buddy P. I can show up with even one symptom the good news API's manageable but to get to the right diagnosis you have to break it down for your doctor and get specific about the severity of your symptoms.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Three four six there is no cost or obligation let's go back to the four percent withdrawal thirty conventional wisdom is based on fact in the investment world in fact is rarely wise it was not long ago the conventional wisdom so that you could count on average growth of ten percent in the stock market is that believable today absolutely not there is a very long list of assumptions of financial planners Mike they're being tested today with regard to the four percent rule in October two thousand eleven article on CBS moneywatch said that a four percent withdraw rate may be too hot for today's retirees in that article the quarterly journal off financial planning study by white file PhD in the study was evidence of the four percent rule cannot be counted upon this study was based on historical results in the stock market and include extensive back testing with different stock bond allocations the results were shocking to many financial planners and show that the safe withdrawal right at times is under two percent that means if you had a million dollars at the most you could pull out in a year would be twenty thousand in order for the average person not to outlive their money what's even worse is that the study did not even close the fees that every investor has room best number herbal products once you factor in the fees which can count to more than three percent becomes very clear what four percent withdraw rate may be too much today I found a lot of numbers at you this is something I try not to do on my radio show because frankly I find it to be boring sometimes however I have no choice many brokers out there telling you that your money will last for the rest of your life based on what drawing four percent of our camp value today I felt inclined to show you how this is not something you can count on would you rather can on guarantees and assumptions you rather have your retirement based upon an eight percent growth in a lifetime income account that can be used to.

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"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

10:06 min | 3 years ago

"quarterly journal" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"Been coloring. My hair for years loses fast. Forward that a bunch of years later and now they're saying Joe Biden. You're not welcomed. Yeah we won't see you in the White House. Thank God trump by the way in Chicago last week. They were protesting And actually they booed him at the At the world series game in Washington. There's a real shocker. So because I think trump was by the way I am telling you what he went down these statistics and he just lambasted the former mayor. The current police chief the current mayor. It's an absolute disaster that we played a couple of weeks ago the clip of the people in the The the Common Council meeting the same. Please don't raise our taxes again please. Can you just please please sign something to cut the hosting. They weren't listening like okay. We're GONNA raise your taxes just about just about a matter of how much so. So trump is beating up on the Eddie Johnson the police chief and he and he should have been there. No doubt about it but I believe it's a police. Chief that has accurately accurately said repeatedly Li listen. We know who these people are. It's not so much the police chief. I don't WanNa put this update police chief. This is our ship this is on the prosecutors. That refused to prosecute these people so the police go out near us. Thirteen thousand shootings. They've had this year. According to trump reported thought like eighteen hundred murders others. It's amazing how come that's not report it in fact every Saturday thousand thirteen thousand crazy shooter. Yeah People's thirteen thousand people shot Chicago. We should start doing every Saturday. How do we do a radio show? We should start the show by doing for previous weekend's Chicago body cow because we used to and nobody's talking about that anymore. You know what I mean like no I agree. I think we'll talk about you. Know One one shooting somewhere because it fits the narrative where you know a a troubled white kid that somehow got his hands on a gun. Then you find out later that he wasn't really right wing kid and he you know he bought the gun legally and and you know I should not have been able to buy the guy but we never updated anything in the in the background. Check system and Blah Blah Blah. But if it fits the narrative that's all over the place right every single night blood in the streets and nobody cares this crazy crazy with this including by the way including them including up the president comes into town and they're doing the press. What are you putting the president for the lookit good old Baba has been an advantage? Buddies have been in charge of the city for decades right. And you're happy with that. You're happy with the violence industry. You're happy with the thirty percent graduation. Asian rates in the inner city schools. There is that that's that's a teachers. Strike the teachers are on strike. Let's it's never going to get fixed until it goes bankrupt. You mentioned number to get fixed until it goes bankrupt. Let me just pivot for a second. I want to mention this because this is really important. And and we'RE NOT GONNA Have Tundra. We talk about this. Maybe we can talk about this a bit on the radio show upcoming weekend or or next next week. Teacher's Union now training members to use identity politics in the classroom. If I serious article and you read this it would make you throw up on your shoes. I mean I'm telling you what If there anybody who you know keep a close eye on your kids folks if they're in public school and they're learning and those public schools because the American Federation of Teachers Not Some League Rinky-dink Spinoff Union the American Federation of Teachers. The Nation's second largest teacher's Union took pages in its quarterly journal the American educator to instruct members to incorporate liberal ideology in classroom teaching so that goes on the you know they took writings from you know Communist in here if you others. They talk about In this report that they put in this is publications they put out to all. The teachers The college fix pointed out that forty four page page issue included thirteen reference tolerance fifteen to equality. Thirty two racial identity thirty-three to racism thirty forty diversity. Thirty nine discrimination should fifty two to prejudice fifty four to hate seventy nine identity and one hundred to two bias. That's how many times they mentioned pointing out those words inside of this particular and now the now the state of New York they're taking over the school boards as well so it's right exactly. Yeah there's this all you if you missed this by the way folks New York state now and this is probably going to happen. I'm Guests across the country. The teachers unions have realized that you know. Why do we need this whole check and balance saying nobody comes out for school board elections anyways? What they've done in places like like New York because they have craftily put the school board? Elections is far away from the general election. Possibly do it like may rise. Nobody's paying attention. They usually get right like less first and ten percent turnout right. That's what the school. What what the Teacher's Union has figured out is that well? We'll just pull field. Our own. Candidates will support them financially. Nobody could compete us. Go a little old school board member. That's going to try to run the beginning. The school board doesn't have the kind of resources that we do. So we'll just lost our own candidates. We'll we'll put our own candidates on the school board and now we'll have our own Handpick candidates no buffalo doing this for years. Now it's spreading to places like sweet home in Amherst. So now they'll have their own the handpicked you board members to negotiate the contracts with when it comes time to their raises and benefits. It's the criminals in charge of the of the prison. Exactly what you're doing. You won't see that. By the way in states like Florida taxes will fight right. The conservative states will fight that. But you know the liberal states like the left-wing states like you know of course New York Illinois that's right Illiinois New Jersey California. That's why I continue to say until they go bankrupt until Ah till they actually really truly run out of other people's money and the debt gets called. It won't stop. It will continue the insanity continue. And you'd think there's no way but but it you just pick it. I mean you would think in the school systems. Inner City School Systems. I would think that if I found out my kids were going to a school and there. It was a very high probability that less than half of them graduate that they have a lesson fifty percent chance of getting out of that school. There'd be no way in Hell. I'm sending my kids to that. That's cool but yet they do. And they continue to support the same policies and now fight for more of the same. It's like the graduation. Rates went from ninety percent to eighty eighty. We want more of its eighty to seventy. We want more of fifty two thirty. We want more of it. That's right well. They of course a little bit better. I gotta say there's a lot of folks in the inner city that are clamoring to get their kids into private schools or to charter charter school. Because in New York City. And you see this. That's right. There is thousand plus people long waiting lists these parents are it whether it be inner city or not it could be could hardly or another shame. Shame talk we're spending the city of Buffalo Twenty seven twenty eight thousand dollars a kid and there's a waiting list for a school that we could open up and very easily run for fourteen fifteen fifteen thousand dollars a kit or less. We say we could save all kinds of money and we'll get a much better education and they just refused to do it Let's Tesla by the way Tesla Eli. I mosque new. Solar City faced a liquidity crisis at the time of the two thousand sixteen deal. When does the SEC get involved with this guy yes? He's shopping forum. I mean I hate eight to say it but let's be honest here. That was look in frazier request. It should be public information as these are publicly. Traded companies when when Tesla woah publicly traded company bought out solar city public traded company. People requested the data and some boast of it was redacted. There was no reason for the. SEC is so heavily redacted document that is should be information for anyone to seats. Outrageous flew on Wall Street by the way doesn't eventually punish the stock. I mean really really really punish it to the point where it's worth a buck share. Something right I mean you and I were running a company like this and time and time again the. SEC was knocking at our door and by the way they found out that we've purchased a company that we knew was in a liquidity crisis but yet head it sealed the information that stock would open up down seventy five percent the first day. David don't get it. I don't get it before we go before we View the podcast. We gotta talk a little about this clip from Akasha Cortazar. Because you know we talked about the you know the the black community and everything else and we never yeah. This is really shocking. So so Soderbergh Berg and now he used to be the liberals favor right because he was suppressing conservative information. This clown Akasha Cortez. She's asking well how how come you don't you know How come you guys don't monitor for fake news? I'm thinking to myself honey. Half the stuff on right facing untrue untrue untrue he still he still by the way a liberal but as we've pointed out Rightfully so by the way about six to eight months ago We call this that they would start start eating their own now. They're starting to eat their own right because he's not because he's posting a little bit of the right wing. Conservative stuff is getting through their outraged. Yeah so let's play this clip. So she's talking about you know I'll I'll actually back it up a little bit so we can get a little bit of context. Because I don't WanNa start right where it is but eventually she asked a question about what if you could a political operative advertising a certain way. Oh you mean like the climate change folks that make up the you know. The polar caps melting of the polar bears going on there but only play available or the what about the diseases that we're gonNA uncover melting cosigner. No scientist ever actually found any diseases being scientists. Worry which ones because I haven't heard a single or how or how about when you acted like the kids were in the cage. But they actually really weren't right but but she forgot to play the video of the rats falling out of the ceiling district. She lives on the schools posted that one facebook was my hi Yvonne..

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