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Washington, DC to Open Indoor Pools, Rec Centers Under Strict Safety Protocols

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:38 sec | Last week

Washington, DC to Open Indoor Pools, Rec Centers Under Strict Safety Protocols

"Waiting waiting waiting to to to use use use D. D. D. C's C's C's pools pools pools or or or fitness fitness fitness center center center as as as well. well. well. You can. But first you need to get a reservation. DC. Department of Parks and Recreation will be opening fitness centers and lap pools beginning on October 13th But with new rules first, you must have a reservation, which could be booked up to seven days out. Already, thousands of reservations have been made for opening week. But there are some slots still available. A reservation means 45 minutes of swimming or workout time, and you could only book one. Today four per week. An important note is that the locker rooms and changing areas are closed. So you have to show up and leave in your swimming or workout attire and masks must be worn except when you're swimming. Michelle

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What a census bureau report says about widening income gap

Clark Howard Show

06:42 min | 2 weeks ago

What a census bureau report says about widening income gap

"I have been. So distressed about Census Bureau report came out from the Commerce Department weeks ago that I just keep. Running over in my mind. And it's a report based on what's happened to People's finances? Pre Corona virus, and it looked at a ten year period. basically the decade of the tens. And found that. Roughly and GonNa be rough numbers here. Eighty percent of Americans. Have less purchasing power. Now and this pre when people's incomes got. Slice back. Grown virus. Less income now effectively been a decade before. Now this is. On multiple levels. Because oh nine. WAS WHEN The great recession technically ended and people's incomes rose fairly nicely from then. Through the rest of the housing bust and forward. And for people eighty percent of people. To essentially have their dollar, not carry them as far. As what it did a decade before. Is a serious serious. Economic and political issue for the United States you know when people were polled in dead matter where they are in the political spectrum there polled. On whether they feel the country's going in the right direction or the wrong direction, it doesn't matter if they're left right or centre they say we're going the wrong way. And it's because people are frustrated. That life is financially as more of a struggle for them had been. We got to fix this. And we're going to find that with people being polarized politically. That the things people are turning towards. Or, going. To, be Tax candid policies and stuff like that and. The reality is. We've got somewhere twenty, twenty, five percent of Americans somewhere in that number depending on how their surveyed. That are running away from the rest. Of the American people. Income Wise. We have a big big problem with wealth being very heavily concentrated. Among the very, very, very elite of us. And then you move down several rungs of that. To the top twenty or twenty, five percent, and that's where all the growth and income. Net growth and income has been flowing. The problem is. The economy has become. Overwhelmingly, what's known as a knowledge knowledge-based economy? That the skills you have the training you have. Determine the. Kind of money you'RE GONNA make. In. America, it's very rare anymore that just through. Hard work and effort. Somebody can do just fine. That used to work for so much of our history but. The world economy has changed. And how people make money has changed. In so When I look at this from a truly economics only perspective. I believe that we need to really really focus in this country. On how to make sure the eighty percent of people that are falling behind economically. have an opportunity to achieve. And some of wet I'll tell you right now is stuff the if you've if you've listened to me for a long time, you already know what a strong believer I am in this that. Training and education now have to be. A ongoing lifelong pursuit. Because the mix of the workforce and the jobs in the workplace. Are Changing. It's such a significant rate where the jobs. A majority of jobs turn in less than twenty years. HOW PEOPLE IN MONEY? And we have an under utilized resource in the United States. And Its are state supported community college system. The states that seem to be doing the best. At connecting workers to high paying jobs. Are being very thoughtful about using. The educational resources of estate. To get people the skills they need. Historically community colleges have been looked at. As. A two year feet or to four year colleges, and so the first two years people are taking the pre recs the same as they would at a four year state university or often private university. I think we need to flip that model. And the community college system needs to be about teaching people. A WORKPLACE SKILL In those first two years. And only after that, what's now looked at pre recs? Becomes the source of education that people need clear marketable skills and training. Because education is the latter. That addresses ongoing training that addresses The problems in the labor market. And I know there's been all this talk about wiping out people, student loans and making four year college free and all that and that creates enormous class divisions in the United States. But. Something I believe we can get behind as a country. Is Making two years. Of Technical College. Or Community College free. After high school. And that all be market I skill. design.

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TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

Ask Me Another

06:27 min | 3 weeks ago

TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore

"Hello Lauren. Any. How was your week own? It's been a long everything. That's really doing that sounds. Yeah. Yeah, it's going well I. Think I've managed to somehow over extend myself which feels impossible. During that seems absolutely normal for you actually. This is the first week we were talking that some of us are putting on her calendar, our TV watching yes, like we're like tonight and. You know on the Google cal or whatever use a calendar I'm putting everything in my calendar and I do feel like I did commit to a few things because occasionally I wake up with this idea that I'm like, I'm going to do that and I'm GonNa try this show or whatever, and then at the end of the day you're like, what am I doing like I barely do any I've gotten those black bananas out of the freezer like six or seven. They fought and I've put them back. It's like the banana bread will come but who knows Asking taste so amazing when you finally get to it, it does the re the. Freezing I is really. Let them, go black and then thaw them and re freeze them several times. Stephanie, are you cooking? Are you doing any of the intense recipe? It's a balance of like how how responsible do we wanna be to all the people that are making these deliveries all the time. So you know abby self centered in order food every chance for yet at first it seemed like this going to last two weeks. Let's order pizza every night you know So we've definitely we've gotten some farm boxes. We've tried to do stuff with them and some have been hit some good Mrs. Yeah like too many turnips that kind of thing. Well, we got a box. It was like all of we had to look it up on the Internet and like try to figure out. As. It turned out to be watermelon, radish sprouts or something. So I an entire episode and a half of Rupaul drag race taking the little sprouts. The thing in the Brad made a salad and it was like just okay and our. See. Last me what's for dinner and I'm like, I, don't know. I don't want to be responsible for it. I know it's too much everybody I know is reading recipes. I. Am Reading Instructions on the back of a box. So let's go to your first game. Quiz called masked singers because these days everybody's wearing a mask but some musicians were way ahead of the curve I'm going to play you a clip of a musician who famously obscures their face and you're gonNa tell me who we are hearing and if you have no idea, you can make something up. And we're going to go back and forth learn this for you. Right. He's an Australian artist who often uses a large blonde wig to shield her face, and sometimes she tops with the boat. Yea. Tiffany this for you. Because this singer's voice sounded so much like. Many conspiracy theories emerged that Elvis was still alive and releasing music under this alias in the nineteen eighties. I will say it seemed as though he was leaning into the Elvis thing a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take multiple choice because I truly don't have a clue so I'm going to guess. Okay I'll give you the multiple choice. Was it a Orion be Bill Haley and his comets or see Jefferson starship? I think. Bill. Haley and his comments who is that? That's cool. Too. So cool incorrect. There was Orion. A Ryan yeah his. Belt. That's yeah. The very same. He were masquerade style mask. And during his time with the son record label, which was also eldest is label he made over eleven albums toured with Jerry Lewis Dionne Warwick. Documentary about his life in two thousand, fifteen called. The man who would be king so he really did lean into the Elvis thing that's how lauren the members of this French electronic duo appear onstage wearing helmets. I know I know I know. There's there's more there's more. And rarely give interviews. I know this is terrible but I'm going to need the multiple choice. Okay. Is it a the chemical brothers? The DAFT PUNK or C. LCD sound system it's Daft punk be that's right. Yes. I needed to hear it. I was because in my mind I was like is that no, it's not easy sound system I knew that but that's all it was coming into my head I'm so sorry husbands literally wearing his daft punk shirt today and then Lauren gets that question great. Yeah and that is a slap in the face it is. Straight up. Right up sloppy. Maybe. We'll come here. Stephanie. This electronic trio of musicians hails from Boise Idaho and first appeared on the scene in two thousand thirteen. I need the multiple choice. Sure. Was it. A Merlin's beard be broken WAN's or sea. Magic Sword. I don't know how permafrost. Hard you got hard ones Brogan wants sounds cool. I hope that's their name. The is cooler than their actual name. Best. Word. Chick Sore. Members perform wearing hooded close and fencing masks with glowing laser lines for is the third member of the band supplies projections. One of the band's members known as the keeper said that he came up with the idea while staying at a meditation retreat. That's where all good ideas come from. He said, he said day seven at dawn that this is what I wanted to do was the one constant in my life eighties epic

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World Leaders Address Collapse Of The Natural World At The U.N. Biodiversity Summit

Environment: NPR

02:10 min | 3 weeks ago

World Leaders Address Collapse Of The Natural World At The U.N. Biodiversity Summit

"While the US is still talking through last night's presidential debate. Nearly every other country is gathering digitally today to try to address a bigger challenge. The collapse of the natural world NPR's Nathan Rot reports that scores of countries are making new pledges to conserve nature but the US is not participating in two thousand, ten world leaders gathered in Japan to try and slow humanities rapid destruction of nature. They said twenty targets for the coming decade to slow extinction, protect wild spaces and limit pollution and development. Nearly every country in the world signed pledges ten years later. As yet been met Elizabeth Mirim Raimo is the assistant secretary general for the United Nations, and she's leading today's Convention on biodiversity. World leaders are setting new goals in the midst of a pandemic that says should serve as a warning to us all want to avoid another covid. Then we have to take action communist really was not their friends with says with with the boiler with HIV all these wacky signs. were either serve and protect that nature by it ever city aw it will make a Safa is we do not deforestation about diversity loss, increase the risk of pathogens jumping from animals to humans. It also puts humans at risk by eroding natural processes that we all rely on and Laurie Guidry is the executive secretary of the intergovernmental platform on biodiversity and. Ecosystem services capacity of forest who draw Kaban controlled climate other capacity of rivers to provide clean water. All of those have been strongly declining because of this binder REC- loss and lost she says is unsustainable. Rebecca shop chief scientists at the World Wildlife. Fund says there seems to finally be a growing recognition of that fact worldwide, we're seeing an intensity of insurance. Around doing things differently, the hope is that ten years, some of the promises being crafted made now will actually this time be carried out. A thin rods. NPR News.

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Georgia voters head to the polls for special election to fill John Lewis’s seat — temporarily

Herman Cain

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

Georgia voters head to the polls for special election to fill John Lewis’s seat — temporarily

"The special election to fill the late John Lewis's place in Congress. A slow but consistent number of voters coming out to the CT. Martin Rec Center on Il Killed MLK Drive this morning. The combination of a rainy day in a runoff election where the winner will only serve until January did not stop Mildred and Robert Byrd from coming out to vote to make sure that John Lewis's seat is filled. Congressman Lewis is tiring me. They need someone to feel it, so it was important for us to choose someone. Birds are also planning to head back out in a couple weeks to cast their ballots for the November 3rd election as well at the SETI Martin Recreation Center. Michelle right, 95.5 ws in depth coverage of

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Washington DC Will Reopen Recreation Centers, Indoor Pools This Fall

Rush Limbaugh

00:31 sec | 3 weeks ago

Washington DC Will Reopen Recreation Centers, Indoor Pools This Fall

"Schools as well as rec centers and city pools in the coming weeks. There are some schools in the District of Columbia that already have in person learning. 13 Mohr Coming darkness with D. C public schools proud to welcome students back on our campuses as select disappear. Schools beginning this week started Blue State High School D. C. School Chancellor Dr Lewis Fair be meanwhile, 29 recreation centers across the city will reopen on October 13th. As well as fixed indoor pools. Barbara Brit W M

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PlayVS Plans Canadian Expansion

The Esports Minute

01:42 min | Last month

PlayVS Plans Canadian Expansion

"The top news from this past week has come out of play versus the leading operator of Highschool eastwards events in North America has been incredibly busy leading into the school year since I had their vp of central operations on the podcast all of one week ago. and. You could find that show a futile this one by the way play versus has already announced two new initiatives. The first is that play versus is expanding beyond the US for the first time. Many of the top eastwards programs at university are in Canada including UPC definite leader in the space, and now play versus will also expanded Canada this school year players will operate Rec Leagues and Canadian High Schools and colleges in League of legends. Rocket leak and fortnight there won't be a separate division for Canada, schools will play alongside colleges, high schools across the US in. Play verses leaks, and as for what they'll be playing four play versus also announced an increase scholarship prize for twenty twenty. This year play versus will award over six hundred thousand dollars to winner eastwards competitions in high school, and they will also award additional three, hundred, thousand two winners of college events. Part of that money is coming from play versus numerous partnerships with game publishers play versus declined to provide the exact breakdown of where the money came from but it's safe to say it's a combination of papers, his own money and the developer support play versus provides the. League's in the developers games and developers help provide scholarships to the winners. It's a good situation for both sides booth prizes coming from DEB's at least in part prize payoff can fluctuate for night and just fall alone. We'll have over one hundred K. awarded scholarships right games. The is a huge game for play versus the company's partners also has its own college program called U., L. A. Wealth, bright awards, scholarships to they might have still provided someone to play versus. But again, I can see the breakdown

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Favorite TV Shows (MM #3469)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last month

Favorite TV Shows (MM #3469)

"The Maisonette with Kevin Nation. I spend a lot of time on the internet. Okay, probably too much time on the internet, but it's amazing what you can find when reading through Newsreaders. I mean you're going on with my credit or quora and just looking for information looking for details. And the one thing I keep saying has a lot of TV shows are constant topics of conversation and they're not t shows that are currently airing new episodes It's usually when they go into syndication or when they go into a streaming service like a Netflix or something like that all the time whenever I'm looking online. I see people talking about shows like Seinfeld which has been off the air for twenty years but shows like the office home parks and rec in The Big Bang Theory, they're always hot topics. They're always questionnaires or so on the other day. They ranked the smartest of actual actors on The Big Bang Theory based on their education and that's just really a click bait kind of off because really do you care if Johnny Galecki is smarter than Jim Parsons or Kaley Cuoco. Does it really matter in the big picture? If you ever deal with radio people you can talk to them about the TV show WKRP in Cincinnati forever and the most people doesn't even matter wage.

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Long Beach, New York, To Launch New Outdoor After-School Program In October

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:23 sec | Last month

Long Beach, New York, To Launch New Outdoor After-School Program In October

"Help young people explore nature during the pandemic, so it's offering special after school program starting next month. It's for people ages. 5 to 10, so little ones, and city officials say the classes will be socially distance. They start the week of October 6th at the Eldorado Nature Center, and the four week course costs $80 per child to sign up. You can contact a long beach parks and rec and Marine administration

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Philadelphia prepares to open student 'access centers'

KYW 24 Hour News

01:09 min | Last month

Philadelphia prepares to open student 'access centers'

"Year for Philadelphia school Children has begun is came. What abuse Mike DiNardo reports. The city tomorrow is opening. Its first phase of access centers were students can learn while their parents worked for low income caregivers who can't be home during the day for virtual learning. The city is opening the first group of 30. E one access centers sites where kids will be supervised as they log into school from rec centers, libraries in Philadelphia Housing Authority sites, Deputy Mayor Cynthia Figueroa says those centers are mostly full, she says the 31 sites can accommodate 800 students in grades K through six and 600 slots have been filled so far. Site staff one Sure the Children are long gone to their learning platform. Provide meals as well as enrichment activities. But Figueroa reminds parents he acts the center and not schools. They're not teachers physically on site. They're also not drop off centers, families have to pre register and meet eligibility requirements. Figueroa says. 1400 families have qualified so far, and after a second group of 46 centres opens in two weeks, she says the program will be able able to to serve serve 2200 2200 Children. Children. Mighty Mighty

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Philadelphia Opens First Access Centers For Students To Experience Some Normalcy

KYW 24 Hour News

01:08 min | Last month

Philadelphia Opens First Access Centers For Students To Experience Some Normalcy

"School year for for Philadelphia Philadelphia school school Children Children has has begun begun his his K K Y Y W W Spike Spike DiNardo DiNardo reports reports tomorrow, tomorrow, The The city city opens opens its its first first phase phase of of access access centers centers where where students students can can learn learn while while their their parents parents were were for for low low income caregivers who can't be home during the day for virtual learning. The city is opening the first group of 31 access centers sites where kids will be supervised as they log into school from rec centers. Libraries in Philadelphia Housing Authority sites, Deputy Mayor Cynthia Figueroa says those centers are mostly full She says the 31 sites can accommodate 800 students in grades K through six and 600 slots have been filled so far. Site staff one. Sure the Children are long gone to their learning platform, provide meals as well as enrichment activities. But Figueroa reminds parents he acts the center and not schools. They're not teachers physically on site. They're also not drop off centers. Families have to pre register and meet eligibility requirements. Figueroa says. 1400 families have qualified so far and after a second group of 46 centres opens in two weeks, she says the program will be able to serve 2200 Children.

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COVID-19 Learning Hubs

All Things Considered

04:18 min | Last month

COVID-19 Learning Hubs

"Over affluent parents organizing private learning pods. You have found that there's actually an alternative emerging for families who don't have the means to hire private nannies or tutors. Tell us about that alternative. Yes, So I've been tracking these all over the country in New York City's Amber disco to Memphis, Tennessee, and they're sometimes called learning Hubbs or learning labs. And these air being organized by cities themselves or by school districts offer groups of students a safe place to go during the day and help with remote learning and free WiFi, which a lot of families don't have. And what's really important is they're either free thes. Cubs or very low cost and subsidised for the families that need it. So what exactly do these learning labs heir Learning hubs look like It's it's combo school, plus aftercare yet, basically so these air, you know, obviously really small groups of kids that's important for Corona virus safety. The locations are ranging from, You know, a school building A Y M C. A. A library. Some organizations are looking at the leasing space is like maybe even an empty university campus or a gym. And then, in some cases, school employees are actually working at thes helps. For example, I remember Station reporter over you has a WW Eno. She visited two of these learning hubs in New Orleans. And, she says, while child care is a really big draw. Families are also coming for the WiFi. Let's take a Listen. Dwight D. Eisenhower Charter School School leaders greet mass clad students as they make their way into the building. School normally serves more than 600 students. But today it's expecting fewer than two dozen It's because in New Orleans public schools are technically still close and learning is entirely virtual. Students that are here are attending the schools learning, huh? The cafeteria. Kids were separated into socially distance groups of nine each, quietly working away on their own device. They are loved in their signs up everywhere for the WiFi for she wants to get on to And then there are a lot of adults floating around to help and all the kids are wearing masks. Faculty are wearing masks and face shields as well. Hubs run by educators. Eisenhower principal Rolanda Green says a lot of students are here. For one thing. It literally is to get Internet access. And if you needed technology, we have it here available for you. City estimates that more than 9000 New Orleans students may not have Internet access for remote learning. It's far more kids in the local learning hubs are currently serving. Eisenhower is part of the inspired Nolan Charter Schools Network, which is funding and operating free hubs for almost 600 students. New Orleans public schools has committed to providing every student with a tablet or a laptop. But the devices aren't very helpful without an Internet connection. You can have a computer and can't utilize Google glass rooms right. That's Timlin, Sam's inspired Nola's director of community engagement. She says the hubs are an essential tool for ensuring equal access to virtual learning. She also points out that in New Orleans, a majority black school district, white Children are more likely to attend. A private school are private and parochial schools are back in session. None of our public schools are So we'll white Children are more likely to be back in the classroom. Black and brown students are mostly learning from home in many cases without reliable Internet. Spirt. Nola's hubs offer both Internet and supervision, but only one or two days a week. And even with staggered attendance, the network says it's at capacity with a wait list more than 200 students long City of New Orleans. Also operating learning hubs out of libraries and rec centers like this one in New Orleans East Just open five days a week. Seven greater as moral to Smith says she's happy to get out of her house. I just think I needed the time away from all the noise and distracted at home to come here and I quietly A peaceful Emily Wolf with the mayor's Office of Youth and Families says the city has tried to make the hubs accessible, especially for low income families and those with no Internet. There is still considerable barriers. Families are responsible for transportation and the hubs get funding from the federal government, which involves a lot of paperwork. You know, we wish we could just have him fill out a simple registration performing get signed up right away. But that made it a little bit slower. And unfortunately, you know, for some families, they see all of that. And It's just a barrier. Wolf says. Family submitted interest forms for more than 1000 students in mid August, But so far only 100 Children are registered. City has room for 500 students and is already looking to expand. While the district's youngest students have the option to return to the classroom in mid September, older students will continue with virtual learning until at least mid October. For NPR

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What Should I Look For In A College

The Scholarship Shark Podcast

06:25 min | Last month

What Should I Look For In A College

"I before finding a college and thinking about things to consider when fighting college is really important to start with yourself. What do you value? What type of academic environment will lead you towards your goals? And then it makes the process that much easier to focus on the school. So to help you share five factors to consider as you're thinking about a college. So number one focus on the major do you know what you already want to study if? So that's great check to see if the colleges on your shortlist of that specific major. But if you're not sure what you want to study, that's okay to just make sure that the colleges at you're interested in have a wide variety of majors from which to choose that way you can explore and. As you're discovering what it is, you wanNA major in it will make it easier to land into that major without adding time to the clock and you can do this by clicking on maybe the academic tab on their website to take a look at their majors or contact the office of admissions source. If there's a way you can get on their mailing lists to get a paper brochure for your specific major go through look take a look at it take a look at majors, minors concentrations, but see what they actually offer in terms of the program. Now the second thing is the financial factor. So what is the cost of attendance? You know all the cost associated with going to that particular school, the tuition fees, the room and board all let's involved with attending that particular school. But you also want to focus on the money that they offer. So check out the scholarships and I'm GonNa talk about that in today's scholarship tip. Now don't let the sticker price scare you because often what the published price is depending on your personal financial position as a household. Most likely, not be what you pay So it's it's important to build a list, but I want you to focus on that financial peace and you can do that with some researches well. The third factor, your student activities. So think about what you're currently doing at high school that you enjoy. Do you want to continue to do some of that? Maybe if you're part of your high school's band, do you WanNa be a part of your colleges band or maybe you're looking forward to try and things that you weren't able to do in high school maybe you live in more inland and you want to go to a school. Close to the beach or close to bodies of water because you want to study something related to marine life and and so you're gonNA explore things that you never could really do. But take a look at their activities, think about your interests and find a college that allows you to explore and pursue those interests. So not just the academic focus, but those extra curricular. So student activities, and again, you can check out what the school has to offer by going to their website and taking a look at student life and activities. You know maybe doing a search if it's not real easy to find with a TAB but. One of the best ways I like to do it and I tell students my students to do this. is by checking out their instagram page because what I find on the website. Those are sometimes staged photos or very they're very scripted. But when you go to an instagram page, that's real life that shows you what's happening it's in the moment and even if it's done by the school, if it's schools instagram page, they're capturing actual students doing whatever it is. that. That particular activity is and so that's a great way to find out what some of those student activities are. Now. The fourth thing focus on the campus amenities. So those are some of the. The the extra things that you're going to spend your time doing or participating in, and that would be residence life. So where are going to sleep and live dining you know are there campus options if you're in a city area or an area where there are many restaurants in a college town or you know It on campus dining? What are some of the meal plans available? Do you have to use their meal plans? do they accommodate special diets such as Vegan or gluten free but back to the residence halls? What type of halls are there singles? Doubles doubles, apartment styles how much do they cost? WHO's eligible are their communities where you are grouped with the students who are like minded may by the same major or same special interest some schools call those living learning communities. So do they offer that kind of experience in their residence hall? Then, also may be some additional on site services such as tutoring and students support. If you have a student who needs a little extra help do they offer support for students with learning differences? So finding out what are some of those? Amenities medical facilities is there a place on campus for medical care if your students should get sick or your students should have an accident maybe they follow their bike and you know and hurt themselves what do they do? Where do they go? So some college campuses have on campus pharmacies there have Banks, grocery stores, counseling centers. So find out what some of those onsite services are, and then is there a place not for just organized sports in terms of soon activities, but for recreational opportunities so maybe there's a REC center or a gem or they offer group fitness classes or they have a you know a basketball corridor you know just some of those other recreational opportunities available because you're gonNA spend just as much time outside of the classroom. As you are inside and so. Your mental wellness where you sleep where you eat your eating options, all those things are just as important.

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Amid Postal Service concerns, Washington, D.C. region dramatically expands ballot drop boxes

Ben Shapiro

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Amid Postal Service concerns, Washington, D.C. region dramatically expands ballot drop boxes

"Montgomery County Board of Elections has settled on its election planned for November, the board to approve the use of 38 large voting centers on November 3rd in place of the 240 or so polling places it's deployed in the past. It's an effort to make their limited number of election judges stretch farther and to give voters more options than during the primary voters will Be able to go to any of the 38 centers, a mix of high schools and rec centers to cast their ballots. There will also be 11 early voting centers, which will open October 26.

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Empowering Medtech with Anatoly Geyfman

Outcomes Rocket

05:12 min | 2 months ago

Empowering Medtech with Anatoly Geyfman

"Welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Sal Marquez here and today I. Have the privilege of hosting on a totally gave man. He is the CEO and Co founder of Care Avoidance, a healthcare sales enablement solution for life sciences that is doing extraordinary work for drawing out value propositions. Companies Looking to express that clearly anatoly came to work in healthcare early in his career, starting off as the lead engineer on one of the first hip compliant benefits, communication products for enterprises, he continued to work with large healthcare data sets and HR soft before. Before becoming the chief architect at Ambra. Health a cloud based medical imaging company. It was there at Ambra that Anatoly saw the need for high quality data to inform sales execution which germinated. The idea for care voyage were thrilled to have him on the podcast today, and it's such a unique platform that they're using to reach customers and for sales teams to reach their customers in a clear way Donatelli. Thank you so much for joining me today. Thank Salty. Got Be. Yeah. Absolutely. So tons of great stuff being done by your company. And so before we dive into really the meat bones of what you guys do there, I love to first arc and find out more about you and one inspires your work in healthcare. I appreciate it, and so I started working in healthcare actually when I was still in high school. I just happened to luck out and find on an internship working on one of the first hickory maple insisting that for human resources management. So that really starting my love for working with large data sets and working with privileged data, like that I continue dot read some other gigs on signatory around Maple imaging on, and that's really where I started learning about. About, the difficulty that companies have selling in healthcare. So with my may imaging gig on I, I was the chief architect company called Ambra Health on big digital medic rummaging Bloomberg, and then I switched over to more of a developer evangelists than sales engineering role, and that's where I really started looking at how companies that produce the rate products go to market. And what inspires me a about healthier? Specifically, my little corner of healthcare is helping innovators, take their market big their products to market. I think there's a lot of great innovation that's happening right now. especially with digital innovation machine learning ai off care. But I think that the past to a successful product is still at I. It's still very hard to navigate. So that's what inspires me getting these products so. So, writer audience and getting patients right treatment at the right time, eventually through through the use of our product and obviously great innovation. Yeah. You know it's That's so great, and there's so many opportunities for companies and you know the people leading them, the teams that are representing the great work that you know I mean many of these companies we have on the podcast a totally you know the. Great Work and they have great products and services and the pathway to get there. The go to market strategy isn't always super clear, and then on top of that, it's not easy to sell inside of our healthcare system and it takes forever so. All of those things are true own. Yeah, and I think that there are a lot of products that end up failing because the products and successful and because the greater market strategy is maybe not very well informed their beats not very well executed, and so if I can do anything to help that and that was where I decided to spend, my time is opening entrepreneurs with way to go to market I. Think it's great and in our vertical or our economy or health care economy, it's so necessary. So tell us a little bit about what you guys are doing. Doing at care voyage to add value to the healthcare ecosystem of innovators. Yeah. -solutely. So you know I'll start with a problem I. think the really big problem right now, the REC- at least in our little corner of the healthcare economy is data symmetry It's you know everyone makes decisions or everyone strives to make decisions in a data driven way the acquisition of data to make those decisions, your go to market or even your your product strategy is still not democratized Jesus, sometimes available and very regularly available in. Thanks. It's not available at all on companies like care. Where we're trying to do. At least off the for. Right now, we're trying to do is we're trying to democratize access to this information whether it's you know information about who's doing, what types of services takes a physicians practicing the type of and your are devices best for or on that you're pharmaceutical product is best stations for it. I think a lot of like data's available, but traditionally, it's only been available to the wealthiest layers market and so our goal is to democratize access to that. So even startups that may not have the backing of the largest feet from on me, not how hundred million dollars in the bay and can't get access to it and really execute a great girl market.

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Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf recommends, but does not order, postponement of K-12 youth sports in Pennsylvania until 2021

KYW 24 Hour News

01:13 min | 2 months ago

Philadelphia - Gov. Wolf recommends, but does not order, postponement of K-12 youth sports in Pennsylvania until 2021

"People with any connection to pre K through high school and recreational youth sports are now scrambling. Because Governor Tom Wolfe wants them sidelined at least until January 2021. Hey, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief Jim Elwood reports the announcement just about everyone by surprise, including the P I double, which oversees Scholastic Sports in Pennsylvania. Their board of directors met in the afternoon. They say they're tremendously disappointed in the decision and roll reconvene to address it. The governor's comment came in the very last line of a nearly 40 minute press briefing, mostly focused on covert 19 testing. The guidance from US recommendation is that we don't do any sports until January 1st. About five hours later, the governor's office clarified that Comments, saying it's not an order or a mandate but a quote strong recommendation coming from both the Pennsylvania Department of Education and the Department of Health. The governor says the recommendation applies to all K through 12 and youth rec league sports. But he says the final decision on sports should be made by administrators and locally elected school boards. The governor says this does not apply to collegiate or professional sports just last week that I put out guidance for each ball sport, saying the plan was designed offer flexibility for each school district. Rather than one size fits all

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Cryptocurrency and Taxes

The Bitcoin Podcast

04:45 min | 2 months ago

Cryptocurrency and Taxes

"We're talking about taxes right? It was crazy to me. Is that when we first got into space everyone thought it was like. I Dunno taxes was like such an afterthought but now that we're at the point where taxes have to be of forethought. Kinda shows the growth of everything. For example, my pops he hit me up. And he's like, how's do my taxes this year? And I got ask a bunch of questions about crypto like Bitcoin and do I trade and do I train light kind crypto and I. Didn't have the answers. So I didn't know what to do. And I'm like in my opinion I think that shows just the progression of space since we started the ship like. Regular Joes. I mean it certainly shows. Like a outward perception, a legitimacy. Of like how people feel this is a thing and it's gotten big enough to where like. Government authorities have to start asking questions because enough people are using it to justify them wanting to collect taxes on it. Enough. Businesses are asking questions in terms of like, how do I properly file if I WANNA. Take this as a form of income because I would like to. and the there's not a lot of answers across the board like hard answers but. It definitely speaks to like I said the legitimacy of how people feel. About this technology and if you think back to earlier days a good portion of it was like. An effort to completely get around. All of this stuff and make it a global currency that doesn't require that. That's ridiculous like an realistically speaking. You're never going to be able to run a business. Without paying taxes to the justification that business exists in. Now like it may get odd in. Answering the question as to where your business exists if it exists on the Internet. What jurisdiction it's it's reliant upon that's a whole different story the. I think as a business one thing I found out recently from a from my accountant nine attacks just an account. If? Your Business. And you want to buy an old crypto. That is just a balance sheet transaction. So that means, is Ya gotTA pay taxes You're basically moving in that's highly liquid southern that slightly less liquid on your balance sheet and that's it. So you can buy whole cook does business and your tax as if his property. Ebay capital-gains tax long term short term been how long you held it. I think long terms just one qualification anything long eating your whole longer than a year I, think qualifies for that long term capital gains tax. So. I think it's so difficult though like even if you were business trying to do this stuff. Like. This is something that I had an issue with and some project that I wanted to work on button due to lack of time and never got done was small business services like the turbo tax for understanding. How you deal with even invoicing accepting pricing timing of all these things and look how how value fluctuates in between all of these different points and so like if you think about this specific, that bothers me we say like Bitcoin or whatever is money it's not. It depends on how you like define money but like. When you the if the price of what you're billing in changes drastically from when you invoice to win, you receive to win. You can rec- when you spend it to etcetera like that's not this is going to do that. They're not giants several conversations throughout the whole process of like estimate to invoice to collecting you gotTa have three different several conversations. They're like, Hey, I know and we estimated the Bad Boy. This is how much big when you're GonNa give me but it seems like the prices gone down. So you're going to have to give me a little bit more big guess class not going to do anything like fuck that this quote we signed it it's a it's a go. This is go. So as a business loan, it's not feasible to accept cryptocurrency except for I would say Oh very short term projects or products. Right. If you have a factored in that, the spot price is going to change so much right. So if I sell this bag of chips I'm not I'm not concerned with the float.

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"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

04:25 min | 2 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Number seven Lesley's big project on season three is the blank festival number seven. Lesley's big project on season three parks and REC is the blank festival fill in the blank on festival number seven. Question number eight along with the Douche another morning DJ is. Blank number eight along with the Douche another morning DJ is. Blank number eight. Question Number Nine Tom Invents an alcoholic beverage corp blank juice number nine Tom Invents an alcoholic beverage called blank juice number nine. Question number ten in an event that hopes to connect Eagleton Ponti is called the Blank Concert number ten an event that hopes to connect Eagleton. Ponti is called the blank concert number. Ten..

"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:36 min | 2 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"What you'd be and welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast I'm your host. Ryan Buds. Thank you so much for joining me for another good time in your ears. That's not a kind of creepy now that I've said it into your ears. So I hope you're still going to listen to the rest of this episode in future episodes I'm your host. Ryan Buds I host Trivia all around southern California and you can imagine what the quarantine that has changed quite a bit Most of my trivia hosting is virtually these days. If you have something coming up that you want to do near or far it's tons of fun to do a Zoom Trivia night send me an email Ryan buds gmail.com I'll give you all. The details, you could also watch a video on how I run these shows on Zoom. It's at the top of my website Trivia with buds dot com look for that Youtube video right in the top banner you will see all the things I'm capable of and I think you will have a good time with your friends, your family or your co workers shout out. To my friend, Kate hold Howson left a fantastic review of the podcast back on June thirtieth. But because I took about a month off of recording episodes, I did not get a chance to read this one. She says five stars fantastic I just started listening a few weeks ago when I found this by accident, I love Ryan questions, themes, and overall great taste while thanks. I am having my grandson over in a few days and I'm going to do some of the marvel et Cetera et Cetera topics with him. That's from Kate Whole House in shoutout to kate and her grandson is have fun playing along with some marvel. Trivia. On the show guys we've done marvel at least five or ten times in just the last year alone. So go back. And just search any topic you want on Google along with Trivia with buds, and you should come across that episode. Today's episode is all about and REC fill in the blanks I'm going to give you some statements about characters and situations on the show, and you just have to fill in the word that is missing. We're GONNA jump into those eleven questions right now. Here we go. All right everybody parks and rec fill in the blanks. One of my favorite shows of all time question Number One ben has an undying love of eating blank Number One ben has an undying love of eating blink you're filling in the blank with the word that would make the most sense number one ben has an undying love of eating what? Question number two Leslie always runs into. Blank at inopportune moments. Number two Leslie always runs into councilman blank at inopportune moments number two, number two. Question number three for parks and Rec City Hall has incredibly violent blank number three city hall has incredibly violent blank number three. Question number four, Andy often treats kyle when giving out blank number four Andy, often mistreats kyle when giving out blank number four. Question Five just to quote from the show it is quote dammit comma blank. And quote number five, dammit. Blank number five, dammit. Blank fill in the blank there number five. Question number six most characters except April are all creeped out by blank number six most characters except April, our creeped out by blink number six..

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Clean Beauty for the New Mom and Beyond with Gabriela Babila

SuperMamas

05:15 min | 3 months ago

Clean Beauty for the New Mom and Beyond with Gabriela Babila

"Are you. Are you. Thank you. Connect it with you For excited and actually ladies. I think we have I'm I'm La Native in I. Know You guys are too I? Think we have a connection. Might know I'm not sure if she's your sister I believe she's your sister, your younger sister to Kelly. Yes I. I graduated in two thousand ten in her out. I think you might know rec- on I'm like how and she's like. Well, you have to know her sister. I'm was like unannounced. Show me pictures she showed me pictures. She looks so familiar and I was like, oh my gosh, she went to college with us in. She's like, yeah, you you have to know that and I was like Oh my God this is a small world. So it's not even GonNa tell you what year I graduated but I graduated before. We are all we are all GOFFIN's here is it's a cool I. Know Love Palestine such. Great. I am an recently went to the beach down the street to the will rogers, and I just made me realize that Kim believe that that was high school I went to I'm like Oh my God how did I just take this betray granted I never even? I never went to the beach either so crazy and it was so close but I just always wanted to get out of Kelly because it was. It was like, yeah, which degree. You're older one. There's a lot of insulin lot village was so small then it wasn't really much to do so it was like. Always trying to. Rely on welcome to the show. So great to have you here. Thank you so much for sending over some of skincare routine some of the oil they add stretch mark oil that I received and the postpartum bath IDs phys called. Back fits bath there it is I can't wait to. Lying the bathtub after baby and just enjoy myself. But let's talk about your skincare line. What is what is Montana skincare? How'd you come up with the name? What products do offer tells about like this whole journey yeah, Abou- in how your mom inspired it. Yeah. So modern organics is basically a simple plan face care line devoted to mothers and just kind of help navigate distress that pregnancy in early maternity kind of brings with say if in fun ways to pamper yourself in your growing belly but just also that self care aspect of creating that moment for yourself, it really comes through in our products and I wanted to really create something that I felt was safe in fun for MOMS to enjoy. During pregnancy and after and when creating the brand in finding the name was actually a really unique coffee for me because I had to really look to motherhood my own mom and my daughter and my daughter's name is Netanyahu, which in Hebrew means God's gift and that really resonated with me really love them meaning so much because I gonNA lose women that at a young age I knew I wanted to be a mom it was just one of those. Things like I always wanted to be a mom you know I I saw myself being this working mother never a soccer mom but I just always Selena most likely Napoli herself with a Mile Yeah. Yeah. So when I became a mom at twenty six seeing age, my mom became a mother not planned at all. It was like just such a miracle for me and so the name really resonated with me and when I was looking to my daughter and my mom. Montana just came in mind because in Hebrew that means gift. So I really loved that it had that cultural background but that me that you know that I really wanted to share the knowledge support in a widely wanted to give mothers that nurturing safe fun way to pamper themselves. So just as the NAIPAUL's that kind of gift remains part of the mothers that we nourish. but yeah, that's that's kind of like a little bit of the background. How I came up with the name in stuff We're you know we're kind of early on you know I, have a stretch mark oil instance bath, and both of them kind of again always keeping in mind how I want to like. Create a skincare. That's really mother's. Centered I couldn't find anything when I was pregnant in terms of oils that was fast absorbing save accessible just easy to put on in a lot of my friends as well. Overall consensus was like, Oh, I am do not use oils I. Typically use creams and lotions because oils are just sticky there messy. They get all over my clothes so I really wanted to create something that was easy to put on, but that would hydrate your skin at all day in. You could just put it on, put your blouse on and get going

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"rec" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

09:07 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Rec Adleman showed a very happy father's day weekend to all you gentleman celebrating the day this Sunday I hate it when I'm right two weeks ago over the last two weeks frankly here on the program and in my special report on the long term financial impact of cover nineteen that you can get on our website I said that we would see an increase in the infection rate and well now here we are eighteen states have reported a ten percent increase in the number of infections in the last week according to USA today and so it appears that the absence of social distancing that began with Memorial Day weekend was exacerbated by the demonstrations protests and rioting of the past several weeks have culminated in a dramatic increase in the resurgence of covered nineteen what is it all going to mean for us long term in our efforts to restart the economy well we had been making some progress according to the commerce department in may retail spending jumped to eighteen percent that was the biggest one month increase since nineteen ninety two hello Seoul believe a minute let's not get too cocky this is the danger recency bias that people fall victim of of focusing on the wrong data yeah may's retail spending was up eighteen percent the biggest increase on record but April the month before was the biggest decrease on record retail spending is still eight percent below where it was before the pandemic started and we're still six percent below a year ago remember the consumer spending is two thirds of our economy when consumers stop spending which is what's happened because of the lockdown well we know what the impact on the economy is down and now the Wall Street journal reports in its survey of economists they're saying they projected will take years for us to get back where we were in the meantime we're seeing the impact of this Hilton hotels announced this week they're cutting twenty two percent of its work force over twenty one hundred corporate employees I'm not just talking about the maids and the servers and the hotels corporate staff white collar workers are now losing their jobs at Hilton other employees at Hilton or suffering pay cuts reduced hours they're being put on three month furloughs analysts say hotel revenue broadly in the industry will not return to twenty nineteen levels until twenty twenty three in New York twenty percent of the hotel rooms are closing and may never re open that's twenty five thousand hotel rooms the occupancy rate last week in New York was forty seven percent a year ago it was ninety percent hi it is also laid off thirteen hundred and here's the wacky part of the news while Hilton announces a twenty two percent cut in its work force laying off thousands its stock went up one percent this is the continuing disconnect between what's happening in the economy and what's happening in the stock market and I don't want you to fall for it if you have a long term perspective if you're going to own and state owning your investments for the next decade well okay then but if you're thinking that it's OK to stay invested because the worst is behind us I'm fearful that you're going to get a sudden shock as this virus and this crisis continue a lot of investors have taken defensive positions money market funds are now holding four and a half trillion dollars in assets that's the most on record people of added a trillion dollars to money market funds this year alone so am I pessimistic not at all I have a positive mental attitude now that might be surprising to people saying Rick you're showing so much negativity so much bad news out there you must be really pessimistic where's the Rick element I'd grown used to while I'm still the same what you have to understand is that there's a difference between having a positive mental attitude and having optimism an optimist is someone who looks at life through rose colored glasses and optimises someone is hoping for the best well hope is not a financial plan if you are denying what is going on in this country between all of the crises we're facing first a pandemic and now of course the racial strife that has bubbled to the surface in the past month if you're denying all of this if you're saying oh it's no big deal this too shall pass we've seen the worst of it emits behind us we are frankly being an optimist I would rather you have a positive mental attitude that allows me to say ten years from now our country will be in better condition than it is now ten years from now this virus will be old news just like the two thousand eight crisis is old news just like a crash of eighty seven is ancient history in the future this pandemic will be cured it'll be behind us the virus will be defeated I am positive about that and I am positive that the American economy will grow bigger and better than ever in the future but that doesn't mean we're not going to continue to have challenges between now and then if you can hang in there with your diversified portfolio if you're not going to need to liquidate assets okay then great good for you but if you are denying yourself the reality that we have serious challenges that we are still facing that it's going to continue for some time to come then you might get a shock if the markets fall further or faster than you anticipate that they might and that could cause you to sell out of emotional response at the very moment you shouldn't do that so I want you to recognize that optimism can be harmful to you a positive mental attitude is what you want let me give you an illustration of how things are changing everybody's been working from home right over the past few months thirty five percent in a recent survey of those who have been working from home say that when this pandemic is over they're going to want to keep working from home they're never going to want to go back to the office well the thirty five percent get their way that means a thirty five percent reduction in the need for commercial real estate as bosses say I can save a lot of money by having smaller offices lower my rent costs and still get the productivity I need out of my workforce eighty two percent said they want to keep working from home at least two days a week well that means we can create a hotel one system in the office we can have people sharing their office I get to use it Monday Wednesday Friday you get to use a Tuesday Thursday of next week we switch and now the boss gets to have one office for the two of us instead of two offices they get the cut their real estate and a half what does that mean for the commercial real estate market and what does it mean when people are working from home in New York City they generate two billion dollars a year in tax revenue by taxing managers of investment funds and law firms that support them well guess what hedge funds are now using apps that track where their employees are day to day they plan to show the city that they are working outside the city and therefore they're not subject to the city's tax New York City is forecasting a revenue shortfall of three hundred sixty million dollars because they're not gonna be able to collect those taxes because those employees are no longer working in the city they're working where they live in Connecticut and New Jersey what are the long term implications for the states as a result of this well July one is a big deal it's only a couple of weeks away that is the new fiscal year for forty six states and forty nine states have a balanced budget requirement they're all projecting massive tax revenue shortfalls as a result of code nineteen in Arizona a six percent decline California twenty one percent decline in their tax revenue Colorado twenty five percent decline Michigan twelve percent New Jersey eighteen percent New Mexico a thirty percent decline the list goes on and on and on as a result of this New Jersey for example they were supposed to give four billion dollars to the state pension system they're only going to give two point seven five billion state local pension plans nationwide are now thirty percent underfunded twenty years ago they were fully funded state pension plans were assuming that they're going to earn almost eight percent a year on their investments that was before interest rates went to zero if they've got half their money in bonds and bonds are paying almost nothing how are they going to earn seven or eight percent on their returns and that means these pension funds are going to have the money they need it's already being.

Rec Adleman
"rec" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:22 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rec Adleman showed a very happy father's day weekend to all you gentleman celebrating the day this Sunday I hate it when I'm right two weeks ago over the last two weeks frankly here on the program I ended my special report on the long term financial impact of cover nineteen that you can get on our website I said that we would see an increase in the infection rate and well now here we are eighteen states have reported a ten percent increase in the number of infections in the last week according to USA today and so it appears that the absence of social distancing that began with Memorial Day weekend was exacerbated by the demonstrations protests and rioting of the past several weeks have culminated in a dramatic increase in the resurgence of covered nineteen what is it all going to mean for us long term in our efforts to restart the economy well we had been making some progress according to the commerce department in may retail spending jumped eighteen percent that was the biggest one month increase since nineteen ninety two hello Seoul believe a minute let's not get too cocky this is the danger recency bias that people fall victim of of focusing on the wrong data yeah may's retail spending was up eighteen percent the biggest increase on record but April the month before was the biggest decrease on record retail spending is still eight percent below where it was before the pandemic started and we're still six percent below a year ago remember the consumer spending is two thirds of our economy when consumers stop spending which is what's happened because of the lockdown well we know what the impact on the economy is then and now the Wall Street journal reports in its survey of economists they're saying they project that will take years for us to get back where we were in the meantime we're seeing the impact of this Hilton hotels announced this week they're cutting twenty two percent of its work force over twenty one hundred corporate employees I'm not just talking about the maids and the servers and the hotels corporate staff white collar workers are now losing their jobs at Hilton other employees at Hilton or suffering pay cuts reduced hours are being put on three month furloughs analysts say hotel revenue broadly in the industry will not return to twenty nineteen levels until twenty twenty three in New York twenty percent of the hotel rooms are closing and may never re open that's twenty five thousand hotel rooms the occupancy rate last week in New York was forty seven percent a year ago it was ninety percent hi it is also laid off thirteen hundred and here's the wacky part of the news while Hilton announces a twenty two percent cut in its work force laying off thousands its stock went up one percent this is the continuing disconnect between what's happening in the economy and what's happening in the stock market and I don't want you to fall for it if you have a long term perspective if you're going to own and state owning your investments for the next decade well okay then but if you're thinking that it's OK to stay invested because the worst is behind us I'm fearful that you're going to get a sudden shock as this virus and this crisis continue a lot of investors have taken defensive positions money market funds are now holding four and a half trillion dollars in assets that's the most on record people of added a trillion dollars to money market funds this year alone so am I pessimistic not at all I have a positive mental attitude now that might be surprising to people saying Rick you're showing so much negativity so much bad news out there you must be really pessimistic where's the Rick element I'd grown used to while I'm still the same what you have to understand is that there's a difference between having a positive mental attitude and having optimism an optimist is someone who looks at life through rose colored glasses and optimises someone is hoping for the best well hope is not a financial plan if you are denying what is going on in this country between all of the crises we're facing first the pandemic and now of course the racial strife that has bubbled to the surface in the past month if you're denying all of this if you're saying oh it's no big deal this too shall pass we've seen the worst of it and that's behind us we are frankly being an optimist I would rather you have a positive mental attitude that allows me to say ten years from now our country will be in better condition than it is now ten years from now this virus will be old news just like the two thousand eight crisis is old news just like the crash of eighty seven is ancient history in the future this pandemic will be cured it'll be behind us the virus will be defeated I am positive about that and I am positive that the American economy will grow bigger and better than ever in the future but that doesn't mean we're not going to continue to have challenges between now and then if you can hang in there with your diversified portfolio if you're not going to need to liquidate assets okay then great good for you but if you are denying yourself the reality that we have serious challenges that we are still facing that it's going to continue for some time to come then you might get a shock if the markets fall further or faster than you anticipate that they might and that could cause you to sell out of emotional response at the very moment you shouldn't do that so I want you to recognize that optimism can be harmful to you a positive mental attitude is what you want let me give you an illustration of how things are changing everybody's been working from home right over the past few months thirty five percent in a recent survey of those who have been working from home say that when this pandemic is over they're going to want to keep working from home they're never going to want to go back to the office well the thirty five percent get their way that means a thirty five percent reduction in the need for commercial real estate as bosses say I can save a lot of money by having smaller offices lower my rent costs and still get the productivity I need out of my workforce eighty two percent said they want to keep working from home at least two days a week well that means we can create a hotel one system in the office we can have people sharing their office I get to use it Monday Wednesday Friday you get to use a Tuesday Thursday of next week we switch and now the boss gets to have one office for the two of us instead of two offices they have to cut their real estate what does that mean for the commercial real estate market and what does it mean when people are working from home in New York City they generate two billion dollars a year in tax revenue by taxing managers of investment funds and law firms that support them.

Rec Adleman
"rec" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

08:12 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on KNSS

"Rec Adleman shown a very happy father's day weekend to all you gentleman celebrating the day this Sunday I hate it when I'm right two weeks ago over the last two weeks frankly here on the program and in my special report on the long term financial impact of cover nineteen that you can get on our website I said that we would see an increase in the infection rate and as well now here we are eighteen states have reported a ten percent increase in the number of infections in the last week according to USA today and so it appears that the absence of social distancing that began with Memorial Day weekend was exacerbated by the demonstrations protests and rioting of the past several weeks have culminated in a dramatic increase in the resurgence of covered nineteen what is it all going to mean for us long term in our efforts to restart the economy well we had been making some progress according to the commerce department in may retail spending jumped eighteen percent that was the biggest one month increase since nineteen ninety two hello Seoul believe a minute let's not get too cocky this is the danger recency bias that people fall victim of of focusing on the wrong data yeah may's retail spending was up eighteen percent the biggest increase on record but April the month before was the biggest decrease on record retail spending is still eight percent below where it was before the pandemic started and we're still six percent below a year ago remember the consumer spending is two thirds of our economy when consumers stop spending which is what's happened because of the lockdown well we know what the impact on the economy is then and now the Wall Street journal reports in its survey of economists they're saying they project that will take years for us to get back where we were in the meantime we're seeing the impact of this Hilton hotels announced this week they're cutting twenty two percent of its work force over twenty one hundred corporate employees I'm not just talking about the maids and the servers and the hotels corporate staff white collar workers are now losing their jobs at Hilton other employees at Hilton or suffering pay cuts reduced hours are being put on three month furloughs analysts say hotel revenue broadly in the industry will not return to twenty nineteen levels until twenty twenty three in New York twenty percent of the hotel rooms are closing and may never re open that's twenty five thousand hotel rooms the occupancy rate last week in New York was forty seven percent a year ago it was ninety percent hi it is also laid off thirteen hundred and here's the wacky part of the news while Hilton announces a twenty two percent cut in its work force laying off thousands its stock went up one percent this is the continuing disconnect between what's happening in the economy and what's happening in the stock market and I don't want you to fall for it if you have a long term perspective if you're going to own and state owning your investments for the next decade well okay then but if you're thinking that it's OK to stay invested because the worst is behind us I'm fearful that you're going to get a sudden shock as this virus and this crisis continue a lot of investors have taken defensive positions money market funds are now holding four and a half trillion dollars in assets that's the most on record people of added a trillion dollars to money market funds this year alone so am I pessimistic not at all I have a positive mental attitude now that might be surprising to people saying Rick you're showing so much negativity so much bad news out there you must be really pessimistic where's the Rick Allen I'd grown used to while I'm still the same what you have to understand is that there's a difference between having a positive mental attitude and having optimism an optimist is someone who looks at life through rose colored glasses and optimises someone is hoping for the best well hope is not a financial plan if you are denying what is going on in this country between all of the crises we're facing first the pandemic and now of course the racial strife that has bubbled to the surface in the past month if you're denying all of this if you're saying oh it's no big deal this too shall pass we've seen the worst of it and that's behind us we are frankly being an optimist I would rather you have a positive mental attitude that allows me to say ten years from now our country will be in better condition than it is now ten years from now this virus will be old news just like the two thousand eight crisis is old news just like the crash of eighty seven is ancient history in the future this pandemic will be cured it'll be behind us the virus will be defeated I am positive about that and I am positive that the American economy will grow bigger and better than ever in the future but that doesn't mean we're not going to continue to have challenges between now and then if you can hang in there with your diversified portfolio if you're not going to need to liquidate assets okay then great good for you but if you are denying yourself the reality that we have serious challenges that we are still facing that it's going to continue for some time to come then you might get a shock if the markets fall further or faster than you anticipate that they might and that could cause you to sell out of emotional response at the very moment you shouldn't do that so I want you to recognize that optimism can be harmful to you a positive mental attitude is what you want let me give you an illustration of how things are changing everybody's been working from home right over the past few months thirty five percent in a recent survey of those who have been working from home say that when this pandemic is over they're going to want to keep working from home they're never going to want to go back to the office well the thirty five percent get their way that means a thirty five percent reduction in the need for commercial real estate as bosses say I can save a lot of money by having smaller offices lower my rent costs and still get the productivity I need out of my work force eighty two percent said they want to keep working from home at least two days a week well that means we can create a hotel one system in the office we can have people sharing their office I get to use it Monday Wednesday Friday you get to use a Tuesday Thursday of next week we switch and now the boss gets to have one office for the two of us instead of two offices they have to cut their real estate and a half what does that mean for the commercial real estate market and what does it mean when people are working from home in New York City they generate two billion dollars a year in tax revenue by taxing managers of investment funds and law firms that support them well guess what hedge funds are now using apps that track where their employees are day to day they plan to show the city that they are working outside the city and therefore they're not subject to the city's tax New York City is forecasting a revenue shortfall of three hundred sixty million dollars because they're not gonna be able to collect those taxes because those employees are no longer working in the city they're working where they live in Connecticut and New Jersey what are the long term implications for the states as a result of this well July one is a big deal it's only a couple of weeks away that is the new fiscal year four forty six states and forty nine states have a balanced budget requirement they're all projecting massive tax revenue shortfalls.

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"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

03:22 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"That English dub saved it. See it's the ending. It's that twist that definitely kept me going. There's no twist ending US possession. Possess Ambi-. It's not just. All not a twist. I say that's a twist, because now, I'm calling. They didn't know what to do with that point in the movie so like fuck it possessed. Islamise, so you think dude it. Think about it. It was filmed in chronological order. They literally got so you know what that means. That was not a part of the movie. They just got to it and they were like you know what we could. We could bake. These zombies possessed. Why not they're writing it as they went, that's. That's genius. Exactly that'd be like do anything. Yeah, oh, that's cool, but also I'm I'm not gonNA. Give them all this credit and I'm like where they just. When is they went and they were like Oh here's a racist joke. Here's a his a possess Zombie like no I'm not gonna I'm not GonNa give that to you I had fun. Yes, I feel like I. Owe the universe. Little Bit saw I'm give that to them. I will give that to them. You still rate it lower than. So yeah I'm given this We do a soup ratings so I. Guess You'd Pretty Much gave this. A clam chowder I gave it a clam chowder to. Like. Kind of in the middle, a mixed mixed, a little bit of Rahman with the Clam Chowder so so give me the scale. Give me the horse soup scale. It's a mushroom soup, blood, soup, chicken, noodle, soup, clam, chowder, and Rahman and Roman being the best. I like what's the first one? A mushroom soup. Like mushrooms I would literally drink blood soup. Blood soup I mean they make blood, pudding and stuff dude. I'm glad you know about that. It's literally like coagulated blood like and they put it in a fridge and like they let A. FUCKING Danson I've watched. People eat that and it looks like the worst thing in the world, and they're always like no. It's pretty good and I'm like I don't fucking know about that. I could not stomach. It looks like a bad time, but you try. I would try. I would try. I. Don't even eat be anymore, so I don't know if I would okay. Yeah, that'll that'll definitely put a roadblock controlling that yeah, and it's not even like I. Mean it is a I. Don't I don't want any animals anymore like that's why I. Don't do it, but also it's like. I haven't ate meat and so long. I feel like if I had pick it up. It would just destroy you. Turn it. You throw a blood Lake Zombie girl. Yeah, that'd be so fucking gross like that'd be just a terrible time. Terrible time, but yeah, that's the end of this movie and we're GONNA get into wreck to or just going to record that show right now, but because enjoyed this go tell Krista go fuck himself telephone about the show. Check on my website, a horse hoop suck dot, com, Leva, five star, rating and review on itunes and send me an email horace soup at. At Yahoo, DOT COM, and I'll send you. Stickers donate patriots, com slash horse soup, and you can request a movie in. Please just don't gain more fucking Zombie movies. Follow me on social media. There's instagram horace soup, facebook, horseshoe, podcast, Youtube Abhor Soubra horror, movie and true crime podcast. Twitter sucks and I'm on letterbox. Horseshoe Kayla Ben Gordon and say by Chris by guys twenty..

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"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

05:18 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Vision and always see is Angeles face all terrified and shit. Yeah, that's where I get big Buffalo Bill Vibes. Yeah, I see Jodi foster puts the lotion on its skin. Yes. That's fair. That's an intensity. I need to watch. So. They'll look down the hall boom Demon Bitch and she's walking menacingly and you know what? It did exactly what it chapter to try to do with the old lady singing. Did. You Watch chapter to. You know what I actually did really recently in the old lady singing. Is that the old lady that? Goes into her. Yes, when she goes to the apartment like it's her dad's old house, yes. That is the worst CGI mess that I've ever seen in my life that okay okay I was. Running at inside when she's all tall, and she has those literal googly eyes, yes, big floppy tits, yes, and are tits. Flopping ever also is one hundred percents Janet looks like Shit the looked very similar to the lady in the bathtub from the shining. Yeah so I. Don't see why they could've took a practical approach. Yeah, and you know what this movie didn't. It looked great. Yeah, it did look good was very uncanny valley, Creepy Dude! It was legit like L. is creepy or than the fucking ole from the shining to honestly like it was pretty terrifying. Yeah, and the way that she walked around to. You could tell that was a person that they put a shit ton of makeup on and like effects on in like superheroes arms that just I don't know something about the long arms very creepy, very creepy skinny for me to a big thing is just. Being naked. At says something like being, but asked naked, just walking around like that and also being demon. It's like. Fuck. Evil Dude, that's just terrifying like. Did you like I? Didn't? I didn't love that movie super? Super much too much. The for loop were saying much loved that movie too much, but it follows okay I. Did like that movie it had I liked it. I liked a lot of parts of it. I didn't love it. Overall I thought the story kind of lacked but. Like all the naked villains they had in their. It fucking terrifies me. There was something very ominous about being chased by someone naked. Definitely you don't know who these people are, there could be. Million reasons why they're naked. After after you, but the the, but like the main point is your naked. You know what I was going to when I was on my way to. The one of the first protests, the one and There's a naked. Did you see that my story I did see that new story Dow was legitimate, full ass naked. Do just walking down the street. For, the 'cause I hope I that's what I was..

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"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:39 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Fucking old lady pulls back up for one last fight before it gets punched in the face by metal objects, and I will say not let her last fight not lady. Never stops, come back. She scared me on that one. I'm not GONNA lie jumped. She's creepy. Yes, it's creepy chick. There was a couple jump scares in here and they all end up back downstairs, and for some reason, everyone wants to uncuffed the chick. That was already a bit because. It wasn't like you said she got blood thrown up all over. Yeah, so they're gonNA have. She's hang up to this point or they handcuff her. She's already handcuffed okay. Up to the stairs, and then a bunch of other zombies are shown like we to save her, but they can't. Because they like that's right. Rob The got killed had the keys. They're all breaking in. Everybody's Kinda doing their own little part and I wrote. The inspector is a bitch because he runs away. which almost inspector use the one doing all the tests? The doctor, dude or whatever? Yeah Oh. He was a bitch from day one. All the same day, but from day one, he was a bitch, so. Now all of a sudden the get away. I some reason Mr Fancy. Voice has insane information that he just didn't talk about before. He's like. Oh Yeah. I know that there's some guy over here. And he has the keys for a secret escape, and he gives us every last bit of information that you need is like Oh. Yeah, there's a there's a secret escape tunnel somewhere over here some shit. Yeah, you kind of just pulled that out of his ass out of nowhere. It's like why you knew this the whole time. Yeah, once. He knew Shit was real. He wanted out. Why don't you before? Though I don't get that? And then he's. He says all this while he's standing right next to a door with a fucking glass window with Zombie right on the other side. Any thinks he's not gonNA get destroyed, but obviously he's dead. He was asking for some Zombie. Runs up gets punched in the face. They find the handcuff girl. She looks like Shit. And some other demon bitch. run down the stairs and Bites Angela the reporter chick well. The reporter says she got them, but she was just scared. She did not get him..

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"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"She's like Oh. Yeah, you can stand over there, and you can shut the fuck up because obviously I'm interviewing your daughter right now and I. Don't WanNa hear anyone else, so you can shut the fuck up over there. It was infuriating. I would be a CAIRN at that point. Dude and the mom was just like Oh. Yeah, yeah, yeah, okay. Yeah, you're right. You're right. Okay? Just brushed it off house, are you? You're not a mom. That is why your child is sick, do we? or And I don't know like again again. How much of that was exaggerated because of the English language? If, that is even when she said in the movie like so much respect, because that was fucking Hilarious, dude also. The daughter does mentioned the dog. And just a dog, my dog's sick and we had to take him to the vet, and like put them down or whatever so the whole movie I was waiting for his dog to Papa. But that's not what happens is a little different it is. It is I guess we'll get to that in a little bit. Yes, but yeah, it's a little different I was waiting for his be dog to. Kind of like did you Bussan? Yes, Zombie deer or whatever it was like an antelope hit. Antelope was. DDO maybe. You're right. It might have been of it. Actually I think it was. It catch it gets. Gets right back up. Takes Off. Did Fuck that movie? Did you like that movie? It had its parts. Now, I'll give you that. It had some really good parts, but I fucking hated that movie overall. Yeah, there's the plot was not there. Is Not. Bad for the little girl I felt bad for the little girl for sure she was a dude. That's a great child actor. Definitely like amazing. Yeah, like the most believable child actor I've ever seen in my fucking life. Those looks man. That fucking movie as a whole. There's no fucking plot there. No plot and I hated how they just I. Don't know if you listen to our episode with my Buddy Mike but I was just pissed the whole time he was pissed, too, because like they kept changing rules to fit a narrative. There just like Oh, here's a role that's been sandstone the whole movie. I'm going to change it because this character has some emotion of them okay yeah. I hate when that's why he's movies..

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"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"Actually. I think I only want to watch this version. Okay okay, 'cause you know I don't know I guess. The Spanish version was scary, but I don't want scary to. The show is funny. It was it had its funny parts. It was still scary to I'm not GONNA lie like it was. It's it's shot really fucking world like for a found footage movie. The biggest found footage fan no definitely but I like it like they did pretty good in. In this beside like in the first one you know like the keep recording well. They do that in the second one to actually feel like a lot of found footage. Just have to put that out there yet. I guess you kind of have to. Because otherwise, it's like of course you're going to say that in real life. It's just one of those tropes that just have to be thrown in. Some, trips are necessary. I mean paranormal activity. I think to me about that movie. I think that's great found footage movie watch yes, huge fan of paranormal activity. I, have you on my show? Silent people silence. Cloverfield I did like no. WHAT THE NO! SHUT THE FUCK UP! You don't to give me I'm not even talking about anymore to give me your defense on why you? kind of like cloverfield. I think the lack. Of like the actual sighting of monster, especially, when like people are blowing up from it. Whatever's infecting them? The lack of seeing anything makes me want to see more. And I love plot I love like you know stories underneath. To that. What was the subplot? What did you get out of that movie? What did you ever figure out from the? Answer those four I. Don't know one of the first question. Answer one of those four questions. I told me. Did you watch any of the sequels and if you did did they do anything for you, there was one with John. Goodman right that was that was the sequel you think I knows in the sequels. I watched the sequels. I feel like it was John. Goodman and it's it was like something Cloverfield Lane. Isn't there a couple of sequels. Yeah, and then there's the cloverfield paradox. Where they do it in space, the space flattened space. One Yeah. I'll watch that. Down for the CLAUSTROPHOBIC lives. Answer any of the questions I asked you. I told you I don't know that's what drives me to WANNA. See more. Why did it stupid? There's nothing there. It looks mildly interesting and scary that the more that.

Goodman John
"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

Horror Soup

04:02 min | 4 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Horror Soup

"What you're seeing. That's fair, and then I'll give you that so back to this weird check. She's just meeting all these firemen dudes, and then they end up in what they call a museum. What does that mean that means I don't recall them. You a fireman. No I don't recall a museum I'm sorry I eat. That was bad dubbing or bad translation. I was starting to think that it was a bad translation whoever dubbed it because they were like? Let's head to the museum and I was like. What yeah I don't recall a museum. Well well because they continue to walk, and they walk into. What's obviously not a museum? Or if they call it a museum. That's alarming devastating because it is I. Don't know there's no history there, so they're talking about the ordinary firemen's life. He's like Oh. Yeah, I'm just an ordinary firemen and the reporter chick is like all right. Let's go watch a movie in the other room or something with her firemen dude, but that doesn't happen. is where I started to question my sanity and what? Why? Lied. Never was watching this movie. Definitely, there was a basketball scene early on with the firemen and again that is the way that's my next. No, and it's the weirdest fucking thing in the world. Yeah, I could do without the basketball scene. It was like she was like shooting mad hoops, and it's like I'll even know why she's in Mexico Or wherever they are you're. Not Guarantee correct me if I'm wrong. Slash me slash. My name is everything I didn't. I didn't read too much in this movie. I will say that I just everyone just. I think Leo, Spanish horror movie. I was like okay. Yeah I think the The police cars was the one that gave it away from me. When actually get to the entrance of the the apartments that they will be going to shortly? House, so this isn't a Mexico yeah. That's my best guess. What they did. With people from all over the place in this movie. But I think it's the accents to throw me off. Because at first they're giving like the reporter just has a really white accent and then everyone else sound, Mexican, yes, think this dub just threw me the fuck off. That was a big is a big twist. I like that's the big toys. Was the big twist. They were like Oh this day we did just screwing with your mind is fucking movie. We're going to ruin these characters for you and we're GONNA show you. A great movie is fucking Dude, but yeah, they played basketball, and then the bell thing starts ringing, and she heads into the fire truck with her camera dude, and this was when I started getting like really bad cloverfield flashbacks. Okay, yeah, Lotta. Shaky camera kind of annoying people behind the camera. But this cloverfield cloverfield come out two thousand eight. Oh It's been. It wasn't like the same year at the as. It was somewhere between two, thousand, six, two, thousand eight, but this was two thousand seven so I don't know which one came first, but anyway they ended about a house. There's a bunch of these fewer peeps there in the bottom lobby like a hotel apartment, building or something and policeman shows up with like rape stereotypical detective voice. I've ever heard in my life..

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:52 min | 6 months ago

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

"Thirty PM on. Nbc and all benefits are going to feeding America's covert nineteen response. Fun Thank you for joining us. I'm sorry about calling you flesh eating bacteria I was just trying to Segue Leslie and there. Can you please tell me how all of this together? Yeah I don't know three weeks ago or something. Nbc reached out to me and said you know. Basically they were a network with nothing to put on its network. They just all programming had been shut down and they were just sort of looking around for anything they could figure out to put on the air and they asked if I thought the pie cast of parks and REC would get back together and maybe do an old table read of an episode or something And I said I was happy to ask but that I thought it you know maybe if we if we could pull it off it would be better to be a fundraiser. And they were very excited about that. So I sent an email to the cast which is ten people and Sort of in a very lovely fashion. They all responded within an hour and said you know we're in and then at that point I thought well if we're GONNA get the whole cast back together It it ought to be something new. You know. It'd be a shame to get all those actors back together and do something. We've already done before so I had that thought of the instantly have the thought of God that's going to be so much work I don't know I don't know if we can pull that off but I rallied some of the old writers. And we got some of the old team back together and And wrote something new in about three days and then shot it with basically by emailing. I'm sorry by Fedex seeing or dropping off individual little iphone camera rigs and all the actors houses and having them kind of direct themselves and then editing altogether so it was because a heroic sort of team effort by A whole group of people who essentially volunteering their time because the whole thing's for charity. How much of a clamoring has there been for a reunion of that cast? Because I imagine there's been a lot and did you worry at all that the challenges would cheapen this amazing smart thing that you've done because it's pretty impossible to meet the standards of that show under these conditions. Yeah I mean. There's been clamoring for everything in this in this weird modern age that we're in you know there's everything's being rebooted and re conceived and reunion is D- I never thought it was gonNA happen. Frankly because I always felt and I think amy poehler felt this way to that that show a very specific argument to make And we sort of made argument and then we ended the show and I. I was very resistant to the idea of ever doing it again but but you know these are special circumstances and it seemed like if you could get that cash back together for a good cause that would be very much in keeping with this theme of the show and as far as quality goes. I mean you know look there are no two actors can be in the same place at the same time right now so we sort of knew going into it that this wasn't going to be what the show used to be. It was impossible to do that. They they all had to be alone So we just tried to make something that we thought was funny and entertaining and and it's fun to see the cast back together even if they're you know it's sort of virtual And we just sort of you know. Did what we could when you said you were very resistant where there are a lot of good offers. Was there anything tempting Because I imagine that would be rather lucrative to bring together the cast to do much of anything with parks and REC. Yeah I mean it's not like anyone ever said to me straight up like would you be interested in in getting the show back on the air There were you know When will and grace went back to DC that sort of opened the floodgates to people investigating every possibility of getting a cass back together and so it was sort of like very casually sort of put out into the ether. A little bit But it never went anywhere. I mean in part because you know Chris. Pratt is an enormous movie star We send drastic world news and the Guardians of the galaxy movies. And He's booked solid through twenty thirty seven at this point and you know and that it's not quite at that level but that's true for a lot of people who firs eason is to for Rashida Jones and it's true for any polar and it's true for Aubrey Plaza. So I was. We were sort of kept Safe by the fact that the logistically it would have been impossible under anything resembling normal circumstances but these are normal circumstances everybody in the cast like everybody in the country was just at home alone doing nothing so for this one time only thing it was it was actually easier logistically because everybody was free but long term. I don't think it's even a possibility which will prevent me from having to make that decision the parks and rec half hour scripted special airs tonight. Eight thirty PM ON NBC. All benefits go to feeding America's Cova Nineteen Response Fund. The episode tonight. How much Improv is. They're in there. How much how? Much people able to go off script or is it just one hundred percent we're doing at home. The things might gas does to do at home. Well that show was never ever hundred percent written ever In it for the simple reason that it would have been dumb to do it that way when you have people as talented as that cast is Amy Poehler is one of the greatest improvisational. Comedians ever Maybe the greatest. I mean you could make that argument and you know that entire cast is so funny. Reta so funny and practice so funny. Adam. Scott is so funny and so we we were never. We never treated the scripts like they. Were you know poems that were chiseled in stone? He was always sort of like. Here's what we wrote. Let's do this and then goof around and try to find something better and there is definitely some of that in the show tonight. There are a few guest stars that we have that I won't spoil Who We send scripts to and then they kind of Kind of did whatever they wanted to which a delight And so you you know with that. That show had a really fun kind of shaggy dog quality to it because we encourage the cast to try to beat whatever we had written There is really no ego involved In terms of the creation of the show it was best. Idea WINS. Like whoever does the funniest thing? That's the thing we'll use so there's definitely some of that tonight. Mike sure with us again creator parks and REC half hour Scripted Special. Tonight at eight thirty. Nbc All benefits going to Kovic Nineteen Response Fund Feeding America's Fund Can you tell us what success tonight in terms like? What are you expecting charitably? How can people if they WANNA give right now? Like what can they do in terms of supporting what you're trying to accomplish by making this? A charitable effort so that there's a page that set up just for us it's feeding America Dot Org backslash parks and REC spelled out A. N. D. R. E. C. And you can. It's live now so if anyone wants to donate and chip in now they can Nbc Universal got to corporate sponsors state farm and Subaru to help them and the cast and crew were also pitching in and we're matching all donations up to five hundred thousand dollars so everything up to five hundred thousand. We'll be doubled and I hope we get more than that But you're you're money is doubled if you if you pitch into this site so you can go to that site. Now it'll be it'll be up through may twenty first so if anybody has five bucks chip and her twenty bucks chip in That would be great And you know I'm I'm very hopeful that will you know that will hit five hundred thousand bucks and raise a million dollars for that Food Bank? You know that feeding America runs. I think like something. Like six hundred food banks all across the country and anyone who has been looking at the news which who hasn't frankly As seen that food banks all across America and the world are in dire need of help so it just seemed like the most obvious place to throw some money if we could So that's the deal. We're hoping to hit a million bucks and I hope to actually go past that. I have no idea what's going to happen but I very much hope that we go. We blow past the the five hundred thousand dollars. Goal my luck with the episode tonight and Good Luck answering this question. Eighty six celtics ninety seven balls. Who Wins Come on eighty six celtics what I hate to be? I hate to be built Cindy But I don't think anybody ever beat that team. That's my that's my opinion. I'm sticking to it Mike. Thank you for being with us. Always appreciate your time and appreciate your work. Thank you sir. Thank you again parks and REC tonight. New episode that's exciting for a lot of.

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"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:54 min | 7 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"And for two points? How many total episodes were there of parks and REC? What was the total episode count for Parks and Recreation? Those are all eleven questions about your friends from Ponti Indiana. We'll be right back in just a second with the parks and REC answers. We are back with the answers to parks and REC Trivia. Let's see how you did on this. Generally kind of easy around if you watch quite a bit of the shelf. You've seen it more than once. He probably knew most of these number one. What is Jerry's last name on the show? The answer there is Gerbrich Jerry. Bergische again played by Jim O'hare. Go check out my interview with Jim. At Trivia with buds on Youtube number two besides councilman. What is Jeremy Jams? Job in Ponti. He is an orthodontist. That is his profession. Orthodontist number three. How many ounces is the child size soda? Paunch Burger offer sixty four one. Twenty eight or five hundred twelve ounces. It is the latter five hundred twelve ounces enough to a the weight of a liquefied child I think they say because it's a child size number four mouse rat has a song about Li'l Sebastian. That parodies and Elton John Song title. What is their song called? Five thousand candles the wind so instead of just a candle in the wind. It's five thousand candles in the win number five. What's the name of the giant Candy Corporation in Ponti? That is Sweden's number five Sweden's number six. What is John Ralphie sister's name? Mona Lisa Sapper Stein number six Mona Lisa number seven. What's the name of Tom's clothing? Rental store rent swag which I think is a great idea for a store. I would go rent stuff like that if they were a round number eight. An hosts a Halloween party dollars. She dressed at raggedy Ann. That makes sense right. That's her name number nine. What were does Chris? Love to say to embellish how excited he gets literally literally number nine literally and number ten at a point in the series Leslie Dates. A COP played by WHAT COMEDIAN? Louis C. K. Louis C. K. And Bonus for two points. How many total episodes were there of the show? One hundred and twenty five one twenty five so there. You have it guys. Eleven questions. Eleven answers parks and REC. If you want some fun facts about me in parks and REC. I got to be on the episode. Where Ben and Leslie get married to two part episodes if you WANNA go watch that on Netflix? Look for me in the scene where Leslie is addressing. All of her friends on stage. Think it's right at the be the right at the end of the first part The first episode so the First Half Hour. She's on stage thanking everyone for coming and stuff like that and I think they decide to have their wedding so it's right before that or right after that and she's on stage and they cut to the crowd on the dance floor and it's the entire cast and me and there's not too many other people around that you can see their faces so you could probably see me pretty easily in there and It's pretty cool. Jim Actually got the entire cast to sign that picture for me so I freeze framed. It tended to him and I have a framed. Signed picture from the entire cast of me all of them on this show so it was very cool and. I'm very fortunate that I've got to do that when I moved to. I think it was two thousand thirteen or so so little fun fact about me and the show if you guys want more parks and REC Trivia. I just did a live stream. The other night it is available on my facebook page FACEBOOK DOT COM SLASH. Ryan buds to our show five different parks and REC rounds other than the questions. You just answered for today's episode so go check that out if you want some more Ponti Action. Thank you guys for listening. We have one more question for. It's a question of the day and it is. What is Bruce? Wayne's Dad's name Tweet me your answer at Ryan buds or email Ryan buds gmail.com to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's question of the day answer was a key for the last edible item in Pacman. That's not a fruit and your trivia team name of the day is paw knee to the Gut Pau knee to the gut. Thank you guys for listening. Thanks for watching on Youtube. Thanks for telling. And we'll tomorrow for MORE TRIVIA WITH BUDS cheers.

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"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

02:22 min | 7 months ago

"rec" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Grab yourself a big old soda from Panch Burger and set up the CONESA done. Shyer because I've got eleven questions for you and all your friends from Pony and parks and recreation remember. It's all about the cones. This is trivia would buds what it be a welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast. I'm your host Ryan Buds. Thanks for checking out my show. If you are brand new to the show you can hit subscribe so you never miss an episode and there are eight hundred go back and listen to if you want binge something on this crazy worldwide quarantine. I keep myself busy with live streams every single night and speaking of parks and REC. Which is the topic for? Today I had a great great Livestream last night and invited my friend. Shimo hair onto the call. Who Played Jerry on the show? Jerry Berry Terry Gary Larry and if you WANNA go watch that on my youtube channel YouTube dot com slash trivia with buds. It's one of my newest videos and you can watch a nice little fun. Five Minute interview with me Jim O'hare talking about some of his favorite moments from the show some of his favorite guest stars and some little known secrets to the filming of the show. So go check that out if you like parks and REC. We've got eleven questions for you on the show today. We're GONNA jump into those eleven questions right now. Here we go all right guys parks and REC Trivia. Here comes question number one. What is Jerry's last name on the show question number one? What is Jerry's last name on the show? Question Number One question number two besides councilman. What is Jeremy Jams? Profession question number two besides councilman. What is Jeremy Jams? Profession number? Two question number three. How many ounces is the child size soda? Offered at Paunch Burger is at sixty four ounces. One hundred twenty eight ounces or five hundred. Twelve ounces number three. How big is the child size soda from Panch Burger Sixty four one.

"rec" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"rec" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"On rec this is fox news hi this is Richard procedurally hosted a financial symphony and investment adviser representative at Carolina retirement resources to receive a free copy of my retirement rescue tool kit text the phrase kit to five five five eight eight eight again tax the phrase kit to five five five eight eight eight or call seven oh four eight nine seven two one seven six and tune into the financial symphony with Richard puja rally on new stock eleven ten and ninety nine point three W. B. T. back with Richard Ricci from affordable siding and windows before summer ends take a good look at your home how's that paint look in what about the windows how about the roof what about those doors now's the time to call your home town home improvement experts at affordable signing a windows for all your James hardy siding needs your cedar ridge siding needs replacement window and door needs and yes roofing done right are you guys so why should people call you for the month of August this month take fifteen hundred dollars off any complete citing purchase by two windows to get the third one for a take five hundred dollars off any new roof and five hundred dollars off of any door system and no one will match our quality and beat our price don't forget you can see and touch all these products at our show home on Monroe road so come by and see what they could look like own your house for over twenty years they've been your home town home improvement experts that's rich in Richie from affordable siding and windows seven oh four five three six six two two five that seven oh four five three six six two two five or online at affordable citing dot com use talk eleven ten ninety nine three W. PT home of the Carolina Panthers the tech guy in that music means it's time for Sam apple Sam and he is a principal researcher Navigant research and does a great car podcast of wheel bearings dot media and he's in studio with me today you couldn't take this summer in.

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"rec" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"rec" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"The total be live from the rec hall every morning and it's just going to be a dream there's gonna be a talent show of course okay so this camp that we're renting a camp we actually went to camp and the grounds are like this really beautiful campgrounds that are owned by this company and they rented out corporate companies and different camps like all these different groups so we knew that the i would call this camp and the only place doesn't work out with where we're working out we're him i'm not interested in going to someone else's cam o nick no connection to the big bonfire which obviously would do every night and the counseling the counseling and what they did when we were at campus every time there's a bonfire was also talent show there would be a big speaker like we would sing and dance and whatever other towns would totally do that camp two hundred percent the whole time you play an instrument bring it where doing live country music all weekend was bring your insurance bring your chairs like those chairs that you get like festivals where they just they screw up and then they sit down creek no legs like the real chairs share share everyone has ringing me share on bringing the leg in the cup holder and maybe a little heating i'm gonna bring a beanbag like it's gonna be so epic and like i just wanted to be amazing so that we are doing it like twice a summer it's made dream jackie seem and then more than that will have waterfront ropes course it'll be any all camp activities but like we weren't with the wine in your hand when we were on the phone on the kempter was like well would you want like just us put a schedule together if like titties for you guys like evening activities or just like everyone meals and have everyone do what they want i'm like no we want the full experience i want to wake up obviously not as early as we speak but i want the whole day like i literally wake up it's fine we'll be at nine breakfast thirty you'll be woken up to claudia singing a across on the star spring about their and this thing the bunks even if you know someone great you can you can request in the same mark as your friend that you're going with but if you don't know anyone like that's even better it'll be so toasty june operate your boyfriend's like this is a girl's trip obviously like and we can't discriminate against genders and we don't we but the job bring your boyfriend sobering straighten guy friends like it's not for them you know this is what's getting me through now and this is my motivation for breakfast we need to be sponsored by pd anyways details.

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"rec" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

NewsRadio1620

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"rec" Discussed on NewsRadio1620

"But you had this really interesting property on his life which isn't mechanistic and then your third option is that you are a human being now of course you are a human being but it needs something more it means that you had a mechanistic body you have life but you have something else that makes you different than animals and machines and that may be that you're conscious that you experienced the world but you have a soul so the the reason that that such an important question is that the people who believe every single job is going to be taken by machines and who believe we need to be worried about artificial intelligence are almost to a person people who believe that they are machines i host a radio podcast called voices and that had seventy or so people on the show and i put the question today do you think general intelligence as possible and artificial general intelligence and all three pleaded is because they say nothing in you is anything but machinery and if that is the case then someday we will build a mechanical person and in some day we will make that person better and if you don't believe that if you're one of the actually majority of people that think there's something non mechanistic about you then you don't need to worry about those things at all and so the book never really says what i think because it doesn't matter if i think i'm a machine or an animal or human what matters is the reader and so the book is really exploring those questions from an technical standpoint there's a book anyone can read and apply their own values to and i think a lot of clarity about the future with byron rec did tell me when we were corresponding by email that the unusual thing with this book is at it isn't just your opinions but in what you wrote was reduction of them down to their core assumptions in such a way as to provide the reader a framework to apply their own beliefs to them so that's an interesting twist because most books you buy although you do have an authoritative tone in your in your book and you're certainly knowledgeable in this space but you do leave some of it up to the reader which is which is really an interesting sort of twists yet still informative enlightening depending on how we interpret or how what we where we believe that we fit into this whether we're machine animal or human even with consciousness and artistic expression and things like that.

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