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'Chernobyl' and 'Harry Potter' actor Paul Ritter dies at 54
"Actor Paul Ritter has died of a brain tumor at the age of fifty four I marches are a letter with a look at his career Paul Ritter was known for his versatility he played an engineer blamed for a mistake at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the HBO drama Chernobyl he appeared as the wizard Eldred warble in Harry potter and the half blood prince he portrayed a member of a mysterious organization in the James Bond film quantum of solace British audiences knew him for the sitcom Friday night dinner he was nominated for a Tony Award in two thousand eight for his role in the Norman conquests
MLB moves All-Star Game over Georgia voting law
"Overhaul, says ABC is Erich Ritter. Ski Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said relocating the All Star game in the MLB draft is the best way to demonstrate the game's values. And he said fair access to voting continues to have our games unwavering support Man for did not immediately announce a new host city President Biden this week offered his strong support for moving the All Star game from Atlanta after Georgia and acted a voting law that critics say unfairly limits access to the ballot box. Specially for people of color Governor Brian Camp accuse Major league baseball of caving to the cancel culture. You're listening. To ABC News thistles, Your
"ritter" Discussed on Dental Up
"Is a retired nasa not an international space station commander and a colonel in the us. Air force aka a fighter pilot and this american heroes. Name is terry virts vr. And if you want a little more from him he was just on a joe. Rogan's podcast in december of two thousand twenty. It's episode one five seven seven and in case. You're wondering no. He doesn't get hot. Boxed like alight did although it's a cool interview nonetheless and terry checks in with us today to remind us that as a former international space station commander and all around amazing human being that. I'm just that amazing. At podcasting he also described doing something on the space station. That made this week's interview. Guests loses mind because as it turns out our interview guests. This week dr rob ritter grew up wanting to be an astronaut and still wants to be an astronaut. So here's terry hello mike. This is former astronaut. Terry virts and i have a request from dentists of the galaxy. Mike congratulations on episode to thirteen of the dental up. Podcast i hear this week's guest. Dr robert r still wants to be an astronaut. While tell you what rob if we opened a dental office on the international space station. I'll toss your name in the hat you know. I did the first ever filling. When i was commander of the space station when my crewmates losses filling and i was there to do it for the first time ever so. I'm a space. Dennis myself on the weekends but if i were pilot during the day bye-bye hey terry a little more detail there please. I mean that's awesome that you did filling on the space station the first one ever. But we're a dental audience. We need a little more info. Did you actually use phosphoric acid on the two and when you rinsed. The gel off didn't float to the ceiling. Does composite cure faster at at zero gravity. Do you even bother to check the exclusion zero gravity or. Do you have to wait till you get back to earth. Not so many questions terry. We got to have him back in. Really go over this. I feel like he just stuck with his thumb and it was probably do cure or self care material. I don't know. I don't see him out. With sandpaper this shaping. It checking the mid line making sure the surface textures right. I'd like to see that. I space filling at least until raider gets his license up on the s s. Okay so as mentioned today's dental interviews. The great dr rob ritter robbed received as dental degree from the university of south florida. In nineteen ninety-four rob has published many articles and adhesive and aesthetic dentistry in a served on editorial boards for every almost every journal He's an editorial board member on reality. I still love reality. robs a member of every academy as well as a graduate and most importantly..
"ritter" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Well we were talking about apologies in the building. I i was pointed out to me that at some point aside from her first apology rachel on some stories like hey people who are defending me. Stop i actually. I did was wrong. And that's that's because it's nice to feel supported or whatever but if you're if you're trying to truly be accountable you have to also say to the people like you didn't do anything wrong. No i actually did and at least from here. It seems like she's learning but again. I thought you know i feel like i agree with you. I spend listen to this for a lot of reasons. This season has been stressful for everyone to cover i. I don't know rachel and clearly what she did in the past was wrong. I we have all done again. Like i said ignorant things Many of us are lucky enough to have that not be on the internet right I don't know rachel as a person but it seems like she at least wants to take the right steps in learning. And i agree with you. That seem like a positive thing. We'll see where it goes from here. Like i said in the past is it. People will show you who they are. You often the first time. And if they apologize like we'll find out who rachel is. I'm sure we found out who garrett was after he apologized. Someone who's proven to strike not be remotely interested in learning despite him saying it right and we'll figure it out right but again i do f- the i've seen the i i think one of the things is that that's so positive about all of this stuff is when we as a community see these things happen and come out. We as bystanders. Also have the opportunity to learn and go. Oh wow okay. I you know now i know this thing that maybe i didn't know before and i think there's an and the people who are in the middle of it react however they react and either. They apologized with a dawn. Either follow through on changing their actions and really fighting against what they had done or or they don't but but i do think it's. It's so interesting and worthwhile to to talk about all this stuff and you know and hash it out and and then yet at the end of the day Hopefully everybody learns something in. We grow as early as a community of people. Yup while said jason on that note. I want to say as always thank you for taking your time and recapping with us Please come back again. You know just isn. I think we'll just slot you in for the same room with him. One time it's a delight once again please remind our audience of where they can find you What you're doing where they can find more of you. Yeah all that good stuff. I'm a. I'm at at jason. Ritter one word on twitter that sort of my main thing although i haven't do not much on their Doing a lot of like listening and liking and virgo no paying attention but not not writing And on instagram on jason underscore runner But i haven't toasted there awhile but it's fun to sir you're out there. You're working on the screen later. And i will let you know on those twitter thing so if you follow me on there then yeah i'll be sure to tell you some Thanks so much jason. Thanks so much guys for listening Hope you enjoyed this this recap be sure to check out if you haven't are ask nic episode from monday. Maybe our best my best ethnic performance of all time and then tomorrow a fantastic episode Talking about You might be interested in this. Jason human design. All right we find out least. Yeah with a world renowned expert in human design Jenna zoe Breaks down what it. What is human design. How can we learn about ourselves. Through whom in design. What is the science behind it and and where you could go to find out more about yourself and It was really fascinating. So you be sure to check that out and Send your questions at ethnic. A casper dot com with casper cast..
"ritter" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Going on everybody. Welcome to another episode of the vowels. I am your host nick. Nice to meet you. Not sure if you've heard of me. Meanwhile the someone just like. Download this episode. We're like who the fuck this guy say. Listen very specific recap episode of a certain show but any who. I don't to assume my name's nick. Chrissy is my produce from by her. We also have alley. Amanda in studio Making sure that we get the names right and they do a lot more than that but they they do do that important thing. Yeah yeah we have We have a fantastic episode for you. legend bachelor commentator fan favorite. Delightful human jason. Ritter as as here to join us to break down the tell and Sometimes it tell all is is hard to recap. because you're recapping a recap. But i gotta say i feel like and i really dominated the conversation and found some really good nuggets on how to watch the tele. It was it was a unique. Tell all like never before and we get into y so be sure to tune in. Yeah i guess. I guess what i'm saying is if you listen to this much of this episode already. Don't don't quit now. Power through our through power through Not for you for jason. At least yes. I don't think jason needs. This is probably the most fun he has like. He probably with this other but we love. We are appreciate appreciative of him. Also one thing. We didn't talk about Jason and defense was it who was it What's the word in the bloopers at the girl. Couldn't say i couldn't say it. What is it compartmentalize. Thank you if you focus on it. Carp outcome compartmentalize compartmentalize hard. To say i come part. Metalized compartmentalize compartmentalize empathize with that young lady gary episode. Jason ritter I hope you enjoy it. Please give five stars. Thanks for listening and We have a great episode on wednesday. If you're interested in human design what does he mean. Designed great question. Well you can learn about what that is on wednesday with world renowned human design expert jenna zoe and it's a great way to another science a pseudoscience about learning about ourselves. If you're into australia and and other kind of personality tasks or things like that really fascinating discussion. And what that is and what you can learn about yourself in relationships through human design and that is on a wednesday tomorrow and be sure to check that out Other than that go back and check it our ethnic episode. Personally i think crushed it but that's just me and On that thanks for listening love. You stay nice out there by by. Don't leave. don't hang up. Don't hang.
Minnesota left Columbus, Ohio, with a 83-59 loss Sunday, falling to the Ohio State Buckeyes
"By a score of 4 to 1. Older go for women while they were stunned by Ohio State, losing to the Buckeyes at Ritter Arena, by a score of 2 to 1 in the Gulf for women were out shot. 38 to 22 did not score their lone goal until there were 51 seconds left. In the game. Oh,
Ridder, No. 7 Cincinnati roll over East Carolina, 55-17
"Seven Frank Cincinnati blew out east Carolina fifty five seventeen to improve to seven on overall and five in when the American athletic conference Desmond Ridder threw for three hundred twenty seven yards and three touchdowns and he also ran for a score Fillmore watching defense nor does the boulders looks another showed us exactly what the employer and you know all this the rest of the season and we will catch up on it all were needed to be Ritter has accounted for seventeen touchdowns the past four games including nine rushing scores Jerome Ford ran for a pair of TV's for the Bearcats whose team record nineteen game home winning streak at the fourth longest among FBS schools ECU's Holden Ehlers through for just eighty seven yards with three interceptions I'm Dave very
"ritter" Discussed on WTOP
"Ritter. 55 degrees in Colombia. Now, 56 Penn Quarter 50 for in Chantilly and its 7 11. Now only two people can win. But on the D. C. Bell it there are more than 20 candidates running for at large seeds on the D. C council and the district. There is an at large council race. There's 24 candidates. But really, it's boiling down to just a handful after Democrat Robert White in the pic to race, the top tier candidates are Marcus Goodwin. Vincent Orange, Ed Lazier and Christina Henderson. No one else has really demonstrated that they have any shot at winning. That's political consultant Chuck Thesis. He's also treasurer of the re election campaign of Vincent Gray, who's running unopposed thesis, believes voting by mail will add an extra wrinkle, with many failing to read the ballot instructions and only voting for one person in the crowded race at the machine. It tells you that you've that you've rendered an undervote John Aaron w T o P News. D C. Residents, who are currently in prison for a felony have the right to vote, thanks to a local law that was recently passed, But those trying to register the prisoners are running into challenges. NBC four reports. So far, only about 300 of the 2600 prison inmates from D C have registered to vote. Community activist Ron Moting says it's important to keep trying. We want people who re instances society to not be the problem but to be a part of the solution, and this was a step in the right direction. Part of the problem. Federal Bureau of Prisons won't share the addresses of inmates, citing privacy concerns. Inmates are spread out at 107 different federal prisons across the country. The sentencing project is a DC based advocacy group that works to address racial disparities in the criminal justice system, and it released a new report on how felony convictions are impacting minority groups being able to vote advocacy group finds that one in 16 blacks of voting age. Cannot cast ballots because of a felony conviction and over 2% of Latin ex Americans eligible to vote cannot do so for the same reason. The research building on previous data from 2016 shows that more than 7% of adults and Alabama, Florida, Mississippi and Tennessee can't vote because of a felony record. The study estimates that 5.2 million cannot cast ballots because of current or previous felony convictions. Alison Key CBS NEWS TOE, Landis, Cortez, Washington of Gaithersburg was shot to death. 2002 no one was ever charged with his murder. But 18 years later, his family says they know who did it, and they're demanding Just a sicky A Brown and her sister Nakia have gone to Montgomery County District Court to apply for murder charges against three individuals and their brothers killing 18 years ago. My brother's murderers need to be arrested today. Yesterday. A.
Best Of Reputation, Reviews, Recommendations & Referrals with Mark S.A. Smith
"Welcome Mark sa Smith back for the third time and I do believe that essay stands for super awesome. Is that correct or something? The adapter smart-ass depending on how you doing. Actually it actually stands for Steven antin with a name like Smith, you know, you need to have extra names and for me, it's my brand. Right, right. You're Brian Bacon off of the three big I Delight to be with you and I love our conversations and I'm honored to be a three-peat with you. And let's Dive Right In cuz we've got some hot stuff off and only yeah, we do. So as I was telling you in the precursor and earlier this week, I did a podcast and blog on managing your reputation. And today I gave a presentation about managing your reputation. So what I wanted to talk to you about because I mean you work in the the corporate world. I mean you're in the big you're in the big pond and you know, damn fortune five hundred companies. Yeah. Yeah. So you're playing with some big fish and we talked about I mean the two things that we did before was managing disruption. And then how do you catch a whale so yep Working with these whales the question that you know, we're going to get into today is about getting reviews in managing your reputation. So let's let's start off by talking about wage. You know, how do you get people to give good reviews? What's your what's your process or what your thoughts on that? I love this. Well, I want to frame this up just a little bit. You know, I'm a small business doing business with big business and that has benefits and has distractions and attractions, you know, the benefit is that the checks tend to be large the distractions is that as you pointed out constipation compensation constipation. They tend to be slow payers. So you just have to manage all that and that said today we are all driven by reviews. So consider this listener a.m. The last time you bought something from Amazon that you had never bought before without checking out the reviews. How about you Brian? I'm just joined Amazon Prime this year and I can honestly say yo, Coolest thing ever you get something delivered on a Sunday. But hey always check the reviews. I mean, that's every time it's price and reviews. Those are the two most important things to me and you know, we look for a couple thoughts and reviews number one is we look for you know, how many five-star reviews and we look for people that are having genuine problems. And for me. I also look for the negative reviews because I want to find out what kind of problems people have so I can say no that's not a true problem or I don't expect that problem or or to say, you know that I appreciate that Insight. I think I'm going to choose something else. I'm sure it's the same for you know, absolutely. Yeah. I mean that's you know, I'll definitely look at the negative reviews and if it's if it's something, you know, if there's enough of the same thing that's usually because there's always a troll or somebody out there that's going to be something negative cuz they just were not happy that day, you know competitors do it all the time competitors frequently troll products and so in the world of Amazon you look for a job. Flight purchased it they really buy it if they didn't really bite. Forget it. I'm going to ignore that. So the point that is that we do we're we become we become a review page driven society and the second example of that is Yelp know when do we go to restaurants without reviewing them on Yelp or without having somebody say, oh, you gotta go try it out right now with have to have reviews and it's built into our DNA now. So with that it means that we have to collect reviews we have to ask for reviews. We have to post reviews we have to manage reviews and the best way to do that is to actively ask for them. So, how do you go about it getting reviews Brian see now? This is a place where I disagree with you because when you ask for a review page, you ask for a testimonial what most people say they say, yeah sure. No problem. I'll get through and then it just sits and sits and sits and then you remind him a second time you think about it a week or two later and say hey, can I get a name? Review. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Sorry I forgot about it. And then you ask him a third time and then they started getting annoyed cuz you're bugging them. So the way that I do it and the way that I found the most success and this is actually based on a book that I read called The Hundred zero principle and it's buy one of my mentors is name is Al Ritter and you can actually get it on Amazon. It's written by it's a by company called Simple truths and his principal is not give a hundred percent of yourself a hundred percent of the time expect nothing in return and Watch What Happens the way that I get reviews so ask for I give them a lot of used to people that I work with. I'll go on LinkedIn and I'll write them a review. What is LinkedIn do that? LinkedIn actually says, hey you got a review from Brian Basilico. Do you want to return the favor of nine times out of ten? We are competitive we as we get a review we're going to say, well, he wrote a really nice review. I'm going to do a better one and I'm going to put more thought process into it and I'm going to do it now because Want to return the favor at this moment and I would owe you right about 70% of the time. You not only get the review a lot faster or the testimonial lot faster. But what you end up getting a much more glowing heartfelt thought-out review beautiful. I love the idea of give a review to get a review another strategy that I suggest is to ask for a review when somebody compliments, you know these days when people say thanks a lot of really appreciate what you did for me. Most people say no problem don't ever say that you're wasting an opportunity. No problem. Lies that what you did has no value and the world was sales as in politics is run on a favor bank. So if somebody says thank you put a favor in your favor Bank. You're welcome. I wage you do the same for me. Would you do me a favor and which case they're going to say sure. Would you mind just typing that up that those same things and I know you also record it when people are dead. Online and so you just asked me if you can transcribe it. That's a brilliant strategy. Yeah,
"ritter" Discussed on The Viall Files
"WHAT'S GOIN' everybody hat be Bachelorette. Premier recap. On. Tuesday. Monday, Wednesday, I don't know but season one of cleric Clare, Teixeira season. We don't really know but I'll tell you what did not disappoint. And break it down Shit show by piece we have an amazing guests for you today. Wonderful talented. Actor. Producer Jason Ritter son of legendary. Actor John Ritter but he is a diehard Bashar Fan. He's hysterically funny. You brought notes. So. Good might be my favorite bachelor recap guest. One, hundred percent. In tears. So, it's a it'll be a lot to live up to for future. Gas We've had some great once we've had some great ones. So I mean put Jason in the hall of fame of Bachelor Recap. People. So I, hope you enjoy it as much as we did talking about it. Before to. That, couple house. House cleaning notes obviously people's choice people. We certainly hope you've been voting and if you have been voting, you can vote scenes you know it it really does mean the world to me that you are taking the time to vote and and sharing with your friends and it's if you haven't voted, it's takes a few seconds of you have voted already it's even easier to vote again. So thank you so much in you know I. Hope You guys win. Patriot, it's still out there. It's we'll. We'll. It'll stay out there but thirteen episodes available. Now, all the women from my season Vanessa Jen, Savia? No talking about our relationship in Paradise Amena Staten Talking about her relationship with Josh Paradise We also recap the notebook and we recap how does a guy in ten days and give a sterile breakdown of those movies so Thirteen episodes and counting. So if you're looking for some more bachelor content and just some fun lighthearted entertainment that is available to you for a very low price and commercial free of five bucks if you want to be a super inexpensive. Come and go as you please. The link is on my social Go to Patriot search my name and thanks for supporting that project. It means a lot and I promise you for the people who haven't listened to it. you won't regret it. It's like the most. You've wasted money always money but it you're GONNA you're gonna I promise. You'll love it. S. Pretty giving credit please pretty good. It's entertaining. Way To not. Sell it. Cut, that out and it's It's it's amazing. You could live without it. It's fucking great Well other than that Tune in tomorrow for a an amazing episode with legendary singer Songwriter, Richard Marx in his wonderful wife also legendary host and public figure talent daisy flint as to talk about their marriage relationship life. Love Second Chances Having Fun and a great conversation. Be Sure to tune in tomorrow If you are new to this show or you're only tuning in to get bachelor content makes check us out on our ass knicks on Mondays we got a great episode for you next week with Kelly Oxford. I guess for ethnic very talented writer in very funny person and knowledgeable person we give relationship advice. we're doing a lot of things people so thanks for. The show and welcome subscribe fuck..
"ritter" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
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"ritter" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Our in our sister carly was a huge factor in that as well because before I moved back to Los Angeles to do it she she had been doing some Marie Condo at our mom's house. This is the former condos around, but she was doing what I just spring cleaning at the house. And I remember we were talking and she was like you know I came across this letter that was a letter that I had written to my future self and she was like and it said don't open. This is for one year you know like in your forty s or whatever, and she was like so of course, I opened it and I read it and I just couldn't believe she started telling me all these things I had read when I was like ninth grade or whatever. she was like you started talking about how if? Didn't work out that you wanted to be an actor and she was like I never knew that about you and I remember her telling me that and being like Oh my God I did that is part of me and that was maybe before I, started feeling like there wasn't room or that it wasn't my pack. and so I remember that being a little green light I feel like, maybe I subconsciously just needed some green lights. Said there wasn't any room. You felt like there wasn't any room. What is that feeling? You know what I mean because that's not really a rational thought. I. It's more of an insecurity. You definitely an insecurity but Jason had been acting since he did his first play crossroads roads when he was in first, grade. You know like it was just always in his bones and he was always so great and worked so hard and went to school for it and. And I just that was like. In my mind that's what you had to do to be a working actor Ed. So it was just like well that ship sailed and then you know and then you sort of start to hear that. You know I I think I was Tony was twenty five when I moved back and I just. had. My mindset I was like I'm just going to get into a couple of different studios and just go every day and just see if I can catch up and you know, did you ever feel that you ever feel the pressure I? I know K. Roller is because I always talk about shit. When we deal with two actors, you know one who is perceived as more successful than the other because essentially I'm a successful actor when you compare myself to my family, you know. That's just the reality of it. Right was there anything in you? That is sort of you know Oliver's the least successful actor in the family, right? A better way of is there. Is there a part of you that feels black sheep ish or that needs to sort of do something to prove yourself even though it may not be rational and you know that it's coming from a you know not the greatest place is that is that ever a part of your feeling? I imagine it's deep in there but I also, I am so lucky that I have a hard time letting those thoughts override anything else. just in the sense of like. And it's even true in grade school like the number of times I got into class and it was like, oh my gosh, you're Jason. Carly younger brother and I would see that reaction and be like this is going to be a nice year for me But. Anyway, just going back to tyler like so you felt lucky to have your older siblings but. But no feelings of sort of that. Know I want I want to become something I want to be what they are or you know what I mean like any of that You know I think As far as like fame goes. I. Think we saw our as we talked about at the very beginning. We saw a dad sort of trying to duck out of that for so much of our lives that it. Came in in itself, never really called to me in. La. It freaks me out more than anything the idea of like not having any privacy's. So that doesn't necessarily call to me being successful obviously does and wanting to be working and and like the number of conversations you have where it's like. So what are you doing now and you just have nothing? Horrible feeling and I remember like when I had I was expecting son I was having my first child and I didn't have a job lined up and I was like this. Isn't like. It's such a huge integral part to being a dad. I. Feel like I have to have something. and I remember talking to our mom about it and she was like you know. There are a lot of those things that you have wrapped up in your head that are not true. You don't have to have a job lined up to be a good dad. You know at that point I was like spiraling a little bit I remember being like I can't fix anything either in the kitchen your dad can think. Jack Squat. But I definitely have I think I, just you know the fear would be to not be working but I don't. I don't truly find myself. You Know I. Don't find myself measuring myself up against Jayson or dad or anything. All the while knowing that if if anything it's helped me get as far as I am. So there's always a sense of gratitude but I also got show pretty early on I. Remember hearing from a couple of producers when I I got TA. You're not going work for five years be. Listen Bro I'm so into this, I'm so excited for you. I just want to warn you there's a lot of rejection. Lot Of. You've seen me struggles releases and then. I'LL PILOT Look they don't always get. Up Well..
"ritter" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Be. Nice And like no I like I want to if I if I start here. On, the opposite I'm like, who wants one who? I want my kids think I'm cool as shit right. Anyone WanNA picture. Because so my kids think that I'm like I'm I'm the man. Gaga camping on people's shoulders restaurant. where? You know. I am wearing a hat so. I should. I should have. Sorry. Sorry. What about Tyler did you get where you cool with all that or did you get frustrated with up at all I was I was I got it I. Think we had sort of been given a little bit of that explanation. And that it was coming from his love for us and that sort of protective major. But there were times where you know. He had he had this rule for himself that if anyone asked him if he was John, then he would say no like if they gave him out, he would take it. Yeah. He would like live by that. No matter how much they tried to change the narrative. So the Hey, are you John Ritter? He's like no. Wait no yeah, you are no. Yeah. No, and it would just sometimes get to appointment. was probably so obvious because I'm sure I was turning beat red and just like staring at him like we're lying. House. The other thing is how this very awkwardly stereo you right now. He also greatly enjoyed embarrassing us on site. What happened and we would be like Oh my God just tell the truth they know. Why did you say you quit? Yeah like. Yeah do that's a great joy a great joy and you guys will hopefully understand this is later on is embarrassing your children. I have so much fun doing that. I, it's the best. It is. that. There was a lot of elevator games in our family as well. He. Dad would just pretend like he was just a strange guy in an elevator and just pretend you don't me and then no matter who got in the elevator even if they were like. He would continue to bit like. And trying to figure. I'd.
"ritter" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Love Nest. Tyler comes along. Now you're five years older said, do you remember specifically that moment I do have a memory of leg? Him. Coming. Like seeing him What. Do you call we? We have one. Yeah, my little strapped in seat very You carry babies around and I'm sure is named burt. Yes, they most ask it and the river heck I found. But I do remember that I remember thinking like oh They don't just come out like, Hey, under little rather like let's I'm trees others so small. I forgot about this whole bar now carly is so fun and we can talk to each other and A. Grown a little bit. Yeah. I know watching at least Ronnie there is the and it's it's gotta be just it's so instilled in our DNA in our makeup when she sees a baby, she goes Oh, I mean she's nineteen months oh BP. And my son's like none of them were like. You know none of. Yeah she's in. Helmet yeah. So what I'm asking is didn't have that Oh baby instinct through tyler it was more like, okay well. I know I mean I I was very excited I just. How do we speak as long as they're miracle growth that we can like for for a? And I like that carried. Through around a lot of our lives I think like I wanted him I was like tomorrow's GonNa Roller coasters like you just you just made it to the line like this is this is life welcome to and. Very, excited I wanted them to and I think in a lot of ways it was like. WAS, like can I. Go at my own pace a little bit. Here's here's these board games tonight. So here's how you he's like I'm to. Learn some words. Like. Wow. NOP elite. I, don't like. About. Cat Ones. Where where did you guys grow up? Like brand runs. Area Yeah. But also when I was born, you guys had to move. So I imagine that was also a negative impact on your life. had. Your own room, and then I came along and. Take up shop. Yeah. Right. Leave my special while behind. And I'm reminded of that wall. One of my one of my. Parents Friends had painted all of these little. Animals. On the wall like Tiger and appeared in all these like little just mural like just painted on the actual law and when I was growing up, I had this thing where if I was having a nightmare. The Tiger and the giraffe monkey like jump off the wall into my nightmare like saved me from whatever monster there was. So, when I had leave the we were like moving and it was also exciting and I was like. How do we? How do we get these guys there? Well now they they stay here. Is What about my nightmares just GonNa die in nightmares now. I was I was I actually I I remember being like. I like going to sleep and being like I'm on my own in these newcomers now. Yeah so wait a minute wait. This is fascinating to me. Would they actually appear in your nightmare like they would come or was this something you were imagining or were you doing acid at the age? If, I was doing. I was given. I was being sprinkled into my third lives. Now, I just that was like the image. Nightmare at have some terrifying thing come in for me, and then I, just see A. Tiger leap in Oh. Thank you and. You're say that's an awesome. Yeah. I want to create that for myself now at the age of forty three. You're. Being. Done now to just has a spooky black and white forest all around him. At school but..
"ritter" Discussed on Sibling Revelry with Kate Hudson and Oliver Hudson
"Never, like they have there's this thing called like an inflammation level and people's bodies and how higher low it is determines like what you actually like how you age. and. Yeah. Mason. Yes, chooses. Flame since like. Days old. Showing blamed it's I'm I'm as flaming as they. You're actually nine years old around. -actly. Okay. So where were you born? Are You guys cedars? Kids are Saint John's. John. Oh Yeah. Fuck off. That cal. Yesterday. Hyphen. So Carly was the first one to come home. Do you remember? I kind of remember in the United. Thing, right heard a bunch of stories. And then I've included those into my memories. But I remember so great stories, I. Great Stories in Nazi great stories. Apparently, I was like so excited. and then after a certain period of time I was off. While that was great. So when do we drive back to the via? Hospital yeah. Just so much fun. For The three of us is. One thing and. And and then I I became like as far as I can put together. I became very. Protective and has like trying to destroy her. which is weird to say because I don't think like I'm evil person at heart but you hear stories about yourself before you were like conscious doing like. That's one. Some of the things that you were you were. I think an example that on sort of encapsulates both these things is she really wanted to at a certain point maybe she was like two or at this point four, three, five something like that. She really wanted to me to open the gate to go out onto the street. So I? Opened it for Gentlemen. All there to look both ways. And then and then I was like mom. Charlie's. God Yes. Either upstream downstream. To. Get get around six. o'clock. Yeah and they're another story that I heard where my mom Saami. Harley come on this this one and she was crawling after me. Come aren't right there right there, and then I just took a sliding door and very softly started to like squeeze.
Severe Thunderstorm Warnings For Parts Of Washington, DC Area
"Severe thunderstorms popping up in central Maryland. Let's go to storm Team four meteorologist Matt Ritter News era. It is an isolated thunderstorm, but it is a severe is produced some wind damage near the city of Frederick a short time ago. The latest severe thunderstorm warnings in effect has been extended southeastward from the city of Frederick, affecting northwestern Howard County, South Central Carroll County. In North Central Montgomery County and the rest of southeastern Frederick County stated until 6 15. Now there's AH, one area particular of concern very close to Newmarket and Green Valley. Parts of Maryland route 75 there where there might be inch diameter Hail falling right now on some of those locations, a cz Wella some 60 mile per hour wind gust, causing some tree damage in that area. But as for the city of Frederick itself, it looks like there's just some light showers and some lightning left over. Right now from the storm areas that are affected by the extended severe thunderstorm. Warning include Damascus in Clarksburg are Bana Woodfield. Layton's Ville Sunshine extends down to Montgomery Village basically kind of parallels Georgia Avenue route 97 up into parts of South Central Carroll County near the Sykesville area, just to the north north of a brook, Phil, and only again, this warning continues until 6 15 as the storm continues to move to the Southeast. And about 20 MPH. So if you're in those areas that I just mentioned to be ready, you'll probably be getting this severe thunderstorm in the next 15 to 20 minutes. There's some non severe thunderstorms. Heavy showers in parts of extreme northern Loudon County right now, not much else happening in the district for the time being or in the rest of Maryland. But we'll keep an eye on things as it continues to be a very warm and very humid day. Again. Not that severe thunderstorm warning continues until 6 15 will have the full storm team for 40 forecast coming up the next weather on the eight Sarah.
Chuck Woolery says he never thought COVID-19 was a hoax
"Back on July, Twelfth Chuck woolery was trending, which always gets our attention. When we mentioned this name, Chris made the other day we gotTA. What is wordperfect style reaction? So just? In case you don't know. Chuck woolery was the host of the eighties nineties game show love connection. which was sort of scrolling through tinder in a doctor's waiting room? Am I getting? Am I? Get any ambience of that show right? Here's the opening theme of loving. Welcome to world connections. Where old fashioned romance meets, modern technologies taste. Where you hear all the intimate details of a first date. Our parents generation can hear a Beatles song and flash back to their childhood. You and I are Kirsty heard the love. Connection, team. At flashback to. Our Childhood Anyway Chuck woolery has refashioned himself as a rabid right winger on twitter. And this was the tweet to get everybody's attention. The most outrageous lies are the ones about covid nineteen. Everyone is lying the CDC media. Democrats are doctors, not all, but most like you built that in there that we are told to trust I. Think it's all about the election and keeping the economy from coming back, which is about the election? I'm sick of it. It was so conspiratorial David that he got a re tweet from president trump. And then four days later will re tweeted. My son tested positive for the virus and I feel for those suffering, especially for those who have lost loved ones. He then deactivated his Account News as he had tells CNN Chuck Son Fine and a symptomatic. I mean. Does it help the argument that there's no place for right wing voices in Hollywood? The this is the chuck woolery. Is Paragon of right wing voices I mean in Hollywood? I is it because I? It's easy for me to him and say you know. You know if I mean if you go from being Chuck Woolery, who in our minds is relatively famous to a guy who's like? Doing podcast doing Erie podcast with Rachel. Bruno or a Newt Gingrich I guess there was a was a reasonable and that's a. that's a high point. Then there's not much to really be said, but listen if you are in outspoken voice and Republican. Conservatism and libertarianism and everything else you know. I guess it's a good thing when you're bullshit gets wrong by reality and like a moments time, but it's really sad. That had to happen to sun for him to like what's ad that avenue is Sun Saturday had to happen to his under him to like stand that there is a reality that exists outside of his bowl hat
"ritter" Discussed on Locations Unknown
"Ritter Oregon sits about two hundred seventy three miles southeast of Portland Oregon near the Mattila national forest the allocation of Ridder's about two thousand five hundred forty nine feet so it's not too high above sea level relative to the area around it. It is an unincorporated town which might denote that means Very few people live there. That is the case but so few people live there that there is no post office out. There has to be a post office in your town. I did not know that but I did read that. At one point Ritter did have a post office but then they lost it so the the climate of ritter a cold this month or December and January as you'd expect when the nighttime temperatures average about twenty degrees Fahrenheit the warmest months July and August where the daytime temps reach about eighty eight Fahrenheit so very typical north western atmosphere dry throughout most of the year. Not Too much going on. In the terrain and the Mattila National Forest is the Blue Mountains of northeast Oregon in Southeast Washington and cover an area of one point. Four million acres some interesting facts about the forest the explorers. Lewis and Clark Pass through the area in eighteen. Five and thousands of emigrants would later follow the Oregon trail west with many of them remaining in the Blue Mountain region. Everybody who played Oregon trail during up a if you died and never made it to the end. This is where you would have gone. Yep this is this is where you win. If you didn't die of dysentery. So in eighteen fifty one gold was discovered in the region and by the end of the gold boom over ten million dollars in gold and silver were mined from the area so that's ten million dollars in eighteen fifty one slash significant section of the area where people actually made money remnants of the goal boom are still visible today in the national forests. There are even some active claims. Still getting mind. So there's a lot of golden this area. Yeah in one thing to mention about. The climate of the area is Like Joe said it's typically pretty dry but actually twenty nineteen was one of the wettest years they had on record. Oh Wow yeah the head. Almost forty two inches of rain in two hundred five inches of snow. Which if you go and look at their average is way way way above what they normally average in the area so Yeah they had a really white year No no reason why that could read but just interesting. That's awesome. That's a lot of snow. Yeah that's a ton of snow so just a game idea. The animals that are in the area Moose bighorn sheep black bear mountain goats mule deer whitetail deer timber. Wolves cougars coyotes. So a lot of big game and we don't see that in a lot of areas we follow out there. It's healthy lauch. Lots of vegetation. So you get some big game indefinitely a couple of animals that I would worry about if I had small children hiking with absolutely obviously wolves and cougars and obviously black bears. Are you know I'm less worried about black versus a grisly? But there's still a large predatory animal especially if you're young young child up by yourself. Yeah so twenty through. Twenty percent of the forest is actually designated as a wilderness zone and areas generally rugged and mountainous the peaks in the area approaching nine thousand feet. So you don't really have stuff going above tree line but you still have altitude as a factor so I just want to. People might be wondering why we're talking about this national forest. When the case happened in Ritter Ritter is private property. But it's near this forest so this this forest is a good representation of the terrain and climate that Keith would have encountered in Ritter. It's it gives you an idea. I think people could imagine just. They've always seen pictures of Lush Oregon forests. Yeah so I mean that's kind of what what comes to mind when I think of it. As far as exposure goes with areas that are coaching nine thousand feet and some of the areas and possibly obviously especially in two thousand nine thousand nine heavy rain. Snow exposure is definitely a potential risk or concern in that area at lack of shelter. I don't know with much. The areas designated wilderness. And it's all below treeline. You're not going to run into like actual built shelters. But it's not like you're completely exposed all the time that all the time did look up. You know obviously treeline changes depending on where you are. If you're like trees growing yeah so in Oregon area you kind of start to see trees disappear around the sixty five hundred to seven thousand feet so okay. Yeah so depending on what you may be above the tree line. So I'll and that does change. I know in Colorado. It's much higher. Yeah it's like almost eleven thousand feet in the rockies. Yeah and even when we are in Mount Rainier. It was near nine thousand feet. Was the tree line there. So it really varies depending on where you're at that's crazy. I KINDA WANNA know I wanNA know more about it. I'M GONNA learn about that when we get off of here to find out what that's significant difference because there's like when you get up to like ten thousand five hundred feet in Colorado. You start getting those. The full growth of the tree is like three feet tall. You get those little. And that's as big as they'll get but that's like three thousand feet higher up than this is I imagine it has to do probably something with the amount of rain they get rain or if it's like battered with wind in something just can't stay up at that altitude. Maybe I know this area and Oregon is dryer so I have a feeling that probably plays a role in the treeline I know Colorado you know gets a lot more precipitation Mike. I have a theory that the Russians might be happy with. I wonder if they're getting those mountain hurricanes right. That is an episode for a topic for another episode for those of you. That think I'm crazy. I'm not it's the Russian government. That's crazy when we did our past episode. One of the theories mentioned as to why the group went missing. Was that a hurricane. Got Them in the mountains. Yes Oh so if you want to hear some crazy theories including mountain hurricanes listen to our ideas love episode and that is how you plug your own podcast in your own podcast episode. So I'll move on so he gone so difficulty. In general it's a heavily wooded Alpine mountainous area. So it's going to be typically high if you're out hiking especially because when it's designated wilderness that means unmanaged basically it's kind of like bureau of land management stuff. It's wild yes while there might be some trails but you're like more game trails or trails that people are making but there's no rangers. There's none of that stuff going on like you'd see National Park. I looked up the trails in the national forest. Talking about most of the trails were moderate to high levels of difficulty. You can just picture a lot of ups and downs. The trails are probably not well-maintained so kind of rugged Likely said not a lot of shelter. So it's it's not. It's not going to be one of your major national parks where you where. There's well-defined flat trails. You can you'll end up in a nice place where they're probably selling some water and food. There's no services here it's yes raw wilderness. So yeah all right. So let's talk about Keith Parkin's when Keith disappeared. He's two and a half and his age. Now he's in his mid sixties so back then body height weight everything typical two year old. Yeah so he was last seen at the time of his disappearance and a hat coat and shoes and personality. According to his mom at the time of his disappearance he was a very happy child. He didn't have any medical issues. He had very little experience in the wilderness. Other than he lived in this heavily wooded area kind of like the farm type suburb area. So it's not a city boy so he's used to the outdoors type stuff but you the two year old so it's not gonna it's not gonna be the what he's doing out there. The main actors in this story are GonNa be Adina. Which is Keith's MOM Allen which keeps father and then we have some information from Les Stroud who? We've talked about him a couple times this podcasts. He's a survival expert. That talks about these issues a lot. We'll talk about some of the comments. He made about this case and missing people in general at the end of this episode but he brings up a lot of really interesting kind of strange. Things are going on. Know what I really like about doing. This show is even though. There's some repetitive stuff. I really feel like in each case. I kind of learned something. Each case. I'll I'll hear something. It makes me think differently about my previously held beliefs about search and rescue for say or what can happen to people out there so. I really enjoy doing this. Tough and continually hearing from people like less. So let's go to the time. Line man the timeline. Here I just want to let everyone know that this episode is going to be a shorter episode. The timelines pretty thin. It was longtime ago and I won't spoil. It happens at the end. It's more about what happened in between in the middle of the story. That is really the mysterious part about this so obviously we said it all started on April tenth. Nineteen fifty two. So you know. Today's April fifteenth. So you know close to this time here. Around Easter it was twelve PM. Lunchtime and Edna Edna. I've probably got that wrong Allen Keith. And his two older brothers revisiting.
Washington D.C.-area forecast: Cool and rather dreary today, then briefly much warmer tomorrow
"The cold front went back through the area last night we have cool air wedged up against the mountains temperatures are not going to move very much today basically we're gonna be holding steady in the mid to upper fifties mostly cloudy some peaks of sunshine in far south from Virginia those spots will have highs and lows sixties later on this afternoon he's even gonna be a few stray showers maybe a rumble of thunder in far northern Maryland especially close to the Pennsylvania line overnight tonight cloudy damp and cool patchy fog in a few showers lows will be in the mid forties to low fifties and tomorrow the front we backed the north well to Pennsylvania partly sunny breezy and unseasonably warm highs will be in the upper seventies to low eighties could be a stray shower or thunderstorm late in the day with a weak cold front moving through what a not quite as warm but still quite mild upper sixties to low seventies Tuesday increasing clouds and mild highs will be in the mid to upper sixties I'm storm team four meteorologist Matt Ritter we've got fifty four in Suitland fifty six in Oxon hill fifty five in Burke and then fifty six in the Delphi fifty five degrees here in the
The NBA Getting Backlash From Both Hong Kong And China For comments made
"Morning the pro basketball league suffered consequences from China when a team executive wrote down his opinion about Hong Kong in a tweet now the NBA faces criticism from Hong Kong protestors supporting democracy there have noticed the back peddling statements from NBA stars like lebron James yes we all do have freedom of speech but at times there are ramifications for the negative that can happen we are not thinking about others in only on your think much yourself so many people could have been harmed not only financially but physically emotionally spiritually so just be careful we which we that's lebron James sometime ago Jordan Ritter Conn rights for the online journal the rigor and is just back from Hong Kong good morning how much did people follow this story in Hong Kong very closely Hong Kong is like mainland China a place that is in the NBA that follows the NBA but right now in particular people who are involved in the protest movement of following any bit of international news that has anything to do with their movement and so they were following everything from mores initial tweet to all of the aftermath extremely close when people really put in particular latched on to well the Brian James that as the week most famous player as the best player over the last decade he is he is the person who who everyone there has had some name recognition for and as soon as he waited and there was on one hand people extremely disappointed and frustrated and saying they like everyone in the NBA except for lebron James and burning his Jersey and on the other hand people who just don't really excited that dismissed the people were talking about their calls this the people talk about what's going on there okay burning the Jersey active protest but of course China when China was unhappy with Daryl Morey of the Houston Rockets for his tweet they were able to impose a pretty substantial financial penalties on the NBA by interrupting the NBA's business in China has Hong Kong found anyway besides burning jerseys to put pressure on the NBA on their side no no they they're not it does but I mean it's it's a city of seven million in in a country of one point four billion thirty key economic interest for the for the NBA's test just paled in comparison and so it really at this point all they are trying to do is it's talk about it and and continue talking about it and and make sure that their their voices are heard and and be done so by protesting at NBA games here here in the states and in Canada and Toronto people showing up two games wearing shirts that say stand with Hong Kong and in finding finding any way to to kind of get their message out for for white there why they're protesting and and why why why these comments are are hurtful to them into their calls but but aside from that in in terms of kind of throwing around any sort of economic weight paling in comparison to Hong Kong the consumer market you know I'm thinking about the fact that when I moved around China I've seen lots of people playing basketball basketball courts I know that American flags have sometimes been waved at these Hong Kong protests did it what what kind of attitude to people take for this American sport into they feel it is in some way on their side and part of their because even if even if the NBA wasn't as strong as they would like it to be your date they love the sport there are there are courts we can play basketball all over the city home and people are still very invested in basketball itself and and have been pleased with some of what they've seen out of the out of the NBA Shaquille o'neal came out very much supporting them and and they saw
"ritter" Discussed on The Dental Hacks Podcast
"Tor on their website before October thirty first so you've got to the end of the month to give this special discount dry they're doing some amazing things over there in Chicago My name is Alan Meek and again I am co-host tonight oh host listen is that a word it's not it is now Jason I've been plagued by several technical difficulties Internet troubles that sort of thing and so hopefully by next week we'll have me we're gonNA have like a full on show where he just all he talks about is the is his new office but I talked to a moments ago in garbled Internet fog in he's doing okay he's fifty new patients the first week he didn't sound impressed by that oppressed by that so we'll get that we'll get that story soon enough but it's just meet tonight so I appreciate your patience with were getting back their interestingly we are using a new cast editor taking a little bit of the weight off my shoulders we're still trying to figure out how that works it's pretty good so far though so hopefully I don't think you're gonNA notice anything different you know as far as the interview quality but quite a bit less of it will have to be done by me so it's kind of an awesome an awesome thing so I wanNA share with you a story it's kind of personal not really but I I was talking to an acquaintance of mine mm-hmm and I want to try and anonymous this much as possible but I guess I want everyone to know that like your license in any given state it's it's dumb to say this but you'll understand why I'm saying it you need to you need to take your license it's serious seriously in other words like you need to not treat patients that are not patients of record you to be careful in in what you recommend people you need to and you need to be careful about your prescription pad because if I ever on kind of his probably heard a story I'm GONNA I'm GonNA pretend no one here has ever done this but say your mom has a sinus infection sh- not really Asian of record you didn't really do an exam but she has what she thinks is a sinus infection or worse than that she has a cold hung on for a long time she wants you to write an antibiotic I mean I know it's relatively obvious but you shouldn't do that you shouldn't write that prescription because you're not really it's it's do the scope of practice for dentists to be writing a prescription for that potentially you could be treating assigned you status indirectly but the reality is like you shouldn't be treating someone's viral Oh baby bacterial cold an antibiotic that sort of thing now an acquaintance of mine who's not a dentist as a prescription writing healthcare professional I'm just GonNa leave it at that that leaves it pretty white Oh but it's not a dentist has gotten into a bunch a bunch a bunch of trouble because they were they kind of allow themselves to be manipulated this way now managed tell the stories is vaguely as I can because it's it's it's Michael Personnel Nurses Nurse Practitioners Physician's office workers all kinds of stuff has been working there was working in this situation Asian in one of her co workers actually who is in nurse asked for prescription the the nurse had had lost their prescription for their blood pressure medication or something like this in in frankly had this been a patient of record it wouldn't have been super an appropriate thing to do but it was not a patient record so and then later this person potentially asked for something like a diet pill of some sort not a diet pillars but of some sort in later than that like a valium coveting like a controlled substance well it turns out that this nurse was not not a good actor in was literally looking for this in as soon as this nurse got my acquaintance to write this prescription for them thinking nothing of it like Oh yeah it's no big deal they they started hitting this person for more controlled substances when the person said no this is not it shouldn't be doing this I can't do this with my license the person said Oh you already did in so I'm going to like blackmail you into doing it so the prisoners Mike Queens ended up not writing anymore prescriptions but didn't report this person it was got kind of ugly it was in actually dragged out over a long period of time and then finally when everything came out this nurse that was that was sort of like abusive in the whole situation ended up being fired but continued to sort of blackmail this acquaintance of mine for prescriptions in even though my acquaintance really didn't writing prescriptions except I three they were on the hook for all kinds of stuff they were on the hook for ended up losing their job she lost a job because as she wrote the prescriptions in the first place but it was a relatively not serious situation situation that you might even find yourself in where buddy with like an antibiotic for because Ah sinus infection or they or what have you or or something that would be even less appropriate but since your friends and you know you're does no harm no foul you could see yourself falling into that situation I only say that because I know tons of people do this this woman lost her job from a potential is gonna be censored by the state I don't think she'll lose her later into doing this mind you it doesn't always work that way but but I think as professionals we kind of have to take that seriously even though it seems like a wet blanket thing to see I of course I you know I have a background where I was an active drug addict for four years early in my career in the bottom lines every rule there could be broken in so I've always taken since I got clean I got really serious about that I never wanted to bend any rules but I'm telling you this is a story that makes me think that You need to think real hard about your prescribing practices I'm not saying there's been plenty of conversations on the dental hacks nation about whether or not you should renew your era your da number Blah Blah Blah somewhere. I'm talking talking about make sure that when you're prescribing stuff you gotTa Take Your Prescription Pad Pretty seriously because you know I it's it's nothing to be I saw my aunt last yesterday afternoon for for some chronic bridge which ended up with a root canal actually but but it didn't even that it's just make sure when you're being prescriptions that you have an appropriate diagnosis inappropriate patient relationship I only tell a story because someone that I know and I care about is is in serious trouble a big deal unless it is right like it's just like your your your chart notes don't have to be good don't have to be good at all unless they do you know what I'm saying you never know which it's GonNa be great so you need to be good I'll so that's a that's a nice offer note to start the show on yeah so it was really nice he's much taller than I expected and his suits are much better than I would have ever expected but he was a great interview we talked a lot about marketing a lot about social media how it's changed his practice in how he what he teaches he teaches a lot about social media now and that's what he lectured on at the Spear Summit so Rob was great we really enjoyed the chance to sit down with him so we want you guys to sit down relax take a listen to Dr Rob Ritter.
Discount-broker stocks losing further ground in wake of Schwab commission news
"Let's switch gears though sticking with Wall Street and talk about Broker Commissions Today Day this morning there was news that Charles Schwab is eliminating commissions for stocks. ETF's and options listed on U S or Canadian exchanges the race as to the bottom accelerates David Ritter payments specialty finance analysts for a Bloomberg intelligence joining us from Princeton New Jersey David. What do you make the news well. It's been something that's been a long time coming. I mean obviously fee compression brokerage in an asset management more broadly is nothing new. I mean interactive brokers made their own own move last week to cut commissions two zero for basic stock trades so I think it it's going to have the very different impact on the different players players in the market and Schwab's case you know they only earned about fifteen percent of their net revenue from trading commissions verses e-trade and td Ameritrade where it's more than thirty five percent. I think you're seeing that reflected in the action this morning but but Schwab is really more an asset gather than anything and and so I see this move for them as a recognition of the fact that you know we don't WanNa lose customers and assets in the long term to these new stock doc trading apps whether it be Robin Hood or whether it be J. P. Morgan is you invest because that's how they make money they make money on new net new assets coming into the company and then you know sixty percent of their revenue is net interest income so they're essentially a bank right so they're paying low interest and Dan reinvesting that money and save security so that's the real driver not trading commissions. It's interesting look at the stocks mention Dave Schwab down nine percent. Td Ameritrade down about about twenty two percent today an e. trade down eighteen percent so kind of right in line with what you were saying and my question is kind of talked to us about some of these new technological competitors offers that you mentioned kind of robinhood and things like that gives a sense of what they are and what kind of market share they taking yeah well in the case of robinhood. You Know Very Rapid Growth Bruce Company several million customers already offering quote unquote free trade what underrecognized though is Nothing's free a write in the case of all of these retail brokers that charge the customer Azero trading fee. They're sending those traits to market maker so companies like citadel citadel and they're getting paid. What's called payment for order flow for those transactions so in their released last week. Interactive brokers was very candid they they said well you know this is how we get paid and if you still want best best execution you can take our four. Fi product instead of our free reprised so I just thought that was an interesting way to to approach it but you know certainly these things are having an impact and for Schwab. They finally said to themselves look we. WE DON'T WANNA lose these customers 'cause they're young people right so they're really the future drivers of their growth right now. Looking at Schwab shares down now more than nine percent so shareholders aren't buying it. Yeah I mean I think for both of them. When I described a minute ago what percentage of revenue they get from trading trading commissions I think the market is pricing in perhaps half of that revenue going away. It's interesting because the last round of price cuts was a couple years ago. Oh Fidelity sorta kicked it off by going to four ninety five trade and Schwab matched them what happened across the entire industry was fascinating is that the net inflows to the the companies and the trading volumes increased so it actually drew in more customers and so again I think that's Schwab's rationale here is we're trying trying to remove any impediment to folks either getting more active or becoming active in the markets for the very first time and then going going forward into the future so not sure. We'll see exactly that again this time but that's what we saw last time.
All the Reasons Things Are Going Very Poorly for WeWork This Week
"Let's begin. Shall we with a thought experiment. Imagine you are running a privately held company that is worth forty seven billion dollar based on the investments. You've gotten so far you need capital though money to grow so you start thinking about going public and people get really excited so you file the required paperwork with the Securities and Exchange Commission people start taking a real hard look governance structure and your business model and quicker than you can say Bob's your uncle. The bottom falls falls out your evaluation gets cut in half and then cut even more and then today you decide maybe going public right. Now isn't such a great idea congratulations congratulations. You're we work or more properly. It's parent the week company thinking was that the would be shared office space wonder canned was going to start trading in a couple of weeks yes but given the raft of bad headlines and a couple of recent high profile. IPO's than maybe didn't go so well see also Uber Cooler heads prevailed. Look there is a real question here given the headaches is all the money that companies can raise by going public worth downside risks marketplace's Justin Ho gets going we work is growing fast in the US and around the world but it's losing more than a billion and a half dollars a year and yet the company valued itself at forty seven billion in dollars in January J. Ritter at the University of Florida says the company's business model just doesn't justify that figure you know it's basically a real estate company that was trying into bill itself as a Tech Company at a Tech Company valuation two weeks ago we were slashed. Its valuation by more than Half Santosh Rowlett Manhattan venture partner says even that wasn't enough to satisfy investors people realizing bet no wait a minute. You just can't get a blank check anymore. Rows as part of the reason that that we work Uber and lift have stayed private for longer than other companies before going public that allows venture capitalist capture the lion's share of their growth but Kathleen Leanne Smith at Renaissance Capital says those companies are outliers compared to other recent. IPO's interests which is up over fifty percent from Peo- Shui the online pet supply company up over fifty percent renaissance capital runs an index of companies that have recently gone public and it's up thirty percent this year Smith says we work Uber and lift at the side. It's a good time for IPO's pastors are cautious about overpaying so we've had sort of a more discerning IPO market and better prices for investors. It's myth says the fact that we work as postponing going public is assigned. The market is working like it's supposed to in New York. I'm just in Ho for
Michael Bennet to Open New National Campaign Headquarters
"Colorado democratic senator Michael Bennet bill open his new national campaign headquarters tonight in Lakewood in his bid for the White House and twenty twenty the event starts at six Bennett will be joined by former Colorado governor bill Ritter the public's invited to attend Bennett among the large field of candidates vying for the democratic nomination for president he will not be included in this
A Review of Stephen King's 'It'
"Today. We're discussing it star orrick harry anderson dennis christopher where should missour- annette o'toole. Tim reid john ritter and richard thomas special appearance by tim curry. The as pennywise was lonnie anderson busy like we're. We're all the sitcoms. What isn't a horror movie could get alan thicke directed directed by tommy lee wallace who does more comedy than horror no halloween three now. I guess depending on how you slice comedy. This is the the now playing co host. That's down to clown arnie and stewart and this the host who still insists he sees the ghost jacob. We're here a movie that has been so requested tested even before we started doing stephen king and then once we did. I can't count the number of times i've heard have you guys reviewed it and this is going to be the show with the most fun inflection an ever as we constantly emphasize the proper noun it yeah it is it for me. It certainly was the steven king book that i read that maybe wanna go back and read everything that he had written part of the appeal was i had just turned thirteen sixth grade and i had never taken on a book as is big as that book. My dad was a member of book of the month club but then showed up like a phone book on our doorstep over a thousand pages fourteen hundred pages weighing over four pounds at retail and you know aliens had just come out the month before and a movie and this really kicked off my horror movie phase like these were the things things that made me get so deep into horror in my teenage years i had talked to you about stephen king before this. I remember bus rides talking about it and then i remember one day you showed me your copy of it and there was a character who killed himself and you're like and he wrote this on the wall and there was a drawing join in the book. I'd never seen a book that had a drawing in it where the text goes. It looks like a letter age and i'm like i don't get it was an age. You're like no. It's it's the word it in blood and i'm like oh. That's pretty cool fast forward six months. I moved to florida. I didn't know a damn soul. Twelve hundred page book was exactly up my alley. I read it summer of eighty seven and that's the last time i read it until this year when i reread it for these reviews and i am once again the king newbie or the never have been i have not read it but i do feel like this is the one yes sure there's the shining but when i think of the shining i don't i think of king i think of kubrick the same with carrie i think of those movies but it because until two thousand seventeen eighty didn't get good adaptation. We'll talk about the nineteen ninety-one anyone but i do feel like this is the steven king book. I mean it's the scary clown which sure there's john wayne casey but this is such a trope. I feel like in horror now. I'm i'm sure this is a weird originated but i think he did popularize that whole concept. It's funny. You say that i was going to ask you. What's the first thing that comes to your mind. When when you think of it i wanna just put out there. One of my favorite things about stephen king and his first decade of output was to look at the cover because there were so many of them and i never knew what they were about hadn't seen many of the movies so it was fun to try and decipher from that picture on the cover. What is this one going to be about it. First edition hardback did not have no clown on it. It had the alien hand right clawed hand. It looked like a gremlins movie. It looked like he was was reaching his clawed hand out of sewer grates and that's how i read it.
What You Need to Know About New Medicare Cards Redux
"Of new Medicare cards began in April of twenty eighteen and your clients may have questions about how they work and what to do with their old Medicare cards because of some updates to the Medicare access and chip reauthorization act more. Commonly known as macro all Medicare in Rowley were predicted to have their new cards before the start of twenty twenty. According to the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. All new Medicare cards were successfully distributed as of mid January twenty nineteen even though change can be scary. We think your clients will actually prefer their new Medicare cards as with any transition in life. There's going to be some confusion as well. As questions we've compiled a list of potential questions, your clients might ask you and we've also got the answers to those questions. So you can address their concerns. We're going to do a little role play here on the podcast today. Helping me with this scenario is George heavily. He's a videographer here at Ritter insurance marketing, and he is going to play the part of the Medicare beneficiary. How's it goin' George to bed excited to do this? Thanks again for agreeing to help me with this episode ready to get. Started. Let's do it. Okay. Here we go ask away. I don't have my new Medicare card. What should I do do not panic in case of instances like these CMS issued a twenty one month transition period? This means that from April twenty eighteen to January twenty twenty you can use either your old Medicare card or your new Medicare card to help ease the changeover. However after January first twenty twenty you must use your new card for all your Medicare needs. If you want you can call Medicare services at one eight hundred six three three four two two seven to inquire about the status and whereabouts of your new card. Why am I getting a new Medicare card to put it simply these new cards will help protect Medicare enroll enrolls against fraud and identity theft, the number on your current card is based on your social security number which is specific only to you. While the new number on your Medicare card is also unique. For every individual. It's totally random set of eleven numbers and capital letters, the characters are not based on anything, nor do they have any hidden. Meaning there's no Davinci coat here by removing the social security numbers for Medicare cards it strengthens fraud protections for about fifty eight million Americans. So now that I have a new card and my still at risk for fraud with any card that's personal to you. There's always a risk for identify theft. It's important that you treat your new card a credit card. Do not share your Medicare card number with anyone who should not have it. And remember that no one from Medicare will ever contact you asking for personal information unless you gave them permission to do. So prior to the phone call. So if someone calls you claiming to be from Medicare services and tells you that one they need your Medicare card number two you won't receive your Medicare benefits unless you give it to them. Or three. There is a charge for your new Medicare card. You can go ahead and assume it's a scam and hang up immediately. When will I get my new Medicare card at what happens when I do the centers for Medicare and Medicaid services. More commonly known as amass reported that all new Medicare cards were distributed as of January twenty nineteen you can start using your new Medicare cards soon as you receive it and you'll be instructed to safely and securely dispose of your old one. If you haven't received your new card you should contact Medicare services at one eight hundred six three three four two two seven t t y users can call one eight seven seven four eight six two zero four eight what woman new Medicare card, look like your new Medicare card is red white and blue just like your old one. It has your name gender new Medicare card number and the date in which your coverage starts on it. It will also show. Whether you're enrolled in part, a and. Beev if you haven't already you will soon receive an updated version of the Medicare, and you handbook via snail mail that him book shows a picture of the new Medicare card and has more detailed information about the transition. My new car affect my Medicare benefits. No, not at all those who receive new Medicare cards are people who are already enrolled in Medicare your plan, benefits and coverage will stay exactly the same
"ritter" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast Withâ€¦
"I think it was like, you know, they say like an hour a day keeps the psychiatrist away number of nursing do right. It's really good for you, really good for your brain. So I think like that helped me in also in in a totally different side. I have like an addiction to accomplishments interesting. And that really helps that ROY. I can't write a novel every month. You know what I mean? So that you can turn a hat totally. Yeah. Like gives me that same like the same drug feeling interestingly. Maybe on the same theme of that. You've sort of you've you've turned it into bed of professional accomplishment to make a buck. Oh is this going to make a buck? Yeah. You're still hustling because no weakened by Kristen Ritter. Knitting patterns. Yeah. Is that something did you just feel the need to? I take it to another level. Or are you just I loved it? And yes, both it's fun. It's a fun side project for me. And I loved it. I design all kits myself. Right, right. I think I have like I don't know a lot at this point like like fifteen a lot. I love doing it. I love like stupid as it sounds like sharing the gift of knitting. I love to make things for other people and give it to them. It brings such joy. I can't tell you people. I've given them something like tear up like it. Of course. I also enjoy it so much. I think gets you off your dumb phone. It's so fun. Just such a sense of accomplishment, making something with your hands. You to just do it in secret you wanted to share with the war. Yeah. I love it. And I yeah, it was like cooperatively for me to like, you know, little side hustles, you've got lost sight hustles because it it's not just the developing. You're always developing ideas, you're producing on things you're is the acting on now for you. Or what is that like to do a lot of different things? Yeah. And probably especially since I've been doing Jessica the the same character for so many years now, it's like ways for me to check boxes for me to get like, my fulfilment and other ways so on July being in control. And I do I really, and I also feel like I've learned so much. And I love have I love I love leaning in and contributing to the conversation. And I I, you know, I love sharing ideas, I love collaborating with other people. I'm no off lower. So we do you do you talk to Melissa about scripts as they come in. And all the time you anew. Endlessly. Do you take a pass on the more? Always right. Yep. We work. We're very collaborative that way. And they let me direct this year too. So that in the beginning of the season because I I was already doing it from the backseat. So that everything you hoped. It would be direct. Yeah. Yeah. Do you want to do more of that? I loved it. And the crew rallied for me so much. It was was just so exciting. There was great energy was like a party, ROY..
Facebook app gets a new Gaming tab in the navigation bar
"App is getting a new gaming tab in the navigation bar, well, Facebook and a further attempt to compete with the likes of twitch and YouTube has added a dedicated gaming tab, the navigation bar in the main app in doing company is hoping to help you find games in streamers to watch. Whether you want to play something new with your friends or catch up on the latest east boards match. Although I really haven't seen much eastwards going on on Facebook gaming. So I don't know all seen so far streaming cross the feeder or wherever when I'm browsing for gaming is mainly individuals streaming not really any sports. I could be wrong. You guys could probably say sports on Facebook. Right. No is great. Let's great wonderful originally launching f b that DIGI last year as a hope for all things gaming. Facebook is definitely throwing its weight into lucrative game streaming market. It offers uses a means to find new content to watch streaming. Tr interact with in communities to engage in Facebook's goal is drawing streamers and viewers alike with virtual currency tipping system from which it draws a scaling percentage for self kind of like twitch has bits and mixer has with embers reportedly Facebook will be rolling out the new gaming tab to users in batches with more receiving it as a growth now. It's definitely a wise idea to put this gaming tat front and center, meaning that people either have to see it as a different section to app or will catch your attention simply with its presence. So now, the real question is can Facebook dominate or take more market share away from twitched obvious Pap dog in this mixer the one tenth of the traffic YouTube, which is mainly known for just watching videos, not so much live streaming. So they're still trying to play catch in kind of in between number two number three and enters FBI gaming. We'll see we'll see. Maybe maybe they're just gonna try and say, well, we have enough money. We have resources it really costs. Nothing extra just slap into the app and see how it goes will be annoying. I don't know. I didn't like the design day, change Ritter. Like, well, see we changed to apps if you want to actually see your profile, which we Arana que- figured out that most users want to see all the time. All you have to do is quick this little app or this little icon the little Portugal. Con you'll go right to your profile. So that's great. We'll see how it goes.
Warriors at their best when Klay Thompson finds his groove
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Why are years at their best? When Klay Thompson finds his groove, Stephen curry, and Kevin Durant are transcendent players with MVP trophies on their mantles and the skill and bravado to singularly take command of games, but the warriors are transcendent team when Klay Thompson climbs into its catch and shoot groove. Thompson epitomizes how Golden State became an NBA powerhouse movement without the ball, unselfishness togetherness. He could be the leading man on countless teams, but he happily embraces his role as third wheel on a dynasty. The warriors returned home Wednesday night after an unbeaten road trip punctuated by Thompson's record record-breaking display Monday night in Chicago, he made fourteen three pointers and dropped fifty two on the bowls then came back to earth a bit and scored eighteen in a one thirty one to one twenty one victory over New Orleans. Not surprisingly the crowd at oracle arena buzzed. When Thompson drained his first and only three just a minute nine. One thousand nine seconds into the game. But he also spurred a similar if less obvious murmur in Chicago when he emphatically busted out his early season shooting slump when he gets going it brings out a different vibe in the whole building head coach Steve Kerr said it's hard to describe. But whether it's at home or on the road, something happens when clay gets going this, mostly traces to the way Thompson finds his shots curry and Durant constantly have the ball in their hands. Curry often dribbles into open looks occasionally from preposterous distances as does Durant usually on mid range jumpers Thompson acts like he's allergic to dribbling so his shooting streaks offer a certain amount of dramatic build-up. See Klay, Ron see Klay cut. See clay curl around a screen catch the ball, and immediately let fly you see it happen off this sort of tic TAC toe offensive action where it's three passes and a great screen Kerr said it's beautiful basketball. There were so many possessions the other night that just made me in our coaching staff smile. That's how you wanna. See a team worked together with simple passing and screening and ball movement, or as Thompson succinctly put it and explaining the crowd reaction to his big nights. I think it's because usually when I'm touching the ball. It's going up quickly. It was no coincidence to see Thompsons outburst during one of his team's most dominant games of an utterly dominant era. The warriors lead ninety two fifty at halftime Monday night. Then briefly expanded the advantage to forty five points early in the third quarter. They're out there mind-blowing best. When Thompson is racing around the court furiously searching for open space, they can adopt. When he struggling clearly as Koreans Durant illustrated with their dynamic show in the season's first seven games Thompson shot fourteen percent from three point land in those games five or thirty six astoundingly and the warriors still went six one, but the approach some sort of mystical sporting wrong when the big to becomes the big three. Then the warriors remember how they changed basketball shunning isolation. Plays for an artistic heat move. Moving share the ball style. Once Klay starts hitting shots. He moves even more assistant coach Bruce Frazier said and when clay moves better the team generates this frenetic pace, even in the half court. It's collective Frazier. Noticed Thompson stood around more than usual on the first two games of the trip that he has the -tated to say something to Thompson. Because sometimes it's better to stay quiet when he's in a slump. Frazier. Also knows Thompson belying his softspoken nature sees everything happening around him. He's very observant with a stoic face. Frazier said those are the dangerous ones. Thompson seldom offers a window into his thinking. He's the perfect third wheel more than content to let curry and Durant, weight and glory and attention taken ever. So brief interview with Thompson before Wednesday night's game. He stopped by his locker to put on his shoes before heading to the court to warm up allowing for a two minute conversation. Thompson was cordial. If preoccupied as he reflected on what it felt like to bury jumper after jumper two nights. Earlier. That's the best. Feeling he said, but it's something that doesn't come around too often. It's a great flow, but it's hard to recreate maybe once a year or something Thompson offered an uncommon slash of personality when he arrived at oracle on Wednesday. This was Halloween after all. So he showed up dressed as Jackie moon, actor will Ferrell's character in the two thousand eight parody semi pro. And Thompson nailed it from the headband to the white number thirty three Flint tropics jersey with orange aqua trim. He even spun a red white and blue basketball on his finger as he walked from the parking lot to the arena warriors public relations chief, Raymond Ritter. Countered by dressing up as Thompson wearing a gold headband as Thompson day when he sustained a cut requiring two stitches Monday night, along with Thompson's number eleven jersey over address shirt shorts and size, fifteen high tops Ritter usually wears size, nine those sites sparked a smirk from the typically expressionless Thompson. Oh my gosh. She said pretty funny. Ron criteria is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. Email Arkwright check at SF chronicle dot com. Twitter at Ron critic.
"ritter" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Longer. She was also an actor back in the day, right? Yeah, they did a couple of movies together and stuff like that, and. And that's that was obviously your dad's folks? My dad's folks be weird. If your mom's dad's name was Tex Ritter that would be weird or or your parents were related something. So I'm going to do this decided, okay, name. It's better predicting about six minutes that decisions get a change. Bring back out. Change your mind, but so what will be hard for all of us here to understand? I think we're all probably curious about is my goodness. My friend. Hundred is I will not be shy trying to. I wonder if it's better here if the seat spend. No, no, this is great. I'm just figuring Ritter is so pissed at you right now. Having he's downing Dame. It's just sit in the fucking chair. It's a chair, sit in it. You're going to give me kicked out of whole country music hall of fame posthumously though. I'd never know. But I think we're probably none of us can relate to. And then in our fantasy, it's much different experience, albeit it's probably not. You're pulling focus Jason. This is something you didn't parenthood. I shouldn't be shocked doing here. You inherited your father's crate, physical comedy. Podcast. You should feel what I'm doing with this. Mike, you guys at home ritter's on one hand upside down. These holding the Mike with his cheeks right now. Which is hard to do only three actors in the in the country that can do it. Thank you. So I guess for me, when I think of your life has a grandma and grandpa are you know, successful actors and then your parents are successful actors. I just I guess I have a fantasy of what that's like, but but now that I'm raising kids and their parents are actors, I guess. I don't think they're childhood seem so different than minded. I mean, we live in a house and stuff, but we're you, how aware of the uniqueness of that childhood were you need them like every kid's grandad's in the hall of fame or not? Well, I think you know, I think you it takes a while for any child to realize that people have different sort of like lives than than you start to get a become aware of things at different times. But yeah, for initially, I didn't know anything was straight, you know, I, we would be walking around somewhere and someone would come up and tell my dad that they loved him or something. And I'd be like, yeah, me too. We all do just sort of course. Yeah. The only thing that I guess I, I really did think that somehow he was like the combination of of not fully understanding how the technology worked and also seeing like. Honey, I shrunk the kids and stuff like that. I thought he was drinking down and walking into sitcoms are usually. Oh, that's so cute. No, there's not a lot of like closeness, like kind of like a little shoebox Dirye. I did think he was shrinking down shifting to be, and I do remember the first time that he was like there on the screen and in the room. And I was like. But yeah, yeah. Very soon. I started to realize you start spending the night other kids houses right. Guys like a Bank or whatever the hell. Yeah, yeah, I did. I did start to. I start to started to realize I knew start to take slumbers at strangers homes. Yeah, I did take zone us experience as a kid. Isn't it? It is. Yeah, people's houses smell different than yours. Yeah, they bomber they can. Yeah, great scans that or great or great. Just the ones that on my head I walk in there anything I'm going to be able to get through this leap over like smells like Jim socks and bacon and baked beans. There was one night where I was staying at my friend's house and I had a lot of asthma as a kid growing up and I forgot my inhaler this night. I usually had it in my fanny pack. I had it with me at all times, but I went to his house and we fell asleep and I woke up and I had asthma attack, and usually I would wake up my parents, but I didn't know what the protocol was that his house. So I, I wandered around the house for like three hours like a creepy little ghost. Good. Waiting for someone in the house to wake up and just kind of getting Greer and just like I want saw me, they would have been terrifying. They around. Possession in the middle? Yeah. Finally there like his mom woke up. She's like, clutch. Yes. Klatt. No, she had like a robot. She must've heard like a rural. Chillier. Right out of the icebox.
"ritter" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Welcome Jason Ritter. Thank you. Do you guys remember how cute in resistible mister zero? Was. Yeah, babe alert. Thank you fun fact I learned today about Jason who have now known for, I guess, six, seven years. Maybe eight twenty four years and. He was in the you're in the credit sequence for threes company. I was as a baby little boy, right as a baby little boy, baby griller boy. Then. I was a little shirtless blonde child and overall. And there's a part where I guess Joyce do it feeding a goat, and I broke out of my mom's arms and waddled in. Okay. Okay to get closer to the goat or I was pretty excited about the go, right? We were at the zoo. It was fun. How did that come about. I think it was a mistake, but then he laughs and they liked it. So they just they're like visiting the day that or was it kind of like plan? I don't really remember, but I think I like my mom would just take me around. We would like to his. She went to every taping of threes. Coveney's. Yes, I've been years, yeah. Yeah, I can't get Chris. I don't think Christmas here. She is. He's very supportive. That was Beatles level. That's the difference between a real celebrity. Crying and being grateful to be resentful about finding a divorce attorney. Then his divorce attorneys in the house. Anyways. Well, one day maybe Jason, we'll have that affect on. I didn't even know. I saw those videos. You know, the people who are like. Passing out. You're just laws for people. Because the house lights be being removed on stretchers for sure. Some people were smart, brought oxygen with them that painting point. Your mom really went to every single one? She did? Yes. She can actually. I can hear her laugh sometime. Yeah, she has a very distinctive laugh and I can pick it out. All sounds like a donkey, getting choked. Get her outta here is that, oh, I'm coming everyone. But you're from a long you're actually, if we compete is right was about half the time. Your third generation actor. Yeah, yeah, yeah, weird. It is weird. That's gross. Basically what he said. Bizarre. Yeah. My grandfather was a a singing cowboy in the text. Ritter text Ritter if this motherfucker wasn't a singing cowboy with the name text Ritter. What a waste. Did you call them grandpa tax or actually never met him. He passed away. Great. Wakened pedia moving. He didn't meet tax but techs enter and he's in the country western music hall of fame? Yes, yes, he is. And what does it entitle him to, you know, was there just a you get a plaque and you give? I, I've, I'm not in it. So I don't know. I know learn when back. I'll find out for during during our fact check explain everything that happens to someone indicted. I know it's nothing very exciting about. Your your knees grazing? Worked too many layers. I forgot. I was going to be indoors. Doing this in the parking lot of Lauren. Senior to while I. Where my. Verizon, a mattress warehouse, super close out sale. But grandad tax God bless his soul. He passed. Before you were in the mix, but but grandma. I'm sorry. Grant is dead as well. That doesn't make it okay to speak ill of Granddad. Disagree if he said like proc-. Yeah, me to get over it. Anything you have to whatever onto the next thing. But Dorothy, Fay. That's my grandmother. Yeah, yeah. And she married tax and she made she. She was with us for a little longer. She lives with us for a lot longer.
The Biggest Change in the 2019 Medicare Communications and Marketing Guidelines
"Craig Ritter president of Ritter insurance marketing just held a pre ADP webinar with his take on the recent changes CMS made to the Medicare communications and marketing guidelines. It's always great hearing Craig's take on the industry. So if you missed out on attending or want to listen again, we are recapping that webinar in today's special episode, the biggest change in the twenty nineteen Medicare communications and marketing guidelines. Good morning or good afternoon depending on your depending on your time zone.
How to Know if Your Facebook Page is Successful
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