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"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael
"Weekly wednesday auctions monitored by cal current steers wind six fifty seven hundred pounds sold two dollars higher at kissed livestock auction and man dan north dakota steers wine more than seven hundred fifty council steady with instances of three dollars lower at eight hundred eight hundred fifty out feeder heifers. Wait six hundred. Seven hundred pounds sold a dollar higher two dollars lower at seven hundred seven hundred fifty pounds two dollars higher at seven hundred fifty eight hundred pounds there sixty seven hundred and thirty six head on offer at us lock stock market in nebraska steers wayne less than six hundred fifty pounds sold eight to ten dollars higher and then steadied a five dollars higher. Weights heavier than six fifty heifers trade steady. There were five thousand and seventy eight head on offer. Steers traded five to ten dollars higher at six hundred pounds and seven hundred pounds bassett. Livestock auction brassica. Were there forty four hundred head steers and six hundred fifty pounds sold three dollars lower heifers wayne six hundred pounds and seven hundred pounds sold three to ten dollars lower compared to two weeks earlier. Steer soul mostly steady it. Okay see west in alabama oklahoma. The exception was wanted to dollars hire for heavyweight steers feeder. Heffer sold steady to two dollars higher at date. Earlier steering heifer calves suitable grass traded three to ten dollars higher there forty three hundred and twenty-five head on offer across both days steering heifer calves wayne less than eight hundred pounds sold forty eight dollars higher at torrington livestock commission in wyoming steers and heifers wayne more than eight hundred pounds sold steady. There are thirty nine hundred and thirty one head on offer finally steers weighing less than seven hundred pounds sold generally steady at bloomfield livestock. Auction an iowa where there are twenty four hundred thirty nine hundred steers wayne seven hundred eight hundred fifty pounds sold steady to five dollars higher and then firm and heavier weight heifers weighing less than six hundred fifty pounds sold firm but steady the seven dollars higher at heavier weights major. Us financial services closed higher wednesday amid another vulnerable session. Support seem to center around optimism for the economy. Picking up steam federal reserve vice chair. Richard kurita doveish remarks to the. Us chamber of commerce also helped quell inflation worries. The dow jones industrial average closed four hundred and twenty four points higher. The s and p five hundred closed forty four points higher and the nasdaq was up. One hundred thirty two points. Capital markets continued to underperform beneath the weight of record high beef production since the middle of june but randy block cattle fax. Ceo expects cal prices to increase from now through twenty twenty four especially after the first half of this year profitability will increase significantly for cal cafes and margin operators he said cattle facs shared. Its market outlook wednesday. As part of the national cattlemen's beef association winner reboot part of the price. Optimism has to do with declining cattle numbers. After working through current front end supplies cattle facts projects modest herd liquidation of two hundred thousand beef cows this year and three hundred fifty thousand head more next year due in part to the likelihood of expanding one in your drought this summer leverage will also swing back and producers favor ask packing plant capacity utilization declined according to kevin good cattle facts vice-president industry relations in analysis at the same time cattle facts expects consumer beef demand to continue strong block explained domestic consumer beef demand. Last year was the strongest in more than thirty years. Based on the us consumer beef demand index that was helped along by consumer incomes being replaced almost entirely by government stimulus internationally cal facts expects us beef exports to increase at least five percent this year in terms of annual average cattle prices for this year cattle facts projects an average of one hundred nineteen dollars one hundred weight for fed steers. A hundred and forty five dollars for steers at eight hundred pounds. A hundred and seventy dollars for steers at five hundred and fifty pounds sixty four dollars for utility cows and sixteen hundred dollars ahead for bread. Cows there headwinds of course even before considering the possibilities of expanding drought mike murphy. Cattle facts vice president of research and risk management services said both supply and demand. Main feed costs will likely remain elevated into the next crop marketing year as well the folks at cattle facs expect inflation and interest rates. began rising..
US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars
"US wants to build nuclear power plants that will work on the moon and Mars and on Friday put out a request for ideas from the private sector on how to do that. The US Department of Energy put out the former requests to build what it calls a vision surface power system that could allow humans to live for long periods in harsh space environments, the Idaho National Laboratory a Nuclear Research Facility in eastern Idaho. The Energy Department and NASA will evaluate the ideas for developing the reactor. The lab's been leading the way in the US on advanced reactors, some of them micro reactors and others that can operate without water for cooling water cooled. Nuclear reactors are the vast majority of reactors on earth. Small nuclear reactors can provide the power capability necessary for space exploration missions of interest to the federal government. The Energy Department wrote in the notice published Friday the Energy Department NASA and Battelle Energy, Alliance, the US contractor that manages the Idaho National Laboratory plan to hold a government industry webcast technical meeting in August, concerning expectations for the program. The plan has two phases. The first is developing a reactor design. The second is building a test reactor, a second reactor to be sent to the moon and developing a flight system in lander that can transport the reactor to the moon. The goal is to have a reactor flight system and. Ready to go by the end of twenty six, the reactor must be able to generate an uninterrupted electricity output of at least ten kilowatts, the average US residential home, according to the US, Energy Information Administration us about eleven thousand kilowatt hours per year. The Energy Department said it would likely take multiple linked reactors to meet. The power needs on the moon or March. In addition to reactor can't way more than seventy seven hundred pounds be able to operate in space, operate mostly autonomously and run for at least ten years. The Energy Department said. The reactor is intended to support exploration in the south polar region of the moon. The agency said a specific region on the Martian surface for exploration hasn't yet been identified. Edwin Lyman the director of Nuclear Power Safety at the Union of concerned scientists, a nonprofit said his organization is concerned. The parameters of the design and timeline make the most likely reactors those that use highly enriched uranium which can be made into weapons. Nations have generally been attempting to reduce the amount of enriched uranium being produced for that reason, this may drive or start an international space race to build and deploy new types of reactors, requiring highly enriched uranium. Earlier this week. The United Arab Emirates launched an orbiter to Mars, and China launched an orbiter lander and rover. The US has already landed rovers on the Red Planet and is planning to send another next week. Officials say eating nuclear reactor on the moon would be a first step to building a modified version to operate in the different conditions found on Mars Idaho national. Laboratory has a central role in emphasizing the United States global leadership in nuclear innovation with the anticipated demonstration of advanced reactors on the NL L. Site John Wagner Associate Laboratory director of IANAL's nuclear science and Technology Directorate said in a statement. The prospect of deploying an advanced reactor to the lunar surface is as exciting as it is
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Point where all as the yeah that statistics were yeah yeah a a constantly it's it's awesome because it gives us the intellectual property you know intellectuals to shield body of work yeah say man this was a barrel that we did this way to yield this from these ones and then tools we can go back in when we get a grand delivery we have to log all the grain that comes in. because a TT be has to see the grain because it has to all add up you say you seven hundred pounds of corn over here for a year the only brought in five. or you did this one barrel show up we have to log the barrels in two weeks so it is a brand new American white oak barrels all that is part of our audit all have his number the barrels even absolutely where it comes out there's some database somewhere that shows that that beryl came and brand new yeah it's got a number to it and ship the rocker spirited little Debbie up. yeah it's it's crazy it's it's the fun part of it all the all the little nuances in the in the whiskey industry is just what what I love the americana that's all twisted and tied up into the thick of breaking top it it come back and let's talk about I read the I like the geek out in this way let's talk about all that's involved in actually putting a barrel of whiskey together awesome great Gator. Brian either no all right Greg Holland backer band Brian either here that was good when you did that last week it inside job of pride wasn't the the wine festival and doing a great job I am seeing that guy and Jay I'll I'll give you the cliff notes version then we can take a break but here's here's here's the thing thank god love him in a he's such a good sport he did.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on WSB-AM
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"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"In the transition to the inside right her goals it has the makings of a wall operates baseball rain cats dogs monsoon like conditions double header already scheduled for tomorrow but ask on Twitter the last time a triple header was played for those wondering was nineteen twenty involved the rights of the pirates don't get me started on what happened if they don't get the plate a tonight let's talk let's continue to talk you see football our next guest is all over all things you see basketball football you see athletics for the the athletic he was at Nippert last night and I said we need some additional perspective on what has transpired so let's welcome in Justin Williams Justin how are you I'm doing great well I appreciate your time I I mentioned earlier coaches are always a little bit leery of that first game they never know quite sure what they're going to get I would think Luke Fickell has to be very happy with what he was able to get out of his defense last night yeah I I think there even for the you know we have been about a close game like the kind of picked up where they left off last any kind of support for that I wish I could have told me that I knew that going into the game I think he was pleasantly surprised to see that they still can I have had that self defense and into the general you know they I know they work to do everything they could to prepare but like you said when you're gonna get somebody else you don't really know and the clean up for the better especially penalty what turnovers but they were clearly the superior team left obviously the the tough news on that side of the ball this week is James weakens their their studs safety who's done for the year it would appear with with a knee injury divide Hicks the Coleraine product I'm kind of get that baptism under fire last night and it seemed he had his moments both both good and not so good yeah you know he had a couple penalty that turn third down stops in the in the stands for the all the opposing offense with any of the available to take a look ahead interception those kind of back and forth form technical of the team some of the payment before the game they were just saying like come up a little bit down on himself don't let him try to go out there and be Jim and in talking to some of the CO two leading up once they got some news that James will be going to be there for him to sleep you know I I think they all had confident that he could do it but the thing with him is he just hadn't done it yet played on special teams last year with the same kind of deal you don't know until someone out there in that position and I think as the night went alone yes definitely it will have some things you can go back and look at on sound but he didn't get down you know and so but it didn't appear in any kind of bounce back a couple times I think that that they wanted to see and and that should be a case where the campus he had in the town to the players the use of with a little bit more experience he'll hopefully continue get more more comfortable talking you see football with Justin Williams from the athletic he's he was it last night adjusting for those maybe not as close are familiar with the program in and when they hear us mention James work weekends explained the significance of that loss in just how much he means to that defense I mean he's arguably the most talented athletic politically on the on the team in terms of just speed up with them strength I think you squat over seven hundred pounds so he's even athletic Frank but what I would about this last week what's even more practices we could even more impressive is he just kind of one of those football the plot Hey guys like you can remember you know please and specific game a lot of the time when he made last year because he was at the Canadian based on previous formation there Ralph controls for the offense was running and so you know he he kind of combine to that list of them with all mine and then you have a lot of responsibility that position foundry St appeal pleading that he plays a lot of fun in terms of dictating coverages and opens up things once the offense and so to put a lot on whoever's going to play that position coverage including waters the rig is almost like a cornerback slash the feet away their defense of set up and they believe it could do that you know it don't necessarily think they believe he can be James we can certainly not right away but it's a not only a great player but also a very important position on that even then that's part of why they were so good last year and I think even with some gentleman offensive line and and and the secondary it was pretty reassuring to see how well the query will come out and still play last night there's always various forms and levels of adversity the teams will face during the course of a season during a game one last night thrown at the Bearcats was the quarterback losing his voice tell us the story of does return his voice we just ask you know last night press conference you know outside of you to that intercepts hardcore happen down the line can you know whether that how it came to settle it's kind of funny because recorder you lose the whole thing like that I would just allow could help the most people yelling all all season and so they had to go to a final and channel will probably be for the garden the better and it was up in the U. last year when they were at UCF about that the other one of the things were first game in a locker one answer and then you have to change it up pretty quickly so I think they were hopeful I'm sure a lot of change in the world things like that overnight but I think there have a couple extra days now before I was due to give his his voice back in or you don't thank you much this weekend let's stay on the offense of sub Michael ward is always fun to watch she had a rushing touchdown at a receiving touchdown a couple of moments in the game he took hits and I kind of cringed and then he got up slow a couple of times are are we led to believe that he is okay coming out of last night yeah yeah yeah the cold open one woman here you're welcome like listening and seeing what his teammates so we actually talked him afterwards you know probably maybe a little bit more than that he definitely took some some some things and and was knocked out for a bit but and western he we really care in the world especially the first several weeks even almost on its own twenty five thirty carry the team and everyone seemed kind of come out think like this could be really bad form in the corner on the back in the game so that's just kind of the way the total order price and so on that so I think he's doing the hosting having a couple extra days they put it on a Thursday will be helpful for all of them yeah well well and so between the charcoal and injury and then add a practice a couple weeks what was coming into the field and arguably their stronger position it's crazy how quickly that up it dried up but it does seem like Michael might wanna be okay in good to go last question be great with your time I'll ask you what I ask a chat Brenda last night when he was leaving the the stadium on give us a sense and I talk to my son was in the student section to give us a sense of what the vibe was like walking into Nipper last night in in from your perch in the press box what did it feel like in that stadium last night going for gold up but I think the stern of the Cincinnati crowded but it can only there and I think you saw the especially on that side one weapon especially now go down people always say that there's just something about get louder some point something like last month kind of proof that but I think it so there was a lot of hype and excitement in up to the car and the team all season showed up in the state all in order to the foreman for other team against the so when you look at it from that perspective yeah and and to come up there a team the company that had a lot of expectations on them to go out that first game have the crowd behind them and then form this for them moving forward he is Justin Williams he is are covering the Bearcats for the athletic he's on Twitter Williams underscore Justin Justin I enjoy this I know you're busy I appreciate your time have a great weekend any time thanks thanks just a Justin Williams good stuff from the athletic in a good recap of what took place last night at Nippert stadium art let's head down the stretch let's begin to add some middle layers to this will added some Reds conversation take some of your calls as well follow up on the you know maybe put the that the cap on the bear cat conversation at five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one pound seven hundred on AT and T. a couple of things to add to the mix and we'll do that as we continue with sports talk on seven hundred WLW.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Have one okay fox news of fitness and swim or model who claims to be a successful Instagram also she her boyfriend broke up because you look how she looked because your boat just for researchers wonder issue the issue worthy of being a model yes it's a surly then on this woman is sure to sort of reddit under the handle I G. A. easy models and she boy from were vacationing in Mexico on her dime when he started questioning why shouldn't your pictures of the two of them enjoying the trip she claims she explained that she preferred he not appear in any of our post because she doesn't get as much engagement with followers I. E. her followers don't click on our sponsor post whenever there's a guy in the pic it's just a fact I need these pics miss vacation to be able to sell stuff it's just the way my job works at the model that explained on reddit she also earns an income by teaching yoga classes and we can take as many private pixies he likes to do pics of us hiking having relations laying by the pool I don't care what you do keep my Instagram separate she did not like that that's what she said was that having sex yeah il other model is working on his own head out of that now I think she's talking about we can do all these private pics just amongst the two of us other models or just refer to that as the hokey pokey okay of all for the claim their hotel was giving her a steep discount on the condition she sure post from the resort she said she even cover the rest were boyfriends costs are made of the hotel bill food drinks flights that she's able to afford a nice vacation due to our online and offline incomes despite this is Sheila has a boyfriend was I can't use that word short basically for the whole time and upset I'm really upset because I pay for this entire vacation only to be ignored and treated pretty crappy she wrote eventually the models are boyfriend stormed out of the hotel even blocked on this phone she later updated opposed to confirm she hadn't heard from him in two days and after getting support from reddit she's totally fine with that I got a vacation to enjoy and some room keys to change later confirmed I can figure out he could figure out his own lodging and way back redditors reading a post racially torn when deciding who was to blame for the break up was some theorizing the model must to spend too much time taking photos instead of enjoying her couples vacation the model however insisted that was not the case that she only spent about ten minutes of the course of two days taking photos of herself okay is this what what twenty ninety looks like for yes it's not a true love oh yeah welcome to you don't you Love Me and I made a picture now now the thing is I just love that Yvette at the the story again that's not her the pictures are you looking at it's not I assumed it was okay talk photo okay then I don't know where we we don't have any idea what is a stock photo too this is an anonymous wanna be it's for a model although there is it but when you scroll down some there's a picture of two people going there is some sort of sporting event that says it's a Getty image doesn't say like a stock image so I'm not sure that with things that I don't think so I guess not I would look at it but there's an ad now well now that's a shame but did you get your vacation pay for you to take private pick writers is their job basically is what you make some money doing that any teaching yoga so you're supporting her the woman you don't have a problem with that I mean to do it or don't you free vacation out of it yeah but such a gap I think he was her photographer no well I thought he wanted to be in the picture yeah but there's a there's a good chance that she's doing all these things somebody has to be held in the camera all the usual reasons and I taking the pictures I would think thanks I've seen I've seen there what is pay off should be he gets in the picture what now what I'm saying is that he's probably frustrated that he's always having to be behind the camera doing that stuff instead of actually enjoying the time with his girlfriend well she said that only took ten minutes are you tired vacation so doubtful wow wow hold me inside the woman okay I'm just saying because you know you how you're asking like how did Instagram takeoff analysis of I've never used it but just from what I hear there's a good amount of filters that they offer on on on that site so I'm assuming that that's why so many people like it because it can make nothing look in the you know look like somebody hello I guess I mean I've never yeah I don't think I've ever used a filter on Instagram maybe once when I was taken picture reflecting in a in a window and was one filter be clearer than a different one but I mean this is what I look like whatever if you don't like it you can leave the country no you can you stop look at it if you do god bless you so I mean I I don't understand why people you look different I guess is also like the with the dating sites that I've never been on and I never plan on being on that will show pictures that everybody knows your doctor how many stories do you hear about you show up any seven hundred pounds more you show up and a she's stable or you picture yeah right like so when was that picture from what right right so I mean hello the I I just think the old fashioned way of of meeting somebody and social media secondary or third or fifth third twelve down the line a US you focus on being human beings and enjoy your time together and then the added benefit of social media now I get that it's her job that's a little bit different little dina of the little different dynamic look as though I make my money eight if you were like a a cashier to Donald you would expect him to have the ability to stand next door as she did it I get that but yeah I don't it's not a reason to break up it is not it must have been just a match made in heaven if they that easy and can live yeah I still say that overall you single guys it but not as I still say that if he was having to work the camera you know a lot then you know you kind of like lose interest in that relationship if if it feels like you're the one that's always working to you know to me like they just have you there told the cameras other guys side Kerr he's taking the guy I mean I don't know I'm gonna help out those of you out there if you single men if you see a good looking girl but you want to make some time we want to get to know what to say hello to and she's with a guy when he goes to the bathroom or something got there's apes he told me he wants to be used to rent textures the general idea that like flint melon the guy's done do not take his so I just I'm telling you that could be the way to go you know just second it is so crazy and dating I will now your is really stupid he said your Instagram so all it's crazy what is the soul is how you meet people how you date nowadays all about social media just crazy now what's your absolute wanna do it well have a social media pages we have only yeah stop by their goal like go the favorite go up vote go whatever a parlay you can do whatever I want to go get it done it's all over the damn thing just go to website Joe packed dot com thank you so much for your call or two on this on this silliness of of dating today along with Bill political right now so let's so let's talk about the policy have you ever been been broken up with because somebody said something a wry about somebody social media I can't believe you posted on your social media I can't believe you said that your social media why can't I be on your social media is that really something to be concerned with today is that really what dating looks like in two in twenty nineteen America.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on KGO 810
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"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"The high five each other. That's the that's the trailer line, right there. At the end of the trinity found it right away. Well Dahmer there's another person from Milwaukee. And just a bunch of gyms. Something about the midwest, Wisconsin at Geena from Wisconsin to so many serial killers. And rich. When I mean, that's literally true. There are serious, serial killers Wisconsin Andrews. I don't know what the implications supposed to be. To look at my basement. Order more personal. I. Sure doll. So a rich I, I hear you have a ghost story, doesn't don't have coasts, don't exist as an anti go story story might mention that the other day. Yeah. Yeah. Like save it for the podcast. Okay. If you're comfortable, comfortable. Here's a here's my Nana goes story because it goes stone exists. And after my grandmother had passed I was I was still living in her house, but, like we're just throwing stuff out, constantly. She was basically a hoarder and burning over things we destroyed our piano throwing all for trash her life possessions and St.. Anger. Any ghost? Starting a dumpster fire with other worldly possessions. Yeah. He was watching you from beyond the grave as you smashed her piano in a monkey costume. This is actually true true you to do a monkey got smashed grandma's. I don't know this is this. Different story. Now, I'm going to tell that one. That was getting rid of all craft. My grandmother's house. I asked my to help me and Mike. Help me take out. My grandmother's old player piano, by having me dress up in a monkey costume. And then he just fill me while I tried to get it out. No. Sort of it went like, like seven hundred pounds. He was huge and big, and heavy and was like, okay, do we lift it down stairs? Or do we break it into lots of little pieces because we're just going to throw it out? So I was like, well, we're breaking it. Let's make a little short movie and rich. Money that approach with a hammer in a monkey suit in this fucking, ninety degrees, July weather, and I'm gonna film it. There was working Kleinschmidt. Thanks for your help by. Helping me move. I remember we got like the heaviest partly the soundboard whatever the fuck it is the second the second that ended up out on the porch. Mike had to go. The second is out the doors on the porch. Got my foot in. The best part of that little video, I guess this quite the sidetrack here. I was waiting to share it now. Sweating and he's wearing clothes and a monkey. Snap just like starts screaming at me. Filming three like trying to get out of the cost, but it was like duct tape or something. Dip in the back. So I wrapped him with electric. Almost died. Times. Salad days. Swearing off this monkey suit for your stupid monkey man project. So I'm living in this house and. I was basically, I've just leapt on the couch. I was fine with that. But I had recently started going out with my current fiance, and she was saying over that one night, and like share it damn couch, and there's my grandma's will room. It's still got the bed grandmother's bed. Grad, grandma's bay like wasn't like gold or something. The everything's. Story. So you and your girlfriend climb into your dead grandmother's, keep going go on. We slept in that bed that night not. And we both had dreams of my grandmother, being angry and demonic covered with blood. No, she had black ice. Okay. Black Cairns, but she didn't mind and you know what? That was a coincidence..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Stepping it up. Amazon has declined to say when the switch it would happen. So now, you have prime membership you'll be able to get one day delivery. But you're still paying a hundred nineteen. Walmart all you have to do is spend a minimum amount per order of thirty five. So. This competition. We're seeing on one that is really really healthy. But we just heard about yesterday how Amazon. Has been able to. Automate a lot of the jobs like one can do seven hundred packages day. And so here we are. I feel like I don't know what movie that is where we're all. Like, oh, yeah. This is wonderful. Meanwhile, we're getting screwed. And you know, we're we're starting to put a nail in our cough, or we're starting to, you know, take the first step toward demise. And I'm not saying Amazon WalMart killing us. But you know, we just had listener that just lost his job fifty eight years old. And here we are demanding more and more for these companies, and I'm just as guilty. I don't walk into a WalMart. I shop online buy vitamins online by bandages online. I would buy medical products online. I don't walk into a store anymore. Time saves me money. And even if it costs more money. I lose money having to leave work to go shopping. So whatever I could do online saves me money. So it's worth it. And these companies Amazon and WalMart unless they merge keep trying to step it up. And we keep asking for them to I want same-day delivery. I want free delivery. I don't want to spend that much. So what do they have to do to step it up? Well, humans could only work so fast. Five put an order. They would have to make sure they hired thousands upon thousands. And they do of people ready at a computer to grab that order go and find it impact it, but we want. Choice. We want large quantities of things we want. Everything's. So at some point humans can't do it all and if they want to compete, and they want to do what they're claiming they're doing they're going to have to have machines have automation. And the more automation. They have the more. They could do now that Amazon has these machines that package seven hundred packages day and can lift seven hundred pounds. They could do more for us. And so we're demanding more. Nobody wants to wait a month. For a product. They wanted next day. If that and then later, they're going to want to say. So we are driving these big companies to fire us. And the more people that are unemployed. Now, let's say you're like why have a job? So I don't work for WalMart or Amazon's good. Well, no, you're not good. Because the more people that later become unemployed. Then we have a recession. Whatever job you have is probably gonna take a hit. And I know a lot of communists are watching. There's a lot of people, you know, Trump's watching it a lot of people in the government watching it a lot of us will jobs watching this. We are every day. Pushing us closer to being overtaken by somebody else that can take her job. Here we are with electron health records, and you know, botic machines for surgery, and we as like, oh, that's great. I can't wait. I was going to make my job easier. No, it's gonna make you lose your job. Electric health. Records are going to probably be the end to a lot of primary care physician jobs, not because of her now because that isn't you not because of the expense. But because of the. And because of the ability for people to just go. I have a sore throat. That's not strip click button. And here's my medicine. We're doing this to ourselves. I don't know how to stop it. And I don't think anybody wants to stop it. I wanna get my dog food M I Kafue tomorrow. And so I'm going with it just hoping that my job is going to be safe later guys. None of jobs are going to be safe. Well, somebody has to you know. Somebody has to control the computers and fix the computers on watch the assembly lines and stuff. Yeah. But you just fired hundreds of workers gave three and kept three people jobs. Three people were able keep jobs. I mean think about what job you have now and s worst case scenario another recession. It's an it will. Or automation step said what's going to happen to you? And if you don't start thinking now and start doing something. Now, you're going to be a hell of a lot of trouble. What happened during two thousand nine two thousand sixteen I'm not talking about Obama presidency. But it was the worst recession I ever lived through. And it scared that hell Adamy. And I well, then I don't think any of us learned from that. In fact, I think we all double down. And now we are going to steamroll to a recession that we can't get out of now. Thank.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio
"Four years eight bell has topped appropriately enough on bills corner in luke county near edmonton it wasn't landmark in the community because it is big three intern fifteen kilograms it's about seven hundred pounds and old money but regardless of its status end it's wait last week someone stole that giant bell and its owner wants it back he is any normal sized bell bob bell he spoke with cbc calgary this morning the bell was built in nineteen oh three purchase by the moravian church in mill woods i purchase it from i had it on top of my dealership first some seventeen years and then when i sold i took it down and i moved oh to the farm and the bell is hung at spells corners for the last eleven years and now somebody is decided to steal it wasn't the copper thereafter do you think well i think that's what they felt that it was it was copper i had a pain today a gold color and they may have thought it was made of of copper copper worth quite a bit of money right now from what i understand but as you point out it's seven hundred pounds right i mean how do you deal something did you see signs of trucks there there there any evidence of how they did it yes there's there's a sign of a truck tracks with oil activity a lot of these smaller trucks have pickers on them and they're able to a probably extend picker arman pick it up he was cut off probably whether they cut off saw and posted onto a truck and taken how do you feel about this well it's kind of a strange thing this deal i feel very very said no it was a tribute to my grandparents and to the community i thought it would be there a way be on my time in the end at some point time my children or whatever could see some history from how do you go about getting something like that back do you know what today's media it certainly gonna get out there and as i said if you'd like to bring it back and just set up the underneath word was we'll figure out a way to get her voice the backup and weld it back garden barbell seven hundred pound pal were stolen from his terminal do kenny albert last week you were speaking with david gray hosted the calgary i opener a and when the pony sisters were growing up in williams lake british columbia going to the local local movie theater to watch bollywood was the highlight of the week the punjabi sisters selection a gt and cure i grew up in the sleepy rural bc town in the nineteen seventies and eighties before the ponies the movies were more then just announcing outing they weren't escape from a shameful secret they were harboring at home from each other for years they had all been victims of sexual abuse at the hands of the same family member their story and the criminal trial years later against her abuser is the subject of an nfc.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on WTVN
"Can't do it anymore. Please. Thank you. Thank you very much. Appreciate it honor to be here on behalf ice. Like, you said America is facing unprecedented crisis at the border, the sheer volume of family units crossing the border is overwhelmed. Isis limited resources, and as a result more than one hundred twenty six thousand people have been released into the US since the end of last year. The crisis is further amplified by the lack of space detention facilities, which is simply inadequate the handle the volume of illegal border crossings occurring daily families are being released at the border with nothing more than a notice to appear in court knowing full well that none of them ever. Will. Meanwhile, ISIS exhausted is limited resources trying to increase bits based capacity for single adults. At this point, we need more resources, including more officers and agents along the border and in the interior. We need the funding and the thought attain these aliens during their immigration proceedings. In addition, as you know, current walls and court rulings. Like, the judicial interpretation of the floors settlement agreement have created pull factors. The basically incentivize illegal migrants across our border by the thousands every day. We must have meant these outdated laws to deter the legal immigration and prevent the effective operation of lawful immigration system. It's also America's also facing the public safety crisis. Isis had to reassign hundreds of officers to the border limited in our ability to rest, remove criminal gang members and public safety threats from our community. Just in fiscal year two thousand eighteen ice arrested approximately ten thousand gang members, including two thousand there were members of the MS thirteen gay. We also seized over a million pounds of narcotics including twenty seven hundred pounds.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"There was no there's nothing that you can do to physically keep them out of the country. That's what barriers are for. They physically keep people out and. It used to be that we'd see maybe one year over one hundred we've already seen over one hundred groups of over one hundred people which is a hundred people breaching our border at one time that the patrol goes in picks up in there being very as usual humble. They also save thousands of people every year, many of whom have been left for dead by the smugglers traffickers, so they take all of their mission seriously, but we need to resource them. So they can do them all so I just speak to the folks in the first second third row verse special people some of the fourth row, I see. Systems can take any more. Sorry, folks, can't take any more asylum. You know, I look at some of these asylum people, they gang members not afraid of anything. They have lawyers grading them. They read what the lawyer tells them to read the gang members. And they say I fear for my life. I they're the ones that are causing fear for life. It's a scam. Okay. It's a scam so hoax. I know about hoaxes. I just went through a hoax. So our system is full would not take them anymore. Okay. Can't do it. You can't do it. You know, you can go up to a point. We can't do it anymore. Please. Thank you very much. Appreciate it under be here on behalf of ice. Like, you said America is facing unprecedented crisis at the border, the sheer volume of family units crossing the border is overwhelmed. Isis limited resources, and as a result more than one hundred twenty six thousand people have been released in the US since the end of last year. The crisis is further amplified by the lack of space enter tension facilities, which is simply inadequate the handle the volume ability border crossings occurring daily family to being released at the border with nothing more than a notice to appear in court knowing full well that none of them ever. Will. Meanwhile, ISIS exhausted is limited resources trying to increase bits based capacity for single adults. At this point, we need more resources, including more officers and agents along the border and in the interior. We need the funding and the thought attain these aliens during their immigration proceedings. In addition, as you know, Kerr walls in courtrooms like the judicial interpretation of the floors settlement agreement of created pool factors. The basically incentivize illegal migrants across our border by the thousands every day. We must have these outdated laws to deter the illegal immigration and prevent the effective operation of lawful immigration system. It's also America's facing the public safety crisis. I had to reassign hundreds of officers to the border limited in our ability to arrest, remove criminal aliens, gang members and public safety threats from our community. Just in fiscal year twenty eighteen ice arrested approximately ten thousand gang members, including two thousand there were members of the MS thirteen game. We also sees over a million pounds of narcotics including twenty seven hundred pounds of federal. Any reduction these vital on efforts creates and under necessary an unacceptable risk in our communities and for citizens. Appreciate your time, sir. You mentioned Fenton. Also, as you know, we're working on a trade deal with China. That's part of it. They've agreed that they will not be essentially not sending criminalize it, which is not criminalized right now, they're going to classified in such a way that is very hard to send make a lot of other things. So we have some pretty good things coming because it comes a lot of it. I guess most of it comes in from China. And president Xi himself has told me they're going to do that. We have an agreement, and they have actually already started. So that'll help you a lot some of it's coming right in here right to Mexico, and then across so I think we're gonna take care of a lot of thank you very much. Please. President..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Was it Saturday? He sent that out Saturday night Sunday morning. I don't know what it was the alert and I get this alert. And I went oh, God, it's from the boss. What did we do wrong? It's always may. I thought when they see one from Paul and it says sorry guys. It's the article about how the Rolling Stones have postponed their upcoming tour which kicks off in Miami. And a couple of weeks. So it's really bad. So we're definitely out on that one. Because I I buy few dates are the ones you move. Right. And now, the problem will be when they reschedule if and when they reschedule whatever tickets you have or will be good for the rescheduled show. You know, they're going to schedule it like in the middle of Christmas time, and we're gonna be somewhere else doing something else or the radio station, and we won't be able to go. It's the only it's the only show we've ever gotten tickets. That's why we're winding we know. A lot of people listening right now are stadium show. Yeah. So a lot of people listening to us. We're going to the thing. So what they're saying is they have not rescheduled the dates yet. Just hold onto the tickets. Keep in touch. We'll let you know. We'll let you know because we want to find out to apparently mic under doctor's orders can't tour a fairly. It's a physical injury of sorts. And he said it was getting ready to go on tour. Some maybe fell off the stage or something I could be I leg. I dunno me. A bitch slap attendant a knee. And he'll it's going to be something that prohibits him from hopping all around the stage is what I'm thinking. So you may be right. Purely just be older age seventy-five, let us old guys. Although they're all in great shape, much better than they were before. Yeah. Well, they haven't done drugs. So that helps too, you know, so I was just bummed because the minute I saw that. I said, you know, dammit. Show. Well, allegedly we didn't have them in hand. Well, yeah. In there. Only two of them. I did hear that on Friday. We were just talking to just what do you mean need for four tickets for you know, so we can both go. Well, you're going to go with each other. No. We spend too much time together as it is. Yeah. Doesn't want to sit with me. You go to a different cities show. I in you know, it's funny because I was talking to my brothers. He's seen the stone six times. Wow. That's pretty good. I've seen him twice. I've never seen him. You. Gotta see the stones. Yeah. Well, yeah. Well, I was planning on canceled on me. Well, wait for Christmas. You know, it's going to happen. But they're still saying they are the promoters are holding onto this. They're saying postponed. Not cancelled stones. Right. So I'm hopeful I'm hopeful if you're anywhere near on a golf course today or you near a pond, and I know you have one in your lake behind your house. Mating season starts today for alligators this when they get a little more aggressive. Yeah. Well, they're looking for it. So watch out in a way, man. A calendar flips over today and all of a sudden it's like oh. I gotta find a lady how is this different from yesterday? I don't know. I I don't know. That is a valid point. You make though because over the weekend it was once again. And I don't know what I don't know. What's happening? I think they were overprotected or something because we see so many pictures now of I mean, monstrous Gators on golf courses crossing roadways. Did you see the Canadian couple over the weekend? It was I don't know where it wasn't Florida somewhere. The lady keeps Gators crossing the road. Slow can be looked like it was like seven hundred pounds. She keeps getting she's is close to the thing is I am to you right now taking the picture, wait a minute. People don't realize how fast alligators are edgy keeps on getting closer. And closer. If the gator had eaten the lady, I wouldn't blame the gator at all be honest with ya. Well, anyway, they're on they're on the lookout for love. And we don't get in the way of the alligator love 'cause they'll try. That's that's what we learned today in the way of alligator muskrat love. A bumper sticker. Don't get in the way of alligator love. Words of wisdom from Ross. Thank god. I don't have any of my little pond in my backyard. I, you know, now, you know, what I got had polls like millions of them wait till the frog. Well, that's bags. You get all the dogs will eat them, frog frogs and toads. But no, the trout will lead them. All right. Yeah. What happens before they? So the million will get cut down, and like, you know, a tenth feet of lettuce. Those Fisher mean don't get the new way of trout love. I throw in like a piece of bread like like five or six pieces of bread. It's it's it's like a feeding frenzy. It's gone in like seconds. Do they have teeth? I don't know anything about fish. They get teeth. Right. A little ones. Okay. At least you talk about like piranha. No big party needs to Borana. No big teeth. Yeah. Oh, great. Sure. Hide the jewelry in there. Say forever. So when poor old the karma decides to go down to get a drink of water. She gets chewed up karma once the earn Purdon. She's she hasn't had her baby. By the way. It's we're on baby. Watch though, it's due day until you sell that one off to stop the glue factory, by the way, you did not bring up we were talking about April Fools things. Oh, that's right. You did not bring up. The Alon musk situations is of course, April Fools day. Keep your head and swivel be very aware. Do not get fooled by these people think they're funny, but they're actually very nut creative. Well, see. I don't see. I don't think this. This may be a joke. I don't think it's an April Fools joke though. It's a joke with a purpose, right? Elon musk. We all know who he is. He just released a song called rest in peace Harambee, a tribute to the gorilla that was killed after you know, grabbed the kidney enclosure, all right. Okay. So did you have his sorry? I got it. Can't really unders it's very auto tuned. Can't really understand too much of it. But this apparently, this is he lawn. Mosque in new rap song. Do..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I mean, I've only watched it once I have to go back and look at the tape, but I don't necessarily know that they got a lot of pressure out of SU and how strong they were coming up the middle. I I thought that was going to have to be a pretty big emphasis. But yeah. In in terms of if you're comparing it side by side at the some of the other games that Aaron has played where he's putting up two or three sacks. Certainly it's not as flashy. But I mean that that. That guy is having you know, if through about six hundred or seven hundred pounds of offense lineman on pretty much every play rich Hammond, Orange County. Register Rams writer joining it's told you at the before the season that if I told you in August, the Rams are going to be in the Super Bowl, and they're going to be tied going into the fourth quarter three three with the patriots. You'd have said what? Yeah. I wouldn't have been surprised. Maybe I mean, I thought I thought they'd be there. And and I would I'd be surprised about told me the score was three to nothing whatever it was at that point that that would be that would be the part that I'd be surprised about. But you know to that point. I think they were pretty comfortable that they got the difference of game that they exactly wanted. I mean, you talk about or certainly talking about how the offense didn't play its capabilities and that's one hundred percent true. But I mean, you you look at the most optimistic projection for that Rams defense coming into the game. And I think this exceeded it. I mean, they played extrordinary on defense. If you told me that you know, they're gonna come into a game. And and you know, they're going to have held the patriots to three points going into the fourth quarter. I think every ram span would have taken that. But obviously the game did not go the way that I thought that most people thought it would rich. What is the biggest challenge? The Rams are facing looking ahead to next. Season. Well, they've got some holes to fill and you know, the one that's kind of grown here over the last couple of days is it seems increasingly unclear whether or not Andrew Whitworth going to return. I mean, he's talked about the start of the week how he examines things after every offseason. So it don't make you know, maybe we're making a little too much of of this particular game because the Super Bowl, but for him to kinda come out and say, hey, you know, gosh, I haven't really decided yet..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Go on the road live from the side of Super Bowl fifty three Mike, and I went out to dinner last night. We walked into this establishment. And we got seated right next to James Harrison. Did you want to tell you about intimidation? I saw James Harrison staring into camera on Instagram pelvic thrusting seven hundred pounds off the floor. I was waiting for someone to say pelvic thrusting at six so four. We got that early. Those this showed up congratulations at peaks with pelvic thrusting. Swat grunts good. That is straight talk, by the way. Straight talk wireless. Glad you're with us going, and we go he SPN radio and ESPN news presented by progressive insurance. All phone guests. Join us on the shell Pennzoil performance on you Mike have a pensive look like, by the way, speaking places deed. I know it was brought up yesterday. And we talked about it on Twitter why I hadn't been to waffle house. I made up. Twice yesterday. Okay. No sham two times one for lunch. And then now the white came in town. And now she wanted to go for dinner. So I married a woman. Possible seen ever were sitting there at kind of a happy hour like cocktail hour scene, and my mom had just gotten in from the airports. I'm saying hi, she's talking to some of my friends. And then I have my back turned all of a sudden she reaches over and goes, hey, Honey, we're getting ready to leave your father's taking me to the waffle house. Yup. This is my family could not be more on brand. This is so sweet I've just been housing Chick-fil-A for like five. There you go. Today. I think I've grown feathers. I don't know if it's another word that starts with F and ends with lab. Yeah..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Multiple sizes for junior Petit to you being if you're six foot two we got one for tall people as well. And we have weights that are covered people all the way up to seven hundred pounds. So no matter what your size, we will make a chair for you. We also offer over forty fabrics. But let's say you had a fabric at home that you loved because it's on your current your current furniture. We could actually make a chair for you. Kidding? Yeah. Customize customize. Mcchord my house. Yup. Yup. And some of the other things that really make our products. Great. We have unlike scotchgard we actually have our fabrics are interwoven with a stained defense called soft touch. So it really compasses the entire chair as opposed to a spray on some of the other manufacturers use and then one of the things we offer is breezy and breezy is in fabric category of its own is designed engineered and handcrafted with softness, beauty and durability in mind and sitting in a breeze, a chair is a nuisance that you are sure to love it's just so so soft people are often saying what kind of leather is this. I said well leather wishes it was so. I love that material. And what color says that come in you what we actually have we pretty much have thirteen different colors. So you could really match it up to any fabric. And that's one of the things we find is that a lot of customers end up coming in to pick out a chair and MRs Jones might have her pillow with her and she's going right over to the swatches to look at what options are available to match up that current so, but we could we could build a custom to him. So we have done that for some clients not. It's it's an investment, right? Absolutely. And one that we're going to look at every day. More importantly, one that's going to give us a great comfort and feel everyday that lift recliners. Do so, you know, I was gonna say if you have any interest in the in the crowd, you can actually go onto our website and invite you to watch our video of all the manufacturing online going on. And you can actually see all those hands at work a true American manufacturer. You know, what I love about live chairs now, they don't look like a chair that grandma and grandpa, so true. So true there the materials now are very sexy. They really are there. I mean, they're they're aesthetically pleasing in your home. It you can get them to match your furniture and people don't realize it's a lift charity looks like a recliner along with that. That's I'm glad you brought that up because lift chairs have really power recliners have become a very important market for the manufacturing is far as for the all the furniture manufacturers and we've been doing it for a long time. So we're kind of ahead of the curve when it comes to that kind of technology. And that's what that's really is shown by felt when you get into our chair, and you work with it. We also have something that we new technology that we just is patent pending right now, call the twilight technology, and we're really really excited about this. It has it really takes a power recliner and puts you into a new position that you would never the only the way we describe it. Is weightlessness? So this new technology you discover weightlessness through the maxi comfort cloud. That's the model that it comes in. And the feeling of witnesses is such great is so great to me. It's like when we were in school, and we lean back onto legs and get yelled at by the teacher, but the chair takes all your bottom weight. And moves it distributed as towards your back when you're in this cradle position. And so it really helps rejuvenate the body because if we find the body is put into a certain positions it's going to heal better. It's going to feel better. It's going to make us feel really rejuvenated after that..
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Helping people retire successfully it's four zero one three three three eight thousand Jeff I came across this sobering statistic from AAA and really got my attention you. And I talk about motorcycles sometimes here on the show because I know you've been a motorcycle owner in the past in twenty-six teen AAA reports that there was a twenty one point five percent. Uptick in the number of motorcycle fatalities among baby boomers, so this is folks age sixty and up, and I thought that was surprising to me because I think that. If you've been riding a motorcycle a long time, you know what you're doing. Maybe I should be looking at it a different way. What do you think? Well, you know, it's so true that we all think that we're so many years younger than we really are. Well, and I think that might be more of a guy thing like because we used to, you know, hang sheet rock when we were younger or something we still think we can do that. And I bring that up because as you know, I hurt my back recently doing exactly does. So, you know, it's been months, and I'm still not totally recovered but getting much better. And you know, we forget that, you know, as time goes on our bodies, not gonna cooperate or keep up with what our mind thinks we can still do, and you know, motorcycle riding is certainly right there and I had clients years ago. And this is a big man he was probably about six three and had a motorcycle for decades. And then they came in for a visit and asked him about the bike. He said, well, he said. He said I ended up dropping a couple of times. He said, thankfully, we were like parked at a light. But if you're passenger which was his wife, if they shift their weight when you're standing still, that's the worst thing that can happen, and he had a full dresser nothing weighs like seven hundred pounds. Even though he's a big man once you start seven hundred pounds leaning over plus the weight of his wife. I mean, it's just it's too much. And he ended up dropping a couple of times. So what he did which I thought was created. He turned his bike into a trike. So he got the kit and had Harley put the two wheels on the back instead of one and he's still enjoying his more cycle. So at least he he realized that finally say, look, I can't keep doing this. You know, one of us is going to get really hurt. And so they decided to change out a little bit. So as we move through those phases of retirement, we may want to look at the bucket list and see just how that might change. And how our hobbies may change as we go further and further into retirement and make some adjustments like gentleman, you mentioned, they're exactly right. Know like, I I do like to golf on that great at it. But I enjoy going out. Well, I can do that. Now, we don't want. I get further on into retirement. I might not be able to swing that club as well. So I might have to adjust how I play or or what I expect for a score with yourself. Yeah. Well, I'm not sure I tend to be a little competitive fund fund the Gulf with. But I I like to do. Well, when I golf and trust me, I'm not that good. If I break one hundred through. So that's how I look at if I break one hundred it was a good day if I don't break hundred I'm not so happy. I love this story. You shared about the gentleman who turned that motorcycle into something that was going to work for both himself and his wife, so they could complete their bucket list. But what about you, Jeff what's on your bucket list? I don't think a whole lot about a bucket list to be honest with you there's there's one big trip that I would like to do. And that's the take a trip to Japan when I was younger, I used to do martial arts training, and I really really enjoyed it. And ironically, I was coaching. My oldest daughter's basketball team in grade school, and I would run sprints with the kids back and forth. And I was running backwards having them chase me. And I tripped and fell and I didn't think much of it. You know, rolled out of it kept going, but a couple of days later, I had a bruise on my back, and that was like unbelievable. So I had badly injured my back, and it took me about three and a half years to get it fixed, and in that interim it, oh, my my chiropractor at the time had told me said, look, if you don't give up martial arts training, you are going to lose control of your foot when you get older that got my attention. And I went like. So because of the martial arts training I used to do in the past. I've always wanted to travel to Japan because of their rich history with martial arts. And so that's that's probably my big bucket list. And if I go there, I might jump to Australia because that's another one on the list beyond that. I don't have too many things on my bucket list. I'm grateful because when I wanna do things I tend to just do them and not wait for the future. Because life is important you need. I work a lot as people can imagine. I work a lot. But bottom line is I like to have fun too. And so if I wanted to take a trip I'll take a trip if I want to go out and Gulf a little bit more. I can do that. I don't but I could. Well, the way you describe it, and boy Japan sounds great sounds lovely. I, you know, such a rich history. Indeed with with the show gun the shogunate and all of that. It's to me, it's pretty cool. My my daughter travelled recently to China. Because she's an associate general counsel for WalMart. So they send her all over the world for stuff, and she got the opportunity to visit the an entire terra cotta army of soldiers that were carved and buried don't really understand why they did that. But one of the shoguns had had an entirely battalion of individual figures carved and then buried ball and formation. So to me that was pretty cool. So she came back with a miniature a soldier carved out of the same terra cotta that they use for all those soldiers. So that that to me, it was pretty cool. Absolutely good motivation, either you said something that I wanna follow up on. I want to give your phone number. I for people who are thinking about their bucket list right now how you're gonna make that possible. A call to Jeff is a good.
"seven hundred pounds" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"And then I realized it's not so much about the blood flow as it is the nervous system, if you ever train at three hundred more we need pump, bro. Right. You gotta get pumped. Don't we need to pump the blood flowing through what's wrong with the pump? There's something wrong with the pump. Yes, there is the pump. And explain that. It's if you train at three in the morning, I'm outta Pena everything. You have tree you pull them. Give me your purse. Is it true that they had Betty broke a couple of? At three in the morning. The bar feels heavy. Just the bar. You put the bar on the back of the squad. It sounds like you came from a bar. The bar is heavy up in the morning. Heavy son. He just picked somebody hammering beers. So I realized with everything is is so much more important than the nervous system is woken up and not and try not to fatigue the rest of it. Not try to worry about the pump. And soon as the nervous system is woken up on every set as you keep going everything starts to go light. Again. It's like when you go up to seven hundred pounds, and you come back down to five hundred pounds five hundred feels like nothing now, you can do is set at twenty with five hundred pounds. But as you go up, it's the nervous system that's getting used to everything. So if you can just keep going up with as little energy as possible and letting the body adapt to it and wake up it's natural self instead of forcing it to wake up gotta get in public puppet. And it seems like it just it's so much more productive. You get the right amount of work done. You're waiting until you're ready until the bodies ready. Then you start your sets while you also making yourself weaker, right as the workout progresses, if you're doing high reps in your.
Amazon workers strike in Germany, joining action in Spain and Poland
"Ensuring a fair cooperation with all our, employees including positive working, conditions and a caring and inclusive. Environment, now, unions apparently a stronger Europe are being told by Gizmodo stronger than in the. US and I guess strikes against Amazon have been happening for years, this your workers in Italy and Germany struck separately back in. December I haven't noticed any change let my Amazon service maybe a one. Time I noticed that there was a couple of delays like a day or two delay in, shipping but other than, that not much Apparently, there was a black, Friday strike To mess up the Christmas sales They say Germany remains Amazon's biggest market outside the US So many reports have painted a. Grim picture of how work is like an, Amazon warehouses and so we have been following Amazon very very closely as we're being told that they. Have these robots that can lift, over seven hundred pounds these robots. Are working fairly efficiently some of the better than humans And I don't, think Amazon is going to hesitate In fact I think they're already mobilizing And so as a human, worker we're kind of in a pickle we want. To be able to use our, strength I get the whole strike thing. And I admire people that do, that that takes a, lot of guts but their salaries online their jobs on the. Line for the. Greater good of others that's. Pretty cool I like, seeing people unite I think that's really. Really cool for a for a collective 'cause. That's why America's such a great country it. Allows us, to do things like that But we need to be kind. Of careful because there's going to be a. Time where employers are gonna say fight screen You're, not, that good Yeah we're hiring you as. A favor to you So we got. To, be careful about how much we ask for We're asking for a lot from employers Raskin for higher salaries Asking for insurance health insurance Some of us also dental and vision We're asking for paid, sick leave Razan, for maternity, leave. Paternity leave stress days budget accounts little Pity cat we ask for a, lot of stuff, from our, employers And we think we're allowed to. Because they make a lot of money off our backs Maybe we're right For every employee they may make three times the amount of. Money that day Based on some others who knows So we have value Unless something. Else can replace us Well no one can replace a human because humans do a lot of work, when they show up they well we're finding that there's a lot of type gadgets or robots that can lift more than us if you have Amazon robots that can lift over seven hundred pounds Well I you know they don't need to hire five strongman If you have computers that work faster if you have robots that could flip burgers, without dropping them. On the, ground or sneaking some. To eat you have efficiency I mean a robot doesn't steal I can't tell you how many. Billions of dollars US employers have to deal with. With stealing we, had staff steal, from, us, all, the time, steel flu shots steel. Splints, steel, syringes steel, Ky. steal money steal from other staff You know I, mean we had, the, gamut, and, if I, could have a robot Check somebody in take their vitals I. Walk into the room follow me then you. Follow the robot to the room I I can save a lot of. Money now those robots are. Expensive that's the only reason why we aren't seeing a lot of them. Takeover They're expensive But you start to see more and. More demands It's gonna be nice for employers to be automated So I don't, blame, him, one eight seven seven dhaka-delhi one. Eight seven seven zero.
Arizona, Ceo and Ibm discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"For the sixty four gig version comes in black or blue and eight forty nine for the one hundred twenty gigabyte variant which comes in blue only in the uk and europe only the sixty four gig model is available for now and will cost seven hundred pounds and eight hundred euros respectively president trump may find z t e enforced management changes as an alternative to the current sevenyear ban on us firm supplying parts t which has affected broken z t's business members of congress accused the president of making a deal with a company that has already admitted to violating sanctions on iran trump said that us technology companies have also been hurt by april commerce department decision that prohibits them from selling components doozy t the president put the possible find number at up to one point three billion dollars but didn't give details on the legality of this move cisco's talos intelligent group says that more than half a million routers and network devices in fifty four countries have been infected with malware called vp and filter which contains kill switch for routers conceal loggins and powell words and can monitor industrial control systems vpn filter has infected routers in ukraine in particular with a spike in infections in the country on may eighth and may seventeenth the researchers say that routers from lynxes microtek net gear and teepee link are all affected and that the mauer shares many of the same codes used in known russian cyberattacks and called the attack likely statesponsored uber shutting down testing of self driving cars and era zona after one of its cars killed a pedestrian in a march accident in an internal email uber executive eric may hope for rothe at uber would be shifting its focus to pittsburgh where the company's been testing selfdriving carson's 2016 and san francisco were headquartered the company hopes to resume testing and pittsburgh this summer after all testing was grounded following the accident about two hundred employees jobs in arizona will be affected by this change finally ibm ceo ginny romney plans to create eighteen hundred jobs of the next two years in france and areas like a blockchain cloud computing and iot.