35 Burst results for "Seven Seconds"

FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

Uncontrolled Airspace: General Aviation Podcast

07:03 min | 4 d ago

FAA Admin logs some 737Max time

"So the administrator went flying. This is okay. I I like this story on a number of a levels. I don't know one of you may turn out to be the sinecure. All right but I like the story on a couple of so what? Mr Carteris. Yeah I know right I didn't want to name names, but that's what I figured about how I figured. It would play out So you know. The Boeing seven thirty-seven Max is still rounded but getting closer and closer to returning to the skies, the Francisco Franco all of Of Aircraft. and. And clearly I mean I'm no I'm not naive obviously this was a big publicity thing. All right. The the administrator of the FAA a conducted in evaluation flight. The pictures I showed should him in in less so? To the extent I'm going to be cynical about this. The one thing I'm questioning is the administrator the as really checked out in a seven thirty seven to fly the left I believe that's correct. Yeah. He he I think he other type he's a former airline pilot. Okay. Has a seven three typewriting. And if he does have a later model type rating for the seventy three. He's eligible the service. That airplane. So clearly, the FAA wants to demonstrate that the seven thirty seven is is safe and or you know and is is is deserving of of returning into flight service, and so they did a thing where now the story I have posted here is actually from before he said that he's going to do this thing but apparently it's been it's heads happened right on this this flight took place and because I think I've seen a story that talked about it after he and he got some Sim time before the well that's smart too that smart too. So his bio at FAA website says. A former Delta director global flight operations or Senior Vice President of flight operations for Delta Airlines. flew fluid line operations as as three twenty captain and previously flew the seven, two, seven, seven, three, seven, seven, five, seven, and seven, six seven. What that tells me as he never made captain on the seven three but he was a captain on the twenty Okay so So anyways, I like this story I think you know I mean it's it's smart marketing it's you know and it's kind of play pleasure I don't know what's the right word is but that we have an administrator who actually can fly airplanes, which is not always the case not always occurred and so so you know I I of got a little warm fuzzy about. starring. In. The best way I mean that. Going there. Okay well, we're will you go JEB. What do you think about this or dude? I was a pure pr stat. Of course it's a PR stunt, but you know I mean, it's a good pr stunned had done well, and and and it's not. You know I know it's a PR stunt, but it's not cynical PR stunt. They're trying to revive this airplane which. I don't disagree with that. and. There's so much to say but. Yeah one of the things that I caught and the aftermath. Is that. He still wouldn't sign off on the airplane. We're not quite ready yet. Well, then what was the purpose of the stunt? Timing may have been wrong, right? That's an interesting point. Now, fly it, fly the day before the day of you give it its walking papers give it. It's it's airworthiness certificate back you know Hey, I just flew the airplane is great here I'm signing the paperwork now. Yeah. Well, that kind of thing. So it looks a little phony to you know it's kind of like a well. I'm not sure which is looks phonier be honest weeping. So. David what do you think about the administrator flying the airplane? Well, I. Think it was Absolutely necessary I off. A long time ago in this saga has been going on for what? Eighteen months coming up on two years since the first crashes. That's true and. Longtime ago the administrators said that He would himself fly the airplane before it was returned to approve for return to service so From the perspective of promise made promise. Kept he fulfilled a promise? At a good thing. Was it a publicity stunt? Absolutely unless the guy was. There to do some data taking for the return to service flight tests but it was a good pr stunt. It it has some some value in that. Here's a guy who really knows the business knows his way around the cockpit. Getting some time in an airplane, it's had a troubled history. Did that, get it to the point of coming back to service no. There's still a lot that the FAA wants to get clear on and they are also working with other regulators from other countries who have grounded the airplane themselves Canada, the European Union. Brazil. There's a lot. The kind of go into this return to service enters a lot of stuff steak and I think the last thing any of these airworthiness authorities WanNa have happened is. Say Yep Yep we're good to go. You can start putting them back into service, which is problematic, and there's going to be a whole lot of pilots going to need to be brought up to speed in a recurrent training for them. Before that happens but. To have some little glitch come along. Right after you return it to service will doom this airplane forever I mean it's definitely going to be smooth no question Scott to be Smith I don't. Disagree with anything you, just said. except well, I would simply point out. that. I'm not sure that the return of the seven three is going to make or break any airlines It's GonNa make or break. Boeing. Yeah. But given the. Severe Downturn right in passenger demand over the last several months. and airlines have been doing fine making do with what they have. Be They've been retiring a number of aircraft or just parking them because the demand is not sufficient to keep them up and running it. All of a sudden. Now, we're going to have a glut of I don't know how many hundreds of of seven thirty seven Max is that are ready to go again. Big. Whoop. WHO's going to be flying.

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What happens if online advertising is just a big, fat bubble?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:26 min | 5 d ago

What happens if online advertising is just a big, fat bubble?

"So. Big Tech monopolies are in the news this week the Department of Justice sued Google over how it maintains its search dominance and it search dominance is the key to its business model, which is that it makes eighty percent of its revenue from digital advertising facebook by the makes ninety, nine percent of its revenue from advertising and the profitability of targeted ads is also a big reason why tech companies are constantly collecting so much data about us and there's a multibillion dollar ad tech industry that exists because all of this makes so much money. But what these ads didn't actually work all that. Well, Tim Wong is a former public policy executive Google where he worked on artificial intelligence and machine learning and he's of the new book subprime attention crisis I. Think this is an interesting important distinction right? which is it's not necessarily to make the argument that advertising never works categorically right? We have examples of it working. The question is whether or not the market as a whole really lives up to the promises that it's made and the promises made is that data driven. Automated form of what's known as programmatic advertising is a kind of advertising that's way better than billboards or magazines or the kind of madman style of advertising and I think ultimately, it may be that we are exactly where we were decades ago. Right? which is we actually don't know which half of the money spent advertising works in which one is wasted. We just very difficult to tell. Is, there an awareness of this? I mean I know that you know after for example, Cambridge Politica, there was a lot of conversation about how there are lots of promises related to micro targeting and that it just might not be. Realistic. Like do advertisers are they starting to understand this? Well, I, think there's a lot of willful blindness in the Advertising Space you know so this book that I just wrote, it opens on a really strange experience that I had going to a marketing conference where a professor laid out all of the evidence right? You know sixty percent of people never see ads ad blocking up all around the world it was just dead space the. Advertisers kind of refuse to engage with it, and you know it's one of the things I've been thinking a lot about because it's similar to patterns that we see and other market bubbles right where there's these deep structural problems with the industry. But a lot of the people involved either don't want to hear it or they don't believe it I mean listen I'm very familiar with the idea of the belief that technology must be working even. All. Evidence to the contrary. But I do want to ask you about targeting specifically because it seems like there's a lot of technical reasons it doesn't work. But what about this idea that there's a massive amount of data collection that ads can be so specific and personalized that you literally cannot resist them are you saying that's also not true Yeah I. Mean You brought up Cambridge Analytical earlier? I mean there's a fascinating report that just came out from the UK privacy regulator that was basically their research to say look there's all of this kind of. Metric advertising does it make a difference and the conclusion? There was no there actually was not any significant difference and there's two reasons for that. One of them is a lot of researchers find that a lot of the data being used as faulty and messy and doesn't work and I think the other one is whether or not. This data actually helps you to target a message better is really unclear. There's a great researcher by the name of Allesandro. Who's been doing some work on if you have targeted ads versus non targeted ads, does it actually make a difference and conclusion is it does but really only by a small margin, much less than you think. Could it also expose the fact that a lot of these companies no longer want the data for advertising like they want it for machine learning. Yeah I. think that's ultimately you know I think one of the great questions and responses I've had to the book is people say so why have we built this enormous surveillance infrastructure? This thing just doesn't work I. Think people have traditionally thought. Oh, well, it's because Mark Zuckerberg wants to build a mind control ray that's his advertising system. You know the reality is that it has been collected for other reasons and for sure I think things like the promise of machine learning is is one of the reasons that people collect this data. What Can. Be Done. Do you think I mean? This is a big complicated technology question. You've got companies spending a ton of money and companies that rely on this for their whole business model. Like what could solutions even look like? One of my worries about this is that again, if you study the history of market bubbles, a lot of what we see is very reminiscent right to the say the subprime mortgage crisis of two, thousand, seven, two, thousand, eight, and there is a momentum here in the problem with bubbles is that. While, it may look great in two, thousand, seven, I think we were saying how great economy is doing. At some point they pop and I think the human costs will be great. It's really not just a matter of whether or not you know Mark Zuckerberg has less. Fewer billion dollars right I think you gotta think about all the media that's relying on this ecosystem that journalism that relies on it and many other places that advertising touches online, and so I I tend to believe in the idea that we have to find ways of deflating this bubble and so I'm really interested in kind of the ability to both spread the public word about some of the problems in this marketplace. But also I think there's room for regulation I. think There's room to enforce transparency in the marketplace to try to make sure that you know expectations about this match up with reality. There's been just as a regulatory matter there been a lot of questions about banning targeted advertising. Should that happen? Yeah I I do think. So and I think in some ways you know in may be the thing that pops the bubble right because for the longest time, advertisers have been basically holding to the position that we need all this data order to do our business to target our ads and what we're seeing as things. GDP are the European privacy law and CPA to California privacy law rollout is in many cases the market just keep chugging along even though our advertisers have a lot less access to data and I do think that that kind of realization that all this data might actually not have been very. Meaningful might actually 'cause you know sort of expectations or perceptions about how great this stuff is to kind of crash to Earth, and so you think these privacy laws have these two effects. One of them is to protect privacy, which of course is important but I think the other side of it is actually in May of like you know strip the veil off this market that I think has been kinda shrouded for so long Tim. Wong is the author of the new book subprime attention crisis. How big a bubble are we talking here? Digital advertisers will spend over one hundred and forty billion dollars in the US in twenty twenty.

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A New Traditional Family

If These Ovaries Could Talk

04:01 min | Last week

A New Traditional Family

"So I'm a gay man. She's a lesbian were co parenting in we have a beautiful baby boy turns to a couple of weeks a couple of weeks the couple of days couple of days. Together we've been best friends for eight years. And Yeah, we've done a couple of TV shows might have seen us on what happens at the Abbey which was on, eat back in two, thousand seventeen, and then right after that, we did nine months according to facebook watch bone. Twenty. Seven seconds that's media training this good. That was very few but also you just dropped Courtney Cox in their bail. So you guys are famous. We've been trying to schedule it to you guys for like forever because your way cooler than us. But in the meantime, we had two different listeners be like you got to get these two and send us clips of yours and I was like I am doing my best retrying trying. Their very busy. I think well, I think life took over how many? Endemic hit right as we were scheduling, we had everything on the books every intention all of a sudden it was like Bam. Shut your lifestyle. But here we are. You move I moved to that was not yet. We moved seven times in the pandemic hit and the unknown then Hartley got sick. Oh He he was in the hospital Malone's buffoon before we moved. It was like, okay sickness move moved in here pandemic. Oh my God, what was he doing? Okay it was just it was winter time. It was the flu. It was like a whole household. was I mean we were a mass and we were sneezing and coughing all over each other and she was on her deathbed and next thing you know like in a baby just just say, Oh hey, it's my turn SCARY THAT HOSPITALIZATION OF OF A. Scary I've been there. It's not fun. You know we only just started talking but what kind of amazing is that you two are not a couple but talk to each other like a couple like eight years yeah. Eight years. Yeah. Well No, that's not what happened. Think you're you're like an old married couple but not a couple but a couple best friends. But it it functions. In a very weird couple ish way but it's so not a couple we were. We were kind of like America. And stuff like that, and we see. And we have a baby. Sleep. Basically like any other married. Thanks. So we're happy. A. Narrative there it is, and there's the truth listen I have to say you guys are living the life that I dreamed of in College Lake with my best gay boyfriends like this. I had plans with Gabe boyfriends all the time like, okay. Here's what's going to happen. We're GONNA make it baby. We're going to CO parent actually I don't think I ever talked through the co-parenting thing we were just GonNa. Make a baby together. So like how how, how, how to that, top? Yes. Tucked joining at the top. Okay. Well, it was a fine Sunday funday at the Abbey. She was pouring drinks. I was waiting for them to come in and get drunk. Hosting the front door, and before this shit hit the fan and and the storm. Con Sunday Funday we were just having a conversation just catching up like friends do. So rating was just going to tell him that was breaking up with one of her girlfriends with something natta girlfriend. And I was telling her that I have plans to have a baby with somebody else who she didn't like and she just looked at me and said, are you fucking crazy Well, yet kind of sort of because I'm running out of options here and then co worker looked about the bus and say, well, perhaps maybe the two of you should have a baby together and then to light bulbs when. We. Look at each other and then we had a conversation for about an hour and we shook on it. Most France do and then next thing you know three years later we have a baby in a nutshell. The elevator pitch for that.

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University of Florida cancels football team activities amid 19 new coronavirus cases

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:43 min | Last week

University of Florida cancels football team activities amid 19 new coronavirus cases

"Ross Bjork. Two Am athletic director putting out a statement now saying we've been in touch with officials. At Florida and also reviewed. The available data from the contact tracing system deployed by the SEC. At this point there is been no impact within our program, but we will continue our regular testing regiment this week. And stay diligent. With all of our safety protocols. So that is a fairly similar statement to what Ray Tanner put out yesterday in terms of possible inflection or. Infection I should say on the previous Game Notre Dame had that issue a couple of weeks ago and That's that's the only time we've seen now we're we're a team played last week ended up causing as well. Back to the phones at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven. Two eight five and Paul was up next in Arkansas Paul. Thanks good afternoon. Hey Paul With my situation what I'm with what I have done a lot of research on this. covid nineteen and when the government I was. Testing all these vaccines they've found that the vaccine. That was used for malaria had a a a very good impact on covid nineteen. The ingredient was drowsy. Clark. And based on some of the studies. it was saving like fifty percent of people's lives it was taken. As Preventative You know as a preventive. Medication instead of waiting until you got the virus to take it. I have a very. Close or good medical A. Person that I've talked to about this and they said most doctors that have. are are very positive about this ingredient And they have patients that they've recommended. You know taking it There are some patients have some kind of Rimma Tori disease it take it all the time that they don't get a covid nineteen I don't understand why the government is trying to hide this. I mean if it allows I don't know but but but I do know that I think four drug companies at least in this country or many more around the world are pretty deep into. The the vaccine. So I I would. Dare. Say What you said I've heard before but it may very well be a moot point right now. Well. All I'm saying is if it's you know it's going to say it's SORTA and they start they get with a doctor that you know has you know patients where he's distributed this out I mean if it would help that program, you know to the point where you know by the time. I think issue there I'm certainly not talking about my expertise, which is pretty miniscule almost everything but. The there's no way. A doctor is going to administer this to a football team. Well maybe not but all I'm saying is that. You know this particular ingredient. For the malaria virus did test of you know pretty good against Kobe nineteen and my point is You know I'm just frustrated we're in this situation with. and I it may be. Hey. Here's what I think is the good news that we are pretty close At least we're told we're pretty close to a A vaccine. So I I I. Don't I don't think anything's going to change that Let's hope it's. Like today, Jonathan is in Kansas you're on the Air Hello Jonathan good afternoon. I'm actually Tampa, Florida. Good have you on. Sir. I'm I'm in Tampa Florida, I I I graduated from the University of Florida in two thousand, sixteen I just want to quickly touch up on touch touch up on a few things. Dan Molin I know he has got a lot of backlash for saying you went to the stadium, but I also remember coach Free Coast Frost got a lot of backlash when he said he went to play and now he's playing. I believe that he will not be

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Coronavirus: How have billionaires done during COVID-19?

Coronavirus Daily

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Coronavirus: How have billionaires done during COVID-19?

"We should point out. I that billionaires always take a hit during any economic downturn billionaire wealth during the great recession went down dislike everyone else's economic prospects and it took two and a half years for the four hundred billionaires to recover the wealth collectively that they had in two, thousand, seven two and a half years of recovery Chuck Collins expected to see that kind of trajectory when he began analyzing billionaire wealth during the pandemic so. I was sort of expecting US billionaires. We're going to take a hit just like the rest of society and they did for a little while in February, but then this other dynamic in which was kind of surging wealth can you give us some of the names who were the the Big Lake? So to speak, well, you know some of them have seen their wealth surge faster than others Elon musk wealth has tripled from twenty, seven, billion to ninety billion. Jeff bezos wealth is up seventy, two billion. since the beginning of. The year.

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Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

06:33 min | 3 weeks ago

Quim Torra, the president of the regional government of Catalonia, has officially been disqualified from office

"Last November in the build up to a general election in Spain Kim Torah, the president of the Regional Government of Catalonia hung a banner on the building in which the government sits demanding the freedom of certain of his colleagues presently in prison or in exile, and what we are going to ask Mister Sanchez. Okay. Obviously and of repression to sit together in these table of negotiations with no conditions that means that we are going to put on. The table, these referendum, these right of Catalonia to self determination, and we want to ask Mr Scientific for the amnesty for our colleagues imprison this week. This act appears to have caused cream Torah his job Spain's Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision banning him from public office eighteen months a consequence of him disobeying an earlier court order to remove the poster which was held to violate election laws against displaying political materials in were indeed on public buildings. He was also fine. Thirty thousand euros treated to a judicial wigging for his quote stubborn blunt repeated and obstinate on quote refusal to do as he was told. Others naturally be afraid of these magistrates if the Supreme Court would decide whether to disqualify democratic and legitimate president for having defended freedom of expression justice prisoners, coalitions, and the return of the exiles these traits today have in their hands. Something much more important than my political futures wanted. Not For any banner. But for banner that defended the fundamental rights denied I mean stylish kitchen. Inevitably given the nature of populist nationalist movements of the tight which Mr Tara leads he and his supporters will regard this damnation as a ringing endorsement. The practical upshot of this decision is that Catalonia has a new acting president, vice president and Economy Minister Arrogance and the Embassy of Catalan independence have been stoked once again with potentially combustible consequences. For Listeners who've been sufficiently bewildered by recent global events that decathlon succession crisis feels like something that happened circa the battle of Salamanca as opposed to three years ago a brisk recap is possibly in order. In October, two thousand and seventeen, the procession regional government of Catalonia through a referendum on independence. This vote had already been declared illegitimate by Spain's national government ruled illegal by Spain's constitutional. Court. and was widely boycotted by pro unionists within Catalonia. What they are pushing is not democracy it's a mockery of democracy travesty of democracy. Referendum do not equal or do not equate democracy. The result was ninety percent in favor of independence but on a turnout of only forty three percent. Nevertheless on October twenty, seventh, two, thousand and Seventeen Catalonia's parliament. Independence Solutia. The COLOSIO Delta repetant parliamentary get rather sit down. Though in Punta. The worst Zimba. Spain's national government was unimpressed by this and accordingly sacked Catalonia's leaders dissolved its parliament and instituted direct rule from Madrid Catalonia's. Can Preach Demont and a few other putative architects of the Catalan nation skipped the country. Wisely, it turned out those who stayed were arrested and charged with treason several received hefty prison sentences including Catalan vice president, Auriol Carris, currently serving thirteen years. President preached amount remains in exile in Belgium from where he has managed to get elected to European Parliament as a representative of Spain Vice? President John Carey has also been elected to European Parliament although for obvious reasons is yet take his seat. Absolutely none of which has caused the idea of Catalan independence to go away at least not entirely though recent polls do suggest dwindling enthusiasm for the idea from nearly forty nine percent at the time of the referendum to perhaps forty two percent. Now, President Torre has strongly suggested that regional elections may be held early in two thousand, twenty one, which he is already framing as a choice as he puts it between democracy and freedom or repression and imposition. The, difficulty with this argument is that in the present dispensation, Catalonia is not short of either democracy or freedom. It is the richest part of what is by global standards a wealthy country. It enjoys considerable autonomy electing its own parliament flying signed flag, speaking its own language, controlling its own police and many of the public services, including schools and healthcare. The Catalan independence movement often looks and sounds less like some heroic struggle to slough off a brutal imperialist yoke. The net does populist insurrection like Brexit, another self indulgent tantrum thrown by the complacent citizens of a prosperous and orderly nation rebelling against some imaginary tyranny door is breaking. Independent United Kingdom. The difference of course is that Mr Torah his colleagues and supporters do have a case on the repression and imposition front as well. The referendum of two thousand and seventeen was a stunt which all, but begged Madrid to overreact and indeed. Did Not just in its heavy-handed persecutions of the independence movements, ringleaders. But in the ham-fisted response of the National Police and Guardia Civil, which left hundreds of pro-independence protestors injured and Spain's government looking like exactly the authoritarian overlords that Catalonia's government was accusing them of being. Versus the cycle of Grievance keeps turning in firing president. Torres Spain might be about to discover again the folly of punishing those who want to be punished.

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Danielle Fishel Karp Stays Positive

Mom Brain

07:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Danielle Fishel Karp Stays Positive

"And how was your? How is your birth after that impact with that kind of that kind of stress level where you were you just like everything's going to be positive in his that just your purse I am a really yes I'm a really positive person but honestly, I was not positive at night that night that we went in my water broke and they were like so we're going to put you on sodium magnesium to stop because I also had I wanted to have totally natural childbirth I had taken a natural childbirth birthing class I was again, my birth plan was ready to go. And now I was on Soda Magnesium which made me feel terrible I I was like a thousand degrees. My my skin was very flushed. I just didn't feel good but they wanted to buy me as much time to get the steroid shots and Mesa. The Abbas lungs had time to develop a little bit more and also there was my water wasn't my when my water. Broke, it wasn't like a rupture it was like a slow trickle, and so there was still enough fluid that they were like if he as long as there's enough fluid for him to be doing well inside you, we're going to keep him there for as long as possible. Maybe a week maybe two and I. So I'm going to be on sodium magnesium in this hospital for possibly. and so that night I was not positive I was just a sobbing mass and we called my ob and we said you know, are you coming back to the hospital and she said to be honest? I really need you guys to just be alone together. Tonight you've taken in a lot of information and I want you to start morning very quickly. The fact that you're not going to have the birth plan or the birth that you thought you were going to have that is that needs To be dealt with before, we take any further steps forward and so we did we did that that night just the two of us kind of sobbing together and we took turns being strong without even being like it's your turn out just naturally happened. You know that one of us would be feeling really positive and upbeat while the other one totally broke down and then the other one would break down in the other one. I've I've got the PEP talk. Here it is. You know a relationship is. Yeah, we really we really somehow I mean nothing nothing made me more sure of. My relationship with my husband than going through that wows like your my person for sure and Yeah. So that was that part was good and bad. It brought us very close and we did definitely morning we had to do it quickly. And then I was on sodium magnesium from Thursday night to Sunday morning and Sunday morning they said you need to be induced now because now the amount of fluid that I had was getting kind of low and so then they induced me and so then we started Potosi. And I was on Potosi in for I. don't even know how long very long time that started at like eleven o'clock in the morning by seven or eight o'clock. That night my contractions were about a minute and a half apart and they were like, how are you feeling and I said I would call it now you know. If I were out walking around I would probably say I need to sit down by the way where I am now I would need to say like I need to sit at this point but before then it was are using this tone of voice or are you a little bit more No No I. was not doing a voice because really kept waiting for it to get really I kept waiting for contractions to get really strong. We did you have pain meds like that because I've been on before and for me it was like know epidurals twelve hours of Potosi I was ready to like murder somebody it was ridiculous it was and that's what everyone said everyone was looking at me like. Okay. We don't really know what to say about what you're saying now and and so then they said, well, we need to know if you want an epidural and I said well, right now my answer would be no but I also like don't really know what I'm in for and they said, well, your anesthesiologist has three scheduled C. sections between now and six am and he won't do an epidural in them. So you either you need to decide right now do you want an epidural or do you want to do it naturally and I was like well, I thought about it and I thought. You know I've already been on sodium magnesium already now had Petrosian am I really going to make this decision now to what I really really want it and I said, okay. Then let's go ahead and do the EPA and so then at that point I had the federal and then again, my normal positive spirit kind of turned I was like, why did I decide to do this? I really didn't like that I didn't like the way that they can still feel everything on Monday night and Yeah and then he was born at four, four, four, thirty something the next morning. I will say as someone who also like for my first birth had a very different birth plan from what ended up actually being the reality and had that Potosi experience for so long and the reality is also anybody can handle anything. It's all you've seem like you can handle everything, but anyone can handle anything if you have a set number two at like do ten sprints. Handle this for seven seconds warning. But when they tell you could be feeling this level of pain for ten minutes or ten hours or whatever you know. That's when my brain really really like what I need. I don't know that I can do that interminably and was really crazy as once I got the girl was when my body with with Gio actually was able to go to sleep and then woke up and pushing and then she was out but it was almost like I was clenching until I got. was knocking his baby out and then after that afterwards, it was like, okay, you're allowed. To, feel like an, she could move down and get into birth position and everything. But I do think it's it's just I. I'm so impressed with how you and your what's your husband's name by the way I feel like now in Carp Jetson Johnson, all of together or Joe just? Jensen's is I last name start. I feel you know to have gone through the journey to becoming parents together and and going to becoming parents together in such a rapidly evolving situation and to have been so supportive for each other I love that you said, you know you never been so sure of your marriage and also of your ability to parent together probably as seeing him. Deal with stress and having him be able to support you in such a yeah nurturing and intuitive way like just that. He knew when you needed him to step up and that he could also be himself processing, which, of course, he is how you like carry that through now eight months deep. What does what does marriage looks like for you guys now? Well it's funny because shortly after we had out of their home so he spent the first three weeks of his life in the nick you and then we brought him home It was maybe a week end that. I went into being an expert apparently thought I was an expert self-proclaimed expert and I started treating without realizing it. I started almost being like come on. This is how you do that. Didn't I didn't mean to be that parents that was like here just give them to me I know what I'm doing and. A week after having among Jensen looked at me and goes. You have no idea what you're doing I have no idea what I'm doing either but you also have no idea what you're doing. So please just cut me some slack because you're not an expert and I was like. No you're absolutely right. I am not really sure why I'm acting like business just everybody knows this So I have tried to first of all, let him trust his instincts which has been a really big thing. He does second himself all the time. There's so many things that come naturally to a mom and intuitively to a mom that doesn't necessarily come as intuitively to a dad and not for all fathers but certainly, at least with with my husband, there were. Things, he just felt awkward. He felt awkward holding him trying to feed him a bottle and he was like where you know this was uncomfortable for him and and it was like you'll figure it out. It's OK. The baby's okay. But when he felt like there was me or someone else there who was quick to jump in and take over for him that was his here. Let me let you do it and once I started saying like just trust your instincts. It out and he once he started trusting that's was really beautiful to see, and now he's in a place where he can be very confident and I feel very confident leaving him alone with. Adler. For several hours and I come home at these likey napped at the put him down for a nap at the right time. He's like he he he trusts himself now, which is great.

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Danielle Fishel Karp Stays Positive

Mom Brain

07:54 min | 3 weeks ago

Danielle Fishel Karp Stays Positive

"And how was your? How is your birth after that impact with that kind of that kind of stress level where you were you just like everything's going to be positive in his that just your purse I am a really yes I'm a really positive person but honestly, I was not positive at night that night that we went in my water broke and they were like so we're going to put you on sodium magnesium to stop because I also had I wanted to have totally natural childbirth I had taken a natural childbirth birthing class I was again, my birth plan was ready to go. And now I was on Soda Magnesium which made me feel terrible I I was like a thousand degrees. My my skin was very flushed. I just didn't feel good but they wanted to buy me as much time to get the steroid shots and Mesa. The Abbas lungs had time to develop a little bit more and also there was my water wasn't my when my water. Broke, it wasn't like a rupture it was like a slow trickle, and so there was still enough fluid that they were like if he as long as there's enough fluid for him to be doing well inside you, we're going to keep him there for as long as possible. Maybe a week maybe two and I. So I'm going to be on sodium magnesium in this hospital for possibly. and so that night I was not positive I was just a sobbing mass and we called my ob and we said you know, are you coming back to the hospital and she said to be honest? I really need you guys to just be alone together. Tonight you've taken in a lot of information and I want you to start morning very quickly. The fact that you're not going to have the birth plan or the birth that you thought you were going to have that is that needs To be dealt with before, we take any further steps forward and so we did we did that that night just the two of us kind of sobbing together and we took turns being strong without even being like it's your turn out just naturally happened. You know that one of us would be feeling really positive and upbeat while the other one totally broke down and then the other one would break down in the other one. I've I've got the PEP talk. Here it is. You know a relationship is. Yeah, we really we really somehow I mean nothing nothing made me more sure of. My relationship with my husband than going through that wows like your my person for sure and Yeah. So that was that part was good and bad. It brought us very close and we did definitely morning we had to do it quickly. And then I was on sodium magnesium from Thursday night to Sunday morning and Sunday morning they said you need to be induced now because now the amount of fluid that I had was getting kind of low and so then they induced me and so then we started Potosi. And I was on Potosi in for I. don't even know how long very long time that started at like eleven o'clock in the morning by seven or eight o'clock. That night my contractions were about a minute and a half apart and they were like, how are you feeling and I said I would call it now you know. If I were out walking around I would probably say I need to sit down by the way where I am now I would need to say like I need to sit at this point but before then it was are using this tone of voice or are you a little bit more No No I. was not doing a voice because really kept waiting for it to get really I kept waiting for contractions to get really strong. We did you have pain meds like that because I've been on before and for me it was like know epidurals twelve hours of Potosi I was ready to like murder somebody it was ridiculous it was and that's what everyone said everyone was looking at me like. Okay. We don't really know what to say about what you're saying now and and so then they said, well, we need to know if you want an epidural and I said well, right now my answer would be no but I also like don't really know what I'm in for and they said, well, your anesthesiologist has three scheduled C. sections between now and six am and he won't do an epidural in them. So you either you need to decide right now do you want an epidural or do you want to do it naturally and I was like well, I thought about it and I thought. You know I've already been on sodium magnesium already now had Petrosian am I really going to make this decision now to what I really really want it and I said, okay. Then let's go ahead and do the EPA and so then at that point I had the federal and then again, my normal positive spirit kind of turned I was like, why did I decide to do this? I really didn't like that I didn't like the way that they can still feel everything on Monday night and Yeah and then he was born at four, four, four, thirty something the next morning. I will say as someone who also like for my first birth had a very different birth plan from what ended up actually being the reality and had that Potosi experience for so long and the reality is also anybody can handle anything. It's all you've seem like you can handle everything, but anyone can handle anything if you have a set number two at like do ten sprints. Handle this for seven seconds warning. But when they tell you could be feeling this level of pain for ten minutes or ten hours or whatever you know. That's when my brain really really like what I need. I don't know that I can do that interminably and was really crazy as once I got the girl was when my body with with Gio actually was able to go to sleep and then woke up and pushing and then she was out but it was almost like I was clenching until I got. was knocking his baby out and then after that afterwards, it was like, okay, you're allowed. To, feel like an, she could move down and get into birth position and everything. But I do think it's it's just I. I'm so impressed with how you and your what's your husband's name by the way I feel like now in Carp Jetson Johnson, all of together or Joe just? Jensen's is I last name start. I feel you know to have gone through the journey to becoming parents together and and going to becoming parents together in such a rapidly evolving situation and to have been so supportive for each other I love that you said, you know you never been so sure of your marriage and also of your ability to parent together probably as seeing him. Deal with stress and having him be able to support you in such a yeah nurturing and intuitive way like just that. He knew when you needed him to step up and that he could also be himself processing, which, of course, he is how you like carry that through now eight months deep. What does what does marriage looks like for you guys now? Well it's funny because shortly after we had out of their home so he spent the first three weeks of his life in the nick you and then we brought him home It was maybe a week end that. I went into being an expert apparently thought I was an expert self-proclaimed expert and I started treating without realizing it. I started almost being like come on. This is how you do that. Didn't I didn't mean to be that parents that was like here just give them to me I know what I'm doing and. A week after having among Jensen looked at me and goes. You have no idea what you're doing I have no idea what I'm doing either but you also have no idea what you're doing. So please just cut me some slack because you're not an expert and I was like. No you're absolutely right. I am not really sure why I'm acting like business just everybody knows this So I have tried to first of all, let him trust his instincts which has been a really big thing. He does second himself all the time. There's so many things that come naturally to a mom and intuitively to a mom that doesn't necessarily come as intuitively to a dad and not for all fathers but certainly, at least with with my husband, there were. Things, he just felt awkward. He felt awkward holding him trying to feed him a bottle and he was like where you know this was uncomfortable for him and and it was like you'll figure it out. It's OK. The baby's okay. But when he felt like there was me or someone else there who was quick to jump in and take over for him that was his here. Let me let you do it and once I started saying like just trust your instincts. It out and he once he started trusting that's was really beautiful to see, and now he's in a place where he can be very confident and I feel very confident leaving him alone with. Adler. For several hours and I come home at these likey napped at the put him down for a nap at the right time. He's like he he he trusts himself now, which is great.

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India records world's highest increase in new COVID-19 cases

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:08 min | Last month

India records world's highest increase in new COVID-19 cases

"Now, where another record rise in daily Corona virus infections has brought the country's total case count to above five million it's adding more new cases a day than any other country in the world fueling concerns about how the economy will continue to cope with the pandemic official forecasts predict a ten percent contraction this year the government has allocated tens of billions of dollars to help battle the economic crisis but there's some head-scratching today over a new multi million dollar contract that's been awarded to Indian conglomerate Totta the BBC's around Mukherjee. What we're looking at is one hundred, seventeen million dollars to refurbish the existing parliament complex. But this is part of a larger two point seven billion dollar government project to give a face lift and modernized old colonial era government buildings in the heart of Delhi even when this plan was initially announced, which was in October last year many questioned the need to spend so much at a time when India is just coming out of its lockdown batting, a rising number of one thousand cases growing at an alarming rate, the economy has contracted by the worst in decades. Where does the government going to get this money from as you say why? Hasn't the government put this plan on ice of the government says that look this parliament complex dates way back to the nineteen twenties now since then various parliament constituencies have increased and therefore so have the number of parliamentarians and the staff there simple argument is this complex isn't big enough. The also interestingly want to build despite twenty, twenty two so that it can coincide with India celebrating seventy five years of its independence, and where's the government GonNa get the money to fund this project that is million dollar question in the same week on Monday. The government asked for parliamentary approval of to infuse nearly two point seven, two, billion dollars to. Help the ailing banking sector here in India deal with the prospects of bad loans which are likely to rise. So the message that the government has given is that we are cash strapped, but the question is, where are you going to get this money from for this kind of luxurious project at a time when India is battling a national crisis, more questions than answers then the BBC's democracy in new. Delhi. Thank you. Thank you.

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5 Years with a Photo Diary

The Digital Story

06:34 min | Last month

5 Years with a Photo Diary

"Think one of the interesting things about a diary like this is that you can measure how quickly life changes. It's one thing with your memory to go. Yeah. You know remember back a few years ago. We used to sit around and do this and that, but you sometimes weren't exactly sure when that was or. What Would it look like an all the sort of things? A photo diary has a date and it has a picture and it has text and it has all the stuff that you need to fill in those gaps so that when you look at the photo diary entry, then you go oh yeah. I remember and then the other details come to you. This is very helpful for not only remembering things but when people ask you, Hey, when was that we did or that or what did we do on my forty fifth birthday or? All that kind of stuff you actually have information available to you. Now, I'm going to talk about the actual software in the second segment. So we'll get to that right now I'm just going to talk about the idea of a photo diary itself. One of the things that I do like about them is especially compared to something that you would write down I mean this is electric. This is on my phone on my IPAD and on my computer all my computers. Is that a searchable so it makes it really easy to find stuff and I think that's one of the things that's important when you're doing this kind of work in especially when you're trying to retrieve this kind of work is going. All right. You just enter birthday two, thousand, seventeen or something like that and You can find what you're looking for pretty quickly. Now, I also find them useful for me knowing what cameras I'm using, what settings I'm using actually put a lot of that information in the diary and in fact. When I started it back in two thousand fifteen the idea was for me was to take an iphone picture of something that I was shooting with a film camera because obviously film cameras don't record any meditate at all. Then that way I would have date than that way I would have temperature and things like that. I would definitely have location which was very important to me, and then I could go ahead and fill out notes about what was happening. So that was the original concept of this. That's what got me going on this however once I started doing it, and then once I started looking back on what I had done I was going this is far more valuable than just adding meditated to analog shots I'm glad I did it I'm glad that I figured out the system to. Get me going on it but like so many things in life it evolves to something completely different over time and in my case something better, and that's something better is what I'm going to be sharing with you right now I know a lot of you don't care about fell photography and that's totally cool. So I'm not really going to talk about that aspect of it, but I did want you to know that that's what got me going on this and then led to what I'm GonNa, talk about today what I thought I would do just to give you a feel. For the kinds of things that I enter I, picked five entries and I could have picked thirty five entries to share with you but I just picked five to give you a feel for these things. Now, each one has a picture. Each one has a fair amount of location data time all that kind of stuff, and then I usually put a caption with somebody give you five of them and then we'll talk a little bit more about maybe the value of a photo diary in your life as well. August sixteenth two thousand sixteen. Giants Baseball. I packed the contacts one, thirty, nine q for some street shooting in San Francisco on our walk to at and T. Park for a giants game. Four votes were going Zach Max Jason and myself. We took the larks per ferry over to the Barca Daryl. Strolled for a mile to the ballpark and then return to Lark spur of the giants ferry after the game, the three boys, and I had a great time. So, that's that's where the entry ends I'll tell you a little bit more about it. So Zach Amax, my sons and Jason is their friend who even to this day is their roommate. So all three of them are living together down in Santa Clara California they all have different jobs there in Silicon Valley, but this was back in two thousand sixteen. And the reason why I start off with this entry is because they're just so many things that aren't happening right now we're in baseball season we can't go to a baseball game. I'm not sure I would want to take the ferry to the embarcadero. I would have to think about that in that whole experience that we had that day and that evening you know all crowded together at the ballpark. hanging out with all these people watching a ballgame that right now just feels. So in the past to me, and that is interesting to you know look at the photo and read the entry and think about that really cool day that we hadn't by the way I got a photo out of that shoot that I just love of the three of them as we're walking down the embarcadero. The shot of course, I shared it with them later. And they like the shot so much there's actually hanging on their wall in their house So it was a great day and is one of those days that I hope that we get to have again December twenty seventh two, thousand, sixteen, the apple photos book at Barnes and Noble I was killing some time downtown waiting for the battery to be replaced in my iphone six S.. So I, ducked into our local Barnes and noble bookstore to see if the apple photos book for photographers was in stock much to my delight. There was one copy left. So I did what any photographer would do I faced forward and took a picture of it.

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Brooklyn Nets hire Hall of Famer Steve Nash as head coach

The Lowe Post

03:34 min | Last month

Brooklyn Nets hire Hall of Famer Steve Nash as head coach

"Welcome to the low post podcast where the plan was to talk hilariously awful game sevens and DEFCON. In Milwaukee with the one and only Kevin Arnovitz but Mr Kevin Arnovitz about five minutes ago news dropped from the news gods on Mount Olympus of Basketball Steve Nash Steve Freaking, Nash, two time. NBA Mvp. The point God of the seven seconds less Phoenix Suns will become the head coach of the Brooklyn Nets. This is I think the first one since Brad, Stevens to Boston were like the news came although that came via a press release the celtics that one themselves where the news came like an earthquake with absolutely no warning no rumors know anything all the rumors moghreb Popovich a note, Steve Nash. So Steve Nash Has Minimal coaching experiences consulted team Canada. I'm not sure again this just happened I haven't looked up his exact role, a team Canada he was a consultant with the Golden State, warriors GM. You might have been the GM GM Canada. You're right. And I think clearly relevant in his consultation with the Golden State. Warriors developed a close relationship with Kevin Durant and I and they worked together in the off season a lot on various aspects of Katie's game in I interviewed. Steve Two years ago. About Kevin I wrote a big piece in the two thousand eighteen finals or so anti climactic that my big final piece was not about the finals at all it was about like what is Kevin Durant WanNa be as a basketball player like what is Kevin Durant? You Know Kevin Durant and his entire career has been. You could argue who was the quote best player on the team with the warriors not with the thunder he was clearly the best player on the thunder team but was never the lead ball handler of his team. So I wrote this sort of like, what is Kevin Durant and Steve Talk to me in depth about their relationship and about how after the warriors won the first title he and Kevin would talk about how Kevin did not fill fulfilled by. Winning that title in the way that he expected that it did not give him the fulfillment that he expected all this. So I, think that's obviously A big reason why Kevin by Steve Nash is now the coach of the nets. I mean the nets have lots of stuff to not figure out they have to superstars coming back carousel avert head. As you know like a superstar scoring run I guess in the bubble they gotTA figure out fits those guys I mean, what's your? What's this just happened? What do you think what's happening? So, one way to look at this is what is the head coach's role in two thousand and twenty, twenty one and to a great extent. Especially when you have talent like durant irving, you're in the talent management business, you're in the business of men managing relationships, empowering players the right way. Their XS and os no. By the way if there's anybody who's the personification of modern basketball, it's this guy or like everything you and I talk about every single time I'm on can in some ways be traced back to that son's team. So you're talking about a guy with an enormous. Basketball IQ and by all accounts and emotional IQ as well. So. So, that that is the case sport that that look that is the primary responsibility of the New Jersey Nets. Can you listen to me Brooklyn Nets had could they're

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737 MAX update: The MAX gets its first order of 2020

AvTalk - Aviation Podcast

05:37 min | 2 months ago

737 MAX update: The MAX gets its first order of 2020

"Brought down. This is our 737. Max. Update for this particular episode Canada in its I want to concurrent quest to recertified aircraft transport Canada will be taking the seventh time Amax on a test flight of their own. So the FAA formerly would. Do Certification, and then let Canada Yeah. It's fine. The planes good to go. We'll. We've certified it in Canada would say okay, that's good enough for us. This time around Canada wants to fly themselves so that supposed to happen this week. So by the time, the podcast comes out on Friday that will likely have already occurred, but you can you can search shop. We don't know for sure but it will likely be the seven three, seven, Max Seven. Test Craft seven two, zero, one S. so we'll put link in the show notes to that flight if it does happen by the time. The podcast comes out to. The Max also got its first order of twenty twenty. Spend all times. It's the last order was. The British Airways Order Alley. Ear Show Way Back? Yes. So the first symptoms of Max Order Twenty twenty goes to enter air and we're not talking about a large number it's two plus options for two right. So not a huge vote of confidence but vote of confidence nonetheless. Interesting to say the least I would not. If I were a smaller line like enter, I would not be signing agreements to purchase new aircraft when you probably have. Vast choice of. Used grounded aircraft globally right now but hey, maybe they got a good deal. One would assume that the delay got was. Better than good. I hope. So I don't know what airline right now is a in the position to purchase new aircraft and be. Sees the need to. When you're just talking about two and potentially four. It was very very unclear to me why they would be purchasing the aircraft at this point. Maybe, there was some type of financing to be had or something like that. Bigger deal. Boeing has a large number of maxis sitting on the ground for customers that don't exist anymore, and for customers that don't want anymore to top I guess would be Jet Airways. So those aircraft have gotta go somewhere at some point. So Boeing probably just cut them a very substantially good deal. Yeah. Yeah exactly. One of the interesting things about this order was the nomenclature the Boeing uses to describe. The purchase. And there was a a bit made about this. You know when the when the press release came out announcing this order they refer to the aircraft. Now is the seven, three, seven, Dash Eight. Only in the headline, right which was. Interesting because they use Max everywhere else. They used it five times otherwise throughout out the press release both Boeing and enter air interchangeably. So it wasn't just one or the other the only place left out was the headline. So I, disagree with anyone saying that they have dropped the Max branding. Oh. Isn't the case yet? No I they I certainly haven't dropped the. Max Branding but I thought it was interesting that it was included in the headline and not just noted in the in the piece. I wish we could kind of settle this once and for all and uncertainly you would hire not going to be able to but I'm just I thought we had all gone and said you know this is just This is still the Max moving on and but maybe that's not the case if they're gonNA rename it. I wish they would do it sooner rather than later because we've got a lot of database entries to make up if that's the case. So it it would have been so much easier from the beginning we had just all decided to call it the seven, three, seven, Dash, eight, seven, three, seven, Dash, nine in the Max could have been some sort of branding. Exercise I don't think they'll do it I don't think they'll change. That would be admitting defeat admitting that the aircraft is so broken that you have to rename it and all of their rhetoric and press materials so far has been this is a great aircraft in will be a great aircraft. So why change the name? If you think that yeah, I, I agree with you I agree I don't think they'll D at. The end of discussion. No but I don't think they'll change but I'm saying you know if airlines push to change it will what do you do that I mean when you've got, you've got a group of. It's not Max to us. It's the you know the seven, three, seven, Dash Eight, and remember we we already saw this happen feels like an eternity go but several months ago, Ryan, one of Ryanair's newest seventy Max's came out of the factory was painted not with seven, three, seven, Max Eight, seven, seven, three, seven, Dash Eight, whatever the variant of their super high capacity Yeah, right. But it did not say Max on the nose. Setting aside I think it's still kind of bonkers. They'RE GONNA fit two hundred people. On on seven, three seven but that's It's almost like it's not natural in shouldn't happen.

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Cleveland Indians Ace Shane Bieber Developing Into One of the Top Starters in MLB

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

03:14 min | 2 months ago

Cleveland Indians Ace Shane Bieber Developing Into One of the Top Starters in MLB

"Talk about Shane Bieber who last night another great start and it was looking at his numbers this morning. Mad. He's faced one hundred, fifty batters in those he struck out sixty five, he's allowed five runs the whole year four those on home runs runners in scoring position forty, one innings or forty and two thirds innings pitched and only been ten situations in which a batter came up with a runner scoring position, and they're all for ten when we were lucky enough. To have him on a Sunday night, broadcast a couple of weeks ago and they're not many times would do in a broadcast and you're watching pitchers stuff and it's kind of taking your breath away. But that start watching his cut fastball particular it's curb all good Lord I don't know that anybody hits him. Yeah, and you know I mean I I you had the same kind of Breathlessness when you watch him as is when you watch a handful of other guys in the League. Like Derek Cole. I don't know if you saw Casey. Anything Casey mize's debut the other night. Yeah. Man. There were flashes in there where you might goodness split finger, fastball moves screwball. And boy those guys are fun to watch the way. They can manipulate the ball and I'll use a pitching coach term, shape their pitches. By the way I don't ever remember hearing people talking about shaping pitches before rap Soto, and some of the baseball factories that exists around the country now, Yemen. Bieber is fun to watch and when he first came up I, I don't know that any of us took him seriously as an ace in wait he had terrific minor league numbers maybe we should've taken him that seriously had always been a huge kind of strikeout-to-walk ratio guy. Those numbers were always really great in line with the guy that could play in the big league level. But it it maybe it's because he came from from UCSB and it's a very small intimate list of major league players to come from the University of California Santa Barbara. Not a lot of gauchos out there I mean just top of mind and a crisper went. To UCSB, Quinn Mack ucsb Guy Ryan spill boards. UCSB. Guy But it's a small list, right? So. He didn't come with the kind of pedigree that would indicate that this guy's in there and heard you talk about this to be there's something in the sauce in Cleveland. There's something they do developmentally with the air and cer- volleys and the you know Zach Lease Accent Mike cleansers even though that discussion has taken a different track or something that happens with those guys when they get there that takes them to the next level. We we give the Astros a lot of credit for bringing great pitchers to the Uber Grade Level I. Think we have to have that conversation about the Indians as well. You Lie Spirits Sports Bureau Senate there's no chain. BIEBER's the fourth pitcher fifth instance in the modern era since one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, five strikeouts in his first six starts this of the. Season Nineteen seventy-eight Nolan Ryan at seventy one, two, thousand, Pedro, Martinez Sixty seven two, thousand, one, Pedro Martinez Sixty six, and then you have shamed bieber and curt schilling with sixty five. So he's off to an incredible start

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A US Unit of Measurement Is Being Retired

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

03:03 min | 2 months ago

A US Unit of Measurement Is Being Retired

"So we all know that the imperial system is a mess compared to the metric, and technically here in the US we use U s customary units which are similar to the British imperial system in that both have things like yards, pounds and gallons, but at least historically, the size of each of those measurements was slightly different in the two systems in the nineteen sixties the UK and the US, agreed to make their yards and pounds the same by scaling them against the and kilogram. This change didn't make too much of a difference for the UK but. US customary units varied enough that we were left with two distinct systems for linear measurement within the US customary unit system, the international system in the US surveyors system. Now, practically, this hasn't meant much for most people I. Mean you might not even be aware that there are technically two different measurements for feats like foot twelve inches we have two different standards here in the US and they differ by about one hundred of a foot or point one, two, six, seven, two inches per mile. So it's not all that much but for long lengths, it does add up. Over. A million feet, there would be a difference of two whole feats. And one group of people who really have to be concerned with this surveyors. Quoting The New York Times most states mandate the use of the old US survey foot for their state coordinate systems, which allows surveyors to take into account. Earth's curvature in their measurements. A few states mandate the use of the new international foot. A handful do not specify which of the two feet should be used. Arizona for example, is an international foot state but when employees with the Federal Aviation Administration or the US Army Corps of Engineers or the park service measure there they use the. US survey foot other problems crop up when surveyors measure from one state to the next unaware that the two states use different feats. In some cases large projects, employees, international surveying firms whose employees are unaware that America has two feet. Some surveying computer software will not recognize the existence of two feet and even hand calculators usually default to the international foots and quotes. Michael Dennis and Arizona based Surveyor geodesy with the national geodetic survey had to put up with this confusion and errors for years. Recently. He decided to suggest retiring the US survey foot and going to a one foot only system. He and his colleagues at the national genetic survey were already working on recalibrating coordinates of the National Spatial Reference System. So the timing seemed right to make a small but radical proposal. Displaying. Crumbling about patriotism in history, it was ultimately will receive an as of January first two, thousand, twenty, three, the US survey foot will be no longer. According to the National Institute of Standards, and Technology we will only have the international foot. Or. Really since there will only be one just the foot.

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Boom Time For Bitcoin

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

03:48 min | 2 months ago

Boom Time For Bitcoin

"Open up your account now and use the code try to call. Can I get I help you well. What are we got here across the top ten high it's looking pretty Stella. Pretty that are in day yesterday a good bounce a really good bounce. On bitcoin. It hasn't gone unorthodox just yet, but let me just say something yesterday. We only close at one point six percent only add. So that doesn't seem like a lot when down a little bit of depth and you say tomato I, say the market you work time from. The lows too far from the lowest to the highest full point seven percent ten, sorry rebound turn and on the clothes it's full percent you know from the law of the died to Willie ended up. That's full percent now I teach a lot about the nature of just teach people how to learn try a technical analysis because it's a waste of time to be honest. It's who says you know a cup of sugar doesn't make a chocolate cake. About sugar, it's not gonNA make the Kaik. It's simple as that. So try to teach people to understand what's actually going on a front of them and what I'm saying here across my talk. But most of the top ten is cradles pullbacks and candles in the cradles on the candidates itself is telling me that one study don't listen. I'll forget you know two days ago. We saw big four point three percent at one stage was down. What was that level? We would go from the high because that's where the momentum started. We would down about eight percent and it was pretty brutal. The way we came off with bounce backs not momentum to the downside went now you kidding my UACC hitting. Pop back up now we've got. Sight, only at close of one point, six percent but a full set move back to the up saw, we've just broken the high of yesterday's candle as well as much as not many great cradle triads out there on the daily. It's what the process telling me that is well, there are site telling. Look we've got momentum back. Becoming up half percent today bitcoin sitting thousand, six, hundred, thirty, six dollars right now wrought. It's good. The market is looking good. The two day to day timeframe. Have a look at on bloody jots. I'm really fully we don't see too much of a move on Bitcoin in the top ten tonight. Because then I'll have absolutely ethical two-day candles and I'll have some training opportunities. I tried to I, tried to wake rich I. Bloody Everything K. Are these guy with market saw with with with the moves are with the momentum is I'm saying bullish momentum here on Bitcoin that's on the daily. We still got a bit of work to do on the mates four out. We don't have a really nice sokoll trendy the two hour look a little bit of a high allow on the one. Now we definitely do have a highly there's not a huge amount You know really exciting me at the minute. So yeah, it's GonNa take some time, but the dailies are looking really really good. Just notice tried that ended up taking two minutes. So get through this a theory ninety, four dollars ninety full spot to seven at one point. Seven two percent, Simon's bitcoin on that daily except fe twenty point, four cents look at that daily cradle beautiful on the to to that might be an absolute doozy tomorrow point seven, six up yesterday to

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The Interior World

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:06 min | 2 months ago

The Interior World

"Hey welcome to stuff to blow your mind. My name is Robert Lamb, and I'm Joe. McCormick, and today we're going to be taking a look at interior space. Get Era Two thousand twenty brings to mind the old curse. May You live in interesting times and one of the factors here has, of course, been the corona virus cove in nineteen pandemic and in an effort to fight the spread of the illness, save lives and prevent overwhelming are hospitals. We've made a lot of changes to our lives and these range from the simple such as just wearing a mask when you're out in public and you can't so full. Distance from people to the harder choices about employment, and in life choices, we've all been social distancing and stay at home orders teleworking in quarantine have meant that we've all been spending a lot more time at home. Now depending on your home, this could mean a lot of things, but we want to explore what this means from a biological standpoint for the most part here. Now, make no mistake spending more time at home has absolutely been the right move. But just as it's forced you to focus more on, say that weird stain on your ceiling we wanted to focus on the other often unseen aspects of life in home right much the same way that being say on a Spanish galleon out in the middle of the ocean might have made you pay much more attention to the biology and behavior of of ship rats than you ever would have otherwise I. Think being at home more and more is forcing all of us to Turner is and maybe our microscopes and magnifying glasses to the corners and the cornices and the showerheads and the drain traps and all of the wonderful places in our house where life dwells. we're going to really get into the difference really between the natural world outside of our homes in the unnatural world inside and getting into some ideas about how how we could perhaps enable our interior world to be a little more on the natural side of things. But. Before we get into all that, I wanted to take a moment here to discuss the history of houses in general, you know just to get into the concept of what a house is. Our first and most important interior artificial environment. So you can certainly look at a home as an artificial cave to a certain extent indeed, we have lots of early evidence that early hominids sought out shelter in caves in the same way that many other animals do these can shelter one against the elements and against predators and as recently as one hundred, thirty thousand years ago cave-dwellers were already augmenting these natural interior environments with things like rough stone walls using timbers so So you know, even one, hundred, thirty, thousand years ago we were taking naturally occurring interior spaces and. A little less natural. And of course, on top of just the shelter caves can provide. It also seems that caves had a strong sacred meaning too many of these prehistoric peoples those might be important, but ultimately, proximity to water is far more important thus as Kate Spin Brian fagin point out in. In the section of the seventy grade inventions of the ancient world about homes, most early hominids lived out in the open near streams and lakes built temporary structures, and most of this has been lost a time. But some of the earliest evidence of potential structures for homes goes back a one point seven, two point seven, million years ago with Homo Erectus sites in southern Africa, and these were potentially contemporary with the domestication of fire. The have been temporary tents, but they still would have been artificial interior environments. Now, more secure evidence comes from the Ukraine roughly forty four thousand years ago the the mammoth bone structures from mullet ova with recently see us on the show actually yeah we did talknet these that would have been structures in one of the northernmost habitable regions of the earth the time because this was during a time of glacial. Advance where the polar ice caps from the north were coming deep down into Europe and Asia, and and so this would have been far far north way up among the ice and for some reason, humans were building these structures out of the bones of mammoth and we don't know that there are still things. We don't know about those structures like how how consistently they were inhabited and for how long and so forth. Right? Now beyond this, the history of human homes is is largely dictated by local resources and local climate. Long process of trial and error ends up leading to the development of regional and cultural building forums construction methods. Before nine thousand B C e we see evidence of clay houses and Palestine what is today Palestine and before seven thousand BC we see rectangular dwellings in Anatolia. But but a home is far more than just a shelter. As the authors here point out houses became key to social structure as well.

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Michelle Lujan Grisham on U.S. covid-19 response

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

05:06 min | 3 months ago

Michelle Lujan Grisham on U.S. covid-19 response

"Jonathan, Kaye part, and this is Cape Up. My guest has been her states. Secretary of Health sees represented her State in Congress today. She is said to be on Joe. Biden's vice presidential shortlist in chose it. She would be the first lat next American on a presidential ticket. She is New Mexico Governor Michelle Luhan Grisham. Hear what she has to say about that and her states response to Corona virus in this special case up live episode right now. Governor Welcome! You know I'm delighted to be on your show. Nice to meet you spend a little time with you Jonathan. Likewise. Thank you very much for being here now. I mentioned that you were the health secretary. You are a member of Congress because they gave you incredible insight, I think and how to deal with the corona virus early on you declared a statewide health emergency on March eleventh when there were only four cases in your state. What did you see that pushed? The pushed you to move so quickly. Well two things that you know that this virus is moving, and so it comes with travelers we've got commuters were movie Hijab I was still dealing with folks who were trapped on a cruise and California and I've dealt with the pandemic before and the. You Start and the more aggressively you start, the better control and management efforts you have in. This is the problem because you can't see the pandemic everyone I think falsely assumes it won't come here. The it'll be easy, and we'll wait until we see what's happening because I think for too many leaders. It's easier to explain you have to move immediately. Otherwise it rages out of control and we're seeing that all across the country now. What we follow up, you said you've been through a pandemic before. which are you talking Ebola or something else? Blue so we had two issues. We had a flu epidemic I said pandemic epidemic in two, thousand, seven, two, thousand eight, and then in two, thousand and five. We had a flu vaccine shortage so when you are in a state where you've got higher. Per Capita. Issues related to chronic issues for children and adults, and that you have a higher death rate then from influenza we'd have a third of the capacity of healthcare providers and hospitalizations I literally had to join with illiinois to. Import flu vaccine from Canada Rich. You really couldn't do then and we found A. Soft, can I say loophole and brought it in and I protected Mexica residents then we took. Out of flu vaccine, so I took all the mercury out of it to further protect new Mexicans. I wouldn't buy anything that had. Mirasol in it, and then when the epidemic was coming in the same thing, he didn't have sufficient investments in public health, so getting to people getting them vaccinated partnering with limited. A. Private Provider Group was really challenging so probably answering this too long Jonathan but in December I knew this was coming. I asked my teams to start planning in early January, so we began to have round tables and start looking about where we was secure. And testing supplies. That's really interesting. You started focusing this on in December. And then moving with your staff in January, so you anticipated what could happen, but didn't you anticipate the inaction from the federal government in terms of having a national strategy? No in my wildest dreams I would not be spending my known specific time finding supplies testing supplies, and the right manufacturers, trying to figure out which instruments right the FDA was going to authorize in an emergency use environment, then test for the for the virus, so not every instrument was available. Not every then re agent is available every testing because they're not all. They weren't at the time universal, getting swabs and then chasing. And, then, in my wildest dreams I wouldn't be dealing with the federal government who would literally then take the things that you secured and redistributes them for the country while you want it to be a country focus. Because it wasn't it meant that you were fighting? Frankly with other governors and FEMA to get the adequate supplies into your state, and now we're seeing it occur again because there was without any federal strategies, still now that you have these outbreaks, governors are in the same situation chasing down supplies and P P and trying to adequately cover their first responders is the most outrageous environment I've ever worked on worked in in my entire career.

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The Full Circle Weekly News

00:53 sec | 4 months ago

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"Maybe with a delay of twelve months if the company decides to part ways with the community. Open seuss wants to close the leap gap. Gerald pfeiffer plans to do this. In a three step process one merged the code bases for the intersection of open seuss sleep fifteen to and Sousse lineker enterprise, fifteen sp to as much as possible without loss of functionality or stability to in parallel to classic open seuss Sleep fifteen dot to create flavor leveraging SLA binary, leading to an intermediate release in the October, twenty twenty timeframe three build open seuss leap fifteen dot, three with SLA binary included by default, assuming community agreement. Get turned fifteen originally released on April seven, two, thousand, five over the past fifteen years at changed workflows.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Seven two two seven two one for details modern gyms is fully open and has all of your pond and water feature needs available to you during these unique times you're welcome to walk in but we are also taking phone orders and orders online for shipping to your home or curbside pickup you're spending more time at home and we want to help you better enjoy your backyard with peace tranquility and beauty check out what all we have to offer at one of our engines dot com now live from the W. O. A. I. studios in San Antonio it's the Joe pags show so to talk to call eight eight eight nine four one tags the gospel and Joe pags dot com Facebook Twitter Instagram email available right there also a live video feed of the Joe pags show glad to have you along for the ride on your Wednesday some would say were halfway there or whatever can we have a this is real maybe.

"seven seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:53 min | 7 months ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Seven two WGN get ready delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent right now with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of Walmart's everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One U. S. A. N. A. I'm in John's house and I'm Tracy whiner or host of apparently the podcast for absolutely average parents listen as we talk to experts about everything from food allergies to vaping to the power of introverts and managing screen time to check us out at all casually at WGN radio dot com it's a Friday morning.

"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Seven two seven two seven for your free retirement. Income report. We have two more to give away with talk to you in a little bit. More of the retirement factory with the teen from Euclid financial services next. Spoke to retire. Oh. You don't have to be the fairest of them all to retire with Euclid financial services. Call now for your free financial stress test four zero one seven two seven two seven two seven. Remember that first day you met shirt, some stories, ask some questions, you got that comfortable feeling. So you said a second then third. Well, that's how the best relationships are formed. They start with they comfortable feeling and pretty soon you build trust, which is so important. The question is, do you have that kind of relationship with your financial adviser? Now, if you don't I recommend having a first date with Josh wells and his team at Euclid financial services on that first day, you'll get to know each other over coffee and conversation. Josh wells, and his team always start by first building trust, and that takes time so call Josh today, four zero one seven two seven twenty seven twenty seven and set up that I date, comfortable relaxed conversational the best way to. Get started. Call four zero one seven two seven twenty seven twenty seven that's four zero one seven two seven twenty seven twenty-seven investment advisory services are provided by Euclid wealth management, LLC, a registered investment advisory firm. Attention sewers, Euclid, sewing club..

"seven seconds" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on KTRH

"Seven two five. Com. The world. We're twelve years left to a mission by at least fifty percent. Yes. There's ample evidence of collusion in plain sight. But that is not the same thing as proof of a criminal conspiracy beyond a reasonable doubt. It's you know, it's not bracelets to say, you're you're going to be here. Then you should learn the language of the country that you just arrived at. Is back. Welcome to the revolution. Conscious. Sean. More behind the scenes information on game news and more bold inspired solutions for America. Glad you're with us. Buckle up. We got a helluva show today. And I mean, this is. You know, I don't take any glee in this. I.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WLAC

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"seven seconds" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on The Watch

"Okay. But the thing that it was more like HFEA is much more like a very English candle. That got a lot of like burn the one thing that people have mentioned is just in terms of the Oscars is with the actors. It's like Ethan Hawke did not get nominated. I don't think Sam Elliott got nominated a lot of vice nominations. So just keep eyeball that because it's not entirely likely that once people start falling a little bit out of the conversation with those awards that they can get back in. Scher's? Sure, if you're looking at it that way, the only the other thing that I would say is the most interesting category to me is performance by actress in a limited series or motion picture made for television. And that's Amie Adam sharp objects Patricia Arquette escape it anymore. Connie, Britton, dirty John, Laura Dern, the tail Regina king, seven seconds. This is a category. Seven seconds is only limited series because Netflix canceling otherwise they were smart to reposition it right with this category. Says to me is that it's working. Now. I don't mean TV's working. I mean, the currently assembled machinery for actors and their agencies to navigate peak television is working certainly worked for Julia Roberts. But that's also because we are fans of the show that she was sure I also I I liked Aamir Adams's programs in sharp objects Arquette his genius in escape it more. It's not about that. It's that these are high profile Oscar winning. Yeah. In some cases actors choosing their projects looking at the board in front of them. And I'm not in any. Awake saying that these people chose projects based on chasing awards because certainly these are tremendous actresses. I don't think they operate that way. But their teams might and the teams will put you in this. We'll get a prestige thing. And we'll get this in this, and they were proved right? Those performances in on television, get noticed and get them onto podiums or at least get them at those roundtables come this time of year. We're gonna take a quick break here from our sponsors. When we come back. We'll talk a little bit about the favorite and marvelous MRs Mazel. Of the watch is.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Seven two seven two seven that again, four zero one seven two seven twenty seven twenty-seven. Let's get talking about retirement. Josh I'm excited about today's show. This is one of the topics that I love talking about because this is where retirees are actually starting to get that feeling of I'm ready to retire. I've started to think through some things. And now, I'm ready to be ready. And so this is what we need to talk about today's show. So we have to talk about inventory. What do I own whiz all fit? Yeah. When you're talking about inventory, we're really talking about all the accounts you have. So the 4._0._1._K's that I have at fifteen different companies. I got twenty thousand over here. I got one hundred fifty thousand over here. I got four hundred thousand over here. I put them all together. So how do we get all of this together? How do we raise all that has to be talked about today? The one thing that kind of always gets me is daily routines lifestyle. You suggest how do we get everything in one place? I am I going to I don't know. Walk the great wall of China, or am I just going to always go to breakfast every morning? These are things that have to be accountable to budget and the way we talked about that is lifestyle or routine that definitely has to be in this shell. Josh another thing we need to talk about today is usable incomes. That's guaranteed predictable. Inflexible? Oh, man. Those are always great topics. Those are those are kind of a backbone of discussion when you're talking about guaranteed income. So your lifetime incomes, and when you talk about predictable those are things I can foresee in the next one to twenty years kind of idea, and then you got your flexible, which are. I didn't see that coming. But I got cash to take care of it baby. Those are good ideas. Josh, I definitely agree with you that where we talk about different types of usable incomes. I automatically go to the three worlds of money. So I wanna make sure we talk about that. Do we know where Bank accounts are do? We know where market accounts, aren't we do we know where our insurance accounts are in. Why do we own them in how we're going to use them? Now, do the three worlds of money only play nicely with the gogo slow go. No goes, absolutely. They only play with this as a gogo slow go and no go here a weirdo. There's so much more to life than the gogo slogan. No that is like. So if you're just tuning in, and you're trying to figure out how do you get ready to go talk to a financial planner? What what documents what ducks in a road you need? You gotta give us a call four zero one seven two seven two seven two seven that again again, four zero one seven two seven twenty seven twenty seven and we'll get you on track. I think I had a speech impediment. They're just a little one. It's a rhymes the rhyming too much. I agree, but let let me come back to the last thing you were talking about with the the life cycle, the gogo slow go and no go years. I think that's a big component. When you're getting ready to be ready for retirement because it's not just do. I have all my money lined up. Where's my income coming from? It's what am I gonna do with my time? And we talked about it what your routine which are lifestyle and just know that there's three different segments to your retirement. Not just flip over my bosses desk and cruise the world forever. Oh hundred percent. I let's get talking about some inventory, though. Let's get let's get right into it. And make sure that everybody knows when you talk about inventory, don't don't freak out. We're not talking about go your garage and making sure that you have basketball. Don't worry. We'll just call Regis love them coming to do it. Yeah. We're not doing. We're not going. So when you talk about inventory, it's real easy. It's the stuff. Everybody automatically does. Or does naturally by either fear or by design? It's I'm going to open up all the statements that I haven't opened up or y or I'm going to figure out the logging codes that I really wish I knew earlier I'm going to go to my. SSH dot gov and actually set up an account one time to see what my social security really as you're gonna get all those pieces of paper in one place, and then you're going to start to nose through them or just kind of root through them. And make sure that you understand what you have not how they function just I've got a million dollars. I've got five hundred thousand dollars. I've got sixteen pennies. I've got no, no, no, I've got whatever. So a little more than sixteen Pence. Is that what we're saying? Yeah. So kind of jump off that idea of doing the inventory, you're just basically gonna figure. Okay, how much money do I have in the Bank? How much money's in the market? How much money's in the insurance world? And then you're going to start assigning names to it like this is my account. This is my spouse's account. This is the one that are for the kids and the grandkids for later, and you're going to start realizing you've accumulated a lot of stuff over your lifetime. What the heck do I actually do with it? Now. That's the next question. I at this. How much do I actually have? Well, I don't want to go through this one more time. When you're opening up that drawer in the kitchen, and you have all these utensils in there don't freak out that you don't know what that apple corps does. Because you don't know what's even called an apple core. I think that's the thing that we have to I tell everybody agrees. Relax, grab a Cup of coffee. Turn the radio up. Let's get this on the page. Josh you couldn't say any better. Now. I wanna take a moment. Just say, hey,.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:44 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Number seven two seven seven two four thirty three thirty four that seventy seven seventy four thirty three thirty four we're dissecting the tax cuts and jobs act of twenty seventeen. This is that new tax policy that became law earlier this year, and Steve how about we look at specific categories of taxpayers, and what this new law could mean for them. Right. Absolutely. Megan before we get into that. I wanna just mention one thing that kinda cracks me up at the beginning of the show. We talked about this this new this new tax act this new Trump tax opportunity if you will. More than a thousand pages. Now, remember, he said Trump said, you know, you can now prepare your taxes on a postcard the first time. I I heard that. I said a postcard how big is this. Is it five feet long because it hasn't changed that much the complexity of tax preparation the complexity of of of how you're taxed on certain things and deductions that you may have really hasn't changed. The numbers have changed. It's gotten a lot better for many people out there. But let me tell you one thing let's start with one of the largest categories that the taxpayer pays and that is their homeowners taxes, and of course, property owners or property taxes. Well, so previous tax policy allowed people to deduct the mortgage interest paid on their first and second home for mortgages up to one million dollars now under the new tax law. That deduction is still available, but it's capped out for new mortgages up to seven hundred and fifty thousand. So again, if you own as I mentioned earlier, you own a mcmansions or even imagine let's say you've got a million dollar mortgage or a really big amount of debt that you're paying back for your residents. You may be capped out, and you won't be able to write off the excess this won't affect home purchases. Now, this is pretty important. This isn't going to affect home purchases before December sixteenth two thousand seventeen so pretty much towards the end of last year, so long as the home closed the property closed. It changed hands on or before April. First of two thousand eighteen so all the the deductions for home equity lines of credits on a primary residence is also eliminated as mentioned earlier, that's a bummer because for many people they used this year after year their home equity lines of credit, and we're able to write. Off the interest. So that is gone. It's gone of as of the year two thousand eighteen this year. So here's some good news for people considering selling their home here. The good news is the tax law has not changed the option to exclude up to five hundred thousand dollars per couple. Or if you're single excluding two hundred and fifty thousand dollars in gains on the sale of your primary residence. This has not changed as long as you. You've owned the home and lived in the residence for two out of the last five years. So that was the same Megan as it was in prior years. But it's good to know that at least that hasn't changed and deed. So Steve is there anything else that you think we as homeowner's property owners need to know about? Oh, yeah. There's there's a few more odds and ends if you will there's now a ten thousand dollar cap on the amount of. State and local property taxes that are deductible. So that's going to affect some people. It's not gonna affect a lot of people out there listening right here in Florida, but it will affect some some of our our listeners. There was no no cap previously on that. And that's only for people whom it still makes sense to again, I demise an itemization. We're talking about your schedule a schedule a deductions and one more item. Here. The new eliminates the deduction for unreimbursed losses from flood fire burglary we're talking about property and casualty situations here. So that's important to know. Now that deduction only applies if the loss occurred in a federal disaster area. So that's pretty important stuff to know, especially in a state like. Forida right now as we go through hurricane season. So we're we're all keeping our fingers crossed until we get to thanksgiving, basically. So that's important to know that could make it more important for people to have better property casualty insurance so Meghan. This has been a crazy crazy show a great show. We're talking about the the Trump tax plan. How it's going to affect our listeners out there, and positively or negatively, you know, I tell people every single week Meghan when they come in to sit down with me. I tell them look I'm not going to necessarily tell you what you want to hear. But I'm going to tell you what I think you need to hear. And that's what we do on this radio show. It's not all, you know, bubble gum lollipops if you will. You know, it's not all peer good news. We've got to throw in the reality in my experience. Most of our listeners out there. There's three things that they want to reduce and one thing they want to increase everyone wants to reduce their taxes. Most everyone wants to reduce the portfolio risks that they have especially with two thousand eight getting further and further away from us the next big market crash. Could be right around the corner. Everyone wants to reduce their implicit hidden fees inside their portfolio, and I mentioned everyone wants to increase something everyone wants to safely increase their retirement income. So can this be done for you in the answer is I have no idea, but I can tell you this based on my experience in this industry for more than thirty years. Now, there's been a lot of people we've been able to help I believe I can help you.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Going, to your up your flu idea how. Much, money's going to your broker how much. Money's coming to you four zero, one? Seven two seven two. Seven two seven we're. Giving away three more financial. Stress. Test that's three more financial stress tests call right now pick up. That phone and get this stress test. It is essential it will help you get. To through your entire retirement if you don't. Know where your map is you don't know where your retirement is that is four zero one seven two. Seven two seven two seven You are listening to. The retirement factory brought to you by. Euclid financial services more with, Josh, wells, and, his, teeth, stay, tuned Hi this is Dr Liu if your loved one is eligible for Medicare it's important to review your plan each year to make sure your doctors are covered. And to see if you can save more money on prescriptions if you or loved when it's, eligible for Medicare contact doctors, choice we, work, with, numerous, insurance, companies, to. Find the right plan for you for no cost consultation call doctors choice at four zero. One, four zero four seven three seven, three, mentioned, the, retirement, factory, and, receive a free copy of our book retirees to. Medicare again that number is four zero one four zero four seven three seven three or online at doctors choice USA. Dot com It was a Saturday morning of chicken my accounts drinking my coffee and. Then, little voice in my head what, on, earth, are, you, doing, why, are you trying to be your own financial advisor The financial business. Too much money at stick to do this by yourself too many. People are counting on you sometimes? Gotta listen to those voices Swami the call called Josh Monday Josh and I meant to us Came in with numbers, portfolio, basically everything and he said We didn't talk about what we talked about what, kept me. Up at night Karen wants when we. Retire I don't. Wanna let her down we've. Talked about it for. Years now here it is we're not ready to retire Baretti to be. Ready let's talk. Euclid financial services for one seven two seven twenty seven. Twenty-seven that's one seventy seven twenty seven twenty. Seven will visit Euclid dot com.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"At seven two seven seven two four thirty three thirty four and get this booklet we'll send it to you absolutely free it's called understanding market corrections and it talks about the fact from the year nineteen hundred through two thousand thirteen there's been on average one market correction every single year a lot of people didn't know that and a lot of people megan they don't know what really triggers a market correction prophet selling technical analysis fear we talked about fear towards the beginning of the show and how that's really important and what does the market correction mean for your investments find out with this booklet what's the difference between a correction a bear market and a pullback find out by getting this booklet it's free understanding market corrections and of of course in in this book would also we identify the five important things to do during a market correction you know when it comes to the stock market meghan i like to tell my clients this especially the ones that that worry all the time i say you know we live here in florida every single year we go through the same thing every single year it's called hurricane season now here's what we don't do we we don't freak out we don't board up our homes we don't run up north for the next six months that would be terrible i don't wanna live up north anymore so that's what we all don't do here's what we do we access the situation we come up with a plan and we utilize our resources then we carefully monitor the situation we all know this is what we do during hurricane season when a storm is a threat but guess what we do the exact same thing with a customized inflation adjusted and taxed advantaged retirement plan so i encourage you to find out about market corrections how they work and how to build a plan to make sure that your wealth is there for you do not fear the next market correction plan on it happening because it's going to all right so you gotta have a plan for that it's just like hurricane season there will be a hurricane season it's right around the corner it's going to last all the way through thanksgiving or so but again we can't do anything to stop it so we have to have a plan for it so i think it's really important you know this.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

The Tom Leykis Show

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show

"I do and not only that get you some connection judicial little network so you do simply gluco that commercial pilots convention and i guarantee you a bunch of civil turn up that's of lock thanks for calling again i appreciate 9'0 one three thousand tom these are unscreened calls i have no idea what you guys call it about hello greetings professor yes hey i wanted to get a one one take before i get into my actual uh uh next question uh had to get a question my my my lakers uh what's the game last night tough laws but uh i think uh lunch though i know you're reading it was beyond beyond the tough loss uh boy uh isaiah thomas uh fucked up in the last of the game he had seven seconds and change left and he was most make that 3point shot in instead he gave the ball away so was not a just a tough laws it was a loss because of a very bad you take made by a laker i know i uh i say i say choke you also missed the two free throws previous to that uh when you're up eleven but uh damien lillard man that that guy is fantastic he's one of the best players the league is unfortunately he stuck up there and portland we're here he doesn't really get a lot of tension but if this was a laker or you know even a nickel or something he'd be like an mvp caliber player uh that's how how good he is you know the the crowd there at staples center last night was just out of their mind the thinking another bag seventh win in a row and then what what's about five minutes ago he just went off his fourth reason a row seven there seventh home win in a row yeah what do i say yeah settled win and in my mama spell they've lost yeah yeah yeah exactly but uh yeah it was a four game but overall i think what are those proven you were wrong to come back he's playing out of his mind that and his shot coming along and uh it's uh i think there's gonna progressing well and uh w bonner pg are paying attention and they're like we're seeing but i wanted to get into uh my actual question uh.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Have you ever wondered when you tell your dog or cat something have you ever wondered how long do they remember it and perhaps you've been frustrated by the fact that they don't seem to remember it for very long all that is one of the things that separates humans from animals our ability to remember we can recall events from decades ago trivial things animals are terrible at researchers at stockholm university tested the memory of 25 species of animals from pigeons to dolphins and they found the average short term memory span in the animal kingdom is just twenty seven seconds specifically dogs will forget an event within two minutes chimpanzees forget in twenty seconds what's interesting is that all animals seemed to have what's called specialized memories specialized memories hold information for a long time for example animals even with the tiniest brains can remember where the food is they can remember other individuals in their species or they can remember which foods are toxic and they remember this for a very long time however less important events that have little impact on survival are stored as short term memories and disappear very very quickly and this seems to apply to all animals on this planet accept humans and that is something you should know if you like this podcast and presumably you must because you've lasted all the way to the end of this episode do me a favor and tell someone else about at guess send them the link get them hooked i would appreciate it i'm mike or others thanks for listening today to something you should know.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WGTK

"Percent privolye next one good fifty seven forty great city in replacing block could parker's best game in the eye these have a good second happier over his last four games coming into tonight city had scored only six points and had 9 turnovers but he's played very well providers abroad by reverse layup not there court pick packaged rebounds propeller but he frontcourt right sideline out brought up her heart high left clubbing now to wire out front bench puts it on the deck wants off to chitty at the topright takes the past back to wire now goes to plan top of the circle wire trouble with a handle out front let's side the flooding left corner to chitty whose past failed by garrison right into the pillar of a bench peta said no chance of getting anywhere seven seconds on the shot clock number beneath somewhat to take it out of bounds separate hard go look lives it's the city of the left ankle rather clubbing now i through corbett cc left of the circle rainbow shot way off and the rebound pilecki thereby williams three back in for the panthers they get it's a walker he spins it at the paint for black the right all patted down away from him johnson got attack the air can't store loving with a rebound propeller comes to the offense event protects the ball still all the triple left side the corbett brought to chitty rightside everhard loaded with it see see their heads that are at a hard time that's his sixth with serious pick seven to go with died boits there's walker driving on wire with the lane let cornered a garrison in october forming missed the shot ripped out of their recap to pots right side of the laid out the johnson this three is off and flooding with a rebound fourth pillar but there's a long lead past the corporate the guy went with parker titi 'cause he was already down here we were the unelected cc wide open and relevant apply 18 lucas leader the night under thirteen minutes to go garrisons 3point shot vis airball reported by williams goes through concert his threes good propeller plane that's his post three second shot the second shot their for during lots of now with thirty eight threes made on the.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Their lives and not worry about their money look here you can find each of services we believe every retiree should spend more time adjoining life than worrying about their money calls today at 400 a one seven two seven two seven two seven we're here waiting to help you get two in three year entire retirement that number again is four seven two seven two seven two seven you know what i about a billion donna there's you put them through that the gps system which actually it's a plan it puts them on a path to actually get to a retirement plan at the end and be able to put it into practice as you're going yes the you could gps system actually works that real well and i am glad you brought that up is is in a talk point i the when they they were going through their their taxation because one of the pillars right did the goals that we can go through his hey how's your tax bracket where's this at what's your legacy dollars on the back end of this not just about social security but so securities a huge were so what do you think about taking social security which you're optimal place it's all in that gps yes because it's part of the process for planning for you that's a lot of peas isn't it although you're you're deilam he pop that's why i noticed i will house to the radio without pulling the current too far back wichita kabbah's what's that formula what's that formula to find that magic spy love your secrets odds dog about its wiz that magic sweet spot where i can have the most modern money coming in and still be able to spend almost all of it without having to give any back to uncle sam no do give me wrong i love my uncle just as much as you do have i don't have to give him any more money than i need to i'm not going to well if it doesn't reduce because it's going to reduce your benefits is going to reduce your income the more taxes you pay the more you going to reduce that's right you don't have to reduce your total net worth but you do have to be aware of what it is so let's give.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The football so they're going to have to do so were in a trail position with pence they get running out to the early fourteen nothing lead i died that's the college football week seven in the nfl is just around the corner all oklahoma just scored again there's been a touchdown best dear 35 to me seven seconds ago in a game so they had already gotten into field goal range and they were looking to stop them as kansas state was stacking the line the running back broker tackle and popped at outside just went around the corner and all the way into yen zone saw oklahoma is going to stay in the top ten with their win tonight overcame state now again and jodi mac could be put in is what in his mouth the way these two teams have mood the football i would not be surprised if dance they got a good kickoff return they're going to have to take it to the house would seven seconds left the titus up at oklahoma state does grabbed elite so plenty called football engage you ever figured it out when i come aboard for my two hours show we do something cousin done for the past eight hours and i'd stay kompong cost we get people on the line but they are stringers who are at the game coaches players after games and a light so it's like we don't use the telephones but we don't allow you the fan out there junk few public to put your two cents it it's all about those later contributing and door viewing liveaction icombined i bring the pizza back into it get the telephone lines open right away eight five five two one two for cbs on today's called football action or tomorrow xenova latching which seven in the national football league and i'm going to start with a simple question what dan's i just talked couple of fit opinions out there facts let you guys take the wherever you want and from time to time i will ask a specific question and i do want to do that today who's the best team in the national football league right now it's not as easy as one would think it surely not a slam dunk i know who i thought the best team in football the two or three best team were input ball before the year started a abc's certainly the.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"Like crying and then literally seven seconds ever that happen please one of his aides brown got a lockout that show must go on route you oughta do it yeah so yeah that it it it was in the show must go on the end of an you have a story that i witnessed that is kinda not exact like this but me and the aforementioned ozzie were at the tells you got a lot of fia andrei eta words for an osce say hi he's a real guy de souza deal so you will get was the tlc match the night after triple h tour squad right the a you guys didn't know you were going to do that in anaheim in anaheim and i'm from orange county i was in the audience how yeah we had a show of youth shangri meant to san jose san diego say yeah no knows must have been closed it was somewhere like i think he was in the sacramental yes san jose zazay was was and we had the match is being benoi verses triple agen austin nestled tripoli's blerta's squad the up so everything changed because the program was supposed to be me and austin for the title and then yeah chris and tripoli's splitting off right because service got her of the changes and fly to anaheim land at the airport and they say oh i go straight to the building have a thiel c which are very hard matches to put together they're complicating and a high spots lots of highspots lots a chain reaction of guys guys got up and because it was west coast and was alive show the show started at five pm so we landed the lake noon and had to do uh you know all live hours oh.

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"seven seconds" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"seven seconds" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Plan so this is the the last real big fees of implementing all the things that you have control over it and if you're if you're not keeping their eye on this before you retire if you don't actually hit to apply dan before you retire this is where the tax bombs really start setting in this is where these tends to get a a tragic for people because their their taxes raise unless you're aware of it give us a call at 401 seven two seven two seven two seven that's once again 401 seven two seven two seven two seven to get more information on just getting a written income plan to make sure that you understand how to turn on all of your phases of income what turns on in the gogo years what turns on the sloga years and how does it per long through the nogo years that's a really important and concept each minor on it i actually i want to go back to that point you are making a keeping an eye on the taxes it's important that while you're in your retirement years he even if you're not actively checking it every single day you should be handled conversation with your adviser especially what we do here during our dedication meetings with checking on your income and were also due in the calculation of meat sure that you're spending enough to not create a tax burden view later at age seventy and half we want to make sure that you required minimum distribution is being satisfied early enough so that you don't have a surprise later naya the surprises are awful it's the surpri network exactly all this i like a good surprised when they usually cake and punching things like that but when it's a surprise attacks bomb i'm all set you can keep that one yet many will i carol was in talking about surprises care was in last week and she's she's great she's been in retirement for some time now so she's going through a gogo years in it is actually just really appropriate at this time because during your gogo years she got crazy zia worth a bucket list and racked up some credit card debt which is is pretty common i mean it's not it's not something that.

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