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CDC to shorten COVID-19 quarantine to 10 days, 7 with test
"Guidelines reducing the number of days people should quarantine following exposure to the coronavirus. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The new recommendations come is the number of infections continues to skyrocket in the U. S. The agency says a standard 14 Day quarantine for people who might have been exposed to the coronavirus. Can potentially be sure into 10 war seven days. That's depending on test results and its symptoms. Under revised guidelines, the CDC CDC says says says Quarantine Quarantine Quarantine Quarantine needs needs needs needs to to to to last last last last only only only only 10 10 10 10 days days days days if if if if a a a a person person person person has has has has no no no no symptoms. symptoms. symptoms. symptoms. Another Another Another Another option option option option is is is is a a a a seven seven seven seven day day day day quarantine quarantine quarantine quarantine for for for for people people people people who who who who have have have have no no no no symptoms symptoms symptoms symptoms and then test negative. MPR's winter.
Washington DC recognized for expansive COVID testing
"The sea is being recognized for for its its aggressive aggressive covert covert testing testing program, program, Air Air Muriel Muriel Bowser Bowser says says today. today. The The district district has has recorded recorded the the highest highest seven seven day day average average per per capita capita rate rate nationwide. nationwide. Retesting has been available firehouses and other public sites across D C. District officials say residents are at most a 20 minute walk away from a testing site at last count, more than 701,000 tests have been completed. Since the pandemic
High Hospitalization Rates in Dallas Area May Prompt Greater COVID-19 Restrictions
"19 hospitalizations could bring more covert 19 restrictions to North Texas Governor Abbotts Executive order borders must close and other businesses reduced capacity to 50%. If the Kobe 19 hospitalization rate rate in in a a particular particular trauma trauma service service area area stays stays above above 15% 15% for for seven seven days, days, Dallas Dallas Any Any medical medical director director Phil Phil Wang Wang says says the the recent recent Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holiday combined with winter weather has doctors worried. We're starting out at a really high level to begin with. If trends continue, North Texas could hit that mark by the end of the week. Quite Nevil,
Dallas - State Mandated COVID-19 Restrictions Could Trigger Later This Week
"Covered 19 19 hospitalizations hospitalizations could bring could more bring covert more covert 19 19 restrictions restrictions to North to North Texas Texas Governor Governor Abbotts Abbotts Executive Executive order order borders borders must must close close and other and businesses other businesses reduced reduced capacity capacity to 50%. to 50%. If the If Kobe the Kobe 19 19 hospitalization hospitalization rate rate rate rate in in a a in in particular particular a a particular particular trauma trauma trauma trauma service service service service area area area area stays stays stays stays above above above above 15% 15% 15% 15% for for seven seven for for seven seven days, days, days, days, Dallas Dallas Dallas Dallas Any Any medical medical Any Any medical medical director director director director Phil Phil Phil Phil Wang Wang Wang Wang says says says says the the recent recent the the recent recent Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving Thanksgiving holiday holiday combined combined with winter with winter weather weather has has doctors doctors worried. worried. We're starting We're starting out out at a at really a really high level high level to begin to begin with. with. If trends If trends continue, continue, North North Texas Texas could hit could that hit that mark mark by by the end the of end the week. of the week. Quite Quite Nevil, Nevil,
Quarantine, COVID-19 Tests for State University of New York Students
"University of New York put out a new spring semester schedule today, which also includes a new requirement that students will have to take Cove. It tests come back negative and We We have have to to quarantine quarantine for for seven seven days days before before going going back back to to campus campus on on February February 1st. 1st. And And there there will will be be no no spring spring break. break. Students Students and and professors professors on on SUNY SUNY campus. campus. Is Is there there already already ending ending on on campus campus classes classes once once they they break break for for Thanksgiving, Thanksgiving, and and I I will will finish finish this this semester semester online online Well, Well, the the SUNY SUNY Oneonta Oneonta campus campus already already switched switched backto backto online online remote remote classes classes after an outbreak of covert cases earlier this semester, But overall Sunnis infection rate has been relatively low compared tto the state. 0.48% of their students tested positive this semester and lower than the New York State average.
Coronavirus: U.S. records 100,000 new cases in a single day, as Fauci had feared
"CBS CBS news news correspondent correspondent Lisa Lisa Matteo. Matteo. Now Now the the US US hits hits its its second second high high A A single single day day Cove Cove in in 19 19 tally tally to to date, date, recording recording more more than than 91,000 91,000 new new cases cases on on Tuesday. Tuesday. The The seven seven day day average of daily new cases now stands at more than 86,020% higher than last week. The New York Times reporting that Maine, Minnesota and Indiana set state records for new daily cases today, the number of people hospitalized has also reached new highs with the large Surges in the Midwest and Southwest. Lisa Matteo CBS News Yeah, and more drama surrounding the 40 Niners this week. KPK Sports
Mitigation restrictions to be announced for Chicago's suburban Cook County
"Another 4729 new corona virus cases today in 17 additional deaths that includes a male in his thirties statewide positivity rate is 6.3% Governor Pritzker will be announcing New Koven 19 Resurgence. Mitigation measures will be implemented in the Metro East Area and suburban Cook County Region, four has had a positivity rate of 8% or above for three consecutive days. Region. 10 10 has has had had eight eight straight straight days days of of increases increases in in test test positivity positivity and and seven seven days days straight straight of of increased increased hospital hospital admissions. admissions. He'll He'll provide provide
Back-to-back storms expected to hit U.S. next week
"People are bracing for two tropical storms forecast to to hit hit just just two two days days apart. apart. Mississippi Mississippi Governor Governor Tate Tate Reeves Reeves says says that that residents residents need need to to prepare prepare now now one one week week from from today today will will be be the the 15th 15th anniversary anniversary of of Hurricane Hurricane Katrina. Katrina. Getting Getting the the state state of of Mississippi Mississippi and and I I can can tell tell you you with with certainty. certainty. Seven Seven days days out, out, we we had had no no idea idea the the size size and and the the severity severity of of the the storm storm that was about to hit us. And meteorologists expect these storms to reach hurricane strength before they make landfall in the Gulf of Mexico.
Dallas County Reports 5,361 New COVID-19 Cases Sunday Due To Backlog
"Dallas County health officials reported 5361 confirmed cases of the Corona virus today, close to 5200 of which came from a backlog of reports from the State Health Department yesterday. A majority majority of of the the backlog backlog cases. cases. About About 3/4 3/4 of of them them were were from from tests tests conducted conducted in in July. July. The The new new numbers numbers drove drove the the county county seven seven day day average average of of newly newly reported reported cases, cases, up up from from 605. 605. The The 1251 1251 and and increased increased the the 14 14 day day average average from from 534 534 to to 880 880 cases. cases.
Dallas County Eclipses 50,000 COVID-19 Cases; 7-Day Average Lowest Since July 2
"Health officials reporting 10 more deaths due to covert 19 as of Saturday alone, with 614 new confirmed cases of the novel Corona virus. virus. Latest Latest Latest numbers numbers numbers below below below the the the county county county seven seven seven day day day average average average of of of 654 654 654 new new new cases cases cases per per per day, day, day, and and and that's that's that's the the the lowest lowest lowest it's it's it's been been been since since since July July July 2nd. 2nd. 2nd. The overall number of confirmed Kobe cases is now at 50,590. The 10 deaths bring the Dallas County death toll to 681. Over the last seven days, 77 people have died. Making it the second deadliest week in the county since the start of the pandemic.
Washington DC’s order to self-quarantine affects travelers from 27 states
"Virus cases begin to soar in some states. D C. Officials have declared a state of emergency requiring anyone traveling to or from some of the most high risk states to self quarantine. Upon returning to the distributing. Today, D C. Health officials and mayor Muriel Bowser will require anyone traveling for non essential purposes into D C from a higher estate to self quarantine for 14 days. High High risk risk means means states, states, where where the the seven seven day day moving moving average average of of daily daily new new covert covert 19 19 cases cases is is more more than than 10 10 per per 100,000 100,000 people. people. Those Those states states include include Delaware, Delaware, Florida, Florida, Georgia, North Carolina, Alabama, Arkansas. Travelers from these areas will have to stay in their residents or hotel and self monitor for symptoms. This list of states will be updated August 10th self quarantine requirements will be in effect until October 9th. For the full list of state's visit our website GOP dot com. Melissa how w. T O P. NIS,
Dallas Charity Launches Program to Feed Out of Work Hospitality Workers
"Restaurants restaurants here here in in Dallas Dallas working working Together Together to to serve serve free free food food to to people people who who have have lost lost their their job job because because of of covert covert 19 19 Carol Carol Davies Davies Allen Allen Sky Sky with with story. story. The The Texas Texas Restaurant Restaurant Association Association says says 700,000 700,000 people people have have lost lost jobs jobs at at restaurants restaurants across across the the state state since since the the covert covert 19 19 outbreaks outbreaks started, started, including including 250,000 250,000 in in North North Texas Texas alone. alone. That's That's a a lot lot of of folks folks and and not not all all of of them them are are able able to to get get unemployment. unemployment. Jacob Jacob Tendo Tendo was was one one of the of the organizers organizers of of the the 77 77 40 40 campaign, campaign, which which bought bought meals meals from from local local restaurants restaurants to to deliver deliver to to people people working working in in covert covert wars wars at at hospitals. hospitals. One One of those of those restaurants restaurants is is Chophouse Chophouse Berger Berger chief chief executive executive Nafi Nafi Salam Salam says says they're they're now now serving serving 200 200 meals meals a day, a day, seven seven days days a week a week at at their their location location in in downtown downtown Dallas Dallas for for free free people people laid laid off off from from jobs, jobs, restaurants, restaurants, bars bars and and hotels hotels in in the the business business of of serving serving and and company company people. people. 77 77 40. 40. Dallas Dallas is is using using a donation a donation from from the the investment investment firm firm Hope Hope Global Global Launch Launch the the community community kitchen. kitchen. And And it's it's taking taking donations donations now now to to try try to to expand expand the the kitchen kitchen to to other other parts parts of of North North Texas. Texas. We've We've gotta gotta link link at at kld kld dot dot com com
Coronavirus: Florida reports more than 10K new cases
"New cases of the Corona virus have been reported on Saturday, bringing the statewide totaled over 254,000 people. However, governor Rhonda Santa says regardless of the surge in new cases, one key factor is still still not not known known when when cases cases are are reported reported to to the the state. state. Now Now that's that's a a positive positive test test that that could could have have been been taken taken seven seven days days ago. ago. Eight Eight days days ago. ago. When When there's there's all all these these companies companies that do it, they report it. When that infection occurred is not even clear. Governor says. New drive through lanes for symptomatic people getting tested, We set up some testing sites as a way to speed up getting results. The head of Alicia
"seven seven days" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Lamp finale the former queen of mean comedy and now on the creative meaning i absolutely thrilled to announce my podcasts let me try help it's not exactly a comedy podcast not exactly a self help podcasts something in between new episodes weekly on apple podcasts podcast one dot com if you don't listen to blame yourself freer horrible life now back to your welcome with jail son is in lineker's situation to make a bad decision when your pass the ball would be to pull out of a fight it would be to not make way through the fight now you're now you're doing things were students at the ball and that's hard when other guys have interchangeable skills when you are one of the rare mutants who is standing out it's just a hard spot this isn't about lineker's it's were using let occur but the bigger point and make a bigger lesson here when you have one commodity to the business which is your performance and then you don't have an open mind and even in excitement about going out an performing you are now interchangeable and that's just the whole reality so very cold reality in when you worry decision maker in the business it can be very frustrating when you show up for work seven seven days a week riskin grinded out long days and then the people that you do that for the create an environment don't wanna show up when you're only gaskin show three times that could just be a frustration where that that car's gonna hit and you're gonna go then i gotta find somebody else there needs to be an excitement which there always is with in this space but over time it turns into a job the very first day somebody gets that phone call they signed that all my gosh they're excited they're gonna social media they're calling mom and dad up it's a celebration it's a great thing and then over time it feels like man i have to do this and i don't know if i wanna do this in that can be really tough when everybody else is involved there needs to be that genuine excitement you were not drafted the have to do this volunteer army you either want to do it or you do not and it could be a very off putting attitude if you are one of the people who does not want to do it when at the other end of business is up and comers who were doing anything at any time screaming from the roof tops fighting the dog parks sleeping on her friends so far bombing gas money to get to the gym because they would like that opportunity at some point you gotta make a tough decision to open up a spot and bring one of those guys and that hope that guy can keep their excitement can keep the one and the drive in the fire it's a very tough spot but the real lesson here i will tell you two guys who have stood out over the last very small period of time eighteen months fifteen months anthony smith and ben aspirin they had been given a lot of opportunities a lot the one thing with those guys do is win the phone rings they say yes and they're excited about the phone ringing they still have their passion they still enjoy the grind and the competition in the hustle any attention they enjoy the business in is very significant is a very significant the lessons and make sure that you're observing this you know i i have to pay a compliment to eight now mr john jones with the memo says the mind of the pima complement there is something very refreshing about the return of john jones and he said this before he fought alexander gusta sin he said i'm gonna fight gosh i wanna fight for more times this year anybody they wanna give me that i was really nice talk when john was doing it at a time when john really needed a friend when john really needed somebody to go out and go okay you're saying all the right stuff let's give you a chance but it didn't go away john as a matter of his work john told the fans he told his supporters is coaches the promotion i want to stay busy you pick their opponent burnham on anybody i like it to be a two and a
"seven seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"She said that she didn't like that Fiji water was using her image without consulting her paying her. They were doing cardboard cutouts cutouts of her holding these bottles of Fiji water. Well, Fiji water has filed back filed papers back saying that these claims are false that she's the one who materially breached the contract, which permitted the use of her likeness in Fiji ads. Look this woman was she had her fifteen minutes of fame. It wasn't enough. She had to bite the hand that hydrated her. Oh, boy and. And she just wanted to get ahead. And now she's messed with the wrong people and she's losing friends by like, they're they're they're dropping like flies. And now she's not going to have enough money. The I even by the water that she was endorsing sap bite the hand that hydrates. Number seven. The seventh son of the seventh. The government sector seven. Seven years. Seven. Seven days. Canada's for some reason a rich hotbed of news nuggets this week. This case guy named David Osman. Well, he says he now says it's German, and that's how you pronounce it Osman. Canadian license plate review committee will not allow David to put the name Osman on his license plate. Because it looks a lot like ask man from the popular Seinfeld episodes. You're now.
"seven seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"It is a sixteen foot pole with an adornment on the top. It's a giant hand flipping the middle finger, and it's directed straight towards his towns westwards develop in review board. He's been in a fight with town. Authorities over a garage he wants to build on his property says he's been put through the ringer by these people I'm sitting at a bar, and I say to my wife. Hey, I'm gonna get a statue made of a middle finger, and I'm gonna put it up on the lawn. Hate that. A statue. You told us about in Europe in Helsinki. Yes. Now in this case, they can't do anything. I mean, he's got to go through the town development review board to get the permit for his garage. But he doesn't have to have one for this. Because it's technically not a billboard. Because it doesn't advertise anything. It's just a giant f you to the Development Board. That's great. We get this guy on the show number seven. The seventh son of the seventh. The government sector seven. Drains seven seven days. Keith Richards once this once inhaled the ashes of his dead father what I heard. Yes. Yeah. I have a biography of his that. I have not cracked. Oh when you're done with it. I'd like to get my hands off to find a good read despite inspiring an industry of memes that celebrated his drug use Keith Keith Richards, says he.
"seven seven days" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Sandra? Welcome to the Jesus Christ show. Thank you. My question. Is there so often just this this morning someone called prayer urgently needed? And of course, I will pray for this person and their situation. But I don't know why. I mean, I know that my prayers are not I don't think they're going to influence. I don't believe God is going to say, oh, Sandra has prayed for this. Well, let's let's fix it for her. You know, I can pray for guidance. But God's gonna died people. I can pray for God to comfort them my children. So he'll but God's already comforting them. He's already got enough. So I don't know what the purpose of my prayers are. Okay, change God's mind. I don't think. No. Of course, not there's it's not some God's not sitting in heaven going. Oh my goodness. Okay. Sandra? Just nailed it. That's that's that's helpful. I did not know what to do. I know. It's not. That's not the case. However, there are things a couple things to be learned one. If you have children, and sometimes there's things that you can do around the house that are easier for you to do by yourself. But to share with them, whether it's cooking cleaning working in the garage gardening. Whatever it might be kids tend to make a mess takes longer to do it. But there's something about connecting with them in the process that is separate and special than the task at hand and God wants you to participate and by conversing with God and spending time with God it builds the relationship, so you're not helping God in the sense that God need your help. It's easier to do without you. But God loves you so much wants to participate. That's one factor. The second factor is that and I love using the analogies with parents and children because I think it's helpful for people understand God in apprentice role at times. But. When you take a child to the grocery store, all they want is the sugar, cereals and all the garbage, right? And they say I want this. I want that I want to I someone that. Now think of that as like a prayer. Child's praying in front of their parent. Mommy daddy. I want this knack. I want this serial. That's not. So the parent knows what the child wants. So the parent could give it to them. It's so the parent can use that opportunity to teach the child what they should be having. So when you pray even for someone else that listening and waiting for God's response is a way of learning about what God wants not God learning what you want. So there's the major difference and people get caught up in that what your doing is teaching God what you want and or need. And really it's about you saying it so God can either correct it or grant it. So that you know that you're wants are in line with the will of God. That's what it comes down to learning to be focused on the will of God, Sandra. That is the key. And there is nothing that's going to be said or done, it's gonna change God's mind. Even in scripture where people are praying and God says, okay, we'll check and see if there's, you know, ten good people in that land, I won't destroy when talking about Saddam income more. And it's like, oh, well, so really the God, which is looking to have his mind changed. No, God does the things he does or allows people ask questions, and I did this quite a lot in scripture as well. You'll see that I will ask questions of people whose faces on the coin things like that. It's not because I didn't know was facing on the coin. It's because I wanted you to think about the process and learn as well. The Jesus Christ will return in a moment to be a part of the show. Call in seven seven days. on the hour on the half. And when it breaks. I'm Rosie O.
"seven seven days" Discussed on New York Times - Popcast
"Like no i wanna walk and like every kid comes up like i'm gonna talk to these kids that's just not a kanye that i think any that i've spent a lot of time with and the people who know connie wino don't think that they've spent a lot of time with that kind yeah so i thought that was real and i think one of the challenges piece was basically convincing people that like writing it in a way where that came through in the piece that didn't seem overbearing and obviously you're not his doctor but you know you do have a quote in there where he says that he's now taking his medication and like seven seven seven days what he said and you know there were some people on twitter yesterday i saw like the new york times commenters right every new york times commenter which i think is a valid point which is like to everyone out there like it's not a sign of weakness to need to take medication like it's you know it's not something to brag about that you're not taking the medication that's all everybody is medicated very different shirts i never you know it's it's a it's a personal journey obviously but i wonder what you took away from being around him in with regards to his mental health and how he is either dealing with it or not dealing with it yeah i mean i'm generally pretty loath to speculate on mental health but in any himself speaks speaks about it i feel we can talk about it a little bit if you look at the konya immediately post hospital you know the trump is trump tower visit like those those initial public photos the early paparazzi photos of him i think we can all more or less agree that he doesn't look particularly well in any of those there's gladness there's a slowness there's just his doesn't look that well and of course my senses he was pretty heavily medicated at that time and i think like a lot of people who are in the process of taking meds for various psychological issues it's a move it is a moving target and i think he's trying to figure out what the right dosage is for him you know i'm assuming he told me the truth like for all i know he wasn't telling me maybe he wasn't maybe he did take a pill every day i saw him i don't know it's tough to say but he was he was even he was lucid there's a point in the piece where he's like you look in my eyes you see no sunk in place like i've been around anyway at various levels of emotional intensity and vibrancy this was a very different yet it was a fighting more subdued com genuinely looking at trees and being like i wanna be a treat like you know it's like a little bit like what but also for a guy who to say roberta furger used to be like i wanna be steve job right and i think he still does sure but i think he understands the ecosystem and you compared it directly to these air because you're qna with from these acerra was like that was like right around the sway interview right around like the the zane lowe stuff and the tim westwood when he was just really screen you know screaming everyone and he he did he scream at all when you're around one time we'll actually well he didn't screen but there was one time i don't think this made the piece but there's a a guy who is chicago guy who actually is the person who taught kannada perform and he's now sort of one when wyoming kind of like hang out names greg and greg is part of a duo called abstract mind state and yeah is producing record for them and he had asked greg to do something yes i see what you're doing so we're all we're all way in for that no shots at the right just producing a lot of people's ever come out i mean pay ibm into that for two weeks i would not register my descent there was a point where he had asked greg overnight i think from friday i was with them friday and saturday i think from friday and desire and ask right to like make some changes to the files and then he listened vials in the end made the.
"seven seven days" Discussed on Popcast
"Like no i wanna walk and like every kid comes up like i'm gonna talk to these kids that's just not a kanye that i think any that i've spent a lot of time with and the people who know candiate y no don't think that they've spent a lot of time with that so i've thought that was real and i think one of the challenges piece was basically convincing people that like writing it in a way where that came through in the piece that didn't seem overbearing and obviously you're not his doctor but you know you do have a quote in there where he says that he's not taking his medication and like seven seven days what he said and you know there were some people on twitter yesterday i saw like the new york times commenters rate every new york times commenter which i think is a valid point which is like to everyone out there like it's not a sign of weakness to need to take medication like it's you know it's not something to brag about that you're not taking the medication that's all everybody is medicated very different shirts whenever you know it's it's a it's a personal journey obviously but i wonder what you took away from being around him in with regards to his mental health and how he is either dealing with it or not dealing with it yeah i mean i'm generally pretty loath to speculate on mental health but in himself speaks speaks about it feel we can talk about it a little bit if you look at the konya immediately post hospital you know the trump is trump tower visit like those those initial public photos the early paparazzi photos of him i think we can all more or less agree that he doesn't look particularly well in any of those there's glassy nece there's a slowness there's just does his doesn't look that well and of course my sense is he was pretty heavily medicated at that time and i think like a lot of people who are in the process of taking meds for for various psychological issues it's a move it is a moving target i think he's trying to figure out what the right dosage is for him you know i'm assuming he told me the truth like for all i know he wasn't telling me maybe he wasn't maybe he did take a pill every day i saw him i don't know it's tough to say but he was he was even he was lucid there's a point in the piece where he's like you look in my eyes you see no sunken place like i've been around gonyea at various levels of emotional intensity and vibrancy this was a very different yet it was fighting more subdued com genuinely looking at trees and being like i wanna be a tree like you know it's like a little bit like what but also for a guy who say roberta furger i used to be like i wanna be steve job and i think he still does sure but i think he understands the ecosystem and you compared to directly to these air because you're cuna with from these acerra was like that was like right around the sway interview right around like the zane lowe stuff and tim westwood when he was just really screen you know screaming everyone and he he did he.
"seven seven days" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Especially in the business world and then we we just talk with the different ceo's about what challenges they're facing they usually right those issues up in aboard as they walk in the room and then we process each one of them and they just talk about the challenges that they're facing inevitably when somebody says this is the challenge that i'm facing somebody else at the table says i've been there i've done that a couple of other people are nodding going i happen to be in that same place right now i didn't say anything but i am too so it's it's huge it's really really great for the ceo keith i'd love to have some examples of things that ceo's talk about that's not a conversation that i've been in before ceo here so give give us an ceo's they sit down and talk what are they talking about you're the ceo of your own mike and i thank you fans oh a lot of times it's just about maybe their leadership team stepping up to the degree that they would like for them to to take over the business a lot of ceos i won't say complain but are tired because they're working twenty four seven seven days a week there's a lot of weight on their shoulders as the owner of the business android the sole person who's really takes ownership of the business and it's helpful for them if leadership can step up and take some of that degree of ownership as well so that's one thing we talk about another thing is simple financial things i wish i had more cash coming in or i wish i had more cash i wish i had more revenue how do we cut expenses and then it gets into things like you know my brotherinlaw's the cfo and he's not doing a very good job what do i do.
"seven seven days" Discussed on Cortex
"About forty minutes so the goal is like do forty minutes of work that put that is real work that pushes a project forward am aiming to do that like and every seven seven days do that like five days on average which here's the thing i know when i say that that it sounds like there's no amount of work being done but the interesting thing i can and what i've come across on this this conference in particular is like the reason we go to these things is it is valuable to interact with the people who are here and to do the events that are here and go to meetings while you're here and i'm so aware that taking out time to try to do exercise and to try to do real work you'd has to play off of taking time away from the very reason that we're here which in and of itself is a very valuable what related thing like it is networking it is meeting an that is stuff that helps to find new opportunities and strengthen current ones even finding like a solid hour every day to do work in can be tricky when there is all this other stuff going on which you wouldn't technically close as typical work right but there is depending on how you're approaching something like this there is a what benefit to it yeah like again thinking of last summer the things that got done like what i consider the real work no but they were super important and they're exactly that kind of thing like you never know what comes out of meetings you never know just like where conversations can go even if they don't pay off for like three years right or you just like you start establishing relationships with people it's a really valuable thing and it's just.
"seven seven days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Match surely here on computer talk larry pilots calling in from the new palatial details studios how're you doing larry i am doing well i'm over here sorting and straightening and kind of finish getting moved ready for business and being on the phone and so here's what i got to know if you're moving at tech company you just upload it all to the cloud and then downloaded again at your new location is that how that works that would be nice be and carried over and then no you guys have a lot of hardware right it's more like twenty seven straight days seven seven days a week ten twelve hours a day of hard work to set up move and all that we're kind of changing our footprint because we really are not a retail we're not and so we ran a big fifteen thousand square foot store and so we're in a nice business park over here off of you ridge and balboa concentrate on what we really do you know business networking wireless right yeah service networks because that's that's what we do we still have some customers that special order laptop rivers or even desktops we still do that but not really on a retail walk in we've been talking ten years about how computers are turning into vcr's or you know just come out of the items.
"seven seven days" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"Well i mean you could of course you shouldn't be crossing the road in at night in the dark where there's no crosswalk of course but this is where self driving cars should do better that light are those cameras can see in the dark they should have seen her and they didn't so people like brad templeton who i highly respect who's a thomas car critic but also supporter he's i've talked to brad for years about the future self driving vehicles are smarter and better and should cause fewer accidents in humans do but this one and it looks like the blame has to be placed at the feet of buber for not doing good job with their vision system i'll put a link in the show notes two brads website ideas dot the number four brad dot com because he has a pretty good article about this and changed my mind franklin more of the tech guy show still to come website tech guy labs dot com don't forget to visit their it's free it's open twenty four seven seven days a week you could search it and if you've got thoughts gestures leaf comments to love to hear those brads brad templeton is the thing is he's a strong advocate for self driving cars and i think his point is well taken that you know if they're going to succeed we got the companies that are making them have to pay attention and and do a better job.
"seven seven days" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"Us over and over again and it was like hunger games would go into a room and you come out and for people be missing and you'd be like what the hell and all of a sudden on the last day there was maybe like sixty of us and three of the original five we kind of win the room i and when we came out there was like ten people left and we were like i think we might have this job i think we might have it and the other two came in and it was chemistry oh wow was it so fun yes it was really fun did you have any episodes did you do we did eight okay did you do them concurrently because you i think i hear somewhere that it takes three days to do one guy seven seven days per person it's kind of five really because we have to prep days five days for us to really go in there and are you do you just do the one whole episode at a time or you prepping this guy prepping knack episode and so basically what they do is they give us a sheet of paper and it has little to no facts on it says like bill thirty two to you know his height his weight he's married and then they say you're going to meet him tomorrow so when you meet him after you go through his house and search everything you tell us what you want to do so the producers did not tell us you have to do this you have to do that it was sort of like you find out all the information how do they clear stuff what's so crazy to me because i know from doing a lot of reality shows you have to have places clear so if you said hey i want to take him to i don't know there's record store whatever now you gotta find a record store to clear in a day.
"seven seven days" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Instant pay started to nail are shed at all but i was very disappointed what they did last night the best way for damn cowboys to of showed unity not just has a team like unity in respect where the as a team and and the country as a whole should do what football players used to do once upon a time and now that's stand on the sidelines with their home it's on the left arm and their right hands across their hearts standing at attention for the national anthem not stretching on the sidelines not kneeling not doing whatever they want to do but just the old oldfashioned showing respect for the country the national anthem and the flag that would have been the best because even for political junkies like me across the country last thing you want to do during any sporting event hear anything about politics whatever the issue whatever the protest you want to get away from all that stuff that you can get twenty four seven seven days a week you want to escape and be entertained and and they miss the boat on that when they should just get the normal thing in in start to move on from this i i i think of jerry jones uh had his way completely and i know he's the owner of that's probably what are you what are you would have preferred uh but i guess the players were overwhelmingly saying we need to do something so i guess he fell from his perspective you didn't have much of a choice but to try to find a compromise the to appease the players and also trying to stay true to his belief that the national anthem should not be protested mortar phone calls in one minute right now and other trek on traffic this morning candy crews 47 even accident on northbound near real bravo that's blocking your left lane in sodas still schilling slowdown starting your highly forty seven and a crash on northbound.
"seven seven days" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino
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"seven seven days" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"President elect trump that they were not investigating so he did admit numerous times in this document that in fact he told the president in this case the president elect and then later as president that they were not invest getting him personally okay fair enough and he said he felt compelled to document this first conversation with the president elect in a memo to ensure accuracy he started taiping on his laptop and an fbi vehicle outside of trump tower the meaning the minute he walked out of the meeting and creating written records immediately after their one on one conversation since then he goes on to say that had not been my practice in the past any talks he didn't do it with with president obama why not why did donald trump in a cause him to do this anyway then he describes this dinner on january twenty seven seven days into his presidency an lien roman the white house in any way it turned out there seated there together and he describes that you know the president began by asking whether he wanted to stay at the fbi had cetera cetera anita ready assured him that he intended to and he said lots of people trump said wanted his job and given the abuse seed take and he would understand if he won to walk away now this is what colmey rights my instincts told me that the one on one setting and the pretence that this was our first discussion about my position meant the dinner was at least in part an effort to have me ask for my job and create.
"seven seven days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"On one conversations then he goes on to say that had not been my practice in the past any talks he didn't do it with with president obama why not why did donald trump in a cause him to do this anyway then he describes this dinner on january twenty seven seven days into his presidency and the green roman the white house in any way turned out there seeded there together and he describes that you know the president began by asking whether he wanted to stay the fbi had centred cetera anita radio shorted lady intended to and he said lots of people trump said wanted his job and given the abuse seed take any would understand if he wanted to walk away now this is what colmey rights my instincts told me that the one on one setting and the pretense that this was our first discussion about my position meant the dinner was at least in part an effort to have me ask for my job and create some sort of patronage relationship so that's what he went into this thinking that concern me greatly given the fbi's traditionally independent status in the executive branch i replied i love my work intend to this day and big because these set up made me uneasy added that i was not reliable and the way politicians use that word but he could always count on me the tell the truth and i added that i was not an anybody's side politically and could not be counted on an e traditional political sense as stands eyes said was in the best interest of the president after a few moments the president so by need loyalty i expect loyalty now the media has been fixated on this forever today now does loyalty mean that maybe he does want deep state leaking those loyalty mean that he wants fidelity to the law all those loyal i mean that he doesn't want him to be political i didn't move i didn't speak or changed my facial expression in any way during the awkward silence that followed we simply looked at each other's in silence.
"seven seven days" Discussed on WRVA
"To assure president elect trump that they were not investigating so he did admit numerous times in this document that in fact he told the president in this case the president elect and then later as president that they were not investigating him mm personally okay fair enough and he said he felt compelled to document this first conversation with the president elect in a memo to ensure accuracy he started taiping on his laptop and an fbi vehicle outside of trump tower the meaning the minute he walked out of the meeting and creating written records mmediately after their one on one conversations then he goes on to say that had not been my practice in the past and he talks he didn't do it with with president obama why not why did donald trump in a cause him to do this anyway then he describes this dinner on january twenty seven seven days into his presidency and the green room in the white house and anyway it turned out there seated there together and he describes that you know the president began by asking whether he wanted to stay at the fbi add cetera cetera anita ready assured him that he intended to and he said lots of people trump said wanted his job and given the abuse seed taken he would understand if he wanted to walk away now this is what colmey rights my instincts told me that the one on one setting and the pretence that this was our first discussion about my position meant the dinner was at least in part an effort to have me ask for my my job and create.
"seven seven days" Discussed on We Hate Movies
"It's two hours you can average the the time they open you get maybe like five to six showings on a screen per day so that's let's let's be safe and say ten times a day you're screening this movie for that yet so that seven seven days in a week so that seventy screenings that movie of those seventy screenings literally three of them one on like uh sunday afternoon and then like a parking tuesday and thursday were these totally sold out like women only screenings and everything older sold realistically salzare instantly and they were only going do wanna and then they they they added a couple more because it's all that so fast if you had such a problem with it there's also a what hundreds of theaters in the in in in new york and back office in private and anyone that doesn't want to see that because of an old screening wouldn't see the movie anyway you know what i mean i so then what you're not losing any business and the movie sort of watching i mean we didn't go to a female only screening but there were moments in the movie where i was like man if this was a theater full of women this would be getting a different reaction that matters that's important to women to be able to have that space and go see this movie that is important to women and be able to have that experience to be able to laugh at some staff and to be free nothing like this happened when we saw but you're hearing people saying the second wonderwoman comes out in noman'sland and she's wearing her uniform man started catcalling and hooting and hollering and that's gross and i don't wanna exactly and a few others you don't want to go and do that at a movie that you're excited about about a hero you grew up with.