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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

04:16 min | 4 months ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Poker Fraud Alert – Druff and Friends

"That's why it was kind of bizarre that he dropped the case like he did but that's what he did so we already got our ruling on in may that mike owes me twenty seven thousand dollars in attorney's fees attorney's fees and court costs. It's very likely that the same will be ruled. I don't know about the amount but at the same conclusion will be made in court. In fact it will be made the day before on the fifteenth and presented by the court and writing and then on the sixteenth. Mike and veronica's attorney mark. Mendoza can argue this out in court whether this is appropriate and they could try to convince the judge to change your mind either way but what the judge cannot do is say. The anti slapp would have likely prevailed but giving no attorney's fees because state law requires that if the anti-slapp motion prevails that reasonable attorney's fees must be granted that should be granted not a recommended to be granted but must be granted so she said this during my hearing with that guy saw on video about a you she said to mike. I have to award these attorneys fees by state law and that's correct so same thing here so he's gonna something is going to be awarded in less somehow. She determines that this anti-slapp had not dropped the case but given the mic. Drop the case. That really really makes it likely that it would have prevailed that just how california law works so since it's highly likely that it will be judged to have prevailed. It looks highly likely. The fees will be granted. They're asking for seventy eight thousand which is a lot a lot more than we asked for. Maybe they will get a lot less especially because there was a month delay by the court in deciding this this is supposed to be decided like a may nineteenth and now on june sixteenth it changed..

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U.S. Economy Added 559,000 Jobs in May

The Breakdown with NLW

01:21 min | 5 months ago

U.S. Economy Added 559,000 Jobs in May

"To date. We are asking the all important question who matters more to bitcoin the whales or the plebs first up. Let's do the brief. I on the brief today. We have the jobs report for may and it's kind of mixed news. Us employers added five hundred fifty nine thousand jobs last month which is less than expected but up from two hundred and seventy eight thousand in april but still down from march when seven hundred and eighty five thousand. Jobs were added. Mattielo zeti the chief economist. For which a bank said quote. It's the middle of the road report. It is disappointing relative to where we were a few months ago where we were anticipating. You could see a million plus type prints over these coming months. We've had to ratchet down our expectations. About what job. Gains are likely to be going forward and this should matter to you if you're in the bitcoin space because it has a meaningful impact on monetary policy going forward aggressive accommodative monetary policy has allowed stock valuations to rise as high as they are pushed people farther out on the risk curve a booming market featuring full employment and high inflation would force the fed to change those policies as rates rose stock prices and risk on assets in general could see a fall and bitcoin is enough of a macro asset. Now that it would likely be caught in some of that however the fed has signaled that until jobs are fully recovered degree much farther than this. They'll be keeping policies. The seem even at the cost of a little extra inflation

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U.S. economy added 559,000 jobs in May

The Indicator from Planet Money

00:57 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. economy added 559,000 jobs in May

"In may the. Us economy added five hundred and fifty nine thousand jobs while the unemployment rate fell to five point eight percent which is a huge improvement over last month when the economy added two hundred seventy eight thousand new jobs and everyone started panicking response to this report f. in pretty mixed so to figure out what to make of five hundred fifty nine thousand new jobs. We called julia pollock. She's a labor economist at ziprecruiter. When you open up these numbers like what went through your head. This report is kind of and there may may i know. But here's the weird part darrien history of jobs reports going all the way back to the nineteen thirties. The may jobs report are meth. May is one of the best all time. Jobs reports ever recorded in terms of the number of jobs added in one month. It's like in the top twenty. I like to hear it.

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COVID-19 pushed total US deaths beyond 3.3 million last year

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

COVID-19 pushed total US deaths beyond 3.3 million last year

"The U. S. death toll hit its highest level ever in twenty twenty with covert nineteen one of the leading causes the centers for disease control and prevention reports some three point three million people died in the U. S. last year this represents a sixteen percent increase in deaths from twenty nineteen CDC director Dr Rochelle Wilensky says heart disease and cancer with the leading causes of death but covert nineteen was next on the list with approximately three hundred seventy eight thousand corporate nineteen deaths accounting for roughly eleven percent of all deaths in the United States in twenty twenty death rates overall were highest among black people and American Indian and Alaska native people the covert nineteen death rate was highest among Hispanic people I'm Ben Thomas

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US jobless claims fall slightly to 793,000 with layoffs high

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 9 months ago

US jobless claims fall slightly to 793,000 with layoffs high

"The number of Americans filing for unemployment dropped slightly last week but well first time claims for jobless benefits were down at seven hundred ninety three thousand they remain evidence job cuts remain high the labor department report also revised its numbers from a week ago upward now showing eight hundred and twelve thousand applied for benefits for coronavirus infections erupted in the U. S. last March weekly applications for jobless aid had never topped seven hundred thousand even during the Great Recession and while new viral infections have slowed the jobs market remains tough with employers cutting one hundred and seventy eight thousand jobs over the past two months nearly ten million jobs remain lost to the pandemic Ben Thomas Washington

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TSLA is The Chosen One Says Morgan Stanley, Price Target to $810

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

05:29 min | 10 months ago

TSLA is The Chosen One Says Morgan Stanley, Price Target to $810

"Everybody rob power here and today. We're talking about a new note on tesla's stock from morgan stanley. They have increased their price targets significantly. Today after hours. We also have some news on the full. Self-driving beta report on monowai gross margins from china and some news that riven may be raising some more capital taking a look at the stock tussle. Today finished up zero point seven percent to seven hundred and thirty five dollars eleven cents that actually did trail the nasdaq which was up about one percent. But hereafter hours worth. Things have started to get more interesting. After morgan stanley released their updated tussle note. Tesla has jumped by about ten to fifteen dollars. One and a half two percent to read around seven hundred fifty dollars per share otherwise news on tesla was fairly light today. So we're gonna spend most of our time here looking at that note. And as i always say when we look at analyst notes a lot of this is just contextual and it gives us good jumping off points for discussion and things like this also gives us good perspective and insight into the kind of information. That's being circulated around the street. So right off the bat here. This morgan stanley note comes with a great headline. They title the no quote the chosen. One tesla industrializes internet of cars target two eight hundred and ten dollars and quote. That is a huge fifty percent increase over the previous price. Target of five hundred and forty dollars per share. They write quote. We update our forecasts and long-term assumptions. Following better-than-expected cue for deliveries sixty one percent year over year growth and five billion dollar capris raising twenty thirty volume to five point. Zero million units versus three point eight million and taking the price target two hundred ten dollars. Tesla is richly valued for a reason reiterate overweight and quote. Okay so what has changed. Here with morgan stanley's assumptions that has led to this fifty percent price targeted increase while they say they had better than expected volume this year. You four specifically. There's been a significant capillaries. And of course tesla was added to the s. and p. five hundred. So they beat morgan stanley's projection. They have risked and they've been added the s. and p. five hundred which has reduced the float effectively reducing the supply of tesla shares as for the actual changes to their model driving this higher price target. They say that quote the majority of the price target increase comes from the impact of our higher volume assumptions in our model and quote as i said they have increased their twenty thirty delivery forecast from three point. Eight million vehicles to five point two million vehicles and they say that they have now added to factories to their forecast for twenty thirty bringing their total tesla. Plant count to ten. I think that factory count is actually probably pretty close but that would only be you know. Five hundred eighty thousand vehicles per factory by twenty thirty. But it's become very clear. That tesla actually has ambitions of producing two million vehicles or so per factory per year. At least in the case of texas and dig your berlin shanghai. They've said one million plus so even just those factories plus fremont if can hit their production targets in those factories. Gets you to more than five. Point two million that jonas projecting here for twenty thirty as for their earlier year forecasts for twenty twenty one they have increased their projection from seven hundred seventy eight thousand previously now to seven hundred ninety two thousand and as a reminder just as recently as july they had actually been projecting just six hundred and twenty thousand four twenty twenty one so they've actually up that by about thirty percent in just the last six months for twenty twenty two the forecasting one point one five million. I'm not sure what that was previously for. Twenty twenty three. Then they are up from one point. Three five million previously now to one point seven million the fun thing about these increased volume targets from morgan stanley. Is that a few months ago. They did what they called. A great tesla rating. They started including things like mobility services as a recurring revenue from autonomy in their price target. So they're sort of having this ongoing opera moment this year. That as they now add vehicle volume into their forecast they now have to add additional services and revenue margin as well and that is where the game changes in terms of valuation for tusla. And the thing is you. Don't even need a fully autonomous robot taxi type of service to start adding that services revenue in when tesla's starts offering full self driving as a subscription. I think that is going to open a lot. Of analyst is to how tesla's business model is structured and will be increasingly structured going forward leveraging software. It's already easy to say. As i've said in the past that if you want to compare valuations show me another automaker that is selling a ten thousand dollar software option then we can make those comparisons but because that is all sort of right now lumped into the same revenue the same margin line on tussles earnings. People just aren't willing to recognize that yet as a separate line of business when tesla's starts offering full self driving a subscription even if they don't break that out on their earnings that forces a change in how analysts are forecasting and modeling tesla they have to start forecasting recurring high-margin revenue right. Now that's basically all just being pulled forward into that simple ten thousand dollar option which is great but it also makes it easier to ignore the other factor making it easier to ignore right now. Is that a big portion of that is still currently deferred revenue. So it's not actually showing up in earnings. But as tessa delivers more features this year less of that is going to be deferred tussles valuation in and of itself is playing a role here too because it has become so massive analysts have to cover this. They have to cover well. They're getting more and more resources to cover it. They're getting more and more questions as tesla's been added to the s. and p. five hundred those benchmarked funds managers. They need to know what to do with the stock so the coverage is just getting more and more intense and again because the evaluation hide they're going to be a lot of analysts running numbers sort of back testing against that valuation. Saying okay to justify this. This is what needs to happen for the company.

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US jobless claims up for 2nd straight week as virus worsens

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

US jobless claims up for 2nd straight week as virus worsens

"Another increase in the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits the labor department says seven hundred seventy eight thousand Americans filed jobless claims last week up thirty thousand from the week before and the second straight weekly increase the spike in virus cases is triggering fear is that the economy could suffer a double dip recession as states and cities reimpose restrictions on businesses possibly leading to more layoffs consumer confidence weakened in November as a result of lowered expectations for the coming six months my camp in Washington

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Illinois COVID 19 Update Today: IL reports 4,729 coronavirus Cases

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

Illinois COVID 19 Update Today: IL reports 4,729 coronavirus Cases

"Governor Jay Pritzker and Dr Go Zeke. I'm probably butchering their names, the director of the Illinois Department of Public Health also reported four thousand seven, hundred, twenty, nine, new cove nineteen cases Monday for a total of three, hundred, seventy, eight, thousand, nine, hundred, and eighty, five in the state since the pandemic began.

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Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Heat Shield to Ease Landings

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Mars Astronauts Could Tote Inflatable Heat Shield to Ease Landings

"The largest rover we've landed on Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters. The atmosphere of Mars, here's Josh Foti a thermal engineer at NASA Langley. Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land. A large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years, we're going through seventy, eight, thousand, ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area astronauts went to explore

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Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Day 2 at GOP convention: a first lady, a pardon, Pompeo

"There were few references to the corona virus pandemic at last night's Republican convention session in kill malattia trump took to the rose garden the First Lady focused on the virus early in her remarks I know many people anxious and some feel helpless I want you to know you're not alone and said her husband will not rest until he's taken care of all those affected as the U. S. death toll surged past one hundred seventy eight thousand but while she spoke neither the president nor most of those in the family and friends part of the rose garden wore masks and the seats were only about two feet apart Sager met Ghani Washington

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BRIAN'S ALIVE! - and he's going to release a new bedtime stories podcast

podnews

03:05 min | 1 year ago

BRIAN'S ALIVE! - and he's going to release a new bedtime stories podcast

"Boys Girls S Brian, blessed here with another bedtime story. Yes. Best known for playing Prince Voltaren in the Flash Gordon movie actor Brian Blessed is to do his first podcast at bedtime stories podcast. It'll be released early next month with UK Broadcaster Union Jack Radio Feud night sleep tight. Job led the Brian. Try, and digital has released their latest US podcast rancor. The top ten networks top five podcasts are unchanged. Total downloads were up one point one percent the rancor only measures participating published has. Bryant by letter poster. Super. Interesting and very technical pace about reporting ad impressions on podcasts. Particularly what's actually possible and how useful and IP address actually is sink floor, which offers music licensing for projects. Including podcasts has partners with Gio sovereigns, artist originals. Aj Feliciano has been named head of the Roost Roost Tapes podcast network congratulations to him, and if you help podcast is published their shows all work in support for a podcast host, you might have wanted. Is Google podcast getting this podcast feed from we wrote a Google podcasts are helper today designed to help answer that question at last you'll find links from our show notes and newsletter today. Thank you to for becoming fifteen thousand newsletter subscriber yesterday. That's a nice big number as seventy, eight, thousand, two, hundred, and five, which is the monthly users on our website and six. Thousand Eight, hundred, sixty, four. That's you. That is the amount of monthly listeners to our podcast that's exciting and thank you, and here's to the next fifteen thousand. That's celebrating fifteen thousand subscribers. With free pulled news laptop stickers, send your postal address today and the code word podcast to editor at Pod News. Dot Net I'll get some stickers out to you have to do it before eleven fifty, nine pm San Francisco time tonight. That's Friday August the twenty first and if you missed any of that, just hit the rewind button because that's how podcasts work you know. Anti podcast news the Parkinson's podcast from the Michael J. Fox Foundation has been relaunched as a monthly show presented by broadcaster Larry Gifford. Larry also presents when life gives you. Parkinson's a personal journey into the condition he was diagnosed with three years ago. This week he's a top man as well. Oxford road presents has launched a new series divided states of media launching in partnership with the National Institute. For civil discourse, it's focused on the current state of media against a backdrop of an increasingly polarized populous and the pod news podcast. is now available on Ghana. We linked to every podcast directory in and how to submit yours too, and

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NASA Developing Inflatable Heat Shield Technologies to Send Humans to Mars

Innovation Now

01:18 min | 1 year ago

NASA Developing Inflatable Heat Shield Technologies to Send Humans to Mars

"Largest rover we've landed on. Mars is about the size of a car, but sending humans to Mars will require a much bigger spacecraft, and that means new technologies to lend the payload. This is innovation now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas, emerging technologies, and the people behind the concepts that shape the future to land astronauts on Mars NASA is working on an inflatable heat shield that would take up less space in a rocket than a rigid heat shield, but still survive the intense heat as the spacecraft enters the atmosphere of Mars. Here's Josh Cody a thermal engineer at NASA Langley Research Center. It's an inflatable heat shield that is meant to safely land a large. Large payload at Mars someday, and that requires a flexible thermal protection system, flexible heat shield, and this technology had to be developed from scratch here in our intention is to apply technology and test methodology expertise that we've developed here at NASA Langley during last twelve or thirteen years. We're going through seventy, eight, thousand ninety different materials, and we're screening material combinations, and we're figuring out what works what doesn't this inflatable heat shield would expand and inflate before entering the atmosphere, allowing heavier spacecraft to approach the surface and land safely in an area, astronauts went to explore

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"On June twenty first the track has a capacity of seventy eight thousand they will allow up to five thousand fans to enter they will still have to adhere to social distancing guidelines driver Bubba Wallace says he wants all Confederate flags removed from NASCAR tracks he's the circuits only black full time driver WTMJ polygamy why dot com time saver traffic we do have a few crashes out there roads are a little bit sick of the rain coming in a crash on I. ninety four west at Wisconsin one seventy five the Miller park interchange there the crash on I. ninety four western Wisconsin one seventy five south in Miller park way getting closer to the market interchange it rests on I. forty three north at Wisconsin one forty five AM Fonda lack Avenue blocking the right lane all other travel times in the Milwaukee metro area are clear at this hour your WTMJ forecast tonight some thunder showers will end by midnight windy warm and humid low of sixty to tomorrow's gonna be partly cloudy breezy and warm afternoon showers likely in a high of seventy eight degrees I'm Kevin wells newsradio WTMJ America's consumer warrior teaching you to save more spend less and avoid getting ripped off he's Clark Howard.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Nearly seventy eight thousand confirmed cases that means we have to be flexible and honest about the fact that the timing and the details of these phases could change depending upon the track the virus takes as we go forward with public health metrics indicate that a particular sector industry is unexpectedly susceptible to spread them that specific industries we opening may be delayed to a later date we'll also have to revisit our opening of re opening approach if at any given time there's evidence of widespread community transmission or an unexpected new spiking cases because we will not only continue to test with significantly enhance our testing capability as we go forward obviously we hope that none of these setbacks occur but as we see around the globe there are no guarantees when it comes to dealing with covert and our ability to move forward through these phases depends almost entirely on everybody playing their roles face covering staying at home when you feel sick washing your hands using hand sanitizer staying six feet away from others whenever possible and how well everybody else does these things and others will determine how we move forward and how successful we are people here done a tremendous job under some very difficult decisions and circumstances and we have in fact flatten the curve but to keep moving forward everybody must continue to keep it up we'll have additional information in the coming days about which industries and activities will open in each phase based on the trajectory of the public health data it's incredibly difficult to plan for a future well we don't really have real certainties about how this particular virus moves and relates an axe across time will also continue to work with our neighboring states to collaborate on the re opening strategy as a small New England state it's important to remember that we exchange information and ideas with other eastern states to be consistent and unified wherever it makes sense members of the governor's office in our cabinet continue to work with the eastern state coalition and much of their input is woven into our re.

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Washington DC, Destination DC and Tourism Partners Discuss Importance of Recovery Plans Once Travel is Safe

Rush Limbaugh

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Washington DC, Destination DC and Tourism Partners Discuss Importance of Recovery Plans Once Travel is Safe

"With restaurants and hotels hanging on by a thread in the DC convention center set up as a temporary hospital do the coronavirus met the mayor today announcing steps to try to safely revive the tourism industry a portent part of planning for recovery is thinking about how we safely bring these industries back online DC mayor Muriel Bowser noting the lost revenue for the city won't destination DC had Elliot Ferguson notes this industry employs over seventy eight thousand people in jobs supported in Washington DC destination days he's setting up guidelines to encourage tourists to return seventy one percent of American travels travelers surveyed said they're ready to get out there again there the news traveling they're tired of being at home

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The state reopened ceda determines dates that means that as we see the numbers unfold we can have a better idea of the specific time table for our restart some shaking importer Rico a five point five magnitude earthquake off the coast this morning there was no tsunami threat north Korean dictator Kim Jong moon reportedly making his first public appearance in weeks pictures and video from cutting the ribbon at the opening of a fertilizer plant north of Pyongyang Kim has not been seen in public since April eleventh there were rumors swirling about his health you're listening to ABC news Arizona state KTA are on air ninety two three FM online A. T. T. A. R. dot com and streaming live on the KTAR news app your breaking news and traffic hello to one give really give me you know here's our top story the latest coronavirus numbers out today from the Arizona department of health services there are now eight thousand three hundred sixty four positive coronavirus cases in the state that's an increase of four hundred and two cases since Friday eighteen more deaths reported three hundred forty eight Arizonans have now died from the virus in the state the number of test also increased by more than thirty one hundred close to seventy eight thousand Arizonans now have been tested for covert nineteen and dozens of seniors at one Bally nurturing home have tested positive for covert twenty nine residents remain isolated.

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Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

"The first reported covert nineteen death in the U. S. came February twenty ninth at a Washington state health officials in California now say to people with the virus died February sixth and seventeenth Johns Hopkins university's running tally shows more than thirteen hundred virus that's in California among more than forty five thousand in the U. S. as more states and countries like Germany Denmark and France start easing virus restrictions health officials continue warning relaxing stay at home orders too fast could lead to another search of a virus that has killed more than one hundred seventy eight thousand around the world though the vast majority who get the virus recover Sager make ani Washington

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Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

"The corona virus was circulating in the U. S. weeks earlier than previously thought the first reported cobit nineteen death in the U. S. came February twenty ninth at a Washington state health officials in California now say to people with the virus died February sixth and seventeenth Johns Hopkins university's running tally shows more than thirteen hundred virus that's in California among more than forty five thousand in the U. S. as more states and countries like Germany Denmark and France start easing virus restrictions health officials continue warning relaxing stay at home orders too fast could lead to another search of a virus that has killed more than one hundred seventy eight thousand around the world though the vast majority who get the virus recover Sager make ani Washington

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Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

"The restrictions corona virus are also was being circulating eased in in Denmark the U. S. and weeks Austria earlier and than France previously thought long lines built the first up outside reported cobit the few nineteen McDonald's death in drive the U. S. throughs came February serving twenty customers ninth again at a Washington there's state been growing impatience health of officials the virus in California related shutdowns now say to that people have seen tens with the virus of millions died of people lose February their jobs sixth but even and in areas seventeenth where restrictions on Johns getting Hopkins that the university's uncertainties running remain tally shows Spain more than thirteen one of the hundred world's worst virus hit that's countries in California is grappling among with more how than to forty allow children five thousand out of their in homes the U. S. for the as first more time states in nearly six and weeks countries although like some Germany of former Denmark bars hot spots and France like Italy start Spain easing China virus and restrictions New York have health seen officials a reduction continue in deaths warning and relaxing hospitalizations stay at home other orders areas too fast like Asia Singapore could lead to facing another a resurgence search of of cases a virus that I'm has Charles killed more de than Ledesma one hundred seventy eight thousand around the world though the vast majority who get the virus recover Sager make ani Washington

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Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Virus was circulating in U.S. weeks before previously thought

"The restrictions corona virus are also was being circulating eased in in Denmark the U. S. and weeks Austria earlier and than France previously thought long lines built the first up outside reported cobit the few nineteen McDonald's death in drive the U. S. throughs came February serving twenty customers ninth again at a Washington there's state been growing impatience health of officials the virus in California related shutdowns now say to that people have seen tens with the virus of millions died of people lose February their jobs sixth but even and in areas seventeenth where restrictions on Johns getting Hopkins that the university's uncertainties running remain tally shows Spain more than thirteen one of the hundred world's worst virus hit that's countries in California is grappling among with more how than to forty allow children five thousand out of their in homes the U. S. for the as first more time states in nearly six and weeks countries although like some Germany of former Denmark bars hot spots and France like Italy start Spain easing China virus and restrictions New York have health seen officials a reduction continue in deaths warning and relaxing hospitalizations stay at home other orders areas too fast like Asia Singapore could lead to facing another a resurgence search of of cases a virus that I'm has Charles killed more de than Ledesma one hundred seventy eight thousand around the world though the vast majority who get the virus recover Sager make ani Washington

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"To seventy eight thousand four hundred sixty seven governor Murphy announced the new numbers at his daily press briefing three hundred twenty three more people have died from corona virus complications and that raises the state's death toll to three thousand eight hundred forty Murphy says more than eight thousand people remain hospitalized with one thousand nine hundred sixty one in critical condition and one thousand five hundred ninety four on ventilators but seven hundred eighty seven more patients have been discharged from hospitals a Middletown emergency response worker is one who passed away due to a coronavirus Robert Webber was a member of the Middletown first aid and rescue squad according to a Facebook post by the Monmouth County sheriff's office to honor Weber well off will also following a social distancing guidelines a procession of cars driven by first responders was organized Thursday night governor Murphy is urging residents to remain vigilant in complying with the tough state home restrictions and I'm practicing social distancing and in an unexpected announcement Murphy says the state attorney general's office will begin issuing temporary emergency licenses to foreign licensed physicians to work in New Jersey to help fight the virus you're being advised to end the virus biases numbers in the state continue to show the virus affecting a bigger share of the African American community New Jersey hospital association president Kathy Bennett Cisco but nineteen is not targeting any specific race or ethnicity based on genetic make up that's what we're saying help the virus enter place as it spreads and where you have communities that have been disadvantaged historically that this communities are suffering disproportionately canelo stigma to inform reality the White House is defending a Passover trip by president trump's daughter Ivanka trump national golf club in Bedminster despite stayed home orders in New Jersey and DC Ivanka her husband Jared Kushner and their three children arrived at the club April eighth to celebrate the first night of Passover a statement in the White House said the immediate family stated the closed down facility considered to be a family home a practice social does hissing and she was working remotely her travel was not commercial founded.

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New York governor Cuomo orders hospitals to increase capacity by 50%

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

01:03 min | 1 year ago

New York governor Cuomo orders hospitals to increase capacity by 50%

"Than forty. Three Thousand Corona virus cases have been confirmed in the US at the time of this recording though experts say the true number is much higher yesterday. Saw the first day where more than one hundred people died in the US. In a single twenty hour period the focus continues to be on New York City New York State. Where the governor is requiring hospitals to increase capacity by at least fifty percent. New York state saw a one day increase of nearly five thousand cases bringing the total to twenty one thousand six hundred eighty nine cases in the state as of Monday night and I went to continue to make note of two things from the New York and New York City numbers. New York State has now done seventy eight thousand tests. The state is approaching the per capita testing numbers of the entire country of Korea and the demographics in New York continued to be concerning fifty. Eight percent of confirmed cases in the state are under the age of fifty forty. Six percent of cases in the state are aged eighteen to forty four

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State Dept. advises reconsidering South Korea trips: A guide to coronavirus travel warnings

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

State Dept. advises reconsidering South Korea trips: A guide to coronavirus travel warnings

"It's got UCF university of Miami and FIU recommending changes schools released memos advising students and staff to avoid nonessential travel to areas like China South Korea and Italy U. M. says anyone who does travel to those countries is required to self identify upon return and may have to self quarantine for fourteen days FIAU even suspending its study abroad programs to areas like Italy Singapore Japan South Korea and China and the number of confirmed cases of corona virus has now surpassed AT two thousand worldwide as of this morning the database at Johns Hopkins University put the number eighty two thousand one hundred seventy with over seventy eight thousand of those cases in mainland China The New York Times says forty seven countries are now reporting cases of coronavirus on every continent except

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I mean are these concern not enough is known about corona virus and its spread say American passengers who've been quarantined onboard cruise ships with people who tested positive are not welcome real judge in California has temporarily blocked the U. S. government from allowing up to fifty vacuum lease to move into the southern California city of Costa mesa in Orange County local officials there argued the federal plan didn't explain how the community will be protected from the virus a hearing is scheduled for this case on Monday an Alabama plan to relocate quarantine Americans to the city of Anniston was met with outrage from state officials and congressmen but still in the there had been suggested yesterday as a place to house evacuees from the diamond princess cruise ship but just about a few hours ago local officials told residents in a tense county council meeting that that's not going to happen fox is Christina Coleman Austria meantime banning vehicle and train traffic into and out of Italy which has seen a sudden spike in corona virus cases about one hundred fifty there now along with three gas affected communities on lockdown with the military and armed police enforcing that quarantine South Korea which has hundreds of new cases issuing a red alert there are roughly seventy eight thousand confirmed cases in at least twenty nine countries now he finished third in yesterday's Nevada caucuses behind Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden people do judge concerned about how the early votes were counted asking party officials to review them requesting a break down the vadas Democratic Party responding mayor Pete needs to request a recount and there is another democratic debate this Tuesday ahead of south Carolina's primary on Saturday fifty four delegates fox news Lara Logan is back the award.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Then we continue with our American stories in our next story comes from a man whose YouTube videos are followed by hundreds of thousands of viewers of all ages and he simply known as the history guy in nineteen sixty six an SR seventy one blackbird disintegrated and seventy eight thousand feet the pilots first thought was quote no one could live through what just happened therefore I must be dead here is the mystery guy with the story of the SR seventy one blackbird disintegrating at altitudes unknown to most men there's an old airplane story this call the alley speed Jack know something like that so a pilot of a single engine Cessna called the Los Angeles area control center in its first be check points know how fast it's going in the centre tells of he's going about ninety not immediately there after another pilot someone and say a twin engine Beechcraft friend make fun of how slow the Cessna goes past first be checking the centre tells me he's going around a hundred and twenty one knots but almost immediately thereafter another voice chimes in and this is a navy pilot who's flying at an F. eighteen fighter jet that he doesn't really need to know how fast he's going he's got an air speed indicator inside its cockpit he just trying to prove to everybody out there on the frequency that he's going to be as bad as fast as the world control those system Beechcraft owners how fast are playing really flies in the only sinner reviews back that he's going to an impressive six hundred and twenty knots can you think that would be enough to win this little contest.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"I I'm not wasting my calories or not now you know it was a good thing though because I would eat the whole and she got like the cosco size and I would eat the whole damn thing but I didn't because they were the men and I don't you know how I feel about G. verses well then she just say do some say me probably seventy eight thousand calories nice really nice and I appreciate her for that will do blogs got me on Monday I have a radio song battle after seven the inbox and waiting by the phone all coming up on do you ring the bell the memories of everything we've been through to the to the June's bring the memories and the memories is it with news day thing this is the only thing of a bring back all the memories and the memories is it this it is did you know the memories of the memories better than the these are the radio with running in our diaries I status updates a column blog six fifty an eight fifty your blog and so I had a nice weekend on Friday night my daughter her school and her choir formed out this Greenlee planking I'm not gonna say the name of the organism or the charity is about ready to just them but at this extremely swanky fundraiser like black tie chancy down rich rich so there's like ten like ten kids in this choir my daughter singing all of us parents are there they wouldn't let us watch our kids saying because we didn't have a ticket to this event and like could even go in and take a picture real quick like they're like security guards we were the riffraff and I'd like I was like wow I thought so I don't know what is you have to do then they put us in some room like down the hall where we had to sit and wait like we did they just assume that not everybody would want to pay the price of the ticket and get dressed up and do all of that but I don't I don't know what you're talking about but I mean it was only performing for twenty minutes so they were supposed to just let everyone else is in like.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:09 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Come that all range I I kind of forgot you know hate to let down the warriors gonna do that to the writers pretty bad okay I gotta look one of these guys in the eyes the like I was going to I think now we wanted to share your Friday out front as you know the celebration hospital there was a you should know that's is the directorial yeah you got to let me in that direction I wasn't at the it is brought to you by west automotive group bill how plumbing heating air National City mile cars and Walter internet and sinners are so you can donate now on seven six two Kevin dot com or you can declare your filiation without kind of right now I have do well that let laughs that last part it sounded like you said that if they just seven six given a com is where you want to donate yeah but I heard something about if you did it I've seen too because I was moving on to the next seven I had another marijuana sorry bout story I don't pay attention give up it's something else I was gonna do to Santa do before this more of the house Judiciary wasn't that first employment to ask you to keep an eye out for Hank Johnson who's on this committee thank Johnson I believe if you were a cowboy hat no no sounds like it no no not far from Hank Johnson I think is the dumbest person in America I think that's another to officially wise you know those ranking sometimes you fall in and out of different ranking jazz you know kind of college rankings are most to have fun best city to retire in yeah best beaches that's going on is number one to number four yeah fallout Hank Johnson sometimes number ones and as he's like over six yeah he's it because of George he's going to talk about Guam tipping over all the bad guys so he yeah it's cool cause he's on he's still a congressman really yes and he's on this Judiciary Committee which you know is going to be in charge of two piece of president I'd states yeah the guy thinks qualm could could tip over you know if you put too many troops on one side of it well yeah I mean obviously yeah you wouldn't want to I mean one table runners on first the weight yeah properly yeah but I'm thinking I've got all the troops on one yeah one side do you remember the great island tipping of in nineteen eighty four yeah when that happened if he doesn't yeah the beer remember on that island dept so we've learned yet was horrific yeah my free and the fallout the tidal wave yeah they're durable so we make sure we don't do that go on and he was sure to ask the general if that was a concert and I'll never get the generals that we don't anticipate that happening hi guys I mean that's a great that's it on the gentleman is one of the top double star generals and he's got to deal with this shark that's gonna truthful I was going to tip the island over and he had to keep a straight face and say Sir we don't we don't deserve it that's a much better guy than any other ones that works here station man that's good anyway when he talks no yeah all the time and let me know customer when a store in again and so is an actual story Kobe lease your a broke into a woman's apartment is getting our teacher broke into her apartment and beat her to death a minor subplot the murder was Muslim and the woman was Jewish and just I get a tiny little everything he was courting crime verses as he was being but other than I need to do that let's start okay now he had to defend he has two defenses for murder in this woman first he said I felt persecuted when I saw the Torah and a chandelier in her home it is a good Jewish chandelier something is a like a which is like a chandeliers any chandelier when I saw the Torah and a chandelier in our home I thought oppressed okay so that's the first one is I I would I felt oppressed by her second offense he was high on marijuana and was quote suffering from a psychotic episode notice suffering so she's the victim in the center and therefore when it was not aware of his actions he's claiming he was the victim here because he was oppressed and he was suffering from a psychotic episode got it that's right because this is the guy who beat the woman killed her but he's the GM is the fact so the marijuana part is what I want to focus on so the the woman's lawyer says you're saying that people can walk free after carrying out criminal action just because they were allegedly not aware of the effects of drugs or other substances well there's also played a drunk drivers who kill shelter on the road no that is not crazy twelve I want murder a woman even psychotic episode and then and now pretty crazy but I thought marijuana was safe and wonderful and medicinal and never caused any psychosis in people's always wonderful great but I don't know I know earlier I can about bias they could tell the hour with confirmation by that is what I was overlooked underappreciated forces in our lives but certainly in politics it pretty much drives everything to all the time so this is another zero point because it's about reality and how we keep getting tricked by the media on who the presidential front runners on front ours are I I I I'm hope disappear thing is going exactly as we suspected it would just a total dot total flop could put a backfire on Democrats on by to specifically address gonna come out all the stronger this is so stupid I cable this of doing it all these for different offences them either the Ford about a more about a more officers sorry we're second second string second batch of Allah then you wouldn't know it what it was you who is getting hurt by the media these days still you are you're only getting tricked by the media about a pizza if you want to that's it so if you want if you want to be tricked by me we yesterday we talked about not letting the media dictate the speed of your life this is why reading SO import reading books books Jerry they read books but my dad's favorite quote from Simon Bizarro absurd when Alain that the Bizarro Jerry Kramer and George and she said they read Gerry he goes I read thanks Jerry they write books well books slows you down when you read a book it slows you down reading tweets speed you up books loaded down with books are part sure so many quotes from people like madis who matter specifically said one of the biggest problems with the decision makers in the world today is that they don't take time to think I don't don't take time to think I'll never forget we talked to this guy who wrote a book you talk to every chief of staff every living chief of staff and he said the vehicle to the most important job of a chief of staff is to schedule time for the president to think you can't you can't think of your go go go go go all the time and the media just makes us all wound up wound up all the time France is on Monday I had this great opening week segment planned and Eric in the middle of it chimed in all you got to shift to Chicago alive call live service on all the TV's central I just won't be up in the show never recovered it was it was twelve oaks the old nine and that was that was it kill the shop right there well I'm sure that the walls were closing in and that was going to be the the acts that came down to that was the most fun the okay put it to him yeah no it wasn't and never will be meeting his wound up so we got to reject that we also have to reject their projections when it comes to who they think is winning in the polls and who they think is gonna be expressing who's the front runner all stuff forget about that listen to it at all you think we learn our lesson after the twenty sixteen polls but just stop with it how much I would be to do with call Harris that lifted her up for it everywhere they all got their cycles right but how much excitement to the media I have around Kabul Heris almost as much as they had around Bechtel Rourke but I guy forgot even ran jot down a couple weeks ago so Chris Cillizza and Harry Enten so chrysalis is a bad media guide CNN the blurb presidential media and Harry Enten is senior political writer and analyst for the website five thirty eight the data crunching website and senior writer and analyst for CNN politics all right Eric you got that is going to drive me nuts from whichever there is the senior writer and analyst for CNN dot your not by the way I'm not senior writer and analyst for CNN this guy is this is a fifty one weeks ago so just under a year ago I'm aroused about TV direct TV is a fifty one weeks ago these are their power rankings number one Kamel Harris never to battle rocking they had do you believe in the back one that three Joe Biden number for Cory Booker Cory Booker who does not even on the debate stage this coming research the matter days before he's out to and by his foot failing everyday as well who are these clowns making these predictions and where else can you be paid a lot of money to be wrong all the time how to get that job yes sign me up read the wrong all the time and still be the senior analyst for CNN politics they hire someone who is right ever the person would be a god amongst children they actually called me a prediction accurately right while the thought are gonna thank you to all that's just maddening and yeah I know that it's just more of the same yeah okay so the average person wants to seventy eight thousand hours of TV Jim played in is there in a life time seventy thousand so still matter seventy eight thousand hours divided by let's say how many hours you awake as the big fifteen hours there is a fifteen productive hours in your day or whatever so divided by fifteen and then divide that by days I can't be right how to figure out how many days people spend watching.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm interested in the should be Silverado Z. seventy one the four wheel drive and I've got a two thousand eleven during the war to seventy eight thousand miles on it sure to their you're right it forever get rid of it at this point us in the book does just curious about what your overall opinion of that vehicle is and maybe quarter engines are available in the past the problem is there's no bad trucks anymore I mean when when Ramree did to their truck for twenty nineteen and it was already good they took everything to a new level Ford builds great truck the immune they've been the number one seller for forty three straight years and you don't do that you don't do that not building of your truck and I love the Chevrolet there are things about it and I own a GMC so even though I was a Ford dealer for a lot of years our GMC sure certain things about it yeah sure your gym say that a loved one of them's the interior I think it's got a softer ride I think it's did did I love the way the dashes laid out on the on the new Chevys and their four wheel drive that's a seventy one great package what do you use this truck for well I'm retired marine selection to carry a lot of stuff and not my wife's a nurse you can retire soon we're gonna move to a brown wood it'll be cool in a twenty foot car hauler trailer with much you cute corvette and we're gonna buy a boat like eighteen foot bayliner nothing not a big huge boats with the five point three that's a great engine been been a great engine for many many years it'll pull both those things it watch your rear end ratio get a three fifty five the only by talking to a three fifteen or three thirty one give a three fifty five your catcher if it feels on me just slightly but it allow you to pull both of both that boat and the trailer with ease and if you get the wrong order and you can put too much strain on the five point three so I'd go with it I think you're on the right track if you don't find a great deal there in Lubbock then let's get you to Dallas to classic Chevrolet in grapevine right by the airport that is the number one Chevy dealer in America the stock three thousand additional lives every single day two more things to tell you one don't get bayliner I've been there done that if you're gonna get about get about but don't get a byline they're just they're just so just delicious if the Walmart of boat and then also on Thursday mornings okay file there in Lubbock seven thirty five I'm with the Dave king and Matt Martin every Thursday.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Seventy eight thousand two hundred non farm jobs some of the biggest gains in July were in education and health services construction and manufacturing all of the financial activities and information sectors lost jobs Donnie G. KNSD news I'm Gregg Paul Kane S. T. A. M. seven ninety two sons most stimulating talk did you know that over ninety percent of male enhancement pills are virtually the same thing that's repackaged re done over and over again why settle for the same old product when you get something completely different something that takes male enhancement into the twenty first century something that really works mad you need to try knocks a drill the all natural male enhancement formula that will unlock your performance in the bedroom to a level you can only dream of try to imagine **** on steroids knocks a chill is so powerful that's why it took years for it to finally become available to the public without a prescription so call now and take advantage of our special Knox central free bottle offer today yeah we recommend that you use the Knox central does as directed think of your partner we certainly don't want you to over perform in the bedroom call now and find out how to get a free bottle of natural while supplies last call one eight hundred nine nine two nine one three OO free bottles for a limited time so call now eight hundred nine nine two nine one three OO eight hundred nine nine to ninety one thirty this is an on the S. more I play football for the Philadelphia Eagles what I do off the field with United Way might be more important I'm a volunteer tutor and mentor why because over million kids a year drop out of school and it's not okay it takes twelve years to create a graduate about the same time to create a drop them and the difference between a child becoming one of the other could be me could be you studies show if we get to these kids earlier their chances are better and kids to read well by third grade are more likely to graduate so join me and United.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Months now I save my parking tickets later with the paid for one's right like you're paid till noon and then I just kind of hide the state down into my window and I use them I just got one yesterday here's how the sliding scale on fines would work like in Finland in two thousand fifteen they actually handed finish businessman a seventy eight thousand dollars fourteen miles per hour above the speed limit million so they're like whatever seventy eight thousand dollars okay the man is like by the way a hundred feet is actually a B. percentage wise that's what it would cost to him he's got enough money a lot of money so thanks to the fear of getting a massive fine Finland now has the lowest rates of traffic violations in the world everybody goes the speed limit that why wouldn't you advocates for the scale find system say another benefit is that when a rich person gets a huge fine for a ticket it's a boost to the economy yeah if somebody seventy eight thousand dollars it's going to help out a lot yeah some people argue that the government should at least put a cap on the size of the fine so they don't get to astronomical for super wealthy people bother say too bad if you don't want the fine don't do the crime yeah I feel like too bad if you're gonna do a percentage wise you can't put a cap okay I got to defend the rich people I'm gonna buy a Ferrari right I'm gonna.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Just as I suspected the president is using this opportunity to cast the Democrat party as all like the a famous for or the Fantastic Four as I like to call them because they are just they're they're they're perfectly they're they're made for Donald Trump that's all I can say and anybody who thinks that they are going to emerge from the sun skate or that the Democrats are doing themselves any kind of service by surrounding these four of the socialist unamerican and don't don't get on I don't have to make excuses for what I'm saying I can validate what I'm saying these are women who don't believe in capitalism these are women who believe that their victims by virtue of their race by virtue of their gender by virtue of their religious faith or lack of religious faith they are constantly playing the race card playing the victim card playing the woman card and guess what most of us out here in America we went out fine you're in Congress you're making a hundred seventy eight thousand dollars a year we don't have a whole lot of sympathy for you particularly since not much is get the main case you haven't noticed they can eat up an entire day today an entire day because this vote won't even take place until tonight they eat up an entire day ripping the president up over some tweets I did not elect you know Ted Deutch to do that I don't think A. O. C. is a constituency elected her to do that now you know the other the other two proceeded to lead to and and and ill hunt no more I don't know what their constituents selected them for a you know to to mystery to me but I I certainly don't think that the liberals in Massachusetts knew what they were getting into with Arianna Presley maybe they did but it looks to me as though they might have been caught with the quite aware of what was going to happen as she throws in with these three this is grandstanding of the worst kind at a time when my country has suppressing issues some real problems you know if you don't think that the southern border is a crisis like some of these Democrats were saying for you know I don't know two years more well then you are an idiot so therefore I believe some of these people who we've elected to Congress a bona fide idiots because they've decided that anything to work get at a Donald Trump including spend an entire day waste an entire day on something that most Americans or not at all inclined to was support them on just not here we're tired of being called racist we're tired of being called Xena folks we're tired of being told that we don't treat women right you know by other women I know that this country affords more opportunity than just about any country to women to minorities to allowing people to practice their faith you know freedom of religion doesn't need freedom from religion yeah I'm free to worship in my church I'm free to wear a a crucifix around my neck I relish those freedoms trust me if I were in Somalia could wear this necklace if I were in the Palestinian territory I wouldn't be allowed to you know speak Hebrew yeah the these are the most amazingly despotic countries that their heritage Klay.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Drugs. Kill seventy eight thousand Americans a year and choristers society in excess of seven hundred billion dollars heroin alone kills three hundred Americans a week ninety percent of which comes across our southern border. We can stop heroin illegal immigration reduces wages and strange public services for lack of border control provide J gateway. Very wide and open gateway for criminals and gang members to enter the United States, including the criminal aliens who murdered a brave California police officer only a day after Christmas I've gotten to know and love angel moms dads and family. Lost loved ones to people illegally in our country. I want this to end it's gotta end. Now, these are not talking points. These are the heartbreaking realities that are hurting innocent precious human beings every single day. On both sides of the border as a candidate for president. I promised I would fix this crisis. And I intend to keep that promise. One way or the other our immigration system should be the subject of pride. Not a source of shame. As it is all over the world our immigration system.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Saw stock prices double after the dot com bust, and I have written extensively about the current bowl. The longest in history which began nearly ten years ago in March of two thousand and nine so what does he learned? Here's the headline timing the market isn't easy. Just as the pros say. It's truly says nobody has a crystal ball to help them predict the future and market warning signals, which are clearly visible only in retrospect never seem to flash as brightly in real time. He goes on. I learned the hard way I've never been able to time the stock market with any success. And if I'm totally honest after screwing up once back in two thousand and ten I never tried it again. So here's a pundit who writes about the stock market on a daily basis for ten years, and he figured he could time the market didn't do it successfully. And now he goes on to talk about his biggest mistake, quote was getting out of the market in the early stages of the current bull market. Oh, you didn't them. Yes. He did. This is someone that follows the stock market every single day for the last decade or two and he got out of the market just as the market was starting to rally. Here's what he said. On may seventh two thousand and ten a day after the frightening flash crash sent the Dow spiraling down nearly a thousand points in minutes for no apparent reason. I took the advice of a Wall Street strategist who said publicly there's no reason to feel bad or guilty about taking profits on a seventy percent gain which was the size of the market game. At that time after the bear market ended in two thousand nine so he hung in for a year and a couple months, then he moved. He says seventy eight thousand dollars invested in stocks and his 4._0._1._K to cash the problem is and you saw this common. He never moved the money back into the market. The financial pain. He goes on a being out of the market was sizeable on the day. I went to cash the Dow Jones industrial average closed at ten thousand three eighty on October third twenty eighteen the Dow notched a record high close up twenty six thousand eight twenty eight missed out on one hundred and fifty eight and a half percent gain costing me one hundred twenty thousand one hundred twenty three thousand in lost upside. The takeaway market pros are one hundred percent, right. When they say timing the market requires to correct decisions when to get out and when to get in. So what to do about this? What is his recommendation? What is my recommendation? That's all next when we come back. Make sure you stick around for more of the one talk show in America. You must dune into because you can miss a minute or two, and you may miss a lot. Kind of like a football game eagle? Evil. Field. Double bounce off. Unbelievable. Come into this new year for savings on everything you need to cut the clutter and start fresh. Gig your entire home in order with up to twenty five percent.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"From prescription to usage to mortality exactly, and they're probably they don't need to d- to be the identify after mortality when you're dead. You're not prime. Any more K? So they did this study. So what they've done their four arms to the study. They came and took patients who are on Sufen Lereah twelve thousand patients. Okay. And they matched them to twelve thousand people without the Beatty's. Okay. Same pharmacies same doctors controlling for some other things. And of course, the people in sulfonate Maria had higher mortality than their control. You know? Right. Doubles. Of course, they had to be taking this oftener diabetes. So that's okay. Then they took seventy eight thousand people on myth for me and seventy eight thousand people who were non diabetic again matching them and the seventy eight thousand on metformin was met form in mono therapy monotherapy first line, right? And they watch their mortality so just to. Underline again, the people on metformin had diabetes control didn't have there are more bee's than the control. They also have more diseases than the control, but they had significant less mortality seventeen percent less mortality. In the mid forming group, and you know, the sulphonate Maria group was okay. So if you get less mortality with metformin when the setup is diabetes that really shows that mitt forming has a very important affect in Newman's as far as aging. What was the median dose of metformin in those populations? They were over thousand milligrams. That's it just a thousand milligrams. They intended more, but the average was about fifty meter about you know, I don't just fifteen hundred. Yeah. No thousand Manhattan story. They. This is a discussion there. I don't think they really could volley date the dose because an elegant thing to do if you have seventy eight thousand in your database is now stratified does. Absolutely. They taking five hundred thousand fifteen hundred two thousand they couldn't do that. And I really cannot answer you if you can get back to the data or not, I really don't know. The does the does which came from other studies. But you know, that's not the only thing we know about mid form that what was the what was the time course of that. By the way, do you know how years five years more tougher five years exposure to metformin or five years of prospective mortality following? No. It's will it's all it was all prospective study. Okay. It was all perspective study when they started. Okay. They went back. They looked at everybody on it for me. I'm asking is do we know how long the needed to be on metformin to achieve the Begnaud? We don't know. Okay. So we followed them for five years of mortality in a prospective cohort. But they could have been on metformin for five years or twenty five years. We don't know. No. It's newly it's newly prescribed for me. They were not more though. So we have normalized by duration. Lutely, absolutely, no. They haven't been on. It's forming before those are newly diagnosed type two diabetes so to near that's a pretty to be blunt goddamn staggering result. So my metformin moment nowhere near as dramatic as yours. Be basically came out of a research project. I did with two analysts in two thousand thirteen and I don't even remember what prompted the question. But there is a question we had internally about what was the benefit of metformin. Oh, now, I remember the quest. The question was was the relationship between hyperinsulinemia and breast cancer. This was the question we wanted to ask and as we dug and Doug, and Doug, and Doug and Doug something kept hitting us over the head over and over and over and over again, which was with or without diabetes with or without obesity with or without hyperinsulinemia any way you slice and dice the data of.

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"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"seventy eight thousand" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Sales. Nicki Menaj is the number to our country when eighty five thousand units and seventy eight thousand of her albums from traditional sales Muslim. Nicki Menaj again. Queen to me is a good body of work. I have slight. Critique like, I probably would have shortened it to just twelve songs. I also would like to hear a little more growth, Nikki when it comes to her content. But I still think in my opinion acquainted a good body of work. And it's a good body of work has sold on hundred eighty five thousand dollars in his first week. I think that's more than respectable. I think that's a win when Nikki Managua, ladies and gentlemen is a sore winner. And it's very very ready to come across a sore. Winner would Nikki is wanted him. Nikki responded to the news of her having a number two album in the country by tweeting Travis sold over fifty thousand of these by fifty thousand of these she means merchandise right with no requirement of redeeming the album with no dates for torch cetera. I spoke to him. He knows he doesn't have the number one album this week. I love my fans for the number one album in America. Now when she says she talking about tall passes merchandise. What is she talking about is anybody know? Mercy. I think they if you buy the t shirt or whatever maybe also get. Loves merchant. He bought some of the got married comes with the album, whatever. It was undecided telling Nikki, no Travis does not no he doesn't have the number one album in the country because we are all looking at the same numbers. You are. He has the number one album in the country. Okay. You have the number two album in the country. I right. He sold towards and five thousand you sold one hundred and eighty five thousand I don't care what bundles came with the album. So what if Travis Scott sold merch without Matori passes wooded album last time, I checked Nikki you bundled concert tickets with Joe album too. So really trying to see what is the issue here. Okay. Let's look at everyone. Nikki blamed for being numbered to all right? She blamed Travis Scott. Selling merchandise? She blamed Kylie Jennifer tweet nearby. Travis guy, Tom she blames stormy shoot low baby. Daddy, happens to be Travis Scott, and he made she blames spider five and putting drink on every platelets proclaim. Spotify told her they would have to teach her a lesson for playing her music ten minutes early on apple radio. Nicki Menaj, you a blaming everyone. Like you lost something you have watched too much talent at Talladega nights. Because this quote has to be stuck in your brain your laugh, but I'm telling you. That's not true. Okay. It's okay. You put out a good by your work, and you sold one hundred and eighty five thousand records. Why are you being winter nothing? You're doing is Queen. I mean, okay. Let's just say, you know, let's just say all these people are to blame for you have the number two. In the country. Okay. Well, who's to blame for you? Having a number two album in two thousand fifteen pig debuted at number two with two hundred and forty four thousand albums sold. Okay. I don't remember her trivial being number two. So what's the problem now and this hour Queen is better than meeting the pink print? So the most important thing is you put out a good body of work because nobody was canceling you because they wanted to go from the game people were saying, he just wasn't feeling you musically anymore. So the hey, you back musically is all I ever wanted to have the number two album in the country is cool. Okay. I just want to know why you don't think this is okay. This is your second consecutive number two album. It's the second biggest debut week from a female wrapping in two thousand eighteen behind Cardi B's invasion of privacy, the meltdown you had on social media wasn't warranty. Because you one. Ball out there who are in my mentioned right now ready to slam to me all day forgiving, Nikki dog day. How about take apple title, take it.

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